TAMPA, FL - SEPTEMBER 24: Running back Dalvin Cook #4 of the Florida State Seminoles heads to the end zone for a touchdown against the South Florida Bulls during the 1st quarter at Raymond James Stadium on September 24, 2016 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Jason Behnken / Getty Images)

Dalvin Cook regains form against USF, rushes for career-high yards

I don't think he's injured.

Dalvin Cook had undoubtedly been hearing the rumors that he might be injured as an excuse for his poor play to begin the season. He did not look like his electric and explosive self. That was, until he met the USF Bulls and ran absolutely wild. He ended up with a career-high rushing yards with 267.

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Cook had a ridiculous 75-yard run to start the offense going for FSU that ended with a touchdown and he got another on the ground as well. He also finished with 329 yards from scrimmage —- 62 yards on receptions —- which was also a career-high. It was the third 200-yard game for him on the ground and it was the second-highest single-game rushing total in school history.