September 4, 2015
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - The San Francisco 49ers are putting their offense in the hands of rookie running back Glen Coffee.
The third-round draft pick will carry the load in the team's power rushing attack the next few weeks with regular starter Frank Gore out with an ankle injury.
The 49ers say they won't change a thing in their offensive approach with Gore sidelined, and that means Coffee can expect to handle the football on a regular basis.
Coffee had 25 carries for 54 yards during last week's loss in Minnesota after replacing Gore, who was injured on his first carry
of the game.
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