Shamari Brooks Has Chance To Become Tulsa's Second All-Time Leading Rusher

Sunday, December 19th 2021, 7:12 pm

MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina -

The Golden Hurricane's are less than 24 hours away from their matchup with Old Dominion in the Myrtle Beach Bowl and a former Green Country prep star could make history in the game.

Tulsa running back Shamari Brooks has been the running back that Head Coach Philip Montgomery dreamed of having ever since he was recruited as a junior from Union High School.

On Monday, Brooks has the chance to end his time with Tulsa as the second all-time leading rusher.

One final time, in a stadium with his same last name, Brooks hopes to grab the 30-yard record and much more on Monday.