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I’m going with ‘Bama in this game. I like Trent Richardson, and I like the home crowd. This game is going to be one of the best college football games we’ve seen in a long time. For the bettors, roll with the UNDER.
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When the Alabama Crimson Tide take on the LSU Tigers on Saturday there will be plenty of draft prospects to watch, but all eyes in the scouting community will be on Trent Richardson.
Richardson has already proven himself to be an elite college running back, but LSU represents the closest thing to an NFL defense he’ll face before meeting the real thing. He is a solid 1st-round prospect...
Alabama's Trent Richardson is by far the finest running back in college football today. Richardson is much more exciting to watch than Stanford's Andrew Luck. There are just too many QBs being considered for this year's Heisman Trophy.
University of Alabama running back Trent Richardson (3) is stripped of the ball by Louisiana State University safeties Brandon Taylor (15) and Karnell Hatcher during the first quarter of their NCAA football game in Baton Rouge, Louisiana November 6, 2010. REUTERS/Sean Gardner (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
If you can figure out which two of my picks below will win and...
First half done, and for me this has been the defensive clinic of the century.
At the half – LSU and Alabama are tied at three. While many complain about the offense, or lack thereof, this – my friends – is how football should be played. Two great teams. Two great coaching staffs. Trading shot after shot, a chess match.
With the two teams entering the locker...
In certain weeks it is hard to narrow down the game of the week in college football, but this time it is very easy as #1 LSU goes on the road to Tuscaloosa to take on #2 Alabama.
Not since 2006, has the number one and number two ranked teams in the nation played each other in the regular season (excludes conference championship games), so this type of game doesn’t happen often...
As this season moves forward, it seems that the candidates are falling by the wayside. Part of being an outstanding player is being consistent, so it makes sense that the cream rises to the top as the season approaches the final third. Here is my Week 9 ballot:
1. Andrew Luck QB Stanford - Luck faced his first real test of the season against USC. It looked like he would...