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Trent Richardson Alabama’s home finale was all about Richardson as the Crimson Tide defense wasn’t quite up to par, leaving Richardson’s three touchdowns to be the key to another Alabama victory. Richardson ran for 175 yards against a very game Georgia Southern team in Tuscaloosa to once again prove he (along with Wisconsin’s Monte Ball) is among the the nation’s best running backs. Is Richardson, however, good enough to warrant a Heisman trophy this season? The running back may only get one more chance to prove his worth, however, if the Crimson Tide are unable to make their way to the SEC championship game. Either way, it will be integral for Richardson to perform well against Auburn next week in the Iron Bowl to leave voters with a good final impression. Case Keenum It wasn’t Keenum’s arm or Houston’s offense that shined for the Cougars on Saturday, although Keenum did set the FBS all-time record for completions. Instead it was Houston’s defense that shined Saturday against SMU,...
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