When Alabama ran up and down the field against Notre Dame in the 2013 National Championship game, there were certainly a plethora of Alabama players that stood out but none may have looked more unstoppable than Eddie Lacy. The bruising Crimson Tide running back rushed for 140 yards on just 20 carries and a touchdown while adding another receiving touchdown on his way to being named...
Packers Running Backs: The team invested a second round pick two years ago and it paid off with Offensive Rookie of the Year honors for former Crimson Tide player Eddie Lacy. Lacy followed up his successful rookie campaign with a very good year in 2014. His rushing stats were almost identical to 2013 but his pass catching ability was highlighted to a larger degree in an effort...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Eddie Lacy was playing football one day in middle school when a classmate of his made a move out of the backfield and shouted "L.T.," as in LaDainian Tomlinson. At the time, Tomlinson was in the prime of his career with back-to-back seasons of 1,600-plus rushing yards and 32 combined touchdowns. Anyone who had any knowledge of the NFL knew who Tomlinson was. Lacy...
Prior to the 2013 BCS Championship Game that saw Manti Te’o and Notre Dame face off against A.J. McCarron, Eddie Lacy, and Alabama, many felt the game wouldn’t be much of a contest. And they were right. The Crimson Tide rolled over the Fighting Irish, putting up over 500 yards of offense on the way […]
When the Packers drafted Alabama S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Thursday night, you gotta imagine that he and Sophomore RB Eddie Lacy were thinking the same thing. The duo, who won two national championships during their two seasons (2011-2012) together with the Crimson Tide, are known to have had a solid relationship during their college days, something Clinton-Dix confirmed during a recent...
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