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Trent Richardson for Heisman

I’m a college football fan, and a Alabama fan, but I’ve never made the case for an Alabama player being worth of the Heisman trophy. It is not decided yet, but in my opinion Trent Richardson is the most deserving candidate at the moment.
The Heisman trophy is awarded to “most outstanding player in collegiate
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Boise State is BS

I’m still reeling from a day of college football (the drinking has nothing to do with it…). Alabama tried to give me a heart attack, but yet again showed the ability to win. This game was quite unsettling because yes, Alabama was playing the #10 team at Arkansas (about as tough a scenario as you
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College football preview: SEC

College football preview: SEC
Alabama
Last season: 14-0, 8-0 in SEC; defeated Florida 32-13 in SEC Championship game; defeated Texas 37-21 in BCS National Championship game
Returning starters: 8 on offense, 2 on defense, 0 on special teams
Rising star: Trent Richardson made the most of his opportunities backing up Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram. Richardson rushed for 751
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Conference Expansion: The Impact on College Football

The world of college football is a interesting place. A lot of sports have their share of crazy fans and pageantry, but college football has both a rich history (with many programs dating back to the 1800s), pageantry, and a level of loyalty that is unparalleled for a amateur sport. To see crowds of up
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So what if it’s the off season? College (American) football update!

I’m a huge college football fan, so just bear with me…
Michigan announced their own punishment for their NCAA violations. Michigan admitted to violations, but only saw fit to dock themselves a total of 130 practice hours and two quality-control staffers. In the world of the NCAA, which likes taking away wins, bowl eligibility, and scholarships
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