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Heisman Trophy odds for 2017 released

Quarterbacks have come to dominate the Heisman Trophy conversation.

Since the new millennium, only two non-quarterbacks have won the award. One of them was Reggie Bush, so technically only one non-quarterback has won the award and the forgot to hold a ceremony in 2005. 232 more words


Top 10 Heisman Candidates For 2017

Lamar Jackson will enter the 2017 season looking to do what only one college football player has ever done. That is the tall task of repeating as the Heisman Trophy winner. 164 more words

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ESPN 30 for 30 Shorts: The Throwback (2016)

Directed by Erin Leyden

With the college football season now over (sorry, this debuted in December around the Heisman Trophy presentation, but just getting around to it now), the sports world will begin to turn focus on the upcoming baseball season while the NHL and NBA start their stretch runs to the playoffs. 383 more words


"Pick Play" For the National Championship

On Monday, the college football National Championship game was played between the #1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide and #2 ranked Clemson Tigers. Clemson and Alabama played for the National Championship game last year and Alabama won 45-40. 479 more words


Letter to a Hero: Thank You, Deshaun

A year ago, almost to the day, I watched in very real despair as confetti fell on the Alabama Crimson Tide yet again. They had just defeated the Clemson Tigers 45-40 to earn the title of National Champions. 1,461 more words

Rashaan Salaam's death ruled a suicide

An autopsy has ruled the death of former Colorado star running back and 1994 Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam a suicide, according to ESPN.com. Salaam’s body was found in a parking garage earlier this month in Boulder, Colorado. 180 more words


Autopsy shows Rashaan Salaam shot self in head

Former Colorado football star Rashaan Salaam fatally shot himself in the head Dec. 5 after getting intoxicated with alcohol and marijuana, according to the autopsy report released Thursday by the Boulder County coroner in Colorado. 533 more words

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