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Desmond Howard's opinion on an Alabama-Ohio State matchup might not make him any friends at ESPN

For a network that is often accused of having an SEC bias it sure is hard to find someone, anyone, that thinks Alabama is better than Ohio State over at ESPN. 115 more words

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Joey Galloway says there are two teams in the top four Bama couldn't beat

ESPN analyst Joey Galloway hasn’t been the biggest fan of the Tide this season. He hasn’t straight up hated on Alabama, but he has been critical of some aspects of the Tide’s play. 146 more words

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ESPN analyst, former Big Ten great explains why this team is his pick for best in SEC

Former first round-pick turned college football analyst Joey Galloway knows greatness when he sees it as few wide receivers could pose as a bigger matchup problem than heĀ at nearly six foot with a faster 40-time than most running backs. 118 more words

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Joey Galloway's Sexist Joke On ESPN's 'College Football Live' Did Not Go Over Well

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Thursday’s edition of College Football Live on ESPN featured a discussion about whether LSU running back Leonard Fournette should sit out next season to preserve his health for his NFL career, which, in all likelihood, will begin in a few years. 218 more words

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ESPN's Joey Galloway compares playing college football to sharing the road with women

This is one of those classic “don’t go there” moments. During Thursday’s broadcast of ESPN’s “College Football Live,” analysts Joey Galloway and Trevor Matich were discussing whether or not LSU running back Leonard Fournette should sit out the 2016 season to avoid injury and uphold his high NFL Draft stock. 209 more words

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Will Kam be to Seattle as Emmitt was to Dallas?

The 0-2 Seahawks have an 11 percent chance to make the playoffs and a 1 percent chance to win the Super Bowl, history says (just three of 204 teams that started 0-2 have done it since the playoffs expanded in 1990). 394 more words

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