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Jake Coker's Ultimate Redemption Story Is What College Football Is All About

GLENDALE, Ariz. — As the celebration started making the transition from the confetti-filled field to the smoke-filled locker room at University of Phoenix Stadium, Alabama offensive ...

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O.J. Howard Wins 2016 College Football National Championship Offensive MVP

The 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship Game featured the Heisman Trophy winner in Alabama Crimson Tide running back Derrick Henry and a Heisman Trophy finalist in Clemson Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson...

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The Legend of Derrick Henry Grows with Record-Setting National Title Performance

Barring a surprise, Alabama's 2016 national championship win over Clemson in Arizona was likely running back Derrick Henry's last game in a Crimson Tide uniform. The 6'3", 242-pound monster who towered over former 'Bama running back Mark Ingram Jr..

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Alabama's O.J. Howard Finally Meets Potential, Has NFL Draft Scouts Salivating

All eyes were on Alabama running back and 2015 Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry in the College Football Playoff National Championship against Clemson on Monday night in Glendale, ...

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Derrick Henry Breaks Shaun Alexander's Alabama Career Rushing Record

Alabama Crimson Tide running back Derrick Henry set the program's career rushing record Monday night with a two-yard run in the third quarter of the College Football Playoff National Championship Game...

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The Too-Early Look: Arkansas Quarterbacks

FAYETTEVILLE - It’s never too early to begin thinking about next football season.
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Trip to Missouri looms large for basketball Hogs

FAYETTEVILLE - There are not many people left in Columbia, Missouri, with whom Mike Anderson has a close relationship. At least, not in the Missouri basketball program. There are some. Old friends in the administration and athletic department and whatnot, they’re around. But all of the players Anderson recruited or had on the team during his five-year stay as coach of the Tigers are gone.
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