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Because Heisman winner Sam Bradford and Texas stud Colt McCoy opted to stay in school for another year, this Georgia quarterback is the obvious choice to go first overall in the NFL Draft.
The soon-to-be 40-year old signed with the New Jersey Devils last week and scored in his debut. He would have looked great in a Caps sweater.
Crazy Al still can’t figure out who will be his next coach in Oakland, further tarnishing his reputation. At this point, he might as well stick with interim coach Tom Cable.
Never heard of him? College basketball fans know that he’s the sophomore point guard for top-ranked Wake Forest, which hosts Virginia Tech tonight. He averages 21.4 points a game.
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