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Topic - Eddie Lacy
The Packers are banking on another former Alabama star to give their team a boost.
Peyton Manning made his fifth MVP award a family affair.
Alfred Morris has been snubbed in the Pro Bowl selections so far but he has one more chance to make the trip to Hawaii.
Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy will replace Adrian Peterson at the Pro Bowl later this month.
The buffet line is open again for the Packers' offense with Aaron Rodgers back.
Alabama's dominance once again carried over to the NFL draft.
Alabama tailback Eddie Lacy, cornerback Dee Milliner and right tackle D.J. Fluker are entering the NFL draft after helping lead the Crimson Tide to a second straight national title.
If BCS championship game star Eddie Lacy declares for the NFL draft, Alabama fans needn't worry about any drop-off in the running game next season.
Eddie Lacy romped through Notre Dame's defense with power and his favorite move.
When Alabama's first-team offense came off the field for the final time in the BCS championship game, center Barrett Jones skipped toward the bench like a 302-pound schoolboy, waving his arms toward the cheering Crimson Tide fans.
Manti Te'o stood perfectly still as he took a long look at one of the giant video screens in Sun Life Stadium, studying the replay of an Alabama touchdown.
The Tide sure did roll.
Eddie Lacy, AJ McCarron and the No. 2 Crimson Tide rolled top-ranked Notre Dame 42-14 for the BCS championship Monday night, locking up a second straight national title and third in four years with another laugher of a title game.
The Tide sure did roll.
Eddie Lacy romped through Notre Dame's defense with power and his favorite spin move.
"We didn't take our foot off the gas," Lacy said. "We kept playing in the fourth quarter."
"There is a lot more pressure, but that is what we like," running back Eddie Lacy said. "You come to Alabama to be in situations like this and play in games like this."