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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Matt Kalil
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Andrew Luck to the Colts at No. 1? Check.
Andrew Luck knows exactly where he's heading, and so does Robert Griffin III.
Six players from the BCS national title game _ including Alabama tailback Trent Richardson and LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne _ are among college football's underclassmen declaring for the NFL draft.
"That's the MVP of the NFL so I'm going to take his advice," left tackle Matt Kalil said. "We're pretty tough on ourselves as critics, so I don't think anyone is going to give any harsher judgment than we do on ourselves. We know we have to be more physical and maintain our blocks so he can run with the ball and do what he does best."
"It's just defenses making better plays than us. I know when you guys watch the game it may not seem like a big deal, but it is something we see when we watch film," Kalil said. "If one person maintains their block a little longer and if we make a better play there, we're out and making a big gain. It's just the little things we've got to fix."