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Just when you thought the Cleveland Browns’ season couldn’t get any worse, their decent rookie running back Trent Richardson sets a new record for rushing touchdowns by a rookie, erasing Cleveland legend Jim Brown from the record books.
I’m sure Trent Richardson is a model American. But based on how he’s treating the Eagles (our beloved national bird!) today, he may be tried for treason tomorrow.
“Beast” is used so often to describe physically impressive guys, which is too bad since it detracts some from those truly deserving of the title. Trent Richardson, the man who’s going to be the first running back taken in this year’s NFL Draft? He deserves that title. More proof after the jump.
Alabama running back Trent Richardson announced today during, what he called, “A sad moment but a happy moment,” his intention of entering the NFL Draft. During his speech, we saw a lot of “sad” and not too much “happy.”
Football analysts and talking heads like to mythologize the “Heisman Moment,” that one play or sequence that immortalizes a player in the voter’s (and America’s) eyes. Welp, I think Trent Richardson just had his Heisman Moment.
Alabama did its part to stay at the forefront of the national championship picture today, crushing Ole Miss 52-7. One of the main reasons they were able to do that: running back Trent Richardson, who piled up 183 yards and four touchdowns on just 17 carries. But there was one run that you’re going to hear the most about.