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Bruce Feldman with FOX Sports released his Bold Predictions for the 2014 season and he thinks that LSU freshman running back Leonard Fournette will win the Heisman:
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1. Fournette wins Heisman
We will be talking about how LSU's freshman crop may be the best class in the past decade and the gem of it all, RB Leonard Fournette, will become the first true freshman to win the Heisman.

What do you think?
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He doesn't have to have a whole lot of carries all he has to do is stay bustin um up for big carries. Will let him and God determine how he lets loose on the field.
Reply31 months
Superfan alert. No way he wins the heisman and it has nothing to do with his talent.
Reply31 months
He would have to average 10 yards a carry and have 20 plus touchdowns because as some have said, he won't get enuff carries. Personally, unless he is truly so much more effective than the others, I prefer the split in carries. I'm sure Fournette will want the rock every play cuz that's the kind of competitor he is. But after his third or fourth season in the NFL, I bet he'll be happy Miles didn't wear him out like a lot of college coaches do. But who knows, Miles might change his strategy if he's that special.
Reply31 months
My suspicions about Bruce Feldman were unfounded.
Reply31 months
Feldman is a clown.
Reply31 months
Still TD Reporter is suspect
Reply31 months
feldman knows what he's talking about
Reply31 months
He won't get enough carries. And that's a good thing.
Reply31 months
the rest of our backs are not crippeled if they were , Leonard Would get 35 carries a game he would also trip on his tongue and be crippled towards the last part of the season and be wore out in three years !
Reply31 months
Book it.
Reply31 months
But Miles said that he'll let LF "defines himself";
still open for interpretation...
Reply31 months
I seriously doubt he wins the Heisman, but I CAN'T disagree with this freshman class being something seriously special!
Reply31 months
FORNETTE = GOAT


but agree, even if he is averaging 20 ypc, miles wont give him enough carries to have a special season.
Reply31 months
225 carries 1800 yards 20 TDs

35 receptions 507 yards 5 TDs

2/3 (66.7%) 99 yards 2 TDs

3 KR 165 yards 1 TD

Heisman Winner
Maxwell Award Winner
Walter Camp Award Winner
Doak Walker Award Winner
Paul Hornung Award Winner
Unanimous 1st team All-American
Freshman All-American
1st team All SEC
Freshman All SEC

LSU 15-0 National Champs. Buga Nation
Reply31 months
"He won't get enough carries for this to happen"


Right. Unless he busts each run he has for 15+ yards and every fourth run he busts for a touchdown, there's no way. Though I would love for this to happen.
Reply31 months
He won't get enough carries for this to happen
Reply31 months
I mean I love it but IS THIS A DREAM
Reply31 months
FAF
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Bruce Feldman is not suspect.
Reply31 months
BUGA
Reply31 months
This guy has lost his mind
Reply31 months
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