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ESPN writer Greg Ostendorf gave out helmet stickers for the best individual performances in the SEC from week 5 and to no surprise LSU running back Leonard Founrette received one.
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Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU: Is Fournette ever not going to get a helmet sticker? Better yet, is he ever not going to rush for more than 200 yards in a game? Fournette did nothing to hurt his Heisman chances Saturday with 233 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries, as LSU pulled away from Eastern Michigan 44-22. The sophomore has reached 200 rushing yards the past three weeks and is now averaging 216 yards per game on the season.
Others from the SEC that received week 5 helmet stickers were Auburn RB Peyton Barber, Arkansas RB Alex Collins, Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett, Florida QB Will Grier, and Alabama WR Calvin Ridley.
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All ESPN's fault DoubleDown. Don't own up to your mistake. Just like bama football, they only lose 'cause they beat themselves.
Reply66 months
Blah, ESPNs phone app showed it as the 6th. You still get my point.
Reply66 months
I'm with you and will take it a step further. I predict that on Nov. 6th Leornard Fournette will rush for zero yards. You heard it here first, book it.

But of course, I also know that Nov 6th is a Friday and Fournette will go off on the 7th.
Reply66 months
"Better yet, is he ever not going to rush for more than 200 yards in a game?"

Answer: Yes, Nov. 6th he won't do much. Book it.
Reply66 months
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