Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Florida defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard was asked this week about LSU running back Leonard Fournette and had this to say, according to CBS Sports:

"He's the best back in the league," Bullard says. "We're just gonna have to rally to the ball and tackle him. He's nothing that we can't stop, but we do have to rally to the ball because he's an excellent athlete."
Fournette has rushed for 1022 yards and 12 touchdowns through 5 games this season.

LSU is ranked No. 3 nationally in rushing offense, averaging 346.4 yards per game with 18 total touchdowns on the ground.

Florida is ranked No. 12 nationally in rushing defense, allowing 99.2 yards per game.
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Lsu show a lot of respect without the trash talking,they just take care of buisiness on the field!!
Reply66 months
They can't stop their own criminality, apparently.
Reply66 months
I'll take "famous last words" for 500$, Alex.
Reply66 months
Baw u tripped out then u can't give greatness something to feed off of like this now just suffer for it!
Reply66 months
We will find out on Saturday
Reply66 months
Horrible Title!!! This reads like a NY Times headline looking to stir the pot!!!
Reply66 months
The title should have been: "Bullard says 'Fournette the best back in the league'"
Reply66 months
Johnathan Bullard's response to the question was with class. He showed that he and his teammates respects Fournette's ability as a great running back
Reply66 months
Ethan Pocic is what Florida is not going to be able to handle.
Reply66 months
Stop being a damn drama queen Larry
Reply66 months
This is going to be a great battle. But like usual, LSU and their running game will end up on top.
Reply66 months
Take this crap down, the kid did not say anything newsworthy. In fact, what he said is the absolutely correct answer for that question.
Reply66 months
This is seriously fishing for beef. Nothing wrong with his quote... do you expect him to just say ya were gonna roll over and let him run for 300 yards.
Reply66 months
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