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Talented LSU sophomore running back Leonard Fournette was named a consensus All-American on Thursday. Per The Advocate:

Fournette was named a consensus All-American, the NCAA announced Thursday. To receive the honor, a player must appear on the first team of at least two of the five selected All-America squads: American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News and the Walter Camp Foundation.
Fournette earned first team All-America honors from the AP, Football Writers and Walter Camp. He was also a second team selection by The Sporting News.

He broke Charles Alexander’s single-season LSU rushing record this year with 1,741 yards and 18 touchdowns.

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tigersells100 months
LF7 = The best running back in the SEC west and anywhere ELSE
Looking forward to bowl game on National TV LF7 PAIN TRAIN
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themunch100 months
Thank you Mr Leonard for being a Tiger
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Shalimar Sid100 months
He won the Heisman as well in my eyes.
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ForeverLSU02100 months
Congrats to the best player and person in college football!
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