LSU freshman running back Leonard Fournette is up from ESPN's College Football Play of the Year for this play:

Leonard Fournette, Human Bulldozer


In his own words:
Fournette: “It felt great. It felt normal.”

In his coach's words:
Les Miles: “I would get out of the way if Leonard were running at me.”

In a witness' words:
Sam Khan Jr., The soon-to-be-demolished press box at Kyle Field is pretty high, so I almost always try to have a pair of binoculars on hand so I can get a closer look at the action during Texas A&M home games. On Thanksgiving night, what Fournette did within the scope of my viewfinder on my pair of Bushnells was something I’ve never seen a 19-year-old do before.

To Vote:

Jog your memory by watching and reading about the memorable plays below, then cast a vote for your favorite by tweeting the hashtag #PlayOfTheYear with the school's name. (#PlayOfTheYear Arkansas, #PlayOfTheYear Kansas, #PlayOfTheYear LSU or #PlayOfTheYear Nebraska.)
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must be a weak year it was a badass hit but play of the yr? lol come on
Reply76 months
No love for Dural's catch against Florida?
Reply76 months
"It felt normal"

Now ask Howard Matthews the same question.
Reply76 months
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