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Earlier in the week Auburn defensive back Rudy Ford said it wouldn't be too difficult to stop Leonard Fournette but when Saturday came along, the talented LSU's sophomore ran all over Auburn's defense for 228 yards and three touchdowns.

Ford not only provided bulletin board material for LSU but he also gave an extremely weak effort in tackling Fournette on his way to his second touchdown of the game:

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Here is full video of the play:

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Hook Em Horns105 months
Jesus christ people. Tap the goldamn brakes. Best runningback youve seen in 20 years???? After week 3?? Im not saying he isnt good. Im saying lets slow down a bit before we say all that non sense
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Born in BR105 months
ShlikStyck - 5 hours ago

Question is, how does LF go down in the minds of LSU folklore? He's still got a ways to go to beat out the iconic Cecil the Diesel imo

Cecil Collins had a good streak when he played for LSU but is nowhere near the caliber of player Leonard Fournette is. Additionally Fournette is a shining example of the kind of person I would want to represent LSU; unlike Collins.
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ShlikStyck105 months
Question is, how does LF go down in the minds of LSU folklore? He's still got a ways to go to beat out the iconic Cecil the Diesel imo
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AlbertMeansWell105 months
LF is the best college RB I've seen in 20+ years.
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vodkacop105 months
Sweet baby Jesus.
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JakeFromStateFarm105 months
Leonard Fournette = Beastmode. Rudy Ford = Bitchmode
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earl keese105 months
Maybe Ford thought he was playing flag football. If he was, he definitely stopped Fournette at the 26 yard line. Good job Mr. Ford!
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Oyster105 months
It was ford that speared LF in the knee with his helmet.
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TOKEN105 months
You think Muschamp wanted to kill Ford on Saturday, that's embarrassing!
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Pianoman105 months
Wow, I would have sat his rear on the bench after that poor excuse of an effort if I were his coach.
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Lsu101205105 months
He got a hand on him. At least he got to touch greatness.
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Sampson105 months
Reminds me of 2011 when Auburns soft players ran away from Copeland.
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pellietigersaint105 months
AU clown show. Keep running that mouth
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