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Examining Fournette's brute force:

John Brenkus breaks down Leonard Fournette's jaw-dropping hit on Ole Miss' Deontay Anderson last week.
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In other words, HE DEAD!
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Get off the tracks when that train is coming!
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Deontae Anderson: "the camera does not add 15 pounds, he really is that huge."
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I will use this one in my physics class today!
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Leonard showed Deontay that he should have chosen LSU over Ole Miss.. LOL
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Sports "Science"
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I will never tire of seeing that
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235 lbs of ANGRY! LOL
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foshizzle: U R such a pussy!!! Maybe you should watch a REALLY good chess match. Aha, so the truth comes out.......U R a pussy ole piss fan lurking around LSU. So fuking sad you people are!!! GTFO
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Like to learn!
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He bounce
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Are they saying Leonard took it easy on him, or are they saying Deontay is Charmin soft? Experts say: both.
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I don't get it, LF can dominate a guy 1 on 1, but rarely breaks a tackle or takes guys with him in a pile for extra yardage. He just kinda bowls over.
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Deontay what a stupid name
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Lost in all this is the fact that the hit forced LF out of bounds and probably saved a TD. It might as well have been a tackle.
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Grim
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Nah. That trucking was a huge momentum builder for LSU and it was all downhill from there for ole miss. Crowd went absolutely berserk
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Making lemonade from lemons foshizzle? LF did not intend to escape the contact or he would have jumped-cut right like we have seen so many times. LF wanted to punish the DB for getting his way to deliver a message, "GTFO of my my way or pay for it!" And it worked as you can see from his 284 yard performance.
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I think they are leaving things out. First of all, Usain Bolt has run 27 mph. Secondly, they don't seem to be accounting for Fournette lowering his shoulder and "launching" himself. All of that power compacted into a smaller area of impact is more forceful.
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It showed that Bolt's AVERAGE speed is 23.3mph not his top speed
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Why don't you do a force diagram for us?
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