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In addition to being a top rated cornerback in the 2014 recruiting class, Tony Brown is also a world-class hurdler. But the road to greatness for this Beaumont, Texas native hasn't been easy.
Derrick Gordon of UMass takes out a person sitting in press row after diving for the ball.
Petros Papadakis and Jill Arrington look ahead to the SEC showdown between LSU and Alabama, plus Houston/UFC, and Virginia Tech/Miami.
September 2011 LSU vs West Virginia On 3rd & 19 for West Virginia, Tyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu, shows off his greatness, with this interception returned to the 1 yard line.
Petros Papadakis weighs in on the weekend's biggest matchups, including Florida/LSU, Oregon/Washington and Baylor/Kansas State.
The Crowd Goes Wild panel discusses 15-year-old Dylan Moses pledging his future to LSU. Plus Trevor Pryce tells you who he committed to when he was 16.
Petros Papadakis says you shouldn't expect any upsets in Week 1 of the college football season. With exclusive highlights and behind the scenes footage, FOX Sports' YouTube channel provides the sports content that fans are hungry for.
Given the nickname "Speedy" at age four, Speedy Noil has literally built his name on being faster than everyone else. After winning the SPARQ national championship, the five-star Louisiana athlete shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
After the summer, Dylan Moses will begin ninth grade at University Lab (Baton Rouge, La.) and will play high school football for the first time. He'll do so holding at least eight scholarship offers.
Highlights of 2014 ESPN Watch List safety and LSU commit Edward Paris Jr. (Arlington, Texas/Timberview) at the April 7th, 2013 Dallas Nike Football Training Camp.
Highlights of 2014 LSU commit and ESPN Watch List member Chris Hardeman (Houston, Texas/Alief Taylor) at the April 7th, 2013 Dallas Nike Football Training Camp.
Radi Nabulsi interviews coveted 2014 defensive end prospect Andrew Williams of Eagles Landing Christian Academy (McDonough, Ga.). Williams holds roughly 40 offers. One school, in fact, felt the need to recently mail him 150 handwritten letters.
Jared Shanker talks with covered 2014 Watch List athlete Jabrill Peppers of Paramus Catholic (N.J.). Peppers won a pair of state football titles at Don Bosco (Ramsey, N.J.) before moving to Paramus Catholic and winning a third as a junior.