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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Top 21 College Football Players...

Know Your Medal of Honor Recipients:

Major General Julius Stahel (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on June 5, 1864, at Piedmont, Virginia. His citation reads:

Led his division into action until he was severely wounded.

Sergeant Emanuel Stance (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on May 20, 1870, at Kickapoo Springs, Texas. His citation reads:

Gallantry on scout after Indians.

Major General David S. Stanley (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on November 30, 1864, at Franklin, Tennessee. His citation reads:

At a critical moment rode to the front of one of his brigades, reestablished its lines, and gallantly led it In a successful assault.

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The I'm just sayin… Countdown May List of the Day

Top 21 College Football Players of All-Time

I know I should give you reasons beside each guy, but I think this list is great enough that I don't need to do that.

21   Dave Rimington   Center, Nebraska

20   Charlie Ward   Quarterback, FSU

19   Eric Dickerson   Running Back, SMU

18   Ron Dayne   Running Back, Wisconsin

17   George Rogers   Running Back, USC

16   CJ Spiller   Running Back, Clemson

15   OJ Simpson   Running Back, Southern Cal

14   Earl Campbell   Running Back, Texas

13   Charles Woodson   Wide Receiver/Cornerback, Michigan

12   Tim Tebow   Quarterback, Florida

11   Glenn Davis   Halfback, US Military Academy (Army)

10   Roger Staubach   Quarterback, US Naval Academy (Navy)

9   Archie Griffin   Running Back, Ohio State

8   Peyton Manning   Quarterback, Tennessee

7   Ernie Davis   Halfback, Syracuse

6   Hugh Green   Linebacker, Pittsburgh

5   Deion Sanders   Cornerback, FSU

4   Lawrence Taylor   Linebacker, UNC

3   Jim Brown   Running Back, Syracuse

2   Bo Jackson   Running Back, Auburn

1   Herschel Walker   Running Back, Georgia

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