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Lake Buena Vista, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - If Thursday was any preview of who will win the Heisman Trophy, Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota should feel pretty good about his chances. Hopefully he has a large trophy case, too. Mariota, a Heisman finalist along with Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper and Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon, was the recipient of the Davey OBrien Award as well as the Walter Camp Award and Maxwell Award. The OBrien Award winner, recognized as the nations top quarterback, has gone on to win the Heisman Trophy in four straight seasons, including seven of the last eight. Mariota, a redshirt junior, joins UCLAs Troy Aikman as the only Pac-12 quarterbacks to win the award. The Maxwell Award is presented by the Maxwell Football Club for the College Player of the Year, while the Camp Award is given to the Player of the Year decided by a panel of NCAA head coaches. Mariota is the most prolific quarterback in Oregon history and has tallied 35 wins in his three seasons as the starter, including a spot in the national semifinal against Florida State in the inaugural College Football Playoffs on Jan. 1. He has passed for 3,773 yards and 38 touchdowns this season with 669 yards rushing and another 14 scores. Only six quarterbacks have won the Heisman Trophy along with those three awards, and the last three to win the Maxwell have not been honored for College Footballs ultimate prize. Arizonas Scooby Wright III had a good amount of success as well, receiving the Chuck Bednarik Award on Thursday along with the Nagurski Award and Lombardi Award earlier in the week. The Bednarik Award, also presented by the Maxwell Club, is given to the Defensive Player of the Year, while the Nagurski also honors defensive excellence and the Lombardi is given to the nations top linebacker or lineman. Wright recorded 153 tackles -- 28.0 tackles for a loss -- and added 14 sacks and six forced fumbles in 13 games for the Wildcats this season. The sophomore was the only FBS player to rank in the top-25 in each of those categories. Cooper was honored as the nations top wide receiver, winning the Fred Biletnikoff Award. Cooper, a junior, had an SEC-record 115 catches for a national-best 1,656 yards and 14 touchdowns in 13 games this season. He had more than 200 yards in three games this season. Cooper is the first Alabama player and second SEC receiver to win the award, joining LSUs Josh Reed in 2001. Gordon was recognized as the Doak Walker Award winner, given to the nations top running back. Gordon finished the regular season with an FBS-leading 2,336 rushing yards, the fourth-best total all-time, and added 26 touchdowns on 309 carries. He set an FBS record with 408 rushing yards against Nebraska last month, but the mark was broken a week later by Oklahoma freshman Samaje Perine. Louisvilles Gerod Holliman was named the winner of the Jim Thorpe Award, given to the nations top defensive back. Holliman recorded an FBS-best and NCAA single-season record of 14 interceptions this season to go along with 37 tackles. He helped Louisville rank sixth in total defense, allowing only 293 yards per game. Holliman, who returned one of his interceptions for a touchdown, is the first Louisville player to win the award. Iowas Brandon Scherff won the Outland Trophy as the nations top interior lineman. Scherff is the fourth Hawkeye to win the award and fourth offensive lineman in the last five years. Maryland kicker Brad Craddock took home the Lou Groza Award, while Utah punter was honored as the Ray Guy Award recipient. Craddock, the first Terrapin to win the award and just third kicker in Big 10 history, went 18-of-19 on his field goal tries. Hackett, the first Pac-12 punter to win the award, averaged 47.0 yards on 77 punts this season. Phillip Gaines Jersey . 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Many of those eyes are in the United States of America, a country that the sport has wanted on its side for some time. On Sunday the football Gods delivered once again, only this time it was time for good old USA to experience as much heartache as joy. ARCADIA, Calif. -- Fort Larned is back to defend his title in the $5 million Breeders Cup Classic, a race he led all the way in winning as a 9-1 long shot last year. He is one of a total of 172 horses, including nine defending champions, which were pre-entered Wednesday for the $27 million, 14-race Breeders Cup world championships at Santa Anita on Nov. 1-2. Thirteen horses were pre-entered for the 1 1/4-mile Classic, which will be shown live in prime time next Saturday on NBC. Trainers Bob Baffert, Bill Mott and Todd Pletcher have two each. Baffert has Game On Dude and Paynter; Mott has Flat Out and Ron the Greek; and Pletcher has Graydar and Belmont Stakes winner Palace Malice. Besides Fort Larned, the second-, third- and fourth-place finishers in last years Classic will take another shot. "Looks like a heck of a field," Pletcher said. Defending Horse of the Year Wise Dan was pre-entered in the $2 million Mile. Royal Delta will defend her title in the $2 million Distaff, which has reverted to its original name after being called the Ladies Classic since 2008. Final entries and the post position draw will be Monday at Santa Anita, which is hosting the event for the seventh time. Twenty-four foreign horses were pre-entered. Chad Brown had a leading 11 horses pre-entered, including Last Gunfighter in the Classic. Pletcher was second with nine. Baffert had eight entries, followed by Doug ONeill with seven. Kentucky-based Ken and Sarah Ramsey had a leading seven pre-entries among owners. Co-owned by retired Dodgers and Yankees manager Joe Torre, Game On Dude is 5-0 this year, including Grade 1 wins in the Santa Anita Handicap, Hollywood Gold Cup and Pacific Classic. Hell try to win the Classic for the first time after getting nipped at the wire by Drosselmeyer in 2011 and fading to seventh as the favourite last year. Mike Smith, the leading Breederss Cup jockey with 17 victories, will ride him.dddddddddddd "Its a very competitive race," Baffert said. "Youve got to bring your A game and you need racing luck." Fort Larned has been inconsistent this year, with just two wins in five starts. He will try to join Tiznow in 2000-01 as the only two-time winners of the Classic. Mucho Macho Man is coming off a win in the Awesome Again Stakes last month at Santa Anita, where he has been training for the Breeders Cup after coming from the East Coast. Mott, who won the Classic with Cigar in 1995 and Drosselmeyer two years ago, will saddle Flat Out and Ron the Greek, who finished third and fourth, respectively, last year. Flat Out is coming off a third-place finish in the Jockey Club Gold Cup at Belmont last month. Sent off at 21-1 odds, Ron the Greek won the Gold Cup by 6 3/4 lengths in a stark reversal of his recent form. Two talented 3-year-old colts, Palace Malice and Will Take Charge, were set to run in the Classic. Palace Malice followed up his Belmont win with a victory in the Jim Dandy. Will Take Charge, trained by 78-year-old D. Wayne Lukas, won the Travers and the Pennsylvania Derby. Besides Palace Malice, Pletchers other entry is Graydar, winner of the Donn and New Orleans handicaps. Among the other pre-entries in the Classic are Juddmonte International winner Declaration of War, trained by Irishman Aidan OBrien, and Ireland-bred Planteur, third in the Dubai World Cup. There will be nine races Nov. 2, including the $2 million Juvenile. Pletcher, Baffert, ONeill and Dale Romans have two entries each. The two-day event will open Nov. 1 with five races, highlighted by the Distaff. Royal Delta will face five foes: Authenticity, Beholder, Close Hatches, Princess of Sylmar and Street Girl. A maximum of 14 are allowed in each race, except the Dirt Mile, which is capped at 12. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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