Saquon Barkley might not just be the best college football player in the country. He might also be the best hope to release the Alabama-Clemson vice grip at the top of the sport. Barkley dazzled again Saturday, adding a trio of highlights for his montage during the Heisman Trophy presentation show in New York at...
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