Editor’s Note: LWOS is always looking for new and innovative ways to bring you the latest in sports news. Today, tune in to Mark Rogers and his college football video podcast that we bring you, the loyal LWOS readers. A long-time college football fan, Mark has been producing a video podcast for quite some time, as he now has over 800 shows on his website (http://markrogerstv.com).
It’s collectively the best group of running backs in college football – again. Todd Gurley went down and Nick Chubb (1547 Rush Yards, 16 Total TD) took over. Jeremy Hill moved on and Leonard Fournette (1034-10) stepped in. One of Alabama’s all-time leading rushers, TJ Yeldon had to step aside for Derrick Henry (990-11). Jonathan Williams (1190-14) and Alex Collins (1100-12) will share the carries for a third straight season. The running game continues to thrive in the SEC with a plethora of size, speed and freakish ability. Chad Neipling and David Waters of vsporto.com and Mike Loveall of LastWordonSports.com join MarkRogersTV to try to rank the best of the best.
Top 5 SEC Running Backs
A 23-year veteran in local and and network television sports, Mark Rogers has been producing a video podcast since 2010 with over 800 videos on his website and counting (http://markrogerstv.com).
Mark Rogers has interviewed big time NCAA coaches Steve Spurrier, Tommy Tuberville, George O’Leary, Troy Calhoun, Sonny Dykes, Blake Anderson, Bill Blankenship, Ron Caragher, Matt Wells, as well as big-time athletes Jerry Rice, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Archie Griffin and more on his station. In addition to these they feature analysis of the latest games, picks and point spreads, and coverage of the NFL and NBA. Be sure to check back often as Mark Rogers will be sharing his best stuff, and top quality guests right here at LWOS going forward and we are happy to have him on board at Last Word on Sports.
Main Photo: ATHENS, GA – NOVEMBER 15: Nick Chubb #27 of the Georgia Bulldogs carries the ball against the Auburn Tigers at Sanford Stadium on November 15, 2014 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)