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Lamar Jackson Got Choked, Lost, And Still Had An Amazing Game

Deshaun Watson and the Clemson Tigers beat Louisville 42-36 Saturday night, but Cardinals QB Lamar Jackson drew the most attention. Determining a Heisman winner this early into the season is foolish, so I won’t, but even the “bad” version of Jackson was fantastic. Read more...
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