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Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey Is The Most Fun College Football Player To Watch Since Reggie Bush

The sky was brilliant, the year was freshly unwrapped, and Christian McCaffrey was completely untethered. On the first play of the 2016 Rose Bowl, Stanford’s extraordinary running back slipped out of the backfield, caught a short pass from quarterback Kevin Hogan and galloped untouched for a 75-yard score. “A lightning bolt,” ABC’s Brent Musburger said. Superman wore an “S” on his chest; McCaffrey wears one on his helmet.
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