Marcus Randall
American football player
Marcus Randall
Marcus Keith Randall is a former American football player. Randall played quarterback for LSU, Tennessee Titans and Green Bay Packers of the National Football League.
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Better Know a Freshman: Jerrard Randall - Mr. Big Arm - And the Valley Shook
Google News - over 5 years
He's got a high ceiling, but also could fail to ever develop (Marcus Randall). His lack of natural size limits his next level potential. I'll say his low end is as a quality reserve/package specialist. Realistic: If all goes well, I expect Randall may
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No. 3 Alabama Crimson Tide at a glance - SportingNews.com
Google News - over 5 years
The last time Nick Saban played two quarterbacks in one season—Marcus Randall and JaMarcus Russell—a talented LSU team never met expectations in 2004. Don't underestimate the loss of QB Greg McElroy, a terrific game manager and a guy who played big
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Hometown hero - The Daily Advertiser
Google News - over 5 years
Remember the Hail Mary pass he caught from then LSU quarterback Marcus Randall to beat Kentucky as time expired in 2002? In his six seasons with the Saints, the 5-11, 200 pound speedster has torched NFL defensive backs the same way he did as a Tiger at
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College Football: The 13 Wildest Game-Winning Plays of All Time - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
You wouldn't think that a QB could score a TD when standing on his own 18-yard line, but that's exactly what LSU QB Marcus Randall did. His desperation throw got a helpful tip from WR Michael Clayton which then went over the heads of a couple of
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The 50 Best Game Winning Plays in Sports History - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Afterwards, an astonished LSU quarterback Marcus Randall stated that he did not know he could throw the ball that far. If Michael Crabtree had not made this play in the waning moments of Texas A&M's matchup against the University of Texas,
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The 50 Most Heartbreaking Moments in College Football History - Bleacher Report
Google News - almost 6 years
But someone on the UK sidelines should have told LSU to stop playing, as Tiger QB Marcus Randall launched a strong throw into the air and Wildcat fans stormed the field. But LSU receiver Michael Clayton deflected the ball into Devery Henderson's hands,
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Alabama, Auburn football: If you have 2 QBs, you have no QB (Herndon) - Press-Register - al.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Saban has done so before at LSU, playing Marcus Randall and Matt Mauck in 2002, and Randall and JaMarcus Russell in 2004. Chizik has avoided it at Auburn, ending an inherited quarterback controversy between Chris Todd and Kodi Burns in 2009 by moving
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - almost 11 years
BASEBALL American League LOS ANGELES ANGELS--Agreed to terms with RHP Ervin Santana, RHP Kevin Gregg, INF Casey Kotchman, INF Maicer Izturis and INF Robb Quinlan on one-year contracts. OAKLAND ATHLETICS--Agreed to terms with RHP Justin Duchscherer, RHP Chad Gaudin, RHP Kirk Sarloos, OF Javier Herrera, OF Nick Swisher, INF Marco Scutaro and INF
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - over 11 years
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League HOUSTON ASTROS--Purchased the contracts of RHP Brandon Duckworth and RHP Scott Strickland from Round Rock of the PCL. Designated INF Todd Self for assignment. Activated RHP Brandon Backe from the 15-day DL. N.B.A. DETROIT PISTONS--Signed F Maurice Evans to a three-year contract. N.F.L. LEAGUE--Suspended
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Sports Briefing
NYTimes - about 12 years
WINTER SPORTS Austrians Are 1-2 in Downhill Michael Walchhofer led Austria to a 1-2 finish in a World Cup downhill yesterday in Wengen, Switzerland, while the overall leader, Bode Miller, was third on the Lauberhorn, the longest course on the circuit. Walchhofer covered the 2.8-mile run in 2 minutes 27.05 seconds, nine-hundredths of a second ahead
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL; For Huskers, Rare Season Without Bowl
NYTimes - about 12 years
COLORADO 26, NEBRASKA 20 Colorado stayed alive in the Big 12 North race for another day and ended Nebraska's season in November for the first time since 1968. The Buffaloes' 26-20 victory yesterday sent the host Cornhuskers to their first losing season in 43 years and snapped their N.C.A.A.-record streak of consecutive bowl appearances at 35. ''I'm
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Ainge Bounces Back and Leads Vols Past No. 3 Bulldogs
NYTimes - over 12 years
TENNESSEE 19, GEORGIA 14 Coming off a dismal performance the previous week, the freshman quarterback Erik Ainge threw two touchdown passes to lead 17th-ranked Tennessee to a 19-14 upset at No. 3 Georgia yesterday. The Vols built a quick 10-0 lead and prevented the Bulldogs from taking control of the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division. Driving
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Georgia Looks Like Champion In Defeating One
NYTimes - over 12 years
Simply beating Louisiana State was not enough to satisfy Georgia. After losing twice to L.S.U. last season, including the Southeastern Conference championship game, the Bulldogs had a score to settle against the Tigers, the defending co-national champions. Fueled by those memories, the Bulldogs, ranked No. 3 in the Associated Press poll, did more
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Auburn Converts Second Chance To Stun L.S.U.
NYTimes - over 12 years
Three days after Hurricane Ivan ravaged the state, in a game that almost did not take place, 14th-ranked Auburn rallied Saturday for a dramatic 10-9 victory over No. 5 Louisiana State, the defending co-national champion. Quarterback Jason Campbell threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Courtney Taylor with 1 minute 14 seconds to play to
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NATIONAL ROUNDUP; Mississippi State's Croom Wins
NYTimes - over 12 years
Sylvester Croom won his first game as the Mississippi State coach, with Jerious Norwood running for 112 yards and a touchdown in a 28-7 victory over visiting Tulane. ''Even on the bus ride over, I thought to myself, 'Twenty-eight years working toward this day, and now it's here,''' Croom said. ''A dream that was an impossible dream at one time
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2004; Conference Oulook
NYTimes - over 12 years
SOUTHEASTERN WINNER -- Louisiana State won a share of the national title last season but will have its hands full. Running back Justin Vincent will have to carry much of the offensive load as the Tigers break in a new quarterback, Marcus Randall. By the end of the season, the highly regarded redshirt freshman JaMarcus Russell may be taking the
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Arkansas Storms Back For S.E.C. Division Title
NYTimes - about 14 years
Matt Jones threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to DeCori Birmingham with nine seconds left, and David Carlton made a long extra point to give host Arkansas a 21-20 victory over Louisiana State University yesterday. Arkansas (rated No. 14 by the New York Times computer) scored twice in the last half of the fourth quarter to win the Southeastern
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: TOP 25; Washington Rallies For an Upset In Overtime
NYTimes - about 14 years
John Anderson kicked five field goals, including the game-winner from 49 yards out in the third overtime, and Kai Ellis forced and recovered a fumble to secure Washington's 29-26 victory over host Washington State last night. It was one of the most dramatic finishes in the history of the Apple Cup, the annual game between the in-state rivals. It
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L.S.U. Faces Constant Replay
NYTimes - over 14 years
Two days after Louisiana State's startling last-second victory over Kentucky, Coach Nick Saban has a problem. He wants his players to keep the euphoria in perspective. ''Just because we had the most exciting play in college football happen, that doesn't mean that there aren't a lot of things that need fixing,'' Saban said today. ''I'm a process
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