The greatest college football player of all-time is impossible to distinguish, yet it’s a topic that is still passionately argued among the game’s enthusiasts.

There is no argument, however, about college football’s fastest player. That title is certain. That title belongs to LSU senior running back Trindon Holliday.

Speed, unlike greatness, is measurable. Holliday’s blazing time in the 100-meter dash at the NCAA track and field finals this June was measured at 10.00 seconds, faster than any other runner in the event, and faster than any other college football player in history.

Holliday was crowned 2009 NCAA 100-meter National Champion and “Fastest College Football Player Ever” all in the same day.

“It’s an honor to have that title of one of the fastest players in the history of college football,” Holliday said. “It’s something I take a lot of pride in.”……Read More

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