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Jim Harbaugh is apparently a big fan of Lil Wayne, so much so that he sent the rapper an autographed custom Michigan Wolverines jersey.
Harbaugh tweeted out a photo of Lil Wayne with rapper Jack Kennedy. Kennedy was a walk-on quarterback at Michigan from 2009 to 2012. Kennedy was one of the openers for "Big Show at the Joe" at Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena on Friday night.
Harbaugh penned the jersey with "To Wayne, proud to be a fan of yours, Go Blue!"
Expect to hear Lil Wayne boom through the stadium speakers this upcoming season.
[Twitter, h/t College Spun]
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As difficult as it is to find playmaking quarterbacks on 2015 SEC football rosters, it's every bit as easy identifying stud runners.
The league is loaded with top-shelf tailbacks for the upcoming season.
From home run threats, to grind-it-out gamers, to a few guys who can do it all, this year's group may be the strongest stable of runners the conference has seen in several years.
So, who's the best, especially when the top three seem so interchangeable? When you look at Alabama's Derrick Henry, Georgia's Nick Chubb and LSU's Leonard Fournette, you know right away they're freaks of nature.
But they're also durable workhorses who will be forced to shoulder most of their teams' offensive loads this season with inexperienced or historically inefficient quarterbacks at the helm.
Then there are the two Arkansas running backs who belong high on the list. Everybody has a favorite between Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins, but who ranks higher? How about Tennessee's super sophomore Jalen Hurd? Where does he fit?
There are numerous other former top recruits who have little or no sample sets of game reps, too. That played a factor in the rankings as well.
Considering past performance, elite potential and their dependability factor on the success of their respective teams, let's take a look at the top 10 runners in the rugged SEC.