Rhodes Scholar: Everyone knows Alabama’s Greg McElroy hasn’t lost in 31 starts as a QB dating back to eighth grade, but did you know he was in the midst of the Rhodes Scholar application process? McElroy also got his degree in business admin in three years and earned a 3.86 GPA. More importantly – at least to the Bama Bangs set – he’s the second most poised QB in college football behind Boise State’s Kellen Moore. The guess here is that McElroy manages another great game, Trent Richardson rushes for 100+ and the Tide defense (playing at home) obliterates PSU true freshman quarterback Robert Bolden in a 20-3 boring blowout. The Tide are nearly two-touchdown favorites. [Daily News]
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