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Despite ‘legendary’ status, Bernard no lock for individual honors


Because Giovani Bernard’s team is located so far off the national radar, few outside the state of North Carolina noticed his performance. If a top back representing an SEC school had amassed 304 all-purpose yards against an emotional rival, the Downtown Athletic Club would already be engraving his name on the Heisman Trophy. (Wilmington Star News)


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