Holliday Wins NCAA 100m Title

LSU football player Trindon Holliday won the NCAA 100m title in 10.00 today.  He has cemented his place as the fastest college football player of all time.

He’s also the first football player to win the event since Sam Graddy did so for Tennessee in 1984.

His winning time is the fourth-fastest in the world this year.

Jacoby Ford of Clemson was suppposed to be his main challenger, but he apparently pulled up with an injury and hobbled over the finish line to finish 9th.

Another football player, Jeshua Anderson of Washington State, won his second-straight 400m hurdles title today in a blazing 48.47.

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2 Responses to Holliday Wins NCAA 100m Title

  1. Anonymous June 16, 2009 at 11:47 pm #


  2. geturfactsstraight January 18, 2013 at 4:07 pm #

    I like how you left off the part about Jacoby Ford LEADING the race when jnjured.You also left off that Jacoby smoked Trindon in the 60m which is the better NFL measurement. Ford also put up the 2nd fastest 40 time EVER at the NFL combine.