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Genetic nightmare

Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green stands out from a crowd ... even when he's merely standing in a crowd.

At 6-feet-4, he towers above the diminutive defensive backs who routinely try to cover him each Saturday. The fact he supplements his height advantage with fine speed and exceptional leaping ability makes him just about unstoppable. "Obviously, genetics has a lot to do with a guy that big," said Tennessee secondary coach Terry Joseph, whose troops will try to contain Green Saturday at Sanford...

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