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Where's the respect?

HOOVER, Ala. - He was voted the No. 1 player in college football last season, yet a lot of folks question whether he's even the No. 1 running back on his team.

That's the irony facing Alabama's Mark Ingram, the 2009 Heisman Trophy winner. Last fall he ran for 1,658 yards, averaged 6.1 yards per carry and scored 17 touchdowns in guiding the Crimson Tide to a 14-0 record and national title. He led the NCAA with 38 runs of 10 yards or more and with 13 runs of 20 yards or more. In spite of these accomplishments, the 5-10, 212-pound junior from Flint, Mich... Recommended Stories

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