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Out of the 4 MVP trophies given out at the BCSCG the last 2 years (Defensive and Offensive), 3 of them belong to Alabama residents.
Out of the 6 Alabama has won, 4 were Alabama residents (Dareus, McCarron, Upshaw, and Mosley), with only 2 going to out of state players (Ingram and Lacy).
Google "number of players in the nfl per capita". The point was made about the talent level of football in Alabama. The assumption was that the best players come out of there. Wrong. So a few won MVP awards? Kids who come through our high school system exceed in the nfl like no other. Regardless of where they attend college.
I am an Auburn Alum & Fairley was from mobile as well (Defensive MVP)...
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I think you've missed the point of the entire thread. It was that the schools in Alabama have dominated the BCSCG the last 4 years. Either way though, there are more former players from Alabama high schools the last 4 years with rings than any other state if that's the way you want to take it.
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