Far too often we think of football in terms of big, strong behemoths slamming into one another with bone-crushing force.
But it's often the little guy that rewrites the history books.
Barry Sanders, for instance, was one of the greatest running backs to play the game. He stood a scant 5'8" while rushing for 2,850 yards in 1988 for the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Sanders proved that it doesn't take a mountain of a man to make a mountain of a difference in a football game, and here are seven other college football players in the game today that make a big difference despite their diminutive stature.