10 Biggest Bullies in College Football

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10 Biggest Bullies in College Football
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"Bully" might be a bit of a stretch, but it will work for the purposes of this list.

The players found here are the most physically dominant, and they repeatedly demonstrated it with superior performances against whatever opponent is placed in front of them.

Take South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, for instance.

Clowney posted a ridiculous 23.5 tackles for loss and made offensive linemen look ridiculous on a regular basis throughout the course of the 2013 season.

His physical tools and skills make him better than the players opposing him, to the point that he is one of the most dominant players in recent memory.

So it is with the others on this list, as well.

While none of these players have quite reached Darth Vader status as a bully, each has his own particular skill set, and each uses those skills to "bully" opponents on a regular basis.

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