College Football Players Most Likely to Suffer a Sophomore Slump in 2013

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College Football Players Most Likely to Suffer a Sophomore Slump in 2013
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Regression is a painful reality of college football, just as wretched and inevitable as season-ending injuries, bad officiating and controversy with the BCS.

That holds especially true for underclassmen.

Look no further than Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who earned first team All-American honors as a freshman in 2011 but took long, bounding strides backward as a sophomore.

The natural progression of players is forward, and most of last year's top freshmen are likely to move in that direction. But for none of them to take a step backward would be unprecedented.

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