The dirty secret Tide fans whisper to each other in dimly lit Tuscaloosa speakeasies (password for entry: "Rammer Jammer") is that, for all of Ingram's excellence, Richardson might be better. The frosh has better hands and can run outside as well as between the tackles. In the epic SEC title showdown on Saturday, Florida will have its hands full regardless of who totes the rock.Robert Weintraub: One Foot Inbounds You know, this is really a pretty valid point. As much good as Ingram has done us this year, the drop-off from him to Richardson is really zero, and at this point Richardson may even be a more effective player. He isn't quite as experienced and I don't think he has the same quality of field vision, but I do think he probably has more raw talent, plus he is fresher right now (106 fewer carries than Ingram), and he's not fighting through a hip flexor at the moment.