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A'Shawn Robinson Named Outland Trophy Finalist

The most dominant player in the country was the only defensive lineman making the cut.

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THE'Shawn is about to be a ridiculously rich man-child.

The most dominant player in America, at any position, was named a finalist for the Outland Trophy, which honors the nation's best interior line player.

Drango, Garnett, Robinson finalists for Outland Trophy

Rhett Drango is a four-year starting at left tackle on a Baylor offensive line that has allowed 12 sacks in 10 games. Jason Garnett, a senior guard, is a dominant run blocker and has started 26 straight games for Stanford. Robinson, a junior defensive tackle, leads the Crimson Tide defense with eight quarterback hurries, and he's made a career-high 36 tackles.

I honestly don't know how Robinson won't win this one -- not if anyone has been paying attention for the better part of the season.

Roll Tide, A'Shawn.