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Derrius Guice vs Bo Scarbrough

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I was talking with a friend earlier and a very interesting question popped up: which player is better, LSU's Derrius Guice or Alabama's Bo Scarbrough? Being a big LSU fan, I am a big supporter of both Fournette and Guice. I read recently that Guice would start for almost every other team in the nation, aside from FSU (Dalvin Cook) and Stanford (Christian McCaffery). My friend, being the Alabama fan he is, said Alabama should have been on that list. This brought up a big debate that ultimately was left even after asking many others. This debate also brought up another relevant question: If we waited until next year to grab our feature back, between these two, who is the better option? I wouldn't mind going only defense this draft and grabbing our RB next year. What do you think? And ultimately, who's better in your opinion?

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