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With all due respect to Ronald Reagans George Gipp on his deathbed, Denzel Washingtons Herman Boone at Gettysburg or even Robert Loggias halftime talk with the Texas State Armadillos, Hollywoods greatest football speech was Al Pacinos in Any Given Sunday.You find out lifes this game of inches. So is football. Because in either game -- life or football -- the margin for error is so small. I mean, one half a step too late or too early and you dont quite make it. One half second too slow, too fast, and you dont quite catch it. The inches we need are everywhere around us. Theyre in every break of the game, every minute, every second. On this team we fight for that inch.On Sunday afternoon, the College Football Playoff selection committee announced the four teams that will compete for the national championship: Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Washington. The season started with the 128 FBS squads, all hoping to make that final four. Those teams played a total of 837 games. Those contests produced more than 640,000 yards of offense. That translates to roughly 360 miles, almost precisely the distance between Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa and Clemsons Death Valley.Yet somehow, the entire season came down to only a handful of key plays, the outcome of each determined by merely a few yards here and, yes, Mr. Pacino, a few inches there. Yet the sum of their tiny parts shaped the most unpredictable season of the still-young playoff era.Week 1: Two inches Thats what LSU running back Leonard Fournette needed to be added to his vertical leap. With two minutes remaining, down 16-14 to Wisconsin, the Tigers offense was finally waking up. Having just crossed midfield, they handed off to the preseason Heisman favorite, who busted off a run deep into Badgers territory, but when he tried to leapfrog a defender, he caught a helmet to his right leg just below the knee. He limped off the field and never returned. It was the first of a series of nagging hurts that would dog Fournette all season. LSU lost, and head coach Les Miles was walking the plank. Meanwhile, Wisconsin had a big cross-conference win that it -- and the entire Big Ten -- could, and would, hang their hats on all season.Week 4: Ten fingers The two hands of Arizona quarterback Brandon Dawkins werent able to cleanly catch a fourth-down red zone shotgun snap against Washington at home in overtime. His bobble was just enough to cause a twinge of panic. That milliseconds difference in timing was just enough for the would-be tying TD pass play to break down into an overthrown dying quail pass that sailed over the head of the receiver. Washington survived 35-28 to keep its playoff hopes alive.Week 5: 1? yards In perhaps the best game of the season, Louisvilles Lamar Jackson took Clemsons best shots and repeatedly returned serve. If he does win the Heisman Trophy on Saturday, this will be the game many point to ... but the Cardinals lost. With 13 seconds remaining in a six-point game, Jackson threw a strike to James Quick. It was fourth-and-12 at the Clemson 14-yard line. Quick, confused as to where the first-down marker was, stepped out of bounds at the 3. It was less than 2 yards too short. Clemsons playoff season continued, while Louisvilles season took its first step toward eventually becoming derailed.Week 7: 1 foot plus 5 feet, both to the right Back to Death Valley, South Carolina: As the game clock zeroed out to end regulation, a would-be game-winning 33-yard field goal attempt by NC State kicker Kyle Bambard squirted just wide of the right upright. The Tigers won in OT 24-17. Meanwhile, at damp Camp Randall Stadium, also in OT, Ohio States J.T. Barrett tossed a back-shoulder fade to Noah Brown, a ball that found its way past the outstretched fingers of two Wisconsin defenders and floated into the back-right corner to Brown. The Buckeyes won 30-23.Week 8: Ten fingers, two inches, OK ... pretty much all of the above Second-ranked Ohio States magic ran out at Penn State. The Nittany Lions trailed 21-17 when a drive-stopping interception slipped through their fingers with 4:39 remaining. It turned out to be an accidental blessing. The resulting field goal attempt was blocked and returned for a touchdown. Penn State won 24-21. It was the first blemish on OSUs record but also the first spark of the question, Can the Big Ten get more than one school into the playoff?Week 11: 1 yard On fourth-and-1 at the Pittsburgh 35, Clemson ran a sweep with tailback Wayne Gallman. He was grabbed around the ankles by nose tackle Jeremiah Taleni and was dropped 1 yard short of the first down. Pitt took over on downs with 52 seconds remaining and drove 34 yards on six plays to kick the winning field goal as time expired.Week 12: Two steps After a touchdown pulled them to within 17-16 with 4:41 remaining, Michigan State Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio elected to go for two points in a bid to upset Ohio State, which had crawled back up to second in the rankings. Tyler OConnor saw an open receiver at the goal line, but Jamal Lyles moved one step to his right as two defenders took opposite steps toward the inbounds pass and shared an interception. The game essentially ended there, as did Michigan States chances to brighten an otherwise disappointing season.Week 13: The Game, The Spot, The Inch Hey, its Ohio State again! In the second overtime period, on fourth-and-1, head coach Urban Meyer looked over his teams shaky day on special teams and elected not to attempt a game-tying field goal. Instead, Barrett ran a keeper that carried him to the edge of the white yard line he needed to reach. Did he make it? Did he not? The officials -- with help from the replay booth -- said he did. But the ruling is still being debated on either side of the Ohio-Michigan border. Last week a nuclear physicist at Wayne State told the Detroit Free Press that math and chemistry make it incredibly difficult for anyone to get that call right, humans or video cameras. Then again, hes also a Michigan grad.Week 14: 1 foot forward, 1 arm left On Saturday night, almost simultaneously, two conference championship games were determined by about 12 inches each. In Orlando, Virginia Tech was down a TD and down to a fourth down, at the 23 with 1:11 on the clock and thinking overtime. Quarterback Jerod Evans dropped back to throw. Clemson linebacker Kendall Joseph blitzed. Tech knew it was probably coming, and thats why the Hokies had running back Travon McMillian stay home to block. But he was waiting on the right, not the left. As Joseph streaked by, McMillian threw his arm out and grabbed, but got ahold of nothing. Joseph hit Evans as he threw, the pass fell short of tight end Bucky Hodges (who appeared to be wide-open), and the playoff chaos -- at least any involving the ACC -- was avoided. Meanwhile, in the Big Ten championship, Wisconsin was in a nearly identical situation, trailing Penn State 38-31 and deep in enemy territory. Corey Clement was handed the ball on fourth-and-1 with 1:05 remaining. He was met head-on by DBs Marcus Allen and Grant Haley and stopped 1 foot short at the 24-yard line. Penn State saved its game and title. But 12 hours later, it was the Nittany Lions who came up short.Sunday afternoon I stared at my computer monitor, looking at the just-revealed final College Football Playoff rankings. Then I got out a tape measure and checked the distance on that screen between Ohio State in third and Penn State in fifth.It was exactly an inch.So, no offense to the guy from Wayne State, but when it comes to 2016, it doesnt take a doctorate in physics to realize that one of the oldest clichés in sports isnt a cliché at all. Its a game of inches is a rock-solid fact. Just ask any fan who watched any big game of this college football season.Or Al Pacino. Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys . Argentina winger Ezequiel Lavezzi and France midfielder Blaise Matuidi scored, with star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic setting up both despite having a poor game by his high standards. Forward Eduardo gave Ajaccio the lead in the sixth minute after being set up by right winger Benjamin Andre, and the Corsican side looked comfortable in the first half, with the lively Johan Cavalli causing problems with his probing runs from midfield. Authentic Jerseys China . 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NEW ORLEANS -- The Latest on the trial of Cardell Hayes, charged in the April shooting death of former New Orleans Saints star Will Smith (all times local):---10:45 p.m.A Louisiana jury has found the man who fatally shot retired New Orleans Saints star Will Smith guilty of manslaughter.Sunday nights verdict capped the week-long trial of 29-year-old Cardell Hayes, who also was found guilty of attempted manslaughter for wounding Smiths wife.The shooting happened the night of April 9 after a car crash in New Orleans.Hayes claimed he fired only after an irate and drunken Smith punched him and then retrieved a gun from his damaged SUV.The prosecution said evidence showed Smith never armed himself and Hayes was not justified in firing.Smiths wife Racquel was wounded in the legs by gunfire that night.---8:35 p.m.The jury in the second-degree murder trial of the man who killed retired New Orleans Saints star Will Smith has asked the judge for information on possible lesser verdicts, which the judge said include manslaughter and negligent homicide.Jurors received the case around 5 p.m. Sunday after a day of closing arguments. In addition to information on other verdicts, they also requested to hear instructions regarding reasonable doubt and legal self-defense.Defendant Cardell Hayes insisted on the witness stand that he shot Smith following an April 9 traffic crash only because Smith had grabbed a gun from his vehicle. Prosecutors said there is no evidence Hayes was armed when he was shot.Hayes is also charged with attempted second-degree murder for wounding Smiths wife in the April confrontation.---4:55 p.m.A New Orleans jury now has the case of the man who fatally shot retired New Orleans Saints star Will Smith.On trial is 29-year-old Cardell Hayes, who is charged with second-degree murder. He claims self-defense in the shooting death of Smith following an April 9 car crash.Prosecutors say Hayes lied when he told the jury in the week-long trial that Smith had retrieved a gun from his damaged SUV following the crash.Conviction of second-degree murder would mean a mandatory life sentence for Hayes.In her instruction to jurors Sunday evening, Louisiana District Judge Camille Buras said other possible verdicts include manslaughter and negligent homicide.---4 p.m.A New Orleans assistant district attorney pointed to the prosecution of disgraced NFL star Darren Sharper as evidence that her office doesnt play favorites.Laura Rodrigue referred to Sharpers rape case as she made her final remarks to the jury Sunday in the trial of Cardell Hayes.Hayes is on trial for second-degree murder. He claims self-defense in the shooting of retired Saints star Will Smith following an April 9 car crash.His lawyer, John Fuller, told jurors that police rushed the investigation and that prosecutors had political motivations for swiftly prosecuting the killer of an NFL star.Rodrigue pointed to the case of Sharper, who was prosecuted in New Orleans and other jurisdictions where he pleaded guilty to drugging and raping women. Sharper is serving a 20-year sentence.---2:30 p.m.The defense lawyer for the man who shot New Orleans Saints star Will Smith has wrapped up a nearly four-hour closing argument for the jury.John Fuller represents Cardell Hayes, who says he shot Smith to death on April 9 in self-defense following a car crash and argument. Hayes is charged with second-degree murder.Fuller on Sunday railed against what he called a rushed investigation into the shooting and he derailed what he characterized as unfair attacks on the defense. He urged jurors not be swayed by thee star power of some of Smiths NFL teammates who visited the weeklong trial or by sympathy for Smiths widow.ddddddddddddJurors were to hear a final word from prosecutors and instructions from the judge before beginning deliberations.---2 p.m.The attorney defending the man who killed ex-New Orleans Saints star Will Smith is blaming a passenger in Smiths vehicle for inciting much of the chaos that led to Smiths shooting death following a traffic crash.Cardell Hayes is charged with second-degree murder in Smiths April 9 shooting death.In a Sunday closing argument that has lasted three hours, defense lawyer John Fuller reminded jurors of Richard Hernandez, a passenger in the SUV drove that was rear-ended by Hayes vehicle.Trial testimony indicated Hernandez jumped out of Smiths SUV and wildly stripped of his shirt as though readying for a fight.Hayes testified Saturday that he believed Hernandez had a knife. Hayes said he only shot Smith after Smith grabbed a gun from the damaged SUV. Prosecutors said there is no evidence Smith or Hernandez was armed.---10:30 a.m.The attorney defending the man accused of killing ex-New Orleans Saints star Will Smith in April has told jurors not to be swayed by other football stars attending the trial.John Fuller told jurors in the trial of Cardell Hayes not to be swayed by the parade of fellow football stars that have visited the courtroom and angrily accused prosecutors of unfairly attacking the defense lawyers credibility.Fuller said police failed to thoroughly investigate Smiths death and insisted prosecutors havent proven Hayes guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.Hayes says he shot Smith in self-defense during a confrontation after an April 9 traffic crash. Hes on trial for second-degree murder.Fuller told jurors to consider what would have happened if the situation had been reversed -- if the shooter had been a beloved football star and the victim had been an unknown.---9:30 a.m.A prosecutor is telling a New Orleans jury that former Saints star Will Smith was executed in April by a man who shot him eight times and wounded his wife.Jason Napoli (NAP-oh-lee) made the assertion as closing arguments began Sunday morning in the trial of 29-year-old Cardell Hayes. Hayes is charged with second-degree murder for shooting Smith during a confrontation over an April 9 car crash. Hes also charged with attempted second-degree murder because Smiths wife was wounded that night.Hayes testified Saturday and that he only fired after Smith had retrieved a gun from his damaged SUV.Napoli says Hayes was an aggressor who rammed Smiths car. He dismissed defense claims that Smith was the aggressor and that Hayes is not guilty under Louisianas stand your ground law.---8 a.m.A jury could begin deliberating Sunday in the fatal shooting of New Orleans Saints star Will Smith.Closing arguments are expected in the trial of 29-year-old Cardell Hayes, who would face a mandatory life sentence if convicted of second-degree murder.Hayes fatally shot the former NFL player in April following a collision between his Hummer and Smiths SUV. Hayes also is charged with attempted second-degree murder for shooting Smiths wife, Racquel, in the legs.Hayes took the stand Saturday and said he heard what sounded like a gunshot before he fired in self-defense. He also said Smith grabbed a gun during their confrontation. No other witness said Smith was armed. Prosecutors said the loaded gun remained untouched inside Smiths damaged car. 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