Talk, Talk Jayhawk

Taylor, Phil
November 2007
Sports Illustrated;11/12/2007, Vol. 107 Issue 19, p60
The article focuses on University of Kansas cornerback Aqib Talib who has led the Jayhawks to a 9-0 college football start, while also scoring four touchdowns as a wide receiver. Talib, who plays in the style of his hero ex-Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders, is famous for his cocky attitude, but will not consider himself an elite cornerback until he plays against the best in the National Football League. INSET: One but Not Done.


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