Dawgs on Most Relevant People in College Football

The list is the web site's prediction of the 50 people that will have the biggest impact on the 2004 season.

ATHENS, Ga. - CBSSportsline.com recently named Georgia seniors David Greene and David Pollack two of the "50 Most Relevant People in college football."

Greene is No. 36 and Pollack is No. 38.

Only 12 players were named to the list. Pollack and LSU defensive back Corey Webster (No. 34) were the only defensive players.

Greene has been named pre-season All-SEC first team by the SEC Coaches, Athlon and the Birmingham News. He is also a candidate for the Heisman, Unitas, Maxwell and O'Brien Awards.

Pollack could become only Georgia's second three-time All-American along with Herschel Walker. He has been named pre-season All-Ameirca by Athlon and Lindy's and All-SEC by the SEC Coaches, and is a candidate for the Lombardi, Hendricks, Maxwell, Bednarik and Nagurski Awards.

Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany tops the list at No. 1. Mississippi State head coach Sylvester Croom, Penn State head coach Joe Paterno, Texas-El Paso head coach Mike Price and Colorado head coach Gary Barnett round out the top 5.

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