Do you ever watch a sporting event, see a player or coach's face and think he looks familiar? Some of college football's biggest names have very famous look-alikes. Here’s a look at the game's best doppelgangers.
Both Shepard and Chappelle are skinny with similar facial features and are known for light facial hair. The comedian played a basketball-playing version of Prince -– "shoot the J!" -- on his show. But the LSU receiver has the more athletic build.
With a football, the Boise State QB certainly is better than Napoleon Dynamite's Uncle Rico. But the big mop on his head, especially evident in earlier photos, makes him look exactly like the actor who played Napoleon. But can Moore dance like Heder?
Yes, it's easy to compare the two with their long braids and small stature. But the Michigan QB and rapper actually have similar faces – you know, if you take away all of Wayne's tattoos on his face and bling on his teeth.
Billy Bob Thornton
Forget about their personalities. The Alabama head coach and Hollywood bad boy look alike. The all-business Saban and Thornton, more of a free spirit, don't really dress alike, but that's OK. No word on if Saban has ever worn a vile of blood around his neck.
C'mon, you chuckled when you read this. And it's accurate. Actor Emmanuel Lewis -– who played the lead character in the 1980's sitcom "Webster" -– is tiny, and so is James, a 5-foot-9 Oregon running back with a baby face. Just look at those chins.
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