A transfer running back from Colorado was running hard during a football practice last year, with an enormous amount of speed that was heating up the field, making the sun jealous. Coach called a 10-draw, so Devvin Richardson zipped around the corner, shook a linebacker, collided helmet to helmet with a corner, whom he ran over before being tackled.”I didn’t think anything was wrong, my neck was just stiff,” Richardson said. But there was. He had dislocated the fifth and sixth vertebrae in his neck, and torn multiple ligaments in the front and back. Doctors told him that he might never play football again. He had other plans.The day after the surgery he told his mom that he was going to be the best running back FAMU had ever seen.