NFL March Madness: No. 3 'Andrew Hawkins Gets Shifty With It' vs. No. 5 'C.J. Spiller Says LOL Jets'

Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

Two of the most elusive players in the NFL square off in the Elite 8 as Andrew Hawkins and C.J. Spiller go head-to-head. Who will advance?

South Region -- Third Round

Elite 8 bracket

(3) Andrew Hawkins Gets Shifty With It vs.

(5) C.J. Spiller Says LOL Jets

(3) Andrew Hawkins Gets Shifty With It

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Hawkins defeated Riley Cooper by just six votes in the Sweet 16, but it was enough to advance. Of all the plays remaining, he may utilize the most juke moves, but that may not be enough to advance past Spiller's impressive run against the Jets.

(4) C.J. Spiller Says LOL Jets

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Spiller took a bit of a different trip to the Elite 8 as he had to win a tiebreaker vote in the first round to even advance to the Sweet 16. The second round proved to be much less of a challenge as Spiller defeated Cam Newton by more than 100 votes. What will happen the third time around?

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