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In honor of David Letterman's last show, here is Marcus Mariota top 10 after he won The Heisman

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I don't watch any of the late night shows, but David Letterman signing off for the last time last night was still a little bit crazy to me.  It seems like he has been on my whole life...and he basically has...at least according to his Wikipedia page.  His first late night show on NBC was February 1st, 1982.  I was six months old.

So the Titans aren't the type of team that have players that are in demand for shows like Letterman's, but Marcus Mariota was on there after he won The Heisman.

The more interesting thing here is how different that top 10 was than the won Mariota's camp was originally given:

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">In honor of Letterman&#39;s finale, here&#39;s top 10 list he had Mariota practice from before totally changing it <a href="http://t.co/fFEGs09mUR">pic.twitter.com/fFEGs09mUR</a></p>&mdash; Andy McNamara (@McNamaraUO) <a href="https://twitter.com/McNamaraUO/status/601099074561908736">May 20, 2015</a></blockquote>

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(h/t SB Nation)