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Congratulations Alabama Crimson Tide!

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Congratulations Alabama Crimson Tide!

Alabama won the National Championship against Ohio State Monday night. 52 – 24.   Not only did they win, records were set.  Were you watching?!   Head Coach Nick Saban surpassed the legendary Hall of Fame Coach Bear Bryant with seven (7) championships for Alabama. Wide Receiver DeVonta Smith for Alabama won the Heisman Trophy for 2020.  He recorded 1,856 yards and 23 touchdowns, with the highest points out of all three (3) of Alabama’s Heisman Trophy winners.    Running Back Najee Harris, Alabama’s No. 1 recruit - yes, the one that hurdled Notre Dame’s Cornerback Nick McCloud seamlessly – wrapped up...

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Final Countdown to the 2021 National Championship Game!  

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Final Countdown to the 2021 National Championship Game!  

Ohio State Buckeyes and Alabama Crimson Tide Face-Off Ohio State’s Quarterback, Justin Fields, was injured during the semifinal game with Clemson last week and went down.  His injuries remain undisclosed. Despite that, Ohio State beat Clemson, 48-28.  Justin Fields, who threw six (6) touchdowns during that game, told Head Coach Ryan Day the next day that he felt better than expected.  He is expected to continue playing in the upcoming National Championship game.  Quarterback Mac Jones of Alabama is one of the best in the country.  Alabama won against Notre Dame in last week’s Rose Bowl, 31-14.  During a touchdown...

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2021 Semifinals Notre Dame vs Alabama - History in the Making

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2021 Semifinals Notre Dame vs Alabama - History in the Making

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish adapted to the fickle sports schedule this year, which proved to work to their benefit.  Not only are they playing good ball, they are making historical moves. Cancellations in NCAA conferences prompted a move on Notre Dame’s part that will go down as historical.    This football season, 2020, is the first time in 133-years that Notre Dame has played in an established conference - the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Traditionally, Notre Dame is in an independent subdivision - Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). FBS independent schools are four-year institutions with seven (7) colleges under this umbrella, currently. FBS independents are...

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Week 16 of College Football - Bowl Week is Here!

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Week 16 of College Football - Bowl Week is Here!

This is an intense week for college football conferences nationwide.  Through the ups and downs of this year’s unpredictable sports schedule, in all categories they are still navigating the course.  With some traditional bowls cancelled, new college football bowls have been spawned in 2020 to accommodate the current climate. Here are this week’s bowl games with a little history about each. Dec 21 – 2:30pm est - PLAYED Myrtle Beach Bowl – Appalachian State 56 vs North Texas 28 The first game of its kind in the state of South Carolina, the inaugural Myrtle Beach Bowl kicked off yesterday at Brooks...

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Recruiting for 2021 & Football Early Signing Top 5 Class Rankings

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Recruiting for 2021 & Football Early Signing Top 5 Class Rankings

Early signing for college football recruits started Wed Dec 16th and will continue through Fri Dec 18th.  There will be updates as more recruits commit through early 2021.  The sports world is challenged but it is doing a good job at navigating new territory.  Both college coaches and potential recruits are adjusting during this unprecedented situation and more changes will emerge. Yet, the spirit of college sports keeps pushing through and moving forward.  Recruiting college players for 2021 has presented new strategies.  Due to travel and safety restrictions, recruits have not stepped foot on the fields they will be playing...

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