Ever since he was replaced by Tua Tagovailoa in the National Championship game against Georgia, it seemed inevitable that Jalen Hurts would someday leave Alabama. It was essentially a guarantee this year after Tua’s impressive season, despite Hurts’ heroics in the SEC Championship. Hurts wasted no time finding his new home, as he announced that he will be transferring to Oklahoma, where he will be eligible immediately. This transfer is huge for all of college football, but let’s take a look at the three aspects that it affects the most.
It’s official. After nearly a month of rumors, Justin Fields is leaving Georgia and transferring to Ohio State. Fields’ decision obviously has many implications for the entire college football landscape, but especially for Ohio State. Here are the three biggest: Continue Reading!
This Monday, the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers will play each other in the College Football Playoff for the fourth straight year, and for the third year with the National Championship at stake. This is a matchup that many people were expecting in the offseason, and it should be no surprise that expectations have turned into reality as these are by far the two best teams in college football. With that being said, let’s take a look at what should be yet another exciting showdown between the Tide and the Tigers. Continue Reading!
The Game is finally here, but this year is a little different than years past. Ohio State will be walking into this matchup as about a four point underdog against the fourth ranked Wolverines. Michigan has looked far more impressive than Ohio State this season with their only blemish being a seven point loss at Notre Dame, the third ranked team in the country. The Wolverines have been firing on all cylinders this season and their “Revenge Tour” has victimized Wisconsin, Michigan State, and Penn State, with the last target being the Buckeyes. If the Buckeyes want to avoid being the last victim, they MUST do these three things: Continue Reading!
This Saturday is the start of November football, but November has wasted no time delivering the goods. Georgia and Kentucky clash for the SEC East championship in a top ten matchup, and Michigan squares off with Penn State in the Big House, the Wolverines’ first major test since week one. Although those are two great and extremely important games, they pale in comparison to the crown jewel of college football on Saturday. Continue Reading!