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18 Best Memes of Clemson Stunning Alabama in the College Football Championship Game

Posted on 10 Jan, 2017, by in College Football

Ding dong, the big bad wolf of College Football is down for the count. Clemson stunned Alabama with a last-second touchdown pass by Deshaun Watson to kick off a slew of memes making fun of the Crimson Tide, Nick Saban, and produce a lot of smiling Lane Kiffin faces, for the first time on the positive side of memes. More

Clemson vs Alabama Predictions

Posted on 8 Jan, 2017, by in College Football

It’s already 2017, but the College Football Playoff championship game between Clemson and Alabama, a repeat from a year ago, is a fitting conclusion to the 2016 season in Division I football, between a team and a head coach trying to extend a historic era for the program, against a program that wants to begin an era just like that. More

Alabama Defense Didn’t Give Up a Single Touchdown in November

Posted on 27 Nov, 2016, by in College Football

The 2016 version of Alabama football might be the best yet that Nick Saban has assembled, finishing the regular season with an incredible month on all front, including clinching the SEC West and remaining undefeated. Perhaps more impressive is their defense not giving up a single touchdown in November. More

Alabama Shut Out LSU for the Third Time in 15 Years

Posted on 6 Nov, 2016, by in College Football

There was nothing surprising about Alabama beating LSU, their sixth consecutive win in the series, and their ninth since the beginning of the season, continuing to establish themselves as the number one team in the SEC and the nation. More

College Football Playoff: Alabama, Clemson, Michigan & Washington in the Driver’s Seat

Posted on 31 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

The College Football Playoff Committee will soon release their first rankings for the 2016 season. Unless they’ve been watching a completely different season, it’ll be Alabama, Michigan, Clemson and Washington, probably in that order as well, that are in the playoff spots. More

Trevor Knight Trying to Become the First Quarterback to Beat Alabama & Nick Saban Twice

Posted on 18 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

There hasn’t been a lot of losing at Alabama since Nick Saban took over as head coach, especially to the same team. Texas A&M with transfer quarterback Trevor Knight will try to be the first team to beat the Crimson Tide this season, while Knight attempts to become the first starting quarterback to beat Alabama twice. More

College Football: When Will the Undefeated Teams Lose

Posted on 10 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

There are 11 undefeated teams in college football as we head into week 7. Trying to figure out when each of them (if at all) will lose for the first time suggests that Alabama, Clemson and Washington look very likely to run the table in their conference, while both Michigan and Ohio State can go into their rivalry game undefeated to close out the regular season. More

LSU & Les Miles Demise Began The Day They Got Crushed by Alabama & Nick Saban in the National Championship Game

Posted on 26 Sep, 2016, by in College Football, Featured

Where did it all go wrong for LSU and Les Miles? If one would be forced to pinpoint a moment on the timeline, it would have to be the BCS championship game on January 9, 2012, when Nick Saban and Alabama shutout the Tigers to claim the title. Things just haven’t been the same since then. More

The Highest Paid State Employee in the United States? Nick Saban, Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach

Posted on 22 Sep, 2016, by in College Basketball, College Football

A perfect example of just how big of a business college football has become is the salaries of head coaches. For example, Nick Saban, the head coach of Alabama, is the highest paid state employee, not just in the state of Alabama, but in the entire United States. More

Most BCS/New Year’s Six Bowl Game Appearances 2008-2015

Posted on 17 Aug, 2016, by in College Football

In another attempt to determine the most dominant programs in College Football over the last 8 seasons, we took a look at the number of major bowl game appearances for schools since 2008, which means either a BCS Bowl or a New Year’s Six Bowl Game since the era of the College Football Playoff was ushered in. We narrowed the list down to six schools with at least 4 such appearances. The Pac-12 is the only conference with two on the list, which could suggest quality, or simply parity. More