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CFP Ranking: Top-4 stands firm, Bama slides

For the fifth straight week, the College Football Playoff Committee congregated in Texas to re-evaluate the top teams in college football. While there was no movement near the top, what happened outside of the Top-4 was the talk of Tuesday night. Top-4 stands firm During rivalry weekend, the Top-4 teams …

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Without Tagovailoa, Alabama Will Finish the Season with Mac Jones

Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa went down with a scary injury on Saturday against Mississippi State. He was carted off the field and eventually airlifted to Houston for surgery. Tagovailoa is out for the remainder of the year with a dislocated hip. Here’s the injury to Tua Tagovailoa. #CollegeFootball #RollTide #BAMAvsMSST pic.twitter.com/8XjQP0LkCl …

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No. 3 Alabama vs. No. 2 LSU Preview

Alabama and LSU will face off on Saturday in the biggest game in college football this year. The two SEC West heavyweights are playing for more than just bragging rights this time around. SEC and College Football Playoff seeding is on the line. Both teams are on the inside of …

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Ten Undefeated Teams left in College Football

Week 9 just kicked off in the 2019 college football season, and there are still ten undefeated teams remaining.  The Wisconsin Badgers just recently fell off the list last week after losing 24-23 against Illinois. The Boise State Broncos also just fell short after their Saturday lose against BYU. 1️⃣0️⃣ …

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Trask’s Story Grows On The Road

Trask, no. 11, will look to etch his name into the list of Gator Greats

“Welcome to Death Valley — where opponents’ dreams come to die.” That was LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron’s message to viewers when ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi interviewed him ahead of the Tigers’ top-10 matchup with the Florida Gators on Saturday. Classic Coach O. “Welcome to Death Valley where opponents dreams come …

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Gators’ Defense Looks to Bounce Back

It had been since the 2015 season that a Florida Gators defense allowed over 500 yards of total offense. Florida allowed 511 to the LSU Tigers this past Saturday in a 42-28 loss. The Gators were shredded both through the air and on the ground. LSU quarterback Joe Burrow had …

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