It’s not a week in college football without a lawsuit and/or a scandal and this week had both. Justin covers the two best and two most overrated coaching moves around college football’s assistant coach talent pool. Film Don’t Lie also covers weird lawsuits with Dan Mullen and Miami, the upcoming NFL Combine, Miami’s DL coach Craig Kuligowski heading to Alabama, and the Arizona Wildcats sex scandal.
Check out my Coachspeak podcast episode with Richard Johnson of SB Nation College Football – here
The article called College Football’s 5th Quarter is here
Film Don’t Lie covers the Coaching Carousel in this week’s episode. Justin talks about Alex Grinch’s move/demotion from Washington State to Ohio State, Herb Hand leaving Auburn for Texas, Mike Locksley as offensive coordinator of Alabama instead of Huge Freeze, Charlie Weis Jr’s resemblance to McLovin and his hiring at FAU, and Kevin Sumlin being hired as head football coach at Arizona. Enjoy some graphics, the ticker and my raspy voice.
Justin discusses the College Football Playoff National Championship Game itself, but also the narratives he talked about heading into the game. Justin also covered a look ahead to the off-season (spring games, the NFL Draft, and recruiting), and a look head to the 2018-2019 College Football Playoff!
Justin discusses the College Football Playoff National Championship Game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide. He covers the main narratives leading up to the game including: the UCF Knights being left out of the playoff, mentor versus protege in Saban vs Smart, Power offense versus Bama’s defense, and an All-SEC title!
Click here for my 5th Quarter article for Saturday Blitz on 5 National Championship Narratives
The College Football Playoff is coming our way and the two semifinal games are the Rose Bowl on January 1st at 5pm eastern time and the Sugar Bowl on January 1st at 8:45pm eastern. The Rose features the #3 Georgia Bulldogs taking on the #2 Oklahoma Sooners while the Sugar features the #1 Clemson Tigers taking on the #4 Alabama Crimson Tide.