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View Poll Results: Who is your National Champion?
Alabama 18 38.30%
Michigan 17 36.17%
Georgia 11 23.40%
Cincinnati 1 2.13%
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Old 12-06-2021, 08:42 AM
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Every year there is talk of needing a full playoff and by the time all regular season games are played the top 4 teams are obvious.
Who is your National Champion??
Alabama
Michigan
Georgia
Cincinnati
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Old 12-06-2021, 09:34 AM
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Alabama 27-24 over Georgia.
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Alabama 27-24 over Georgia.
I will take Georgia 27-24...bet you dinner at the Chocolate Moose next time we are there!
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Old 12-06-2021, 10:16 AM
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Done, although if I lose it will be at the Thunderbird Lodge sitting on the deck. Love their Wild Rice soup.
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Until they have a true playoff with a team coming from each of the major NCAA conferences this really does not mean much. its better than nothing, but still a joke when teams are chosen.
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Done, although if I lose it will be at the Thunderbird Lodge sitting on the deck. Love their Wild Rice soup.
Deal. I will need a ride. Ha!

It could all be moot if the Dawgs get bit by the Wolverines...
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Old 12-06-2021, 10:26 AM
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College football would blow their collective minds if Cincy upset Bama. Don't see either scenario happening but thats why they play the games I guess.
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Cincy and Georgia were our gas stops during spring break in college on our way to Florida and Saban wants no part of Harbaugh. As a season football tickets owner beginning in the 70's, guess who I pick??

My AlMa Mater. the leaders and best.
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I don't think Saban fears Harbough, he might not be to excited to face that running game though. Michigan will need to beat Georgia first and of course Bama will need to win also.
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Michigan's OC is Josh Gattis who knows 99% of Bama's playbook.

"Saban was unhappy with his then-assistant coach Josh Gattis before Harbaugh and Michigan even entered the picture. Following the end of the 2018 season, Gattis caught an earful from Saban when he broke the news to him that he was planning to become the offensive coordinator at Maryland. "I had just left a meeting with Nick Saban getting my butt chewed out for about 20 minutes telling him I was leaving and he was trying to keep me to stay," Gattis said. "It did not go over well." But, as he left his meeting with Saban, his phone rang. It was Harbaugh, who offered him the chance to be Michigan's OC instead, which he accepted. An assistant leaving under unpleasant circumstances isn't new. It happens every offseason. But that Gattis aired out a private conversation publicly, and on Harbaugh's podcast no less, was another matter entirely. If Harbaugh was looking to stick it to Saban, he hit his target."
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