The postseason college football format might be new, but the results for Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide remain the same. Alabama snagged its first national championship of the College Football Playoff era Monday night, defeating No.
College football’s 2015-16 bowl season is officially over. A whopping 41 postseason games dotted the schedule this year, with Alabama edging Clemson 45-40 for the national championship on Monday night.
Alabama earned its fourth national championship in seven seasons under Nick Saban, edging Clemson 45-40 in a back-and-forth, entertaining battle in Glendale, Ariz. on Monday night. After several blowouts in bowl season and in the New Year’s Six matchups, the national title game for the 2015 season lived up to the hype and was one of the best matchups of the year.
So there inside AT&T Stadium on New Year's Eve was Alabama's so-called albatross carving up a highly touted defense that a month earlier had stifled Ohio State's star quarterback J.T. Barrett to 9-of-16 passing for a measly 46 yards.
It was announced on Wednesday that the University of Tennessee football program and defensive coordinator John Jancek have decided to mutually part ways. Jancek had served as defensive coordinator for the Volunteers for three seasons under head coach Butch Jones.
With less than a week before the end of the 2015 college football season, Kirby Smart is taking his time on filling out his coaching staff at Georgia. I mean the guy is still trying to win another national championship at Alabama.
Alabama and Clemson will meet on Jan. 11 in Glendale, Ariz. to decide the 2015-16 college football national championship. Both teams earned convincing wins in the playoffs, setting the stage for an intriguing matchup at University of Phoenix Stadium.