UPDATED on Saturday, 1/13/24, at 7:55 a.m. Eastern. All great things come to an end at some point. Fortunately for the University of Alabama, Nick Saban’s retirement didn’t come until he bagged six national titles, 10 SEC championships and 206 wins in a dynastic 17-year tenure that started in 2007 and ended today. ESPN’s Chris … Saban retires after iconic 17-year tenure at Alabama
DraftKings has released the numbers for the sides in all four of the hypothetical matchups for the finals of the College Football Playoff. The two semifinal winners will collide at NRG Stadium in Houston on Jan. 8. We discussed the semifinals earlier this week, and now let’s talk about the potential games we could see … DraftKings has lines for all 4 potential games in CFP finals
Published on Wednesday, 11/29/23, at 12:58 p.m. Eastern. Updated on Friday, 12/1/23, at 2:44 p.m. Eastern. As of early Wednesday afternoon, most books had Georgia (12-0 straight up, 5-7 against the spread) installed as a favorite in the -5 (Westgate SuperBook) to -6.5 (BetOnline) range in Saturday’s SEC Championship Game vs. Alabama in Atlanta. The … Edwards: SECCG Preview and Prediction
FanDuel has posted spreads for three hypothetical conference-championship games. Let’s start with the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta, where the expectation is for yet another Alabama-Georgia showdown. FanDuel had the Bulldogs listed as 5.5-point favorites this morning, but they’ve been adjusted to -4.5. Alabama was +168 on the money line earlier, but that number has … FanDuel posts hypothetical lines for conference-championship games
As is its weekly custom, DraftKings released its look-ahead lines for Week 10 on Wednesday night. Let’s start with an SEC East showdown that could determine who meets the winner of the SEC West in Atlanta on the first Saturday in December. Georgia (7-0 straight up, 2-5 against the spread) actually faces another division rival … Week 10 Look-Ahead Lines: UGA heavily favored vs. Mizzou
Any college football fan worth his or her salt doesn’t need to be reminded what the “Third Saturday in October” means. It’s Alabama-Tennessee weekend, though whether it endures in this annual fashion is open to some conjecture as the SEC transforms itself again next season with the additions of Texas and Oklahoma, and the schedules … “Third Saturday in October” can mean only one thing!
Alabama is going back to Jalen Milroe as its starting quarterback in Week 4 when it hosts Ole Miss in the SEC opener for both schools. Milroe started the Crimson Tide’s first two games, but he didn’t play in this past Saturday’s 17-3 win at South Florida. Nick Saban announced the move back to Milroe … Saban names Milroe as Alabama’s starting QB vs. Ole Miss