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A NEW IDEA FOR THE PLAYOFFS

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To make the College Football Playoffs even more exciting, here’s a proposed schedule:  One that will satisfy the usual behemoth participants and add flavor to the expression “We’ll play anyone anywhere anytime…”

First Round:

Alabama plays Marshall (7-0)
Clemson plays Coastal Carolina (8-0)
Ohio State plays Cincinnati (8-0)
Notre Dame plays BYU (9-0)

Winners move on to semi-finals…

Fun!

UPDATE ON JJ —

He’s still a dominate player in the NFL and J.J. Watt also continues to make a difference off the field.

The 2010 Lott IMPACT Trophy winner from Wisconsin, Watt intercepted a pass and ran 19 yards for a touchdown just last weekend.

Widely known and respected for his inordinate amount of charity work, Watt heads the Justin J Watt Foundation, which has donated more than $5 million worth of equipment to 6th to 8th graders for after-school athletic programs.  The three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year was also instrumental in raising $37 million for Hurricane Harvey relief in 2016.  That, in part, earned hm Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year recognition.

The 31-year-old Watt was also married this past off-season to professional soccer player Kealia Ohai.

His foundation’s stated mission: Dream Big – Work Hard. For sure.

Names in the news:

Jaret Patterson of Buffalo ran for 409 yards and EIGHT touchdowns

Saturday…Sarah Fuller became the first woman to participate in a Power 5 Conference game when she handled the kickoff duties for Vanderbilt

Saturday…Arkansas star linebacker Bumper Pool, who is on the Watch List for the Lott IMPACT Trophy, confirmed that is his given name.

 

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