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Welcome to another episode of "The Sideline Sports Show with DC Hendrix." This episode, DC will have Sideline Sport's College Football Analyst Brian Emejuru on the show to discuss the College Football Playoffs, as well as the finalists for the heisman trophy.
The race for the NFL Playoffs is reaching it's peak as teams are becoming very competitive in order to capture a playoff spot. DC will discuss the Eagles-Seahawks matchup and who are the favorites in the NFC and AFC.
All of the latest headlines in the sports world and DC will dicsuss that and much, much more!
There were no changes in the top five of the college football playoff ranking poll. This means that the Big Ten Championship game could determine which team will represent the Big Ten, in the College Football Playoff. Iowa stayed in the fourth posiition and will play number five Michigan State, in the Big Ten championship game. Ohio State looms at number six, but would need an enormous amount of help to defend its title.
Clemson remains the number one ranked team and will take on North Carolina, in the ACC championship game. Clemson has been the number one ranked team every week in the college football playoff ranking. North Carolina has won 11 straight games and will try to execute the biggest upset of the football season.
Alabama, ranked second, will battle with the Florida Gators, in the SEC championship game. The lone blemish, for Alabama, was a 43-37 loss to Ole Miss. Florida was destroyed by Florida State last week, 27-2, dashing any hopes of making the playoff.
Oklahoma occupies the thrid position and is idle during conference championship week. The Big 12 does not have a conference championship. By not playing, this could secure a spot in the playoff. Should Michigan State win, that could propel them to fourth but probably not over Oklahoma. Ohio State is ranked sixth, but is also idle. The worst case scenario is an Iowa win which could possibly move Oklahoma to fourth, should Clemson and Alabama win. The best case would be losses by both Clemson and Alabama. This could propel Oklahoma to a number one spot without playing.
With four conferences occuping positions in the top four, the NCAA could not have asked for a better end to the season. Should the favorites win, the playoff will have representation from the SEC, ACC, Big 12, and Big Ten. This could cause a debate on how teams are selected for the Championship
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Episode 002 includes:
College Football Playoff Rankings
Texas High School Football Playoffs
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The controversy around the old BCS continues with its successor, the Selection Committee, after it posted the final four teams for the inaugural football playoffs. We will talk about how the committees' choices and how they arrived at their conclusion.
We will also talk about Peyton Manning after almost three years since he joined the Broncos and what impact he has made.
The controversy of the BCS continues with the new College Football Playoff system as the Selection Committee made its final rankings of the four playoffs teams of the inuagural playoffs on New Years as Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Ohio State.
We'll also talk Peyton Manning has he been a success in his almost three years as the Broncos signal caller? How do we rate John Elway and John Fox as they are in the fourth year of their rebuilding plan?
Join Omie D and Rodney Fisher of RFSportsRadio.com as they discuss the College Football Playoffs and NFL Playoffs.
Join Freddy Wills as he breaks down what's on the line in week 13 of college football from a betting perspective. It's rivalry week and Freddy will break down all the big games that matter, including a few small conference games that matter! Subscribe to Freddy Wills premium picks newsletter at www.sportsbetcapping.com/freddywills
Kobe Bryant announced this week that he will be retiring at season's end. Where does he rank among the best all-time? What is your favorite/most memorable moment during his era? The Golden State Warriors are off to the best start in NBA history. How long will they maintain? Who has the best chance to dethrone the Splash Bros. & Co.? We're nearing the College Football playoffs and after concluding rivalry week and vastly approaching conference championship play, which teams will get in? Who deserves to be in? Who's overrated? Who's underrated? After UGA parted ways with Head Coach Mark Richt in Athens, who will they turn to next? Who is the best fit to occupy the vacancy? Was the release long overdue? These questions answered tonight only on Tate's Take!!!
recapping Pitt, Wake, and previewing BC.