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The College Ball Show is back to Discuss everything that is College Football! This episode features Preview, Debate, & Predictions for #1 Clemson vs. #2 Alabama National Championship Title Game! Also, Quick Bowl Recap and News Segment about Head Coache movement and Juniors entering the draft to turn pro. Stay with the College Ball during the College Basketball season and the NBA Playoffs on a weekly basis! Follow the show on Twitter @RopeADopeRadio
Alabama wins a thriller national championship 45-40.
Two Heisman trophy finalist were on display Who had the better game?
Jacob Coker went from a game manager to a game changer.
Was Nick Saban's onside kick the best coaching move you have ever seen.
Special Teams was very key in this victory was Alabama special teams special or was Clemson special teams the absolute worst you ever seen.
How good can Clemson and Alabama be next year?
This Week show will focus on The 2014 FBU National Championship, set to roll south to sunny Naples, Florida this December! Out of the 192 teams who are about to begin their journeys across 16 different regions of the USA, only 12 teams will advance to FBU Championship Weekend in Naples. NSR Radio will talk Southwest region with the Director of Player Development in the (Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas (San Antonio) region, Dee Jenkins.
After being happily buried by the powers-that-be, Alabama roared through the competition to secure their sixteenth national championship in football. The game was wild which made the result so much sweeter. On top of that triumph, the Crimson Tide basketball team just knocked off undefeated South Carolina. It's a good time to be an Alabama fan. We'll be discussing everything that has happened for the Tide over the past week. The actions starts at 8 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark & Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
Quest for the Snoop Youth Football National Championship 2015. AFC and NFC Teams crowned Regional Lombardi's won! Now its National Championship Football. The First West Coast Youth Football National Championships. Hear about the NFC games. Listen to the coaches from both the NFC and AFC after their wins. Hear from SYFL Texas. Hear from SYFL Colorado. Hear from SYFL Nor Cal. Hear from SYFL So Cal.This is Snoop youth Football 2015. This is Snoop youth Football Radio! With your Hosts Mike and Manny.
Following a 38-0 throttling of the Michigan State Spartans, the Crimson Tide have just one more opponent between them and another national championship. Those Clemson Tigers stand in the way, and BAMS is going to be busy getting everyone prepared for the big contest. BAMS will welcome Phil Kornblut, a writer that has kept his finger on the pulse of the Clemson program throughout the season, as well as welcome Ken Keller back to the program to give us his insight into the game. Finally, we'll be honored by a visit from AP Steadham to talk to us about everything under the Crimson Tide sun. The action starts at 8 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark & Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
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I will be examining the Clemson Tigers' bright future after their loss to Alabama in the National Championship game with Jeff Fan (@TalkinACCSports) and Matthew (@hokiesmash) from the "All Sports Discussion ACC" sports blog. Among the topics to be discussed:
Thoughts on the National Championship game?
Will Clemson be the team to beat next season?
Has the perception of Clemson - and the ACC - changed?
Are African American children purposely being denied basic access to sports competitions so that they can't develop the skills to win? It would seem that way. When funding was cut from the program that supported 20 elementary school football teams, that took away the chance for young players to get valuable experience they could take with them into high school athletics. Coach Ernest Radcliff, head of 50 Coaches and Leaders, discusses why he kept his elementary football program going despite budget cuts, and how he developed the Wolfpack, 7th and 8th graders, from Chicago's South Side, into a winning team that is now headed for the National Championship tournaments in Dallas, Texas. How do we overcome the deliberate attempts to suppress the athletic talents of our children? How do we overcome racial discrimination in sports programs and keep winning ANYWAY?
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