After a bruising opening weekend, most members of the Southeastern Conference will get a little easier opponent this weekend; the notable exceptions being South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
It’s wash, rinse, repeat in the college football top 25 rankings with the Alabama Crimson Tide once again ranked as the number one team in the country.
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide are in a familiar position in the season’s first USA Today Coaches poll of 2013, looking down at the rest of the college football world.
Wash. Rinse. Repeat. That’s almost what the Southeastern Conference media believes will happen in the 2013 season.
Former Florida International University head coach Mario Cristobal is now a former University of Miami coach as well after accepting the job of offensive line coach at the University of Alabama.
University of Miami Hurricanes assistant football coach Mario Cristobal is in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and was expected to interview for the Crimson Tide’s vacant offensive line coaching position, according to a report from 247sports.com.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban had made it look easy since taking over the Tide, leading the team to three national championships in four years thanks to Monday night’s shellacking of Notre Dame. But for Saban, the time to celebrate is brief as he’s already looking to next season.
Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron led his team to its second championship in a row Monday night. But while McCarron may be just becoming a household name, after the BCS Championship Game, his girlfriend’s name and image was on everyone’s mind.
When Alabama took its opening drive and ran right through Notre Dame’s defense in the BCS National Championship Game Monday night, little did the more than 80,000 fans at Sun Life Stadium know it was the beginning of a massive crimson tidal wave.
Well, if that absolute mauling of the Fighting Irish didn’t prove that 1.) Notre Dame isn’t back; 2.) Notre Dame doesn’t belong on the field with the SEC Champion; and 3.) the SEC is the best conference by leaps and bounds in college football nothing will. It’s a post-BCS edition of the Agenda today.