Reading Time: 4 minutesEvery year in college football there is major roster turnover. As players leave their old teams and venture onto the NFL, colleges must find replacements. This year there is no greater turnover than at the quarterback position. All four of the playoff teams from last season are set to have new starting quarterbacks. But who are these new faces, where do they come from and what can we expect from them? The Alabama Crimson Tide will have a sophomore at the helm by the name of Bryce Young. Young is a smaller prospect standing 5’11 with...Read More
Category: CLEMSON CFB
Reading Time: 2 minutes1. Mac Jones – QB, Alabama For the first time in the 2020 CFB season, a new face has taken the top spot in the Heisman power rankings. Alabama’s Mac Jones has surpassed Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence after leading the Crimson Tide to a perfect 6-0 record. Jones, a 6-foot-3 Junior from Jacksonville, Florida, has led Alabama to become the number one ranked team. Though the Crimson Tide had a bye week, Jones looks to bring his 2,196 passing yards, 16 touchdowns and a near-perfect 95.4 QBR into their remaining four matchups. The versatile pocket-passer holds his...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes1. Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson The Tigers’ fan base was struck with the ground-breaking news regarding Trevor Lawrence prior to their week nine matchup with Boston College. Per multiple reports, Lawrence has tested positive for COVID-19 and will have to self-quarantine for a minimum of 10 days. This devastating news leaves Dabo Swinney and Clemson without their star Quarterback for two weeks. Though edging out Boston College in a nail-biting finish, Clemson prevailed 34-28 to avoid the upset with their true freshman under center. It’s clear that the Tigers without, Lawrence, are just not the...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesOn Thursday night, the college football world was stunned by the news that Clemson QB, Heisman favorite, and potential NFL first pick Trevor Lawrence had tested positive for COVID-19. He was officially ruled out for Saturday’s contest between the Boston College Eagles and Clemson Tigers. Here’s why BC has a legitimate shot of defeating #1 Clemson in Death Valley on Saturday. 1. Clemson’s Backup QB D.J. Uiagalelei Has Never Started a NCAAF Game Every sports fan knows how hard it is for a backup to come into a heavily pressured situation. That is just the case...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes1. Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson Despite having the worst outing of his 2020 season, Trevor Lawrence and the Tigers still tacked Syracuse with a 47-21 win. Lawrence wasn’t sharp from the start but still energized the box score. Tossing his second interception this fall, which resulted in a pick-six, this kept Lawrence on his toes for the entirety of the game. Darting a season-high 43 passing attempts with 27 completions, Lawrence ended the night with 289 passing yards, two passing TD and one INT. The projected no. 1 pick will have to keep his pace...Read More
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