Alabama 7.5 and 76....

#3
Its going to be tough. Did you see what Smith did on that screen pass for Alabama's 1st TD? Did you see Harris jump over a defender then have the speed to break? You gotta keep in mind Clemsons speedster WR Ross was out entire year. Need a lot of things to go Buckeyes way to stay in game. But yeah, might as well play ML on them. They either win or get blown out.
 
#4
Its going to be tough. Did you see what Smith did on that screen pass for Alabama's 1st TD? Did you see Harris jump over a defender then have the speed to break? You gotta keep in mind Clemsons speedster WR Ross was out entire year. Need a lot of things to go Buckeyes way to stay in game. But yeah, might as well play ML on them. They either win or get blown out.
Uh they were playing Notre Dame
 
#9
Uh they were playing Notre Dame
If I saw more from Ohio State this season I would back them. Alabama entire body of work leads me to believe they can't be stopped or contained without winning the turnover department by at least a couple. The biggest issue is leaving Smith alone. You can't do that. Its a loss from the start. He will beat anybody Ohio State throws at him. Jones will just recognize this and run plays off this like he has done all season. Its impossible to not give up at least 35.With that said Ohio State needs to keep pace all game long and NOT commit even one turnover. Its such a tall task.
 

John Kelly

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#15
With all the talk about Justin Fields, I'll be interested to see where Chris Olave fits on an NFL field and how about running back Trey Sermon?

I know running backs are a dime a dozen in the NFL but that guy runs HARD.
 
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jimmythegreek

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#17
I think the total is set a TD too high. Given Sabans approach to call of the dogs in the 4th, plus a valiant defensive effort against an anemic bunch, the under again wouldn't surprise me.
 

John Kelly

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#24
Now 21-14, Alabama.

Video game stuff.

Where's the defense?

Nick Saban was smart.

He won his six national titles mostly with staunch defense.

After losing a pair of title games to Clemson, he changed his philosophy to outscore opponents.

In-game numbers: Alabama -12.5 and 85.5.
 
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John Kelly

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#30
Final score: Alabama 52 Ohio State 24.

Station Casinos opened the total at 77.

Early UNDER bettors survived tonight's offensive display by Alabama.

There was no scoring over the game's final 13 minutes.
 
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