News – BR – DeVonta Smith performs, Alabama skips Notre Dame in college football semifinal

This Friday, the first day of the year, we had the first college football semi-final. The # 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (10-0) put in a great performance of his offense to beat the # 4 Notre Dame Fightning Irish ( 10-2) by 31-14, at the Rose Bowl, AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas It was the first time since 1942 that the Rose Bowl, traditionally played in Pasadena, Calif., Was not held in the southern Golden State. At the time, the area was exposed to Japanese attacks during WWII and the game was moved to North Carolina. This year the transfer was made due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in the region By Crimson Tide, quarterback Mac Jones, candidate Heisman, had a great start, 297 yards, 25/30 completed passes and four touchdowns His main focus was wide receiver DeVonta Smith, another Heisman candidate, MVP of the game and top 10 in the next draft. And he simply indoctrinated There were seven receptions for 130 yards, game-leader, with an average of 186 and three touchdowns The tight end, Jahleel Billingsley was the other player to receive a pass into Jones’ end zone in the match Najee Harris was the field leader in the game, with 125 runs out of 15

Fighting Irish failed to stop the Alabama steamroller despite strong defense Ian Book had 229 yards and an interception, plus 55 extra yards for a touchdown. Running back Kyren Williams was the ground crew chief with 16 points for 64 yards In the receiving group, tight end Michael Mayer had seven receptions for 62 yards The Alabama started with his foot in the gate, after forcing a punt in Notre’s first campaign. -Dame Mac Jones fired 26-yard DeVonta Smith to open the scoring in the Rose Bowl Crimson Tide extended in streak with Jones’ new pass, this time to Jahleel Billingsley, 14-0 The campaign featured some incredible play of Najee Harris, who pounced on cornerback Nick McCloud to win the first down.

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Fighting Irish not to let the difference be too big, went to the end zone for the first time with Kyren Williams in a short run early in the second quarter Crimson Tide responded in kind to the next campaign in a new connection Jones / Smith, 34-yard-wide receiver In the dying seconds of the first half, Notre Dame attempted to close the gap, but kicker Jonathan Doerer missed the shot for 51 yards, 21-7 at the break , the defense of Nick Saban’s team got a nice interception with Christian Harris during the Fighting Irish opening campaign in the second half. In just over two minutes, Bama hit the fourth touchdown of the game Mac Jones’ short pass to DeVonta Smith, third touchdown off the wide receiver in a confrontation, during a movie reception. At the start of the last quarter, the Crimson Tide handed points to the scoreboard with the feet of kicker Will Reichard, on a 41-yard kick, 31-7 Fighting Irish attempted his second touchdown in the match, Ian Book even ordered his attack on the redzone of Bama, but on a 4th & 10 on the 13th row, the quarterback threw an incomplete pass to Avery Davis Brian Kelly’s team in the dying seconds of the game finally entered the end zone from the start of the second quarter time with a short run from Ian Brook. Finals 31-14, Alabama Crimson Tide Nick Saban will now try his seventh college title and sixth under Alabama to isolate himself as the only head coach with the most titles in history The Crimson Tide await Sugar Bowl winner between Clemson Tigers and Ohio State Buckeyes to get to know their opponent in the 2021 College Football Playoff Final on the 11th at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida

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