College football media reacts to Alabama’s Cotton Bowl win over Cincinnati
The college football media world reacted to the Alabama Crimson Tide’s return to the National Championship Match following their victory over the Cotton Bowl over the Cincinnati Bearcats.
The Alabama football program has seen a mass exodus of talent to the NFL after they won the CFP national championship in 2020. Although the team is in the process of “reconstruction,” they have grasped. chance to win consecutive championships.
On New Year’s Eve, Alabama beat the Cincinnati Bearcats 27-6 in the Cotton Bowl Classic to claim their spot in the National Championship Game.
Members of the college football media world immediately shared their thoughts on the latest Crimson Tide feat.
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Alabama impressed from the start, as they held the ball 10 times against Cincinnati. But in the 11th inning, 2021 Heisman winner Bryce Young connected with Slade Bolden on an eight-yard touchdown pass.
While Cincinnati were in for most of the game, they just couldn’t make it to the final quarters. The Bearcats scored just six points and total fouls was 218 yards.
Rerun Brian Robinson Jr put on a stellar performance on New Year’s Eve, when he ran 204 yards on 26 executions. That line of stats earned him the Game’s Best Offensive Player award.
Midfielder Will Anderson Jr won Defensive Player, when he scored six tackles and two tackles against Bearcats midfielder Desmond Ridder.
Alabama will now participate in their sixth CFP National Championship Game. They will now await the winner of the Orange Bowl between the Michigan Wolverines and the Georgia Bulldogs.
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