Will playoff regulars Ohio State, Oklahoma and Clemson get back to the College Football Playoff in 2022?
COLLEGE FOOTBALL, USA -- Entering the 2021 season, Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Oklahoma accounted for 20 of the 28 appearance in the College Football Playoff, and for six straight seasons between 2015 and 2020, those four teams took three of the four playoff spots each year. On the most recent episode of The College Football Survivor Show, that was the discussion entertained by Doug Lesmerises and Shehan Jeyarajah. Elliott, the offensive coordinator, became the head coach at Virginia, and Venables took over as the head coach at Oklahoma. And don’t miss the Tuesday episodes of The College Football Survivor Show, available only to listeners on Apple Podcats. Subscribe to The College Football Survivor Show, which talks about the College Football Playoff all year, wherever you listen to podcasts, including:* Spotify* Apple* Google Podsmlive.com
Michigan target Keon Sabb, a top-100 recruit, decommits from Clemson
Michigan’s football program appears to be in a good position to land Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy four-star safety Keon Sabb. 80 overall recruit in the 2022 class, per 247Sports’ Composite rankings, decommitted from Clemson on Monday, and the Wolverines are the favorite to land the talented defensive back, according to 247Sports’ Anna Hickey. Sabb’s decommitment comes a day after Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables left to take the head coaching job at Oklahoma. “Michigan the likely landing spot,” Hickey reported. If Michigan can land Sabb, he would become its second top-100 recruit in the class, joining Grosse Pointe South five-star cornerback Will Johnson.mlive.com
Isaiah Simmons Could Be The Answer For Lions On Defense
Some players have started to fit that bill, none the likes of Isaiah Simmons. Simmons is built for todays NFL, said NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah, and his role could change week to week, depending on the opponent.Simmons specialty is his versatility. I can fit in anywhere, Simmons said.Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables lined him up all over the field except nose tackle and defensive tackle. While Mathieu can play anywhere in the back seven, Simmons produced at all three levels on defense at Clemson. The hardest part about it is just the mental aspect, having to know what everybody else has to do, Simmons said.detroit.cbslocal.com