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Mac Jones Shines as Patriots Reel Off 6th Straight Win
Jones went 23-of-32 for a career-high 310 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions as the Patriots cruised to a 36-13 victory over the Tennessee Titans to win their sixth consecutive game.
Tua Tagovailoa Dazzles as Dolphins Win Fourth Straight
The former Alabama quarterback became the fourth quarterback since 1950 to complete 80% of his passes in back-to-back games with a minimum of 30 pass attempts in each game.
John Metchie Delivers an Iron Bowl Performance to Remember
John Metchie delivered a Iron Bowl performance that the Alabama faithful will remember forever.
Josh Jobe Makes Potential Season Saving Play
It has been a tough year for Alabama cornerback Josh Jobe, but the senior made a play that may have saved the Crimson Tide’s national championship hopes.
Xavier McKinney is One of the NFL’s Top Safeties
The second-year player registered a team-high eight tackles, two pass breakups and one interception as the New York Giants held onto a 13-7 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Ja’Corey Brooks Introduces Himself to the College Football World
The Crimson Tide needed a young wide receiver to stepped up in the teams most critical moments of the season and Brooks delivered.
Bryce Young Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week
Alabama quarterback Bryce Young has been named SEC Offensive Player of the Week for the fourth time this season.
Brian Robinson Jr. Shines on Senior Day
On a day where the seniors were honored inside Bryant-Denny Stadium, Robinson gave one last great performance in front of his hometown crowd.
Jameson Williams Makes Alabama History
He became the first player in school history with four receiving touchdowns of at least 75 yards in a single season.
Mac Jones Leads the Patriots to Fifth Straight Win
Jones became the first rookie quarterback to complete 80% of his passes in back-to-back games