The final week of the college football season was a smashing success, a week in which saw; Army and Navy battle it out in the fog, last-second field goals, and a group of Tigers go down into the swamp and escape with a massive win. The final week of the regular season was beyond the wildest dreams of every college football across the country. Saturday also saw the likeness of Sarah Fuller nail two extra points to become the first-ever female to score in a Power Five College Football game.
Starting off the day, it was Alabama flexing the week before the SEC Championship with an impressive 52-3 road win at Arkansas. More impressive than the score itself was the stellar performances from Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith. The Alabama offense was clicking on all cylinders.
Next up, it was the Army Black Knights battling through the fog to sink the Midshipmen of Navy by a score of 15-0. For the first time since 1942 ( World War 2) these, two rivals met on the campus of West Point for a thrilling College Football game. This matchup between Army and Navy resembled those of the days of Roger Staubach for Navy and The Four Horsemen for Army.
Following the Army and Navy game, we had a thrilling finish in Memphis, where Riley Patterson nailed a game-winning field goal to defeat the Houston Cougars.
In Middle Tennessee, it was Sarah Fuller who stole the show with two extra-point attempts to become the first-ever female to score in a power five college football game. Despite Vanderbilt falling short to the Tennessee Volunteers, it was still a cool moment for history to be made in Nashville last night.
Down in the Swamp, it was the LSU Tigers who completely wrecked all hope Florida had in making the College Football Playoffs. It came down to a careless taunting penalty from the Gators to push Coach O and the Bayou Bengals past the finish line.
Lastly, Saturday night saw Coach Gus Malzhan coach his final game as the Auburn head coach. A game in which the Auburn Tigers defeated Mississippi State in Starkville by a score of 24-10.
The Conference Championships are set to kick off this weekend with storylines so thick you could slice them with a butter knife. We’ll have you covered all week here on The Mitch Davis Show with podcasts and articles!