Watch Jimmy Kimmel Picks ASU to Win CFP National Championship

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Late night funny man Jimmy Kimmel made a bold prediction on ESPN today picking ASU to win the first ever CFP National Championship.  I’m not typically a betting man, but I’m guessing this isn’t going to work out for Jimmy. Think I’ll stick with the Ducks.

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Alabama reportedly set to open new Falcons stadium in 2017

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The Alabama Crimson Tide will reportedly open its season in Atlanta when the Falcons open their new stadium in 2017, according to Ivan Maisel.

If this plan works out, it will be Alabama’s first time back in Atlanta since 2014, when the Tide played West Virginia. Alabama will open its season at the Dallas Cowboys’ stadium over the next two seasons against Wisconsin and USC, respectively.

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New York Post pitches Nick Saban as New York Jets head coach

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Nick Saban is on an incredible roll at Alabama, and he’s unlikely to leave anytime soon. But you can’t fault the New York Jets — who fired their head coach and general manager Monday following a 4-12 season — if they at least take a glance at one of the best coaches in football today.

Saban has won three National Championships during his tenure at Alabama and lost more than two games just twice in eight seasons. He’ll coach the Tide in their New Year’s Day matchup with Ohio State as part of the College Football Playoffs.

Before coaching at Alabama, Saban spent two seasons with the Miami Dolphins. He finished his first season at 9-7, before concluding his sophomore campaign with a 6-10 record.

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Jim Harbaugh Press Conference Live: ‘I’ve Dreamed About This Since I Was Young’

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12:31 p.m.: Harbaugh makes no guarantees about Michigan’s rivals or about winning.

12:30 p.m.: One young journalist gets a personal shoutout from Harbaugh.

12:26 p.m.: Harbaugh is revered as a “savior” for U-M football, but it’s not a title he’s comfortable with.

12:17 p.m.: Harbaugh wraps up his opening remarks by pledging greatness. 

12:14 p.m.: Harbaugh…

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