The College Football Hall of Fame put up a brand new display for Alabama WR DeVonta Smith. Smith was the first WR to win the Heisman trophy since Desmond Howard won the prestigious award back in 1991. The only other receivers to win the Heisman were Notre Dame's Tim Brown in 1986 and Nebraska's Johnny Rodgers in 1972.
For the fifth time in six years, the Alabama Crimson Tide (12-0) are appearing in the College Football Playoff National Championship. Bama's eyes are set on their matchup with the third-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes (7-0.) Here are the four keys to success for an 18th Crimson Tide national title.
The Alabama Crimson Tide has put together a historic 12-0 season with its eyes of finishing the year with a national championship game win against Ohio State on Monday. With immense team success, already an SEC Championship and a Rose Bowl win, comes individual honors. The Crimson Tide received numerous individual awards on last night's college football awards show.
The Alabama Crimson Tide will take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 2021 College Football Playoff national championship on Monday, Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. It is the most anticipated matchup of the season with both sides featuring some of the top talent in the nation. What are some of the most important matchups that will determine the outcome of the game?
Alabama's senior wide receiver, DeVonta Smith joins sport's most exclusive club as the 86th winner of the Heisman Trophy. The bronze statue is the latest award that Smith won for his historic 2020 season, he also brought home the Paul Hornung Award today for college football's most versatile player and was named AP Player of the Year last week.
The 82nd Heisman Trophy will be awarded on Thursday, Jan. 5 in a virtual format due to COVID-19. Tonight the Heisman Trophy Trust announced the finalists for college football's most prestigious individual award.