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    buckwheat reacted to :chevy69 in NASCAR TV Schedule: Week of March 6-March 8   
    NASCAR TV Schedule: Week of March 6-March 8
    Friday, March 6
    2:30 p.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series first practice, FS1/FOX Sports App
    3:30 p.m., NASCAR Cup Series first practice, FS1/FOX Sports App
    4:30 p.m., NASCAR Race Hub: Weekend Edition, FS1/FOX Sports App
    5 p.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series final practice, FS1/FOX Sports App
    5:30 p.m., NASCAR Cup Series final practice, FS1/FOX Sports App
    6:30 p.m., NASCAR Race Hub: Weekend Edition, FS1/FOX Sports App
    7 p.m., ARCA Menards Series: General Tire 150 at Phoenix, FS1/FOX Sports App
    On MRN
    3:30 p.m., NASCAR Cup Series first practice
    5:30 p.m., NASCAR Cup Series final practice
    Saturday, March 7
    1 a.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series first practice (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    2 a.m., NASCAR Cup Series first practice (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    3 a.m., ARCA Menards Series: General Tire 150 at Phoenix (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    5 a.m., NASCAR Presents: This Racing Life (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    5:30 a.m., NASCAR Presents: Neil Bonnett (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    11:30 a.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series first practice (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    12:30 p.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series final practice (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    1 p.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series qualifying, FS1/FOX Sports App
    2 p.m., NASCAR Race Hub: Weekend Edition, FS1/FOX Sports App
    2:30 p.m., NASCAR Cup Series qualifying, FS1/FOX Sports App
    4 p.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series: LS Tractor 200, FS1/FOX Sports App
    On MRN
    2:30 p.m., NASCAR Cup Series qualifying
    3:30 p.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series: LS Tractor 200
    Sunday, March 8
    5:30 a.m., NASCAR Presents: Davey Lives On (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    6 a.m., NASCAR Presents: This Racing Life (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    6:30 a.m., NASCAR Presents: Neil Bonnett (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    7 a.m., NASCAR Cup Series qualifying (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    8 a.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series: LS Tractor 200 (re-air), FS1/FOX Sports App
    2 p.m., NASCAR RaceDay: Cup Series at Phoenix, FS1/FOX Sports App
    3 p.m., NASCAR RaceDay: Cup Series at Phoenix, FOX/FOX Sports App
    3:30 p.m., NASCAR Cup Series: FanShield 500, FOX/FOX Sports App
    8:30 p.m., ARCA Menards Series: General Tire 150 at Phoenix (re-air), FS2/FOX Sports App
    10:30 p.m., NASCAR Xfinity Series: LS Tractor 200 (re-air), FS2/FOX Sports App
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    buckwheat got a reaction from :barry in Nationals win first World Series title, storming back on Astros in Game 7, 6-2   
    HOUSTON — Suddenly, it was all over, and the blue-jerseyed visitors were spilling and screaming out of every corner of Minute Maid Park — from their dugout along the third base line, the bullpen in left field, the expanse of outfield, all four corners of the diamond — and converging upon the joyous pile of humanity forming near the center. Once the Washington Nationals had no more giant mountains to climb, they took the small dirt hill of the pitcher’s mound, and they hugged and bounced.
    With one more comeback win, at the end of a comeback season for the ages, the Nationals were World Series champions. A 6-2 victory over the Houston Astros in Game 7 on Wednesday night sealed it, delivering the first baseball title for the nation’s capital since Walter Johnson’s Senators won their only one in 1924. Having existed for the better part of five months as a decided underdog — their chances of winning the World Series on May 24, when they were 19-31, were 1.5 percent — the Nationals had come to live for the daily fight for their lives. And now, the fight was over.

    Seventh-inning home runs by Anthony Rendon and Howie Kendrick, the former an MVP-caliber third baseman possibly playing his last game in a Nationals uniform, the latter a 36-year-old veteran in the deepest autumn of his career, turned a slim deficit into a slim lead for the Nationals. A tacked-on run in the eighth and two more in the ninth provided some breathing room.
    The final out, delivered by reliever Daniel Hudson, settled into catcher Yan Gomes’s glove at 10:50 p.m. Central time, touching off the mad dash to the center of the diamond. A hushed crowd of 43,326 watched the visitors celebrate as the Astros slouched off the field.
    And so ended the longest season in Washington baseball history — one that began on a chilly Thursday in late March, cratered in late May, caught fire in the summer months, tested hearts in September and careened through October like a wobble-wheeled wagon set free at the top of a steep hill. This Nationals season was a wild, screaming, impossibly long ride, one that carried them all the way to the doorstep of November.
    Take a step back and consider what these Nationals accomplished: They notched all four of their wins in this series on the road, in the building where the Astros had the majors’ best home record in 2019, and became the first team since the 2016 Chicago Cubs to take the World Series by winning Games 6 and 7 on the road. They outhit an Astros offense that ranked among the most potent in history. They hung losses on the Astros’ twin aces — Gerrit Cole in Game 1, Justin Verlander in Games 2 and 6 — and outlasted yet another Houston ace, Zack Greinke, on Wednesday night.
    “To win four games on the road in the World Series,” said first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, the longest-tenured National, “it’s almost fitting for us.”
    On a makeshift stage moments after the final out, pitcher Stephen Strasburg, the overpowering victor of Games 2 and 6, was presented with the World Series MVP trophy. The Lerner family, which has owned the team since 2006, stood alongside General Manager Mike Rizzo and Manager Dave Martinez and lifted the Commissioner’s Trophy. Players hugged and waved to their families below. Pitcher Max Scherzer stood off to the side and cried openly.
    “I’m speechless,” principal owner Mark Lerner said. “I’ve dreamed of this my entire life.”
    There had never been an October like this in the nation’s capital, one so full of baseball and life. The last time a Washington team played in the World Series, the original Senators in 1933, it ended Oct. 7. But in the current, expanded playoff format, with 10 teams and four rounds, this October stretched on for week upon glorious week — an exhilarating ride that took them from Nationals Park on the first night of the month to Minute Maid Park the night before Halloween.
     
     
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    buckwheat got a reaction from :hal in Clemson routs Alabama for 2nd CFP National Championship in 3 years   
    Clemson routs Alabama for 2nd CFP National Championship in 3 years
     
     
    I hope we make it again and them also so we can kick butt this time.
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    buckwheat reacted to kya100 in Watch the Fastest Tire Change In the History of Formula 1   
    Max Verstappen took the win at this weekend's chaotic rain-filled German Grand Prix this weekend, but his victory isn't the only thing worth celebrating. His pit crew at Red Bull Racing walked away with a new record for fastest pitstop, taking just 1.88 seconds to fit four new tires to the Dutch driver's RB15.
    The video below shows the pitstop from multiple angles, and even after repeated viewings, it's scarcely believable. It almost appears as though the two front tires are installed at the very same moment. As with any successful pitstop, the entire event appears as one fluid motion, with every member of the team performing flawlessly.
    Verstappen's stop beat the previous record, set by Pierre Gasly and his Red Bull crew at Silverstone earlier in the season, by just three one-hundredths of a second. We have a feeling this time will be tough to beat.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1I-CV59aO_0
    From: Road & Track
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    buckwheat got a reaction from five0 in Martin Truex Jr. wins marathon Coca-Cola 600   
    An exciting restart with four-wide racing and only five laps left paved the way for Martin Truex Jr. to record his third victory in the last five races. The win was Truex's second Coca-Cola 600 victory of his career.
    Truex overcame an early setback in Stage 1 after a flat tire sent the No. 19 car into the wall on lap 74 while leading. Brad Keselowski won the first two stages, with Truex picking up wins in the final two stages of NASCAR's longest race of the season.
    Stage 1 was plagued by a record number of caution flags that predominantly featured Truex and his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates blowing tires. But as the temperatures cooled, handling improved, and the green flag stretches increased. Despite the 16 cautions, the only serious wreck occurred in the final stage when Kyle Larson took out six other cars. No driver was seriously injured.
    Joey Logano finished second for Team Penske who was looking for the Memorial Day sweep after winning the Indianapolis 500 earlier in the day. Kyle Busch rebounded from his first finish of the season outside of the top 10 at Kansas by placing third.
    With the completion of Sunday's race, half of the Monster Energy Cup Series is now in the books with Busch atop the standings. The Cup Series returns next Sunday afternoon for the Pocono 400.
    Sporting News tracked live lap-by-lap updates and highlights from the 2019 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
     
     

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    buckwheat reacted to :luke in working on old boat   
    I heard whls is on vacation fishing lol
     
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    buckwheat got a reaction from :luke in working on old boat   
    before and ........after pics
     
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    whats up with this hottwhls ??
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    buckwheat got a reaction from SargE in Chase Elliott wins Cup race at Talladega as chaos erupts on final lap   
    WINNER: Chase Elliott scored his first victory of 2019 with an assist from Hendrick Motorsports teammate Alex Bowman in front of raucous and appreciate crowd in Alabama, who rose to their feet to give the Georgia native a huge ovation.
    "I just appreciate all the support, it's unbelievable," Elliott said after climbing out of his No. 9 Chevrolet. "This is a special one. This is close to home for me, so it feels like a home race."
    Elliott picked up his fourth career Cup Series win and broke a string of seven consecutive wins for Ford at Talladega. Chevrolet took home the top four spots as Bowman finished second, Ryan Preece third and Daniel Hemric fourth.
    "A lot of teamwork done today, it was huge," Elliott said. "We just a had a plan and executed really well. Fortunately, everybody stayed together and stayed the course, and we had some help on the last lap with that caution."
    The win did not come easy with chaos breaking out on the last lap, ending the race under caution. First, Erik Jones spun toward the infield on the penultimate lap, but the race remained green as his car No. 20 Toyota was safely out of the way of the incoming pack. But one lap later, chaos broke out when David Ragan's No. 38 Ford made contact with the No. 24 Chevrolet of William Byron near the outside wall, coming off Turn 2. 
    Byron's car spun back toward the track, sending the No. 42 Chevrolet of Kyle Larson and the No. 81 Toyota of Jeffrey Earnhardt sailing across the track into the SAFER barrier along the inside wall. Larson's car got airborne just before it slammed into the wall and then barrel-rolled down the backstretch as NASCAR displayed the caution flag, giving race leader Elliott the win.
     
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    buckwheat reacted to socal in Chase Elliott wins Cup race at Talladega as chaos erupts on final lap   
    Thanks for the  post Buck..ya glad Chevy won one finally on the big track
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    buckwheat got a reaction from SargE in Chase Elliott wins Cup race at Talladega as chaos erupts on final lap   
    WINNER: Chase Elliott scored his first victory of 2019 with an assist from Hendrick Motorsports teammate Alex Bowman in front of raucous and appreciate crowd in Alabama, who rose to their feet to give the Georgia native a huge ovation.
    "I just appreciate all the support, it's unbelievable," Elliott said after climbing out of his No. 9 Chevrolet. "This is a special one. This is close to home for me, so it feels like a home race."
    Elliott picked up his fourth career Cup Series win and broke a string of seven consecutive wins for Ford at Talladega. Chevrolet took home the top four spots as Bowman finished second, Ryan Preece third and Daniel Hemric fourth.
    "A lot of teamwork done today, it was huge," Elliott said. "We just a had a plan and executed really well. Fortunately, everybody stayed together and stayed the course, and we had some help on the last lap with that caution."
    The win did not come easy with chaos breaking out on the last lap, ending the race under caution. First, Erik Jones spun toward the infield on the penultimate lap, but the race remained green as his car No. 20 Toyota was safely out of the way of the incoming pack. But one lap later, chaos broke out when David Ragan's No. 38 Ford made contact with the No. 24 Chevrolet of William Byron near the outside wall, coming off Turn 2. 
    Byron's car spun back toward the track, sending the No. 42 Chevrolet of Kyle Larson and the No. 81 Toyota of Jeffrey Earnhardt sailing across the track into the SAFER barrier along the inside wall. Larson's car got airborne just before it slammed into the wall and then barrel-rolled down the backstretch as NASCAR displayed the caution flag, giving race leader Elliott the win.
     
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    buckwheat reacted to :dave in NASCAR at Las Vegas   
    Thanks bud
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    buckwheat got a reaction from :dave in NASCAR at Las Vegas   
    It's always a good day when you can win your sponsor's race, and that's exactly what Joey Logano and the Pennzoil No.22 car did on Sunday in his narrow victory of the Pennzoil 400.
    Logano and Penske teammate Brad Keselowski traded rights to first and swapped paint multiple times in the final 30 laps with Logano barely stathing off his teammate's final attempt at a pass in the last lap. Logano's win was his first of the young season after winning last years Monster Energy NASCAR Cup.
      “It was a lot of fun," Logano said. "It’s a nice feeling to get back in the playoffs. Team Penske 1-2 — it shows the speed we got. Brad was able to get it last week, and obviously with him second and us first, it was a great day for Team Penske.” 
     
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    buckwheat got a reaction from :javier in NASCAR Hall of Famer and Wood Brothers Racing co-founder Glen Wood dies at 93   
    NASCAR Hall of Famer and Wood Brothers Racing co-founder Glen Wood dies at 93
     

     
    Glen Wood, one of the founders of Wood Brothers Racing, passed away Friday morning at the age of 93.
    One of NASCAR’s longest-running teams, WBR was formed by Glen and younger brother Leonard Wood. The organization has 99 victories in the NASCAR Cup Series and has fielded cars for some of the sport’s legendary drivers like Junior Johnson, David Pearson and Cale Yarborough.
    Glen Wood earned four wins as the team’s driver at Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, from 1960-1963. Through 11 years, Wood made 62 career starts. He also had five wins in 89 starts in the Convertible Series.
    By 1964, Wood was finished driving, and his focus shifted to WBR ownership. Glen and Leonard are credited with developing orchestrated pit stops. As an owner, Wood and his family won the Daytona 500 five times (Tiny Lund 1963), Yarborough (1968), A.J. Foyt (1972), Pearson (1976) and Trevor Bayne (2011).
    Wood, who was named one of NASCAR’s 50 Greatest Drivers in 1998, was inducted into the third class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2012.
    “This is a difficult day for all of us at Ford Motor Company,” Edsel B. Ford II said in a statement. “Glen Wood was the founding patriarch of the oldest continuously operating NASCAR Cup Series team, and we consider Wood Brothers Racing a part of our family, the Ford Family."
     

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    buckwheat reacted to five0 in Clemson vs. Alabama part IV: Who has the edge?   
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    buckwheat reacted to hottwhls in Bowl projections: Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, Oklahoma set for College Football Playoff   
    Let's start with the easy part. Alabama is in. Clemson is in. Notre Dame is in. Those are the top three seeds.
    Now for the hard part. Who is No. 4?
    There's three possibilities: Big 12 champion Oklahoma, Big Ten champion Ohio State and Georgia. 
    The Sooners avenged their only loss of the season Saturday by beating Texas for their fourth conference title in a row. Their maligned defense was shaky at times but also made some key plays down the stretch. 
    The Buckeyes won convincingly against Northwestern, breaking open a close game with two late scores.
    The Bulldogs had their best game of the season Saturday in a loss to Alabama. It was a classic, but also their second loss of the season.
    So where does the committee go? Their hand appeared to be tipped last week when Oklahoma was ahead of Ohio State. Nothing about the performances by the Sooners or Buckeyes would seem to indicate a switch. It is possible the Big Ten title could be valued more than the Big 12 championship. Yet, there is also the matter of Ohio State's 29-point loss to Purdue.
    Georgia was outstanding for three quarters before falling apart in the fourth quarter. But while the eye test from Saturday might say the Bulldogs are one of the best four teams, the resume does not. More importantly, they fall short in two of the key criteria used by the committee - record and conference championship.
    It's close. All three teams will be on pins and needles when the field is announced. Only one will be happy. And the signs point to it being Oklahoma in the end.
    A reminder: Some conferences may not fulfill their bowl allotment. Asterisks denote a replacement pick. Teams in bold have confirmed destinations.
     
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    buckwheat got a reaction from :bear in SEC Championship Game   
    3 reasons why Georgia will beat Alabama
    When the only comparison you can make to Alabama’s dominant season comes from a Yale University team in 1888, you’re talking about some serious greatness. The Crimson Tide have kicked butt and taken no prisoners all year, winning all 12 games by 20 points or more for the first time in college football in 130 years.
    But are they unbeatable? Nope.
    Can a team like No. 4 Georgia, who are pretty darn good themselves, go into Atlanta on Saturday and win the SEC Championship Game against the mighty Crimson Tide? Of course they can.
    But it won’t be easy. Alabama is so good that everything will have to go right for the Bulldogs, whopping 13.5-point underdogs, to pull this one out.
    “They are really good. I mean, they have a good team,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. “They’re explosive. I don’t see the weaknesses. … They’re really talented. They do a good job and they’re playing at a really high level. Thing is, when they get on top of you, they know how to finish. They attack teams. They’re constantly attacking. I mean the pressure’s never off.
    “That’s Alabama. They’re just really, really good on putting pressure on you, whether it’s offensively or defensively or special teams. There’s so many ways they can win the game.”
    But here’s the deal: There are so many ways that GEORGIA can win this game, too. And I think they will. Everything will have to break right, of course, but I think when the sun sets in Atlanta on Saturday night, Georgia will be the SEC champions and will have shocked the world.
    I know every season is a new season, but there’s still a lot to take from last year’s National Championship Game. There are three things that I take from that game — and everything that has happened this year with both teams — to make me think that when you put all that information together, Georgia has a chance to win. Here’s how:
    1. Georgia looks at Alabama — and sees themselves
    Confidence is everything in big-time college football, and Georgia’s players strut around with their heads held high. Many of the key players for Georgia were recruited hard by Alabama, and many of the players on both teams know each other well. Georgia, after several great recruiting classes in a row, feels like it has comparable talent to the Tide. And they’re ready to prove that on Saturday.
    2. Georgia is capable of making chunk plays against Alabama
    Alabama’s defense is so good that it’s hard to go on repeated 10- or 12-play drives. But where Georgia has an edge is in their ability to break off big plays with their speedy weapons at all the skill positions. Every week, the Bulldogs reel off huge plays, and before you say, “Yeah, but this is Alabama,” remember back to Mecole Hardman’s 80-yard score in last year’s title game. Long touchdowns could come on Saturday, too, maybe from Hardman again — either as a receiver or a return man — or from running back D’Andre Swift, who has his burst back and has had an 83-yard touchdown and a 77-yard touchdown already in November. Can he have one or two more bursts to start the month of December? Absolutely.
    3. Jake Fromm is a veteran quarterback who will not panic
    Sure, Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa gets the edge in the quarterback matchup. He has been great, and he should be the runaway Heisman Trophy winner. But Fromm is playing against Alabama’s defense, not Tagovailoa, and he is going to play well and score points, too. Now that he has basically started for two full seasons, he has become a true veteran leader of this team. Because of that, he does a great job of getting Georgia in and out of bad plays, which is critical against this tough Alabama defense. What he’s also great at is finding his second and third receivers in his progressions. There’s not always time to do that against Alabama, but he’s so smart that he’ll know where to go first a lot of times, based on the formations and looks that Alabama gives him.
    So, is all this enough for Georgia to win?
    Sure it is.
    What has to happen is that Georgia needs to score a special teams touchdown and get a seven-point edge there. It needs to win the turnover game, keeping a clean sheet themselves and forcing Alabama into a mistake or two.
    And one thing that’s ironic is that Georgia’s biggest edge is with the field-goal kicking. For Georgia to win this game, though, the awesome Rodrigo Blankenship needs to spend his day not kicking field goals, but kicking extra points. Georgia can win this game when they can turn possessions into seven points instead of three.
    My prediction? Georgia’s defense will be stout enough to keep it close. The big plays will come, and a big one will come late. Georgia wins it by scoring touchdowns, and will win 28-24.
     
    all i can say they better have some this.....................................................
     
     

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    buckwheat reacted to hottwhls in USA TODAY Sports college football staff picks for Week 12   
    Historians looking back on this 2018 college football season will certainly be scratching their head at the scenario that is the biggest flashpoint of Week 12. Notre Dame is unbeaten with two games left and has one major test remaining on its path to the College Football Playoff.
    That test wouldn't be its biennial season finale at Southern California, though. It would be against Syracuse. Yes, with the Trojans reeling, the No. 12 Orange look like the lone obstacle that stands in the way of the third-ranked Irish making the field. The game will be played on neutral ground at Yankee Stadium with Syracuse not only looking to play spoiler, but also hoping to take a huge step toward a New Year's Six Bowl.
    There's also a critical game in the Big 12, but it doesn't involve leaders West Virginia and Oklahoma, who will meet next weekend. Both No. 14 Texas and No. 18 Iowa State remain in the race and will meet in Austin. If the Longhorns win, they would likely just need an Oklahoma loss to clinch their spot. If the Cyclones prevail, a West Virginia loss would likely send them to Arlington, Texas.
    The last game featuring ranked opponents sees No. 11 Central Florida put its 22-game winning streak on the line against No. 20 Cincinnati. The Knights are in great shape to grab the Group of Five place in one of the major bowls. But a loss could upset things and open the door for several other contenders, including the Bearcats.
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    buckwheat got a reaction from :tommy in Thought it was a log   
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    buckwheat got a reaction from hottwhls in Alabama, Georgia advance to 2018 SEC Championship Game in rematch of 2017   
    Alabama, Georgia advance to 2018 SEC Championship Game in rematch of 2017
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    buckwheat reacted to hottwhls in Are you serious? Alabama scores two touchdowns on first three plays against Arkansas   
    It didn't take Alabama very long to get on the board during Saturday's matchup with Arkansas.
    And by that, we mean — they scored on the first play of the game.
    Heisman frontrunner Tua Tagovailoa connected with tight end Irv Smith Jr. on a 76-yard strike to put the No. 1-ranked Crimson Tide up 7-0 after just 21 ticks. 
    Tagovailoa, who entered the game with 14 touchdown passes on the year, dumped it off to Smith after a play-action and Smith followed his blockers down the sideline for the score. 
    But 'Bama was just getting started.
    On the second play of the next possession, Tagovailoa completed another pass to Smith, who ran 47 yards down the field before fumbling. The fumble, of course, was recovered by Alabama's Henry Ruggs III and returned 12 yards for the score.
     
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    buckwheat reacted to hottwhls in Bowl projections: More upsets change outlook for College Football Playoff, major bowls   
    Another weekend of upsets brought more changes to the college football landscape.
    This past Saturday saw four top 10 teams knocked off, creating significant changes to the outlook for the College Football Playoff field and the New Year's Six bowls.  
    Georgia's loss to LSU effectively ended any chance of two SEC teams in the final four unless the Bulldogs can recover and defeat an unbeaten Alabama in the conference title game. It's possible the Crimson Tide could get in under that scenario or with one loss to LSU, but they would need some help from other conferences.
    Michigan supplanted Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl after pounding the Badgers for one of the biggest wins in the Jim Harbaugh era. The Wolverines still have some work to do with Michigan State and Penn State coming up on the schedule.
     
    Also on the rise Texas, which assumes a spot in the Sugar Bowl. The Longhorns are in the midst of a six-game win streak and look well positioned in the Big 12 after West Virginia's loss at Iowa State.
    LSU moves forward to the Peach following its defeat of Georgia. Meanwhile, Penn State likely is out of New Year's Six consideration after its loss to Michigan State.
    A reminder: Some conferences may not fulfill their bowl allotment. Asterisks denote a replacement pick.
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