The wait is finally over!
After Saturday’s conference championship games, there was no question about who the top 3 teams would be in the College Football Playoff as we knew Alabama, Clemson, and Notre Dame would take the top three spots.
But what about the No. 4 seed? Would Oklahoma get in after defeating Texas by 12 in the Big 12 Championship game? What about Ohio State, who beat Northwestern by three touchdowns in the Big Ten Championship game? Or was it possible that Georgia would hold on to the No. 4 spot, despite blowing a 28-14 lead and losing to Alabama in the SEC Championship game?
Well, the College Football Playoff committee has spoken and here the top 6. Alabama will play Oklahoma and Clemson will play Notre Dame in the national semifinals.
No. 1 Alabama
No. 2 Clemson
No. 3 Notre Dame
No. 4 Oklahoma
No. 5 Georgia
No. 6 Ohio State
The #CFBPlayoff top 6️⃣:
1️⃣. Alabama // @AlabamaFTBL // #RollTide
2️⃣. Clemson // @ClemsonFB // #AllIn
3️⃣. Notre Dame // @NDFootball // #GoIrish
4️⃣. Oklahoma // @OU_Football // #BoomerSooner
5️⃣. Georgia // @FootballUGA // #GoDawgs
6️⃣. Ohio State // @OhioStateFB // #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/mbzqBXnQl7
— College Football Playoff (@CFBPlayoff) December 2, 2018
REPORT: Detroit Tigers zeroing in on free agent shortstop
There is little question about it, 2019 will likely be another rough year for the Detroit Tigers. In fact, do not be surprised if their final record ends up worse than it was this past season when they finished 64-98 in the American League Central.
General manager Al Avila has made it clear that the team is focused on rebuilding and blowing big money in free agency is not something that will not be happening anytime soon.
But that does not mean the team will not be active in free agency as they will look to add a few players here and there.
One position the Tigers will focus on adding in free agency is a shortstop as Jose Iglesias is moving on.
According to a report from Jon Morosi, the Tigers have narrowed their shortstop wishlist down to Alcides Escobar, Freddy Galvis, Jody Mercer, and Adeiny Hechavarria.
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