Alabama’s Crimson Tide will have a chance to defend its national title, after defeating the Cincinnati Bearcats 27-6 at the Cotton Bowl, one of their two semi-finals on the football circuit. University College, Friday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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Crimson Tide reached the NCAA Ultimate Game for the sixth time in seven years, after defeating the Ohio State Buckeyes 52-24 in 2020.
In today’s duel, winning quarterback Bryce Young broke a franchise record with his 44th assist of the season, surpassing the previous record set by Tua Tagovailoa. On the line in the first quarter, Young joined Slade Bolden for eight yards.
Young didn’t finish his workday, however, as he landed another key throw, this time 44 yards, against Ja’Core Brooks moments before the end of the second quarter. The hub added a third touchdown pass in the third quarter, joining Cameron Lato at nine yards.
Young finished his game by completing 17 of 28 surrenders for 181 yards. He was also the victim of an objection.
However, the Crimson Tide River has stood out on the ground, covering 301 yards overall. Running back was Brian Robinson Jr. It is the most productive, reaching 204 yards on 26 buggies.
At the Berkats camp, the attack struggled to find its speed. Pivotal Desmond Ridder completed 17 of 32 passes for 144 yards. Cincinnati also had to settle for two field goals throughout the game.
In the final, Crimson Tide will face the Orange Bowl winner, where the Georgia Bulldogs will face the Michigan Wolverines in the evening.
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