Final
ESPN
College Football Playoff - Championship Game by AT&T
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
    1 2 3 4 T
» Clemson
(14-1, 7-1 ACC)
0 7 7 21 35
Alabama
(14-1, 8-0 SEC)
7 7 10 7 31
FBS Polls - Final (Jan. 10)
  • AP Poll
  • 1. Clemson
  • 2. Alabama
  • 3. USC
  • 4. Washington
  • 5. Oklahoma
  • 6. Ohio State
  • 7. Penn State
  • 8. Florida State
  • 9. Wisconsin
  • 10. Michigan
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. Clemson
  • 2. Alabama
  • 3. Oklahoma
  • 4. Washington
  • 5. USC
  • 6. Ohio State
  • 7. Penn State
  • 8. Florida State
  • 9. Wisconsin
  • 10. Michigan

Former Syracuse player sentenced to 10 years in stabbing (Yahoo Sports)

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) -- A former Syracuse University football player has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for the stabbing attack on two of his former teammates last year.

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Former USC football assistant coach John Jackson dies at 81 (Yahoo Sports)

John Jackson, who coached star tailbacks Marcus Allen and Charles White during their Heisman Trophy-winning seasons at Southern California, has died. Jackson was running backs coach from 1976-81 and also worked as offensive coordinator under coach John Robinson. After leaving USC, Jackson worked 17 years with California Sports Inc. as a special assistant to Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss.

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Jerry Sandusky's son waives hearing in child sex abuse case (Yahoo Sports)

Jerry Sandusky's adult son won't be in court next week for a hearing on accusations he pressured a teen girl for naked photos and asked her teen sister to perform a sex act. Jeffrey Sandusky on Friday waived a preliminary hearing on charges that include solicitation of statutory sexual assault and solicitation of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse. The 41-year-old Sandusky is a state prison corrections officer and the adopted son of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

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Clemson defensive tackle Pagano leaving football program (Yahoo Sports)

Clemson defensive tackle Scott Pagano is leaving the program. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney said the 6-foot-3, 295-pound native of Hawaii wants to play his final season closer to his home, probably somewhere on the West Coast. Swinney said Pagano, a part-time starter, told him he had accomplished his goals at Clemson of graduating and winning a national championship.

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