It really is a 3-school race to the top of college football

I don’t need much sample size to repeat again that it is Alabama, Georgia and Ohio without a particular order in the top rankings. You can choose from many other schools for 4th place but what is becoming more obvious is the obvious difference between these teams and the others are the quarterbacks. Bryce Young, Stetson Bennett IV and CJ Stroud – players who may not have the talent in the NFL in the first round, but they are the best in college football.

Alabama quarterback Galen Millereau (4) is rushing to touch down in the second quarter against Arkansas last week.  Millro came in at Crimson Tide when rookie Bryce Young was injured.

I was in Arkansas last week to see ‘Bama visiting the Razorbacks and with Young at the helm of Tide, it was obvious that it was going to be a defeat. Suddenly, Young fell in the second quarter, and although ‘Bama expanded his lead to 28-0, it’s clear that Tide’s attack He wasn’t running at all the speed. Arkansas pulled off a close, trailing 28-23 with a quarter to play, but Bama’s reserve QB Galen Millro sprinted 77 yards to the Razorback 3 and followed a touchdown to let air out of the Arkansas airship. Fayetteville fans were silenced after that.

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