ESPN’s David Pollack Explains How Ohio State Can Beat Alabama
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ESPN’s David Pollack shared his thoughts on how he thinks Ohio State can walk away with a victory over Alabama after Monday's national title game. Per 247Sports...

“Having watched all the tape, if you go back and you watch Arkansas – Arkansas did the best job of limiting explosive plays. Mac Jones threw for 200 years, DeVonta Smith had 28 yards receiving and three catches. How’d they do it? They rushed three and dropped eight. They had a bunch of people in coverage and they said, ‘we aren’t giving up the big play. You want to run the football? So be it’. They were still down 38-3 at halftime! 38-3! They did a great job, they did an awesome job!”

(The Spun)
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OSU wins 21-17 if Bama fields it's walk-ons and scout team.
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Mac Jones, wow what a long career
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Pollack is a whore.
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With the right combo of magic and fairy dust it could happen.
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He should be a coach since he knows how to beat Saban
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When has Pollack ever been right about anything?
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