Sport Scott Frost takes shot at Alabama's national title count

18:31  17 may  2018
18:31  17 may  2018 Source:

Alabama reportedly hires Nebraska recruiting director

  Alabama reportedly hires Nebraska recruiting director Nebraska losing a recruiting director in the middle of spring evaluation isn't the most ideal situation.According to multiple reports, Alabama is set to hire Bob Welton as a director of player personnel. Welton was hired by Frost to serve as Nebraska’s recruiting operations director after previously working at Tennessee, but now it appears Welton will be staying in the SEC after all. The timing is less than ideal for Nebraska, given the current spring evaluation period on the recruiting calendar currently in effect.

ALABAMA . Shots fired? Scott Frost , asked what he thought about Alabama ’ s QB change in title game — “[Tua] was pretty obviously better & they had 12 games to figure that out & didn’t.” 5 teams that would be national title contenders with Jalen Hurts as the starter in 2018.

Sporting NewsDecember 2, 2017. Scott Frost takes parting shot at CFP selection committee' s 'conscious' UCF snub. Nebraska won the National title in 1997 with Frost at the helm.

Scott Frost© (Getty Images) Scott Frost The rift between Central Florida and Alabama took another turn Thursday when former Knights coach Scott Frost questioned Alabama's legitimacy.

"Alabama probably has one or two national championships they claim that weren't necessarily recognized by everybody," Frost told Omaha TV station KETV (via

Frost, now the coach of Nebraska, led UCF to a 13-0 season capped with a victory over Auburn in the Peach Bowl. But the Knights were controversially left out of the College Football Playoff despite being the only undefeated team in FBS.

Central Florida decided to anoint itself as the real national champion despite Alabama making it through the CFP to be crowned champion. Last season's UCF players received championship rings, and the program unveiled a championship banner last month.

While UCF won't go into the record books as last season's national champions, Scott's persistent reminders about the flawed playoff system could help a non-Power 5 team in the future.

Alabama governor opposes parole for brutal killer .
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is opposing parole for a woman convicted of killing a Georgia teenager more than 35 years ago. Ivey is urging the state's parole board to reject an early release for Judith Ann Neelley.Members are scheduled to consider her case on Wednesday.Neelley was convicted with her husband of killing 13-year-old Lisa Ann Millican, who was abducted from a mall in Rome, Georgia, in 1982. The girl was sexually assaulted, injected with drain cleaner, shot and dumped into a canyon in northeast Alabama.Neelley was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to die, but Alabama Gov.

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