A father of an Alabama cornerback shares the sentiment of Crimson Tide fans about the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.
Earl Little Sr., the father of Earl Little Jr., was not feeling Monday’s title game between Georgia and TCU.
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Little played nine seasons in the National Football League and looks forward to seeing what his son does at Alabama. He shared his feelings about the CFP title game via Twitter. Little said the CFP Committee did not choose the four best teams and stated they ‘did not want to see Alabama in the dance.’
Be careful what U ask 4. I’m not a UGA fan! I give credit where it’s due. The SEC Champs showed Sonny how the BIG Boyz play. @CFBPlayoff the BEST 4 teams wasn’t N the playoffs. Let’s B real here. They didn’t wanna see @AlabamaFTBL N the dance. pic.twitter.com/WcaGLMR7x4
— Earl Little Sr. (@Earl20201) January 10, 2023
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