|Written by Vincent Di Mello|
Bet on NCAAFThe Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) plays its' title game on December 10th, 2011 in Birmingham, Alabama. The Alabama A&M Bulldogs take on the Grambling State Tigers in what is sure to be a real donnybrook at Legion Field. The Bulldogs come into play with a 8-3 record and a 7-2 record in the SWAC. They've been on a tear all season winning eight of their last nine games. The Bulldogs average 20.6 points per game on offense and 18.7 points per game on defense. The Bulldogs are led by 10th year head coach Anthony Jones. The Tigers come into play with a 6-4 record and a 5-3 record in the SWAC. The Tigers are also on a hot streak winning their last five games this season. The Tigers average 23.2 points per game on offense and 22 points per game on defense. The Tigers are led once again by NFL legend Doug Williams who's in his first year of his second stint in coaching Grambling State. College football odds for the SWAC Title Game.
The Bulldogs are led behind center by dual-threat junior QB Deaunte Mason (1,814 passing yards – 682 rushing yards – 48.2 completion pct – 10 passing td's / 6 int – 106.1 passing rating – 3 rushing td's). The main man behind Mason taking the carries is junior RB Kaderius Lacey (254 carries – 1,154 yards – 7 td's). Redshirt freshman WR Montarius Smith (43 catches – 617 yards) and junior WR G'Alonzo Milton (26 catches – 337 yards – 8 td's) bring up the rest of the Alabama A&M attack. College Football Betting Skaction on the SWAC Title game
The Tigers have two capable QB's in sophomore Frank Rivers (967 yards – 48.2 completion pct – 10 td / 10 int – 130.9 rating) and freshman D.J. Williams (575 yards – 47.9 completion pct – 7 td / 4 int – 113.96 rating). Sophomore RB Dawrence Roberts (128 carries – 846 yards – 6 td's) leads the Grambling State running attack. The receiving core is led by seniors Mario Louis (36 catches – 756 yards – 12 td's) and Damian Jefferson (12 catches – 208 yards – 4 td's).
Pride will be on the line here as these two superpowers collide with the Bulldogs taking on Doug Williams' troops. One can bet that somewhere in the stadium or perhaps above it, that Eddie Robinson will be looking on with glee.