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Gus Malzahn is returning to the college football sideline, reportedly agreeing to a multi-year deal to become the UCF Knights’ next head football coach.
Central Florida is expected to hold an introductory press conference Monday afternoon, introducing the 55-year-old former SEC coach as the new leader of the program. Malzahn will replace Josh Heupel, who followed former UCF athletic director Danny White to the Tennessee Volunteers. Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel first reported the news of Malzahn’s hiring.UCF Knights hire Gus Malzahn as head coach

Heupel bolted from UCF in January, following in the footsteps of the same AD who hired him for the position. The Knights immediately began their next coaching search, marking the second time in five years they needed to find a replacement head coach.
Scott Frost first took over the program in 2016, turning a 0-12 team into a six-win club. The following year, UCF went 13-0 and capped it off with a Peach Bowl victory over Gus Malzahn’s Auburn Tigers. After the undefeated season, when UCF called itself the national champion, Frost left for Nebraska.
Heupel – previously the quarterbacks coach and co-offensive coordinator for the Oklahoma Sooners (2006-’14) – was hired in 2018. With the program Frost built, he went 22-4 with a 1-1 bowl record in his first two seasons. But things unraveled in 2020. The Knights went just 6-4, often collapsing in close games and their year ended with a defeat in the Boca Raton Bowl.

Needless to say, UCF swung for the fences with its latest coaching search. Malzahn went 68-35 (39-27 in SEC play) at Auburn, winning the SEC and Coach of the Year honors in 2013 after a 12-2 season. During his tenure with the Tigers, Malzahn was one of the few coaches who had any kind of success against Nick Saban.
Auburn has started to slide in recent years. The team went 8-5 in 2018, 9-4 in 2019 and finished with a 6-4 record in a COVID-shortened season this past year. Once ranked as a top-10 team in the preseason rankings, the Tigers slipped out of the top 25 when action wrapped up. Ultimately, Auburn’s boosters chose to pay Malzahn a $21.7 million buyout, replacing him with Boise State’s Bryan Harsin.
Malzahn could prove to be an outstanding hire. He’ll be recruiting in Florida, one of the most talent-rich states for football players. With an electrifying offense, he can also point to players he has sent to the NFL to showcase his track record of success. Most importantly, he’ll be coaching in the American Athletic Conference. Instead of facing programs like Alabama, Georgia and LSU, his team will face Cincinnati, Tulsa and South Florida.
Even if this proves to be a stopping ground for Malzahn, UCF will likely receive a ton of praise for this hire. It upgraded its head coach and with quarterback Dillon Gabriel, this offense will be exciting in 2021.

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The 2020 college football season, as crazy as it was, has concluded. A victory for all associated. While we don’t know what the landscape of the 2021 season will look like, we’re already focused on looking forward.Here are some of the storylines to keep in mind ahead of the 2021 college football campaign.

 

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The era of COVID-19

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The biggest question facing the 2021 college football season is simple: What will that look like? Will all conferences be back in action? If so, will teams be able to complete a full schedule as planned, and can stadiums once again be packed? The easy answer at the moment is: We don’t know. Vaccines, positivity rates, contract tracing, etc. There’s nothing wrong with wishful thinking, but it’s also not wise to deny reality.

 

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Keep the caution coming

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Regardless of what the college football season looks like in 2021, expect mitigations and policies put in place to tackle the coronavirus in 2020 to remain in place for years to come. Any sense of normalcy might still be a year or so away — depending on which medical expert we’re also talking about. Also, there’s a new President of the United States and an administration that is most likely to follow the science. Perhaps more masks and even various lockdowns? Remember it’s all fluid.

 

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OK, now that we’ve talked a bit about the coronavirus and the continued role it’s playing in college football, let’s shift to what’s happening on the field. That starts with trying to figure out the best team in the land for 2021. Obviously, it’s easy to start with reigning national champion Alabama. It should be Bryce Young’s team to lead and the Crimson Tide will certainly reload instead of rebuilding, as always is the case. Meanwhile, Clemson, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Georgia, and Notre Dame all expect to challenge for a national title. Nothing new there.

 

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Tide on the roll again

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No program has repeated as national champion since Alabama during the 2011 and ’12 seasons. So, can the Crimson Tide do it again after going 13-0 to win their sixth national championship since 2009? Considering teams like Clemson and Ohio State also have some deep holes to fill, Alabama might be in a better position than others to move forward as favorites for the 2021 title with quarterback Bryce Young leading the way.

 

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Looking for that darkest horse

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So, it seems the usual names and traditional powers are likely to again be in the hunt for a national title to conclude the 2021 campaign. But, what about those darkhorse national championship contenders? The obvious choice might be Cincinnati. The Bearcats went 9-1 and earned a New Year’s Six Bowl berth in 2020. Quarterback Desmond Ridder returns, and Cincinnati’s defense could be just as stout in 2021 as the one that allowed an average of just 16.8 points in 2020. Others to watch: Iowa State, maybe? What about Texas and its new leadership?

 

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We’ve already brought up potential participants in next season’s College Football Playoff. The question, however, is will there be more than four teams involved? Expansion of the CFP is a hot topic, especially after this topsy-turvy season. Will expanding the CFP happen for the 2021 season? The safe bet seems to be “no.” That said, talks will surely continue, rumors will fly and options are likely to remain open that this will grow beyond just four teams.

 

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COVID-19 made a mess of the 2020 bowl season. Many were canceled and some might not surprise going forward. Something to certainly keep an eye on in 2021. Add that into the conversation regarding any conversations about the expansion of the College Football Playoff, and the future of “Bowl Season” as we’ve come to know over the years could look different — perhaps as early as later this year. 

 

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Now, just because a program does not reach the CFP doesn’t mean its season is any less successful if their record is good. In 2020, schools likes San Jose State, Coastal Carolina, Ball State, and Liberty all enjoyed some historical level of success. While we expect Coastal, Ball State, and Liberty to remain on the rise in 2021, one team to keep an eye on more than others is Indiana. Yes, the Hoosiers, who went 6-2 and nearly took down Ohio State this past season. Under the guidance of coach Tom Allen, Indiana will worth watching to see if it can be even better in 2021.

 

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Time to bounce back

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It would be easy to give some perennial national college football powers a pass for struggling in 2020. That said if so, it’s also imperative that those teams show they can bounce back in 2021. Most notably, Penn State, which opened with five straight defeats for the first time in the storied history of the program. The Nittany Lions, however, manage to win their final four games and build some confidence for 2021. And, LSU, which struggled defensively and was inconsistent on offense, but did beat then-No. 6 Florida and finished 5-5. Other programs poised to rebound from sub-par or underachieving seasons in 2020 include Wisconsin (4-3 in 2020), Minnesota (3-4), and Arizona State (2-2).

 

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Heading in the wrong direction

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When it comes to programs on the decline, we’ll stay in the Big Ten to see if Michigan can bounce back from its horrendous 2-4 abbreviated 2020 season. There’s also no sign that 2021 will be much better for the Wolverines, who were held to 21 or fewer points three times in 2020. And yet, coach Jim Harbaugh will be back on the sidelines. Now, Michigan is not alone when it comes to prominent programs potentially headed for a decline. Virginia Tech (5-5 in 2020), Kansas State (4-6), Northern Illinois (0-6), Arizona (0-5), and Mississippi State (4-7) all have something to prove in 2021.

 

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Change of address

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Speaking of Notre Dame, that leads to some transfer talk. With Ian Book gone, the Irish appear to enter the 2021 season with former Wisconsin quarterback Jack Coan under the center. Coan, who threw for more than 3,200 yards in three seasons with the Badgers, missed 2020 with an injury and now expects to highlight the transfer class of 2021. It will be interesting to watch when Notre Dame takes on Wisconsin in Chicago on Sept. 25. Other expected transfers of note: Quarterback McKenzie Milton going from UCF to Florida State and Baylor’s Charlie Brewer moving to Utah.

 

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Irish on their own again

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Notre Dame enjoyed a strong 2020 season, reaching the CFP while playing in the ACC on a temporary basis. The Irish might not have as easy a time in 2021 when they go back to an independent slate. Notre Dame will still play five teams from the ACC — Florida State, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia Tech. However, USC, Wisconsin, Cincinnati, and Stanford are on the schedule. 

 

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Trying to follow up DeVonta Smith’s act from 2020 will be a tough one. But someone has to be awarded the Heisman Trophy for the 2021 season. So, who should be on the preseason Heisman shortlist? How about North Carolina’s Sam Howell, who has thrown for 7,227 yards and 68 touchdowns in his first two seasons? Or, Oklahoma’s Spencer Rattler, who completed 67.5 percent of his passes for 3,031 and 28 TDs in 2020. Continuing with the quarterback theme, Alabama’s Bryce Young, Clemson’s D.J. Uiagalelei, USC’s Kedon Slovis and perhaps Miami’s D’Eriq King are also worth watching. Topping the non-quarterback list, Iowa State’s Breece Hall, should he return, after rushing for 1,572 yards and 21 TDs.

 

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Young and hungry

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Is there a future Heisman winner among those true freshmen hoping to make an immediate impact in 2021? Perhaps. Although, the country’s best true freshman might set up shop on the defensive side of the ball this coming season. Defensive end Korey Foreman, who is headed to USC, is regarded as the No. 1 incoming recruit in the country. It’s worth also keeping an eye on another defensive end in Ohio State’s Jack Sawyer. 

 

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Riding the coaching carousel

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All eyes will be on former Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian as Texas head coach. Sarkisian went 46-35 during head-coaching stints at Washington and USC and now will try to elevate the Longhorns to national title contenders. Other coaches in new spots to keep an eye on Bryan Harsin (formerly of Boise State) at Auburn, Bret Bielema back in the Big Ten with Illinois, and Shane Beamer now coaching Mississippi State.

 

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That seat’s getting hotter

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While we’ll keep our eyes on those coaches in new places, what about those in danger of losing their jobs in or after the 2021 season? Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh is an easy hot-seat coaching target, but he received a contract extension . That said, Harbaugh’s Big Ten-buddy Scott Frost at Nebraska might not be so fortunate with plenty of pressure to record his first winning campaign entering his fourth season with the Cornhuskers. Others like Tennessee’s Jeremy Pruitt and even USC’s Clay Helton continue to feel the heat.

 

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Appointment viewing

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While we’re uncertain how many people will be allowed to attend college football games in 2021, that won’t diminish the interest in some of the bigger non-conference contests scheduled for next season. Among the marquee matchups: Reigning national champion Alabama faces Miami, FL, and Clemson takes on Georgia — both Sept. 4. The next week, Oregon will visit Ohio State (Sept. 11). Though it might not be a competitive contest, Nebraska and Oklahoma will hook up on Sept. 18, to celebrate the famed 1971 “Game of the Century” between these former Big 8 rivals. Finally, on Oct. 8, CFP-buster Cincinnati will visit Notre Dame.

 

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The Sun (Belt) is rising

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The Power Five get all the attention, but when it comes to the Group of Five, the Sun Belt might become a major player regardless of league status. At one point this past season, three schools from the Sun Belt were ranked, and Coastal Carolina and Louisiana finished 2020 in The Associated Press Top 25 with a combined 21-2 mark. Appalachian State (9-3 in 2020) is also among the top Group of Five teams in the country. leaving the Sun Belt as a conference to be reckoned with again in 2021 and perhaps beyond.

 

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Don’t forget about the FCS

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While we tend to focus on the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) is still planning on going ahead with its “2020” season come spring. The 2020-21 FCS season is slated to begin in February and conclude with the national championship game on May 16, in Frisco, Texas. Things will look different, obviously, most notably that the FCS playoffs will be trimmed from 24 teams to 16. It’s also safe to say that eight-time FCS champion North Dakota State will be favored to win a fourth consecutive title.

 

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The NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) legislation that could compensate college athletes for their celebrity status might not be on the radars of many casual football fans, but it’s worth keeping an eye on throughout 2021. It’s unsure, at the moment, when any of this will be resolved or a decision will come to the forefront since the NCAA is poised to delay the vote on the matter. Still, the vote has potentially historic ramifications for the future landscape of college athletics, especially football and basketball.

Jeff Mezydlo has written about sports and entertainment online and for print for more than 25 years. He grew up in the far south suburbs of Chicago, 20 minutes from the Mascot Hall of Fame in Whiting, Ind. He’s also the proud father of 11-year-old Matthew, aka “Bobby Bruin,” mascot of St. Robert Bellarmine School in Chicago. You can follow Jeff at @jeffm401.

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While there is no imminent effort to expand the College Football Playoff, many of the sport’s leading figures are still asked regularly if a proposal should be on the table.
Alabama coach Nick Saban was asked that question on “The Rich Eisen Show” this week, and while he did not take a stance, he did raise an important question that decisionmakers will have to answer. Saban pointed out that the playoff has reduced the importance of other bowl games, and questioned whether regular bowls and the playoff can coexist.
“I just wonder sometimes if having a playoff and bowl games, and that was the unique thing about bowl games in college football, a lot of players got self-gratification for having good seasons,” Saban said, via Brad Crawford of 247Sports. “They got to go to a bowl game, their families, the program, everything sort of got some positive self-gratification of what they were able to accomplish even though they weren’t national championship caliber or playoff caliber.

“Now that’s all been diminished a little bit. You just wonder to yourself, can playoff and bowl games co-exist, or should we just have more teams in the playoff? I’m not saying I’m for it or against it. I think that’s the question people need to answer.”
Saban’s point is similar to one previously raised by Urban Meyer, who went a step further and used it to endorse playoff expansion. It’s true that players want to play in the playoff, and other bowl games don’t mean what they used to mean. This is increasingly gaining momentum as something those in favor of expanding the playoffs point to as evidence to back their proposals.

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As expected, Trevor Lawrence did not do anything on Friday to remove himself from being the favorite to go No. 1 overall. The three-year Clemson starter went through his early pro day, throwing for teams (including the Jaguars) on campus. He will not be throwing again for a while, however.
Lawrence estimated he will be able to throw again at some point in the next two months but added that it could be four or five months until he receives full clearance for all football activities, per Field Yates of ESPN.com.

News emerged last week of Lawrence needing surgery on his left shoulder, and while it would certainly benefit the incoming rookie to be able to throw without restrictions during the spring and early summer, 2021 draftees’ first NFL offseasons are expected to be mostly virtual. Whereas rookie QBs from drafts prior to the 2020s went through rookie minicamps, OTAs and minicamps, this class might not take the field with their respective teams until training camp. By then, Lawrence could be ready to go.
The 6-foot-5 passer weighed in at 213 pounds Friday, but NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah expects the high-end prospect to be closer to 230 by the time he reports to camp. Clemson listed Lawrence at 220 pounds last season. Representatives from 17 teams showed up Friday to observe the 21-year-old prodigy, per ESPN.com’s Michael DiRocco, with Urban Meyer, OC Darrell Bevell and passing-game coordinator Brian Schottenheimer leading the Jacksonville contingent.

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As Jeff Borzello wrote for ESPN, the Ivy League typically does not allow athletic redshirts or permit graduate students to participate in recognized athletic competitions. This has led to numerous graduated basketball players transferring to other schools to complete their collegiate eligibilities. 
However, the Ivy League announced in a statement shared by Borzello that it will allow senior student-athletes to play one last season as graduate students after the conference canceled both fall and winter sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Borzello noted this is a one-time change related to the health crisis and will be only for 2021-22 seasons. The Ivy League will revert to its typical rules past the 2021-22 calendar. 

The Ivy League declared: 
“Student-athletes who wish to take advantage of this waiver must be admitted to (and then enroll full-time) as degree-seeking graduate students through regular channels at their undergraduate institution. They must receive waiver approval from their institution’s 5th year advisor and the waiver request must be processed and approved by the Ivy League office. Existing Ivy League financial-aid rules will continue to apply.”
The Ivy League is the only Division I conference that canceled all winter sports because of the coronavirus pandemic. 

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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Florida Gators football programs are planning for a potential new rivalry a decade from now. 
Both Notre Dame and Florida confirmed on Tuesday that the schools will meet for a home-and-home series that will take place in 2031 and 2032. The Irish will host the Gators on Nov. 15, 2031, and Florida will serve as the home team for a matchup scheduled for Sept. 11, 2032.
Somewhat surprisingly, considering their standings in the college football community, these massive programs have only met once. Notre Dame rallied from behind to defeat Florida 39-28 and win the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1, 1992. 

Arkansas, Auburn, Kentucky and Mississippi State remain the only SEC teams Notre Dame has never played in football. Florida, meanwhile, also has Texas and Arizona State listed as non-conference opponents for 2031. In 2032, the Gators will play Notre Dame and NC State. 
During the pandemic-altered 2020 season, Notre Dame won 10 straight contests but then lost to the Clemson Tigers in the ACC championship game and the Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Rose Bowl. 
Florida ended the year at 8-4 overall after a blowout loss to the Oklahoma Sooners in the Cotton Bowl.

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Trevor Lawrence will throw for teams much earlier than his draft-eligible quarterback peers. Instead of throwing at Clemson’s pro day in March, Lawrence will do so Feb. 12 before undergoing surgery, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com.
The widely expected No. 1 overall pick plans to undergo a procedure on his left shoulder labrum, per Schefter. Lawrence appears set to spend his first NFL offseason recovering but is expected to be ready for training camp, where he will likely be on track to start for the Jaguars.
Doctors discovered this injury recently, per Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Lawrence will undergo the procedure this month in order to be in better position to return by training camp, Mike Garafolo of NFL.com notes.

This news obviously should not be expected to affect Lawrence’s status atop the draft. The surgery will be on the three-year Clemson starter’s non-throwing shoulder, and the Jaguars are amid a rebuild. But this sudden development will begin the QB prodigy’s NFL career in less-than-ideal fashion.
Roger Goodell said Thursday he expects most of the elements from last year’s virtual offseason to return, so it is certainly possible Lawrence would not miss any onsite activities while he recovers from this surgery. The first in-person work for teams in 2021 may well be training camp, as opposed to the pre-pandemic schedule that had rookies at team facilities for rookie camps, OTAs and minicamps. But Lawrence looks likely to spend a good chunk of the league’s second virtual offseason rehabbing his surgically repaired shoulder.

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Super Bowl LV X-factors

The performances of role players and less reliable starters will go a long way toward determining if the Chiefs can win back-to-back titles or if the Buccaneers can derail them on their home field. Here are the top X-factors from a game that will feature several famous X-factors.

 

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Brown has rarely approached his Steelers level of dominance — getting there basically against the Falcons and no one else — but this is still one of the 21st century’s best receivers. The 32-year-old former star only averaged 10.7 yards per catch, his lowest since becoming an NFL regular, and is battling a knee injury that may keep him out. But Brown still represents a tough cover for a WR3 if he suits up. With Mike Evans and Chris Godwin as Tampa Bay’s clear Nos. 1-2 targets, Brown would have an interesting opportunity as a lower-level defensive priority should he play Sunday.

 

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Perhaps Sunday’s definitive boom-or-bust player, Davis has fared well for stretches in his third season. He also submitted one of the worst games by an NFL cornerback in recent history, giving up three TDs to Tyreek Hill. Oddly forced into frequent one-on-one coverage against the league’s scariest deep threat, Davis allowed nine Hill catches for 204 yards in Week 12. However, Davis more than held his own against the likes of Michael Thomas and Davante Adams in multiple games in a four-INT season. He also has ceded three playoff TDs. How this rollercoaster stops will have a big say in determining this season’s champ.

 

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The two-week hiatus could be critical for the Chiefs’ top running back. After returning for the AFC championship game, Edwards-Helaire is practicing in full and stands to be healthier for Super Bowl LV. That will surely mean more than seven touches (his Bills workload). The Chiefs ranked 16th in rushing, and CEH was rarely the centerpiece of any Kansas City game plan. But he totaled 1,100 scrimmage yards while missing two games. While the run-apathetic Chiefs will likely avoid over-challenging the Bucs’ No. 1 DVOA run defense, a healthier version of the 5-foot-7 rookie only increases the AFC champions’ options.

 

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In Week 12, Fournette touched the ball six times. Hill turning in a 10-6 first-round scorecard against Davis steered the Bucs into a pass-geared game. But in the playoffs, the ex-Jaguars starter has been a primary threat. Fournette is averaging five yards per touch on 62 postseason handles and looks fresh after his lowest-volume season (97 carries). Although the Chiefs have elite defensive tackle, Chris Jones, they rank 21st against the run. They have not ranked inside the top 20 in-ground deterrence since 2015, putting a spotlight on Fournette and Ronald Jones.

 

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For name recognition, the Bucs probably have the most famous offense in Super Bowl history. While Gronkowski and Antonio Brown are in the WCW phases of their careers, the 30-somethings remain dangerous in spots. Set for his fifth Super Bowl, Gronk is this event’s defining tight end. He dominated in the Patriots’ loss to the Eagles, and his late diving grab sunk the Rams a year later. He scored seven regular-season TDs and posted a six-catch, 106-yard line against the Chiefs in November. Despite making just two playoff catches this year, Gronk should not be overlooked even if he is now an auxiliary piece. 

 

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It seems unfair a historically potent offense has one of the NFL’s fastest players both operating as a part-time receiver, alongside an even faster wideout and representing a lethal return threat. Like they did in 2020 with Edwards-Helaire, the Chiefs opted to eschew defensive needs with their first pick in 2019. Hardman is not exactly reliable, as his fumble last week showed. But the former second-round pick is at best the No. 3 priority for defenses and can provide a boost in both kick and punt returns. The 2019 All-Pro breaking loose on a big play may be too much for the Bucs to handle.

 

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Overall, the Chiefs’ Hitchens signing — for five years and $45 million in 2018 — has not worked out. The Chiefs have been shaky in run defense for years (though their offense’s dominance has rendered this a niche issue), and Hitchens has delivered inconsistency at best. But Kansas City used him as its lone dime linebacker extensively against the Bills. He came through with seven solo tackles to help the Chiefs force ill-advised field goals. The Bucs have a better O-line and run game than the Bills, creating more important tasks for a linebacker who may be readying for his last game as a Chief.

 

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If Brown returns, Bruce Arians and Byron Leftwich must find a way to have Miller on the field more often. Brown usurped Miller upon arrival, and the young deep threat played just 11% of Tampa Bay’s offensive snaps in both the wild-card and divisional rounds. Miller averaged 15.2 yards per catch and is coming off a game in which he made arguably the biggest reception in Bucs history. Tom Brady has never been a great deep-ball thrower, but he has formed a rapport with the second-year wideout. Miller is one of Super Bowl LV’s most fascinating players, with or without AB in uniform.

 

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After navigating an injury during the regular season, the second-year cornerback is on a tear entering the Bucs’ home Super Bowl tilt. Murphy-Bunting intercepted passes in each of Tampa Bay’s three NFC playoff games, with each of the thefts leading to touchdowns. The Central Michigan alum set up the second one on a 36-yard return. After a mediocre regular season that saw QBs complete 78% of their passes against him, Murphy-Bunting has fared better in the playoffs. This is obviously good news for a Bucs team needing all the help it can get against one of the best passing attacks ever.

 

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Statistically, the Chiefs did not boast a strong pass rush this season. Top sacker Frank Clark somehow made the Pro Bowl with five sacks before the team was announced, and starter Tanoh Kpassagnon finished a 16-game season with one. Okafor was injured for Super Bowl LIV, but the veteran has been more effective than Kpassagnon opposite Clark this season. Okafor recorded three sacks and 10 QB hits in the regular season. Non-blitz pressure is critical against Brady, but the Chiefs’ edge rushers have strong opposition in tackles Donovan Smith and Tristan Wirfs. They will need one of their supporting casters to help out. 

 

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Five years after his defining game, Remmers will have another shot. The Panthers left him alone against Von Miller too often in Super Bowl 50 , and Cam Newton’s career took a sharp turn after Miller’s two sack-strips. Remmers has bounced around since and signed with the Chiefs as a backup, but he has a redemption opportunity. After starting for Mitchell Schwartz at right tackle, Remmers moved to left tackle following Eric Fisher’s Achilles tear. If Remmers is indeed the left tackle, he will primarily face Jason Pierre-Paul. This matchup will go a long way toward determining how live an underdog the Bucs will be.

 

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Extending Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Chris Jones in one offseason — and being the NFL’s lone team with two $20 million-per-year D-linemen, in Jones and Clark — means the cost-cutting elsewhere. The Chiefs have skimped at cornerback for years but found a rookie-contract gem in Sneed. The 2020 fourth-round pick flashed in September before an IR stay and has been a difference-maker since returning. Sneed has delivered multifaceted performances down the stretch, registering a sack in four straight games while covering well in the slot. He will not be a pushover for the Bucs’ high-profile receivers.

 

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A secondary glue player for most of the Andy Reid era in Kansas City, Sorensen is on tap for his 12th playoff game as a Chief. Sorensen made titanic plays in the past two divisional-round games, the most recent via his controversial goal-line strip of Rashard Higgins, and has played 100% of Kansas City’s defensive snaps since Week 9. The 30-year-old has been critical to Spagnuolo’s complex defense, intercepting three passes this season while affecting plays on blitzes. He will join Sneed in matching up with some famous opposition in Tampa. 

 

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The Chiefs have the less healthy offensive line going into Super Bowl LV, but the Bucs are missing a starter too. Right guard Alex Cappa’s absence moved Stinnie into the starting lineup. Some of Tom Brady’s big-stage failures featured inside pressure — from Steve Spagnuolo’s 2007 Giants to the 2015 Broncos to Brandon Graham’s sack-strip in Super Bowl LII — and Stinnie will be part of an interior line tasked with preventing Chris Jones from wrecking the game. The Chiefs employ one of the NFL’s premier inside pass rushers and will likely look to get him some matchups against the new starter.

 

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A torn ACL kept Thornhill out of Super Bowl LIV, and the second-year safety spent much of this season as a part-timer trying to recapture his previous form. But Spagnuolo deployed Thornhill on 77% of Kansas City’s defensive plays against Buffalo, and the former second-round pick came through with four passes defensed. Thornhill had the look of a longtime Chiefs starter alongside Tyrann Mathieu last season. With the Chiefs set to be in sub-packages for most of Super Bowl LV, Thornhill will have a chance to build momentum for the future. He will face difficult opposition in doing so.

 

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The top three Chiefs O-linemen from their Super Bowl LIV victory — Fisher, Schwartz, and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif — are either out or not expected to play Sunday. This makeshift line must face a menacing front four. Ndamukong Suh has been one of this era’s most physically imposing blocking assignments; he now has the larger Vea back flanking him. The 347-pound nose tackle returned from IR for the Packers game; despite playing only 33 defensive snaps, Vea disrupted Green Bay’s attack. He is crucial to the Bucs’ top-tier run defense and frees up his pass-rushing mates. More Vea work will create a problem for the Chiefs.

 

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Through a cost-effectiveness lens, the Chiefs missed on Watkins. The former top-five pick has been frequently hurt and did not post a 700-yard season in Kansas City. That said, Watkins has lived up to his contract in the playoffs. He was vital to the Chiefs’ comeback in their last playoff outing against Brady — the 2018 AFC title game — and combined for 212 yards between last year’s conference championship game and Super Bowl LIV. Watkins has cleared 60 yards in all five of his Chiefs playoff assignments but has not played in this postseason. If Watkins can overcome a calf injury and suit up, it could change the game.

 

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The Bucs exited last week with neither of their starting safeties — Winfield and Jordan Whitehead — practicing. Winfield has a better chance to suit up, in being deemed questionable. The Bucs missed the versatile rookie in Green Bay. Winfield has consistently made plays, with the most recent — stripping Jared Cook as the Saints were driving for a two-score lead — perhaps changing the complexion of the NFC playoffs. The second-generation NFLer (three sacks) also serves as part of Tampa Bay’s oft-used blitz tactics. Having Winfield available will be crucial and perhaps necessary against this opponent.

 

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The Bucs’ 2020 first-round pick has the look of a long-term starter at right tackle. It is not out of the question, however, the biggest game of his career occurs Sunday. Wirfs has delivered steady work protecting Brady. He allowed one regular-season sack, has not missed an offensive snap, and produced the second-best season by a rookie right tackle (per Pro Football Focus) in over 10 years. But the Chiefs will likely send Frank Clark over to his side frequently. With the Chiefs featuring a greater margin for error, Wirfs’ work will help determine if the Bucs can maximize their chances.

 

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Had Shaq Barrett not intervened, the Packers are probably in Super Bowl LV. Beating right tackle Rick Wagner for three sacks, Barrett helped the Bucs stave off Green Bay’s rally. He will have a less experienced adversary Sunday. The Chiefs’ post-Eric Fisher-injury O-line configuration featured Wylie at right tackle. The third-year guard stands to be primarily matched up with Barrett, who has 30.5 sacks in two Tampa Bay seasons. With Mahomes boasting an NFL-best QBR against blitzes, Bucs DC Todd Bowles may limit his blitz-happy ways to protect his secondary. That will amplify the Barrett-Wylie matchup.

Sam Robinson is a Kansas City, Mo.-based writer who mostly writes about the NFL. He has covered sports for nearly 10 years. Boxing, the Royals and Pandora stations featuring female rock protagonists are some of his go-tos. Occasionally interesting tweets @SRobinson25.

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