South of the Border: CFC100 Metchie reaches the pinnacle of NCAA football … And balls out

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  • The Super Wild Card Weekend just capped off and unfortunately it didn’t have the best outcomes for the Canucks. CFC100 WR Chase Claypool and the Steelers lost 48-37 to the Browns thanks to a beatdown of a first quarter in which the Browns out scored the Steelers 28-0. Chase Claypool had 5 catches for 59 yards and 2 TD in the game during which Big Ben attempted 68 passes. Brent Urban and the Bears lost to fellow Canadian David Onyemata’s Saints on Sunday too, leaving Onyemata as the only Canadian starter left in the playoffs, as the Rams’ Taylor Rapp is on IR.


  • CFC100 WR John Metchie and the Alabama Crimson Tide won the CFP National Championship with a 52-24 win over the Ohio State Buckeyes. Metchie had 8 catches for 81 yards, a nice compliment to Devonta Smith’s 215 yards receiving (Smith had all this in one half before he got hurt), helping QB Mac Jones go 36/45 for 464 yards passing.
  • 2022 CFC100 TE Mohamed Hazime earned his first offer this week from Eastern Michigan. The 6’5”, 240lbs tight end is the brother of 2019 CFC100 OL Mahdi Hazime, who held a preferred walk-on spot at the University of Michigan during the 2019 season. Look for the younger Hazime to bring in more offers.


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