Last night the Alabama Crimson Tide destroyed the Ohio State Buckeyes in college football's national championship game 52-24. The championship marks the sixth national title in the past twelve seasons for the program. A huge part of the reason for Alabama's was the play of Heisman trophy winning wide receiver Devonta Smith.  Smith caught a college football national championship game record twelve catches for two hundred fifteen receiving yards and two three touchdowns. Smith's freshman season ended with him catching the game winning touchdown against Georgia. Just two years later, Smith won multiple national individual awards while adding a second national championship to his resume. Is he the greatest college wide receiver of all time? CBS Tuscaloosa's Drew Carter joined Levack and Goz offered his take on the subject plus the national championship below. Check back later for the complete interview.


Plus on Monday's show CBS Albany's Chet Davis called into Levack and Goz to offer his take on the debate.

Here's my personal top five list

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