Alabama defensive guard Jordan Battle retired from the college football national championship game on Monday night after receiving a designated penalty penalty in the second quarter.
While driving to score at Ohio State University, he appeared to hit the near end of the Buckeye with the top of his helmet, Jeremy Ruckert, and he was fined.
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The officials determined that Battelle was leaning on his helmet and making contact with Rackett’s helmet. Due to NCAA rules, the battle was ejected.
After the ejection, the young defensive guard was a little excited on the sidelines.
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The sophomore entered the national championship with 63 tackles, including 3 conceded and 1
In his freshman season, Battelle had a total of 30 tackles, two of which were losses, one interception and one sacks.
Alabama led the Ohio State 21-17 by a narrow margin, with about five minutes left in the first half of the game.
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Alabama will seek its third national championship since 2015, and Ohio State University will seek its second national championship in the same period.