University of Tennessee and University of North Alabama in 2nd and 3rd with one event left
With only one event left in the Cabela’s School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia race, Bryan College shows no sign of letting up on their lead in the Cabela’s School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia rankings. Bryan has been the number one ranked team in the nation for the last 10 weeks this year. As it currently stands, Bryan College has a commanding 155-point lead over the second place team, University of Tennessee – Knoxville, and a 181-point lead over the two time School of the Year winners, University of North Alabama, who currently hold down 3rd place.
For many clubs, the Cabela’s School of the Year Title is already known to be the most prestigious title in college fishing because of the work teams and members have to put in towards the title. Bryan College, while a newcomer to the collegiate bass fishing scene, knows that attaining this Title is one of the primary goals of the club.
“Our college has never been ranked in anything, we are just a small Christian school in the foothills of Dayton, Tennessee. To be leading the School of the Year race is a huge thing for our school and a big thing for all of us. We have really tried hard this year at all of the events and our lowest finish is 8th place, it really has been a record year for us. We just hope that we can keep our foot on the pedal and finish strong and take the School of the Year trophy back to Dayton, Tennessee,” said Connor Fogg and Cole Sands, Bryan College.
Soon enough, Bryan College will know if they did enough this season to capture the title. The final event of the season will be fished on Lake Pickwick, which is also the home of the University of North Alabama fishing team, and with double points on the line, it’s still possible that either University of Tennessee – Knoxville or the two time champs North Alabama could come from behind to steal the win.
The Current Cabela’s School of the Year Top Ten teams are listed as follows:
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