He is scheduled to play in the JUCO Championship game this Saturday. After JJ and JL returned to their old bad habits yesterday I am just ready to look toward the future. Although he hasn't formally committed yet, most people say he's a lock for LSU. Here's the details if anyone is interested... 2010 NJCAA Football Bowl Matchups Announced #1 Butler vs. #2 Navarro will play for 2010 NJCAA Football Championship at Citizen's Bank Bowl COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Nov. 16, 2010) - The selection of teams for participation in this year's NJCAA football bowl games have been announced by the representatives of each contest. The nine sanctioned NJCAA postseason events will take place Nov. 20th through Dec. 5th. The Citizen's Bank Bowl will again be the talk of the bowl season. For the second consecutive year the game will host the NJCAA Football Championship as No. 1 Butler Community College (Kan.) will take on No. 2 Navarro College (Texas) on Dec. 5th. The game will be played at Carnie Smith Stadium in Pittsburg, Kan., which is one the premier football stadiums in the nation and home to Pittsburg State University of the NCAA Division II ranks. Last season, Blinn College (Kan.) defeated Fort Scott Community College (Kan.) in the first-ever Citizen's Bank Bowl, which also was sanctioned as the NJCAA Football Championship. Butler (11-0) will be playing for its third national championship in four seasons, having captured titles in 2007 and 2008. Navarro (10-1) will be playing for its first national title since their 1989 championship season. The two squads are quite familiar with each other as they opened the 2010 season back in August in a contest played at Wichita's Cessna Stadium. The Grizzlies got past the Bulldogs 16-10 and never looked back, winning 11 straight games and claiming both the Kansas Jayhawk CC Conference and Region 6 Championship crowns. The Grizzlies have been ranked No. 1 in the NJCAA poll for the past seven weeks. After the loss, Navarro won 10 consecutive games and locked up their fourth-straight Southwest JC Football Conference regular season title and also won their first conference playoff championship since 2007. The Bulldogs have been ranked in the top 10 in the NJCAA poll all season and have held the No. 2 post for the past three weeks. The 2010 NJCAA Football Championship at the Citizen's Bank Bowl will be broadcast live online via NJCAA TV (www.njcaa.org/tv) and PSB LIVE (www.psblive.com) through the NJCAA's official broadcasting partner Panhandle Sports Broadcasting. Fans can also listen to the game live at www.991espn.com.