The Big Ten will look very different next year with new head coaches and tenured quarterbacks moving on. Matt Rhule and Luke Fickell will take over at Nebraska and Wisconsin respectively. Both coaches will have an opportunity to make an instant impact at their respective programs. C.J. Stroud and Sean Clifford will move on from … Continue reading 5 Questions for the Big Ten Heading into 2023
ACC Early Signing Day Review – Florida St.
Early Signing Day (ESD) has come and gone and now it’s time to analyze it and dream of our rosters for next year. This series we’ll look into each team in the ACC (and Notre Dame) and go over who signed (scholarship signees only) and what my humble opinion is on each respective team’s ESD class. … Continue reading ACC Early Signing Day Review – Florida St.
ACC Early Signing Day Review – Clemson
Early Signing Day (ESD) has come and gone and now it’s time to analyze it and dream of our rosters for next year. This series we’ll look into each team in the ACC (and Notre Dame) and go over who signed (scholarship signees only) and what my humble opinion is on each respective team’s ESD … Continue reading ACC Early Signing Day Review – Clemson
Bowl or No Bowl: AAC/MAC
Contrary to popular belief, college football has a bubble too. A lot of sports fans equate that term with March. And I love that time of year as much as anyone else. But the postseason of college football is far from set in stone until teams reach the magic 6-win mark. So let's take a … Continue reading Bowl or No Bowl: AAC/MAC
Does Recruiting Matter?
Last time we met, we discussed what “stars” mean in terms of recruiting. Now, we’ll take that one step further and see how those “stars” translate on the field. Does it matter how many great recruits you pull in? Does the evaluation of recruiting classed correlate to how a team’s body of work is measured by … Continue reading Does Recruiting Matter?
Week 6 Betting Guide
Week 5 was the inverse of Week 4 results wise. Instead of getting bailed out by the best bet, we went a solid 3-2 including +125 underdog UCLA, but were weighed down by the best bet Ohio St failing to cover by a half point. Small net win though, unlike Week 4. The aforementioned UCLA … Continue reading Week 6 Betting Guide
What’s wrong in Atlanta?
Though it may not seem like it, Week Zero was just a little over a month ago. Just 30ish short days ago, everyone had excitement for the upcoming season, sprinkled with some level of hope. One of the teams in the Group of Five that had very high expectations was Georgia St. To some (including … Continue reading What’s wrong in Atlanta?
Gee, Five Thoughts
My apologies for not doing a "Gee, Five Thoughts" column the week after the Sun Belt staked its claim as the premier conference in all of college football. I was on vacation, going to Tucson to watch Arizona play Mississippi St., then went to Las Vegas for a couple days, then to Death Valley to … Continue reading Gee, Five Thoughts
Overreactions and Underdogs
They say that the most improvement to a team comes from Week One to Week Two. And that makes sense. There's now a frame of reference for what someone is. Having said that, this past weekend may have offered some Fool's Gold. So with that in mind, I want to look at a few outcomes … Continue reading Overreactions and Underdogs
Powerful Predictions – Week 1
A new series I am going to be starting for this fall is called Powerful Predictions. Each week I will predict various outcomes, player performances or other miscellaneous details for the weekend ahead. We may have missed the Thursday night games but we still have plenty of action ahead of the weekend. Week one has … Continue reading Powerful Predictions – Week 1