“On the offense last year, they had great spacing. That’s what I remember. Great spacing, great shooters, like Nik Stauskas, who’s not there right now. But they always have someone to fill the roles. They have a cutting offense, kind of hard to guard.”
Last one, heald in the Grand Daddy of them all!
Florida State is favored by 13 on a neutral field, by some ESPN bottom line metric. Will Jameis Winston with the Heisman and MNC and end the SEC's run of 6 straight?
Auburn is the self-proclaimed team of destiny. Will they have one more miracle tonight?
Line: FSU - 10.5
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SLIGHT MOD EDIT - Not really OT for our purposes. We'll make this the open thread. - LSA
I was thinking about the fact that if OSU beats Michigan this weekend, how could they get into the MNC game? I don't see FSU losing to Florida and they are set to play Duke in the ACC Championship, also can't see a loss. So Alabama needs to lose to Auburn or in the SEC Championship, both of which is possible.
BUT.... if Auburn beats Alabama and then goes on to beat a #4 or #5 Missouri in the SEC Championship, would they jump OSU in BCS standings?
According to a number of reports, including one linked below. Interesting to see the impact on Derrick Green. On the one hand, he's a great offensive coach. On the other hand, he's a spread guy.
Jordan Wilkins, the 4-star RB who's visiting this weekend, nearly committed to Auburn on his visit. For those of you who don't remember, we'll likely either take Wilkins or Green at the RB position, or be done with the position for the recruiting cycle. Of course, once he get's on campus, he could be swayed, but it sounds like we're playing from behind on this one.
Article is paywalled, the pertinent information is in the title.
|Rivals250 RB nearly commits to Auburn||
|Four-star Jordan Wilkins respects his mother's opinion. Otherwise, the Rivals250 running back from St. Benedict in Cordova, ...|
Per al.com, former Michigan player and quarterbacks coach, Scot Loeffler, has been named Offensive Coordinator at Auburn University.
Congrats to him!