that is nice bonus change
I was frankly shocked that no such thread was currently up as we're typically so conscious of the slate. No matter, a few notable ones:
Florida State / Oklahoma State - currently 10-0 FSU with the first quarter nearly over.
LSU / Wisconsin - this should be an interesting one. I think it is the only SEC / Big Ten game scheduled this season.
Oregon / South Dakota - Prediction? Pain. No, seriously, the line has Oregon winning by an amount yet to be computed.
To continue the chain.
EDIT: For anyone dumb enough to take me seriously (looking at you MaizeNBlueTexan), please read the tags.
To complement the RB thread, I'd like to know what everything thinks about the starting OL next week, now that Glasgow returns to play? I tried to watch the OL from my seats today and I saw some good things, but also saw Miller get pushed into the backfield once or twice. BTN focused on the OL during their highlight show, and to MY surprise, Magnuson had some very nice seal blocks that helped free Smith and Green. (I was critical of him after watching a couple clips from practice).
So, who you got?
LT - Cole
RG - Mags
C - Miller
RG - Kalis
LT - Braden
Pretty much what the title says. I'm assuming that there are plenty of people backing Green, and plenty backing Smith. Green got more yardage total, but Smith had more yards per attempt.
Obviously, they'll both get plenty of carries throughout the year, (likely to be 1a and 1b) but I'm curious as to what people's thoughts and logic are.
Edit: I'm asking because I'm genuinely not sure who I'd pick - go ahead and sway me
Mods: If this should be a snowflake or whatever, feel free to delete or move or whatever
A little more than half way through the 3rd, Everett Gholson looks to have shaken the rust from his vacation. He's picked up a couple of TD's on the ground and seems to be distributing to a number of recievers without any int's so far. The rain will make this game hard to do an apples to apples comparison to the boys in Blue. Hopefully our more aggressive defensive strategy pays off and we get to Gholson early but are able to contain him. Looks like Rice is able to get penetration often enough but their secondary is giving too much cushion. ND's RB McDaniel seems to be a gamer. I'd love to see Kelly go grape ape again next week!