landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
Vegas just posted odds on the top CFB games of the year, plus the opening weekend. One of the games is in EL: We are -2 @ MSU.
B1G generally not getting love in these big games, although not a surprise. LSU favored at Lambeau over the Badgers; and OSU a dog to Oklahoma, but considering how the Buckeyes have to reload, you'd expect that.
I get the feelnig these early lines are for the public, and the heavy money won't come in until closer to the season? Like, what if some team's coach mocks his first-week (and vastly superior) opponent on Twitter.... not that that ever happens.
Hawaii Head Football Coach Nick Rolovich decides to play with fire via Twitter. The stupid is strong with this one.
(hoping someone can embed the tweet for this old fan)
MSU will lose some depth at the DL position as one of their potential 6th year seniors will not be returning in 2016. Mcdowell will still be good but this should help our OL in that game. The big announcement will be whether Ed Davis will come back.
Basically says a lot of what we all already know but it's cool to have PFF espousing the same optimism for our defense this season.
It's a slow day on the Board and thought this might be an interesting topic. So, which Power 5 conference gets stiffed in the College Football Playoffs this year?
Personally, I like the fact that there are 4 spots and 5 main conferences + other possible conferences that could sneak in. At least one P5 conference will miss out every year. The Big 12 was odd man out in 2015 and the Pac 12 took the hit this past year.
So, which P5 conference loses this year's game of CFP musical chairs? My bet is that it's the ACC, based on overall weakness of the conference. Predictions?