Michigan 48 - Nebraska 0
WSU played admirably on the road last night in the late game. They were marching on USC's side of the field when the USC LB launched off his feet with a helmet to helmet hit on the QB who had been wrapped up around the legs which was not targeting. H/T to CougCenter on SBNation who has a good recap and the video (scroll a bit down).
Indiana is lying in the weeds . . . waiting.
So is Iowa.
SATURDAY, SEP 22, 2018
GAME TIME TV
Give Oregon credit, they show up for College Game Day . . . at 6:00 in the morning.
The only real nugget here is that Lawrence Marshall has been completely removed from this list. Which means, he can play, but it is a game time decision. Does he sit one more week? We'll see....
Minus a banged up QB, Nebraska enters the game extremely healthy. Adrian Martinez will most likely play.
RB Commit Eric Gray with 6 TDs including a 97 yarder linked below.
Despite a recent visit to Ole MI$$ the consensus is that we will hold onto to him.
Sure hope they are right.
Gray + Charbonnet + Jackson will be an explosive offensive cocktail.
Please post your bets, what you're thinking of betting, or whatever to do with betting for Saturday's slate of games. I'll start:
(Last week record: 3-3. Overall season record: 8-8)
Navy at Southern Methodist - Noon: Navy -7
Clemson at Georgia Tech - 3:30pm: Clemson -16
Arizona at Oregon St - 4pm: Oregon St +7
Florida at Tennessee - 7pm: Tennessee +4.5
Wisconsin at Iowa: 8:30pm: Wisconsin -3
In the previous episode, I covered 8 plays where Michigan's offense didn't look so hot, to put it nicely. 7 of those 8 plays were in the first half. That makes sense when you consider Michigan putting up points on their final 7 possessions against SMU.
SO, I covered the bad, time to cover the good. Below is the video, and I included a "summary" of each play, with down, distance, result, and a short description of each play's outcome. I did all of these with the live analysis format given the feedback here and on Twitter.