College Football 22’-23’

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  1. SoCalJoe

    SoCalJoe Well-Known Member

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    Have been meaning to start this, better late….

    Shout out to the Sun Belt Conference (who knew I’d ever say that?) Not only because @astroevan Coastal Carolina is off to another good start, but last weekend App
    State beat Texas A&M (miss Mateo on this thread), Marshall beat Notre Dame, and Georgia Southern put the final nail in Scott Frost’s coffin by beating Nebraska. That’s some serious great results. Not a huge week of big time matchups, but:

    Florida St at Louisville: FUSA Special @MicahMan @jumpkutz . FSU won a crazy game against LSU and look to continue the rebuild. Have to like the Noles.

    HotSeat Game:
    #22 Penn State at Auburn; With Frost’s firing, Bryan Harsin is in trouble. Player defections (because of alleged bad treatment) & poor recruiting has put his short tenure in jeopardy. Nittany Lions should heap more pressure.

    #12 BYU at #25 Oregon; Ducks got stomped by Georgia, this game will go a long way to figuring what kind of season it will be for them.

    Upset Alert:
    Miss State at LSU; @dtowndough I think it’s the Bulldogs not Ole Miss you support along w/Southern Miss (forgive if I have that backwards). MSU impressed me by going into Tucson and winning comfortably (I know my Cats have stunk in recent years, but they are much improved). 16 starters return for Pirate Mike Leach and if they can avoid silly turnovers (had a couple against us) they can heap more misery on Brian Kelly.

    Love to hear about any and all teams, so please share.
     
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  2. astroevan

    astroevan Well-Known Member

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    I haven’t caught a lot of college ball yet but what I know to this point is Coastal Carolina is living on borrowed time. The offense is still exciting and clicking on most cylinders (35.7 points/game, 6.8 yards/play) but the defense can’t stop anything. As a 32.5 point favorite at home against FCS Gardner Webb, they eked a 31-27 victory. They should be able to make a bowl game this year but it may be another “home” game as a participant in the Myrtle Beach Bowl.

    In other NCAAFB things that I can talk about (as the son and brother of Auburn alumni), I’m actually surprised that Bryan Harsin hasn’t been given his severance check yet. The boosters tried to oust him in the off-season, he’s lost recruits and had far more transfers out than in, the team squeaked past mighty San Jose St in week two, and then got completely embarrassed at home by PSU on Saturday. Harsin is somehow borrowing more time than anyone else in CFB.
     
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  3. stlouisbrad

    stlouisbrad Well-Known Member

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    I'm not much of a college football fan. I've been to one Mizzou game in my life. If there is nothing else on I'll watch a quarter or two. Mizzou got some top recruit so expectations were high, but they haven't been anything special so far. They got blown out by k-state a couple weeks ago.

    My alma mater is off to a good start in division III play. The bears of Washington University have two blow out wins to begin the campaign. The bears stadium is Francis Field which was the site of 1904 Olympics. It's a neat place.
     
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  4. BarryWhite

    BarryWhite Well-Known Member

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    IU is undefeated but I can't quite figure out how.
     
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  5. dtowndough

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    SoCal - Southern Miss - that's correct. I do cheer for MSU when I watch them. CU is in shambles and has been fun to watch in unfold (and sad).

    Looking forward to TN/Florida this week.

    How you feeling about the Beavers this weekend SoCal?
     
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  6. SoCalJoe

    SoCalJoe Well-Known Member

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    @dtowndough There is a stirring down here. The obnoxious elitist Trojan fans (SC fans are the worst when they are winning) are awakening from their hibernation and suddenly SC gear is seen in public. My Trojan buddies are leery of this game, because while the offense has been fixed, they say the defense is short on talent and has been relying on turnovers so far. Oregon State is no pushover, their coach is legit and wouldn’t be a surprise if #7 goes down in Corvallis.

    #20 Florida at #11 Tennessee. Dtown, who you got in this one? Between their crazy hard schedule thus far and history you would think UF, but the Koolaid has been drink, I’ll take the Vols.

    #10 Arkansas at #23 Texas A&M. Aggies offense has been quite offensive (in the bad way). The Hogs are a reflection of their coach and will be looking to run it. Can’t believe I’m picking Arkansas, but A&M has to prove they can move the ball.

    Upset Alert; I can see all the above underdogs win outright, but will take Washington St at home over #15 Oregon. The Ducks have bounced back after their beatdown by Georgia, but Pullman is a tough place to play.
     
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  7. dtowndough

    dtowndough Active Member

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    I'm with you on USC. However, I think with Riley, he'll have them ready and avoid the upset. I'm with you on Vols. I'm also with you on Arkansas. For upset, Iowa State is actually favored, so not an upset pick. I'm taking Texas Tech!
     
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