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  posted on 5/25/2017 at 07:23 PM
South Point in Las Vegas released opening week lines today.

92 days.

The South Point’s opening lines (home team in CAPS):

Saturday, Aug. 26

COLORADO STATE -2 Oregon State
Hawaii -1 MASSACHUSETTS
South Florida -25 SAN JOSE STATE
Stanford -38 Rice @Sydney, Australia

Thursday, Aug. 31

Ohio State -21 INDIANA
MINNESOTA -31 Buffalo
MEMPHIS -23 Louisiana-Monroe
ARIZONA STATE -26 New Mexico State

Friday, Sept. 1

EASTERN MICHIGAN -12.5 Charlotte
Washington -33 RUTGERS
Navy -21 FLORIDA ATLANTIC
WISCONSIN -37 Utah State
NORTHERN ILLINOIS -2 Boston College
Colorado Off Colorado State @Denver

Saturday, Sept. 2

MICHIGAN STATE -18 Bowling Green
IOWA -11.5 Wyoming
Miami (Ohio) -8.5 MARSHALL
CLEMSON -40 Kent State
Massachusetts Off COASTAL CAROLINA
PENN STATE -39 Akron
Louisville -27 Purdue @Indianapolis
NEBRASKA -19 Arkansas State
CENTRAL FLORIDA -21 Florida International
NORTHWESTERN -28 Nevada
ILLINOIS -11 Ball State
OKLAHOMA -48 Texas-El Paso
NORTH CAROLINA -14 California
MISSISSIPPI -22.5 South Alabama
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA -19 Western Michigan
Louisiana State -8 Brigham Young @Houston
TEXAS -23 Maryland
NOTRE DAME -11 Temple
AUBURN -36 Georgia Southern
GEORGIA -11 Appalachian State
Kentucky -13.5 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI
Houston -17 TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO
North Carolina State -8 South Carolina @Charlotte
OKLAHOMA STATE -10 Tulsa
Michigan -3 Florida @Arlington, Texas
Vanderbilt -10.5 MIDDLE TENNESSEE
Alabama -4 Florida State @Atlanta
BOISE STATE -5 Troy

Sunday, Sept. 3
Virginia Tech -5 West Virginia @Landover, Md.
UCLA -4 Texas A&M

Monday, Sept. 4
Tennessee -3 Georgia Tech @Atlanta

 
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  posted on 5/26/2017 at 07:29 AM
Man, after all those incredible opening weekend matchups last year, was hoping that was the start of a trend. This year is a throwback to the powerhouses blowing out cupcakes tradition of the 70s and 80s.

 

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  posted on 5/26/2017 at 07:54 AM
I may have to pick up a preview magazine or two! The bible Phil Steele book is still a few weeks out.

Do you get to any games Jerry?

 

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  posted on 5/30/2017 at 06:25 PM
What no line on Oregon vs Southern Utah State ?

I am hoping to get to Nebraska at Oregon. A large number of my wife's family moved out from Nebraska to work in the Portland Shipyards before and during the war. Hoping a bunch of us head down to Eugene for the game.

Also looking at Oregon at Huskies in Seattle in November. Going to be the return of the QUACK!!!!

 

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  posted on 5/31/2017 at 12:17 PM
Awesome.

That new Burger King commercial is using that 'return of the mack' song and of course I immediately thought of 'return of the quack'!

Let Them Rise!


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  posted on 5/31/2017 at 12:28 PM
People who know what they want can get some really good value betting those early opening lines.

Boise was -5 and is now -11.5.

I think that Oregon St - Colorado St game August 26th is pretty good, looking forward to that. Very weird they have some of those odd ball games a week before the full season starts.

 

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  posted on 6/1/2017 at 08:59 AM
This is pretty cool.

New stadium in Fort Collins. Live construction images and some time lapse videos:


http://stadium.colostate.edu/constructioncam/#

Stadium opens with the Oregon State Beavers come into town August 26 to face the CSU Rams.

Oregon State started to climb off the mat last season, slightly exceeding expectations going 4-8 with two loses by 5 pts or fewer with the emergence of 'the Wrecking Nall'. It is still going to be tough for them to make a bowl this season, this opener is a key game towards that 6 win threshold.

Colorado St on the other hand could've flirted with an unbeaten season this year if it wasn't for a pesky trip to T-town Sept 16th. This team should be good enough to challenge Boise for the Mountain Division and they get the Broncos at home Nov 11th.

 

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  posted on 6/1/2017 at 09:44 AM
Once being a Nebraska football fan, I wasn't particularly fond of Bill Snyder in the 1990s, but over the years my respect for him has really grown as I put everything into perspective. He turns 78 this year and will be on the sidelines again for K State despite battling throat cancer.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/big12/2017/05/08/bill-snyder-ka nsas-state-football-coach-cancer/101403506/

 

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  posted on 6/13/2017 at 09:07 PM
After 18 seasons at Oklahoma, Bob Stoops suddenly and surprising retires!

From last week:

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Bob Stoops, one of the three coaching giants of Oklahoma’s century-long football excellence, plans to tell his team Wednesday that he will retire after 18 seasons as the Sooner head coach.

An OU source said offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley will take over as head coach.

It is expected that Stoops will remain with the university in some capacity.

Riley, 33, a native of Muleshoe, Texas, has been at OU for two seasons.

“Great young coach, the program’s in great shape,” the source said. “Good recruiting class. Got a great young coach that anybody would want to have, ready to go. He’s as good a coach as there in America, at this stage in his career.

“And Bob got to do it in his way. Doesn’t get any better than that.”

Stoops, 56, coached the Sooners to the 2000 national champion and three other national title games. His 18-year record is 190-48. The Sooners won nine outright Big 12 titles under Stoops and tied for another.

Stoops was hired on Dec. 1, 1998, after five straight non-winning seasons. His first OU team went 7-5. His next five Sooner teams combined to go 60-7, and a new golden age of Sooner football was born.

Stoops released a statement around 3 p.m. on Wednesday:

“After 18 years at the University of Oklahoma, I've decided to step down as the head football coach. I understand there has been some speculation about my health. My health was not the deciding factor in this decision and I've had no incidents that would prevent me from coaching. I feel the timing is perfect to hand over the reins. The program is in tremendous shape. We have outstanding players and coaches and are poised to make another run at a Big 12 and national championship. We have new state-of-the-art facilities and a great start on next year's recruiting class. The time is now because Lincoln Riley will provide a seamless transition as the new head coach, capitalizing on an excellent staff that is already in place and providing familiarity and confidence for our players. Now is simply the ideal time for me and our program to make this transition.

“The Bible says, "To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven." I'm grateful for this season of my life, and feel I've fulfilled my purpose here at OU as its head football coach.

“I'm thankful that my career at Oklahoma was marked with consistent leadership in President David Boren and Director of Athletics Joe Castiglione. It's extremely rare in college athletics to have no change in these leadership positions over a nearly 20-year span. I always appreciated the way both of them supported me and our program. They both played an enormous role in all our successes.

“I have been very fortunate to have such outstanding coaches in my time at OU. Our players have always benefitted from their strong leadership, on and off the field. I was also blessed with a strong support staff — strength and conditioning, equipment, sports medicine, academics, video — every aspect of our program was staffed with very talented people who took a great deal of pride in making Oklahoma football the best.

“I'm especially thankful for being able to coach so many talented young men over my 18 years here. It has been so rewarding to see these players come to OU and mature over a four or five-year career, and not just on the field. To play a small part in their growth is what I will always cherish the most.
None of my success would have happened without the best fans in the country. I can't tell you how much I appreciated the 110 consecutive home sellouts. The passion of our fan base is unmatched, and their support has played a huge role in not only home games, but road games and all 18 of our bowl games, as well.

“Lastly, I'd like to thank my wife, Carol, and my daughter, Mackie, and my sons, Drake and Isaac. They have been a major part of this success. Being the wife or child of a coach is often tough, and they've all been strong through both good times and challenging times.

“The coaching life is like a relay race and I'm thankful for my turn and am confident as I pass the baton. Carol and I intend on staying in Norman — it is our home. I will be available to Coach Riley and the athletic department in any manner. Thank you all for a lifetime of memories we shared together of 10 conference championships, the 2000 national championship, strong relationships with players and coaches, and the great Oklahoma football fans. Boomer!”

STATEMENT FROM LINCOLN RILEY:

"I'm sincerely honored to be given this opportunity to be the head football coach at the University of Oklahoma. I want to thank Coach Stoops for bringing me here two years ago and making me part of the Sooner family. He is one of the greatest coaches in the history of the game, at any level. I'm absolutely thankful for our friendship and for the mentorship he has provided.

"Coaching at Oklahoma is a dream come true for me and my family. I am extremely grateful to President Boren, Joe Castiglione, Chairman Bennett and the OU Board of Regents for believing in me and affording me this opportunity. I look forward to continuing the tradition of excellence that Coach Stoops and so many others before him have instilled in this great program."

STATEMENT FROM OU PRESIDENT DAVID BOREN

"It was with sadness that I learned of the decision of Coach Bob Stoops to step down as head football coach at Oklahoma. Coach Stoops has made a critically important and lasting contribution to the OU football program. He has led to its restoration as one of the top programs in the nation. His success has helped provide the momentum for major new facilities like the improvements and expansion of the football stadium. Because of his unquestioned personal integrity and high standards, he is one of the most admired college football coaches in America.

"His decision to step down at this time was motivated partly by his belief that he has the right successor already in place in the program, Lincoln Riley, and he wanted to pass the leadership on at a time of strength for the program. His decision is typical of his unselfishness and always putting first the best interest of the players and program.

"I personally value him as a person and as a friend. I'm glad that Coach Stoops will remain an active member of our university family and will continue to serve the athletics department and be of help to our new head coach. The departure of Coach Stoops as head coach is a bittersweet time. I agree completely that we have exactly the right person already in place to take the helm. Coach Riley enjoys the complete confidence of the administration and university community. He has the talent and personal character to be a worthy successor to Coach Stoops."

STATEMENT FROM OU VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS JOE CASTIGLIONE:

"It is rare in today's world that a president, athletics director and head football coach can work together for 18 successful seasons. Bob Stoops stands as one of the premier legendary figures in one of the most storied programs in college football history, yet he is still best identified by his humble nature and team approach that refused to get caught up in stature. That's the reason Bob is such a great leader. He has great vision and great accomplishment, but it never changed who he is as a man and a coach.

"Working alongside him has been one of the most enjoyable aspects of my job. Few athletics directors get a coach who better combines success and cohesiveness like Bob Stoops. I can't help but feel somewhat sad today because Bob has been such a constant in my life, and that's why I am so thankful that he will remain with us. He will continue to do great things for OU.

"At the same time, I am thrilled that Lincoln Riley is in position to take over as the head coach. He is widely regarded as one of the brightest minds in college football and there is no question in my mind that he is the complete package. Our program is in very good hands. Lincoln and I have a great relationship and I can't wait to embark on this new era with him. I am sure our fans share my enthusiasm. We celebrate a tremendous legacy today and because of what Bob did here and the coach we have identified, we look forward to our future with great optimism."

STATEMENT FROM CHAIRMAN OF THE OU BOARD OF REGENTS CLAYTON BENNETT:

"On behalf of the Board of Regents, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to Bob Stoops for what he has done for the football program at the University of Oklahoma and just as importantly, the school and state at large. From the moment he stepped on campus, Bob has led with dignity and professionalism that is justly admired throughout sports. During his time at Oklahoma he not only built upon our tradition, but moved it forward in a way that has made Sooners everywhere proud. I wish Bob, Carol and their family the best of luck with the next chapter, we are forever thankful for the contributions they have made to Oklahoma.

"Lincoln Riley has asserted himself as one of the brightest young minds in all of college football, and the results over the past two seasons as offensive coordinator for the Sooners speak for themselves. He has embraced the culture of being an Oklahoma Sooner, and I'm looking forward to watching him on the sidelines this coming fall as he leads our team. I want to congratulate Lincoln, Caitlin and their family on this exciting time."

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  posted on 6/14/2017 at 09:32 AM
Incredible run as coach. Whether or not he's actually leaving on his own terms is the kind of stuff only insiders know, but the administration has been quite cooperative to make it appear so.

 

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  posted on 6/14/2017 at 11:11 AM
When he was Spurrier's DC at Florida you could tell he was going to be a winner...

 

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  posted on 6/14/2017 at 11:29 AM

 

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  posted on 6/14/2017 at 09:22 PM
Bob Stoops, played for a legend (Hayden Fry), coached for two legends (Spurrier and Snyder) and became his own legend.

Big game Bob did tarnish a little towards the end here, but you can't win them all.

An incredible coach with an incredible resume. Let's not forget where OU was when he took over and he had them winning the national title in his 2nd year and remaining nationally relevant for nearly the next two decades. Plus he's from Youngstown Ohio!

 

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  posted on 6/14/2017 at 09:26 PM
What is it 73 days until game 1 kicks!
 

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  posted on 6/15/2017 at 07:40 AM
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Bob Stoops, played for a legend (Hayden Fry), coached for two legends (Spurrier and Snyder) and became his own legend.

Big game Bob did tarnish a little towards the end here, but you can't win them all.

An incredible coach with an incredible resume. Let's not forget where OU was when he took over and he had them winning the national title in his 2nd year and remaining nationally relevant for nearly the next two decades. Plus he's from Youngstown Ohio!



There's an article in today's Chicago Tribune about Stoops recently buying a new home in The Gold Coast here (nice, expensive area). So some are speculating he is angling for the Bears job. I don't know why he would want to do that. They are one of the worst run organizations in all of sports.

 

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  posted on 6/25/2017 at 12:27 PM
Regular Season Over/Under win totals (conference title and bowl games do not count towards the total)

From South Point Casino as of June 4th

Air Force - 5
Akron - 5.5
Alabama - 10.5
Appalachian State - 9.5
Arizona - 4.5
Arizona State - 5
Arkansas - 6
Arkansas State - 7.5
Army - 8
Auburn - 9
Ball State - 4
Baylor - 8
Boise State - 8
Boston College - 4
Bowling Green - 4
Buffalo - 3.5
BYU - 10
California - 3.5
Central Florida - 7.5
Central Michigan - 7
Charlotte - 4
Cincinnati - 5
Clemson - 9.5
Coastal Carolina - 5.5
Colorado - 7.5
Colorado State - 7.5
Connecticut - 4
Duke - 4.5
East Carolina - 2.5
Eastern Michigan - 4.5
Florida International - 4.5
Florida - 8
Florida Atlantic - 4
Florida State - 9.5
Fresno State - 4
Georgia - 9
Georgia Southern - 5
Georgia State - 6
Georgia Tech - 6
Hawaii - 4
Houston - 8.5
Idaho - 4.5
Illinois - 3.5
Indiana - 6.5
Iowa - 7
Iowa State - 5.5
Kansas - 2.5
Kansas State - 7.5
Kent State - 3.5
Kentucky - 7
Louisiana Tech - 9
Louisville - 9.5
LSU - 9
Louisiana-Lafayette - 5
Louisiana-Monroe - 3.5
Marshall - 5
Maryland - 3
Massachusetts - 2.5
Memphis - 8.5
Miami, Fl. - 9
Miami Ohio - 8
Michigan - 8.5
Michigan State - 5
Middle Tennessee State - 7.5
Minnesota - 7.5
Mississippi - 5.5
Mississippi State - 5
Missouri - 6
Navy - 7
North Carolina State - 6.5
Nebraska - 7
Nevada - 3.5
New Mexico - 5.5
New Mexico State - 3.5
North Carolina - 7
North Texas - 4
Northern Illinois - 6
Northwestern - 8.5
Notre Dame - 7.5
Ohio - 7.5
Ohio State - 10.5
Oklahoma - 10
Oklahoma State - 9
Old Dominion - 6.5
Oregon - 7.5
Oregon State - 5.5
Penn State - 10
Pittsburgh - 6.5
Purdue - 2.5
Rice - 3.5
Rutgers - 3
San Diego State - 9.5
San Jose State - 3.5
SMU - 5
South Alabama - 4
South Carolina - 5
South Florida - 10
Southern Miss - 7.5
Stanford - 9
Syracuse - 4
TCU - 8
Temple - 7
Tennessee - 7.5
Texas - 7.5
Texas A&M - 7.5
Texas San Antonio - 6.5
Texas State - 2.5
Texas Tech - 4.5
Toledo - 8.5
Troy - 8.5
Tulane - 4.5
Tulsa - 7.5
UAB - 2.5
UCLA - 7
UNLV - 5.5
USC - 10
Utah - 5.5
Utah State - 4.5
UTEP - 2.5
Vanderbilt - 6
Virginia - 5.5
Virginia Tech - 8.5
Wake Forest - 5.5
Washington - 10
Washington State - 7
West Virginia - 6
Western Kentucky - 9.5
Western Michigan - 9
Wisconsin - 10.5
Wyoming - 8

http://www.vegasinsider.com/college-football/story.cfm/story/1862059

 

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  posted on 6/25/2017 at 12:29 PM
62 days
 

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What no line on Oregon vs Southern Utah State ?

I am hoping to get to Nebraska at Oregon. A large number of my wife's family moved out from Nebraska to work in the Portland Shipyards before and during the war. Hoping a bunch of us head down to Eugene for the game.

Also looking at Oregon at Huskies in Seattle in November. Going to be the return of the QUACK!!!!



Phil's still trying to buy you that elusive natty. Half a billion & counting. The guy needs to step it up since he's not getting any younger.

 

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What no line on Oregon vs Southern Utah State ?

I am hoping to get to Nebraska at Oregon. A large number of my wife's family moved out from Nebraska to work in the Portland Shipyards before and during the war. Hoping a bunch of us head down to Eugene for the game.

Also looking at Oregon at Huskies in Seattle in November. Going to be the return of the QUACK!!!!


Phil's still trying to buy you that elusive natty. Half a billion & counting. The guy needs to step it up since he's not getting any younger.


Alabama, Ohio and going to Italy to practice Michigan have never attempted to buy a championship?

 

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  posted on 7/7/2017 at 06:10 PM
Just 7 weeks!

ACC Atlantic Winner
Florida State -145
Clemson +260
Louisville +475
NC State +1400
Syracuse +3500
Wake Forest +4000
Boston College +4000

ACC Coastal Winner
Miami Florida +165
Virginia Tech +260
Georgia Tech +525
Pittsburgh +550
North Carolina +650
Duke +1100
Virginia

ACC Champion
Clemson +460
Miami Florida +675
Louisville +850
Virginia Tech +1200
NC State +3000
Georgia Tech +3200
Pittsburgh +3400
North Carolina +4200
Duke +8500
Syracuse +14000
Wake Forest +17500
Boston College +17500
Virginia +17500

American Athletic Champion
South Florida -130
Houston +575
Memphis +575
Tulsa +900
Navy +1300
Temple +2200
Central Florida +2500
SMU +2800
Cincinnati +3300
Tulane +6600
East Carolina +12000
Connecticut +15000

Big 12 Champion
Oklahoma -110
Oklahoma State +375
TCU +1100
Texas +1100
Kansas State +1100
West Virginia +1900
Baylor +2700
Texas Tech +11500
Iowa State +14000
Kansas +30000

Big 12 Reach Championship Game
Oklahoma -270
Oklahoma State +150
TCU +300
Texas +300
Kansas State +300
West Virginia +515
Baylor +675
Texas Tech +2300
Iowa State +2600
Kansas +4400

Big XII has a conference title game, but without divisions, just the two top teams play.

Big Ten East Winner
Ohio State -160
Penn State +335
Michigan +365
Michigan State +1800
Indiana +3800
Maryland +4200
Rutgers +9500

Big Ten West Winner
Wisconsin -115
Nebraska +425
Northwestern +425
Iowa +700
Minnesota +700
Illinois +2500
Purdue +2700

Big Ten Champion
Ohio State +125
Wisconsin +425
Penn State +595
Michigan +595
Nebraska +2200
Northwestern +2200
Iowa +3500
Minnesota +3500
Michigan State +3500
Indiana +9500
Maryland +11500
Illinois +17500
Purdue +19000
Rutgers +32500

Conference USA Champion
Western Kentucky +190
Louisiana Tech +475
Middle Tennessee +800
Southern Miss +800
UTSA +800
Old Dominion +900
Florida Atlantic +1000
Marshall +1100
Florida International +2800
Rice +3000
North Texas +3200
Charlotte +14000
UAB +14000
UTEP +14000

Mid-American Champion
Toledo +210
Western Michigan +270
Miami Ohio +550
Ohio +550
Northern Illinois +1100
Central Michigan +1300
Akron +1400
Eastern Michigan +1500
Bowling Green +3300
Ball State +5500
Kent State +8500
Buffalo +11500

Mountain West Champion
San Diego State +100
Boise State +325
Colorado State +400
Wyoming +1200
Air Force +2500
New Mexico +2500
Utah State +3200
Hawaii +3500
Nevada +3500
UNLV +4000
San Jose State +5000
Fresno State +6600

Pac-12 North Winner
Washington +115
Stanford +290
Oregon +410
Washington State +410
Oregon State +2500
California +3200

Pac-12 South Winner
USC -290
UCLA +475
Utah +850
Colorado +850
Arizona State +1800
Arizona +2800

Pac-12 Champion
USC +115
Washington +300
Stanford +975
Washington State +1300
Oregon +1300
UCLA +1300
Utah +1700
Colorado +2500
Arizona State +6000
Arizona +10000
Oregon State +10000
California +12500

SEC East Winner
Georgia +145
Florida +160
Tennessee +345
Kentucky +1800
South Carolina +1800
Missouri +2900
Vanderbilt +2900

SEC West Winner
Alabama -280
LSU +475
Auburn +485
Texas A&M +2800
Arkansas +4000
Mississippi State +5500

SEC Champion
Alabama -165
LSU +700
Auburn +725
Georgia +1000
Florida +1150
Tennessee +2400
Texas A&M +5500
Arkansas +8500
Mississippi State +13000
South Carolina +13000
Kentucky +13000
Missouri +25000
Vanderbilt +25000

Sun Belt Champion
Appalachian State +130
Arkansas State +325
Troy +340
UL Lafayette +1400
Georgia Southern +1400
Idaho +1700
New Mexico State +2000
South Alabama +2000
UL Monroe +4500
Georgia State +4500
Coastal Carolina +11500
Texas State +17500

[Edited on 7/8/2017 by nebish]

 

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  posted on 7/8/2017 at 07:20 AM
I took Michigan under 9 (and I am a die hard Michigan fan). I don't see them winning 10 so if they win 9 I would just push.

I was going to take the under on Wisconsin but their schedule is a joke so I didn't. They should win The Big Ten running away.

 

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  posted on 7/9/2017 at 06:05 AM
I haven't had a chance to really study opening week schedule but 2 games really jumped out to me. Alabama-Florida State and Florida-Michigan..

 

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  posted on 7/9/2017 at 06:09 AM
Not sure if Florida has yet found an offense though..

 

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  posted on 7/10/2017 at 10:48 AM
10.5 is a crazy total on Wisconsin though. So funny because last year everyone was selling the Badgers and I think their win total was down to maybe 7 or 7.5 at one point because the schedule was believed to be so tough.

5 dimes has them at 9.5 over -200 and under +170 currently.

Not sure what price would be on under 10.5, but all you need is for them to drop 2 games...

at BYU? (BYU only lost to UCLA, Utah and WVa by combined 7 pts and beat Mich St and Mississippi State)

vs Northwestern (NW won '14 and '15)

at Nebraska? (Wisc won in OT last year and by just 2 in '15)

home vs Maryland? (not as likely, however I personally am a little high on Terps this year)

at Indiana? (Badgers normally dominate series, but IU has been playing the 'big boys' tough last 2 years and they haven't played last few years since IU has gotten kinda good )

Iowa? (I like Stanley stepping in at QB for Hawks think Iowa might be better than people think)

home vs Michigan?

I think Wisconsin will have a good team as always, but at the same time they could definitely lose 2 or 3 of those games. Not sure they are head-and-shoulders above any of those to assume they can't drop a few. I'm always looking for upsets!

[Edited on 7/10/2017 by nebish]

 

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  posted on 7/10/2017 at 10:57 AM
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I haven't had a chance to really study opening week schedule but 2 games really jumped out to me. Alabama-Florida State and Florida-Michigan..

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Not sure if Florida has yet found an offense though..


So many story lines in that FSU-Bama game. Just wish it could be a home-and-home series instead of a one-off.

Saban vs Jimbo, Hurts vs Francois, can FSU pass protect after getting murdered at OL last year?, who will rush passer for Bama? Is FR RB Akers as good as hyped?, what will Bama O look like post-Kiffin...

Pretty anxious to see Florida's offense as well. So much wasted potential for that Gators on O the last several years...and McElwain is an O guy. They get Malik Zaire transfering in from ND...will they know how to use him, game 1 what will his efficiency and comfort be in the O?

I actually think that Michigan's D will be very good still, even with the loss of so many guys. Front 7 appears to still be a strength, we just don't know all their names yet, production will follow. The secondary is a bigger concern, but vs a normally anemic Gator O might not matter, or will it this year?

 
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