2016 Record: 10-3, 6-3 in Conference Key Wins: USC Key Losses: Washington, Washington State, Colorado Death, taxes, and Stanford Football: these have been universal constants for the last seven years. 2016 was considered a down year by the Cardinal’s standards … Continue reading Pac-12 Preview: Stanford
The lifeblood of college football revolves around middle-aged men convincing 17 year-old kids to join their team; we just happen to call it recruitment. The biggest recruiting holiday of the year, National Signing Day, happened a couple weeks ago. Nearly every player in the Top 100 signs their letters of intent (essentially, their pledges) on this day and people can understand how the recruiting classes will look.
Let’s take a look at the Pac-12 North in inverse rankings (according to 247.com composite rankings).
The Pac-12 released their schedules about a week and a half ago. A hallmark of offseason banter is dissecting schedules to determine how difficult a season might be for any one team. When does a team get their bye week? … Continue reading Breaking Down Pac-12 Schedules: The North
Marcus Mariota has been touted as the best quarterback in all of college football at the moment, and it’s hard to argue against that. Relatively unknown as a high schooler, Mariota has shown patience (almost to a fault), speed, and … Continue reading Getting the Monkey Off the Back
I missed the first half of games due to prior commitments, but here we go: Way to go Florida State, Clemson, Alabama, Wisconsin, and South Carolina. Your wins surely erase all the concerns that cost (or almost cost) you … Continue reading Thoughts on NCAA Football: Week Two (Too Early to Call NCAA Playoff Predictions)