I said NO WAY and it happened again! ODU was a 28 point underdog, but VTech’s QB went down, and their offense was already dysfunctional. Their defense also forgot to show up and a historic upset occurred. Once again a ranked team with a mediocre or poor offense went down. Will it happen again for the upset special I think is least likely to occur? Who could that be this week? Continue reading
If we have learned one thing in the GB College Football Challenge, it is to go with the game that I identify as a nearly impossible upset.
Hurricane Florence hit the coast of North Carolina on Friday morning but some eastern towns such as New Bern, Morehead City, Atlantic Beach, and Wilmington suffered the effects long before Florence made landfall. These areas are seeing flood waters and damages like they’ve never experienced and they need our help. Continue reading
Success on GoodBookey in Week 2 hinged in large part on Kentucky’s shocking upset of Florida, at Florida.
The big win for Kentucky ended 31 years of misery losing in The Swap, and scored GoodBookey picking savants 525 points. Overall, people did well using either a few locks and hitting one or two moderate upsets, or going all upsets and hitting one or two big ones. Continue reading
This week’s best values are Texas A&M at home (500), South Carolina (425) at home, Pitt (347) at home, Arizona State at home (399), and Stanford at home (153).
Clemson is better than A&M, but maybe the Kyle Field 12th man will cause chaos and propel A&M to an upset. South Carolina played UGA tough at UGA last year, so logic says that this game should be decent. Penn State looked pretty bad last week and Pitt is not terrible at home. Michigan State looked bad last week and Arizona State looked better. Stanford was beaten twice by USC last year but has generally been successful running on USC in the past five years. Continue reading