Forty names, games, staff and news reports in the college field (“Beginners Football Handbook” sold separately in Charlottesville, where the home team finally won a section):
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PRIMER WEEKLY CHAMPIONSHIP
Unfortunately, we have reached the end of the road. After this week season bowl and playoff season comes and then the worst of each season-the offseason. But at least there are a number of high powered plains and large bets this week before the dust sets and we go on to Selection Sunday. Short Dash breakdown for each of the 10 SMT games:
SEC (31). Who: LSU vs Georgia. Where: Atlanta. When: 4 p. ET on Saturday. Online: LSU about seven.
What would happen if LSUs came out: Tiger would be 13–0 for the first time since 2011 and cited a convincing case for being No. 1 in the final playoff ranking, after four of their main CSS-Alabama rivals, Auburn overcome Florida and Georgia-plus Texas on the road. Georgia is likely to have a ticket for the Sugar or Orange bowl.
What would happen if Georgia were to win: Chaos and controversy, certainly. This result is likely to add both the Bulldoganna and the LSU to play, to the rest of the country. Best Guess: Ohio State is the seed crop, and Clemson, Georgia and LSU are followed.
Who will win: LSU. This is a major strength of strength: The proportion of the Tiger, an average of 48.7 points per game; against the Bulldogs defense, allowing 10.4 the game. Both units classify nationally. But the weak link here is no scoring offense. 40-ranking Georgia, a foul unit which further prevented due to lack of Lawrence Cager receivers (full game due to injury) and George Pickens (half game about suspension in Georgia Tech Game). The LSU defense is not impressive (No. 31 nationally in the points allowed), but the Tigers played better on that side of the ball against Saturday A&M Texas. It is difficult to see that Georgia was able to match points with Joe Burrow & Co..
Pick Dash: LSU 31, Georgia 21.
Ten (32). Who: Wisconsin vs. Ohio State. Where: Indianapolis. When: 8 p.m. Saturday. Online: Ohio State under 16 1/2.
What would happen if Ohio State won: The Buckeyes were 13–0 first from the 2002 national title team. Their strong demand for themselves would be the playoff No. No. 1, having twice baked the Brocaigh, Penn State and Michigan. It is likely to have a ticket in Wisconsin for a Florida solar bowl game.
What would happen if Wisconsin did: This would certainly be interesting. Ohio State would still be very likely to undergo drama. It would then be a question of comparing the two Badger losses with one-loss champions that could be 12 or PAC-12. There would be many good attractions at Wisconsin (Ohio State on a neutral area, Michigan, by Minnesota, Iowa). But the playoff has not yet been made by a team of two losses – which means regret could be a one-point loss for Illinois for years. If the Badgers hit the game but don't make the drama, they would have a ticket for the Rose Bowl.
Who wins: The same team won great when they met in October-Ohio State. That was one of the few games that the Buckeyes in the bag were not half-time, and the playing field partially with fixed rain. (This will not happen this time around, with the game inside.) Ohio State scored 28 unanswered points in the second half to take it on, with Chase Young and one of its biggest defense productions in recent years. Jonathan Taylor Jonathan Taylor couldn't go in the first meeting, and if they can't control the game to run then the Badgers are in trouble.
Pick a Dash: Ohio State 41, Wisconsin 15.
Large 12 (33). Who: Baylor vs Oklahoma. Where: Arlington, Texas. When: noon Saturday. Online: Oklahoma under nine.
What would happen if Oklahoma were to meet: The Sooners would do a competition similar to the fourth playground, provided that all other options meet. Would there be enough two shell over 11-win at Baylor to do the day? The selection committee was questioned by the selection committee last season and it has made three of the five playoff areas, but it has not yet reached a game. If neither team makes the playoff, Oklahoma would go to the Sugar Bowl and Baylor to the Alamo.
What would happen if Baylor: The same story – the Bears, as a 12–1 league champion, would be in the time of the debate for the fourth playoff site. The problem is the non-league résumé, which has a thread in it. Case, if Wisconsin State of Ohio or Georgia would lose it close to LSU while the Bears are 12–1: could Baylor be the first team left out in favor of a team of two losses from another conference? After the fate that happened to the bears in 2014, that would not be good in Waco. If the playoff does not, Baylor would go to the Sugar and Oklahoma to the Alamo.
Who will win: Baylor. Lead went 25 points away from the bears in the first meeting. They are unlikely to get so big again, but he says that they delay the Oklahoma team who have lost their game in recent games. The Mitigation was not too great against Oklahoma State on Saturday despite the fact that the Cowboys without quarter Spencer Sanders had to start. This is a major disturbance of the Championship Weekend.
Pick Dash: Baylor 30, Oklahoma 28.
Pac-12 (34). Who: Utah vs Oregon. Where: Santa Clara. When: 8 p.m. Friday. Online: Utah about 6 1/2.
What would happen if Utah discovered: The Utes would have a good playback, even better if they hit the Ducks smoothly. They would be in competition with the Big 12 winner and perhaps others for the fourth playoff spot. If Utah does not make the drama, evil is the joys prize: the first Rose Bowl in school history. If Utah made the playoff, Oregon would go to the Rose.
What would happen if Oregon discovered: The Pac-12 would certainly not be out of the play games, except where mayhem was released elsewhere and the Ducks are in full bloom. Oregon would go to the Rose Bowl and Utah was probably the indifferent producer for the Alamo Bowl.
Who will win: Utah. The Utes are playing as a team on a mission. They won eight straight points, seven with 18 points or more. They are a highly protected team and are effective in terms of offense (the 6.9 yards per play is in the top 10 nationally). Oregon can also play some protection, so this game could be a little more exciting than the comic sink of Pac-12 title game last year, victory 10–3 Washington over Utah.
Pick Dash: Utah 17, Oregon 13.
Atlantic Coast (35) t. Who: Clemson vs Virginia. Where: Charlotte. When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Line: Clemson about 28 1/2.
What would happen if Clemson discovered: The Tigers would come into the play on a 28-game winning streak when he fired the fire for disrespect, whether true or completely for motivational purposes. They would have the seed No. 3 the most talented in the short history of the playoff, both won LSU and Ohio State. Virginia is likely to come to the Orange Bowl for the first time in the history of the school.
What would happen if Virginia wins: There is nothing small. The defending national champions are likely to be very similar to play, extending the committee's task from making a final call to the final destination to both final positions. (It may be as easy as the 12 champ and Utah Major. Or it could be more complicated, if Oregon Utes misses.) It seems that Virginia would be in the Orange Bowl and Clemson at meet with the citrus bowl or even the camping. Bowl, where it would be the least motivated bowl team.
Who will win: Um, Clemson. Large. The Tiger will plan to protect Trevor Lawrence from the Virginia race, and will limit what Bryce Perkins can do as a runner. And that's it. We will continue to nominate Score Time by the middle of the third quarter.
Pick Dash: Clemson 39, Virginia 7.
American (36). Who: Cincinnati at Memphis. When: 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Online: Memphis about 9 1/2.
What would happen if Memphis win: Nothing in terms of play. At No. 18 in the rankings of committees, the Tiger losses are under uncontested pressure. But the best people are the Five offer to take the land to the Cotton Bowl. About Cincinnati: all the projections are literally on the map, and there are few copies of satisfaction.
What would happen if Cincinnati won: The Bearcats (10–2) would also have a chance at the Cotton Bowl, if they stay ahead of Boise State in the ratings. If not, it is a slippery slope. Memphis could wind up in a literary home game in the Liberty Bowl, or in some other locales.
Who will win: Memphis. I can't go against the Tiger after their performance against the Bearcats last week. It was a competitive game, but Memphis never corrupted and had a response to all Cincinnati rally.
Pick a Dash: Memphis 28, Cincinnati 21.
West West (37). Who: Hawaii at Boise State. When: 4 p. Saturday. Online: Boise State about 13 1/2.
What would happen if Boise State won: The Broncos would give their case to the Cotton State Secretary and enter the AAC championship competition. If Boise does not bowl on New Year Six, it would be towards the Las Vegas Bowl and date with combat Pac-12. Certainly there would be a ticket for Hawaii for a home game in the Hawaii Bowl against BYU.
What would happen if Hawaii meets: This would make the MWC a controversy for the Cotton Bowl controversy, and everything else will be interesting. The West Mountain bowl protocol does not guarantee that its champion in Bol Las Vegas plays – it just says the bowl “is the first choice of staff available.” Due to the probability that Boise would rank higher and give it's more fans, Vegas is likely to still need the Broncos. Hawaii is likely to stay at home and playing BYU.
Who will win: Boise State. No betting against the Broncos at this point, after the rainbow warriors hit at 22 on the blue turf earlier this season. Boise suffered a lot of injuries but he still won five in a row, and it will lead to this.
Dash pick: Boise State 38. Hawaii 24.
United States Congress (38). Who: UAB at Florida Atlantic. When: 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Online: FAU by 7 1/2.
What would happen if FAU was achieved: The Owls might want to make a shot by Power 5 opponent in a bowl, and this would come against a large team of 12 in the First Responders Bowl in Dallas. Or they could stay closer to home and play in the Gasparilla Bowl in Tampa Bay. The Blazers could be ticketed for the New Orleans Bowl.
What would happen in UAB wins: The Blazers might want that game against the opponent 12, and the Owls could wind up in Tampa or New Orleans.
Who will win: UAB. His name is at the coach of Atlantic Florida, Kiffin Lane, in the dregs for some jobs, which means he is giving as much attention to this game and made it with Alabama conviction before College Playoff 2016 Football seminars – said Nick Saban added that he would take a training time in the play final. Oriented blazers in the turbulent spring.
Pick Dash: UAB 32, FAU 31.
American Medium (39) t. Who: Miami (Ohio) vs. Central Michigan. When: noon Saturday. Where: Detroit. Line: Central Michigan under seven.
What happens if Central Michigan or Miami hits: With the Quick Lane Bowl in Detroit off the table, there is no iron football order at the league, so the Chippewas and RedHawks could be in different places. Just for fun, we bring a Central Michigan project to the Camellia Bowl and Miami to the Bowl LendingTree.
Who will win: Central Michigan. The Chippewas won six of their last seven, five of whom were determined. They are the warmer team from a more intense division of the league.
Pick pick: Central Michigan 42, Miami (Ohio) 28.
Sun Belt (40). Who: Louisiana in the Appalachian State. When: noon Saturday. Line: Apply 6 6/2.
What happens if an Appalachian State strikes: There is certainly not enough for the 11–1 Mountains that have a high dome from No. 25 in the CFP ratings into the Cotton Bowl as the main group of five teams – AAC winner is the blockade then. That would be a State App ticket for the New Orleans Bowl, and Louisiana would probably have headed another Southern bowl with Sun Belt-ins-ins.
What happens if Louisiana gains: No shot on the Cotton. Louisiana leaders to New Orleans Bowl and App State nearby go elsewhere.
Who will win: App State. Just as it is not meant for the Sun Belt that is not a good game – the two teams are linked to 21–3 and are the main competition, and both coaches now have their names in a larger mill for more jobs. largest. They met earlier this season in Lafayette and the Mountaineers won 17–7. Expect more points this time around.
Pick Dash: Appalachian State 28, Louisiana 21.
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