Discussion in 'Sports and Entertainment Center' started by FLRacingFan, Aug 24, 2019.
Big one down here to kick off the season in Week 0.
DVR is set. Go Gators.
Gators trying to snatch a defeat out of the jaws of victory......
That was one of the worst football games I've ever seen. Ugly football all night.
But it's a win over Miami.
Shades of Kevin Dyson. Oof.
I didn't like Franks last year and hoped for the best for this year but he's the same showboating idiot that he's always been. The defense won that game in spite of our so called offense's (Frank's) constant screwups. For the first time ever I'm thinking about not following them.
Franks is too inconsistent to win the division even if the skill players and defense are great. The last interception to give Miami one final shot was especially mindnumbing. They should’ve put them away early without those two dumb fumbles too.
Well we got Memphis here in a few hours. Online I’ve seen some of our Ole Miss people say “this isn’t a rivalry game” but I’m definitely worried about playing them, especially on week one considering what happened the last time we went up to the Liberty Bowl. But I am excited to see Matt Corral play a full game as the starting QB, hopefully he don’t get into a fight like he did the last time he played.
Lol @ Nebraska being ranked
On the other hand they are really good at interception returns tho
As a Canes hater, it must be nice being the 4th best team in state anymore haha.
So yeah we still suck
Can’t wait to watch the Bulldogs play tonight!
USF is still hot garbage. Smh.
I think Tennessee football might be dead at this point. How many different coaches have they gone through now since Fat Phil was fired?
Haven't been following much of the games today yet but I've written off Tennessee for 10 years now.
Gotta love the hype the Utes are getting.
Watch us lose in the P-12 Championship game again.
Fresno State fan in the house jk
That was an absolute massacre last night put on them by Wisky.
And...Tennessee just killed my parlay wager....20+ point favorite in a home opener jfc.
I’ve even seen some Utah to the CFP predictions...
Good squad but the PAC-12 itself is going to be really competitive this year. It’s hard to go unscathed in that league.
FSU with the chokejob of the week...
Yeah somebody on ESPN, maybe it was Corso even. Solid squad but I'd temper expectations and hope for a Rose Bowl at this point.
lol favorite response
Stanford going for the mini-chokejob with back to back identical fumbles...may or may not happen stay tuned
Good day for #MePersonally
This Oregon/Auburn game has been non-stop action from the get go. College Football thank you!
One last dig at UT - for now.
This sport, man.
Best Week 1 Saturday Night Football opener in at least five years.
If I'm any team scheduling an FCS school, I'm never putting Portland State, Northern Iowa, or North Dakota State, or even South Dakota State on for that matter on it.
Oregon plays NDSU the week before they play Ohio State next year. Even a year away you could probably call that a trap game.
If you're going to pay an FCS team to come in for an easy W don't schedule the big dogs down there. James Madison is another one I wouldn't touch.
NDSU is an FCS powerhouse, so in a sense, maybe Oregon would actually get up for that game?
As a Utah fan, I've never been concerned with Weber State, Idaho State, Southern Utah, Montana State and some of the other Big Sky schools. But for whatever reason Portland State seems to do fairly well against FBS teams.
Tennessee is such a garbage program anymore. Sorry Vols fans, but you get 7-8 home games a year and getting to a bowl game is a major accomplishment anymore.
Fresno State/USC got good late last night too.
Pour one out for JT Daniels.
D'Eriq King vs. Jalen Hurts. Should be a lot of points tonight.
Finally watched the extended highlights. Pretty bad collapse by FSU on their home grass, Boise looks like they're a solid overall team tho.
It's unbelievable how down some of these big time programs are from what they used to be FSU, Florida, Miami, USC, Texas, Tennessee. Heck even UCLA I've been waiting to bounce back for a good 20 years now...
That makes zero sense Michigan not being able to challenge the fumble recovery for a touchdown. Zero.
I didn't see that play but I've heard a little bit about it since I turned it on. What happened?
These teams are both sloppy so far, lots of penalties and turnovers. I bet Oklahoma is glad someone else gets to face the heat from playing Army close this year.
Army fumbled Michigan player was on the ground trying to recover it got to his feet before establishing possession ran it in for a touchdown. Refs ruled him down at the spot. Then they say it's unreviewable.
Very next play Michigan gets sacked and fumble it back to Army. Game changer.
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