Hail Melon 🍉
- Aug 19, 2018
Massive shake-up to the collegiate sports future landscape today, perhaps the most impactful yet.
The sport’s finished in my book. This is what happens when you sell out entirely to TV networks. Administrators have a duty to make as much money as possible, and not a duty to all of intercollegiate athletics, conference members, or academia.
It's tough to think of potential positives to come out of this, things will definitely not be the same as they used to be in regards to tradition, but I think it will be end up being okay for CFB and may lead to interesting matchups of the BIG having to come out to the West Coast and vice versa, which hasn't happened a whole lot but is always a good watch (ex Oregon/Ohio State last year).
2 schools I hope will replace USC and UCLA in the PAC are Boise St and San Diego St, the Aztecs have a brand new stadium going in and the Broncos I would like to see take a step up in competition, both teams have enjoyed a level of success consistently over the past decade plus.
Not sure what he knows about football but Nebraska should give him a call, doubt he would draw up an onside kick up 11 in the 3rd
Might be the best game on Saturday. I expect Ohio State to run through Notre Dame.Utah vs Florida on Saturday I’m interested to see if Cam Rising and the Utes want to play for a National Championship or get swamped all year
I'm betting heavy on Utah. I think they win by a couple tuddies
I think eventually Florida will be a good team under Napier, but Utah is a legit natty contender.No way.
Yeah, I'm biased because I'm a huge Florida fan, but I think the Gators come out with the win. I realize it's the first game under a new coaching staff after a ****** year and we're playing a damn good opponent, but I like Florida's odds. I think it will be a close game with the Gators coming out on top.