Big 10 is a dumpster fire. Almost AAC level bad. Big 12 is meh.
I imagine the ACC will stay pretty good with FSU and Miami returning and the addition of Louisville as another consistently ranked team. Notre Dame as well. With all the talent in the southern states, the SEC and ACC should be the best conferences. Too much talent to go around.
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Last edited by Clipse; 10-17-2013 at 07:20 AM.
Enjoy your burrito.
UCF +12.5 was such easy money. UCF +435 moneyline icing on the cake. Thank you Louisville.
Football is a crazy sport man. It was 28-7 Louisville in the middle of the 3rd quarter and I turned the game off and went about my business. Up this morning, check the scores, Louisville loses 38-35. Must of been a hell of a comeback for UCF. Knew UCF was a good team, they had South Carolina on the ropes . . . didn't think they'd go into Papa John Stadium and pull the upset. They honestly should be top 20 come next week.
UCF is a good team and Storm Johnson is a good RB that I wish never transferred from Miami. Blake Bortles is a pretty good QB too. Stanback looked good. They have some weapons on that offense so I was surprised Vegas felt as strongly about Louisville as they did.
UCF is a very solid team. They had the heart to come back (and a lot of help by way of a Senorise Perry fumble on their side of the field). Our defense got out right gashed the second half and DC Vance Bedford got out coached. But also that defense is still pretty young. There's only 2 or 3 seniors on the 2 deep plus 2 of our DTs in the rotation haven't played a down yet this season (and probably won't now). We'll be loosing Teddy but we'll be taking a deep and experience defense into the ACC. Now if we can just some how keep Vance Bedford from calling so many blitzes. He and Coyle are cut from the same blitz-happy cloth.
I don't even know what crappy bowl is #2 in line for the AAC. I guess I'll have to look it up.