Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Big Ten Expansion

Well the Big Ten has really never followed its name like right now the Big Ten has 11 teams and next year they will have 12 teams with the addition of Nebraska. There will be two Big Ten divisions consisting of 6 teams in each and resulting in a conference championship which extremely needed in the Big Ten. Don't laugh to hard to hard at the new division names and the new logo is not to hot either. I guess the Big Ten is trying to get hipper? I do not like it to say the least.

Leaders: Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Purdue, Illinois, and Indiana.
Legends: Michigan, Nebraska, Iowa, Northwestern, Michigan State, and Minnesota.

The guaranteed cross divisional rivalries start with Michigan and OSU. On top of that, Wisconsin and Minnesota, and Illinois and Northwestern preserve their annual rivalries. That leaves Penn State, Purdue, and Indiana from Leaders, and Nebraska, Iowa, and Michigan State from the Legends. Penn State will lose that terribly important Land Grant game in favor of a new rivalry with Nebraska. Meanwhile, it's a little known fact, but the Spartans and Hoosiers do have a rivalry, in which they play for the Old Brass Spittoon. That leaves the final protected rivalry as Iowa against their newly hated rival, Purdue. All things considered, I think the Big Ten did a pretty good job. Some rivalry games will no longer be an annual event. Some fans and teams travel expenditures will get much pricier. I think the Big Ten will be much more competitive in the years to come and might be the second best conference behind the SEC.

Mountain West Conference Expansion

So the Mountain West is going to lose 3 teams. First they will lose BYU next year who will become an independent Football team. Next year they also will lose Utah to the Pac 12. In two years MWC will lose TCU to the Big East. MWC will also add a couple teams first joining the conference next year will be Boise State, Fresno State, and Nevada. And in two years Hawaii will be joining the MWC. The MWC had 9 Teams this year in two years they will have 10 so an addition of one. The WAC is one defection short of becoming a complete joke conference, and Hawaii would push them past that ledge. At this point it would not surprise me at all to hear that the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs have accepted an invitation to the Sun Belt. Rating the New MWC will be hard next year it will be very competitive with TCU and Boise State playing each other so I will give it a B for next year, but in two years you lose TCU and gain Hawaii the conference will basically be a bigger WAC so I'll have to give it a D-.

MWC Teams: (Next Year)
United States Air Force Academy
Colorado State University
University of New Mexico
San Diego State University (Will leave in 2012-2013)
Texas Christian University
University of Wyoming
Boise State University
Fresno State
University of Nevada

University of Hawaii (Will join in 2012-2013)

New Big East Conference

The Big East did not do much adding to the conference this year. Of course their basketball conference has a plentiful 17 teams and now their football conference will have 9 with the addition of TCU. TCU is coming from the MWC. They will became a football team and basketball team in the Big East. This is an amazing opportunity for TCU to make a BCS bowl every year now, because of that automatic bid now. The Big East will still be a very weak football conference, and I would not be surprised for if maybe the next 10 years TCU is in a BCS bowl possibly a National Championship. TCU will join the league in 2012-2013 NOT 2011-2012 (Next Year) Villanova is being courted to become a football member, having been in the Big East in all other sports for over 30 years. Rumors exist that the Central Florida Knights are first in line of Villanova refuses. Thus the Big East appears set to move to a 10 team league.

New Big East (9 Teams):
West Virginia, Pittsburgh, South Florida, Rutgers, Syracuse, Connecticut, Cincinnati, Louisville, and now TCU

The Old Pac 10 Turns Into The New Pac 12

The Pac-10 conference will become the Pac-12 next football season, after adding Colorado and Utah to the conference. With 12 total teams, the league will be able to play a conference championship football game, after splitting into two divisions.

The 12 Teams Will Be:
Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado (New Transfer from Big 12), Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington, Washington State, UCLA, Utah (New Transfer From MWC), USC

The two divisions:
North- California, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington, Washington State
South- Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, UCLA, USC, Utah

I personally like the addition of the two teams to make a conference championship. I also like the new divisions a lot. First I like the rivals that are kept in both divisions. In the north Oregon-Oregon State, Washington-Washington State and in the south Arizona-Arizona State, UCLA-USC. The only thing I do not like is that they put Colorado and Utah, their new additions to the Pac 12, in the same division. Why? What is the purpose? Switch either Cal or Stanford with Colorado or Utah it would not make a difference. Overall I think the Pac 10 will be a quality conference still not at the top for football but not that bad. Utah will finally get a chance to see if they are Pretenders or Contenders. Should be fun.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Pick Results: Bowl Games

My Overall Record: 29-6

ACC: 4-4
Big Ten: 3-5
Big 12: 3-5
Big East: 4-2
SEC: 5-5
C-USA: 2-4
Independent: 2-1
MAC: 2-2
MWC: 4-1
Sun Belt: 2-1
Pac 10: 2-2
WAC: 2-2

Breaking News: Ohio State Scandal

QB Terrelle Pryor and 4 other players won't be running the Ohio State attack in the first five games of 2011.
We learned that five players many of them stars didn't know it was a no-no to sell championship rings, game gear and personal awards for cash.
The players suspended were WR Devier Posey, QB Terrelle Pryor, RB Dan Herron, Defensive Lineman Solomon Thomas, Offensive Tackle Mike Adams.
Players reportedly sold Big Ten Championship rings, Awards won from bowl games, The Pants the Buckeyes win for beating Michigan, Jerseys, Autographs, and much more memorbillia.
Players even traded Autographs for free tatoos at a local parlor. The players will not be suspended for the Sugar bowl instead they will face a five game suspension starting at the begining of next year.
It's embarrassing to the program they sold championship rings something you get once In a lifetime. The players should defiantly be suspended for the bowl game I don't care how much money it brings in. Plus these kids can go pro and not have to deal with anything and the ncaa says they'll get them in the NFL with what a $ 10,000 fine big whoop that's pocket change at that level. I think the players should be banned for the sugar bowl and next year the first 5 games. And what's even more ridocolus is that Ohio st first 5 games are all winable games and then their sixth game is against Nebraska how does that happen. I am truly disgusted at the ncaa yet again. The ncaa clearly has made me mad about this topic. And one thing Mr. Pryor you will NEVER EVER make it as a pro QB NEVER. Pryor of all the five that were caught doing this you are the one that truly disgusts me some leader you are. Ryan Mallet I hope you and your Razorbacks destory those SUCKeyes. SCREW EM'

Thursday, December 23, 2010

A Possible Playoff System

Example of the Winner and Losers Bracket Pretty Cool Right (Click on Images to enlarge)
So my friend Ray Lewis, me, and Ray's dad all had little ideas to make an actually well rounded BCS Playoff system.

The System:
1. So first we will keep all those sponsored bowls so the ncaa can still make its high revenue.
2. But at the end of the year the BCS standings do not decide anything they are basically thrown out.
3. Instead we choose the top 8 teams in the country. These teams will be chosen by the Heisman Voters. There are 950 of them so they will all get a good say. The voters will write down their top 8 teams in their mind (All the teams written out/voted for must be in the top 25 so no joke team gets picked) Once all 950 voters have decided their individual Top 10s points must be distributed. So it goes like this if a team is voted first they get 10 points (Obviously the same team will probably be voted first a lot like this year in the case of Auburn) then the second place teams get 9 points each, 3rd place gets 8 points, 4th place gets 7 points, 5th place gets 6 points, 6th place gets 5 points, 7th place gets 4 points, and 8th place gets 3 points. All points for each team are added up and then put into the correct order 1-8
4. The 8 teams will then play in a playoff style setting with seeds 1-8. The 4 winners will play in the second round. The two games in the second round will be two different BCS bowls which will rotate every year. They 4 losers will play in the consolation round in two other BCS bowl games.
5. The 2 winners of the final 4 team "Winner Bracket" will play in the National Championship and depending on the teams finish the 3rd and 4th place finishers will be decided from those two teams who lost to the teams playing in the National Championship.
6. The 2 winners of the consolation bracket will play in a new BCS bowl game made up, like The ESPN bowl idk but it will have a new name making a 6th BCS bowl. Obviously the winner of the final consolation game will be the 5th place team the loser will be the 6th place team and depending on teams finish the 7th and 8th place finishers will be decided from those two teams who lost to the teams playing in the "ESPN bowl".

• This way we avoid having a stupid selection process.
• The NCAA will make more revenue with the addition to the BCS bowl and the fact that more people want a playoff system will help with ticket sales and views.
• We no longer need to worry about a computer messing up the standings when we have 950 smart voters who will vote for the top 8 and continue to vote for the heisman.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Breaking News: New Coaching Jobs

New Coaching Jobs: (First Name is Old Coach. Second Name is New Coach)

4-8 Arkansas State 37-47 Steve Roberts (84-82) Hugh Freeze (Was Offense Cord. @ Ark. St.) : Personally I do not really care about this coaching change, but I am assuming to many losing season from Mr. Roberts caused this.

4-8 Ball State 6-19 Stan Parrish (63-60) Eddie Faulkner (Interim): Ball St. has always been looked at as a joke team from the MAC, I never truly respected them, but showing their guts by firing their head coach is a start.

5-7 Colorado 19-39 Dan Hawkins (112-61) Jon Embree (Was not a College Football Coach, assistant in NFL): I am glad Colorado got rid of hawkins. Going 19-39 at Colorado is a complete joke. No bowl game this year is a major issue.

7-5 Florida 64-15 Urban Meyer (103-23) Will Muschamp (Was an assistant at many different colleges, but has not been a college football head coach): Obviously nothing was wrong with Meyer as a coach of the gators. Meyer stepped down again because of health problems. Meyer is a college football genius kind of like me :p. Personally I do not think he will return to the game sadly.

5-7 Indiana 19-30 Bill Lynch (100-97) Kevin Wilson (Was Oklahoma's Offense Cord.): Having bill lynch only make 1 bowl game in his few short years at IU was a major reason why he was fired. Also, this year Indiana won 4 non-conference games all he had to do was win 2 Big 10 games. He only won 1 game against Purdue. I think Kevin Wilson will be a great new coach within 4 or 5 years I can see Indiana going to bowl games regularly and finish in the middle of the big 10.

5-7 Kent State 29-53 Doug Martin (29-53) Darrell Hazell (Assistant at Ohio St. Never a Head Coach): Doug Martin has coached all 7 years of his career at Kent. St. Kent St. has not gone to a bowl game the last 7 years. Doug did resign after their final game against Ohio which was a win. Hopefully Kent St. can either use a wise Jerry McManus to their advantage or will they go hunting for a new head coach. I think the edition of Hazell will completely change this football team for the better having a quality play caller like him is key.

3-9 Louisiana-Lafayette 41-65 Rickey Bustle (41-65) Mark Hudspeth (66-21 former Miss. St. Assistant coach and North Alabama head coach): L.A. Laff. had a disappointing season and I think they can rebound quickly with a new staff and head coach. Bustle coached every year of his coaching career obviously it did not work.

7-5 Miami (Fla.) 28-22 Randy Shannon (28-22) Al Golden (27-34 former Temple Head Coach): Al Golden coached at temple and well it was not that great. I do not think Shannon should of been fired his offense could not click because of a terrible QB. If jacory Harris had not been his QB Shannon would still be coaching the Hurricanes. Maybe he can take over the job at Temple? Would not be a bad idea he can build a decent program there. Golden shouldn't be the head coach of a quality well known football program. Bad decision by the AD of miami.

9-4 Miami Ohio 10-15 Michael Haywood (10-15) Lance Guidry (Interim): I Feel bad for Miami Ohio. They lost their head coach to a quality Pittsburgh team at the end of the year. Haywood is a very good coach taking his 1-11 RedHawks team last year to a 9-4 Mac Champion. I wish him the best of luck in the Big east, but again I feel very bad for the Miami Ohio Students and players.

3-9 Minnesota 15-30 Tim Brewster (15-30) Jerry Kill (127-73 Former NIU coach): Brewster did take Minnesota to two bowl games in his short tenure with the gophers, but Brewster obviously did not meet expectations at Minnesota resulting in his firing during the middle of this season. Jerry kill the talented coach coming from NIU will be a huge boost to this Minnesota team. Kill is bringing his coordinators from NIU with him to Minnesota. I assume Kill thinks he can duplicate his success at Minnesota.

3-9 North Texas 6-37 Todd Dodge (6-37) Dan McCarney (56-85 former Iowa St. head coach): North Texas offered Dodge the job to be head coach because he was a very successful high school football coach leading his High School team Southlake Carroll to 4 out of 5 State Championships from 2002-2006. Dodge was fired in the middle of the season because a 1-6 start. Dan's coaching record may not seem to good but he was a very successful coach at Iowa st. leading the Cyclones to 4 bowl games in 11 Years. He also finished 1st in the north part of the Big 12 on one occasion. I think he can really improve a struggling North Texas team.

10-3 Northern Illinois 23-16 Jerry Kill (127-73) Dave Doeren (Dave has never had a Head coaching job but was a Defensive Cord. at Wisconsin for the past 4 years): The fact that Jerry Kill left after the last game and decided not to coach them in their bowl game is disrespectful. This players got you that job at Minnesota the least you could do is coach them in one last game and wait till after the season to take over a head coaching job. Personally I am no longer a Jerry Kill fan I thought what he did with this team this year was amazing, but now I have no respect for him. Personally I would not mind if he fails at Minn. he also took all of his Coordinators with him leaving NIU completly bear. Forget you Jerry Kill.

7-5 Pittsburgh 42-31 Dave Wannstedt (42-31) Michael Haywood (10-15 Former Miami Ohio Head Coach) ?: Dave was a fabolous coach and I do not understand why Pitt fired him. Dave has taken Pitt to a bowl game the last two years and now this year. Wannstedt was 7-5 this year and 26-12 in his last 3 years. WHAT WAS THE PURPOSE OF FIRING HIM. And seriously Pitt. couldn't you of gotten a better head coach than a guy who has coached 2 seasons in the Mac. I wish the best to luck to Dave and there is a truly talented coach still left out there with Dave Temple maybe you should call him up. Pittsburgh hired Michael Haywood on December 16th and fired him on January 1 after he was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence. Pitt will have to go out again looking for a new coach, possibilities Randy Shannon, Mike Leach, Rich Rod.

8-4 Temple 27-34 Al Golden (27-34) Steve Addazio (Was Floridas OC but has not had a head coaching job): Golden has been eletricfying in the last 2 years 17-8 getting to one bowl game not sure how they did not get to one this year but that is another story. But when you are coaching at Temple and get the head coaching job at Miami Fl. a very story booked team how can you pass that up. I wish him the best of luck at Miami, but now the owls need a new head coach and they found a quality one. A florida guy who had been there the last 5 years so he has seen two national championships with HIS offense.

2-10 Vanderbilt 2-10 Robbie Caldwell (2-10) James Franklin (Was the O.C. at Maryland for the past 2 years but never a head coach): Caldwell resigned after one year of coaching at Vandy. Maybe he had health or family issues or realized he wont make it in the SEC and at Vandy. Caldwell seems like a very good guy. I wish Franklin all the luck in the world as he is taking a huge job trying to pull a struggling Vandy team out of the huge hole they are in. Good luck my man.

8-4 Maryland 74-50 Ralph Friedgen (74-50) Randy Edsall (74-70 Former Connecticut head coach): Ralph was a very quality coach at Maryland, being ACC coach of the year. He started his career there with a 22-5 record with two bowls one being a BCS bowl. He was 5-2 in bowl games and went to 7 bowls in his 10 years coaching there. He was fired because he asked for a contract extension and well Maryland AD said no and also said you can chose how you want to leave the school. Obviously Ralph got fired. Personally I thought Ralph was a quality coach and didn't deserve this. This could work out well for Maryland. Sources say that Randy Edsall will be hired as the next Head football coach of Maryland today. Edsall, who in his 12 seasons led UConn from Football Bowl Subdivision infancy in 2002 to a league championship and a BCS bowl in 2010. He should be a good fit for the program and could possible get Maryland on the map again next year.

Bowl Picks

New Mexico Bowl:
Brigham Young 49, UTEP 14 (BYU is a much more talented team than the miners of UTEP.)
Humanitarian Bowl:
Fresno State 28, Northern Illinois 21 (Which team beat illinois? That was fresno St.)
Troy 35, Ohio 32 (I think Troy they pull it off.)
Louisville 28, Southern Miss. 21 (The cardinals sneak by a decent souther Miss team)
No. 10 Boise St. 45, No. 19 Utah 7 (Boise will come out full blast and destroy them utes)
Navy 31, San Diego St. 28 (Navy is 9-3 and has been really impressive this season, and well I LOVE RICKY DOBBS)
No. 24 Hawaii 42, Tulsa 28 (Hawaii is the best pass team in the nation that is going to be hard to stop)
FIU 14, Toledo 10 (Feeling the upset go FIU)
Air Force 21, Georgia Tech 10 (I like Air Forces offense and I'm not really a believer in GT)
N.C. State 28, No. 22 West Virginia 24 (I liked the Wolf pack throughout ACC play and WV played in a weak Big East Conference)
No. 12 Missouri 35, Iowa 14 (I think the tigers completely run over the hawkeyes. Just don't smoke any pot before the game Adam cough cough Robinson cough cough)
Maryland 21, East Carolina 3 (Maryland impressed me late in the ACC season getting big wins)
Illinois 28, Baylor 24 (Have not picked against Illinois all year this week is no different Go ILLINI)
No. 14 Oklahom St. 35, Arizona 7 (Should be a joke game those cowboys know how to play)
Army 21, SMU 14 (Army is a much more dominating team on the line)
Syracuse 35, Kansas St. 28 (The Cuse should come out hot and ready to play)
North Carolina 31, Tennessee 28 (NC will have a lot and tom much for Tennessee to handle)
No. 18 Nebraska 42, Washington 14 (What a joke and a disgrace that the ncaa give nebraska such weak competition)
South Florida 10, Clemson 7 (Tough game to pick but considering the Bulls beat Miami Florida I gotta go with them)
Notre Dame 24, Miami Florida 21 (The Catholics Vs. Convicts but neither are ranked and their is nothing on the line?)
No. 25 UCF 17, Georgia 7 (Georgia is a struggling 6-6 team and UCF has gotten hot at the right time. Dawgs go Dawn)
Chick-fil-A BOWL
No. 23 Florida St. 31, No. 20 South Carolina 28 (I have liked State recently and South Carolina has their heads down after that Auburn game)
Texas Tech 35, Northwestern 7 (Considering Persa won't play Northwestern should get killed, just look at their last two games of the season)
No. 16 Alabama 24, No. 9 Michigan St. 21 (I liked the Spartans all year, but come on Roll Tide much more talented team in Bama)
Florida 24, Penn St. 21 (Great battle of head coaches, but seriously the Gator players are going to go all out considering this is Urbans last game)
No. 21 Miss. St. 42, Michigan 28 (If Michigan's D comes to play then this could be a different story)
No.3 TCU 31, No.5 Wisconsin 28 (This was the toughest BCS game to pick, but I think the Horned Frogs have enough gas to get over the pesky Badgers. I fully anticipate this game coming down to the wire)
No. 7 Oklahoma 35, Connecticut 32 (I originally laughed at this game, but I think uconn will take all of this negativity towards them and use it for their benefit)
No. 4 Stanford 28, No. 13 VT 21 (Can't go against the future #1 Pick in Andrew Luck!)
No. 8 Arkansas 31, No. 6 Ohio St. 28 (Considering Ohio st. is in a lot of trouble right now and doesn't play well against sec teams in big games I have to go with Ryan Mallet and the Razorbacks) BOWL
Miami Ohio 24, Middle Tenn. 21 (Should be a close one, but i gotta go with Miami Ohio.)
No. 11 Lsu 35, No. 17 Texas A&M 28 (I think Lsu will come into this game PO'd and take all their anger out on the Aggies. Lsu is a very talented team and was the second best in the SEC behind Auburn)
Pitt 17, Kentucky 14 (Pitt BABY)
No. 15 Nevada 28, Boston College 14 (I think Nevada could either lose this game and be the 1 hit wonder of the world because of Boise St. or they can play like they did against Boise St. and show BC up with an impressive bowl win)
No. 1 Auburn 31, No. 2 Oregon 28 (This is going to be a flat out amazing game, and well until I see Cam Newton stopped I don't believe any one can not even Oregon. Should be a lighting game with lots of offense and scoring)

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Bowl Schedule

2010-11 College Football Bowl Schedule

New Mexico Bowl: BYU vs. UTEP Albuquerque, N.M. University Stadium Dec. 18 2 p.m. ESPN

uDrove Humanitarian Bowl: Northern Illinois vs. Fresno State Boise, Idaho Bronco Stadium Dec. 18 5:30 p.m. ESPN

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl: Ohio vs. Troy New Orleans Louisiana Superdome Dec. 18 9 p.m. ESPN

Beef 'O' Brady's St. Petersburg Bowl: Southern Mississippi vs. Louisville St. Petersburg, Fla. Tropicana Field Dec. 21 8 p.m. ESPN

MAACO Las Vegas Bowl: Utah vs. Boise State Las Vegas Sam Boyd Stadium Dec. 22 8 p.m. ESPN

S.D. County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl: Navy vs. San Diego State San Diego Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 23 8 p.m. ESPN

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl: Hawaii vs. Tulsa Honolulu Aloha Stadium Dec. 24 8 p.m. ESPN

Little Caesars Bowl: Florida International vs. Toledo Detroit Ford Field Dec. 26 8:30 p.m. ESPN

AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl: Air Force vs. Georgia Tech Shreveport, La. Independence Stadium Dec. 27 5 p.m. ESPN2

Champs Sports Bowl: West Virginia vs. NC State Orlando, Fla. Florida Citrus Bowl Dec. 28 6:30 p.m. ESPN

Insight Bowl: Missouri vs. Iowa Tempe, Ariz. Sun Devil Stadium Dec. 28 10 p.m. ESPN

Military Bowl Presented By Northrop Grumman Bowl: East Carolina vs. Maryland Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium Dec. 29 2:30 p.m. ESPN

Texas Bowl: Illinois vs. Baylor Houston Reliant Stadium Dec. 29 6 p.m. ESPN

Valero Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Arizona San Antonio Alamodome Dec. 29 9:15 p.m. ESPN

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl: Army vs. SMU Dallas Gerald J. Ford Stadium Dec. 30 Noon ESPN

New Era Pinstripe Bowl: Kansas St. vs. Syracuse Bronx, N.Y. Yankee Stadium Dec. 30 3:20 p.m. ESPN

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl: North Carolina vs. Tennessee Nashville, Tenn. LP Field Dec. 30 6:40 p.m. ESPN

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl: Nebraska vs. Washington San Diego Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 30 10 p.m. ESPN

Meineke Car Care Bowl: South Florida vs. Clemson Charlotte, N.C. Bank of America Stadium Dec. 31 Noon ESPN

Hyundai Sun Bowl: Notre Dame vs. Miami El Paso, Texas Sun Bowl Dec. 31 2 p.m. CBS

AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Georgia vs. UCF Memphis, Tenn. Liberty Bowl Dec. 31 3:30 p.m. ESPN

Chick-fil-A Bowl: South Carolina vs. Florida State Atlanta Georgia Dome Dec. 31 7:30 p.m. ESPN

TicketCity Bowl: Northwestern vs. Texas Tech Dallas Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 Noon ESPNU

Outback Bowl: Florida vs. Penn State Tampa, Fla. Raymond James Stadium Jan. 1 1 p.m. ABC

Capital One Bowl: Alabama vs. Michigan State Orlando, Fla. Florida Citrus Bowl Jan. 1 1 p.m. ESPN

Gator Bowl Bowl: Mississippi State vs. Michigan Jacksonville, Fla. Municipal Stadium Jan. 1 1:30 p.m. ESPN2 Bowl: Middle Tennessee vs. Miami (Ohio) Mobile, Ala. Ladd-Peebles Stadium Jan. 6 8 p.m. ESPN

AT&T Cotton Bowl: LSU vs. Texas A&M Arlington, Texas Cowboys Stadium Jan. 7 8 p.m. FOX

BBVA Compass Bowl: Pittsburgh vs. Kentucky Birmingham, Ala. Legion Field Jan. 8 Noon ESPN

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl: Nevada vs. Boston College San Francisco AT&T Park Jan. 9 9 p.m. ESPN


Rose Bowl Wisconsin vs. TCU Pasadena, Calif. Rose Bowl Jan. 1 5 p.m. ESPN

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl: Connecticut vs. Oklahoma Glendale, Ariz. U. of Phoenix Stadium Jan. 1 8:30 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3D

Discover Orange Bowl: Stanford vs. Virginia Tech Miami Sun Life Stadium Jan. 3 8:30 p.m. ESPN

Allstate Sugar Bowl: Ohio State vs. Arkansas New Orleans Louisiana Superdome Jan. 4 8:30 p.m. ESPN

Tostitos BCS National Championship Game: Oregon vs. Auburn Glendale, Ariz. U. of Phoenix Stadium Jan. 10 8:30 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3D

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Final BCS Rankings, BCS Bowl Picks and Heisman (Predictions)

Top 10 BCS Rankings (Predictions):
1. Auburn 13-0
2. Oregon 12-0
3. TCU 12-0
4. Stanford 11-1
5. Wisconsin 11-1
6. Ohio St. 11-1
7. Oklahoma 10-2
8. Arkansas 10-2
9. Michigan St. 11-1
10. LSU 10-2

BCS Bowl Picks (Predictions):

National Championship
No. 1 Auburn Vs. No. 2 Oregon

Rose Bowl
No. 3 TCU Vs. No. 5 Wisconsin

Orange Bowl
No. 15 VT Vs. Connecticut

Fiesta Bowl:
No. 7 Oklahoma Vs. No. 4 Stanford

Sugar Bowl:
No. 8 Arkansas Vs. No. 6 Ohio St.

Heisman (Predictions):
1. Cam Newton-QB Auburn- He is the best player in college football the only way he does not win it is if he is found guilty. (Junior)
2. Andrew Luck-QB Stanford- Mr. Luck is a flat out stud in a very talented pac 10. I think he will be a great pro QB. (Junior)
3. LaMichael James-RB Oregon- The week he sat out with a hurt ankle really hurt his heisman hopes. (Sophomore)
4. Kellen Moore-QB Boise St.- Sad lost to Nevada ruined his chances still thinking he is a great QB. (Junior)
5. Justin Blackmon-WR Oklahoma St.- He is the best WR in the country, but if Aj Green hadn't got injured he wouldn't be the best. (Sophomore)

Week 14 Pick Results

My seventh week of picks,BCS #1 was Auburn.
Here are my results:

Overall: 16-3 (.842) (Another great week for me only did 19 picks)

Overall (Through Seven Weeks):
187-53 (.779)

ACC: 1-0 (VT easy pick in Conference Championship)
Overall: 29-9 (.763)

Big 12: 1-0 (Oklahoma easy pick in Conference Championship)
Overall: 25-13 (.658)

Big East: 3-0 (Another Strong Week Can't believe Uconn is going to be in a BCS bowl lol)
Overall: 22-3 (.880)

Big Ten: 0-1 (Illinois is such a joke)
Overall: 25-6 (.806)

Pac 10: 4-0 (Easy week)
Overall: 21-9 (.700)

SEC: 1-0 (Auburn easy pick in Conference Championship)
Overall: 35-6 (.854)

Non AQ: 6-2 (Lots of games kinda fun picking Non AQ's)
Overall: 27-7 (.794)

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Week 14 Picks

No. 15 VT 28, No. 21 Florida St. (I have not gone against VT all year and i am not changing that now)

Big East:
No. 24 West Virginia 24, Rutgers 17 (I really like West Virginia lately)
Pitt. 31, Cincy 17 (Easy win for pitt)
Conn. 34, USF 31 (Huge game for the huskies. I really like usf I took them over Miami last week so it is hard to go against them)

Big Ten:
Illinois 24, Fresno St. 21 (Very close game Fresno is a good team)

Big 12: (Championship Game)
No. 9 Oklahoma 31, No. 13 Nebraska 28 (Oklahoma beat a very talented Oklahoma st. team now they get the cornhuskers. BOOMER SOONER)

SEC: (Championship Game)
No. 1 Auburn 31, South Carolina 28 (Can't see anyone stopping Mr. Newton)

Pac 10:
Arizona St. 34, No. 23 Arizona (Arizona has been on a huge slump, Go Sun Devils)
No. 2 Oregon 2, Oregon St. 21(Would not be surprised if the beavers win the civil war and ruin the ducks dreams for a national championship)
Washington 31, Washington St. 17 (Jake Locker puts washington on his back and gets them to 6-6)
USC 28, UCLA 24 (Usc is looking really bad lately, but I can't see them losing to their rival and Barkely is playing)

Central Florida 21, SMU 14 (I like central florida just as much as south florida)
Troy 21, Florida Atalantic 14 (Troy looks for their 7th win and I think they get it)
Boise St. 49, Utah St. 7 (The broncos destroy the aggies and show up like its their job)
No. 17 Nevada 70, Louisiana Tech 7 (Nevada is on fire and destroy Tech)
Idaho 21, San Jose State 3 (I don't really care lol)
Florida International 28, Middle Tennessee 21 (FIU destroyed Troy but MTU lost to Troy)
NIU 35, Miami Ohio 21 (NIU is been on fire lately go huskies)