Discussion in 'College Football Forum' started by tnapucco, Jan 11, 2018 at 9:45 AM.
Michigan doesn’t know who their quarterback will be next year and they are 5th?
Auburn, Texas & Florida St. are too high; Michigan, LSU & West Virginia are way too high. Washington is too low.
In the current system, why would you EVER bet on a G5 school? Boise St and UCF seem awfully high. Unless some G5 has a loaded OOC schedule and the right pieces fall into place throughout the season, but that's entering 0.001% chance range.
Greatest and bestest coach in sports.
Well they almost beat South Carolina in their bowl game.
Who the fuck is Washington U?
Wow, that is absurdly high for Miami.
Look at their schedule. They have max two tough games. Neutral site LSU and FSU and who knows if either of those teams will actually be any good. It’s not Wisconsin/Washington bad but it is a light schedule.
Oh I know they have a light schedule, but as they proved this year, they don't need to face tough teams to look like shit and/or lose. They were supremely lucky to only have 3 losses this year. FSU, GT, Syracuse, and North Carolina were barely escapes for them, and even Virginia hung in with them until the 4th. I think they lose 3-4 games before CCG week next year.
Then bet against them -- that's how these things are factored.
How does one "bet against them"? I am not a bettor but I thought your only choice would be to bet on them if so inclined.
I'm digging Georgia, Miami, and Notre Dame with those odds presented.
It's a small school in St Louis.
They were only 3-6 this year but maybe they have everybody back.
Their unis resemble Washington State
That crummy purple school I think
He thinks you can short CFB teams like the stock market? Idk, michigan fans are off the rails
I’ll putting 10 bucks on A&M better odds that power ball tickets
I like it, I'll put a few dollars on Washington U.
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