The last 24 hours in football have been a whirlwind of outcry, complaints, memes, jokes, vibes, and protests about the state of the sport in the aftermath of the announcement of the European Super League. Unfortunately, at the root of this movement is a whole lot of misinformation that make the league seem far worse than it actually is.
2019 CFB Upset Picks and Rankings: Week 14
Week 14 of our CFB rankings and Upset Picks. Our criteria is very simple, to be the man you gotta beat the man, if a lower ranked team beats a higher ranked team, then the two teams automatically swap spots regardless of prior results.
This week did little to shake up college football. The CFB remained the same and Alabama kept pace despite the loss of Tua. The new additions to our top 25 were Arizona State, Florida International, Colorado, and Eastern Michigan. Staying in the top 25 was Iowa moving up by 8 while Illinois dropped by 8. Same situation with USC up by 9 and UCLA down by 9.
Last week, we gave you four upset picks and unfortunately none of them panned out. This week will be different with some big fish to fry. Nebraska over Iowa. Nebraska will briefly return to their glory days this week. Michigan over Ohio State. I've been waiting to do this one all year, something tells me Harbaugh finally has it figured out. Auburn over Alabama. Alabama should not be favored in this game, yet they are. This loss will mark the end of Alabama's playoff chances. Kansas State over Iowa State. Kansas State has a chance to boost their chances of getting into a relevant Bowl game with a big win, they will take advantage.
Latest posts in our blog
Read what's new this week
Remember the saying, Defense Wins Championships. It's a cliche for a reason. Over the last ten years, every team that has won the Larry O'Brien Trophy has ranked near the top 5 in net defensive rating. While it has improved over the course of the season, the Brooklyn Nets rank 24th with a rating of 113. In contrast, the 76ers...
The last few decades of women's college basketball were synonymous with the dominance the top programs showed. It was not uncommon to see the four #1 seeds make the final four. But we are headed for a new era that is going to flip the script altogether. A new era of parity, an era where the talent is spread evenly across the country. ...