Preseason New Years Six Bowl Games (if they were right now)

Peach Bowl (Play-off)

1 Alabama vs 4 Michigan

Fiesta Bowl (Play-off)

1 Clemson vs 3 Georgia

Orange Bowl (ACC vs Big Ten/SEC/Notre Dame)

17 Virginia vs 6 Notre Dame

Rose Bowl (Pac-12 vs Big Ten)

11 Utah vs 7 Ohio St.

Sugar Bowl (Big 12 vs SEC)

8 Texas vs 5 LSU

Cotton Bowl (Runner-up vs Runner-up)

9 Washington vs 24 Cincinnati

Top 10 Team(s) not included:

10 Oklahoma

2019 Preseason Rankings

  1. Alabama Crimson Tide: Predicted record 12-0
  2. Clemson Tigers: Predicted record 11-1
  3. Georgia Bulldogs: Predicted record 12-0
  4. Michigan Wolverines: Predicted record 11-1
  5. LSU Tigers: Predicted record 11-1
  6. Notre Dame Fighting Irish: Predicted record 10-2
  7. Ohio State Buckeyes: Predicted record 10-2
  8. Texas Longhorns: Predicted record 10-2
  9. Washington Huskies: Predicted record 10-2
  10. Oklahoma Sooners: Predicted record 9-3
  11. Utah Utes: Predicted record 9-3
  12. Washington State Cougars: Predicted record 9-3
  13. Michigan State Spartans: Predicted record 9-3
  14. Missouri Tigers: Predicted record 10-2
  15. Florida Gators: Predicted record 9-3
  16. Texas A&M Aggies: Predicted record 8-4
  17. Virginia Cavaliers: Predicted record 10-2
  18. Iowa State Cyclones: Predicted record 9-3
  19. Oregon Ducks: Predicted record 8-4
  20. Boston College Eagles: Predicted record 9-3
  21. Iowa Hawkeyes: Predicted record 8-4
  22. Mississippi State Bulldogs: Predicted record 8-4
  23. Syracuse Orange: Predicted record 9-3
  24. Cincinnati Bearcats: Predicted record 9-3
  25. BYU Cougars: Predicted record 9-3
  26. Miami (FL) Hurricanes: Predicted record 9-3
  27. Northwestern Wildcats: Predicted record 8-4
  28. Arizona State Sundevils: Predicted record 8-4
  29. Auburn Tigers: Predicted record 7-5
  30. Oklahoma State Cowboys: Predicted record 8-4
  31. Appalachian State Mountaineers: Predicted record 10-2
  32. Purdue Boilermakers: Predicted record 7-5
  33. Stanford Cardinal: Predicted record 7-5
  34. Boise State Broncos: Predicted record 9-3
  35. TCU Horned Frogs: Predicted record 8-4
  36. Western Michigan Broncos: Predicted record 9-3
  37. Minnesota Golden Gophers: Predicted record 8-4
  38. Wisconsin Badgers: Predicted record 7-5
  39. Central Florida Nights: Predicted record 8-4
  40. South Carolina Gamecocks: Predicted record 7-5
  41. West Virginia Mountaineers: Predicted record 7-5
  42. Virginia Tech Hokies: Predicted record 7-5
  43. UAB Blazers: Predicted record 10-2
  44. Florida St. Seminoles: Predicted record 6-6
  45. Penn St. Nittany Lions: Predicted record 6-6
  46. Memphis Tigers: Predicted record 9-3
  47. Baylor Bears: Predicted record 7-5
  48. Vanderbilt Commodores: Predicted record 6-6
  49. Colorado Buffs: Predicted record 6-6
  50. UCLA Bruins: Predicted record 6-6
  51. Nebraska Cornhuskers: Predicted record 6-6
  52. California Golden Bears: Predicted record 6-6
  53. Kentucky Wildcats: Predicted record 6-6
  54. Wake Forest Demon Decans: Predicted record 7-5
  55. North Carolina State Wolfpack: Predicted record 6-6
  56. Troy Trojans: Predicted record 9-3
  57. USC Trojans: Predicted record 4-8
  58. Texas Tech Red Raiders: Predicted record 6-6
  59. Toledo Rockets: Predicted record 8-4
  60. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets: Predicted record 7-5
  61. Duke Bluedevils: Predicted record 6-6
  62. Marshall Thundering Herd: Predicted record 8-4
  63. Utah St. Aggies: Predicted record 8-4
  64. Air Force Falcons: Predicted record 8-4
  65. Army Black Nights: Predicted record 10-3
  66. Ohio Bobcats: Predicted record 8-4
  67. Fresno St. Bulldogs: Predicted record 9-3
  68. Louisiana Tech Bulldogs: Predicted record 8-4
  69. Florida International: Predicted record 8-4
  70. Arkansas St. Red Wolves: Predicted record 9-3
  71. Indiana Hoosiers: Predicted record 6-6
  72. Arkansas Razorbacks: Predicted record 5-7
  73. Tennessee Volunteers: Predicted record 4-8
  74. Ole Miss Rebels: Predicted record 4-8
  75. Houston Cougars: Predicted record 6-6
  76. North Texas Mean Green: Predicted record 7-5
  77. Northern Illinois Huskies: Predicted record 6-6
  78. Eastern Michigan Eagles: Predicted record 8-4
  79. Southern Miss Golden Eagles: Predicted record 7-5
  80. Buffalo Bulls: Predicted record 7-5
  81. Louisiana Rajun Cajuns: Predicted record 7-5
  82. Georgia Southern Eagles: Predicted record 7-5
  83. Kansas St. Wildcats: Predicted record 4-8
  84. North Carolina Tar Heels: Predicted record 4-8
  85. Arizona Wildcats: Predicted record 4-8
  86. Pittsburgh Panthers: Predicted record 4-8
  87. Miami (OH) Red Hawks: Predicted record 6-6
  88. South Florida Bulls: Predicted record 6-6
  89. Temple Owls: Predicted record 6-6
  90. San Diego State Aztecs: Projected record 6-6
  91. Nevada Wolfpack: Projected record 6-6
  92. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors: Projected record 6-7
  93. Tulane Green Wave: Projected record 6-6
  94. Maryland Terrapins: Projected record 4-8
  95. Florida Atlantic: Projected record 6-6
  96. Louisiana Monroe Warhawks: Projected record 6-6
  97. Wyoming Cowboys: Projected record 7-5
  98. SMU Mustangs: Projected record 6-6
  99. Kansas Jayhawks: Projected record 3-9
  100. Illinois Fighting Illini: Projected record 4-8
  101. Oregon St. Beavers: Projected record 3-9
  102. Middle Tennessee State: Projected record 5-7
  103. East Carolina Pirates: Projected record 6-6
  104. Old Dominion Monarchs: Projected record 5-7
  105. Charlotte 49ers: Projected record 5-7
  106. Liberty Flames: Projected record 6-6
  107. Tulsa Golden Hurricane: Projected record 4-8
  108. Colorado State Rams: Projected record 4-8
  109. Kent State Golden Flashes: Projected record 4-8
  110. Navy Midshipmen: Projected record 4-8
  111. Louisville Cardinals: Projected record 2-10
  112. Ball State Cardinals: Projected record 4-8
  113. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers: Projected record 3-9
  114. UTEP Miners: Projected record 3-9
  115. Central Michigan Chippewas: Projected record 3-9
  116. Bowling Green Falcons: Projected record 3-9
  117. Akron Zips: Projected record 3-9
  118. New Mexico Lobos: Projected record 3-9
  119. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers: Projected record 3-9
  120. UTSA Roadrunners: Projected record 3-9
  121. Texas State Bobcats: Projected record 3-9
  122. UNLV Rebels: Projected record 3-9
  123. Rutgers Scarlet Nights: Projected record 1-11
  124. Georgia State Panthers: Projected record 2-10
  125. South Alabama Jaguars: Projected record 2-10
  126. Massachusetts Minuteman: Projected record 2-10
  127. New Mexico State Aggies: Projected record 2-10
  128. San Jose St. Spartans: Projected record 2-10
  129. Rice Owls: Projected record 1-11
  130. Connecticut Huskies: Projected record 2-10

All-Big Ten Offense 2018

1st Team

QB: Dwayne Haskins (Ohio St.)

Passing: 348-496. 47 TDs, 8 Ints.

Rushing: 73 att, 122 yds, 4 TDs

RB: Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin)

Rushing: 280 att, 1,989 yds, 15 TDs

Receiving: 8 rec, 60 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Devine Ozigbo (Nebraska)

Rushing: 155 att, 1,082 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 23 rec, 203 tds, 0 TDs

TE: T.J. Hockenson (Iowa)

Receiving: 46 rec, 717 yds, 6 TDs

Rushing: 1 att, 4 yds, 1 TD

WR: Rondale Moore (Purdue)

Receiving: 103 rec, 1,164 yds, 12 TDs

Rushing: 18 att, 203 yds, 1 TD

WR: Tyler Johnson (Minnesota)

Receiving: 74 rec, 1,112 yds, 10 TDs

WR: Parris Cambell (Ohio St.)

Receiving: 79 rec, 992 yds, 11 TDs

Rushing: 9 rec, 24 yds, 0 TDs

2nd Team

QB: David Blough (Purdue)

Passing: 283-425, 3,521 yds, 25 TDs, 8 Ints.

Rushing: 68 att, 33 yds, 2 TDs

Receiving: 1 rec, 7 yds, 1 TD

RB: Karan Higdon (Michigan)

Rushing: 224 att, 1,178 yds, 10 TDs

Receiving: 7 rec, 43 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Miles Sanders (Penn St.)

Rushing: 207 att, 1,223 yds, 9 TDs

Receiving: 22 rec, 132 yds, 0 TDs

TE: Noah Fant (Iowa)

Receiving: 39 rec, 519 yds, 7 TDs

WR: Stanley Morgan Jr. (Nebraska)

Receiving: 70 rec, 1,004 yds, 7 TDs

WR: JD Spielman (Nebraska)

Receiving: 66 rec, 818 yds, 8 TDs

WR: K.J. Hill (Ohio St.)

Receiving: 79 rec, 831 yds, 6 TDs

3rd Team

QB: Trace McSorley (Penn St.)

Passing: 175-328, 2,284 yds, 16 TDs, 6 Ints.

Rushing: 151 att, 723 yds, 11 TDs

RB: Stevie Scott (Indiana)

Rushing: 228 att, 1,137 yds, 10 TDs

Receiving: 16 rec, 86 yds, 1 TD

RB: Reggie Corbin (Illinois)

Rushing: 128 att, 1,085 yds, 9 TDs

Receiving: 16 rec, 176 yds, 0 TDs

RB: J.K. Dobbins (Ohio St.)

Rushing: 223 att, 1,029 yds, 9 TDs

Receiving: 23 rec, 248 yds, 2 TDs

WR: Terry McLaurin (Ohio St.)

Receiving: 34 rec, 669 yds, 11 TDs

WR: Donovan Peoples-Jones (Michigan)

Receiving: 39 rec, 541 yds, 7 TDs

WR: Isaac Zico (Purdue)

Receiving: 43 rec, 712 yds, 6 TDs

All-Big Ten by team

Ohio St. 2-1-2

Michigan 0-1-1

Penn St. 0-1-1

Indiana 0-0-1

Iowa 1-1-0

Wisconsin 1-0-0

Minnesota 1-0-0

Nebraska 1-2-0

Purdue 1-1-1

Illinois 0-0-1

Teams that do not have a player

Michigan St.: closest player: RB Connor Heyward

Rushing: 114 att, 520 yds, 5 TDs

Receiving: 32 rec, 249 yds, 0 TDs

Passing: 1-1, 36 yds, 0 TDs

Maryland: closest player: RB Anthony McFarland (Maryland)

Rushing: 131 att, 1,034 yds, 4 TDs

Receiving: 7 rec, 73 yds, 0 Tds

Rutgers: closest player: RB Raheem Blackshear

Rushing: 143 att, 586 yds, 3 TDs

Receiving: 44 rec, 367 yds, 2 TDs

Northwestern: closest player: RB Isaiah Bowser 

Rushing: 174 att, 796 yds, 6 TDs

Receiving: 7 rec, 77 yds, 0 TDs

Bama Awards


Candidates: Tua Tagovailoa (Bama), Kyler Murray (Okl), Will Grier (WV)

I think all of these players are really good. One thing that people might not notice is that these players have some of the top receiving units in the country. When you look on paper Kyler Murray is the most consistent and has the most TDs and stuff like that. Will Grier has been in more last second moments than Tua and Kyler and succeeded in those moments. Tua Tagovailoa has been doing so good in the first three quarters that he has not needed to play in the 4th quarter. Two other things about Tua are that he has been injured half the season and he has been playing against the best defenses in the country, plus he has had a lot less attempts than Murray and Grier anyway and still has almost just as good stats as them.

The winner is: Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama)

QB of the year (same as Heisman)

RB of the year

Candidates: Jonathan Taylor (Wis), Travis Entienne (Clem), Eno Benjamin (ASU)

The winner is: Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin)

WR of the year

Candidates: Jerry Jeudy (Bama), Rondale Moore (Pur), Anthony Johnson (Buff)

I think this one was very close and any of them could have won, but for me the winner was just too awesome to watch to not give the award.

The winner is: Rondale Moore (Purdue)

TE of the year

Candidates: Irv Smith Jr. (Bama), Jace Sternberger (TAMU), T.J. Hockenson (Iowa)

Like the WR of the year, the winner was just too awesome to lose.

The winner is: Irv Smith Jr. (Alabama)

Disappointment of the year

Candidates: Auburn, Michigan St., Stanford

Auburn: 7-5 (3-5), Projection, 5, 10-2 (6-2)

Michigan St.: 7-5 (5-4), Projection, 7, 10-2 (7-2)

Stanford: 8-4 (6-3), Projection, 9, 10-3 (7-2)

The winner is: Auburn

Surprise of the year

Candidates: Notre Dame, LSU, Syracuse

3 Notre Dame, 12-0 (and in the Playoff), Projection, 8, 11-1

11 LSU: 9-3 (5-3), Projection, unranked, 6-6 (3-5)

20 Syracuse: 9-3 (6-2), Projection, unranked, 3-9 (1-7)

The winner is: LSU

Upset of the year

Candidates: BYU over Wisconsin, Old Dominion over VT, Purdue over Ohio St.

I couldn’t really think of many upsets this year. BYU over Wisconsin: This game wasn’t a huge upset for me because I know BYU is good at getting upsets. ODU over VT: I’m not too surprised since I know that Virginia Tech can get pretty inconsistent. Purdue over Ohio St.: I actually picked Purdue to win this game! I thought Purdue would win because I thought Ohio St. didn’t have a good defense, they were one-dimensional, and Purdue has a great offense and a decent defense.

The winner is: BYU over Wisconsin

Group of Five Player of the Year

Candidates: WR: Anthony Johnson (Buff), WR: Andy Isabella (UMass), Derrell Henderson (Mem)

The winner is: Anthony Johnson (Buffalo)

SEC Offensive player of the year

Candidates: QB Tua Tagovailoa (Bama), RB Trayveon Williams (TAMU), WR: Jerry Jeudy (Bama)

  The Winner is: Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama)

ACC Offensive Player of the year

Candidates: QB Ryan Finley (NC St.), RB Travis Entienne (Clem), WR: Kelvin Harmon (NC St.)

The Winner is: Travis Entienne (Clemson)

Big 12 Offensive Player of the year

Candidates: QB: Kyler Murray (Okl), QB Will Grier (WVU), RB Alex Barnes (KSU)

The Winner is: Kyler Murray (Oklahoma)

Pac-12 Offensive Player of the year

Candidates: QB Gardner Minshew (WASU), RB Eno Benjamin (ASU), RB Jermar Jefferson (ORSU)

The Winner is: Eno Benjamin (Arizona St.)

Best Team that is not bowl eligible

Candidates: Tennessee, Texas Tech, Maryland

Tennessee 5-7 Notable Games: W Auburn 30-26, W Kentucky 24-7

Texas Tech 5-7 Notable Games: L Oklahoma 51-46, L Texas 41-34

Maryland 5-7 Notable Games: L Ohio St. 52-51 OT, W Texas 34-29

The Winner is: Tennessee

Big Ten Offensive Player of the year

Candidates: QB Dwayne Haskins (OSU), RB Jonathan Taylor (Wis), WR Rondale Moore (Pur)

The Winner is: Dwayne Haskins (Ohio St.)

Most Important Player to their team

Candidates: RB Benny Snell Jr. (Kent), QB Kyler Murray (Okl), QB Dwayne Haskins (OSU)

The Winner is: Benny Snell Jr. (Kentucky)

Under the Radar Player of the year

Candidates: WR Anthony Johnson, WR Andy Isabella, RB Jermar Jefferson

The Winner is: Anthony Johnson (Buffalo)

Disappointing Player of the year

Candidates: RB Bryce Love (Stan), DT Ed Oliver (Hou), RB Myles Gaskin (Wash)

The Winner is: Bryce Love (Stanford)

Surprising Player of the year

Candidates: Dwayne Haskins (Ohio St.), Travis Entienne (Clem), Kyler Murray (OU)

The Winner is: Kyler Murray (Oklahoma)

New Coach of the year

Candidates: Dan Mullen (UF), Herm Edwards (ASU), Josh Heupel (UCF)

Florida 2017: 4-7 (3-5), Florida 2018: 9-3 (5-3)

Arizona St. 2017: 7-5 (6-3), Arizona St. 2018: 7-5 (5-4)

UCF: 2017: 12-0 (8-0), UCF 2018: 12-0 (8-0)

The winner is: Dan Mullen (Florida)

New Coach disappointment of the year

Candidates: Scott Frost (Neb), Chip Kelly (UCLA), Willie Taggart (FSU)

Nebraska 2017: 4-8 (3-6), Nebraska 2018: 4-8 (3-6)

UCLA 2017: 6-6 (4-5), UCLA 2018: 3-9 (3-6)

Florida St. 2017: 6-6 (3-5), Florida St. 2018: 5-7 (3-5)

The Winner is: Scott Frost (Nebraska)

Awards by team

Alabama 4

Auburn 1


Kentucky 1

Florida 1

Tennessee 1

Oklahoma 2

Purdue 1

Wisconsin 2

Ohio St. 1

Nebraska 1

Stanford 1

Arizona St. 1

Clemson 1





Bowl picks 2018

Saturday, December 15th 3-2 (Overall 3-2)

Cure Bowl: Tulane vs Louisiana

Tulane is favored by 3.5 points. I think Tulane will win.W

New Mexico Bowl: North Texas vs Utah St.

North Texas is favored by 8.0 points. I think Utah St. will win in a shootout. W

Las Vegas Bowl: Arizona St. vs Fresno St.

Fresno St. is favored by 4.0 points. On my All-American team I have 2 Arizona St. players on my second team offense (RB Eno Benjamin and WR N’Keal Harry) (only Eno Benjamin is playing in the game though) and with Eno Benjamin I think ASU will be able to score some points. I think this game will be decided late by a few defensive plays and Arizona St. will get the upset. L

Camellia Bowl: Georgia Southern vs Eastern Michigan

Georgia Southern is favored by 1.0 point. I think Eastern Michigan will win in a close one. L

New Orleans Bowl: MTSU vs Appalachian St.

Appalachian St. is favored by 7.0 points. I agree with the point spread and App. St. will win by a TD. W

Tuesday, December 18th 1-0 (Overall 4-2)

Boca Raton Bowl: UAB vs Northern Illinois

UAB is favored by 2.5 points. I think UAB will win. W

Wednesday, December 19th 1-0 (5-2)

Frisco Bowl: San Diego St. vs Ohio

Ohio is favored by 3.0 points. I think Ohio will win. W

Thursday, December 20th 1-0 (6-2) 

Gasparilla Bowl: Marshall vs USF 

Marshall is favored by 2.5 points. I think Marshall is way better than USF and will win by double digits. W

Friday, December 21st 2-4 (8-6)

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl: Western Michigan vs BYU

BYU is favored by 12.0 points. I think BYU will win, but it will be closer than 12.0 points. W

Bahamas Bowl: Florida International vs Toledo

Toledo is favored by 7.5 points. I think this was the hardest bowl game for me to pick, but I think Toledo will win. L

Saturday, December 22nd 1-3 (9-9)

Birmingham Bowl: Memphis vs Wake Forest

Memphis is favored by 5.0 points. I think Memphis will win by a decent amount of points. L

Armed Forces Bowl: Houston vs Army

Army is favored by 3.0 points. Because Ed Oliver will not be there, I think Army will win. W

Dollar General Bowl: Buffalo vs Troy

No Spread. I think this is another good game, but Buffalo will win. L

Hawaii Bowl: Hawaii vs Louisiana Tech

Even. I think Hawaii will win with the home field advantage. L

Wednesday, December 26th 1-1 (10-10)

First Responder Bowl: Boston College vs Boise St.

Boise St. is favored by 3.0 points. I think this game will be very close and Boise St. will win. X (The game was canceled).

Quick Lane Bowl: Georgia Tech vs Minnesota

Georgia Tech is favored by 6.0 points. I think Minnesota will win because they can run, pass, and they have a better defense. W

Cheez-it Bowl: California vs TCU

EVEN. I think Cal will win. L

Thursday, December 27th 1-2 (11-12)


Independence Bowl: Duke vs Temple

Temple is favored by 4.5 points. I think Duke will win. W

Pinstripe Bowl: Wisconsin vs Miami (FL)

Miami is favored by 4.0 points. Last year Wisconsin whooped Miami in the Orange Bowl, but this year I think Miami will get their revenge. L

Texas Bowl: Baylor vs Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt is favored by 5.0 points. I think Vandy should win this one. L

Friday, December 28th 3-0 (14-12)

Music City Bowl: Purdue vs Auburn

Auburn is favored by 4.0 points. I think Auburn will win because of defense. W

Camping World Bowl: Syracuse vs West Virginia

WVU is favored by 1.5 points. I think Syracuse will win because Will Grier will not be playing. W

Alamo Bowl: Iowa St. vs Washington St.

Washington St. is favored by 3.5 points. I think WASU will win no problem. W

Saturday, December 29th 2-3 (16-15)


Orange Bowl CFP: Alabama vs Oklahoma

No spread. I think Alabama will be very motivated (especially their defense) because Kyler Murray won the Heisman instead of Tua. Either way I think Alabama will win. W

Peach Bowl: Florida vs Michigan

Michigan is favored by 7.5 points. I think Michigan should win this game, but you never know what you’ll get in a game like this with Florida and Michigan. L

Belk Bowl: South Carolina vs Virginia

South Carolina is favored by 5.5 points. I think South Carolina will win, but Bryce Perkins will probably have a good game. L

Arizona Bowl: Arkansas St. vs Nevada

Arkansas St. is favored by 1.5 points. I think Arkansas St. will win but it will be very close. L

Cotton Bowl CFP: Clemson vs Notre Dame

No Spread. I think this game will be a good one, but the Tigers will win. W

Monday, December 31st 3-3 (19-18)


Military Bowl: Cincinnati vs Virginia Tech

No Spread. I think Cincinnati will win. W

Sun Bowl: Stanford vs Pittsburgh

Stanford is favored by 6.5 points. I think Stanford should win. W

Redbox Bowl: Michigan St. vs Oregon

Oregon is favored by 3.0 points. I find it weird why so many people picked Oregon. I think Oregon is pretty overrated and Michigan St is pretty underrated, so I think MSU will win. L

Liberty Bowl: Missouri vs Oklahoma St.

Missouri is favored by 9.5 points. I don’t know why Missouri is favored by so much, but I still think they will win. L

Holiday Bowl: Northwestern vs Utah

Utah is favored by 7.5 points. I think Utah should win this easy. L

Taxslayer Bowl: NC St. vs Texas A&M

Texas A&M is favored by 6.5 points. I think this will be a better game than some people think, but Texas A&M will still probably win. W

Tuesday, January 1st 2-3 ( 21-21) 


Outback Bowl: Mississippi St. vs Iowa

MSST is favored by 7.0 points. I think Mississippi St. will win, but I’m not too sure because Iowa has a really good rush defense. L

Citrus Bowl: Penn St. vs Kentucky

Penn St. is favored by 6.5 points. I think Penn St. should win easily. L

Fiesta Bowl: LSU vs UCF

No Spread. I reeeeaaaallllyyyy want LSU to win because it’s really annoying that UCF thinks that they can beat anyone, so I’m gonna pick LSU. W

Rose Bowl: Washington vs Ohio St.

Ohio St. is favored by 7.0 points. I think Ohio St, will win. W

Sugar Bowl: Georgia vs Texas

Georgia is favored by 13.0 points. I think Georgia will win, but I don’t think it’s really fair to say that Texas, a team that almost beat a playoff team twice, doesn’t stand a chance against Georgia. L

Monday, January 7th 0-1 (21-22)


National Championship:

First I’m going to say everyone’s weaknesses. Alabama: maybe secondary and definitely Special Teams. Clemson: Secondary definitely, Texas A&M was able to put up 400+ passing yards against them and South Carolina put up 500+ passing yards against them (both of those are SEC teams you know). Notre Dame: I don’t know if they have any weaknesses. Oklahoma: Defense in General. Predictions: Alabama vs Clemson: Alabama would win: Alabama vs Notre Dame: Alabama would win: Oklahoma vs Notre Dame: Notre Dame would win: Oklahoma vs Clemson: Clemson would win. L



All-ACC Offense 2018

1st Team

QB: Ryan Finley (NC St.)

Passing: 307-452, 3,789 yds, 24 TDs, 9 Ints.

Rushing: 36 att, 25 yds, 1 TD

RB: Travis Entienne (Clemson)

Rushing: 176 att, 1,463 yds, 21 TDs

Receiving: 10 rec, 65 yds, 1 TD

RB: Quadree Ollison (Pittsburgh)

Rushing; 189 att, 1,190 yds, 11 TDs

Receiving: 11 rec, 64 yds, 0 TDs

RB: AJ Dillon (Boston College)

Rushing: 227 att, 1,108 yds, 10 TDs

Receiving: 8 rec, 41 yds, 1 TD

WR: Kelvin Harmon (NC St.)

Receiving: 81 rec, 1,186 yds, 7 TDs

WR: Greg Dortch (Wake Forest)

 Receiving: 89 rec, 1,078 yds, 8 TDs

WR: Jakobi Meyers (NC St.)

Receiving: 89 rec, 1,028 yds, 4 TDs

2nd Team

QB: Bryce Perkins (Virginia)

Passing: 203-318, 2,472 yds, 22 TDs, 9 Ints.

Rushing: 197 att, 842 yds, 9 TDs

RB: Darrin Hall (Pittsburgh)

Rushing: 137 att,1,021 yds, 9 TDs

Receiving: 14 rec, 60 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Reggie Gallapsy 11 (NC St.)

Rushing: 214 att, 1,012 yds, 18 TDs

Receiving: 7 rec, 26 yds, 1 TD

RB: Jordan Ellis (Virginia)

Rushing: 189 att, 920 yds, 9 TDs

Receiving: 6 rec, 68 yds, 0 TDs

WR: Tee Higgins (Clemson)

Receiving: 52 rec, 802 yds, 10 TDs

WR: Olamide Zaccheaus (Virginia)

Receiving: 81 rec, 958 yds, 6 TDs

Rushing: 15 att, 73 yds, 0 TDs

WR: Damon Hazelton (Virginia Tech)

Receiving: 45 rec, 754 yds, 8 TDs

3rd Team

QB: Eric Dungey (Syracuse)

Passing: 205-341, 2,565 yds, 17 TDs, 7 Ints.

Rushing: 167 att, 732 yds, 15 TDs

RB: Cade Carney (Wake Forest)

Rushing: 176 att, 954 yds, 8 TDs

Receiving: 3 rec, 23 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Travis Homer (Miami)

Rushing: 154 att, 969 yds, 4 TDs

Receiving: 16 rec, 172 yds,  0 TDs

RB: Deon Jackson (Duke)

Rushing: 151 att, 806 yds, 7 TDs

Receiving: 24 rec, 246 yds, 2 TDs

WR: Jamal Custis (Syracuse)

Receiving: 46 rec, 826 yds, 6 TDs

WR: Tamorrion Terry (Florida St.)

Receiving: 35 rec, 744 yds, 8 TDs

WR: Justyn Ross (Clemson)

Receiving: 34 rec, 699 yds, 6 TDs

Honorable Mentions

WR: Sean Riley (Syracuse)

Receiving: 63 rec, 733 yds, 3 TDs

Rushing: 5 att, 37 yds, 0 TDs

WR: T.J. Rahming (Duke)

Receiving: 63 rec, 571 yds, 6 TDs

Rushing: 7 att, 65 yds, 0 TDs

Passing: 1-1, 22 yds, 1 TD

All-ACC By Team

Clemson 1-1-1

Syracuse 0-0-2

NC St. 3-1-0

Boston College 1-0-0

Florida St. 0-0-1

Wake Forest 1-0-1

Pittsburgh 1-1-0

Miami (FL) 0-0-1

Virginia 0-3-0

Virginia Tech 0-1-0

Duke 0-0-1

Teams that did not have an All-ACC

Louisville: closest player: WR Dez Fitzpatrick

Receiving: 31 rec, 422 yds, 3 TDs

Georgia Tech: closest player: RB Jordan Mason

Rushing: 103 att, 640 yds, 7 TDs

North Carolina: closest player: WR: Anthony Ratliff-Williams

Receiving: 42 rec, 689 yds, 2 TDs

Rushing: 11 att, 83 yds, 1 TD