All-Pac 12 2018

1st Team

QB: Gardner Minshew (Washington St.)

Passing: 433-613, 4,477 yds, 36 TDs, 9 Ints

Rushing: 52 att, 103 yds, 3 TDs

RB: Eno Benjamin (Arizona St.)

Rushing: 277 att, 1,524 yds, 15 TDs

Receiving: 33 rec, 247 yds, 2 TDs

RB: Jermar Jefferson (Oregon St.)

Rushing: 239 att, 1,380 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 25 rec, 147 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Joshua Kelly (UCLA)

Rushing: 225 att, 1,243 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 27 Rec, 193 yds, 0 TDs

WR: N’Keal Harry (Arizona St.)

Receiving: 73 Rec, 1,088 yds, 9 TDs

Rushing: 7 att, 10 yds, 1 TD

WR: JJ Arcega-Whiteside (Stanford)

Receiving: 60 rec, 969 yds, 14 TDs

WR: Dillon Mitchell (Oregon)

Receiving: 69 rec, 1,114 yds, 9 TDs

2nd Team

QB: Justin Herbert (Oregon)

Passing: 221-371, 2,985 yds, 28 TDs, 8 Ints.

Rushing: 67 att, 173 yds, 2 TDs

RB: Zach Moss (Utah)

Rushing: 179 att, 1,096 yds, 11 TDs

Receiving: 8 rec, 50 yds, 1 TD

RB: CJ Verdell (Oregon)

Rushing: 188 att, 975 yds, 10 TDs

Receiving: 25 rec, 312 yds, 2 TDs

RB: J.J. Taylor (Arizona)

Rushing: 255 att, 1,434 yds, 6 TDs

Receiving: 16 rec, 133 yds, 0 TDs

WR: Shawn Poindexter (Arizona)

Receiving: 42 rec, 759 yds, 11 TDs

WR: Laviska Shenault Jr. (Colorado)

Receiving: 86 rec, 1,011 yds, 6 TDs

Rushing: 17 att, 115 yds, 5 TDs

WR: Davontavean Martin (Washington St.)

Receiving: 65 rec, 650 yds, 8 TDs

3rd Team

QB: K.J. Costello (Stanford)

Passing: 263-396, 3,435 yds, 29 TDs, 11 Ints

Rushing: 37 att, -1 yd, 0 TDs

RB: Patrick Laird (California)

Rushing: 216 yds, 932 yds, 5 TDs

Receiving: 50 rec, 291 yds, 4 TDs

RB: Myles Gaskin (Washington)

Rushing: 235 att, 1,147 yds, 10 TDs

Receiving: 18 Rec, 78 yds, 1 TD

RB: James Williams (Washington St.)

Rushing: 119 att, 552 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 76 Rec, 560 yds, 4 TDs

WR: Easop Winston (Washington St.)

Receiving: 48 rec, 611 yds, 8 TDs

WR: Michael Pittman Jr. (USC)

Receiving: 41 rec, 758 yds, 6 TDs

WR: Shun Brown (Arizona)

Receiving: 64 rec, 655 yds, 6 TDs

Rushing: 2 att, 40 yds, 0 TDs

Honorable Mentions

QB: Manny Wilkins (Arizona St.)

Passing: 228-362, 2,896 yds, 19 TDs, 4 Ints

Rushing: 101 att, 416 yds, 8 TDs

RB: Aca’Cedric Ware (USC)

Rushing: 125 att, 825 yds, 6 TDs

Receiving: 9 rec, 35 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Travon McMillan (Colorado)

Rushing: 201 att, 1,009 yds, 7 TDs

Receiving: 14 rec, 118 yds, 1 TD

All-Pac 12 by team

Washington 0-0-1

Washington St. 1-1-2

Stanford 1-0-1

Oregon 1-2-0

California 0-0-1

Oregon St. 1-0-0

Utah 0-1-0

Arizona St. 2-0-0

USC 0-0-1

Arizona 0-2-1

UCLA 1-0-0

Colorado 0-1-0

All-SEC Offense

1st Team

QB: Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama)

Passing: 199-294, 3,353 yds, 37 TDs, 4 ints.

Rushing: 48 att, 190 yds,  5 TDs

RB: Trayveon Williams (Texas A&M)

Rushing: 252 att, 1,524 yds, 15 TDs

Receiving: 27 rec, 278 yds, 1 TD

RB: Benny Snell Jr. (Kentucky)

Rushing: 263 att, 1,305 yds, 14 TDs

Receiving: 17 rec, 105 yds, 0 TDs

Passing: 1-1, 43 yds, 1 TD

WR: Jerry Jeudy (Alabama)

Receiving: 59 rec, 1,103 yds, 12 TDs

WR: A.J. Brown (Ole Miss)

Receiving: 85 rec, 1,320 yds, 6 TDs

WR: *Emanuel Hall (Missouri)

Receiving: 35 rec, 756 yds, 6 TDs

TE: Irv Smith Jr. (Alabama)

Receiving: 38 rec, 648 yds, 7 TDs

2nd Team

QB: Drew Lock (Missouri)

Passing: 252-399, 3,125 yds, 25 TDs, 8 ints.

Rushing: 49 att, 145 yds, 6 TDs

RB: Nick Brossette (LSU)

Rushing: 211 att, 922 yds, 14 TDs

Receiving: 13 rec, 73 yds, 0 TDs

RB: D’Andre Swift (Georgia)

Rushing: 155 att, 1,037 yds, 10 TDs

Receiving: 27 rec, 267 yds, 2 TDs

WR: Deebo Samuel (South Carolina)

Receving: 62 rec, 882 yds, 11 TDs

Rushing: 8 att, 26 yds, 0 TDs

Passing: 1-1, 13 yds, 1 TD

WR: Jaylen Waddle (Alabama)

Receiving: 41 rec, 803 yds, 7 TDs

WR: DaMarkus Lodge (Ole Miss)

Receiving: 65 rec, 877 yds, 4 TDs

TE: Jace Sternberger (Texas A&M)

Receiving: 47 rec, 804 yds, 10 TDs

Third Team

QB: Jake Bentley (South Carolina)

Passing: 223-349, 2,953 yds, 27 TDs, 12 ints.

Rushing: 58 att, 90 yds, 2 TDs

RB: Larry Rountree 111 (Missouri)

Rushing: 198 att, 1,012 yds, 10 TDs

Receiving: 13 rec, 59 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Scottie Phillips (Ole Miss)

Rushing: 153 att, 928 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 10 rec, 105 yds, 2 TDs

WR: Henry Rugs 111 (Alabama)

Receiving: 42 rec, 724 yds, 10 TDs

WR: Kalija Lipscomb (Vanderbilt)

Receiving: 81 Rec, 886 yds, 9 TDs

Rushing: 14 att, 75 yds, 1 TD

WR: Jared Pinkney (Vanderbilt)

Receiving: 45 rec, 698 yds, 7 TDs

TE: Albert Okwuegbunam (Missouri)

Receiving: 43 Rec, 466 yds, 6 TDs

Honorable Mentions

QB: Kyle Shurmur (Vanderbilt)

Passing: 236-369, 2,844 yds, 23 TDs, 6 ints.

Rushing: 35 att, -94 yds, 0 TDs

QB: **Jordan Ta’amu (Ole Miss)

Passing: 266-418, 3,918 yds, 19 TDs, 8 Ints.

Rushing: 116 att, 342 yds, 6 TDs

WR: ***D.K. Metcalf  (Ole Miss)

Receiving: 26 rec, 569 yds, 5 TDs

RB: Joshua Jacobs (Alabama)

Rushing: 94 att, 495 yds, 11 TDs

Receiving: 15 rec, 171 yds, 2 TDs

* The reason why I had Emanuel Hall so high was mostly because he did all of that while only playing in 7 out of 12 games.

**The reason why I had Jordan as an Honorable mention and not an ALL-SEC is because he did not throw enough TDs

*** The reason why I have D.K Metcalf as an Honorable Mention is because he was able to do all that in only 7 out of 12 games.

All-SEC by Team

Alabama 3-1-1

Ole Miss 1-1-1

Texas A&M 1-1-0

LSU 0-1-0

Georgia 0-1-0

Missouri 1-1-2

South Carolina 0-1-1

Vanderbilt 0-0-2

Kentucky 1-0-0

Teams without a player

Auburn: closest player: RB JaTarvious Whitlow

Rushing: 143 att, 777 yds, 4 TDs

Receiving: 14 rec, 107 yds, 1 TD

Passing: 1-1, 9 yds, 1 TD

Arkansas: closest player: TE Cheyenne O’Grady

Receiving: 30 rec, 400 yds, 6 TDs

Mississippi St.: closest player: QB Nick Fitzgerald

Passing: 131-249, 1,615 yds, 15 TDs, 7 Ints.

Rushing: 201 att, 1,018 yds, 12 TDs

Florida: closest player: RB Lamical Perine

Rushing: 128 att, 750 yds, 6 TDs

Receiving: 9 rec, 148 yds, 0 TDs

Tennessee: closest player: RB Ty Chandler

Rushing: 115 att, 630 yds, 4 TDs

Receiving: 19 rec, 183 yds, 3 TDs

All-Big 12 Offense 2018

1st Team

QB: Kyler Murray (Oklahoma)

Passing: 241-340, 4,053 yds, 40 TDs, 7 Ints.

Rushing: 123 att, 892 yds, 11 TDs

RB: Alex Barnes (Kansas St.)

Rushing: 256 att, 1,355 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 20 rec, 194 yds, 0 TDs

RB: David Montgomery (Iowa St.)

Rushing: 231 att, 1,092 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 18 rec, 102 yds, 0 TDs

WR: Gary Jennings Jr. (West Virginia)

Receiving: 54 rec, 917 yds, 13 TDs

WR: Marquise Brown (Oklahoma)

Receiving: 75 rec, 1,318 yds, 10 TDs

Rushing: 2 att, 0 yds, 0 TDs

WR: Tylan Wallace (Oklahoma St.)

Receiving: 79 rec, 1,408 yds, 11 TDs

Rushing: 1 att, 6 yds, 1 TD

WR: Hakeem Butler (Iowa St.)

Receiving: 51 rec, 1,126 yds, 9 TDs

2nd Team

QB: Will Grier (West Virginia)

Passing: 266-397, 3,864 yds, 37 TDs, 8 Ints.

Rushing: 48 att, -90 yds, 3 TDs

RB: Kennedy Brooks (Oklahoma)

Rushing: 113 att, 1,021 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 7 rec, 36 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Pooka Williams Jr. (Kansas)

Rushing: 161 att, 1,125 yds, 7 TDs

Receiving: 33 rec, 289 yds, 2 TDs

Passing: 1-2, 9 yds, 1 TD

WR: David Sills V (West Virginia)

Receiving: 61 rec, 896 yds, 15 TDs

WR: Lil’Jordan Humphrey (Texas)

Receiving: 79 rec, 1,109 yds, 9 TDs

Rushing: 6 att, 25 yds, 1 TD

Passing: 2-3, 10 yds, 1 TD

WR: Antoine Wesley (Texas Tech)

Receiving: 88 rec, 1,410 yds, 9 TDs

WR: CeeDee Lamb (Oklahoma)

Receiving: 57 rec, 1,049 yds, 10 TDs

3rd Team

QB: Sam Ehlinger (Texas)

Passing: 256-398, 3,123 yds, 25 TDs, 5 Ints.

Rushing: 143 att, 418 yds, 13 TDs

Receiving: 4 rec, 43 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Trey Sermon (Oklahoma)

Rushing: 155 att, 928 yds, 12 TDs

Receiving: 12 rec, 181 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Justice Hill (Oklahoma St.)

Rushing: 158 att, 930 yds, 9 TDs

Receiving: 13 rec, 63 yds, 0 TDs

WR: Jalen Reagor (TCU)

Receiving: 72 rec, 1,061 yds, 9 TDs

Rushing: 10 att, 161 yds, 2 TDs

WR: Jalen Hurd (Baylor)

Receiving: 69 rec, 946 yds, 4 TDs

Rushing: 48 att, 209 yds, 3 TDs

WR: Collin Johnson (Texas)

Receiving: 65 rec, 945 yds, 7 TDs

WR: Denzel Mims (Baylor)

Receiving: 49 rec, 699 yds, 8 TDs

Honorable Mentions

QB: Taylor Cornelius (Oklahoma St.)

Passing: 262-441, 3,642 yds, 28 TDs, 11 Ints.

Rushing: 110 att, 385 yds, 10 TDs

Receiving: 2 rec, 27 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Kennedy McKoy (West Virginia)

Rushing: 128 att, 729 yds, 7 TDs

Receiving: 16 rec, 221 yds, 1 TD

WR: Ja’Deion High (Texas Tech)

Receiving: 62 rec, 804 yds, 4 TDs

WR: Tyron Johnson (Oklahoma St.)

Receiving: 46 rec, 704 yds, 5 TDs

Rushing: 1 att, 1 yd, 1 TD

WR: Lee Morris (Oklahoma)

Receiving: 21 rec, 457 yds, 8 TDs

All-Big 12 by team

Oklahoma 2-2-1

Oklahoma St 1-0-1

Kansas 1-0-0

Kansas St. 0-1-0

West Virginia 1-2-0

Iowa St. 2-0-0

Texas 0-1-2

Texas Tech 0-1-0

TCU 0-0-1

Baylor 0-0-2

 

All-America Offense 2018

First Team

QB: Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama)

Passing: 199-294, 3,353 yds, 37 TDs, 4 Int.

Rushing: 48 att, 190 yds, 5 TDs

RB: Jonathan Taylor (Wisconsin)

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

Receiving: 8 rec, 60 yds, 0 TDs

RB: Travis Entienne (Clemson)

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

Receiving: 10 rec, 65 yds, 1 TD

TE: Irv Smith Jr. (Alabama)

Receiving: 38 rec, 648 yds, 5 TDs

WR: Jerry Jeudy (Alabama)

Receiving: 59 rec, 1,103 yds, 12 TDs

WR: Rondale Moore (Purdue)

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

Rushing: 18 att, 203 yds, 1 TD

WR: Anthony Johnson (Buffalo)

Receiving: 52 rec, 944 yds, 11 TDs

Second Team

QB: Kyler Murray (Oklahoma)

Passing: 241-340, 4,053 yds, 40 TDs, 7 int.

Rushing: 123 att, 892 yds, 11 TDs

RB: Darrell Henderson (Memphis)

Rushing: 214 att, 1,909 yds, 22 TDs

Receiving: 19 rec, 295 yds, 3 TDs

RB: Eno Benjamin (Arizona St.)

Rushing: 277 att, 1,524 yds, 15 TDs

Receiving: 33 rec, 247 yds, 2 TDs

TE: Jace Sternberger (Texas A&M)

Receiving: 47 rec, 804 yds, 10 TDs

Rushing: 1 att, 4 yds, 0 TDs

WR: N’Keal Harry (Arizona St.)

Receiving: 73 rec, 1,088 yds, 9 TDs

Rushing: 7 att, 10 yds, 1 TD

WR: Marquise Brown (Oklahoma)

Receiving: 75 rec, 1,318 yds, 10 TDs

Rushing: 2 att, 0 yards, 0 TDs

WR: Gary Jennings Jr. (West Virginia)

Receiving: 54 rec, 917 yds, 13 TDs

Third Team

QB: Will Grier (West Virginia)

Passing: 266-397, 3,864 yds, 37 TDs, 8 int.

Rushing: 48 att, -90 yds, 3 TDs

RB: Trayveon Williams (Texas A&M)

Rushing: 252 att, 1,524 yds, 15 TDs

Receiving: 27 rec, 278 yds, 1 TD

RB: *Qadree Ollison (Pittsburgh)

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

Receiving: 11 Rec, 66 yds, 0 TDs

TE: T.J. Hockenson (Iowa)

Receiving: 46 rec, 717 yds, 6 TDs

Rushing: 1 att, 4 yds, 1 TD

WR: Tylan Wallace (Oklahoma St.)

Receiving: 79 rec, 1,408 yds, 11 TDs

Rushing: 1 att, 6 yds, 1 TD

Passing: 1-1, 24 yds, 0 TDs, 0 Int.

WR: Hakeem Butler (Iowa St.)

Receiving: 51 rec, 1,126 yds, 9 TDs

WR: Tyler Johnson (Minnesota)

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

Honorable mentions

QB: Dwayne Haskins (Ohio St.)

Passing: 348-496, 4,580 yds, 47 TDs, 8 Int.

Rushing: 73 att., 122 yds, 4 TDs

QB: Gardner Minshew (Washington St.)

Passing: 433-613, 4,477, 36 TDs, 9 Int.

Rushing: 52 att, 103 yds, 3 TDs

RB: Devin Singletary (Florida Atlantic)

Rushing: 261 att, 1,348 yds, 22 TDs

Receiving: 6 rec, 36 yds, 0 TDs

RB: AJ Dillon (Boston College)

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

Receiving: 8 rec, 41 yds, 1 TD

WR: Lil’Jordan Humphrey (Texas)

Receiving: 79 rec, 1,109 yds, 9 TDs

Rushing: 6 att, 25 yards, 1 TD

Passing: 2-3, 10 yds, 1 TD

WR: David Sills V (West Virginia)

Receiving: 61 rec, 896 yds, 15 TDs

WR: Andy Isabella (UMass)

Receiving: 102 rec, 1,698 yds, 13 TDs

These picks are mostly based off of Eye Test.

 

*Qadree Ollison splits time with Darrin Hall and has astounding stats and looks good too.

All-America by Conf.

SEC: 3-1-1

ACC: 1-0-1

Big Ten: 2-0-2

Big 12: 0-3-3

Pac-12: 0-2-0

MAC: 1-0-0

AAC: 0-1-0

All-America by Team

Alabama: 3-0-0

Texas A&M: 0-1-1

Clemson: 1-0-0

Pittsburgh: 0-0-1

West Virginia: 0-1-1

Oklahoma: 0-2-0

Oklahoma St.: 0-0-1

Iowa St.: 0-0-1

Wisconsin: 1-0-0

Minnesota: 0-0-1

Iowa: 0-0-1

Purdue: 1-0-0

Arizona St.: 0-2-0

Buffalo: 1-0-0

Memphis: 0-1-0

 

Bamaboy VS Athlon Sports

2-2-2 AAC East   [my projection]  [Athlon sports projection]  [actual]

UCF                       12-1 (8-0)             10-3  (7-1)              12-0 (8-0)   W 

USF                      10-2 (6-2)             8-4 (5-3)                  7-5 (3-5)      L

Temple                7-5 (5-3)              7-5 (5-3)                  8-4 (7-1)      T

Cincinnati          3-9 (2-6)              4-8 (3-5)                  10-2 (6-2)     L

East Carolina     2-10 (1-7)           2-10 (1-7)                3-8 (1-7)       T

UConn                 2-10 (0-8)           3-9   (1-7)                1-11 (0-8)    W

 1-4-1 AAC West

Navy                 9-5 (6-2)                9-4 (5-3)                 3-10 (2-6)     L 

Memphis         9-3 (6-2)                9-4 (6-2)                 8-5 (5-3)       L

Houston          7-5 (5-3)                7-5 (5-3)                 8-4(5-3)        T

Tulane            4-8 (3-5)                6-6 (4-4)                 6-6 (5-3)        L

SMU                4-8 (3-5)                6-6 (4-4)                 5-7 (4-4)        L

Tulsa               3-9 (2-6)               4-8 (2-6)                 3-9 (2-6)        W

5-2 ACC Atlantic

Clemson               12-1 (8-0)      12-1 (7-1)              13-0 (8-0)       W     

NC St.                   10-2  (6-2)      8-4 (4-4)                9-3 (5-3)          L          

Florida St.            6-6 (4-4)       9-3 (6-2)                 5-7 (3-5)         W

Wake Forest        6-6 (3-5)       7-5 (4-4)                 6-6 (3-5)         W

Boston College    7-5 (3-5)      6-6 (3-5)                 7-5 (4-4)          W

Louisville             5-7 (2-6)     6-6 (3-5)                 2-10 (0-8)        W

Syracuse              3-9 (1-7)     6-6 (3-5)                 9-3 (6-2)           L

2-5 ACC Coastel

Miami (FL)         11-2 (7-1)    10-3 (6-2)             7-5 (4-4)            L

Virginia Tech     9-3 (6-2)      9-3 (5-3)               6-6 (4-4)            L

North Carolina  7-5 (5-3)     4-8 (2-6)                2-9 (1-7)            L

Georgia Tech     6-6 (4-4)     7-5 (4-4)                7-5 (5-3)            L

Virginia             7-5 (3-5)     4-8 (1-7)                 7-5 (4-4)            W

Pittsburgh        3-9 (2-6)     6-6 (4-4)                 7-6 (6-2)            L

Duke                 6-6 (2-6)     6-6 (4-4)                 7-5 (3-5)             W

0-6-4 Big 12

Oklahoma         11-2 (7-2)         11-2 (7-2)      12-1 (8-1)          T

TCU                     8-5  (6-3)         8-4 (6-3)         6-6 (4-5)            L

Oklahoma St.    8-4 (6-3)         8-4 (5-4)          6-6 (3-6)            L

West Virginia   8-4 (6-3)         8-4 (6-3)          8-3 (6-3)            T

Kansas St.         8-4 (5-4)        6-6 (4-5)           5-7 (3-6)            L

Texas                8-4 (5-4)        9-4 (6-3)            9-4 (7-2)            L

Iowa St.           7-5 (4-5)         7-5 (5-4)            7-4 (6-3)           L

Baylor             5-7 (3-6)         6-6 (3-6)            6-6 (4-5)           L

Texas Tech    5-7 (3-6)         5-7 (3-6)            5-7 (3-6)           T

Kansas           2-10 (0-9)     2-10 (0-9)          3-9 (1-8)            T

1-5-1 Big Ten East

Michigan            12-1 (8-1)    10-2 (7-2)     10-2 (8-1)          L

Michigan St.      10-2 (7-2)    9-3 (6-3)        7-5 (5-4)            L

Ohio St.              10-2 (7-2)   12-1 (8-1)       12-1 (8-1)         L

Penn St.             8-4 (5-4)     9-3 (6-3)          9-3 (6-3)          L

Maryland         6-6 (4-5)     6-6 (4-5)          5-7 (3-6)          T

Indiana            3-9 (1-8)     6-6 (3-6)          5-7 (2-7)          L

Rutgers           2-10 (0-9)    4-8 (1-8)          1-11 (0-9)      W

2-3-2 Big Ten West

Wisconsin                 10-3 (7-2)    10-3 (7-2)        7-5 (5-4)    T

Northwestern          8-4 (7-2)      6-6 (4-5)          8-5 (8-1)     W

Iowa                          7-5 (6-3)      8-4 (5-4)          8-4 (5-4)     L

Minnesota               6-6 (4-5)      6-6 (3-6)          6-6 (3-6)      L

Purdue                    5-7 (4-5)      7-5 (5-4)           6-6 (5-4)     L

Nebraska               5-7 (3-6)      6-6 (3-6)            4-8 (3-6)     W

Illinois                   3-9 (1-8)      3-9 (1-8)            4-8 (2-7)      T

1-1-5 C-USA East

FAU                                    11-2 (7-1)      11-2 (7-1)      5-7 (3-5)   T

Marshall                           8-4 (6-2)       8-4 (6-2)         8-4 (6-2)   T

FIU                                    6-6 (5-3)       5-7 (3-5)         8-4 (6-2)   W

MTSU                               6-6 (5-3)       7-5 (6-2)         8-5 (7-1)    L

ODU                                 6-6 (3-5)       6-6 (3-5)         4-8 (2-6)    T

Western Kentucky       4-8 (2-6)       4-8 (2-6)         3-9 (2-6)    T

Charlotte                       2-10 (1-7)     2-10 (1-7)       5-7 (4-4)    T

1-3-3 C-USA West

Louisiana Tech           9-4 (7-1)       8-4 (6-2)          7-5 (5-3)    L

UAB                              8-4 (5-3)       8-4 (6-2)          10-3 (7-1)    T

North Texas               8-4 (5-3)       8-5 (6-2)          9-3 (5-3)    W

Southern Miss          7-5 (5-3)       7-5 (5-3)          6-5 (5-3)     T

UTSA                          5-7 (4-4)       5-7 (4-4)          3-9 (2-6)     T

UTEP                         2-10 (1-7)     1-11 (0-8)        1-11 (1-7)    L

Rice                           2-11 (0-8)     2-11 (1-7)        2-11 (1-7)   L

3-2-1 Mac East

Buffalo                                     8-5 (5-3)       7-5 (5-3)        10-3 (7-1)     W

Ohio                                         8-4 (5-3)       10-3 (6-2)       8-4 (6-2)      W

Miami (OH)                            5-7 (4-4)       6-6 (5-3)         6-6 (6-2)       L

Akron                                     5-7 (4-4)       5-7 (4-4)          4-7 (2-6)       T

Kent St.                                 2-10 (1-7)      1-11 (0-8)        2-10 (1-7)     W

Bowling Green                   1-11 (0-8)      3-9 (2-6)          3-9 (2-6)        L

2-4 Mac West

Toledo                                 10-3 (7-1)      8-4 (6-2)          7-5 (5-3)      L

Western Michigan            9-3 (6-2)       6-6 (4-4)           7-5 (5-3)      L

NIU                                      8-4 (6-2)       7-6 (7-1)           8-5 (6-2)      L

Eastern Michigan            7-5 (5-3)       4-8 (3-5)            7-5 (5-3)     W

Central Michigan            5-7 (4-4)       5-7 (4-4)            1-11 (0-8)    W

Ball St.                              2-10 (1-7)     3-9 (2-6)             4-8 (3-5)     L

2-3-1 MW Mountain

Boise St.                          10-3 (6-2)     11-2 (7-1)           10-3 (7-1)     W

Utah St.                           8-4 (6-2)       8-4 (5-3)             10-2 (7-1)    W

Colorado St.                   6-6 (5-3)      6-6 (5-3)               3-9 (2-6)      L   

Wyoming                       8-4 (5-3)     7-5 (5-3)               6-6 (4-4)      L

Air Force                       7-5 (4-4)     5-7 (4-4)               5-7 (3-5)     L

New Mexico                 3-9 (1-7)     3-9 (1-7)               3-9 (1-7)     T

3-2-1 MW West

Fresno St.                    11-2 (7-1)      8-4 (6-2)            11-2 (7-1)    W

San Diego St.               9-3 (6-2)       8-5 (6-2)             7-5 (4-4)      L

Nevada                        6-6 (4-4)       5-7 (4-4)             7-5 (5-3)      W

UNLV                           5-7 (3-5)       6-6 (4-4)             4-8 (2-6)      W

Hawi’i                         2-11 (1-7)     3-10 (1-7)           8-5 (5-3)      L

San Jose St.                1-11 (0-8)    1-11 (0-8)            1-11 (1-7)   T

1-5 Pac-12 North

Stanford                    10-3 (7-2)    8-4 (6-3)              8-4 (6-3)     L

Washington              9-3 (7-2)     11-2 (8-1)            10-3 (7-2)     L

Washington St.        6-6 (4-5)     6-6 (3-6)              10-2 (7-2)   W

Oregon                     7-5 (4-5)     8-4 (5-4)               8-4 (5-4)    L

California                6-6 (3-6)    7-5 (4-5)                7-5 (4-5)    L

Oregon St.               1-11 (0-9)    2-10 (0-9)            2-10 (1-8)   L

3-1-2 Pac-12 South

USC                              8-5 (7-2)       9-4 (7-2)         5-7 (4-5)    W

Arizona St.                6-6 (5-4)       5-7 (3-6)          7-5 (5-4)    W

Arizona                     8-4 (5-4)       8-4 (5-4)          5-7 (4-5)    T

Utah                          7-5 (4-5)       8-4 (5-4)          9-4 (6-3)     L

Colorado                  6-6 (4-5)       6-6 (4-5)          5-7 (2-7)    T

UCLA                        5-7 (3-6)       6-6 (4-5)          3-9 (3-6)    W

2-3-2 SEC East

Georgia                         11-2 (7-1)     12-1 (8-0)       11-2 (7-1)    W

Florida                          10-2 (6-2)     8-4 (5-3)          9-3 (5-3)     L

South Carolina            9-3 (5-3)      7-5 (4-4)          7-5 (4-4)      L

MIssouri                       8-4 (4-4)      7-5 (3-5)          8-4 (4-4)     W

Kentucky                     6-6 (3-5)       6-6 (3-5)          9-4 (5-3)     T

Tennessee                   5-7 (1-7)       5-7 (2-6)          5-7 (2-6)     L

Vanderbilt                  4-8 (1-7)       4-8 (1-7)          6-6 (3-5)     T

0-3-4 SEC West

Alabama                    13-0 (8-0)       13-0 (8-0)        13-0 (8-0)     T

Auburn                      10-2 (6-2)      10-2 (6-2)          7-5 (3-5)      T

Mississippi St.          9-3 (5-3)         9-3 (5-3)           8-4 (4-4)       T

Texas A&M               7-5 (4-4)        8-4 (5-3)           8-4 (5-3)       L

LSU                            6-6 (3-5)        7-5 (4-4)           9-3 (5-3)       L

Ole Miss                   6-6 (2-6)        5-7 (1-7)            5-7 (1-7)      L

Arkansas                5-7 (1-7)         5-7 (1-7)            2-10 (0-8)    T

2-3-1 FBS Independent

Notre Dame            11-1                 9-3                   12-0            W   

BYU’                         6-6                    5-7                    6-6             W

Army                      6-6                   8-4                      10-2           L

New Mexico St.     7-5                    5-7                   3-9          L

UMass                    5-7                  5-7                      4-8          T

Liberty                  2-10                3-9                       6-6        L

Overall record

33-57-42

Big 12 Outlook

Big 12 standings                                                                                  overall     conf.

Oklahoma                                                                                                 11-2          7-2

TCU                                                                                                             8-5            6-3

Oklahoma St.                                                                                            8-4            6-3

West Virginia                                                                                           8-4            6-3

Kansas St.                                                                                                 7-5            5-4

Texas                                                                                                         8-4            5-4

Iowa St.                                                                                                     7-5            4-5

Baylor                                                                                                       5-7            3-6

Texas Tech                                                                                               5-7            3-6

Kansas                                                                                                      2-10          0-9

Oklahoma: I think they will win the Big 12 once again, but I don’t think they will make the playoffs again. I think that they will not do as good as last year because of the loss of Baker Mayfield and Mark Andrews, but with Rodney Anderson and Trey Sermon returning, they shouldn’t have much trouble on the ground, at Wide Receiver Marquise Brown and CeeDee Lamb are coming back and should have a good season, and at quarterback Kyler Murray will comeback with the starting job, and he should have a good season, but not nearly as good as Baker Mayfield. On defense they should stink again. I know that it wasn’t totally the defenses fault, because of how good the offenses are in the Big 12.

Schedule 11-2 7-2

Florida Atlantic W

UCLA W

Iowa St. L

Army W

Baylor W

Texas L

TCU W

Kansas St. W

Texas Tech W

Oklahoma St. W

Kansas W

West Virginia W

Big 12 champ: TCU W

TCU: I would look somewhere else for information on TCU.

Schedule 8-5 6-3

Southern W

SMU W

Ohio St. L

Texas L

Iowa St. L

Texas Tech W

Oklahoma L

Kansas W

Kansas St. W

West Virginia W

Baylor W

Oklahoma St. W

Big 12 champ: Oklahoma L

Oklahoma St.: All I have to say is that they’ll probably have a good QB.

Schedule 8-4 6-3

Missouri St. W

South Alabama W

Boise St. L

Texas Tech L

Kansas W

Kansas St. W

Texas W

Baylor W

Oklahoma L

West Virginia W

TCU L

West Virginia Schedule 8-4 or 7-5, 6-3

Tennessee ?

Youngstown St. W

NC St. L

Kansas St. W

Texas Tech W

Kansas W

Iowa St. W

Baylor W

Texas W

TCU L

Oklahoma St. L

Oklahoma L

Kansas St. Schedule 7-5 5-4

 

South Dakota W

Mississippi St. L

UTSA W

West Virginia L

Texas W

Baylor W

Oklahoma St. L

Oklahoma L

TCU L

Kansas W

Texas Tech W

Iowa St. W

Texas: I got nothing to say except that Texas ain’t got no one injured no more so as long as Texas’s players can stay healthy Texas should do good.

Schedule 8-4 5-4

Maryland W

Tulsa W

USC W

TCU W

Kansas St. L

Oklahoma W

Baylor L

Oklahoma St. L

West Virginia L

Texas Tech W

Iowa St. W

Kansas W

Iowa St.: They should have a good season as well and could be a contender.

Schedule 7-5 4-5

South Dakota St. W

Iowa W

Oklahoma W

Akron W

TCU W

Oklahoma St. L

West Virginia L

Texas Tech L

Kansas W

Baylor W

Texas L

Kansas St. L

Baylor: I think Baylor will improve.

Schedule 5-7 3-6

Abilene Christian W

UTSA W

Duke L

Kansas W

Oklahoma L

Kansas St. L

Texas W

West Virginia L

Oklahoma St. L

Iowa St. L

TCU L

Texas Tech W

Texas Tech: All I know is that they did not get the best replacement at QB and they probably will not do very good because if that.

Schedule 5-7 3-6

Ole Miss L

Lamar W

Houston W

Oklahoma St. W

West Virginia L

TCU L

Kansas W

Iowa St. W

Oklahoma L

Texas L

Kansas St. L

Baylor L

Kansas: They should probably improve, but still probably do awful.

Schedule 2-10 0-9

Nicholls St. W

Central Michigan W

Rutgers L

Baylor L

Oklahoma St. L

West Virginia L

Texas Tech L

TCU L

Iowa St. L

Kansas St. L

Oklahoma L

Texas L

 

 

 

Group of Five (and Independent) Outlook

AAC East                                                    Overall   Conf.

UCF                                                                                                11-2          8-0

USF                                                                                                10-2           6-2

Temple                                                                                          7-5             5-3

Cincinnati                                                                                     3-9             2-6

East Carolina                                                                               2-10           1-7

Connecticut                                                                                  2-10           0-8

AAC West

Navy                                                                                              10-4           6-2

Memphis                                                                                       9-3            6-2

Houston                                                                                        7-5            5-3

Tulane                                                                                           4-8            3-5

SMU                                                                                               4-8            3-5

Tulsa                                                                                             3-9             2-6

C-USA East

Florida Atlantic                                                                          11-2           7-1

Marshall                                                                                       8-4             6-2

Florida International                                                                6-6              5-3

Middle Tennessee St.                                                                6-6              5-3

Old Dominion                                                                            6-6             3-5

Western Kentucky                                                                    4-8              2-6

Charlotte                                                                                    2-10            1-7

C-USA West

Louisiana Tech                                                                          9-4              7-1

UAB                                                                                              8-4              5-3

North Texas                                                                                8-4              5-3

Southern Mississippi                                                                7-5              5-3

UTSA                                                                                            5-7              4-4

UTEP                                                                                            2-10            1-7

Rice                                                                                              2-11            0-8

Mac East            

Buffalo                                                                                      8-5                5-3

Ohio                                                                                          8-4                 5-3

Miami (OH)                                                                             5-7                 4-4

Akron                                                                                       5-7                 4-4

Kent St.                                                                                    2-10               1-7

Bowling Green                                                                     1-11               0-8

Mac West

Toledo                                                                                     10-3               7-1

Western Michigan                                                                9-3                 6-2

Northern Illinois                                                                   8-4                6-2

Eastern Michigan                                                                  7-5                5-3

Central Michigan                                                                  5-7                 4-4

Ball St.                                                                                     2-10               1-7

Mountain West Mountain

Boise St.                                                                                  10-3               6-2

Utah St.                                                                                   8-4                 6-2

Colorado St.                                                                           6-6                 5-3

Wyoming                                                                               8-4                 5-3

Air Force                                                                                7-5                 4-4

New Mexico                                                                          3-9                 1-7

                  Mountain West West

Fresno St.                                                                              11-2               7-1

San Diego St.                                                                         9-3                 6-2

Nevada                                                                                  6-6                 4-4

UNLV                                                                                      5-7                 3-5

Hawaii                                                                                   2-11               1-7

San Jose St.                                                                            1-11               0-8

                                                                   International

Notre Dame                                                                           11-1

BYU                                                                                          6-6

Army                                                                                       6-6

New Mexico St.                                                                     7-5

UMass                                                                                     5-7

Liberty                                                                                   2-10

Sorry but I could not get Sun Belt predictions in on time, but I think Troy will win the Conference.

UCF: I think UCF will go 11-1 in the regular season because of strength of schedule. UCF has 7 games that they could possibly lose, but since UCF has so many players coming back from a 13-0 team including, McKenzie Milton (QB), Adrian Killins (RB), Kyle Gibson (FS), and Pat Jasinski (ILB) I think they should be able to handle at least 4 of them.

Schedule 11-2 8-0

Connecticut W

South Carolina St. W

North Carolina W

Florida Atlantic L

Pittsburgh W

SMU W

Memphis W

East Carolina W

Temple W

Navy W

Cincinnati W

South Florida W

AAC Championship: Navy L

Florida Atlantic: Florida Atlantic could and probably will have an amazing season this year and win the C-USA again. With Devin Singletary (RB), who had 301 att. for 1,920 yds. and 32 TDs, and Azeez Al-Shaair (MLB), who led the team with 147 tackles returning, Lane Kiffin and the Owls could have a chance at beating Oklahoma if their QB can’t perform well.

Schedule 11-2 7-1

Oklahoma L

Air Force W

Bethune-Cookman W

UCF W

MTSU W

Old Dominion W

Marshall L

Louisiana Tech W

FIU W

Western Kentucky W

North Texas W

Charlotte W

C-USA championship: Louisiana Tech W

Air Force: Okay, so I’m an Air Force fan. I tried to be the least biased possible, and hey these things I predicted could happen if they can just improve they could very well go       7-5.

Schedule 7-5 4-4

Stony Brook W

Florida Atlantic L

Utah St. W

Nevada L

Navy W

San Diego St. L

UNLV W

Boise St. L

Army W

New Mexico W

Wyoming L

Colorado St. W

Notre Dame: I think they’ll improve with Brandon Wimbush coming back, I think he will improve and Notre Dame will be a playoff contender again.

Schedule 11-1

Michigan L

Ball St. W

Vanderbilt W

Wake Forest W

Stanford W

Virginia Tech W

Pittsburgh W

Navy W

Northwestern W

Florida St. W

Syracuse W

USC W

Top 15 group of five teams

  1. Florida Atlantic
  2. Fresno St.
  3. Boise St.
  4. Toledo
  5. Western Michigan
  6. Northern Illinois
  7. San Diego St.
  8. UCF
  9. USF
  10. Ohio
  11. Navy
  12. Troy
  13. Buffalo
  14. Utah St.
  15. Wyoming

 

 

 

 

 

Pac 12 outlook

Pac 12 North Predictions                                         Overall            Conf.

Stanford                                                                             10-3                    7-2

Washington                                                                        9-3                     7-2

Oregon                                                                                7-5                     4-5

Washington St.                                                                  7-5                     4-5

California                                                                           6-6

Oregon St.                                                                           1-11                  0-9

Pac 12 South predictions                                             

USC                                                                                      8-5                    7-2

Arizona St.                                                                         6-6                    5-4

Arizona                                                                              8-4                    5-4

Utah                                                                                    8-4                    5-4

Colorado                                                                           6-6                     4-5

UCLA                                                                                 5-7                    3-6

Short predictions

Stanford: On offense they should be dominate with Bryce Love (Heisman Trophy runner up, 263 att. for 2,118 yds. and 19 TDs), their QB K.J. Costello (124-211 1,573 yds. and 14 TDs), and their leading wide receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside (48 rec. for 781 yds. 9 TDs). On defense their only problem will be a big problem. Their defensive line will have a bunch of problems especially with depth. But at Linebacker and in the secondary, should be able to back up the D-line and have a good season. So overall I think they should win the Pac-12 because of all they weak defenses. I think they’ll go 9-3 in the regular season but then again there are some teams on here that can give’em trouble like San Diego St., USC, Oregon, Notre Dame, Utah, Washington, California, and UCLA.

Schedule 10-3 7-2

San Diego St. W

USC W

UC Davis W

Oregon L

Notre Dame L

Utah L

Arizona St. W

Washington St. W

Washington W

Oregon St. W

California W

UCLA W

Pac-12 Championship: USC W

Washington: I Think Washington will be a very strong contender especially with 2016 Heisman candidate Jake Browning, And on a great defense they have nine returning starters. I think if Washington can take down Auburn and Stanford They will very well be a contender to make their second playoffs in three years.

Schedule 9-3 7-2

Auburn L

North Dakota W

Utah W

Arizona St. W

BYU W

UCLA W

Oregon W

Colorado W

California W

Stanford L

Oregon St. W

Washington St. L

Oregon, schedule 7-5 4-5

Bowling Green W

Portland St. W

San Jose St. W

Stanford W

California L

Washington L

Washington St. W

Arizona L

UCLA W

Utah L

Arizona St. L

Oregon St. W

Washington St.: I think Washington St. will struggle on offense especially at QB and on the offensive line. On defense they should do great once again with seven returning starters, but they have a new defensive coordinator (Tracy Claeys). So as long as their QB ends up doing good then Washington St. could be a contender in the Pac-12 North.

Schedule 7-5 4-5

Wyoming W

San Jose St. W

Eastern Washington W

USC L

Utah W

Oregon St. W

Oregon L

Stanford L

California W

Colorado L

Arizona L

Washington W

 

California: Schedule 6-6 3-6

North Carolina W

BYU W

Idaho St. W

Oregon W

Arizona L

UCLA L

Oregon St. W

Washington L

Washington St. L

USC L

Stanford L

Colorado W

Oregon St.: 1-11 0-9

Ohio St. L

Southern Utah W

Nevada L

Arizona L

Arizona St. L

Washington St. L

California L

Colorado L

USC L

Stanford L

Washington L

Oregon L

USC: I’ll talk about defense first for a change. Last year USC ranked 60th in the nation and 5th in the Pac-12 in Scoring defense, they gave up 32.6 POINTS PER GAME! They were 82nd and 6th in the Pac-12 in Passing yards allowed per game (237.0), they were 56th in the nation and 5th in the Pac-12 in Rushing yards allowed per game (185.1), and finally they were 68th in the nation and 5th in the nation in total yards allowed per game (395.6). They have seven returning starters on that defense. They should improve but they’ll still have some trouble. On offense they lost Sam Darnold, Ronald Jones and Deontay Burnett. but with Stephen Carr and Aca’Cedric Ware they should be good on the run game. At QB their expected starter is true freshman and number three recruit for the Trojans JT Daniels. So I think USC will win the Pac-12 South once again but will probably lose to Stanford or Washington depending on which one the play.

Schedule 8-5 7-2

UNLV W

Stanford L

Texas L

Washington St. W

Arizona W

Colorado W

Utah W

Arizona St. L

Oregon St. W

California W

UCLA W

Notre Dame L

Pac-12 Championship: Stanford L

Arizona St.: Arizona St. could do great with their new coach (Herm Edwards) or they could do awful. Lucky for them on offense they have Manny Wilkins (QB) and N’Keal Harry (their leading receiver) are returning, so they should be good on offense. But on defense they won’t have to much luck with four returning starters on a terrible defense.

Schedule 6-6 5-4

UTSA W

Michigan St. L

San Diego St. L

Washington L

Oregon St. W

Colorado L

Stanford L

USC W

Utah L

UCLA W

Oregon W

Arizona W

Arizona: I just have to say they have an amazing duel threat QB Khali Tate and nine starters coming back to an experienced defense.

Schedule 8-4 5-4

BYU W

Houston W

Southern Utah W

Oregon St. W

USC L

California W

Utah W

UCLA L

Oregon W

Colorado L

Washington St. W

Arizona St. L

Utah: I think Utah will have a great season this year and be a contender for the Pac-12 South. They’ll have a very experienced Offense with 7 returning starters including  QB Tyler Huntley and RB Zack Moss. On defense they should do good despite only having 4 returning startersmand they have good depth.

Schedule 8-4 5-4

Weber St. W

Northern Illinois W

Washington L

Washington St. L

Stanford W

Arizona L

USC L

UCLA W

Arizona St. W

Oregon W

Colorado W

BYU W

Colorado: schedule 6-6 4-5

Colorado St. W

Nebraska L

New Hampshire W

UCLA L

Arizona St. W

USC L

Washington L

Oregon St. W

Arizona W

Washington St. W

Utah L

California L

UCLA: I think this isn’t UCLA’s year. UCLA may have Chip Kelly but the players he recruited are not experienced, so I don’t think they will contend for the Pac-12 South just yet but soon they will come through. So I think, like Nebraska, UCLA will have a boom year in about 2 to 4 seasons.

Schedule 5-7 3-6

Cincinnati W

Oklahoma L

Fresno St. W

Colorado W

Washington L

California W

Arizona W

Utah L

Oregon L

Arizona St. L

USC L

Stanford L

Pac-12 ranks

  1. Stanford
  2. Washington
  3. USC
  4. Arizona
  5. Utah
  6. Oregon
  7. Washington St.
  8. Arizona St.
  9. UCLA
  10. California
  11. Colorado
  12. Oregon St.

                 

2018 Big Ten Outlook

The Big Ten

 Big ten East, projected Standings:                                                Overall     Conf.

Michigan                                                                                             12-1           8-1

Michigan St.                                                                                        10-2          7-2

Ohio St.                                                                                                10-2          7-2

Penn St.                                                                                                8-4           5-4

Maryland                                                                                             6-6           4-5

Indiana                                                                                                 3-9           1-8

Rutgers                                                                                                  2-10        0-9

Big Ten West

Wisconsin                                                                                            10-3         7-2

Iowa                                                                                                       7-5           6-3

Northwestern                                                                                      7-5           6-3

Minnesota                                                                                            6-6            4-5

Purdue                                                                                                  5-7           4-5

Nebraska                                                                                              6-6          3-6

Illinois                                                                                                  3-9          1-8

Short previews

Michigan: Now we’ll start on offense. They shouldn’t have to much trouble here as long as the offensive line can improve. Michigan has a lot of talent, like at QB they have Shea Patterson (graduate transfer from Ole Miss), At running back they have Karan Higdon, who had 164 attempts for 994 yards and 11 TDs, and they also have Chris Evans, At Tight End they have their returning leader in receiving, Sean Mckeon, who had 31 receptions for 301 yards and 3 TDs, finally at WR they have talent with Donovan Peoples-Jones,Grant Perry, and Tarik Black. Last year Michigan was 49th in the nation and 4th in the Big Ten in rushing yards per game (177.7), But 111th in the nation and 11th in the Big ten in passing yards per game (171.2), But with Shea Patterson and some young and experienced WRs things could change if the O-Line can give him some time.

Now we’re going to talk about the Defense. Well, if you look at last years stats and how many players are returning it’s pretty obvious that Michigan is going to have one of the best defenses in the country. Last year Michigan was 13th in the nation and 3rd in the Big Ten in scoring defense (25.2), 18th in the nation and 6th in the Big Ten in Rushing yards allowed per game (120.9), and 1st in the nation in passing yards allowed per game (150.1), And they have 8 PLAYERS COMING BACK on that defense.

So if Michigan’s offensive line can improve and Shea Patterson meets his expectations, Michigan should be able to win the Big ten and maybe even make it to the CFP.

Schedule 12-1 8-1

Notre Dame W

Western Michigan W

SMU W

Nebraska W

Northwestern W

Maryland W

Wisconsin W

Michigan St. L

Penn St. W

Rutgers W

Indiana W

Ohio St. W

Big Ten Championship: Wisconsin W

Michigan St. I would just like to say 10 starters are coming back to a decent Offense that got’em to a 10-3 season and 9 returning to a defense that was second in the nation in rush defense and 7th total. So overall Michigan St. should be a contender in Big ten and even for the playoffs.

Schedule 10-2 7-2

Utah St. W

Arizona St. W

Indiana W

Central Michigan W

Northwestern L

Penn St. W

Michigan W

Purdue L

Maryland W

Ohio St. W

Nebraska W

Rutgers W

Ohio St. All I have to say about them is that they lost some crucial players on defense and J.T. Barrett, but they do have J.K. Dobbins who should be a strong Heisman contender, but I think every team but Ohio St. and maybe Rutgers, Illinois, and Purdue will improve. But they should be a major contender in Big ten and for the CFP.

Schedule 10-2 7-2

Oregon St. W

Rutgers W

TCU W

Tulane W

Penn St. W

Indiana W

Minnesota W

Purdue W

Nebraska W

Michigan St. L

Maryland W

Michigan L

Penn St. They should still be great on offense but on defense they only have 2 returning starters So depth should be a big problem.

Schedule 8-4  5-4

Appalachian St. W

Pittsburgh W

Illinois W

Ohio St. L

Michigan St. L

Indiana W

Iowa W

Michigan L

Wisconsin L

Rutgers W

Maryland W

Maryland, suffered many crucial injuries especially at QB, but should do a lot better this year.

Schedule 6-6 4-5

Texas L

Bowling Green W

Temple W

Minnesota W

Michigan L

Rutgers W

Iowa L

Illinois W

Michigan St. L

Indiana W

Ohio St. L

Penn St. L

 Indiana schedule 3-9 1-8

Florida International W

Virginia L

Ball St. W

Michigan St. L

Rutgers W

Ohio St. L

Iowa L

Penn St. L

Minnesota L

Maryland L

Michigan L

Purdue L

Rutgers schedule 2-10 0-9

Texas St. W

Ohio St. L

Kansas W

Buffalo L

Indiana L

Illinois L

Maryland L

Northwestern L

Wisconsin L

Michigan L

Penn St. L

Michigan St. L

Wisconsin: On offense they should be good, especially with Jonathan Taylor who had 299 attempts for 1,977 yds., and 13 TDs. On defense they should be good, but depth will be a problem.

Schedule 10-3 7-2

Western Kentucky W

New Mexico W

BYU W

Iowa L

Nebraska W

Michigan L

Illinois W

Northwestern W

Rutgers W

Penn St. W

Purdue W

Minnesota W

Big ten Champ: Michigan L

Iowa: Iowa should do great this season especially on offense. They have Nate Stanley (QB) coming back and Noah Fant (TE), and Wide Receiver Nick Easley. But on defense depth will be an issue.

Schedule 7-5 6-3

Northern Illinois L

Iowa St. L

Northern Iowa W

Wisconsin W

Minnesota L

Indiana W

Maryland W

Penn St. L

Purdue L

Northwestern W

Illinois W

Nebraska W

 

Northwestern, I think they’ll do good, they have their QB Clayton Thorson who was 262-434, 12 int., 2,844 yards, and 15 TDs. They also have Jeremy Larkin.

Schedule 7-5 6-3

Purdue W

Duke L

Akron W

Michigan L

Michigan St. W

Nebraska W

Rutgers W

Wisconsin L

Notre Dame L

Iowa L

Minnesota W

Illinois W

Minnesota: Schedule 6-6 4-5

New Mexico St. W

Fresno St. L

Miami (OH) W

Maryland L

Iowa W

Ohio St. L

Nebraska L

Indiana W

Illinois W

Purdue W

Northwestern L

Wisconsin L

Purdue: Schedule 5-7 4-5

Northwestern L

Eastern Michigan W

Boston College L

Nebraska L

Illinois W

Ohio St. L

Michigan St. W

Iowa W

Minnesota L

Wisconsin L

Indiana W

Nebraska. Even though they have Scott Frost at Head Coach now, I don’t think they’ll be able to contend for the Big Ten West immediately it might take a few more seasons, But I do think think they will be able to make a bowl game.

Schedule 6-6 3-6

Akron W

Colorado W

Troy W

Michigan L

Purdue W

Wisconsin L

Northwestern L

Minnesota W

Ohio St. L

Illinois W

Michigan St. L

Iowa L

Illinois: schedule 3-9 1-8

Kent St. W

Western Illinois W

South Florida L

Penn St. L

Rutgers W

Purdue L

Wisconsin L

Maryland L

Minnesota L

Nebraska L

Iowa L

Northwestern L

The Big ten ranks.

  1. Michigan
  2. Michigan St.
  3. Ohio St.
  4. Wisconsin
  5. Penn St.
  6. Iowa
  7. Northwestern
  8. Nebraska
  9. Maryland
  10. Minnesota
  11. Purdue
  12. Indiana
  13. Illinois
  14. Rutgers

 

 

 

Top 20 Bowl Games

Just to let you know I am going to count not the playoffs and these are not in order.

The New Mexico Bowl Marshall vs Colorado St. Marshall won 1 of their last 5 games. Colorado St. won 2 of their last 5 games. So their last five games were pretty tough like Colorado St. lost to three decent teams Air Force,Wyoming,and Boise St. and Marshall also lost to some decent teams (one of them I think is perty good FAU) they lost to FIU,FAU,UTSA,and Southern Miss. I think Colorado St. will win by 7 points 27-20.

The Frisco Bowl Louisiana Tech vs SMU. I think were gonna have a shout out here and really all I know about SMU is that they lost to some pretty good teams in close ones like TCU 56-36,Houston 22-35,UCF 24-31,Navy 43-40,and Memphis 45-66. Well I guess some of them were close. But anyways I don’t really have much to say so SMU wins 52-45.

Bahamas Bowl UAB vs Ohio. I got nothing to say but UAB wins 35-30.

Armed Forces Bowl San Diego St. vs Army. I say Army wins 28-24.

The Hawai’i Bowl Fresno St. vs Houston. I think this is one of the best Bowl games of them all. I think both teams are great both teams have had tough games like Fresno St. they lost to Alabama 41-10,they lost to Washington 48-16,they lost to UNLV 26-16, they only beat BYU by 7, they only beat Wyoming by three, and they lost to Boise St. in their rematch with Boise St. 17-14. Then Houston well they haven’t had had the best of games they lost to Tulsa 45-17, and they lost to Tulane 20-17. So I think Fresno St. will win because Houston’s losses are just to bad so yeah the Bulldogs win 31-24.

The Pin Stripe Bowl Iowa vs Boston College. First the poor losses from these teams. Iowa really only has one against Purdue 24-15 the other ones weren’t that bad one of them was against Penn St. who had to get a game winning touchdown at the end of the game the score was 21-19. Boston College doesn’t have any bad losses. Now here’s a fact Boston College have won five of their last six games this season and their loss was to NC.St. 17-14. I think Boston College is hot right now and they will win 28-17.

The Texas Outdoors Bowl Texas vs Missouri. I think this game will be won by Missouri if they play like well all the games they won in they beat Missouri St. in week 1 72-43,then they had a five game losing streak and then now starting in week 8 they started a six game winning streak they beat Idaho 68-21,then they beat Connecticut 52-12,they beat Florida 45-16,they beat Tennessee 50-17,they beat Vanderbilt 45-17,they beat Vanderbilt 45-17,and they beat Arkansas 48-45. So once again I’m gonna pick the hot team Missouri and they will win big 48-28.

The Military Bowl Virginia at Navy. I think Navy will win 24-21.

The Camping World Bowl Virginia Tech vs Oklahoma St. I say Virginia Tech wins 49-42.

The Alamo Bowl Stanford vs TCU. I think TCU is overrated like who did they beet? I know! Oklahoma St.!…That’s it so Stanford wins with Bryce Love 31-24.

The Holiday Bowl Washington St. vs Michigan St. Okay now I’m make some short picks. So I think Washington St. is good but I don’t think their defense is good en of to beat Michigan St. So I think the team with the better defense will do it so Michigan St. wins 35-26.

The Belk Bowl Wake Forest vs Texas A&M. I think we’ll have a defensive battle here. Wake Forest allowing  about 23 points a game and Texas A&M allows about 26 points a game.Then there’s offense and Texas A&M scores about 30 points a game and Wake Forest scores about 35 points a game. So I think Wake Forest is just a bit better and will win 30-28 with a game winning field goal with around 3:22 left on the clock in the 4th quarter.

The Cotton Bowl USC vs Ohio St. I’ll stay with my answer from Committee Thoughts Ohio St. wins 38-37.

The Tax Slayer Bowl Louisville vs Mississippi St. I think this one will go to the Louisville Cardinals and my main reason is because Louisville has Lamar Jackson who won the Heisman Trophy last and was a finalist this year and Mississippi St.’s Nick Fitzgerald is an amazing player and he got a season ending injury against Ole Miss. So the Cardinals win 42-21.

The Liberty Bowl Iowa St. vs Memphis. I think we’re gonna have a shootout because Memphis scores about 56 points a game and allows about 31 points a game and Iowa St. scores about 35 points a game and allows about 27 points a game. So think Iowa St.’s defense isn’t good en of to stop Memphis’s offense and Memphis will win 52-45.

The Fiesta Bowl Washington vs Penn St. Here I just think Penn St. is just better overall and will win 28-21.

The Orange Bowl Wisconsin vs Miami (FL). I think Miami (FL) will keep it close by creating turnovers but in the end Wisconsin wins 31-23.

The Outback Bowl Michigan vs South Carolina. Here I think it will be a defensive battle and South Carolina will end up winning because they know how to score a good amount of points so they win 20-10.

The Peach Bowl UCF vs Auburn. I say Auburn wins because they have such good run defense and will win 30-24.

The Citrus Bowl Notre Dame vs LSU. I think we’re gonna have another defensive battle and I think LSU wins because I just think their defense is better so they win 17-14.

Record 12-8