Edited 12/11 8:15 AM. How ’bout that Coastal Carolina?
As predicted here, the Chanticleers prevailed last weekend.
Of course, there is the minor differentiation in that the vanquished was Brigham Young, not the intended foe Liberty. So, in the interest of ethics, truth, justice, and the American way, I shall put the game down in the DNP column, as opposed to heralding it as a correct prognostication.
After all, it’s the right thing to do.
What a battle it was, ending when five CC secondary defenders in teal and black swarmed a Cougars receiver, stopping him short of the goal line as the clock struck zero zero colon zero zero.
How sweet and fitting. Because, you understand, BYU, which appearing to look like it desired enhancing its easy schedule, said it would “play anyone anytime anywhere,” when it really wouldn’t. Truth be told, Washington of the PAC12 offered them a game, to which the previously undefeated against jayvee competition Cougars said, “Uh no.”
Purdue also fell. While Texas A&M, Iowa State, and Kentucky all prevailed as you would have known would happen from reading me last week here. Which victory the Wildcats celebrated by firing their OC, and another coordinator.
3-1-1 on the weekend, raises my tally to 44-25-6 for the year.
Not bad, considering all that’s happening off the field which is affecting who actually takes to gridiron, as well as how they perform.
This week’s winners: Continue reading Seedy K’s Peerless Pigskin Prognostications: Week XV