Nothing says the new expanded college football weekend is but hours away than Wednesdays. Starting with Ryan McGee’s gotta gotta read “Bottom 10” at espn.com (no Spectrum required), then finding out whom the winners of the Big Games will be in this very spot.
OK, then, where do we stand after the first real week of college pigskin?
Nebraska, whose truly loyal fanbase deserves some joy, spit it out again. Turned it over twice late in the 4th to lose at Minnesota.
Iowa scored on an opening drive TD pass for the first time since, oh, 1991. OC Son of HC wants to keep his job, and his contract mandates the Hawkeyes average 25 ppg, but he only led them to 24.
We spied the not so triumphant, but joyous to savor return of clemsoning. Feelin’ sorry for Dabo? Uh, no.
And the former Louisville RiverBats outfielder who scored the first run ever at Slugger Field is all the rage all the time in the sport.
Coach Prime indeed.
Of course, I jumped on that Diss Train. No way that blowhard’s total makeover of a team could beat last season’s darlings, Texas Christian University.
Oops. I wasn’t the only one with egg on my face.
So that was a wrong prediction. As was South Carolina over North. But the ACC was 2-0 over SEC. A good thing.
On the plus side, Utah smacked the Gators, the Cats bashed Ball, and my Cardinals showed serious mettle in coming back to best the Ramblin’ Wreck.
Another 3-2 weekend, to go 6-4 on the season.
As Brian Kelly assured the Bayou Bengal faithful that his team will get better, I am positive I’ll soon move on up to my rightful status as the Pigskin Planet’s most fine predicticator.
This week’s winners: Continue reading Seedy K’s Peerless Pigskin Prognostications: Week II