Discussion in 'Football' started by mymerlincat, Dec 29, 2018.
Wow thats their big out of conference on a neutral field game? Yawn.
That moment when you bet on the BIG FAVORITE, lose, but still win. Now that's a story to tell.
Not a fan of making a futures bet on a big favorite though.
That was a 22 point game
The silly early odds are out for next year. I agree with the top 3.
See the way-too-early 2019-20 college football national championship odds
I can't see Penn State being the best team in the Big Ten with McSorley leaving. I'm surprised it's not Michigan and Ohio State tied. Ohio State has to hope Fields is allowed to dress. If they are allowed to have him they should beat Michigan and Penn State. Michigan State is also at home. Now, the game is at Michigan but should it really matter?
They will do fine with or without Fields. Martell will move the offense.
Interesting.....Michigan LB coach also coming to Ohio State. I know it's hard to pass up jobs but 2 coaches going to join the rival? That's surely interesting. I think this is it for Harbaugh. If he doesn't beat Ohio State at home with a senior QB and without Urban coching he may think he just won't be able to beat him.
The schedule is even easier than this year if you consider Penn State and Michigan State are at home but everything will come down to Ann Arbor Thanksgiving weekend. Getting two coaches from Michigan's defensive staff may help, but we also killed that D. Mattison may have to create some new schemes as Harbaugh will know how he runs a D.
As a UM fan I do not disagree. Now or never for Harbaugh to win the Big 10 and beat OSU. Hardest games all at home next year with a senior QB and a stellar group of WRs next year. That's not to say he is canned if he doesnt produce the goods but that seat will be hot.
People hate firing alumni at their alma mater. I do think he could end up walking. It's interesting that some of his staff have suddenly left for the enemy.
Way too early for jobs that will be open but....I think ND in college might be open. I can see this being Kelly's window. It's now or never.
What NFL jobs might be open? Washington comes to mind. I wouldn't rule out Minnesota. Buffalo could go either way in my opinion. Unless they have a good year then that debate doesn't exist. I think if they repeat this season, Atlanta and Carolina may be open. I think Bill O'Brein has to win a playoff game to keep his job in Houston. If the Steelers achieve like this year Tomlin may get the boot finally but who knows there. I'd put solid money on Jacksonville being open.
Coaching isn't what separates UM from Ohio State.
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