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SATURDAY CFB WEEK 5 IN-GAME DISCUSSION
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Posted by AndrewL
Replies: 15

Dave Mason‏
@DaveMasonBOL
As of now, Tennessee will be our biggest CFB need this weekend. 75% of bets on Georgia (-7.5). Tons of action.

Bulldogs up to -9.5-115 Shocked

Reply by AndrewL

Stanford totals have been all over the place the last two weeks.

Last week vs. UCLA
Opener: 65
Low: 56.5
Closed 60.5

This week vs. Arizona State
Opener: 67.5
Current: 59

Reply by AndrewL

Totals 80 or above since 2010...

21-13-1 O/U....61.8%

Reply by Drew Martin

Vandy Florida already 21 points scored.. Surprised by UF avg 5.5 yards per carry 20 mins into the game

Reply by dr_boilermaker

85 at stations - OH MY

Reply by AndrewL

Drew Martin wrote on Sat, 30 September 2017 10:01

Vandy Florida already 21 points scored.. Surprised by UF avg 5.5 yards per carry 20 mins into the game


Perhaps we need to take a closer look at where we peg Florida's defense. Played three pretty shitty offenses -- Michigan, Tennessee, and Kentucky and allowed nearly 6 per. Suspensions obviously playing a part. Last year's group allowed 4.6. Vandy 6.4 at half.


Reply by dr_boilermaker

Took a taste of Wisconson -7 2H

Notorious for slow starts...

Reply by dr_boilermaker

USF has amassed 450 YDS and 55 points in 20 mins of possession.

Reply by AndrewL

dr_boilermaker wrote on Sat, 30 September 2017 10:44

Took a taste of Wisconson -7 2H

Notorious for slow starts...


Very nice


Reply by AndrewL

dr_boilermaker wrote on Sat, 30 September 2017 11:58

USF has amassed 450 YDS and 55 points in 20 mins of possession.


One would think playing teams UNDER the total AFTER they play ECU would be like buying three points for free.

Reply by Drew Martin

AndrewL wrote on Sat, 30 September 2017 12:02

dr_boilermaker wrote on Sat, 30 September 2017 11:58

USF has amassed 450 YDS and 55 points in 20 mins of possession.


One would think playing teams UNDER the total AFTER they play ECU would be like buying three points for free.


ECU offensively with Sirk at the helm is a different offense

Reply by sissipher

Taking a shot at Nave -6.5 2nd half. They really started to take it to Tulsa as the 1st half went on.

Reply by Drew Martin

The Charlotte 49ers have 26 points averaging 9.9 yards per carry with time remaining in the 1st half.. Thats a hell of a FIU D giving up those stats to a team that averaged 11 points coming into this matchup

Reply by polarcat99

AFA rolling since lightning delay 21-7
3/3 td drives

Reply by Drew Martin

Drew Martin wrote on Sat, 30 September 2017 17:25

The Charlotte 49ers have 26 points averaging 9.9 yards per carry with time remaining in the 1st half.. Thats a hell of a FIU D giving up those stats to a team that averaged 11 points coming into this matchup


And FIU all the way back to win 30-29.. Actually a heck of a turnaround

Reply by rhoward

So many big favorites covering. Square day hope everyone survived. Big props to teddys free play on Fresno st. Vs Nevada. Never in doubt

 
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