Long term, what will the divisions be?
East/West - 4TX schools, OSU, and BYU
North/South - 4Tx schools, OSU, and UCF
And I wonder what they will do regarding divisions if there are years with OU/TX still in play
100 Degrees is the high tomorrow, yikes. Will be really hot out there by the second half. Excited for my first game in BPS in 3 years! Confirmed Eskimo Joe's opens @9. Does anyone think there will be a line early or can I show up at 9?
Yeah there is definitely room for debate.
I can go for KSU having a better win
I also tried to take into consideration HOW they won, not just strictly W/L..and Bama was dominant. UGA didn't score an offensive TD
Also, took into consideration UCLA is 2-0, destroyed Hawaii. Penn State got knocked...
Your Pokefan89 Rankings based solely on Week 1 Performance:
(Must consider some Prior year teams/Recruiting Rankings when considering what is a "good" win.
Obviously not a realistic concept, but it would be interesting to see the ebb and flow from week to week and how close the rankings would...
Hopefully the Big XII looks better than week 1 last year. Although I say that, but I still really want OU to lose.
Not totally related to the topic, but didn't feel the need for a new thread. Boise State plays UCF tonight, UCF favored by 6.5. Would like to see Boise State win that one so at...
I've never had an issue with traffic, but I also never try to show up just before the game starts. It's a little over an hour drive, tailgating starts at 8 (I think). I'd probably leave at 7, but I like to explore all the grounds/have a few beers pre game.
We have to remember one of the reasons we are so deep is because of the Covid rule, which every other team also was able to take advantage of. So just because we are a deeper team than we normally are, does not make us any deeper than our opponents.