Defense gets it done.
Defense gets it done.
I think if I am going to say "best case scenario" I have to say undefeated. I honestly can not say at this point that I KNOW there is a team on our schedule that we absolutely can not beat. With that said, I think we have a chance to win every game, so in a best case scenario we will win every game that we at least have a chance to win.
Is this likely....no. Do I think it will happen....probably not. Is it possible....yes.
(Of course after I see how our offense plays in the first few games, I could very well change my opinion.)
If the NFL started a development league, would anyone even watch it? Im sure people would follow it but not the way people follow college football. Really, who really watches minor league baseball? Who pays any attention to the NBA's "B league"? I honestly do not know if people follow Europe's soccer development leagues but I doubt it is nearly as popular as the primary leagues.
I feel like a development league would destroy college football, and I definitely dont want that.
Also, if I am a player who will definitely be an NFL player eventually, I would rather play college football in front of 100,000 plus for four years and get an education than get paid to play in some league that no one cares about. (I realize that one of the articles main points is that other people may have a different perspective: Its just my opinion.)
I like the new logo, but I also miss the random pics.
I suggest that the logo can be "the go to" but still throw a random pic in there from time to time.
I agree totally. Even if the school isn't actually paying these kids, the possibility of these endorsements will be the number one tool used in recruiting. This will lead to every single big name recriut going to a school that can ensure that he gets an endorsement. Schools like West Virginia will have no chance at big name recruits. Now I realize that these schools may not get many top recruits now but if endorsements were allowed, they would get zero!
Basically this will ruin the competition in college football. We will be left with a major league baseball situation with a couple "yankees" and a couple "red sox" and the rest of the teams will have no shot.