Monday, September 28, 2015

Las Cosas Que Vi Este Fin De Semana: Week 4

Is it just me or is the SEC very average looking this year? Outside of LSU, I don’t see a dominate team and it’ll be interesting to see what narratives the media force feeds us this week.

Offense rules the day in the Big XII.

Pac-12 is wide-freaking-open with preseason hypers Oregon, Arizona and Arizona State all losing over the weekend.

Is the B1G back?

If you’re in the ACC don’t schedule ECU. You have been warned.

Pongamonos en marcha!

Week 4
Michigan Defense
Vanquish the Foes’ worst-case pretty much came true Saturday. BYU came out flat, couldn’t run the ball and Mangum was under pressure all day long. This is the first time BYU has been shutout since 2003 as Michigan’s defense held BYU to 105 yds of total offense and 0 points.

The Horned Frogs remained undefeated with a tipped pass in the endzone that fortuitously fell into the awaiting hands of a TCU wide receiver. Sometimes it takes a little luck to stay undefeated.

The Ute’s dealt the Ducks their worst home loss in almost 50 years. I thought that Oregon’s offensive line would struggle with Utah’s defensive front, but I didn’t realize how right I would be.

“Do your feet hurt? Because you shot yourself in both of them.”

The Bobcats had the Gophers all but beat and gave up stupid costly penalties in the final two minutes to basically hand Minnesota the win.

We were so close fellas. So close.

Shout Outs
Leonard Fournette – Leonard carried the ball 26 times for 244 yards and 2 touchdowns on Saturday. That dude’s a beast.

Tony Sanchez – the UNLV coach notched his first collegiate win Saturday, scoring 80 points in the process. Congrats Coach.

Big XII Defenses – Looks like WVU is the only team with one. We’ll find out if defenses do in fact win championships.

Bet of the week: 

The Pirates paid out a nice +330 by beating Virginia Tech on the road this weekend. That’s ECU fifth straight victory over the ACC. Take note, ACC ADs. 

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