Taking a look around at ESPN’s College GameDay signs Blacksburg, Va., site of tonight’s Clemson-Virginia Tech game.
So who wasn’t thinking last week? Have to say Kentucky and Coach Bob Stoops. The Wildcats gave up Florida’s game-winning touchdown with only TEN men on the field.
Gators quarterback Luke Del Rio hit a wide-open Freddie Swain for the 28-27 victory. Wide-open as in nobody was there to cover him.
Doh! That’s not thinking.
But sometimes I think too much. Like Week 4: Zoom to the bottom! Only had 73 percent correct on my picks. When it comes to thinking, I need to don’t stop stopping.
Tennessee and Coach Butch Jones are 3-1 after defeating Massachusetts Saturday. Hurrah!
But the Vols were 28-point favorites over the 0-5 Minutemen and only won 17-13. twice had to fend off drives that penetrated UT territory in the fourth quarter while clinging to a four-point lead. Massachusetts dropped to 0-5. Harrumph!
UT twice had to fend off drives that penetrated deep into its own territory in the fourth quarter while clinging to the four-point lead.
So, even after a win, Jones did pretty much all you need to do to set the fans on fire, making his seat even hotter.
Taking a look around at ESPN’s College GameDay signs (and a couple from SEC Nation in Nashville) from New York City … solely to prove that the Big Apple is a college football town. DESPERATELY trying to prove it specifically to cable operator Altice USA Inc.
When you see an NFL “cheerleader” dancing in front of you, don’t run her over with a camera.
And if you’re an NFL “cheerleader” dancing, maybe you should always keep one eye on the camera, man.
I say neither one was thinking. They should get off the football field and start making football picks. That’s what I do.
Week 3 was my worst week yet. Ugh! I only was correct on 78 percent of my picks, down from 81 percent in Week 2. I know, I know: Think less, pick better.
Whoa. Week 3 and almost a half-dozen coaches are in the crosshairs of their respective fans. Maybe more.
And a couple of them actually won on Saturday.
But instead of going to a window and yelling “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore,” they do the usual and turned to social media.
Taking a look around at ESPN’s College GameDay signs from Louisville, Ky., before Saturday night’s Clemson-Louisville game (NSFDW … Not Safe for Deshaun Watson).
- Week 14 college football picks … the picks of Champions
- Week 13 college football picks … Stop the madness! Just let Bama win
- ESPN College GameDay Signs Nov. 18, 2017
- Week 12 college football picks … stop picking on me!
- ESPN College GameDay Signs Nov. 11, 2017
- Week 11 college football picks … them’s fightin’ words
- ESPN GameDay signs for Nov. 4
- Week 10 college football picks … again with the ‘poison,’ Nick?
- ESPN College GameDay signs for Oct. 28, 2017
- Week 9 college football picks … this time with an important message
“Coach, it sure is a pleasure to be here with you guys … here on the field … and up close … just watching … Coach Vance Joseph …”
Leave Sergio alone. That’s exactly how he was trained at ESPN. Just talk into the microphone and try not to think. And THAT’s what not thinking looks like.
Just imagine — that’s my brain functioning as I make these college football picks. Just like Sergio Dipp.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said in June that he was planning to ion inviting President Barack Obama and wife Michele to be honorary captains for a Michigan home game.
But this week he said wasn’t going to happen … this season.
“The President and the First Lady both were as gracious as they could be,” Harbaugh said in a radio interview by way of the Detroit News. “They worked very hard to try to come. They’re not going to be able to, unfortunately, make it this year.”