"He always wanted to go somewhere where he could make a difference. He never wanted to go somewhere where he just fit in.’’ Those are the words of Anthony Brown, Sr. as he described the motivation and dedication of his son, Anthony Brown Jr., the newest quarterback at the University of Oregon. But will Anthony … Continue reading Will transfer quarterback Anthony Brown win the job at Oregon?
Now that Savvygameline has produced its preseason rankings, it is a good time to find out why the system has assessed PAC-12 North teams the way it has. I don't suppose I will ever discover all of the secrets among the multiple thousands of interactive Savvy cells, but the more apparent aspects such as trend … Continue reading A Savvy dive into the PAC-12 North
1. Washington Every PAC-12 coach needs to be at the Huskys' commencement ceremonies next June. To congratulate the Husky seniors? No. To make sure that Jake Browning finally leaves. Sometimes it feels like he's been here forever and like he should have walked the stage already. I mean, he's been something of a preeminent … Continue reading 2018 preview: Pac-12 Conference
1. Clemson Outstanding coaching. Top-5 rushing attack. QB Kelly Bryant is a true dual-threat but pass efficiency needs work. Probably the best defense in FBS with lots of returning talent that will dominate. Will win ACC outright but less-likely than Alabama to win it all. Twelve regular season wins plus the playoff. 2. Virginia Tech … Continue reading 2018 preview: Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)