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    1. Week 0-1 Recap Winners: 45-6 ECU, 38-15 at UTEP, 24-14 Buff, 34-31 NDSU, 34-20 Houston, 33-30 at OKST Losers: 33-36 at SMU (2OT), 6-24 Penn State, 16-49 at Air Force, 13-21 at CSU, 20-30 UW, 7-27 at LSU On Bye: (0-0), (0-0) Players of the Week(s): Offense: RB DeSean Dockery, Louisville - 24 carries, 150 yards, 3 TDs; 1 reception, 8 yards Defense: CB D'Onta Neely, Clemson - 2 INT, 3 tackles Special Teams: WR Corey Bolden, Clemson - 123 punt return yards, 1 TD Week 2 Previews Teams on Bye: Clemson (0-1), Louisville (1-0), NC State (0-1), Wake Forest (1-0), Georgia Tech (1-0), Virginia Tech (1-0) Thursday Night Football Coral Gables, FL - Boise State Broncos (1-0) at Miami Hurricanes (0-0) Headliner: A season of growing. This will be Miami's first game in the new season, and youth is going to be stressed a lot. The Hurricanes have three underclassmen on the offensive line, including sophomore guard Albert Palacios and freshman guard Josh Pennington. Redshirt freshmen Joaquin Bond and Antonio Dillon are opening-day starters in the receiving corp. Freshman defensive tackle Grant Barclay finds himself sandwiched between two senior ends on the defensive line. Akiem Pryor fills in as the number one cornerback in his Hurricane debut. There's so much youth taking the stage for this Miami team, but a lot of them are expecting to do wonders for a team that has struggled to do much of anything these past two seasons. Boise is a good meter to see where they are right now, but this season will mostly be a season of growing pains. Player to Watch: ATH Akiem Pryor. Pryor begins his career in an interesting position. As the expected leader of this cornerback unit as a freshman, Pryor is supposed to lead by example and boost this secondary. His first task is matching up against Jayson Geary, Boise's nifty sophomore receiver. Geary put up 82 yards and a touchdown on just two receptions in their win over Kent State last week, so there's not a lot of sample size from their opener. It's not a huge matchup in this game, but it's a notable one for the 'Canes, who need a playmaker in this secondary. Prediction: 17-21 . Boise took advantage of a relatively weaker Kent State team, but I don't think their offense is going to find nearly as much success against an improved Miami defense. Miami still lacks a solid passing game, but Jason Ledford should be able to provide enough, especially with the presence of Bond as a target, to give the Hurricanes an opening win. Friday Night Football Syracuse, NY - Connecticut Huskies (1-0) at Syracuse Orange (0-1) Headliner: An offensive rebound. Syracuse suffered offensively against Colorado State. The Orange were held to 267 total yards against the Rams, putting up a measly 13 against a good-not-great Rams' defense. UConn provides a different challenge, having a well-built secondary and a few key pieces in the front seven yet not looking the part against a budding Liberty program. The Orange offense doesn't seem explosive, but they could make work of a shoddy defensive line and a questionable linebacker corp. If Christian Coates can exploit these holes, Syracuse might find themselves with a shot to win this game. Player to Watch: DE Boyd Pickett. Pickett picked up two sack and a tackle for loss against the Rams, but his pressure in the backfield is critical for this game. Makai Stewart threw for 221 yards 4 touchdowns (125 yards and 3 touchdowns to Gavin Faulk) and was largely left without pressure against the Flames, who could only bring him down once. Syracuse has a better secondary than Liberty for sure, but getting pressure on Stewart could go a long way in making sure that Faulk doesn't get a chance to get the ball. Prediction: 27-10 . The Orange will be undone by their offense again. There's nothing that screams promise in the running game right now, and the receiving game just doesn't look strong enough to exploit potential holes in any defense, let alone UConn's defense. Syracuse can slow down that passing game all they want, but the defense will find themselves on the field way longer than the offense, and that's almost never a good sign. Saturday Morning Football Philadelphia, PA - Pittsburgh Panthers (0-1) at Temple Owls (0-0) Headliner: The real Messiah? It was a shaky debut performace for Messiah Winston, putting up the worst QB rating for a starting quarterback in the ACC over these first two weeks. Granted, it came against the defending champs in Penn State, but there was little that went right for him. Temple's defense provides a similar challenge, although not nearly as deadly. Will Winston be able to find his groove? The offense relies on his ability to get it to his playmakers. Player to Watch: WR Franklin Pineda. Someone has to help Winston, right? Tight end Dovid Dobson is a reliable playmaker in the short-field game, but Pineda has to step it up against lighter competition in order to aid Winston. With 71 yards on 5 receptions, Pineda put in a decent performance against Penn State, but he'll have to make himself an easier target against Temple. The offense needs production and Pineda is likely their best shot at getting just that. Prediction: 16-17 . This one is too tight to call honestly. If Pittsburgh had shown any signs of life against Penn State, I'd pick them straight up, but as of now I don't have any confidence in Winston and this offense against an above-average Temple defense. Temple's offense can surely be slowed by the Panthers, but it simply won't be enough in this one. Tallahassee, FL - Kentucky Wildcats (0-0) at Florida State Seminoles (0-1) Headliner: Seeing Red. How does Florida State come back from that? We knew the offense would take 2-3 steps back after losing Benjamin Schuler and the school's all-time leading receiver in Luke Cobb, but Week 0's performance against Air Force was borderline unacceptable. Whereas Messiah Winston had the worst QBR of ACC QBs over the first two weeks, Red Mosher had the 2nd-worst for his performance against the Falcons. Kentucky has a much weaker defense and shouldn't be as tough to expose as Air Force's defense, but Mosher can't play anything like he did in that game. If Mosher and Nate Wooten improve, this should be an easy win for the 'Noles. Player to Watch: DE Anthony Walton. There are multiple reasons to watch Walton this week. For starters, he's coming off a mild calf strain in the loss to Air Force, though he should be 100% fit for play. The freshman has to apply pressure to the Kentucky backfield, both to shake up Elijah McManus and to either contain Marc Purdy or to send him the other way. Kentucky has never been great offensively, so disrupting a backfield on relatively low confidence is likely the big key to winning from a defensive standpoint. If Walton is able to get through the offensive line and shake things up, the 'Noles will win. Prediction: 20-31 . There's not enough information to really justify Florida State scoring this much, but Kentucky isn't nearly up to the defensive level of Air Force. Week 0 might've been a hiccup for this offense, not a trend-setter. Regardless, the defense alone should do enough to contain Marc Purdy and bring the Seminoles to their first win of the 2021 campaign. Chapel Hill, NC - Nebraska Cornhuskers (1-0) at North Carolina Tar Heels (0-1) Headliner: Home Sweet Home? The Heels played moderately well on the road in Baton Rouge, but now they welcome the ranked Cornhuskers to Chapel Hill. The Huskers don't have the pedigree of LSU, but some solid work on the recruiting trail has set them up to be contenders in the Big Ten this year. UNC looks to fire up their offense in front of the home crowd after it could only muster 7 points in Tiger Stadium. Nebraska is coming off a week of rest after beating national runners-up UCF in their Week 0 opener. North Carolina needs to make life uncomfortable for the Huskers on their trip to Keenan Memorial Stadium. Player to Watch: DE Daniel Simpson. I know that pass rushing seems to be a theme this week, but it matters more here for a secondary that lost a ton from last year's team. Preston Burks is the most experienced player back there, but even he will have trouble covering Nebraska receiver Calvin McKay. Simpson faces the tall task of lining up against Rafael Vitale, arguably one of the best tackles in college football. Simpson is the best pass rusher on this team, and his ability to get in the backfield and disrupt Sean Connell is pivotal to North Carolina's chances at pulling the upset. Prediction: 34-10 . Defenses perform best when they're not tired, and unfortunately for North Carolina, their defense will be gassed from a lack of offensive production. This will be a recurring theme for the Heels, as their defense can only play up to standards for so long before tiring out. Morgantown, WV - Virginia Cavaliers (0-0) at West Virginia Mountaineers (0-1) Headliner: Rook out, Lucas in. Storied quarterback Matteo Rook finally leaves the program, leaving freshman Mike Lucas to take the reigns. His first start will come in Morgantown against a West Virginia team gutted by the draft. It's never favorable for a freshman quarterback to start in hostile territory (see Red Mosher), but Lucas could find solace in how Tucker Dowden carved up the Mountaineers just two weeks prior. With Hunter Crenshaw returning, Lucas has one seasoned veteran in his receiving corp, and running back Reginald Saunders showed that he could be effective both on the ground and as a receiver. Player to Watch: ILB Soldier Brooks. Brooks will be the best player on the field when he steps up, and with the Mountaineers not posing much of a threat in the passing game, they'll be relying on Mohamed Mustafa to power his way through this Virginia defense. Unfortunately, that requires going through Brooks, the 2020 ACC Defensive Freshman of the Year. If Brooks picks up where he left off as expected, West Virginia might not have answers offensively. Prediction: 20-14 . There just seems to be more constants on this Virginia side right now. We know what we're getting from West Virginia because of that opener, but the Cavs return one of the ACC's leading rushers alongside their 2nd-best receiver from a year ago. The question is whether or not Lucas can fit in this offense and keep the train rolling. If that's not answered in this game, the defense should be more than enough to rely on to beat a Mountaineer side in need of a reliable offense themselves. Saturday Evening Football Chestnut Hill, MA - Notre Dame Fighting Irish (0-0) at Boston College Eagles (1-0) Headliner: No Owens, No Problem? The Eagles won comfortably at Houston last week behind a solid offensive effort from JuCo quarterback Miles Carmichael and returning receivers Ricky Cameron and (TE) Manny Ferguson. Eddie Owens also played a part in that, but the receiver had to leave the game with what was later to be diagnosed as moderate hamstring tendonitis, leaving him out of action until at least Week 4 (likely Week 7). Notre Dame provides a stiffer challenge defensively, but can Cameron and Ferguson carry the load for the Eagles and get a rare win in this rivalry? Player to Watch: ILB Darius Butler. With all the talk about the offensive, it seems that Butler has been largely forgotten. The former ACC Freshman of the Year winner faces a challenge in covering Notre Dame tight end Jonas Grover, a likely favorite of quarterback Brendan Lange. The cornerstone of this Eagles' defense, Butler's performance in coverage could determine the degree in which the Irish can move the ball. Prediction: 23-31 . There's a lot to like in this game, but the Eagles' offense, namely Ferguson, might have a field day with this Notre Dame defense. With how leak the Irish are at linebacker (outside of Ruben Cahill) and corner, Ferguson should be an easy target in the middle of the field for Carmichael. Cameron has a semi-advantage in his matchup against free safety-turned-cornerback Richard Madison, with Madison simply being out of his natural position. Both teams have notable differences in their offenses from last year, but we've seen what the new-look Eagles can do, whereas we've yet to see the Irish take the field. It's more a confidence pick in the Eagles' offense. Kalamazoo, MI - Duke Blue Devils (1-0) at Western Michigan Broncos (0-0) Headliner: An important runback. It was this time last year that Duke edged out the Broncos in a tight overtime battle in Durham. That ended up being WMU's only loss before falling to Pittsburgh in the playoffs. This time around, it's Duke that have their eyes on the playoffs, but the Broncos would love to spoil the mood this time around. The Blue Devils looked absolutely unstoppable on offense against East Carolina, but the Broncos are a different animal, moreso on offense than defense. Can Duke go 2-for-2 against the Broncos or will Western Michigan return the favor? Player to Watch: OG David Coon. There's a lot missing from last year's WMU squad, but they still bring to the table two notable defensive tackles in Silas Booker and Rocco Gifford. Bryce Thompson needs time to develop plays, but with two players that can get into the backfield, it's up to Coon and the rest of the interior line to keep them from getting to Thompson. Coon and fellow guard Eli Segura are both young and semi-inexperienced, so playing up to expectations here is critical for the development of this game. Prediction: 38-24 . The Broncos lost too much to the draft on defense, and while the offense has only gotten better, Duke has gotten far better on both sides of the ball. WMU has a good but not great defense, and Thompson, assuming he's given time, is going to expose those holes alongside Christian Collins. It won't be as close as last time, and Duke will start picking up steam in their race for an ACC title.
    2. The college football season is in full swing for most teams in the best damn conference in the land, with all but two teams playing their opening game in the first two weeks of the season. It hasn't been pretty, but the conference is trucking along. With a week to go before conference play, the ACC has to establish themselves in upcoming non-conference games. That said, here is the current lay of the land. 1. Duke Blue Devils (1-0, Prev. N/A, +/-0) It was as straightforward an opening game as it could be for the Blue Devils. Duke went to Charlotte and put a royal beat down on in-state rivals East Carolina in Week 0, beating the Pirates 45-6 behind Bryce Thompson's strong sophomore debut (20/25, 288 yards, 2 TDs). The ground game was as potent as ever, with Thompson and Christian Collins combining for 179 yards with 2 scores apiece. Duke travels to Kalamazoo to take on Western Michigan next week in a runback from last year's overtime thriller in Durham. 2. Boston College Eagles (1-0, Prev. N/A, +/-0) The Eagles' offense has been a talking point this season with JuCo quarterback Miles Carmichael taking the reigns this season. It was worth the wait as the passing game looked incredibly solid against Houston on Saturday evening. The run game, now featuring Jorge Tovar, could use some improvements, but with big-time playmakers in Manny Ferguson and Ricky Cameron both getting 100+ yards this weekend, we're not sure if the run game will be all that pivotal for BC. Notre Dame provides a stiffer challenge this week, and we'll definitely know more about this team based on this game. 3. Clemson Tigers (0-1, Prev. N/A, +/-0) Clemson is usually known for their resilient defense, but Week 0's game against SMU showed that this won't necessarily be the same Clemson we're used to seeing. Yes, they picked off Andre Webb three times, and they weren't completely torn apart by a single receiver, but giving up 300+ yards and 3 touchdowns through the air isn't something we're used to seeing with a Clemson secondary. They remain on bye this week before playing hosts to current top-ranked Auburn. Hopefully Emperor will have this defense sorted out by then. 4. Louisville Cardinals (0-1, Prev. N/A, +/-0) DeSean Dockery picked up right where he left off from last season, running circles around the Buffalo defense to the tune of 150 yards and 3 touchdowns. Harrison Pratt looked average at best however, but when Dockery can do what he did to Buffalo, you only have to look average to win games. The defense made life rough for Blair Holcomb, keeping him to 182 yards on just 14 attempts (60% completion percentage). They'll face a tougher quarterback in Ryan Harris in two weeks; the possibility of a high-scoring affair makes this game enticing. 5. Virginia Tech Hokies (1-0, Prev. N/A, +/-0) The Hokies were never favorites to beat Oklahoma State on Saturday night, but behind a solid offensive performance from new quarterback Beckett Morrison and new running back Julius Whitaker, the Hokies pulled out a strong 33-30 win in Stillwater. The defense wasn't at its best through most of the evening, but a couple of big turnovers and a resolute red-zone defense kept the 'Pokes from running away with the game. There's a lot to be excited for in Blacksburg, but they'll have to wait another two weeks before seeing this team in action against the Seminoles in Tallahassee. 6. Virginia Cavaliers (0-0, Prev. N/A, +/-0) The Cavaliers have yet to play this season, so there's not too much I can say about a team that's going through a slight makeover on offense. They open their season in Morgantown against another team full of changes in West Virginia. Virginia likely won't be able to take apart West Virginia's defense the same way that Missouri did, but the Cavs do have an advantage in that they have game tape on 2021 West Virginia. The Mountaineers do not have game tape on 2021 Virginia. 7. Pittsburgh Panthers (0-1, Prev. N/A, +/-0) A Week 0 loss to the 2-time defending champs was expected for Pittsburgh, who were clearly going to experience growing pains under a new offense. Without Grant McConnell, Adam Coles, or Samuel Ritter carrying the offense, the Panthers were unable to muster any sort of offense to help out a defense that performed valiantly. After having this week off, the Panthers play another in-state rival in Temple, and hopefully TheLiberator will have his offense ready to go for the cross-state trip to Philadelphia. 8. Florida State Seminoles (0-1, Prev. N/A, +/-0) In what I felt was one of the worst losses for the conference in these opening weeks, the Seminoles looked flustered against an Air Force team that lost their best player. Florida State had no answer for Xavier Valentine on the ground, and the offense, led by first-time starting quarterback Red Mosher, looked anemic at times. Nate Wooten was somewhat effective on the ground but gave up a fumble for his troubles. To top it all off, Wyatt Cornett, Florida State's second-best receiver from a year ago (behind first-round draftee Luke Cobb), suffered a severe ankle sprain that will keep him out of action for the upcoming Kentucky game. It's not the same one-dimensional offense that struggled to win games last year, but they'll need to find answers is they're to have any dimension to this offense. 9. Miami (FL) Hurricanes (0-0, Prev. N/A, +/-0) The Hurricanes appear to have more upside this year as the effects of progress on the recruiting trail are going to be felt. While they're not expected to come close to their 2018 form, they'll be expected to perform better than they have these past two seasons. They open with Boise State on Thursday in what should be a good indication of how the Hurricanes should look this year. 10. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (1-0, Prev. N/A, +/-0) The Demon Deacons redshirted a lot of their veteran players last season, but they played as if they hadn't missed a season in a dismantling of UTEP on Friday. Kyle Palmer went off for 140 yards and 3 touchdowns, and new quarterback James Betts looked highly efficient throwing to Deshaun Pickens and Jacob Benson. The defense looked good in spurts, namely in bringing down Darnell Prince on three separate occasions, but it will have to improve when they take on Evan Grant and Georgia State in two weeks. 11. Syracuse Orange (0-1, Prev. N/A, +/-0) Losing most of their defensive talent was always going to hurt Syracuse, but losing to Colorado State was probably not in the plans for what looked to be a rebuilding year. After losing two secondary players to the draft, the Orange gave up 257 yards in the air, including 125 on 10 receptions to Rams' receiver Brian Engle. The offense struggled to move the ball at all, but especially struggled in getting the ball into the red zone, ending drives inside the opponents' 35-yard line on three separate occasions. The Orange play UConn this Friday, where they'll be expected to win, which isn't something we'll find ourselves saying about this team often. 12. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (1-0, Prev. N/A, +/-0) The Yellow Jackets survived El Chacko Loco, holding off the Bison in a 34-31 win in Atlanta despite giving up nearly 400 yards in the air. Josh Beckett looked like his freshman self in throwing for 400 yards and 4 touchdowns, but the lack of a run game might come back to bite this offense much like it did last year. The secondary is especially weak, as North Dakota State showcased with two 100-yard receivers. The Yellow Jackets take on Louisiana-Lafayette in two weeks in what should be an easier challenge. 13. North Carolina State Wolfpack (0-1, Prev. N/A, +/-0) This performance could really be summed up by the offensive line performance, but that would be an injustice to the rest of the game. For as bad as the OL was, the offense wasn't nearly as awful as it looked last season, although quarterback play still needs an improvement. The defense had its moments but notably underperformed against Washington's best receivers, but the Huskies' run game was held in check, and the defense was able to end three drives in the red zone. The Wolfpack take on what should be an easier opponent in East Carolina next week, needing a win to boost morale. 14. North Carolina Tar Heels (0-1, Prev. N/A, +/-0) There was no surprise that UNC would be in this position going in to the year. What likely is surprising is how tough they played LSU in Baton Rouge. While the offense was ineffective at best against the Tigers, the defense held their own, holding LSU to 82 yards on the ground. Sebastian Norwood looked decent but not great in his first start at QB, but without a ground game to play off of, there's no denying that Norwood isn't going to be able to win games with his arm. The Heels play another ranked team in Nebraska this week, hoping for some offensive improvement at home.
    3. [2021] Bottom Ten Power Rankings: Week 1

      Don't be so pessimistic! Nevada won't have their starting quarterback!
    4. [2021] Bottom Ten Power Rankings: Week 1

      At least this line has some upside. I was referring to Charlotte's but this works just as well
    5. [2021] Bottom Ten Power Rankings: Week 1

      I wish so too but I ultimately put it up to a site vote. It was close but our option just missed out
    6. [2021] Bottom Ten Power Rankings: Week 1

      Loser is guaranteed in the Bottom Ten
    7. [2021] Bottom Ten Power Rankings: Week 1

      Sometimes in life, you have to learn to embrace the suck. Every team wants its fair share of fame and glory, winning trophies and becoming household names. Here's a chance for the little guys to get just that, if by trophies you mean a leather boot or something, and if by household names, you mean on the tip of everyone's tongue when "The Bottom 10" is brought up in conversation. Yes, this is truly the best of the best worst of the worst; a truly magical place where the forgettable 1-2 win teams can finally be remembered. Our Week 1 list is sponsored by Paul Davenport Fund, whose sole purpose is to provide the Giants with enough money to end the Davenport holdout. Also included in our sponsors is, as always, Imposter Studios. Now on to our coveted list. *Disclaimer: this list is all satire and not meant to call coaches out for being bad or to hop on the circle jerk against people. This is my list simply to poke fun at teams for either being bad or for having very questionable results. 1. Charlotte 0-and-1ers (0-1) I found myself amongst a crowd of Charlotte fans while studying for finals. As it turns out, they were just waiting for the Hornets' game to come on, but they all gasped when offensive tackle Elliot Doss went down with a "notable" injury. I looked over to see a few shrugs and hear a few groans, but a certain fan approached me and asked a very eye-opening question. "Where would we be without Billings?" Well, I can tell you that you guys are losing to App State with Billings, so I don't want you to think about where you'd be without him. But hey, I heard the Giants are looking for a quarterback, Chris. At least they have an offensive line to protect you! 2. South Alabama Baguars (0-1) There weren't many disastrous results in these opening weeks, but something tells me that the people of Mobile, Alabama and Columbia, South Carolina have a thing for the antichrist. Whereas the Gamecocks found pleasure in taking a stick to the new kids in the South, the Baguars found immense pleasure in sacrificing their possession to appease their god, which at this point might be Khan, the three-year old jaguar located in Birmingham. 3. UMess Minutemen (0-1) They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks. The mighty offense of UMess tried to ignore that saying, switching up offensive schemes from the smashmouth-like style from a year ago to a more air raid-like style to open this season. Unsurprisingly, UMess continued to look like a mess, turning the ball over a stunning four times as those pesky Wolf Pack out of Reno ran away in their home opener. Look on the bright side UMess! You might've affected their game against Troy next week. That's a win, right? 4. Liberty Flamed Out (0-1) It's not often that I complement a new team for a performance. After all, Liberty was expected to get blown out in most of their games this year. Through the first quarter, they were looking legit enough to possibly win a game or two. Then came the dreaded second quarter, where the offensive line lived up to the team name and flamed out. It was truly a sight to behold; it was so mesmerizing that I just had to include Liberty on here. 5. UNLV Reb-Ls (0-1) Noel Minor was a major part of whatever this team called an offense. His departure last season left the Reb-Ls with the classy Emmanuel Turner-Darby, giving UNLV a goal to meet in every game. If the Reb-Ls can score more points than Turner-Darby has names, they can consider that game a moral victory. So really they should be 1-0 after doubling that count against BYU, yes? 6. UAB Blamers (0-1) Similarly to the Reb-Ls, the Blamers also brought in a three-named player to run the offense, this time in radioactive quarterback Elijah Currie-Madison, who also happens to be majoring in chemistry at the university. After watching Currie-Madison and the Lamers struggle early and often to keep up with Oregon State, I had to ask myself why Currie-Madison doesn't make radioactive spiders or something and help his team figure out how to play football. Then I realized that movies don't define real life and I should stick to watching football. Then I realized that football wasn't being played in this game. 7. Tulame (0-1) The Green Wave of Tulame had to make the short-ish trip to Houston to play the Rice Owls this weekend. I've heard from my always-reliable sources in New Orleans that Tulame likes to enter the stadium on actual waves, which is pretty sweet in theory. Unfortunately, you can lose stuff in the waves if you're not careful, and Tulame just happened to lose their entire defense before stepping on to the field. 8. Boys of Troy (0-1) People stressed their concern about this list being full of Sun Belt teams. I'm not that much of a hater, but I had to select the Boys of Troy Trojans after losing arguably the most winnable game on their schedule in ULM, and in overtime nonetheless. Fear not, Boys of Troy. The people of CFBHC are already circling the Bottom Ten Game of the Year in Week 12, when your Boys of Troy travel to Amherst to take on might UMess. 9. FA-Yew Fighting Randys (0-1) It sucks to end up on here because your coach left you for a better team right before the opening of the season. It's like a bad breakup from your end while your partner really couldn't care less after only being there for a season. They may have been winners on the recruiting trail last year, but it's still going to take a while for that to show on the field, so we're gonna get to see the FA-Yew of old for a long time, assuming they don't find a coach somehow. FA-Yew was never going to be great, but surely they wouldn't have lost to Utah State if randy was there, right? Right?! 10. South Flawrida (0-1) The Bulls of South Flawrida recruited the help of Wile E. Coyote after losing a lot of talent from their 11-win season last year. The traps they set for the UTSA Roadrunners were about as effective as they were when Mr. Coyote deployed them against Road Runner. For anyone without a sense of culture, this means that UTSA pretty much avoided these traps en route to a victory over South Flawrida. Needless to say, USF should probably get rid of Mr. Coyote if they expect to win games they're supposed to win this year. Honorable Mentions: Cincinnati Bearcats Redhawks (0-1), O-1DU (0-1), Tulsa Golden HurriCanes (0-1), State of Kent (0-1), Build-An-OLineTM (0-1) Editor's Note: Let me know what you think in the comments and what I can improve on when it comes to these. I'm always looking to improve the media I put out!
    8. [2021] Key CFBHC Injuries (Week 2)

      QB Ryder Shipman - Moderate Thumb Fracture Shipman was reported to have fractured his thumb when his hand collided with the helmet of an Iowa pass rusher late in the third quarter. Despite playing through to the end in the victory over the Hawkeyes, Shipman will be ruled out of action until Week 5, missing key SEC West clashes against top-ranked Auburn and currently sixth-ranked LSU before returning against unranked Boston College. Junior quarterback Lucas Varner will assume the starting role for the 24th-ranked Bulldogs in this pivotal two-game stretch.
    9. Agreed. Dropping them a spot or two is fine, but dropping them seven spots is a little extreme...
    10. [2021] Week 1 Headlines

      W Doesn't Stand for Wideout Jamaal Brown-Sanderson cuts past a Washington defensive back to score his first receiving touchdown of the year. Saints edge Washington in season-opener, lose yet another receiver to injury
    11. [2021] Week #1 - 4 PM

      Check the GroupMe. He's not out for the year thankfully
    12. [2021] Week #1 - 4 PM

      FUCK YOU PIPE I JUST WANT A HEALTHY NON-JENKINS RECEIVER ggs Washington. Bowman has some promise
    13. [2021] Week #1 - Saturday Morning

      Jacob....are you okay?