Coming in at number 9 on our toughest places to play countdown is Camp Randall Stadium, home of the Wisconsin Badgers. Camp Randall holds 80,321 and is extremely loud. The loudest time is during the "Jump Around" tradition in between the 3rd and 4th quarter when all the fans jump around to the song "Jump Around." The Badgers always have great home field advantage.
Former V-Tech QB Josh Jackson announced that he would be transferring to Maryland. He will be immediately eligible and will have 2 years left to play. Will Maryland be bowl eligible in Mike Locksley's first year as HC?
Here are our TEU rankings: 1. Miami as TEU Jimmy Graham, Chris Herndon, David Njoku, Greg Olsen, Clive Walford, Jeremy Shockey, Kellen Winslow Jr. 2. Notre Dame Kyle Rudolph, Tyler Eifert, Ben Koyack, Durham Smythe, John Carlson, Anthony Fasano, Alize Mack. 3. Iowa George Kittle, Dallas Clark, Scott Chandler, Tony Moeaki, Brandon Myers, Noah Fant, T.J. Hockenson. 4. Tennessee Jason Witten, Jason Croom, Alex Ellis, Luke Stocker, Mychal Rivera, David Martin. 5. Stanford Zach Ertz, Ryan Hewitt, Austin Hooper, Dalton Schultz, Levine Toilolo, Kaden Smith. This is based off current, recent, and future NFL tight ends from these schools. What would you change? ⬇️
Big 10 win predictions for 2019: East: Ohio State ➖ Michigan ⬆️ Penn State ⬆️ Michigan State ⬆️ Maryland ➖ Indiana ⬇️ Rutgers ⬆️ West: Northwestern ⬇️ Iowa ⬇️ Wisconsin ➖ Purdue ⬆️⬆️ Minnesota ➖ Nebraska ⬆️⬆️ Illinois ⬇️ This is not the Big 10 standings prediction. It is predicting how many wins these teams will earn in 2019. A double arrow (⬆️⬆️) indicates a big jump in wins (or losses). What do y'all think?
Here are our LBU rankings: 1. Miami Ray Lewis, Jonathan Vilma, Thurston Ambrister, Ray-Ray Armstrong, Anthony Chickillo, Ufomba Kamalu, Denzel Perryman, Olivier Vernon. 2. USC Clay Matthews, Brian Cushing, Devon Kennard, Uchenna Nwosu, Nick Perry, Hayes Pullard, Malcom Smith, Cameron Smith. 3. Georgia Thomas Davis, Lorenzo Carter, Leonard Floyd, Justin Houston, Jordan Jenkins, Alec Ogletree, Roquan Smith, Ramik Wilson, D'Andre Walker. 4. Alabama CJ Mosely, Dont'a Hightower, Ryan Anderson, Rashaan Evans, Shaun Dion Hamilton, Reggie Ragland, Tim Williams, Reuben Foster, Mack Wilson, Christian Miller. 5. LSU Bradie James, Kwon Alexander, Deion Jones, Barkevious Mingo, Kevin Minter, Duke Riley, Kelvin Sheppard, Devin White. This is based off current, recent, and future NFL linebackers from these schools. What would you change?
Big 12 win predictions for 2019: Oklahoma ⬇️ Texas ⬆️ West Virginia ⬇️ Iowa State ➖ Baylor ⬆️ TCU ⬇️ Oklahoma State ➖ Texas Tech ⬇️ Kansas State ➖ Kansas ⬆️ This is not a prediction of the Big 12 standings. It is a prediction of the number of wins these teams will have compared to 2018. What do y'all think? What would you change?
Here are our DBU rankings: 1. LSU as DBU Patrick Peterson, Morris Claiborne, Donte Jackson, Jalen Mills, Rashad Robinson, Kevin Toliver, Tre'Davious White, Jamal Adams, Rickey Jefferson, Ronald Martin, Tyrann Mathieu, Eric Reid, Greedy Williams. 2. Alabama Landon Collins, Anthony Averett, Tony Brown, Marlon Humphrey, Cyrus Jones, Dre Kirkpatrick, Levi Wallace, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Ronnie Harrison, Eddie Jackson, Kareem Jackson, Mark Barron, Deionte Thompson, Saivion Smith. 3. Ohio State Malcom Jenkins, Eli Apple, Gareon Conley, Marshon Lattimore, Bradley Roby, Denzel Ward, Vonn Bell, Kurt Coleman, Nate Ebner, Malik Hooker, Tyvis Powell. 4. Florida State Jalen Ramsey, Ronald Darby, Javien Elliot, Xavier Rhodes, Patrick Robinson, P.J. Williams, Terrence Brooks, Derwin James, Lamarcus Joyner, Trey Marshall. 5. Florida Reggie Nelson, Duke Dawson Jr., Quinton Dunbar, Joe Haden, Vernon Hargreaves, Brian Poole, Teez Tabor, Quincy Wilson, Marcell Harris, Marcus Maye, Keanu Neal, Jaylen Watkins, Janoris Jenkins, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson. These rankings are based off current, recent, and future NFL players from these schools and their relative success. Do you agree or disagree? Who did we miss? ----- Checkout our T-shirts! Only $15. Link in bio.