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bullsfan1983

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About bullsfan1983

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  1. Worth a flyer. Transfers rarely amount to their high school projections. I’d imagine two time transfers even less so. Can’t hurt to have another QB on the roster. It will be an uphill climb for him to start this year after missing all spring.
  2. bullsfan1983

    So You’re Saying There is a Chance...

    Assume this is for the CFP national champion and not a mythical proclaimed championship. In that case it is a suckers bet to bet on any team outside of the P5.
  3. bullsfan1983

    Baseball Polls

    ECU, UConn, and USF are solidly in. Houston and UCF are probably in if season ended now with their good wins and UCF RPI up to 37. Wichita has great RPI but 5-10 in conference probably leaves them out.
  4. bullsfan1983

    NFL Draft by Conference

    You are correct.
  5. bullsfan1983

    Can we schedule FSU in 2020?

    They will fill with their yearly FCS. Florida is now scheduling 2 FCS opponents per year.
  6. bullsfan1983

    ESPN: USF 4th best chance to win the AAC

    Looking back at the original rankings. So Texas Tech, Arizona, and UCLA are better than any team in the American. Despite all these teams losing to American teams last year. Baylor is 9 spots higher than the top American team. They were 1-11 in 2017 with a lone win over a Kansas team that has 1 FBS victory since 2014. Heck, Kansas is actually ranked over teams like SMU who would probably be double digit favorites in a head to head. Not sure who compiles this ranking or what the inputs are, but they seem highly questionable.
  7. bullsfan1983

    ESPN: USF 4th best chance to win the AAC

    The FPI is basically garbage. Duke ranked 20-40 spots ahead of 3 ranked AAC teams. I don’t even know what they base 2018 numbers on before a game is played. Recruiting?
  8. bullsfan1983

    Bulls Win Wire-to-Wire in Memphis, 75-51

    2 of them https://www.sbnation.com/2018/2/20/17032600/louisville-vacated-national-championship-ucf
  9. bullsfan1983

    Gotta love CFU

    Arkansas was curbstomped by a .500 Sun Belt team but would be competing for top 3 in the AAC. I love it.
  10. bullsfan1983

    Gotta love CFU

    Based on common sense.
  11. bullsfan1983

    Gotta love CFU

    Yeah playing in the SEC championship and/or playoff/peach bowl did bump their ranking up but still 11 of the 14 teams in the SEC (including Alabama) has sechedules ranked outside the top 35. There are 13 other teams in the SEC and they play 8 conference games so there is no guarantee of a tough schedule in a year where only 5 teams are any good. My point seemed pretty obvious, but I’ll explain further. Some teams that played “SEC schedules” had worse strength of schedules than UCF. They didn’t go undefeated. SEC east was the 9th toughest division in football. Followed (narrowly) by the AAC West. 2 of the 3 teams you mentioned (plus Arkansas) are the only SEC teams that played very difficult schedules. This isn’t a typical year. Florida, Tennessee, and Arkansas were all looking for coaches. Vandy sucked. Missouri, TAMU, and Kentucky got fat on weak OoC schedules to barely get bowl eligible. Outside of the 3 you mention, the SEC was nothing special.
  12. bullsfan1983

    Gotta love CFU

    Are we the groupies?
  13. bullsfan1983

    Gotta love CFU

    That’s basically the American with UCF and Navy replacing Louisville and TCU.
  14. bullsfan1983

    Gotta love CFU

    So “common sense”. Like I figured. So Missouri playing in the SEC and having a weaker schedule than UCF in Sagarin doesn’t matter because of common sense?
  15. bullsfan1983

    Gotta love CFU

    Is the non biased assessment something like Sagarin which shows Missouri played a weaker schedule than UCF or is it some sort of “eye test”?
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