NCAA Football Odds Rumors And News Around Campus
It doesn’t look like the Houston Cougars or their College Football betting fans have a lot of respect for the SMU football program. Houston is 4-0 under new head coach Tom Herman, and the Mustangs are only 1-4. This week, the Cougars taped SMU jerseys to the football facility floor so that the Cougar players could tread on them all week. It will be interesting to see how this motivates SMU once they find out about it.
Here are the Top NCAA Football Odds Rumors And News Around Campus
Dont worry guys, we have a 6th string QB. PLUS if we put a lineman in as QB at least they may last more than a play http://t.co/NlmGNfTMdB
— Tyler Bowen (@TylerBowen5) October 7, 2015
You might feel sorry for your team if your starting quarterback goes down to injury. However, Kansas State almost certainly has it worse than your favorite team, as their first four quarterbacks are out. Two are down with knee injuries, another is in the concussion protocol, and the #4 guy has mononucleosis. Last week, wide receiver Kody Cook appeared at quarterback – and almost led the Jayhawks to an upset against Oklahoma State. The quarterback in the concussion protocol (Joe Hubener) should be cleared to play this week, but he has defensive tackle Will Geary half-jokingly volunteering to practice as the seventh string quarterback. Center Dalton Risner has volunteered to “help” as well.
Hey Cowart, Learn To Live With Your Life Choices
Back on Signing Day 2015, Byron Cowart, a five-star recruit at defensive end, signed with Auburn over Florida. However, it looked like in training camp in August that he wasn’t having much fun. Now, Florida is 5-0, and Auburn is just 3-2. Cowart tweeted this photo out on Sunday night. He quickly deleted it, but we know how well that works, right?
Clemson’s Mike Williams Most Probably Done For The Season
Back in September, Clemson star wideout Mike Williams ran into the goalpost on a touchdown catch against cupcake opponent Wofford. At the time, head coach Dabo Swinney said he really didn’t know when Williams would be back. Now, co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott has said that he does not anticipate Williams returning this year, at least during the regular season. It turns out that the collision caused a neck fracture.
The Bulldogs Wanted Glory vs. Alabama, They Got Scraps
The Georgia Bulldogs had visions of SEC grandeur when Alabama came to play between the hedges last week, but they saw their hopes go down in a Crimson Tide rout. Quarterback Greyson Lambert played a part in the Bulldogs’ collapse in that 38-10 debacle. He went only 10 for 24, for 86 yards and an interception. Backup Brice Ramsey came in but didn’t do much better, going just 1 for 6 for 20 yards and two interceptions of his own. Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said this week that the quarterback plan will be the same this week, with Lambert starting and Ramsey getting some playing time.
Texas is Losing But You Can’t Leave Now
The University of Texas has suffered three awful losses in a row, the first two thanks to last-minute special teams gaffes and the third in a rout at the hands of TCU. At halftime of the TCU game, Texas cornerback Kris Boyd retweeted a message urging him to transfer to Texas A&M, and there was a Twitter war between junior safety Dylan Haines and some of the younger Longhorns. Quarterback Jerrod Heard just attributes it all to boredom. We’ll see what the Longhorns come up this week against Oklahoma.