Small sample size, I know, but this was another interesting development from Week One:
No doubt some of that can be chalked up to typical opening week sloppiness, but you have to wonder if more than a few fault lines were opened up. In any event, if the second-year effect is all that (and, for what it’s worth, I do tend to give that credence), that set of results sure didn’t show it.
5 responses to “Second-year bump got bumped.”
Tennessee apologists are saying Pruitt doesn’t have any players, but I tend to think it’s because he’s a terrible head coach.
The guy doesn’t seem to know /anything/ about anything other than football, but sometimes people still want to pick something off the Saban tree, even if it’s not any good.
The players I saw on D continue to make my jaw drop open and not in a good way. They looked like they didn’t give a shit, not from being substandard players, but from substandard play.
Maybe Pruitt will start a behind-the-scenes campaign to dump the a.d. That worked so well before…
So Dan Mullen lost to Miami by 4 points? What alternate universe did that happen in 2019?
This was against the spread (ATS).
It has nothing to do with who actually won or lost the game.