Another day full of buffet goodness:
- Art Briles says Baylor’s non-conference schedule had “zero impact” on his team not making the CFP last season. He’s right, in that had Baylor not lost to West Virginia, it would have been in. He’s wrong in that the non-conference schedule left Baylor with zero margin for error.
- What do you get when some economics professors rank the intensity of college football rivalries? This: “Within a conference, the most intense two-way rivalry was between Central Michigan and Western Michigan…” You might want to think about tweaking your measurements, fellas.
- If Natrez Patrick stays at inside linebacker, at ten or so pounds heavier than Alec Ogletree, he’d be the biggest player ever to suit up at the position under Richt.
- Nick Saban wants to be clear about satellite camps. He’s agin’ ’em. And you don’t want to offend Alabama on the recruiting front, people.
- So, there was an inside guy on the Winston crab legs heist? Steve Spurrier’s gonna have to come up with a new nickname for FSU, methinks.
- It’s only April and the 2015 watch lists for awards march has started. Wake me when it’s over.
- It looks like Georgia Tech has landed its B-back for this season.
- Year2 discusses the case for Nick Chubb’s Heisman possibilities.