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The Saturday Edge 2015 College Football Podcast – ...

Here is The Saturday Edge’s 2015 College Football handicapping podcast covering the Big 12 & Pac 12. SabertStxVii, Pezgordo and GoSooners discuss the teams from each conference, who are the likely favorites and who will surprise and disappoint.   You can subscribe to TSE Podcast on iTunes. If you have any questions or comments please leave us a message below. Thanks. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO PODCAST  ...

2015 Big 12 Football – Contenders & Pre...

Predicting the 2015 Big 12 football programs –especially the top-tier teams– seems pretty straight forward at first glance. While the battle for Big 12 spremacy is expected to be comprised of a “three-headed race,” I’m peaking beyond the conventional outlier of the components and searching for some hidden value, as we attempt to sort out those who belong, and those that appear fraudulent.  ...

Baylor Football 2015 – Better, worse or abou...

BAYLOR OFFENSE Obviously losing Bryce Petty and Antwan Goodley is significant but the Bears return 8 starters and a ton of production from a team that led the nation with 48.2 points per game and 581 yards per game. Corey Coleman and KD Cannon headline the returnees as the only returning WR duo in college football that each had 1,000 yards receiving in 2014. Jay Lee will start the year as the third WR but the Bears have a...

Virginia Tech & Iowa State Football 2015 R...

VIRGINIA TECH OFFENSE I expect Michael Brewer to again be the QB in 2015, and all indications are that he could develop in his second year as a starter.   Brewer will be playing behind a huge offensive line, but they will be less experienced after losing three players who started all 13 games last year. The Hokies have a stable of six running backs.  But they have no idea what the depth chart looks like. Trey Edmunds and JC...

West Virginia Football 2015 – Better, worse or abo...

WEST VIRGINIA OFFENSE The WVU offense will likely begin the season as slightly worse, but look for it to end the season the same or better.  The obvious reasons for an initial downtick are the losses of wide receivers Kevin White, the number 7 pick in this years NFL draft, and Mario Alford (NFL 7th round selection). Less obvious, but also of large importance, are the losses of two starting offensive lineman in Mark Glowinski...

Kansas Football 2015 – Better, worse or about the ...

KANSAS OFFENSE The Kansas offense was dreadful last year, ranking 117th in the S&P rating. Despite losing projected starting QB Michael Cummings to a knee injury in the spring game, and despite every single experienced receiver from 2014 either graduating or leaving, expect this offense to look slightly better in 2015. A lot of the Jayhawks’ offensive issues in the past few years were due to Charlie Weis’...

Texas Football 2015 – Better, worse or about the s...

OFFENSE Better The quarterbacks will have significantly more experience this season, and both guys will go into the opener expecting to play substantial minutes for the first time in their collegiate careers. An Ohio State-styled power spread system fits both Tyrone Swoopes (Cardale Jones similarities) and Jerrod Heard (Trevone Boykin with a far weaker arm) vastly better than the 2-TE West Coast timing route offense from...

Texas Tech Football 2015 – Better, worse or about ...

Texas Tech offense: better, worse or about the same? Why? The offense should be better as long as quarterback Patrick Mahomes progresses like they think he’ll progress, then the offense is going to be significantly better.  The big problem with the offense last year was turnovers, largely too many interceptions from Davis Webb, and all the pieces are in place for an offensive unit that returns all but one starter at...

Oklahoma State Football 2015 – Better, worse or ab...

Oklahoma State offense: better, worse or about the same? Why? For anyone who watched Oklahoma State last season, this is not a serious question… The offense should be demonstrably better in 2o15, and all the credit will go to Sophomore QB Mason Rudolph and the offensive line. Rudolph’s burned redshirt should turn out to be a worthwhile sacrifice, as excitement around the program is about as high as it was prior...

TCU Football 2015 – Better, worse or about the sam...

TCU offense: better, worse or about the same (as last year)? Why? Barring injuries of course, I think that the TCU offense this year could be the best one in school history by just about any measure you’d care to name- which means yes, I think it’s going to be better.   The Frogs return 9 of their starters on the offensive side (Some sites won’t count the departing B.J. Catalon as a starter, which would...
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