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Washington 2014 Spring Football Wrap Up

Washington 2014 Spring Football Wrap Up. Strengths & question marks coming out of spring With new head man Chris Petersen, an entirely new coaching staff and new schemes on both sides of the ball, I’d say spring football was an almost entirely basic affair. A tremendous focus on fundamentals, down to things as small as the proper way for the QB’s to fall on the ball after a fumble or bobbled snap. So by and large, the...

Stanford 2014 Spring Football Wrap Up

Stanford 2014 Spring Football Wrap Up Strengths & question marks coming out of spring Defense is still clearly Stanford’s strong suit. Despite losing Trent Murphy, Ben Gardner, and Josh Mauro, this team is still sturdy up front. They can rush the quarterback, and their defensive line plays with great hunger thanks to Henry Anderson, David Parry, and Blake Lueders. Offensively, the team must replace four of five...

Arizona 2014 Spring Football Wrap Up

Arizona 2014 Spring Football Wrap Up. Strengths & question marks coming out of spring The biggest strength is definitely the group of wide receivers the Wildcats have this year. They’ll be led by a couple of transfers Cayleb Jones and DaVonte’ Neal, as well as Austin Hill, who missed the 2013 season due to an ACL injury he suffered last spring. But the WRs easily go eight-deep, with a wide variety of body...

2014 PAC 12 Totals – Look to go OVER like RO...

2013 was a great year for college football in the PAC 12. The conference sent 9 teams to bowl games and came away with a 6-3 bowl record. The conference was as deep as it’s ever been in 2013 and a record six teams ended up ranked in the final Associated Press poll. Top to bottom it was arguably the best conference in the country. The conference has always been known for its high flying offenses and NFL caliber...

The 2013 Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl Preview

In one of the more interesting non-BCS bowls of the season, Fresno State and Southern California will square off in the Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl. The Trojans will be coached by an interim-interim head coach, Clay Helton. Helton is USC’s third coach of the 2013 season after Lane Kiffin was fired to start the year and interim coach Ed Orgeron turned in his resignation after being passed over for the permanent job. Helton...

In Game Focus: A Week Three Shootout (Oregon State...

Two potent offenses matched against two suspect defenses promise the kind of back and forth scenario that lends itself to in-game opportunities. If Oregon State would happen to get off early I’d be especially drawn in because Oregon State’s issue with offensive line depth will bias me toward Utah over the game’s last 6:00. Oregon State at Utah in-game Strategy So my strategy for this one is simple....

For your consideration: Washington -3.5

Football is here and if you think waiting 234 days for the next College football game was frustrating, just think how it must have felt for the Washington Huskies. Not only did they lose their last regular season game in OT, to their sub-par bitter-rival, Washington State. They then added insult to injury by losing to Boise State on a last minute field goal in the Las Vegas Bowl. But this year could be very different.  With...

Sneak Peek – 2013 College Football Betting P...

Our PAC 12 and Big Ten Betting Prospectuses are now available. Here are a few samples for you guys to take a look at. I hope you enjoy them and please let us know what you think in the comments section below.     Washington Betting Prospectus   Purdue Betting Prospectus   Ole Miss Betting Prospectus   The purchase price for each prospectus is $4.99 (FREE for Premium Subscribers) and we are so...

Saturday Edge Podcast – 2013 PAC 12 Outlook

The college football season is fast approaching and this week Tim Tolman (Pezgordo) and I talk about all things PAC 12. What to look for from the conference  this year, who will be some of the surprise teams and we discuss each week one game involving a PAC 12 team. If you have any questions or comments please leave us a message below. Thanks.    ...

USC Question Marks Heading into Fall

There’s no getting around the awful year USC had in 2012. After an impressive 2011 campaign, the Trojans took several steps back last year. The poor 2012 called for drastic changes and Kiffin has brought in a whole new staff, including a new defensive coordinator. The Trojans are loaded with talent, but this is nothing new. Many of these players will be first-year guys expected to make an immediate contribution. Most...