In partnership with CBSSports.com
Online Now 540
Online now 544 Record: 5026 (1/15/2014)
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
Gators are at 25-1 odds to win the BCS title, and here's what Feldman has to say about Florida, which he sees as the second-best bet right now.
2. Florida (25-1): Yes, the Gators are coming off a clunker of a showing in the Sugar Bowl against Louisville, but they have a budding star in dual-threat QB Jeff Driskel, a good O-line and lots of speed on defense. They do need to have a go-to guy emerge at receiver and having some key guys to replace up the middle of their defense, but by all accounts Will Muschamp has recruited very well. As for the schedule, they have to visit an improved Miami team in Week Two; play at LSU and at South Carolina, along with the game against Georgia before closing at home with Florida State. Not to mention a possible SEC title game. Those are some high hurdles, but at 25-1, the Gators are worth a long look.
With the NCAA basketball tourney in full swing, it's interesting to look at how some of these longshots, especially Florida Gulf Coast --a 1,000-to-1 shot just to win its region a week ago -- have done. In the same spirit, let's take a look at some of the juicier team odds to win the 2014 BCS title.
Staff reporter. Twitter: www.twitter.com/Goldkamp247 | Facebook: www.facebook.com/swamp247
We have the pieces, and no team is without weakness. If our passing game is in the 50-65 range, and the running game and defense is as strong as it looks, we have a great shot. Our staff is very confident, and we're a very tough minded, and physical team. I love being tough and physical, and if we can add some explosion on O then we have as good a chance as anybody. I really think the world of Muschamp. I'd go to war with him as my General.
I put $20 on them last weekend in Vegas, but by the time I bet (Sunday) the odds had moved to 17-1
He works for CBS now?? Damn. ESPN has lost most of their best college writers.
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports