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Thread: A Sneak Peek At CFB 2018 News/Views/Highlights !

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    Default A Sneak Peek At CFB 2018 News/Views/Highlights !

    Handicapping Texas A&M (7)
    May 17, 2018

    The Texas A&M Aggies will have a new look in 2018, as former Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher takes over. Fisher has his work cut out for him as he tries to get the Aggies into contention in an SEC West that includes Alabama and Auburn.

    The Aggies have a schedule this season that will make it difficult for Fisher to get Texas A&M into a major bowl, but the Aggies should have a winning season.

    Letís look at the win total and the schedule for the 2018 Texas A&M Aggies.

    SEC Win Totals

    Texas A&M 2018 Regular Season Win Total
    Over 7 (-120)
    Under 7 (-110)

    The Aggies will play nine games in the state of Texas this season, so they will have a chance to win at least seven games this season. Whether or not they can win eight games will be decided by how they fare on the road. The Aggies have two very difficult road games against Alabama and Auburn.

    2018 Texas A&M Schedule Analysis

    Aug. 30 vs. Northwestern State

    The season opener for the Aggies is an easy one, as Northwestern State went 4-7 last season. This game is a good chance for Fisher to get everyone on the same page before next weekís huge game against Clemson.

    Sept. 8 vs. Clemson

    The question for this game is whether or not Fisher will have his system fully in place and the players ready to go. The Tigers have turned into a national power and they should be road favorites in this contest.

    Sept. 15 vs. ULM

    The Aggies should have no trouble in this one, as ULM is not a team that is going to go into College Station and win.

    Sept. 22 at Alabama

    The first road game for Fisher is at Tuscaloosa and it is almost surely a loss, as the Crimson Tide are considered national title contenders. Fisher has faced his former boss, Nick Saban just once, and it was last year when Alabama beat FSU 24-7.

    Sept. 29 vs. Arkansas

    This game will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It will be a big game for Fisher, as we assume that A&M will be coming off a loss to Alabama. The Aggies have won their last six against Arkansas.

    Oct. 6 vs. Kentucky

    This should be a home win for the Aggies, but Kentucky is not a complete pushover, as they went 4-4 in the SEC last season. Surprisingly, A&M and Kentucky have not met since 1953.

    Oct. 13 at South Carolina

    This game could decide whether or not A&M has a chance to win eight games this season. The Gamecocks are a tough team at home under head coach Will Muschamp and they are very capable of beating the Aggies.

    Oct. 27 vs. Mississippi State

    The Bulldogs have a new head coach in Joe Moorhead and he may have his team ready to roll by the middle of the season. The Aggies defense will have to be ready for a high-powered Mississippi State offense. These teams have split their last six meetings.

    Nov. 3 at Auburn

    The Tigers are considered one of the top teams in the country and they routed A&M in College Station last year. There is no real reason to think Texas A&M has enough to go into Auburn and win.

    Nov. 10 vs. Mississippi

    The Aggies should be able to win this one against the Rebels if they avoid a letdown after playing at Auburn.

    Nov. 17 vs. UAB

    The Aggies should not have too much trouble against a UAB team that doesnít have enough talent to win on the road against a good SEC team.

    Nov. 24 vs. LSU

    The Aggies have lost their last seven games against LSU, so Fisher will be very motivated to end that streak.

    2018 Texas A&M Aggies Win Total Prediction

    The Aggies have five games that look like sure wins and three that look like sure losses. Their season win total comes down to the other four games. If they go 2-2 against Arkansas, South Carolina, Mississippi State and LSU they will win seven games. If they go 3-1 or 4-0 they will win eight or nine games and go over the total. The only way they win less than seven games is if they lose three of those four. Fisher has done nothing but win in his career and it is hard to see him having a losing record in his first season with the Aggies. That means Texas A&M will win at least seven games, so taking the over is the way to go.
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    Handicapping LSU (7.5)
    May 7, 2018

    The LSU Tigers are coming off a successful season in the first full year under head coach Ed Orgeron, as they went 9-4 overall and 6-2 in the SEC. The Tigers will have a new offensive coordinator in 2018, as Steve Ensminger takes over and LSU has a very good defense led by linebacker Devin White.

    LSU 2018 Regular Season Win Total
    Over 7.5 (-120)
    Under 7.5 (-110)

    The problem for the Tigers is that they face one of the most difficult schedules in the nation for the 2018 season.

    2018 SEC Win Totals

    2018 LSU Tigers Schedule Analysis

    Sept. 2 vs. Miami (AT&T Stadium - Arlington, Texas)

    The season opener for LSU is not going to be easy, as Miami is turning into a national power under head coach Mark Richt. The early odds on this game have the game a pick and it could be that this game decides whether or not the Tigers will have a chance to win eight games and go over their win total of 7.5.

    Sept. 8 vs. Southeastern Louisiana

    The Tigers get an easy game for their home opener, as they face the Ragin’ Cajuns. This is a sandwich game for LSU but they have far too much talent to lose this game at home.

    Sept. 15 at Auburn

    The first true road game of the season for LSU looks like a loss. This will be a revenge game for Auburn, as they were beaten last year 27-23 by LSU. The home team has won the last four in this series.

    Sept. 22 vs. Louisiana Tech

    This might not be an automatic win for LSU, as Louisiana Tech will want to show they can play with their instate SEC rival. Louisiana Tech nearly beat South Carolina last season, losing 17-16.

    Sept. 29 vs. Mississippi

    The Rebels have an explosive offense that can give LSU all kinds of trouble. This is a home game for LSU, but definitely not a game that can automatically be put in the win column. LSU has won six of the last eight meetings in this series.

    Oct. 6 at Florida

    The Tigers have won six of the last eight meetings in this series, but Florida has a new head coach in Dan Mullen and a new outlook. LSU just barely got by the Gators last season, winning 17-16. The advantage for LSU in this contest is that Mullen faced his former Mississippi State team last week.

    Oct. 13 vs. Georgia

    The Tigers will probably be listed as home underdogs in this contest, as Georgia is considered one of the top teams in the country. This is one of the only big tests for Georgia this season and they will be extremely focused.

    Oct. 20 vs. Mississippi State

    The Bulldogs have a new head coach in Joe Moorhead so it is hard to know what to expect from them this season. This is really a must-win game for LSU if they are to have a winning season.

    Nov. 3 vs. Alabama

    The Tigers rarely win against the Crimson Tide, as they have lost the last seven meetings. Both teams will be coming off a bye, so both will be well prepared for this one.

    Nov. 10 at Arkansas

    The Battle for the Boot has seen LSU win six times, while Arkansas has won five times in the last 11 meetings. The Razorbacks have a new head coach in Chad Morris and they have a new defensive coordinator in former LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis. This is another one of those swing games that will determine LSU’s season.

    Nov. 17 vs. Rice

    This should be an easy win for LSU, as Rice went 1-11 last season.

    Nov. 24 at Texas A&M

    The Tigers will face a difficult late season test at A&M who has a new head coach in Jimbo Fisher. The Tigers have won the last seven in this series, but that streak could come to an end this season.

    Can you find eight wins on the 2018 LSU schedule? If you give the Tigers the benefit of the doubt, then maybe they can win seven games but it is easy to see LSU finishing at 6-6 or even 5-7 in 2018 and that means they go under their win total of 7.5.
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    Handicapping Miss State (8)
    May 2, 2018

    The Mississippi State Bulldogs begin a new era in 2018, as gone is Dan Mullen and in is Joe Moorhead. The Bulldogs were reasonably successful under Mullen, but they still only had a winning conference record once in his tenure. Mullen is now at Florida, while Moorhead comes over from Penn State where he was the offensive coordinator.

    The Bulldogs should benefit in 2018 from playing seven home games, but they do have to deal with Alabama, Auburn and Texas A&M this season. The Bulldogs also have a highly anticipated home game against Florida and former head coach Mullen.

    Mississippi State Bulldogs 2018 Regular Season Win Total
    Over 8 (-115)
    Under 8 (-115)

    The Bulldogs bring back quarterback Nick Fitzgerald, and he should be ready to go after dislocating his foot late last season. He should excel under Moorhead, who is known to run a quarterback-friendly system. The question for the Bulldogs will be on defense, as Bob Shoop comes over from Tennessee. Mississippi State gave up 30 points or more in their four losses last season.

    2018 SEC Win Totals

    2018 Mississippi State Bulldogs Schedule Analysis

    Sept. 1 vs. Stephen F. Austin

    The season opener for Mississippi State should be an easy win. The Bulldogs have lost only once to an FCS team and that happened in 2004.

    Sept. 8 at Kansas State
    This game at Manhattan will not be easy, as the Wildcats are still coached by Bill Snyder and they usually play well at home. Mississippi State has not visited Manhattan since the 1977 season.

    Sept. 15 vs. Louisiana
    The Bulldogs should be able to fatten up on Louisiana before they begin their SEC schedule. The Bulldogs have won all three previous meetings against the Ragin’ Cajuns.

    Sept. 22 at Kentucky
    The Wildcats were shredded by Fitzgerald last season in a 45-7 loss and even though this game is in Lexington this time around, it is hard to see Mississippi State losing this one.

    Sept. 29 vs. Florida
    This is the game of the year for some Mississippi State fans, as they are going against their former head coach. The Bulldogs are more than capable of winning this game at home.

    Oct. 6 vs. Auburn
    The Bulldogs were destroyed in this game a year ago, as they lost 49-10. Mississippi State should be more competitive this time around, but the Bulldogs are still a notch below the Tigers in terms of overall talent.

    Oct. 20 at LSU
    The Bulldogs get an extra week to prepare for this contest. It will be a revenge game for LSU, as they were routed 37-7 last year in Starkville. It was the first win in 17 years for Mississippi State at home in this series. This is not a bad spot for the Bulldogs, as it is a sandwich game for LSU in between Georgia and Alabama.

    Oct. 27 vs. Texas A&M
    The Bulldogs won last year 34-14 but this time around they go against a new Texas A&M team that is coached by Jimbo Fisher. This is one of those swing games that will decide the season for Mississippi State.

    Nov. 3 vs. Louisiana Tech
    This is a trap game for the Bulldogs, as they face Alabama next week. Mississippi State should still win this game, but it may not be easy.

    Nov. 10 at Alabama
    The Bulldogs have not won at Alabama since 2007. The Bulldogs had the Crimson Tide on the ropes a year ago, leading 21-17 in the fourth quarter but they couldn’t hold the lead.

    Nov. 17 vs. Arkansas
    The Bulldogs just barely won at Arkansas last season, as Fitzgerald hit Thomas for the game winning TD with 17 seconds left. The Razorbacks will have a new head coach this season in Chad Morris and it may take him some time to turn the Razorbacks around.

    Nov. 22 at Mississippi
    The Egg Bowl will be at Oxford this season and it should be another excellent contest. The Rebels won last year’s game in Starkville 31-28 after Fitzgerald left with an injury.

    When you look at the 2018 Mississippi schedule it is easy to see this team going 8-4 and landing right on the win total of eight games.

    If you want to lean one way or another, going over the total could be the way to go, as Mississippi State is capable of pulling off an upset to get to nine wins.
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    Handicapping Auburn (9)
    May 1, 2018

    The Auburn Tigers will be looking to match their regular season success of a year ago for the 2018 college football season.

    The Tigers went 10-4 last season, including 7-1 in the SEC and they actually won the West Division over their hated rival, Alabama. What Auburn couldn’t do was win the SEC title game, as they were routed by Georgia and the Tigers missed out on the College Football Playoffs.

    Can the Tigers get past Alabama again this season and make it into the SEC title game again?

    Auburn 2018 Regular Season Win Total - per BetDSI.eu
    Over 9 (-110)
    Under 9 (-120)

    The Tigers won 10 games last season even though they had a difficult schedule that included Alabama, Clemson and Georgia. The 2018 schedule is no bargain for Auburn as they have to play Alabama as normal and they have to go on the road to face Mississippi and Georgia. The Tigers also take on Washington in their season opener. Auburn does return quarterback Jarrett Stidham, but they have to replace a number of starters on the offensive line.

    2018 Auburn Tigers Schedule Analysis

    Sept. 1 vs. Washington
    (Atlanta, Georgia)
    This is a huge game for both teams in terms of the College Football Playoff, as a win would be huge, while a loss may all but end the losing team’s chances. Auburn should be listed as a three or four point favorite in this contest.

    Sept. 8 vs. Alabama State
    This should be an easy win for Auburn, as Alabama State was routed last year in their only game against an FBS opponent, as Troy beat them 34-7.

    Sept. 15 vs. LSU
    Auburn will be looking for revenge, as they were beaten 27-23 in Baton Rouge last season. The home field edge should be enough for Auburn to get this win and keep in mind that the home team has won each of the last five meetings in this series.

    Sept. 22 vs. Arkansas
    The Razorbacks have a new head coach in Chad Morris who is expected to bring the spread offense to Arkansas. This should be a shootout and that definitely favors Auburn. The Tigers have won four of the last five meetings in this series.

    Sept. 29 vs. Southern Miss
    The Golden Eagles couldn’t beat Kentucky or Tennessee last season and it is hard to see them winning this one on the road against the Tigers.

    Oct. 6 at Mississippi State
    It is hard to know what to expect out of Mississippi State, as they have a new head coach in Joe Moorhead. This has been a competitive series, as the teams have split their last six meetings.

    Oct. 13 vs. Tennessee
    The Vols have a new head coach in Jeremy Pruitt and it may take him some time to get Tennessee turned around. The Tigers should be able to get the home win.

    Oct. 20 at Mississippi
    This should be another shootout for Auburn, as the Rebels have one of the best offenses in the SEC led by quarterback Jordan Ta’amu. The Tigers won last season by a score of 44-23.

    Nov. 3 vs. Texas A&M
    The Aggies have a new head coach in Jimbo Fisher and he will turn this team into a contender soon. This is a dangerous home game for the Tigers, as A&M should be much better later in the season than in the early going.

    Nov. 11 at Georgia
    This is a revenge game for Auburn, as they were beaten by the Bulldogs in the SEC title game. Getting revenge won’t be easy for Auburn, as the Bulldogs are very tough to beat at home.

    Nov. 17 vs. Liberty
    This should be an easy win for Auburn in advance of the Iron Bowl. Liberty did go 6-5 last season, but they don’t have enough talent to compete with Auburn.

    Nov. 24 at Alabama
    Can Auburn actually beat Alabama in consecutive seasons? This could be the game that decides which team plays in the SEC title game and it is hard to see Alabama losing the Iron Bowl in back-to-back seasons, especially when this game is at home.

    The question is whether or not the Tigers can win at least nine games, and based on their 2018 schedule the answer is probably yes. Auburn has what looks like nine games they should win, two they will probably lose (Georgia and Alabama) and one toss-up (Washington).
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    Handicapping Alabama (10.5)
    April 30, 2018

    Do you know the last time that the Alabama Crimson Tide didn’t win at least 11 games in the regular season?

    If you can’t remember you are probably not alone, as Alabama has won at least 11 games in each of the last seven seasons.

    If you think the Crimson Tide are a lock to win at least 11 games again in 2018 then you may want to get in now on the 2018 season win total that is listed at 10.5 at BetDSI.

    2018 Alabama Crimson Tide Regular Season Win Total
    Over 10.5 (-130)
    Under 10.5 (+100)

    The Crimson Tide enter the 2018 season as one of the favorites to win the National Championship. Alabama is the defending national champion and they have won the title in two of the last three seasons. Head coach Nick Saban has another powerhouse this season, with an excellent running back in Damien Harris, a veteran offensive line, another great defense and a quarterback in Tua Tagovailoa who looked great in last year’s title game.

    2018 SEC Win Totals

    2018 Alabama Crimson Tide Schedule Analysis

    Sept. 1 vs. Louisville
    (Orlando, Florida)
    You might think that this game against Louisville could be a potential land mine for the Crimson Tide, but this year’s Louisville team is not last year’s team. The Cardinals no longer have Lamar Jackson and most of their starters on defense have to be replaced. The Crimson Tide are expected to be at least 30-point favorites in this contest. You can forget about a loss for Alabama in the opener.

    Sept. 8 vs. Arkansas State
    The Red Wolves are not a bad team, but they are still a team from the Sun Belt and those types of teams don’t go on the road and beat Alabama. The Tide will be 2-0 after this one.

    Sept. 15 at Mississippi
    It was ugly last year in this game at Alabama, with the Crimson Tide winning 66-3. It should be closer this time around, but it is still hard to see Ole Miss pulling off the upset.

    Sept. 22 vs. Texas A&M
    The Aggies may eventually be good enough under Jimbo Fisher to compete with Alabama, but not yet. The Crimson Tide won 24-7 against the Aggies in Atlanta last year and this game will be in Tuscaloosa.

    Sept. 29 vs. Louisiana

    This game should see some scoring, as Louisiana has former Alabama offensive coordinator Billy Napier, but the Ragin’ Cajuns don’t have the defense to contain the Crimson Tide. Alabama should be 5-0 when this one is over.

    Oct. 6 at Arkansas
    It is hard to see the Razorbacks turning the corner in one season under Chad Morris. The Hogs went 4-8 last year and just 1-7 in the SEC. This game might be more interesting than some people expect, but the Hogs don’t have the defense to contain Alabama.

    Oct. 13 vs. Missouri
    The Tigers have an explosive offense led by quarterback Drew Luck who led the SEC in passing, but this is a home game for Alabama and they don’t lose at home very often.

    Oct. 20 at Tennessee
    This game sounds like one that could be a problem for Alabama, but Tennessee is in transition, as they have a new head coach in Jeremy Pruitt. The Vols may be improved, but they are still not anywhere near Alabama in terms of talent.

    Nov. 3 at LSU
    The Crimson Tide gets an extra week to get ready for their toughest road game of the season. The Tigers have an excellent defense that should be able to give Alabama trouble. The Crimson Tide pulled out a 24-10 win last season against the Tigers. This is one of the only games on the Alabama schedule that can’t automatically be chalked up as a win.

    Nov. 10 vs. Mississippi State
    This could be a tough home game for Alabama, as the Bulldogs bring back a lot of talent, especially on offense. The Bulldogs will have a new head coach in Joe Moorhead, but he has the talent to win right away. Last year it was Alabama winning 31-24 in Starkville.

    Nov. 17 vs. The Citadel
    This is a sure win for the Tide before next week’s Iron Bowl.

    Nov. 24 vs. Auburn
    The Crimson Tide will be looking for revenge after losing last year 26-14 to the Tigers. The Tigers are excellent on defense and they still have Jarrett Stidham running the offense.

    If you look at the 2018 schedule for Alabama it is hard to envision them losing more than one game and it is easy to see them going undefeated. Over the total of 10.5 looks to be a good play at BetDSI.
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    QB Tagovailoa planned to transfer
    May 18, 2018

    Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was planning to transfer before he came off the bench to lead a dramatic rally and power Alabama to victory in the national championship game in January.

    Had Tagovailoa never entered the game, he was planning to leave the Crimson Tide, according to a report by HawaiiNewsNow.com

    Speaking to a group of middle-school students in his native state of Hawaii, Tagovailoa said he was planning to leave Alabama after his freshman season if he didn't play in the championship game against SEC rival Georgia.

    "I called my dad and asked him if my offer to the University of Southern California was still available," Tagovailoa said, per HawaiiNewsNow. "I wanted to leave. I told my dad I wanted to go to a school where I thought it'd be easier for me and wouldn't challenge me so much."

    Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban replaced ineffective starter Jalen Hurts in the second half, and the moved paid off when Tagovailoa sparked a stirring come-from-behind victory.

    Tagovailoa helped Alabama erase a 13-point second-half deficit the 26-23 win over Georgia. He completed 14 of 24 passes for 166 yards with three touchdowns against Georgia, including a game-winning 41-yarder.

    "Even throughout my football season, I wasn't the starter," Tagovailoa told the students. "I wanted to leave the school. So I told myself if I didn't play in the last game, which was the national championship game, I would transfer out.

    "If I gave in, I don't think I would have seen the end blessing of where I am now."

    Injuries throughout the spring have hindered Tagovailoa's bid to supplant Hurts as the starter entering the 2018, but last season's experience has him more determined to stay the course.

    "My mentality doesn't (change)," said Tagovailoa. "I just got to keep working."


    Georgia QB Fromm gets hooked up
    May 18, 2018

    Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm managed to hook a big one on a recent fishing trip, and it landed him in the hospital.

    The unexpected visit to the hospital occurred after Fromm managed to hook himself in the leg while fishing last week.

    Fromm, who led the Bulldogs to the national championship game last season, poked fun at himself for the snafu, posting a picture of the lure stuck in his leg on his Instagram account.

    "Works so good it hooks humans too," Fromm wrote in a caption on the photo that showed the treble hook embedded in the side of his lower leg.

    Fromm, accompanied by fellow Georgia student Jordan Rowe, made a trip to Cook Medical Center in Adel, Ga., to have the hook removed, per the Columbus Ledger-Inquirer.

    The Bulldogs finished 13-2 following a 26-23 loss to Alabama in the national title game. Fromm made 14 starts, passing for 2,615 yards and 24 touchdowns and seven interceptions in his freshman season.


    Former 5-star QB transfers to USF
    May 18, 2018

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Former Alabama and Arizona State quarterback Blake Barnett, once a five-star recruit, has transferred to South Florida, where he'll be immediately eligible to play with two seasons remaining.

    USF announced the addition of Barnett on Friday. He is expected to compete for a starting job as the Bulls try to replace three-year starter Quinton Flowers, who set numerous school records at USF and signed a free-agent contract with the Cincinnati Bengals.

    Barnett was the most highly rated quarterback to recruit to sign with Nick Saban at Alabama when he joined the Crimson Tide in 2015. He was in the mix to play as a freshman, but health issues set him back and he ended up sitting out as a redshirt as Alabama won a national championship.

    Barnett started the 2016 season-opener for the Crimson Tide, but quickly relinquished the job to Jalen Hurts. Soon after he left Alabama during the season and enrolled in junior college for the rest of the year, which put him in position to transfer and play in 2017 instead of sitting out the whole season as required by NCAA rules. He was initially supposed to miss the first four games of 2017, but the NCAA granted him a waiver and he was eligible to play the whole season for the Sun Devils.

    But he was unable to beat out Manny Wilkins, who started for much of the 2016 season for Arizona State, and served as a backup for Arizona State in 2017. He graduated this spring, making him eligible to transfer again and not sit out.

    In seven games at Alabama and Arizona State, Barnett has completed 14 of 24 passes for 259 yards and two touchdowns with an interception. Having played only two seasons, he still has two years of eligibility left.

    At USF, Barnett will compete with junior Brett Kean and sophomore Chris Oladokun to start this season. Neither of the incumbents has started a college game and they played sparingly behind Flowers the last two seasons.


    QB Minshew transfers to Wash State
    May 18, 2018

    Former East Carolina quarterback Gardner Minshew officially transferred to Washington State.

    Minshew, a graduate transfer who committed to play at Alabama at the end of February before reversing that decision, withdrew from East Carolina at the end of January to attend to a personal matter in his home state of Mississippi.

    Washington State coach Mike Leach announced the transfer of Minshew on the school's official website.

    Minshew, who was scheduled to be East Carolina's starting quarterback in 2018, started five games for the Pirates last season, throwing for 2,140 yards with 16 touchdowns and seven interceptions.

    The 6-foot-2, 220-pound Minshew is expected to vie for the starting job with the Cougars. His main competition is Trey Tinsley and Anthony Gordon, neither of whom has thrown a pass since transferring from junior college.
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