The only thing that flat-earthers fear.
Is sphere itself.
CBS: not a big fan of the Las Vegas Bowl
I get it though. Outside of the two defensive TDs, Oregon didn’t do too much and Boise State had something to prove. The score wasn’t indicative of how well Boise State did. But to rank it just one ahead of the Potato Bowl and the eight CMU turnovers? Well that’s just offensive.
All 130 CFB teams are ranked in the final S&P+
Boise State is ranked in the top-25. And you’ll never guess who is juuuuuust behind the Broncos.
Bronco WBB’s Riley Lupfer the MWC Player of the week
This is a young, good team that has some playmakers. They go to New Mexico this week to take on the Lobos who are 14-1. So it should be a good matchup.
And the MBB also got a MWC Player of the week as well
Chandler Hutchison took control of the two MWC games last week and he was rewarded for those efforts. Both in wins and in recognition.
You might have heard that UCF is claiming a national title
Ok. Yeah, sure.
Perfection achieved. #ChargeOn pic.twitter.com/cLJb8MrJLw— 2017 National Champions (@UCF_Football) January 3, 2018
And then some ensuing trolling by Paul Finebaum:
UCF out here acting like they did something that has never been done before. #CFB pic.twitter.com/kdwRHrUxpX— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) January 2, 2018
Who, casually, left off 2009 Boise State since TCU wasn’t a P5 yet. Though I would argue that TCU was waaaayyyy better than any of those bowl opponents, P5 or not.
Some Boise State perspective:
2007-Question to Jared Zabransky: “do you deserve a shot at the National Championship?”— John Patrick (@JPktik) January 3, 2018
Zabransky: “I think you have to look at it. We beat everyone on our schedule.”
2018-UCF: “We’re National Champions.” https://t.co/cU5QzUXxQy
College five factor box scores
These are some quick-hit stats of the bowl games.
Here is a random name generator.