• Tigers Pummel Sooners to Advance to Championship Game
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    Tigers Pummel Sooners to Advance to Championship Game

    The Tigers pummel Sooners. LSU opened the Peach Bowl as a 13.5 point favorite. From the beginning, Joe Burrow carved the Sooners defense into pieces. Burrow tossed 7 TDs in the first half and a little over 400 yards. Out of those 7 TDs, Justin Jefferson caught an unprecedented four of them. The Tigers offense moved the ball at will on the Sooners defense. Joe Burrow showed why he won the Heisman Trophy and possibly the top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Jalen Hurts was the runner-up to the Heisman and the Tigers frustrated him all night. Hurts completed less than 50% of his throws, didn’t throw a touchdown…

  • Daddy’s Hangout 2019 Fiesta Bowl Predictions
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    Daddy’s Hangout 2019 Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Predictions

    Now that we have the first semifinal out of the way, let’s look at the other one. I’m predicting Clemson to leave the Fiesta Bowl with the win. Who will face Clemson for the national championship on January 13th? The top ranked LSU Tigers will face the 4th ranked Oklahoma Sooners. LSU has arguably been the best team in college football throughout the season. They are led by Heisman Trophy winning Joe Burrow. The Tigers offense is as potent as it gets seeing they can score at any time. As far as Oklahoma goes, they had a lot of help to snag that final playoff position. Georgia lost to this…

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    My 2016 NCAA Final Four Predictions

    This has been one exciting NCAA tournament so far and I believe the Final Four will continue that trend. The first weekend, which was the first and second rounds, saw some buzzer beaters, epic collapses and some great basketball. The round of 16 saw just as much action, quite a few upsets and in the end, Syracuse reached the Final Four when they pulled off the huge upset of the Virginia Cavaliers. In my original bracket I had North Carolina, Oklahoma and Villanova reaching the Final Four, with the Tar Heels beating the Sooners in the championship game. Will my picks remain the same? In the first game, we’ll see…

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    College Football Predictions for Week 13

    Welcome to another exciting weekend of college football and this is basically rivalry week the week before the conference championships. Some people are still complaining about the College Football Playoffs Ranking, but things will eventually play itself out or at least I hope they do. Last week was a horrible week for me as my record was 2-5, which dropped my record to 39-22. My overall winning percentage dropped from 68.5% to 63.9% and that’s a tough blow being so close to the end of the regular season. This week I’ll be predicting seven games, so this will either make or break me. Let’s Get Started!!!   We’ll start in…

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    College Football Predictions Week 12

    Welcome to another exciting weekend of college football and as the season nears the end, we will get to see what teams can stand the pressure and advance to the college football playoffs. Last week my record was 3-2, which make my overall record 37-17 and my overall winning percentage drops from 69.4% to 68.5%. This weekend will be pretty exciting since I’m going to tackle about seven games, with a few of them have major implications going forward. Let’s Get Started!!!   This is the big match-up this weekend as the 9th ranked Michigan State Spartans visits the 2nd ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. Last week, Connor Cook went down…

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    College Football Predictions Week 11

    Welcome to another exciting weekend of college football and what about the shake-ups for the first weekend in November and for the first week of college playoff rankings. Last week my record was 3-2, which I’m disappointed in because I told people all week to look out for North Carolina, but somehow I picked Duke to win the game. That’s how things go sometimes and hopefully I can rebound from that one. My overall record falls to 34-15 and in the process dropping m winning percentage from 70.5% to 69.4%, so there’s room for me to get back to my 70% goal. This week I’ll be predicting five games and…