Pitt has looked unstoppable against bad teams (5-0) and deflated against good teams (0-2). They lost to both Mizzou and Florida in November and neither game felt particularly close. For the Panthers to keep their tournament hopes alive, a big win against a hot team like Clemson would serve them well.
Will the Huskies stay unbeaten in their biggest test of the year or will the Jayhawks solidify themselves as new title favorites in this must watch game? Read on to find out.
The Virginia Cavaliers (6-1) will play host to the Texas A&M Aggies (6-1) in this ACC/SEC matchup, featuring two teams off to an incredibly hot start.
The Clemson Tigers look to upset the Alabama Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa this Tuesday night. Nate Oates’ team looks to continue their success with a fast pace, high-flying offense, and efficiency from beyond the arc.
The Astros look to secure their third-straight trip to a World Series and solidify their rule as baseball’s most evil empire. Meanwhile, the Rangers put their massive payroll to the test. The battle for the silver boot has never looked shinier.
Will Matt Canada remain on the hotseat for his offensive’s woes in Pittsburgh or will the Raiders’ soft zone continue to be as weak as a cheesecloth? Who the hell knows, but it should be fun.
I wandered around TPC Southwind all day Friday and took field notes on what I saw. I’ve compiled them below for your enjoyment. Warning: if you are not a total golf nut, the following content might be a bit of snooze.
The Ole Miss Rebels will return to the gridiron in a month. This means two things: 1) I will commence the unhappiest time of my life and 2) I will argue that Ole Miss will go UNDER its wins total for the 2023 season.
The weak field means these players who we usually see at bargain prices (looking at you, Dough Ghim) are much more expensive. The challenge of a tournament like this is not picking at the top of the field, but finding some deep value among cheap players who have produced mercurial results thus far.