Sporting Fools
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Sporting Fools

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Monday, September 24, 2007

4th Down (College Edition)

There were a lot of interesting trends, breaks and storylines from this week’s NFL and College action.

Syracuse 38, Louisville 35

You think the Cardinals miss Bobby Petrino? Steve Kragthorpe has turned Louisville from rising national power to run-of-the-miss C-USA team in three weeks. Now the good side is that the Cardinals will be money on Over/Under below 72 points for the rest of the year and they are just one impressive victory (say…a home game against Rutgers??) from being grossly overrated again and giving more points than they deserve.

Who would want to play for a guy name Kragthorpe anyway? Kragthorpe sounds like a high school math teacher.

“Hey who do you have in third period?”

“I got Kragthorpe”

“Oh man, that guy is a douche.”

Introducing Louisville’s newest football coach, Frances Pucharelli!

UCLA 44, Washington 31

Interesting trend here is UCLA in second-half over/under. The second half of the Bruins loss to Utah, the two teams combined for 43 points in the second half. The second half of the Bruins victory over Washington the two teams combined for 55 points.

Keep a close eye on UCLA over/under in the second half.

UNLV 27, Utah 0

Excellent call Ohio Ice, excellent call.

Florida 30, Ole Miss 24

Lost in the Tim Tebow hoopla is the fact that the Gators defense is young enough to have lapses on the road. Now if those lapses come against Ole Miss they survive, if they come against LSU…survival isn’t likely.

South Florida 37, North Carolina 10

The score is not indicative of the game as South Florida could have and should have scored over 50 points. North Carolina is not to be relied upon for much of anything this year. But the Bulls are interesting and this line against West Virginia needs to be monitored closely.


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