Week 3 Picks Recap

Man, things are rough right now.  I am 11-19 against the spread through the first three weeks.  I had higher expectations for myself.  Others had

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2021 Top 5 Vol. 3

Each week John Chancey and Marty Coleman list their top 5. Their rankings after week 3 are below. Chancey’s Top 5 Alabama – Florida gave

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Week 2 Picks Recap

How do I follow up a disappointing 4-6 in Week 1?  By nailing a 3-7 in Week 2! Tulsa at Oklahoma State: Loss – I

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2021 Top 5 Vol. 2

John Chancey and Marty Coleman give you their top 5 each week. Here’s the results after week 2: Top 5 After Week 2 Alabama –

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2021 Top 5 Vol. 1

2021 Top 5 Vol. 1 John Chancey and Marty Coleman list their top 5 each week for every one to pick apart. Here’s our initial

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Week 1 Picks Recap

I’m not pleased with my first full week of picks.  4-6 is a strong indicator of how wrong I had some of these teams in

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Chancey’s Picks

John Chancey is off to a fast start, going 2-0 Thursday night. Who’s he got this weekend? Check it out below. Share on facebook Facebook

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E61: Locks with Locks

The guys are back to discuss week 0 of college football and the train wreck that is Nebraska.  Then JP Priester of AllClemson.com joins us

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Week 0 Results

John Chancey went 1-1, but is down 25.26 units assuming 100 unit bets on each game. Here are Chancey’s takes on his week 1 bets:

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E60: Soooo back with Locks

Zach “Locks” Parker joins the show to discuss our pick for conference champions, Heisman and Surprise (good or bad) teams of the year.  Which teams

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Week 0 Picks

John Chancey makes his picks on this week’s small slate of games. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on email Email

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E59: What’d we miss?

The Beef and Seldom Used Reserve are back after a two week hiatus and rants will be shared.  One ESPN talking head said Clemson vs.

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College Football News

5 Darkhorse CFP Playoff Contenders

via SaturdayBlitz.com

Looking ahead to the 2021 College Football Playoff, it might seem like the four teams are easy to predict but here are five dark horses. 

Heading into the 2021 college football season, predicting the participants of the College Football Playoff might seem easier than ever.

UF Trending with 4 star RB Terrance Gibbs

Via SaturdayBlitz.com

Florida football hosted one of the best running backs in the 2022 class on June 18 and Dan Mullen’s recruiting pitch when he was on campus seemed to have worked.

Terrance Gibbs was already considered a slight Florida lean before his trip to Gainesville last weekend and the Gators come away with the heavy favorite distinction…

Toriano Pride Commits to Clemson

via ClemsonJunkies.com

Clemson picked up a commitment from 4-star cornerback Toriano Pride on Friday, the Tigers second blue-chip commitment in as many days.

Clemson offered Pride in August of last year and the 5-foot-11, 180-pound player picked the Tigers over Ohio State, Oregon, Georgia and Missouri. In total he had close to 30 offers.

Sherrod Covil Commits to Clemson

via ClemsonJunkies.com

Sherrod Covil committed to Clemson on Thursday.

The 4-star safety from Chesapeake, Virginia chose the Tigers over Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Penn State. In total the blue chip prospect had more than 40 offers.

Clemson Elite Recruiting Retreat Rousing Success

Impact of playoff on Group of 5

via ClemsonJunkies.com

After a dead period that lasted fifteen months, it was extremely nice to see the Clemson campus once again buzzing with potential high school prospects over the weekend.

Dabo Swinney held the Tigers’ first big recruiting event of the summer, the first-ever Elite Retreat…

via SaturdayBlitz.com

Before 1992, there was no playoff mechanism in place to pit the best teams against one another for a shot at the mythical national championship. The Bowl Coalition and the Bowl Alliance suffered from their incomplete membership, as the Big Ten and Pac-10 opted to maintain their exclusive ties with the Rose Bowl instead of joining other power conferences.