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bagman wrote:

Marty, trust me, these college football players are better protected than us, the regular American public! Which means they are taking online classes and where they work out is sanitized every single day of many times per day. I have no idea how Washington State or the Univ. of Washington operates, but most big time college teams are doing everything to protect their team. Furthermore, I'm 100% certain come Sept. 1st. that we ALL will be watching college football on TV.


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I have very little doubt that Clemson will start the season #1 with Trevor Lawrence running the offense.

I have very little doubt that Alabama will be in the thick of things with Saban running that show.

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Chuck,
I truly hope you are right, I am wrong....... With that said. This is a repeat of a similar virus in 1918-1920 or there about. Yes we have better medicine, science etc. It will not fix or stop this virus that quick. GODUCKS link shows % of us that do not think things will be happening for some time.
No different than a church north of me, had 60 of 120 show up the first week in March for a choir practice, 40 got C19, 2 ie 5% of that population are now dead! All because is went person to person via the air they were breathing at close quarters. Frontline men on football teams are 1-2' max apart, They ARE breathing ea others air. If one is infected, They will soon be ALL infected. Just like the choir I mentioned. CHurches that have been meeting etc etc. This is a long term short term issue. Probably 2-3 years before we are clear of this virus, and then, maybe, we might be able to get back to life as we know it. I'm not planning on it.
Just hoping I do not get it, bring it home, if I give it to Sheryl, she's more than likely dead! As she has Asthma, 2 cases of Pneumonia, along with what I believe is a so far un diagnosed COPD. This would be devastating to her system.
Unless you are in a suit that is totally sealed from outside world, this virus will and can get you.

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kellem wrote:

I have very little doubt that Clemson will start the season #1 with Trevor Lawrence running the offense.

I have very little doubt that Alabama will be in the thick of things with Saban running that show.


Yes. I think this is a more realistic ranking.https://www.yardbarker.com/college_footb........ootball_teams_for_2020/s1_12680_31752170


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Whats really a bummer is Ohio St visits the Oregon Ducks for the 2nd game of the season this year. I don't think it will happen but it would be a heck of a game if it does. This whole summer/fall is going to be one big adjustment socially for everyone.

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Have any of you RV.Neters seen the new 2021 College football rankings on 24/7sports. Ohio State has a huge advantage over Clemson! Alabama is now #40.


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goducks10 wrote:

Whats really a bummer is Ohio St visits the Oregon Ducks for the 2nd game of the season this year. I don't think it will happen but it would be a heck of a game if it does. This whole summer/fall is going to be one big adjustment socially for everyone.


That game isn't a bummer, it is a win for both teams, assuming it happens. It's only a bummer if the game doesn't happen.

It's been pointed out by several pundits that the loser of that game won't be particularly hurt by that loss when it comes to selecting the playoff finalists, unless, of course, they also lose other games. Both teams are expected to be the best in their respective conferences, and since it is likely there will be at least one playoff team with a loss, losing by a reasonable score to one of the other likely candidates for the final 4 early in the season will not be much of an issue.

On the other hand, RJ Young has pointed out that Oregon playing North Dakota State is a win for NDS and a potential season wrecking loser for Oregon. His reasoning is that NDS is a great team from a lower division, but Oregon is supposed to beat teams from that lower division. If they lose the game, it'll be another Appalachian State/Michigan game that will live on in infamy forever. Since the Ducks play NDS, then OSU back to back to open the season, they've set themselves up for two weeks of hell, given that both games are traps for the other. The Ducks could overlook NDS prepping for OSU, get beat up and not be in their best form for the latter and lose that one too.





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Here you go Bags. As predicted, Joe Burrow's #1 and back in Ohio. Here are some info. and comments I found.

The image of Burrow, legs crossed, puffing on a victory cigar after winning the national championship is quite simply the snapshot of the college football season. Burrow and the LSU Tigers dominated from start to finish, with Burrow winning the Heisman by record margins -- including highest percentage of points (93.8) and first-place votes (90.7) -- in one of the great quarterback seasons of all-time. He completed 76.3 percent of his passes for 5,671 yards and 60 touchdowns with only six interceptions, setting an FBS record for passing efficiency with a 202.0 rating.
That was the culmination of a remarkable story for the kid from Athens, Ohio, who spent three seasons at Ohio State, including a redshirt year. When he failed to win the job after spring practice 2018, ending up third string behind Dwayne Haskins and Tate Martell, he transferred to LSU, where he started in 2018 and posted solid numbers (2,894 yards, 16 TDs). But it wasn't until coach Ed Orgeron imported whiz kid Joe Brady from the NFL as the passing game coordinator that LSU unlocked and unleashed its full potential behind an up-tempo, spread offense in which Burrow was nearly flawless.
Burrow declined to test or work out at the NFL Scouting Combine, acknowledging that his terrific season provided him some "leverage," but he interviewed with teams and is the odd-on favorite to go first overall.
Analysis
Burrow is a poised, confident gunslinger with a "gamer" mentality and impressive accuracy to attack the entire field. He's a coach's son, and it shows with his intelligence on and off the field, as he graduated early from Ohio State to transfer to LSU with two years of eligibility remaining. Impressive pre-snap diagnosis, routinely taking easy short passes to move the chains while demonstrating the velocity, touch and accuracy to attack at the intermediate and deep levels. Flashes terrific ball placement on especially difficult deep out-cutting throws near the sideline (Alabama, Auburn), as well as over the top (Texas). May not possess a true rocket but understands velocity, adjusting his throwing angle and speed as necessary to give his receiver the best chance at making the catch. Senses the rush with better spatial awareness of creeping defenders than his playing time suggests. Highly competitive and a creative, tough scrambler who keeps his eyes downfield to exhaust passing opportunities before crossing the line of scrimmage. Is very effective when he does choose to run, capitalizing on holes in the defense and inspiring his teammates with strong, sneaky-fast scrambles.
Burrow has only two seasons as a starting quarterback and has been surrounded by elite talent at LSU and Ohio State. At times, he can be a bit methodical with his reads, staring down receivers and providing defenders opportunities to make plays on the ball. Lacks "wow" physical characteristics with average to slightly above-average size, speed and arm strength in comparison to other top QB prospects. Unafraid to challenge tight windows, providing opportunities for his receivers -- but also defensive backs -- to battle for the ball. Willing to lead his receivers into contact.
PRO COMPARISON
Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings -- Savvy, tough and possessing Pro Bowl-caliber accuracy, Burrow is a future franchise quarterback who won't have to wait nearly as long on draft day to hear his name called as Cousins, whom Washington nabbed 102nd overall back in 2012.
Data from STATS © 2020 · Editorial content from Field Level Media

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Charlie, very much enjoyed your analysis of Joe Burrow and quite frankly, you are spot on. Did you know that after last night that Ohio State has had more 1st. round NFL Draft picks than any other college or University in America. YGF, Bags.

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Bags, when the NCAA gives the green light, which Buckeye will you be sponsoring? Thank goodness pressure just became too much to bear for the NCAA and Mark Emmert!

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