Anyone here watch college football? I'm not as avid a college football fan as I am of the NFL, but I'll drop a couple bucks here and there on college football games (I only wager on football).
Anyhoo, what's with USC not covering the spread against Stanford? Now, I actually bet on this game and I actually won, but I only because I didn't think USC would cover the 30 point spread I was getting on the game. Now, if I had picked Stanford to win I can't imagine what I would have won.
I don't know, this just seems to be a really weird year. I've heard a lot of people complaining about poor performances. Anyone noticing the same?
Same goes for Dallas not covering against the Bills last night. Now, again, I picked the Bills to cover here because the last 7 undefeated teams to go into Buffalo have lost (last that won was the '72 Dolphins), but I didn't think it would come down to a last minute field goal (or two field goals rather).
Anyone else finding that the games this year seem very difficult to predict?
LOL, well he's still doing well anyway. I think that last nights game brought him back to a mediocre level though.
You're right about the timeout thing too. It just seems like poor sportsmanship than anything else. I don't know how you could possibly enforce a rule agaisnt doing that. I just felt for the kid who had to kick two career-long field goals back-to-back.
I would have been headed right over to the Bills' sideline if I was him. I'm pretty sure I woul dhave a finger to give the Bills' coach.
LOL, you lucky duck. Now, if the Bruins could only get their stuff together you would have the possibility of like 3 championships. Now I only say that cause I don't really know if you can consider anything other than a National Championship as a "Championship". I mean if I went 12-0 and won a bowl game I would consider that a win for me, but I'm not sure how that works in the grand scheme.
There is still the MLB, NFL, and (not so much) NHL that look for for the folks in MA tho.