We are here to help you fill out your brackets and finally beat ‘Cheryl the secretary’ this year.
The Big Ten was a competitive conference with a lot of upsets. The top four teams in the conference kept trading wins, so teams have faced adversity all year. Iowa struggled more than any other top ten in the Big Ten, but still somehow managed to still get a #7 seed.
The American Athletic Conference was top-heavy, but Temple came out of nowhere after a weak showing during their non-conference schedule. They finished the year with the AAC regular season title.
Can Iowa shake off their late-season issues?
Who do you think will win? We help you fill out your bracket.
This week isn’t as stocked with games, since all the marquee games are conference championship games. We ended up picking every single college football game against the spread.
I went 10-9-1 against the spread last week. Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and Iowa still sit on top of the College Football Playoff rankings. Michigan State will play in the CFP with a win over Iowa on Saturday. Also, Ohio State and Stanford could sneak in if Florida and/or North Carolina throw a wrench into machine.
The Heisman trophy front-runner Alabama RB Derrick Henry could lock up the trophy with another strong performance.
We at ‘America’s White Boy’ pick against the spread for all the big college football games on Saturday (December 5th, 2015), and pick some games earlier in the week. Enjoy!
The NCAA Tournament is right around the corner and teams pushing to win their conference tournaments and assure a spot in this season’s ‘Big Dance’.
There were a few smaller conference upsets that limited the number of at-large bids the larger conferences usually dominate.
Many of the teams on the “bubble” are perennial favorites, like Kentucky who want to defend their title. A few newcomers are also on the bubble, like La Salle who haven’t made the NCAA Tournament since 1992.
Which current bubble teams are safe to receive at-large bids and which teams still have work to do? Continue reading →