So who has been the best first-year coach in America? Jim McElwain of Florida or Jim Harbaugh of Michigan?
According to USA Today, they might make their final argument against each other.
So who is more electric to watch? FSU running back Dalvin Cook or Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch?
They might share the same field.
Ah, yes. Bowl predictions have started already in America. And, according to USA Today, there could be some interesting – although not particularly high profile — match-ups on tap.
Try the Peach Bowl, where the newspaper anticipates FSU will play Memphis, which just knocked off Ole Miss last weekend. For FSU, that obviously isn’t going to please a lot of people. Not after making the playoffs last year and winning the national title the year before. Not considering that FSU is currently undefeated.
Then there is the Citrus Bowl, where Florida is projected to play against Michigan. Both teams lost this weekend because of the kicking game, the Gators giving up a fake field goal and the Wolverines botching an end-of-game punt.
In other games, USA Today sees Miami playing against Northwestern in the Pinstripe Bowl on Dec. 26 and FIU playing East Carolina in the Miami Beach Bowl on Dec. 21.
Other publications are playing the same game. Sports Illustrated has FSU playing against Utah, also in the Peach Bowl, Miami against Tennessee in the Music City Bowl on Dec. 30, Florida against Iowa, also in the Citrus Bowl.
According to ESPN, FSU will play either Oklahoma State (one prognosticator) or Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 29, South Florida will play Middle Tennessee State in the St. Petersburg Bowl on Dec. 26, Florida will play Michigan in the Citrus Bowl or Notre Dame in the Fiesta on Jan. 1, Miami will play Ole Miss in the Taxslayer Bowl on Jan. 2.
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