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Tim Strachan recaps Terps vs. Michigan State

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Tim Strachan recaps Terps vs. Michigan State

Posted on 18 November 2014 by WNST Staff

Tim Strachan joined Nestor to recap a very tough loss for the Maryland Terps Saturday night. Maryland knew it was in for a good battle vs. Michigan St. and it got just that losing 37-15. They look to get back on track as they head to Michigan Saturday afternoon. LISTEN HERE

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Jim Williams talks college football with Nestor

Posted on 17 November 2014 by WNST Staff

Nestor was joined by Jim Williams to discuss all things college football including our very own Maryland Terps and another wild Saturday over the weekend. With a tough loss to Michigan State Saturday, the Terps look to find their way in year one of the Big Ten. LISTEN HERE.

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NFL.com’s Huguenin says Towson’s West will be 2nd or 3rd Round pick

Posted on 11 January 2014 by WNST Audio

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 18 September 2012 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Boxing-Gabriel Campillo vs. Sergey Kovalev (Friday 9pm from Bethlehem, PA live on NBC Sports Network); WNBA: Indiana Fever @ Washington Mystics (Friday 7pm from Verizon Center live on NBA TV), Washington Mystics @ Chicago Sky (Saturday 8pm from Chicago live on NBA TV)

10. Autumn Equinox feat. Seether/Sick Puppies/Charm City Devils (Saturday 2:30pm Pier Six Pavilion), Avett Brothers (Sunday 6:30pm Pier Six Pavilion); Florence + The Machine (Wednesday 5:30pm Merriweather Post Pavilion); Mr. Greengenes (Friday 8pm Power Plant Live); Kix (Saturday 9pm Rams Head Live), All American Rejects (Saturday 7:30pm Rams Head Live); Rodney Atkins (Monday 7pm Recher Theatre); Big Krit/Slim Thug (Wednesday 8pm Baltimore Soundstage), Leon Russell (Friday 7pm Baltimore Soundstage); Grizzly Bear (Thursday 7pm Friday 8pm 9:30 Club), Ed Sheeran (Saturday 5:30pm 9:30 Club), Stars (Sunday 7pm 9:30 Club); Ray Manzarek/Robby Krieger (Monday 7:30pm Birchmere); Foghat (Thursday 8pm Rams Head Center Stage); Animal Liberation Orchestra (Friday 7pm U Street Music Hall); Metric (Friday 8pm Strathmore); Lynyrd Skynyrd (Saturday 6pm Six Flags America); Arrested Development (Sunday 8pm Howard Theatre); Wye Oak (Sunday 8pm Black Cat); Third Eye Blind (Saturday 7pm Towson Center); “Sunfest” feat. Sha Na Na, Lonestar, Bret Michaels (Thrusday-Saturday Ocean City Inlet); The Killers “Battle Born” available in stores/on iTunes (Tuesday)

How difficult would it be for me to do the pre-game show Sunday, leave the studio to watch the Avett Brothers’ set and be back to Towson in time to host a postgame show about a game I didn’t watch?

I actually think you’ll find your boy in Columbia for FATM Wednesday night…

I’ve seen Arrested Development more times than others would care to admit…

Remember when it seemed like the Killers were falling off the face of the planet? I’m so glad that didn’t last…

9. Maryland Renaissance Festival (Saturday & Sunday Revel Grove); Charlie Murphy (Thursday-Saturday Baltimore Comedy Factory); Darrell Hammond (Thursday-Saturday Magooby’s Joke House); Dredd 3D” and “End of Watch” out in theaters (Friday); “Prometheus” available on Blu-Ray/DVD (Tuesday)

I just heard Charlie Murphy was going to be on the show Wednesday. I’ll assume we’re talking a little basketball, right?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaKHR6oe52Q

Does Hammond do his whole show as Sean Connery? I’d pay to see that…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1SvsOWQlAA

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There’s absolutely no replacement for the 15-7-0

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There’s absolutely no replacement for the 15-7-0

Posted on 10 September 2012 by Glenn Clark

As always, this week’s 15-7-0 is brought to you by Roofing By Elite. Visit them at roofingbyelite.com. We make 15 observations about football ELITE, 7 about football “not so ELITE” and one “zero” who deserves to sleep on the roof from outside of football.

(As a reminder, we don’t do Baltimore Ravens game analysis here. We do PLENTY of that elsewhere. This is about the rest of the world of football.)

The “ELITE” 15…

1. It was way more interesting than it needed to be, but Maryland got a nice win Saturday.

Ryan Chell and I made the drive up to Filthy Saturday, and I will admit I expected much worse than what I got.

As Darren Pang would say, “holy jumpin’!” Perry Hills wasn’t great-but he made some nice throws. Marcus Leak was fantastic, and Stefon Diggs more than made up for an earlier fumble with that spectacular catch you saw there at the end of the game.

Most of us would have settled for just not giving up 12 rushing touchdowns like it felt like they did a year ago against the Owls. Instead we got Randy Edsall’s first EVER road win.

While I was in the “Illadelph” (to quote The Roots), I had a tasty chicken cheesesteak and a pretzel. I did not however get to stop at the place The Nasty One recommended, “Talk of the Town” for one of their steaks.

Anything anybody can tell me about this place?

I was a little disappointed we didn’t bump into Temple fan and friend of “The Reality Check” Bill Cosby at the game, but apparently he was busy looking dapper at UMass…

2. Rex Ryan and the Jets are perhaps the greatest trolls in the history of football.

The Jets didn’t just look BAD in the preseason, they looked like one of the worst teams in the history of football. They scored one offensive touchdown. They looked to have the offensive ineptitude of a JV football team, but at one of those schools where they only have like 300 students so the JV team is mostly made up of girls and kids that thought they were trying out for badminton.

And then, this.

I’m not as baffled as you. I’m significantly more baffled. I had sort of assumed the Jets were just going to panic and line Tim Tebow up at every position to try to set some sort of bizarre record because they cared so little about winning.

What the eff? I PICKED THE JETS TO WIN?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?!?!!?

Heh. I knew it all along.  And you doubted.

Here’s what Thurman Thomas thought about the Bills’ effort…

But other than that I hear he enjoyed it. Before we move on, here’s Bills TE Scott Chandler knocking down Rex Ryan…

Here’s Antonio Cromartie flipping into the endzone…

And after the game Bart Scott announced a media boycott. Who says he didn’t learn anything from Ed Reed while in Charm City?

3. Most of the talk after Redskins-Saints is related to Robert Griffin III, but Billy Cundiff probably deserves a bit of attention himself.

About effing time someone started paying attention to RG3, don’t you think?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlSFtmr7vj4

The real question for the Skins? Is the former Heisman Trophy winner REALLY this good or did he play a dreadful defense?

The real question for the Saints? Can things get better or will not having their head coach prove to doom the season?

The other question? Will Nike be able to capitalize on adidas pitchman Griffin’s “Heart”?

I wish I could root for this guy. DAMNIT why did he have to be drafted to DC? For example, I’d LOVE to enjoy this…

…but clearly there’s no chance.

Oh and also! Billy Cundiff made all four of his field goal tries. That seems noteworthy for some reason, I just can’t think of why.

4. The SEC again emphatically proved to be greater than the Big 12. Wait. The hell? Missouri and Texas A&M aren’t in the Big 12 anymore?

I had just sorta figured a college basketball-style “Big 12/SEC Challenge” had been scheduled this weekend. I was as surprised as you.

The story of Georgia/Missouri was the jawing about “Old Man Football”. It was good enough to win…

Also, another look at Mizzou’s unis, please…

The story of Florida/Texas A&M was the Aggies forgetting they play two halves in college football still…

There was however this Ben Malena absolute BLAST for TAMU fans who want to feel better about things…

And since we’re here…did you happen to see the live broadcast of Midnight Yell Practice from Kyle Field Friday night on ESPNU?

There were 40,000 people there. To practice yelling. I have no words. I’m going to wear overalls to Maryland/UConn next week. And then there’s this…

5. Perhaps Mark Sanchez got a lesson in quarterbacking from Matt Barkley this weekend.

For like five seconds as it was storming in New Jersey Saturday there was a thought Syracuse could hang with USC. Nope.

There was a bit of a weather issue in the New York area Saturday (hell…in the Baltimore area too). You might have noticed it if you were watching the U.S. Open semifinal between Andy Murray and Tomas Berdych…

6. Jay Cutler is REALLY happy to have Brandon Marshall, but Matthew Stafford still has Calvin Johnson folks.

You know how good Calvin Johnson is? He had over 100 yards receiving Sunday and NO ONE noticed. No one except Matthew Stafford of course, who needed somewhere to throw the ball to help move past his THREE interceptions…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLSpaBwVE4M

What you missed in that highlight package? Cortland Finnegan chucked an ear pad from Megatron’s helmet to the Rams’ sideline. Dirty? Clever? Rhubarb?

Here’s a picture that shows the Lions cost Floyd Mayweather $100,000 during the first half of the game…

Meanwhile…in the Windy City…the Brandon Marshall experiment is working thus far. Who would have ever thought a tall receiver would be something a NFL team would actually want?

And if I were to ask you, “who is the longest tenured player in Chicago Bears history?”, what would your answer be?

Would your answer have been this?

That’s LS Patrick Mannelly, who began his 15th season with the Bears today.

Don’t worry. No one else has heard of him either.

7. Randy Moss was a difference maker at Lambeau Field. This is not a repeat of a 15-7-0 from 2003.

Quite the day in Green Bay for the Niners Sunday, especially K David Akers…

Well…I guess it was quite the day for everyone involved in the game that DIDN’T try to dunk the ball over the crossbar. I’m looking at you, Vernon Davis…

Here’s Jim Harbaugh’s reaction…

The Packers, Saints and Giants all lost at home on Week 1. Apparently “parity” isn’t just a well known Civil War battleship.

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 27 August 2012 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: WNBA-Washington Mystics @ Indiana Fever (Tuesday 7pm from Indianapolis live WNBA.com), Washington Mystics @ Atlanta Dream (Thursday 7pm from Atlanta live on NBA TV), Washington Mystics @ New York Liberty (Saturday 4pm from New York live on NBA TV); Boxing: Gennady Golovkin vs. Grzegorz Proska (Saturday 9:45pm from Verona, NY live on HBO)

10. Rascal Flatts/Little Big Town (Sunday 5:30pm Merriweather Post Pavilion); Jimmy Buffett (Saturday 8pm Jiffy Lube Live), UPROAR Festival feat. Shinedown/Godsmack/Staind/Papa Roach/P.O.D. (Sunday 1pm Jiffy Lube Live); Okkervil River (Wednesday 8pm Rams Head Live); Sponge (Friday 7pm Recher Theatre); Hugh Laurie with the Copper Bottom Band (Monday 8pm Rams Head on Stage); Steve Vai (Tuesday 8pm Howard Theatre); Charlie Daniels Band (Thursday 7:30pm Rams Head Center Stage); Alanis Morissette “Havoc and Bright Lights” available in stores/on iTunes (Tuesday)

I don’t care much for Rascal Flatts, but I can’t hide my love for Little Big Town. They’re excellent. Their series of covers on YouTube is about as it gets for country music…

I’ll be at JLL Saturday night…anyone else? I plan to bring marshmallows. For throwing. That’s still a thing, right?

I haven’t always been a Shinedown fan, but I enjoy their new song more than you’d expect…

Same for P.O.D….please don’t tell anyone…

9. Maryland State Fair (Tuesday-Monday Timonium Fairgrounds); Maryland Renaissance Festival (Friday-Monday Revel Grove); “Lawless” out in theaters (Wednesday); Finesse Mitchell (Thursday-Saturday Baltimore Comedy Factory); Jake Johannsen (Wednesday-Sunday DC Improv)

I’ll be at the fair Monday. No promises regarding whether I’ll be wearing trousers. I’ll DEFINITELY be enjoying one of these…

Yeah, that’s a fried Oreo. Or really, it’s America.

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Maryland Media Day

Posted on 06 August 2012 by scottzolotorow

New Maryland Football Helmets

Coach Randy Edsall seems confident that his second year will have a much better outcome then his first at Maryland. His Terrapins spun a dismal 2-10 season in his first, so as they say, things can only get better. Edsall and his players were in the spotlight at today’s Media Day Event at the Gossett Team House next to Byrd Stadium. Today’s hot topics were the new 3-4 defense, the FieldTurf, which former University of Maryland and NFL quarterback, Neil O’Donnell, spoke about, and C.J. Brown’s legs.

With C.J. Brown being the only quarterback on the roster with any collegiate experience all eyes are on him and his longevity. The other two QB’s, Perry Hills and Caleb Rowe are both freshman straight out of high school. Brown is the kind of quarterback that uses his athletic ability as his biggest strength, he’s never afraid to run and take a big hit. But with the lack of depth at quarterback with last season’s initial starter, Danny O’Brien departing to Wisconsin, there is no room for injury. “Anytime you think about getting hurt or playing different than you’re used to playing, you’re more prone to injury,” stated Brown.

Brown’s targets are plentiful this season led by fellow captain Kevin Dorsey, a senior who pulled in 45 receptions and three touchdowns last season. Kerry Boykins and Marcus Leak, who combined for 49 receptions a year ago, are for now the number two and three receivers respectively on the depth chart but all eyes are directly aimed at five-star recruit Stefon Diggs from Good Counsel High School. Edsall says that Diggs will be given an opportunity to show what he can do as a wide receiver and as a kick returner, but he’ll have to earn his playing time and he’ll have to continue to play well to keep it. Edsall’s favorite part of his offense is the tight end position. He believes they have an incredible tight end core led by senior Matt Furstenburg, who is on several first team All-ACC lists. Seniors Devonte Campbell and Ryan Schlothauer along with a healthy junior Dave Stinebaugh, give the Terps four reliable targets at the tight end position.

As for the defensive side, Edsall is very excited about the front seven of the Terps new 3-4 scheme brought in by new defensive coordinator, Brian Stewart. Edsall’s biggest concern on the defensive side of the ball is the depth at defensive back, but with Stewart’s specialty being defensive backs, Edsall believes that things can be pulled together to make the unit stronger as a whole. Stewart has been a defensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys and the University of Houston Cougars. The Terps defense returns 10 of 11 starters from a year ago with the addition of Kenny Tate, the stand out linebacker who missed most of last season. The biggest name on the defensive squad is Joe Vellano. This season Vellano will be moving from his usual Nose Tackle spot to Defensive End but he isn’t worried about the position change, he’s excited. Vellano has gained national recognition and is a preseason First Team All-America according to Athlon and a USA Today First Team All-ACC member.

Of course it wouldn’t have been a Maryland press conference without the mentioning of the uniforms and new FieldTurf. Neil O’Donnell compared the new field to a coffee filter as he spoke about the draining system that will filter snow and water through the field creating no puddles. His biggest emphasis on the new field is that “it is actually safer than a natural grass field.” O’Donnell’s team hopes that the field severely decreases the amount of concussions and injuries mentioning that Junior Seau was a good friend of his and that concussions really cause problems to these athletes, something that nobody wants to see.

The new uniforms will have the player’s names on the back of both the home Red and the away white, but only those two. The pride uniforms and black alternate home uniforms will not have the player’s names on them. Captain Joe Vellano said that the players had no idea this was happening but that it was a nice surprise and something that the parents like.

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 10 July 2012 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Pro Lacrosse-MLL Chesapeake Bayhawks @ Rochester Rattlers (Saturday 7pm from Rochester live on Comcast SportsNet/ESPN3.com); Boxing: Amir Khan vs. Danny Garcia (Saturday 11pm from Las Vegas live on HBO); Friday Night Fights-Glen Johnson vs. Andrej Fonfara (Friday 10pm from Chicago live on ESPN2); Soccer: MLS DC United @ Houston Dynamo (Sunday 9pm from Houston live on Comcast SportsNet); Auto Racing: NASCAR Lenox Industrial Tools 301 (Sunday 12pm from Loudon, NH live on TNT)

10. Def Leppard/Poison (Tuesday 5:30pm Merriweather Post Pavilion), Scorpions (Thursday 6:30pm Merriweather Post Pavilion), Jason Aldean/Luke Bryan (Sunday 6pm Merriweather Post Pavilion); Roger Waters (Thursday 8pm Verizon Center); Toby Keith (Saturday 7pm Jiffy Lube Live); Seal/Macy Gray (Tuesday 8pm Wolf Trap), Barenaked Ladies/Big Head Todd and the Monsters (Wednesday 7pm Wolf Trap), Buddy Guy (Thursday 8pm Wolf Trap); Mr. Greengenes (Friday 8pm Power Plant Live); 10 Years (Tuesday 7pm Rams Head Live), Saving Abel (Friday 7pm Rams Head Live); Yonder Mountain String Band (Thursday 8pm Baltimore Soundstage); Shawn Mullins (Tuesday 8pm Rams Head on Stage), Rhett Miller (Thursday 8pm Rams Head on Stage); Neon Trees (Wednesday 7pm 9:30 Club); Morris Day & The Time (Thursday 8pm Howard Theatre); Zac Brown Band “Uncaged” available in stores/on iTunes (Tuesday)

Def Leppard makes quality rock and roll tunes. If you’re into that sorta thing…

Do people not dig Neon Trees as much as I do? The world is confusing.

You think I had never heard of Morris Day before Jay & Silent Bob? You’re absolutely accurate.

I’m so stoked for new ZBB. I also love America. The two are synonymous, you see.

9. Paul Mooney (Friday & Saturday Howard Theatre); Cirque du Soleil “The Immortal: Michael Jackson” (Friday-Sunday Verizon Center); Flip Orley (Thursday-Sunday DC Improv); “American Reunion” available on Blu-Ray/DVD (Tuesday); “Ice Age: Continental Drift” out in theaters (Friday); Caribbean Carnival Festival (Friday-Sunday Clifton Park)

I really wanted American Reunion to be something I would enjoy. I was wrong.

Making life more difficult? I recently found out Shannon Elizabeth was 38. #Suicidal

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A Step in the Right Direction

Posted on 27 June 2012 by jeffreygilley

Perhaps the biggest debate in sports for the past few years has been a playoff system for college football.  Many fans are in favor of a playoff system because it has the potential to better determine a worthy National Champion.

It would be an understatement to say that the Southeastern Conference has dominated college football.  Texas, in 2005, was the last team not from the SEC to win a National Championship.

Since then, no other school besides Alabama, Auburn, Florida, and Louisiana State has won a National Championship with Florida and Alabama winning four of the last six national titles.

Obviously, something had to change.  The computer formulas that are currently in use are just not an effective way of determining the best teams and I am very happy this change has been made.

Formats such as this have been presented in the past but have been laughed at and no progress has been made until now.  For this new system that will go into effect in 2014, a committee will select the top four teams to compete in the playoff system.  The committee will most likely consist of current conference commissioners and athletic directors with the possibility of former coaches.

Strength of schedule will obviously be the biggest criteria for the selection committee to determine the top four teams.  Other criteria will include head-to-head matchups from the season and conference championship results.

So could this playoff system be expanded?  Brian Brennan, an avid college football fan and host of a sports radio show for High Point University believes this is just the beginning.  “This is a step in the right direction,” Brennan said.  “I always thought the BCS was kind of stupid and that because of it the best team didn’t always win every year.  I like the four team playoff but I only feel this is the beginning.  I think it will expand to eight and maybe 10 teams in the future.  It’s as if the four teams are a sample to see how successful this will really be.”

Although this is a possibility, the very people who approved and passed this playoff system recently said that it would not be expanded.  They added that the extra games would increase the possibility of concussions and other injuries.  Presidents also expressed the concern for an expansion in regard to academics.  Saying that an expansion would make football a two-semester sport.

Like Brennan, I do think this system will better determine the best team in the nation and it would be nice to see teams from other conferences win the national title.

If there was a playoff system last season and the top four teams were chosen, LSU would have played Stanford and Alabama would have played Oklahoma State.

Andrew Luck against the Honey Badger, Morris Claiborne and the rest of LSU’s vaunted defense?  Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon against Dre Kirkpatrick, Mark Barron, and the rest of Alabama’s star-studded defense?  Yes please!

These matchups would be riddled with NFL talent and would be a great way for individual players to showcase their abilities to NFL scouts, coaches, and fans alike.

 

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Maryland football gets long odds to win ACC

Posted on 20 June 2012 by WNST Staff

Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv,  Twitter: @BovadaLV).

Odds to win the 2012-2013 BCS National Championship         

USC                             3/1

Alabama                       11/2

LSU                              11/2

Oklahoma                     10/1

Florida State                  12/1

Oregon                          12/1

Georgia                         14/1

Arkansas                      20/1

Michigan                       20/1

Notre Dame                   28/1

Texas                           28/1

Virginia Tech                 30/1

West Virginia                 30/1

South Carolina               30/1

Clemson                       33/1

Nebraska                      40/1

Wisconsin                     40/1

Florida                          50/1

TCU                              50/1

Auburn                          60/1

Michigan State              60/1

Boise State                   65/1

Kansas State                75/1

Miami (Florida)               75/1

Oklahoma State             80/1

Mississippi State           100/1

Missouri                        100/1

Texas A&M                   100/1

Tennessee                    125/1

Cincinnati                      150/1

Iowa                              150/1

Louisville                        150/1

Penn State                    150/1

Arizona                         200/1

Boston College              200/1

BYU                             200/1

California                       200/1

Georgia Tech                 200/1

Pittsburgh                     200/1

Stanford                        200/1

UCLA                            200/1

Washington                   200/1

NC State                       250/1

South Florida                 250/1

UCLA                            250/1

Oregon State                 300/1

Conference Odds

ACC – Odds to Win      

Florida State                  1/1

Virginia Tech                 3/1

Clemson                       5/1

Miami (Florida)               9/1

Georgia Tech                 15/1

North Carolina                     15/1

Virginia                              18/1

NC State                       20/1

Wake Forest                       35/1

Boston College                   50/1

Duke                             100/1

Maryland                              100/1

 

ACC Atlantic Division – Odds to Win    

Florida State                  1/2

Clemson                       11/4

NC State                       9/1

Wake Forest                       16/1

Boston College                   22/1

Maryland                              30/1

 

ACC Coastal Division – Odds to Win    

Virginia Tech                 10/11

Miami (Florida)               9/2

North Carolina                     11/2

Georgia Tech                 6/1

Virginia                              13/2

Duke                             30/1

 

BIG 12 – Odds to Win   

Oklahoma                            1/1

Texas                                4/1

TCU                              11/2

West Virginia                  11/2

Kansas State                12/1

Oklahoma State             22/1

Texas Tech                   30/1

Baylor                           40/1

Iowa State                     65/1

Kansas                             100/1

 

Big East – Odds to Win

Louisville                               9/4

South Florida                      7/2

Cincinnati                             5/2

Pittsburgh                            13/2

Rutgers                         13/2

Syracuse                      20/1

Temple                              20/1

Connecticut                         25/1

 

Big Ten – Odds to Win 

Michigan                               2/1

Wisconsin                            5/2

Nebraska                              7/2

Michigan State              15/2

Penn State                    12/1

Illinois                                20/1

Iowa                                   20/1

Northwestern                 35/1

Purdue                          50/1

Indiana                              65/1

Minnesota                            100/1

 

Big Ten – Leaders Division Winner (Without Ohio State)        

Wisconsin                            1/2

Penn State                    3/1

Illinois                                15/2

Purdue                          10/1

Indiana                              15/1

 

Big Ten – Legends Division Winner    

Michigan                               11/10

Nebraska                              9/4

Michigan State              4/1

Iowa                                   8/1

Northwestern                 12/1

Minnesota                            40/1

 

PAC 12 – Odds to Win  

USC                             5/8

Oregon                              2/1

Washington                         12/1

California                              18/1

Stanford                        25/1

Arizona                         35/1

Utah                             35/1

UCLA                            40/1

Arizona State                50/1

Washington State          50/1

Oregon State                 60/1

Colorado                               100/1

 

PAC 12 – North Division Winner          

Oregon                              2/5

Washington                         5/1

California                              17/2

Stanford                        10/1

Washington State          15/1

Oregon State                 22/1

 

PAC 12 – South Division Winner          

USC                             1/6

Arizona                             10/1

Utah                             10/1

UCLA                            15/1

Arizona State                18/1

Colorado                               30/1

 

SEC – Odds to Win      

Alabama                               11/5

LSU                              11/5

Georgia                             11/2

Arkansas                              7/1

South Carolina                    10/1

Florida                               12/1

Auburn                          22/1

Mississippi State           30/1

Missouri                                35/1

Tennessee                    35/1

Texas A&M                   40/1

Vanderbilt                      60/1

Kentucky                              100/1

Mississippi                          100/1

 

SEC – East Division Winner     

Georgia                             17/10

South Carolina                    5/2

Florida                               3/1

Missouri                                11/1

Tennessee                    11/1

Vanderbilt                      16/1

Kentucky                              25/1

 

SEC – West Division Winner    

Alabama                               8/5

LSU                              8/5

Arkansas                      4/1

Auburn                          12/1

Mississippi State           15/1

Texas A&M                   20/1

Mississippi                          50/1

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