10) Wisconsin Badgers
The Badgers problem is this game was probably a let down after last week’s huge emotional win over Michigan, but no matter the reason, yesterday’s performance was a disappointment.
The Irish were coming off a tough loss to Georgia and they were playing a good Virginia team, and they didn’t just play them they handled them impressively.
Questions still surround the Gators and playing Towson does not provide any answers, but those answers will be provided shortly.
The Tigers are a strong football team and capable of giving an SEC title a run.
Jalen Hurts continues to roll as does the entire Sooner offens. The questions remain on defense but they are looking much improved from last year’s.
The Bulldogs had a bye after a great win over Notre Dame last week.
Questions have to be asked after a narrow escape at Chapel Hill yesterday. The offense is not firing on all cylinders yet and the defense is not what it was last year. Remember last year at this time people had the same questions and the coaching staff got those questions answered. Can they do it again?
With a big-time quarterback and offense, the Tigers only question is what happens when they play a physical defense? They play in the SEC, so that answer is coming soon.
A stud quarterback and 4 of the top-10 wide receivers in the country leaves no questions on offense, but the defense doesn’t look as stout as past years.
They have played no great teams as of yet but the competition has been better than what Alabama has played so far. Chase Young may be the best player in all of College Football.
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