#16 Miami hosts North Carolina on Thursday night to open up ACC play.

The Miami Hurricanes are set to kick-off their ACC schedule Thursday night when the North Carolina Tar Heels roll into town for a nationally televised showdown. The atmosphere is going to be electric. Miami is bringing out their “Miami Nights” jerseys for the first time this season and the crowd is expected to be decked out in black to match the theme of the night.

The Tar Heels were off to a rocky start, losing their first two games of the season to Cal and ECU. It is likely that they would have lost their third consecutive game when the self-proclaimed national champion UCF Knights came to town, but Hurricane Florence had other plans. The game was cancelled and the Heels had an extra week to prepare for the Pittsburgh Panthers.

The Tar Heels wound up winning a shootout and earned their first win of the season 38-35. It was their fourth consecutive victory over the Panthers. Pitt did some damage by putting up 228 rushing yards while averaging 6.3 yards per carry. ECU had similar success in a 41-19 blowout victory over the Heels in week two in which they ran for 220 yards and four touchdowns. If UNC comes to Miami with that soft rushing defense, Miami could have their way with them. And if Pitt and ECU can torch them on the ground, I have to assume that Travis Homer and Deejay Dallas can too.

North Carolina’s Offense

Under center for the Tar Heels is Nathan Elliot. Elliot has been the starting quarterback for North Carolina through three games and has thrown for 669 yards and three touchdowns with four interceptions. However, former North Carolina Mr. Football, Chazz Surratt, is back from his suspension for selling team issued Air Jordan’s. Surratt is just one of 13 North Carolina players that were suspended for at least one game. Surratt struggled as a true freshman last year, winning just one of just eight games that he either started or played significant minutes in. North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora named Elliot as the starter but left the option open of Surratt getting some playing time. In last years’ 24-19 loss to Miami, Elliot went just 16/39 and threw three interceptions and Surratt went 1/3 for 23 yards. Whoever is playing will have some weapons on the outside that shouldn’t be overlooked.

Wide receiver Anthony Ratliff-Williams may be one of the most dynamic playmakers in the entire ACC. Against Pitt, Ratliff-Williams was virtually unstoppable. If Elliot needs to make a play it is safe to assume that he is targeting number 17. Opposite of him is Dazz Newsome, a 5’11 sophomore that has 11 catches for 132 yards and averages 12 yards per catch. Newsome is the guy that Fedora wants to get into open space so he could use his electric speed to crate yards after the catch. Miami is allowing just 145 passing yards per game through four games, which is sixth best in the nation.

Antonio Williams and Jordan Brown have been the workhorses in the backfield. Williams leads the two in carries (39), yards (257) and yards per carry (6.6). The junior back also leads the team in touchdowns with three. Brown, the complimentary back, is averaging 4.4 yards per carry and has two touchdowns of his own. However, the Tar Heels leading rusher from a year ago, Michael Carter, worked his way back into the rotation after missing the first two games due to injury. Carter’s 97 carries for 558 yards and 8 touchdowns last year lead the Heels. Expect to see his workload increase on Thursday.

North Carolina wants to run the ball. They have 103 rushing attempts compared to 62 passing attempts. Unfortunately for the Tar Heels, Miami is fielding the fifth ranked defense against the run, allowing just 78.8 yards per game. The goal for this Hurricanes defense has to be to get Elliot to throw the ball by stuffing the run and let him make his own mistakes.

The most concerning matchup for North Carolina has to be their offensive line, which has given up seven tackles for loss in two consecutive games, going up against Miami’s front seven, which leads the nation in tackles for loss.

North Carolina’s Defense

The Tar Heels are giving up 33.3 points per game which ranks tied for 103rdnationally with New Mexico. Miami, on the other hand, is ranked 18thnationally in scoring offense with 43.5 points per game.

Miami will likely be ushering redshirt freshman quarterback N’Kosi Perry for his first career start. Perry is completing 66.7% of his passes for 317 yards with six touchdowns and two interceptions. If Malik Rosier does in fact get the nod, then the Hurricanes will be led by a redshirt senior with a lot of in-game experience and knowledge of the offense. Rosier has thrown for five touchdowns and has run for five more.

Whoever is under center should be able to sling it all over the field. In their loss to ECU, North Carolina allowed seven players to average over ten yards per catch and three had over 20 yards per catch. The Tar Heels rank 99thnationally with 11.03 yards allowed per reception. Jeff Thomas averaging 26.3 yards per catch, which leads the nation, and Lawrence Cager averaging 19.3 should only dig North Carolina into a deeper hole in that category.

Cole Holcumb, the Tar Heels starting middle linebacker, had a great day in their win against Pitt. He finished the game with 12 total tackles including two big tackles for loss and a sack. Star defensive end Malik Carney is still out due to suspension. Carney had 2.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss in the opener against Cal.


On paper, this matchup does not favor North Carolina in any way, shape or form. But games aren’t won on paper. Miami must go out and simply do what they have been doing. I would not expect the Hurricanes to hold UNC to zero yards for three quarters as they did against FIU, but I could see Miami dominating this game and keeping their foot on the gas. The Heels have struggled against average competition and they now face Miami, who is far and away the most physically talented team that Larry Fedora and the Tar Heels have played thus far. They are easy to run on, their defensive backs aren’t playing very well and they rank in the bottom third in virtually every important defensive stat.

They are 122ndin turnover margin, tied for dead last nationally in turnovers gained with one and 109thin 3rddown defense. I don’t see how this team is going to keep the Hurricanes offense in check. If they played elite offenses I would understand, but they have played Cal, ECU and Pitt.

I think Miami makes a statement in this matchup after allowing UNC to hang around last year in a 24-19 win in Chapel Hill. N’Kosi Perry gets his first official win as a starter and Miami rolls for their fourth consecutive win.

Miami – 45

North Carolina – 17

Miami vs. LSU Preview

(8) Miami vs. (25) LSU



 WHERE: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas


You can’t talk about LSU without acknowledging their supremely talented defense featuring All-American’s Devin White and Greedy Williams. White is the Tigers rover that erupted for 133 tackles in his first full year as a starter. Williams is a long cornerback with elite instincts and ball skills that had six interceptions in 2017. It shouldn’t surprise anybody to see both of these guys taken in the top 10-15 in the 2019 NFL Draft. They are as good as advertised.

Michael Divinity Jr., K’Lavon Chaisson and Jacob Phillips play alongside White at linebacker. Chaisson has extremely high expectations coming into his sophomore year. He has drawn comparisons to former LSU standouts Barkevious Mingo and Arden Key because of his ability to be disruptive off the edge as a pass rusher. He finished with two sacks in his freshman year while playing in 12 games. Divinity Jr. has just 28 career tackles and one career start coming into his junior year. We can expect LSU defensive coordinator, Dave Aranda, to use that group to attack Miami in a similar way that Miami’s Manny Diaz attacks opposing offenses – with a lot of pressure. Chaisson is the guy that Miami is going to see coming in a lot from the edge, but White will be attacking straight up the gut. He had 4.5 sacks a year ago and many seem to believe he was just scratching the surface of his pass rush potential.

Williams is complimented by an extremely talented defensive backs group that features Kristian Fulton, Grant Delpit, true freshman Kelvin Joseph, John Battle, Terrence Alexander and JaCoby Stevens. Those may just sound like names to you right now, but they won’t be Sunday night. It will be the most talented defensive backfield that the Miami Hurricane offense will deal with at any point of this season. Now, that doesn’t mean they are unbeatable. If any receiving group can challenge that unit, it is one that features the talent that Miami is equipped with.

Their defensive line is headlined by junior defensive end Rashard Lawrence, who finished the 2017 season with 3.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks. Sophomore Glen Logan is expected to start at the other end and Texas Tech transfer Breiden Fehoko will be the starter at the nose tackle. The average weight among the three starters is 302 pounds. They are large human beings. It is fair to say that an inexperienced Miami front will be severely challenged by this Tigers defense front seven. Miami’s ability to adjust and attack this unit will absolutely be a determining factor in this matchup.

I am not nearly as confident in their offense as I am their defense. Ohio State graduate transfer quarterback, Joe Burrow, is unproven. Nick Brossette, LSU’s starting running back, has ran for 306 yards in his entire career. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, his backup, has just 31 career rushing yards. The LSU Tigers do not have an established running game for the first time in a very long time. They historically rely on their running game heavily. Just last year they carried the ball 563 times compared to 300 pass attempts. If LSU is going to be successful they need to establish the ground game. Yes, they do have Texas Tech transfer Jonathan Giles who was a thousand-yard receiver with the Red Raiders a couple years ago to help on the outside. They also inherit a couple of blue-chip freshman wide receivers Ja’Marr Chase and Terrace Marshall Jr. who are expected to give a spark to the offense from the get go. But none of those guys have played a single meaningful snap in an LSU uniform.

What I am saying, essentially, is that LSU’s offense is depending on five newcomers – not including offensive lineman. I simply cannot imagine a scenario that LSU is able to get into a consistent rhythm and challenge a veteran-led Miami defense that was ranked first nationally in sacks per game and third in turnovers gained in 2017 that returns nine guys with starting experience.

Malik Rosier is going to be challenged right off the bat by a tenacious defense. If Miami wants to win this game, Rosier needs to be better. It is almost that simple. You can look around the entire country and see teams winning and losing games based purely on the quarterback play. There are no more excuses.

The Hurricanes have a back in Travis Homer with over a 1000 career yards and averages 5.9 yards per carry for his career. Deejay Dallas averaged 5.3 yards per attempt in the time he played running back. Star wide receiver Ahmonn Richards is fully healthy for the first time in over a year and is primed for a break-out season that could potentially be his last in a Canes uniform. Then there is Lawrence Cager, Jeff Thomas, Mike Harley, Mark Pope, Brian Hightower, Evidence Njoku. The list goes on. As talented as LSU’s defensive backfield is, I would take Miami’s receiving corps.

Then you throw in the true freshman tight ends. Brevin Jordan was one of the nation’s top tight ends are a high school senior last year and signing to Miami in December 2017. He was named the day one starter and will consistently play alongside another true freshman out of Jacksonville named Will Mallory.

I believe the Hurricanes offense starts with establishing the running game. In Miami’s loss to Pitt they averaged less than two yards per carry. In a monumental win over Notre Dame they averaged 6.2 yards a carry. If Miami can impose their will in the running game early it’s over. The run game will then open up the passing game and the Hurricanes can keep the LSU defense on their heels. This is, of course, best-case scenario.

The reality is that this is going to be a defensive showdown. Miami has one of the top defenses in the entire country and LSU has a new and unproven offense with their third offensive coordinator is as many years. LSU’s defense is elite and Miami’s offense has proven to be explosive at times, but extremely inconsistent. So many things change over an off-season. There is no film to show any improvements LSU has made offensively. We don’t know if Rosier has improved as much as people around the program have said he has. The issue with these pre-season matchups is that it is all based on speculation until the lights come on.

The Prediction

Let’s talk about coaching really quickly. LSU’s head coach Ed Orgeron has a career coaching record of 31-33. He is, however, 15-6 at LSU. It is a significant turnaround from his first stint in

the SEC at Ole Miss, where he went 10-25 from 2005-2007. Against top 10 opponents, Orgeron is 2-10. Against ranked opponents, he is 7-17.

Mark Richt, on the other hand, has a record of 164-58 and is the reigning ACC Coach of the Year. From a purely coaching standpoint, Miami has the clear upper hand. I think that is one of the quietest factors in this game.

This is a game between unfamiliar opponents that are going to have to feel one another out. It is not like it is the sixth week of the season and they can go watch film on one another schemes and personnel from the past couple of weeks. Both of these teams are establishing new identities that will be displayed openly for the first time on the pitch of grass inside the $1.15 billion-dollar stadium.

Ultimately, I believe the LSU offense against the Miami defense is a much bigger concern than Miami’s offense against the LSU defense. Miami has experience on offense and LSU simply doesn’t. One of their top offensive lineman is suspended for the game and that forces a JuCo transfer in Damien Lewis to have to step in and play right away against a fast and mean Miami front seven.

I don’t believe it is going to be a blow out. I have all the respect in the world for Dave Aranda and his defense, but Miami gets the job done in Jerry World.

Miami Hurricanes: 27

LSU Tigers: 20

College GameDay Picks Week 10


Army at Air Force

Des – Air Force

Thurman – Air Force

Corso – Air Force

Kirk – Army

Gaby – Air Force

Penn State at Michigan State

Des – Penn State

Thurman – Penn State

Corso – Penn State

Kirk – Penn State

Gaby – Penn State

LSU at Alabama 

Des – Alabama

Thurman – Alabama

Corso – Alabama

Kirk – Alabama

Gaby – Alabama

Clemson at NC State

Des – Clemson

Thurman – Clemson

Corso – Clemson

Kirk – Clemson

Gaby – Clemson

Baylor at Kansas

Des – Baylor

Thurman – Baylor

Corso – Baylor

Kirk – Baylor

Gaby – Baylor

Arizona at USC

Des – USC

Thurman – USC

Corso – Arizona

Kirk – USC

Gaby – USC

Stanford at Washington State

Des – Stanford

Thurman – Washington State

Corso – Washington State

Kirk – Stanford

Gaby – Washington State

Texas at TCU

Des – TCU

Thurman – TCU

Corso – TCU

Kirk – TCU

Gaby – TCU

Iowa State at West Virginia 

Des – West Virginia

Thurman – West Virginia

Corso – Iowa State

Kirk – Iowa State

Gaby – Iowa State

Virginia Tech at Miami (Kirk Calling Game)

Des – Miami

Thurman – Miami

Corso – Virginia Tech

Gaby – Miami

Oklahoma at Oklahoma State

Des – Oklahoma State

Thurman – Oklahoma State

Corso – Oklahoma State

Kirk – Oklahoma

Gaby – Oklahoma State

Sold Out Crowd Top 25 — Week 10

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1) Alabama (8-0) – Nick Saban has had we week to get ready with a big matchup against LSU in Tuscaloosa.

2) Georgia (8-0) – The Bulldogs continue to steam roll through the SEC.

3) Ohio State (7-1) – What a massive come from behind win for the Buckeyes against number two Penn State. Ohio State is back in the College Playoff picture, like we knew they would be.

4) Wisconsin (8-0) – The Badgers took care of Illinois and continue to take care of business on their side of the B1G.

5) Clemson (7-1) – Clemson came to play against Georgia Tech. They displayed how dominant they can be once again. When it is all said and done, the Tigers will be in the playoff.

6) Notre Dame (8-1) – Notre Dame is one point away from being undefeated. They showed how good of a team they are in a massive win over a good NC State team. The College Football Playoff committee will be much nicer to Notre Dame than I am being right now. Do not be surprised to see them in the playoff picture later on today.

7) Miami (7-0) – Although they have not put together a comfortable win since Duke in September, Miami escaped October undefeated. The Hurricanes carry the nations longest active winning streak — 12 games. The Canes host Virginia Tech in a matchup that could decide the ACC Coastal.

8) Penn State (7-1) – Penn State was leading the whole game, but could not close it out when it mattered most. A late Ohio State touchdown was the dagger for the Nittany Lions, who fell 39-38.

9) Oklahoma (7-1) – The Sooners took care of a powerful Texas Tech offense on the road. It was a homecoming for Baker Mayfield, who started his career with the Red Raiders. Bedlam looms on the horizon in a big College GameDay matchup.

10) Virginia Tech (7-1) – The Hokies have outscored their last three opponents 106-20. Their team is clicking on all cylinders and Justin Fuente believes they are the best team in the ACC. They will have to prove that against a tough Miami team in a top 10 matchup in South Florida.

11) Oklahoma State (7-1) – The Cowboy offense stalled a bit against Texas last weekend, but bounced back in a big way at West Virginia. Stillwater is going to be absolutely nuts for this weekends matchup with Oklahoma.

12) TCU (7-1) – Turnovers killed the Horned Frogs who dropped a big game at Iowa State. The Big 12 just got a lot more interesting. The Frogs travel to Austin to take on a confident Texas team that could be catching the Frogs at a great time.

13) Washington (7-1) – The Huskies are still in a position to win the PAC 12 and they probably will. The loss to Arizona State put them on the back burner, but they are still very relevant. It must be those 10:30 start times.

14) UCF (7-0) – This team will not lose. Period. I wonder where Scott Frost will end up next year?

15) USC (7-2) – After getting demolished by Notre Dame, the Trojans put a similar beat down on Arizona State in a Pac 12 After Dark game. They host Khalil Tate and the potent Wildcat offense this weekend.

16) Stanford (6-2) – Last week, I talked about the risk factor in Thursday night road games. Oregon State gave Stanford a real scare, but the Cardinal found a way to pull it out.

17) Iowa State (6-2) – Matt Campbell has something going on in Ames. You will not find one person that would have told you that Iowa State would beat two top five teams this season. Oh, and they are playing their third string quarterback.

18) LSU (6-2) – The Tigers had a bye week to get ready for this weeks game, but so did Alabama. This matchup is always one of the best of the season and I expect this to be another great game. LSU plays hard and Alabama needs to respect them.

19) Auburn (6-2) – The SEC had plenty of bye weeks for some reason. Auburn has to travel to College Station to take on a Texas A&M team that just got smoked by Mississippi State. The Tigers host Georgia in two weeks.

20) Mississippi State (6-2) – Since dropping two straight (Georgia and Auburn) the Bulldogs have won three straight. They will likely make it four when as they host UMass this coming Saturday.  Memphis (7-1) – Memphis’ only loss on the year came against a UCF team that does not look like they are going to lose at all. They have beaten two ranked teams this year and continue to prove they are worthy of being at least talked about.

21) NC State (6-2) – The Wolfpack suffered a tough loss to Notre Dame, but they kept it close in the first half. Notre Dame is as good as they have been and teams like NC State cannot always over come those types of teams. They are still very much in the picture in the ACC and they host Clemson in a game that will likely decide the ACC Atlantic. USF (7-1) – Unfortunately for the Bulls, their undefeated streak comes to an end in a tough home loss to Houston. They travel to Connecticut to take on the Huskies. Memphis (7-1) – Memphis’ only loss on the year came against a UCF team that does not look like they are going to lose at all. They have beaten two ranked teams this year and continue to prove they are worthy of being at least talked about.

22) Memphis (7-1) – Memphis’ only loss on the year came against a UCF team that does not look like they are going to lose at all. They have beaten two ranked teams this year and continue to prove they are worthy of being at least talked about.

23) USF (7-1) – Unfortunately for the Bulls, their undefeated streak comes to an end in a tough home loss to Houston. They travel to Connecticut to take on the Huskies.

24) Arizona (6-2) – If you have not heard of Khalil Tate you have to go search him up right now. The Wildcats quarterback is averaging 13.4 yards per carry and has 926 yards rushing with eight touchdowns. He has had a run go for over 70 yards in four consecutive games. That is something nobody has done in 10 years. The Wildcats have also won four straight games. They hope to make that five when they take on USC in Pasadena.

25) Michigan (6-2) – Welcome back, Wolverines. You have a couple of extremely winnable games coming up before you travel to Madison to take on Wisconsin. Prove that you belong.

College GameDay Week 9 Picks



Oklahoma State at West Virginia

Des – Oklahoma State

Nicklaus – Oklahoma State

Corso – Oklahoma State

Kirk – Oklahoma State

Gaby – Oklahoma State


TCU at Iowa State

Des – TCU

Nicklaus – TCU

Corso – Iowa State

Kirk – TCU

Gaby – TCU


NC State at Notre Dame

Des – Notre Dame

Nicklaus – Notre Dame

Corso – Notre Dame

Kirk – Notre Dame

Gaby – Notre Dame


Georgia at Florida

Des – Georgia

Nicklaus – Georgia

Corso – Georgia

Kirk – Georgia

Gaby – Georgia


Mississippi State at Texas A&M

Des – Texas A&M

Nicklaus – Texas A&M

Corso – Texas A&M

Kirk – Texas A&M

Gaby – Texas A&M


Washington State at Arizona

Des – Arizona

Nicklaus – Washington State

Corso – Arizona

Kirk – Arizona

Gaby – Arizona


USC at Arizona State

Des – USC

Nikalus – Arizona State

Corso – Arizona State

Kirk – Arizona State

Gaby – USC


Michigan State at Northwestern

Des – Michigan State

Nicklaus – Michigan State

Corso – Michigan State

Kirk – Michigan State

Gaby – Michigan State


Penn State at Ohio State

Des – Ohio State

Nicklaus – Ohio State

Corso – Ohio State

Kirk – Ohio State

Gaby – Penn State

Sold Out Crowd Top 25 — Week 9

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1) Alabama (8-0) – Nothing much to see here.

2) Penn State (7-0) – What a statement win for James Franklin and his team.

3) Georgia (7-0) – The Bulldogs were sitting back and relaxing this weekend and they get ready for the Florida Gators next weekend.

4) TCU (7-0) – Holding a team to 21 total yards is unbelievable, even if it is Kansas.

5) Wisconsin (7-0) – The high ranking did not get to the Badgers head. They took care of business against Maryland

6) Clemson (6-1) – Clemson had a bye this week. They play Georgia Tech in Atlanta in primetime.

7) Miami (6-0) – Another close win for the Hurricanes against a Syracuse team that just finished beating sixth ranked Clemson.

8) Ohio State (6-1) – The Buckeyes had all eyes on the Penn State smacking of Michigan. Ohio State hosts second ranked Penn State in the Horseshoe on Saturday night.

9) Notre Dame (7-1) – Notre Dame always gets special treatment when they are good. This is not special treatment — they have just been extremely impressive. A massive win over USC at home will give you the respect you deserve.

10) Oklahoma (6-1) – It took a very late touchdown to beat Kansas State in regulation. As I have mentioned, it is not easy to win in Manhattan. The Sooners found a way to get it done.

11) Oklahoma State (6-1) – It has been quite some time since we have seen the Cowboys offense struggle, but it seems like Texas tests every offense they face. This is a big win for Oklahoma State over a good team.

12) Virginia Tech (6-1) – Virginia Tech blew out a bad North Carolina team. They host their second straight team from North Carolina when Duke strolls into town Saturday night.

13) Washington (6-1) – Washington had a bye week to figure out what went wrong against Arizona State. They host UCLA next weekend for a chance to bounce back.

14) Washington State (7-1) – It is clear to me now that the Cougars overlooked Cal. They sharpened back up and shut out a well-coached Colorado team.

15) South Florida (7-0) – Just keep winning, Bulls. I want to see USF and UCF both play while undefeated.

16) NC State (6-1) – NC State had to be impressed with what they saw Notre Dame do to USC. A bye week should help get the Wolfpack ready to get another win as underdogs in South Bend.

17) UCF (6-0) – A big road win at Navy for the Knights. It is all set up perfectly for November 24 when USF comes into town.

18) Michigan State (6-1) – Not the prettiest win for the Spartans over Indiana, but a win is a win.

19) Stanford (5-2) – Those midweek games can be testy, but coming off a bye week should help the Cardinal be ready for whatever the Beavers throw at them on Thursday night.

20) USC (6-2) – The Trojans got exposed on Saturday. I do not believe that Notre Dame is more talented, but that they were more prepared as a unit that USC was. I thought this game would be the Trojans chance to solidify themselves as a national contender, but they are pretenders once again.

21) LSU (6-2) – What a turn around by this team. If not for Troy, LSU would be a top 15 team. To bounce back from a loss like that with wins against Florida, Auburn, and Ole Miss is impressive. They have two weeks to prepare for Alabama. Good luck, Tighas.

22) Auburn (6-2) – The Tigers bounced back against Arkansas by handing them a quality 32-point loss.

23) West Virginia (5-2) – Baylor has given scares to Oklahoma and West Virginia this year. Finding a way to win means a lot to the committee because winning is better than losing (duh). A matchup with Texas next weekend is going to be exciting for Big 12 fans.

24) Memphis (6-1) – A big Thursday night win against Houston leaves Memphis on this list by the skin of their teeth. But, say it with me guys, “A win is a….”

25) Iowa State (5-2) – Yeah, you heard me. Their only two losses came against very strong teams and they were both close games. They have won three straight games: Oklahoma, Kansas (shutout), and Texas Tech. This team has looked brand new since the Oklahoma win and they deserve to be ranked.

College GameDay Week 8 Picks



Louisville at Florida State

Des – Louisville

Carter – Louisville

Corso – Louisville

Kirk – Florida State

Gaby – Florida State


Oklahoma State at Texas

Des – Oklahoma State

Carter – Oklahoma State

Corso – Oklahoma State

Kirk – Oklahoma State

Gaby – Oklahoma State


Syracuse at Miami

Des – Syracuse

Carter – Miami

Corso – Miami

Kirk – Miami

Gaby – Miami


UCF at Navy 

Des – UCF

Carter – UCF

Corso – UCF

Kirk – UCF

Gaby – UCF


Georgia Southern at UMASS

Des – Georgia Southern

Carter – Georgia Southern

Corso – UMass

Kirk – UMass

Gaby – UMass


Iowa State at Texas Tech

Des – Texas Tech

Carter – Iowa State

Corso – Texas Tech

Kirk – Texas Tech

Gaby – Texas Tech


LSU at Ole Miss

Des – LSU

Carter – LSU

Corso – LSU

Kirk – Ole Miss

Gaby – LSU


USC at Notre Dame

Des – Notre Dame

Carter – Notre Dame

Corso – USC

Kirk – Notre Dame

Gaby – USC

Michigan at Penn State (Kirk Calling Game)

Des – Michigan

Carter – Penn State

Corso – Penn State

Gaby – Penn State