It’s Portal Mania Day

Should have posted a new article this morning when I wished everyone a Happy Portal Day. Went outside around 9:30am and came in around 1:15PM. and 55 new comments had been made.

I will try to remember to post a new article in April when the second Happy Portal Day occurs.

To catch up on the portal discussions, please read the 12/5/22 comments in the prior article.

2022 Season Up Next: Pitt at Miami

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, I will be doing a condensed version of the Up Next articles. I will only be showing Miami stats and data. Yes, there will be some Pitt – Miami comparisons but no Pitt names and stats.

Last week, on Senior’s Day, Pitt beat the Duke Blue Devils 28 – 26. Pitt is now 7 – 4 (4-3 Conf, 3-1 OOC) and is tied with Duke for second place in the Coastal.

Miami played at Clemson and were crushed 40 – 10. The Canes had a total of 98 yards of offense. Speaking of offense, the Canes fans are offended by OC Josh Gattis.

Miami is now 5 – 6 (3-4 Conf, 2-2 OOC) and occupies fifth place in the Coastal. Saturday is Miami’s Senior Day. Miami is hoping for a win to both celebrate the Senior’s and become bowl eligible.

Below is the schedule for both teams. I have added offensive/defense scoring stats for the five common Coastal Division opponents.

Here are the NCAA offensive stats comparison after week 12 action:

Continue reading “2022 Season Up Next: Pitt at Miami”

ACC Bowl Tie-ins

To get a discussion started here are some links,

The ACC’s bowl tie-in’s:

Another link to consider is this one from College Football News (CFN). I suggest you read it because outside of the Orange Bowl there is no pecking order in the ACC. Be aware that Notre Dame will probably take the second or third best bowl.

Notice there is no MAC conference official tie-in. At this time, including Notre Dame, there are 10 bowl eligible ACC teams.

Two other teams can be bowl eligible if they win their last game – Georgia Tech vs. Georgia and Miami vs. Pitt