Friday, November 20, 2015

SKSergiokosco: CFB Week 12 Preview

By: Tre Bailey

SKSergioKosco Blogger

Another week in the books. And plenty to talk about. With the season coming to an end teams are making their last push to try to find themselves in the conversation for the College Football Playoff.

Weekly Recap

Another upset is upon us my friends, well I’m not sure it’s an upset, but from what I saw it was a pretty good game. Baylor finally fell to OU at home this past weekend. OU managed to potentially knock Baylor out of the playoff picture and reinstated their name into the conversation. Staying within the conference Oklahoma State won their 10th straight game this season. Looking better than ever, OSU faces Baylor in a tough matchup this weekend. Good thing it’s a home game for the cowboys who are a pretty tough team to beat at Boone Pickens Stadium.

Ohio State remains unbeaten going into its final 2 games of the season. The remainder of the buckeyes schedule consist of MSU at home, and Michigan on the road. While the Buckeys are looking to defend their title, the Spartans are looking to wiggle their way to the top rankings, and the only way they can do that is defeating the buckeyes. On the eastern side of the Big 10 Iowa is running the tables only facing a poor purdue team this coming weekend. The Hawkeyes will most likely remain undefeated the remainder of the season giving them a legit chance at a playoff spot.

In the SEC there appears to be on clear favorite. Sadly that is Alabama; they have managed to pull away from everyone else in the SEC and are sitting in a category of their own. Henry is running the ball with conviction showing no mercy to opposing defenses. His counterpart at LSU Leanord Fournette has had little to no production in their previous opponents of Alabama and Arkansas. The disappointment of the losses forced LSU out of the playoff picture. While Florida has secured a position in the SEC championship game potentially playing Alabama for the conference title. They can cause catastrophe in the whole playoff picture which everyone would be shocked about. Personally id be one happy camper if Alabama managed to fall.

The Pac 12 has officially been eliminated from playoff contention, with Stanford being the hopeful of the whole conference, they would need a lot of help to find their way in the playoff picture. It’s sad to see because the Pac 12 plays pretty good football, I guess there is always next year

Finally the ACC is being controlled by Clemson as one could have predicted. With a pretty easy schedule to close out the season, look for their matchup with North Carolina in the conference championship. That game has always been a solid matchup and one im sure everyone would love to see. Pittsburg would be next in line if UNC manages to somehow lose their last 2 games of the season. But the way they have been playing ball this season I don’t expect to see this happen

Now the new rankings were released Monday evening and I must say I am not shocked at all. I have finally come to terms that Alabama will be in the standings no matter what. But it seems like the voters are really puling for Notre Dame to make it in as well. Which OKstate should be the 4th team in with the caliber of football they have been playing this year.  

The current CFP top 10 look a little something like this:

1)      Clemson 10-0
2)      Alabama 9-1
3)      Ohio State 10-0
4)      Notre Dame 10-1
5)      Iowa 10-0
6)      Oklahoma State 10-0
7)      Oklahoma 9-1
8)      Florida 9-1
9)      Michigan State 9-1
10)  Baylor 8-1

My top CFP top 10 is similar with but I feel more accurate after close consideration

1)      Clemson 10-0
2)      Alabama 8-1
3)      Ohio State 10-0
4)      OkState 10-0
5)      Iowa 10-0
6)      Notre Dame 9-1
7)      Oklahoma 9-1
8)      Florida 9-1
9)      Michigan State 9-1
10)   Baylor 9-1
Memphis in Review

Another weekend another loss, the Tigers have lost some rhythm after losing to navy 2 weeks ago. The tigers will want to win out this season to find themselves in a decent bowl game. With Temple and Smu remaing the tigers shouldn’t have a problem winning the remainder of the games,
Heisman Watch

A Small update to my Heisman standings. Based off of performance as an individual and overall team success.
1)      Derrick Henry- The dynamic playmaker for the crimson tide. Always reliable, and the reason Alabama still has a chance.
2)      Baker Mayfield- having a monster year for the Sooners, he led his team over an undefeated Baylor team
3)      Ezekiel Elliot- The third best running back in the NCAA and probably one of the most versatile. A threat in the pass and ground game he is definitely a candidate.
4)      Leanord Fournette- The current leading rusher and heart and soul of the LSU offense. For obvious reasons finding his way to the top of my list

Recruiting Spotlight

Kyle Davis (WR) Archer High School, Lawrenceville, Ga
This kid has great size and hands, he runs crisp clean routes and can track the ball through the air. His athleticism makes up for his average 4.63 40 speed but standing at 6’3’’ he makes a great outside downfield receiver. Currently uncommitted, some of his choices are Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss, Ohio State and more.

News Updates

Rumors arose that Charlie Strong was in line for the Miami head coaching position. He held a press conference to diffuse these rumors and put them to rest. Not a day later did the athletic department say that if Strong left that they are more than prepared to make an offer to Nick Saban to have him as the head coach. It almost seems that the fans and athletic department want to rush strong out of town, the man hasn’t even been there 2 years and hasn’t had a full recruiting class touch the field yet. Give him time and the organization will be fine.

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Friday, November 13, 2015

UFC 193 Fantasy Kountermove/DraftKings MMA Lineup Advice

UFC 193 Fantasy Kountermove/DraftKings MMA Lineup Advice

By: Dylan Smith (@FightMartian)

UFC 193 is lining up to be a blockbuster hit, all the way from the land down under in Melbourne, Australia the UFC will attempt to set a new attendance record by packing 70,000+ raucous Aussie fans into Etihad Stadium. Headlining the event will be the UFC's biggest most transcendent star, Ronda Rousey along with her strawweight counterpart Joanna Jedrzejczyk as they look to defend their titles against some big underdogs in Holly Holm and Valerie Letourneau. The UFC has done its part promoting this event all over the world and putting together a great lineup of fights that ensure it will be a sure fire hit and all 70,000 fans get their money's worth.
From a fantasy perspective, this card has some truly juicy match ups available and plenty of value across the board with some live dogs and fights that have a high potential of finishes. I will delve deeper into these matchups and provide a lineup that will be playable in both Kountermove and DraftKings fantasy MMA lineups.

 I have been playing on sites like Kountermove and DraftKings since early 2012 with profitable success and am now here to provide you with all the knowledge you will need to get some cash in your pocket with a stellar lineup. 

I will be breaking down fighters in three categories; 

Value Plays
The fighters in this category will be either underdogs or have even odds with a high potential for a finish. These picks are key as they carry lower cap prices and mostly go underused in favor of fighters that are favorites.

Fighters that are considered "locks" will be the anchor of your lineups. These fighters are the odds on favorite and usually carry a high cap price but justify it with either a finish or high activity which will result in a lot of points.

Generally there will be a few fights you want to avoid for fantasy purposes on every UFC card. Fighters that land themselves in this category are usually inconsistent or face an unfavorable matchup that causes them to be irrelevant to fantasy lineups.

  Each of these categories will be determined by the fighters matchup and the fantasy value they will provide. Remember, we are talking fantasy points here so even if a fighter is a favorite he/she may not be a good fantasy prospect depending on the style of the fighter. In a fantasy lineup you want fighters that will give you the most bang for your buck with knockouts, submissions, or highly active fighters who may not score a finish but will rack up points based on a high output.

 I will create a lineup that will be playable in both Kountermove and DraftKings based off these categories. You can choose to play my exact lineup or just create your own based off the information provided.


Ronda Rousey (C)

DraftKings ($11,400)
Kountermove ($6,000)

With 11 out of 12 first round finishes in her career there shouldn't be any convincing as to why Rousey should be locked into your lineup. As a 20-1 favorite the oddsmakers are basically guaranteeing a victory for the bantamweight champion. If she does win in usual first round fashion that's an extra 100 points you can add to your lineup.

Joanna Jedrzejczyk (C)

DraftKings ($11,300)
Kountermove ($6,100)

As an even bigger betting favorite than Ronda Rousey, Joanna Jedrzejczyk (aka JJ) is also a lock to defend her title successfully on Saturday night. This fight should be fun while it lasts as both women specialize in striking and will not hold back on the feet. That being said, JJ is on another level right now with her striking and has shown to be not only one of the most technically sound women in the UFC but also one of its best overall strikers.

Mark Hunt 

DraftKings ($10,500)
Kountermove ($5,300)

This fight has a high probability of ending with a knockout as Mark Hunt and Antonio Silva are capable of finishing the fight at anytime. I'm going with the "Super Samoan" in this one because I just don't think Silva's chin will hold up this time against one of best KO artist in the game. After their first fight Silva failed a drug test for elevated testosterone and hasn't looked the same since. After serving a nine month suspension he has lost by KO to Andrei Arlovski and Frank Mir and if he chooses to exchange bombs with Hunt again then he is almost assuredly going down. 

Value Plays

Ryan Benoit 

DraftKings ($9,400)
Kountermove ($4,900)

Benoit put himself on the map as one of the best prospects of the flyweight division after a TKO win over Sergio Pettis at UFC 190 in Dallas, TX. Although he is a slight underdog against his opponent, Ben Nguyen, Benoit boast a 100% finish rate when he wins and will look to continue that trend come Saturday night. I expect Benoit to pull off the upset and overwhelm Nguyen with his fast paced aggressive style in route to continuing his ascension up the flyweight rankings.

Robert Whittaker

DraftKings ($9,600)
Kountermove ($4,800)

In a potential fight of the night pitting two pure strikers against each other, this fight has a ton of potential value. With 12 of 14 victories coming by KO/submission, I'm going with Whittaker as a contrarian pick because everyone is high on Uriah Hall after his recent upset KO victory over Gegard Mousasi. Hall comes in as a late replacement and is on a two fight win streak but has proved to be inconsistent throughout his UFC career as he has failed to live up to high expectations after coming off the ultimate fighter. I think this is a perfect time to take Whittaker as a slight underdog and capitalize on the Hall hype train.

Dan Kelly

DraftKings ($9,000)
Kountermove ($4,600)

Kelly comes into this fight as a 2-1 underdog against TUF vet Steve Montgomery. Kelly is fresh off his first career loss against the stone handed Sam Alvey and will come into this fight looking to get another win streak going. Specializing in Judo, I think Kelly is more well rounded than Montgomery with his skill set and will be able to control where the fight takes place. The value in Kelly is his submission ability against the much less versed ground game of Montgomery and I think that will be his path to victory Saturday night. 


Jared Rosholt

DraftKings ($9,500)
Kountermove ($4,600)

Although usually you want to put heavyweights in your fantasy lineup I am fading this fight altogether. Rosholt is a durable wrestler and his fight are generally not fantasy friendly. While his 7-foot opponent Stefan Struve will have a significant advantage on the feet, I think Rosholt will nullify that by keeping the giant Dutchmen off his feet and on his back by attacking relentlessly with takedowns. Rosholt may pull off the victory with this method, but don't expect a ton of points for it.

Anthony Perosh

DraftKings ($8,500)
Kountermove ($4,400)

Perosh returns to his homeland in Australia as a big time underdog against Gian Villante. Perosh didn't look good at all in his last fight out which he lost by TKO and it seems the 43 year olds age might just be catching up to him. Don't be tempted by the low price point on Perosh as I think he is significantly outmatched by his much younger, stronger opponent.

Kyle Noke 

DraftKings ($9,500)
Kountermove ($4,700)

Noke is another Australian with an unfavorable matchup. However, it's not so much his opponent that makes Noke a fade in fantasy lineups as it is himself. Noke has failed to impress after returning from a 2 year layoff going 1-1 since with that win coming by split decision in an uneventful fight against Jonavin Webb. As an underdog I don't think there is much value in Noke as a fantasy option because even with a upset victory (most likely by decision) I'm not sure he will return value with his mid price range. 

DraftKings Lineup

Ronda Rousey ($11,400)
Robert Whittaker ($9,600)
Dan Kelly ($9,000)
Ryan Benoit ($9,400)
Mark Hunt ($10,500)

Kountermove Lineup

Ronda Rousey ($6,000)
Ryan Benoit ($4,900)
Dan Kelly ($4,600)
Akbarh Arreola ($4,200)
Mark Hunt ($5,300)

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SKSergiokosco: CFB Week 11 Preview

By: Tre Bailey
SKSergioKosco Blogger

There is a huge weekend ahead of us coming up, playoff hopes can be retained or lost this weekend which excites me. This is why I love college football, this is why everyone should love college football. Just a reminder; we are still running our Sergiokosco tank top give away. The first to comment Don’t Blink will receive a tank of their choosing.

Weekly Recap

What an exciting weekend of college football ahead of us. The playoff dream ended for some teams, and others managed to stay alive. While there is one team who did loose who is still in the running for the playoff spot. LSU unfortunately lost to Alabama for another consecutive year, which angered possibly the whole nation outside of Alabama. The crimson tide managed to hold Leonard Fournette to a season low of rushing yards. While Derrick Henry shined, and carried the Bama offense on his back. See LSU had one Job and that was to beat Alabama, now the biased Playoff voting committee has even more of a reason to rank the tide higher of where they should be. Hopefully Miss St. can hand Bama that second loss of the season knocking them out of playoff contention. Now that being said if LSU remains goes on to win out of the conference they can still find themselves in the conference title game. Hopefully Alabama can take another loss, I’m sick and tired of all of the biased voters keeping them alive.

Another upset occurred this last weekend. While I don’t personally believe it was an upset, a lot of people may have counter Oklahoma State out. If you go back to some of my past articles you may see that I said Ok State would be the dark horse of the conference. And a huge win against TCU proved just that. Tied with Baylor for #1 in the conference the teams are just one week away from playing the biggest games of their season. Oklahoma State plays a flat Iowa State team while Baylor has a huge matchup against Oklahoma. At this point of the season both teams are playing for the respect of the voters, and possibly the 4th and final playoff spot. Baylor’s remaining schedule is Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, and Texas while Oklahoma State has Iowa State, Baylor, and Oklahoma to close the season out. Expect to see a lot of passionate football being played the next 3-4 weeks from both teams. Personally whichever team finds a way to remain undefeated more than deserves to be in the playoff picture over any one loss team that is considered without a doubt in my mind.

Along side of the TCU upset, Michigan faced one of their own over a controversial call to end the game. Many say the Nebraska receiver stepped out of bounds on his own. The refs say he was forced out. whatever the case may be i am a happy fan seeing Michigan State lose, and them being knocked out of playoff contention.

Some of you may ask why I have so much animosity towards Alabama, well for one they are a great program and I will never take anything away from them in that aspect. But the deal is the SEC is overrated compared to previous seasons. And with the new playoff voting system true favoritism shows within the SEC. Alabama is a one loss team, but ranked second in the nation. There are plenty of undefeated teams worthy of being ranked in the top 4 above BOTH Notre Dame and Alabama both of which have lost a game. The playoff system shows absolutely no respect for the BIG 12, a conference in which has been playing exceptional football this year, The Pac-12 which is the most competitive conference in the nation. The BIG 10 which has some of the most underrated teams out there. There is absolutely no reason Baylor shouldn’t be ranked in the top 4 with the nation’s number one offense, Oklahoma State who just came off of a huge win against TCU, Iowa who has one of the better defenses out there right now and is playing lights out football. There is so much wrong with the new system that it’s almost painful to watch a lot of these teams get out right disrespected because some committee thinks Alabama is just the end all be all of college football.

The current CFP top 10 look a little something like this:
1)      Clemson 9-0
2)      Alabama 8-1
3)      Ohio State 9-0
4)      Notre Dame 8-1
5)      Iowa 9-0
6)      Baylor 8-0
7)      Stanford 8-1
8)      OkState 9-0
9)      Lsu 7-1
10)  Utah 8-1

My top CFP top 10 is similar with but I feel more accurate after close consideration:
1)      Ohio State 9-0
2)      Clemson 9-0
3)      Baylor 8-0
4)      Iowa 9-0
5)      OkState 9-0
6)      Alabama 8-1
7)      Stanford 8-1
8)      Notre Dame 8-1
9)      Lsu 7-1
10)   Florida 8-1
Memphis in Review

I am so so so disappointed at the tigers and the way they performed against Navy last weekend. Ultimately they held their own destiny in the palm of their hands. With this loss it completely eliminates them from playoff contention. But do not fret my friends, the tigers can still land themselves in a truly respectable bowl game if they can bounce back and win out the remainder of the season. They face a tough challenge going into Houston this weekend. Followed by Temple next weekend. Closing with SMU as the season finale. While the tigers have a tough road schedule ahead of them they still have tons of hope.

Heisman Watch

A Small update to my Heisman standings. Based off of performance as an individual and overall team success.
1)      Corey Coleman- I had the opportunity to play against him in high school and his playmaking ability is surreal. It has only gotten better during his career at Baylor.
2)      Derrick Henry- The dynamic playmaker for the crimson tide. Always reliable, and the reason Alabama still has a chance.
3)      Leanord Fournette- The current leading rusher and heart and soul of the LSU offense. For obvious reasons finding his way to the top of my list
4)      Ezekiel Elliot- The second best running back in the NCAA and probably one of the most versatile. A threat in the pass and ground game he is definitely a candidate.
5)      Christian McCaffrey- An absolute sleeper and playmaker for Stanford. Great ball carrying ability and deceptive speed.
6)      Trevone Boykin- The most dynamic quarterback in one of the most dynamic offenses. If TCU finishes undefeated he will definitely be in the race.

Game of the week

 Oklahoma vs Baylor: This game has huge playoff implications on the line. specifically for Baylor. OU will be looking to ruin the Bears season with a victory, and possibly create a 4 way tie for the conference champion. On the other hand Baylor seeks its 3rd consecutive title and potentially its first playoff birth. This game will be more than exciting with two very good offenses and defenses facing off against one another. 

Recruiting Spotlight

Nick Bosa: Sr, Fort Lauderdale, FL Saint Thomas Aquinas High School
Some of you may know his older brother Joey Bosa who currently plays for Ohio State, and is one of the best defensive ends in the nation. Little brother looks to follow his brother’s footsteps continuing his career at Ohio State as well. This play maker has tremendous strength and the ability to set the edge. He has great pass rushing ability, and is a natural for the game of football. Unfortunately he suffered a season ending ACL injury, but is on pace to join the buckeyes over the summer for freshman camp. 

News Updates

I recently caught news that Leonard Fournette’s family is currently under investigation for possible NCAA violations. While this can just be a formality, keep your eyes out for a developing story in the near future. We most likely won’t hear anything until the season is over oddly enough but it is worth looking out for.

 JT Barrett’s arrest 2 weeks ago caught the national spotlight as he just regained his role as the Buckeyes starter. While he has been punished properly, and the situation has seemed to have died down TMZ a site famous for releasing embarrassing videos managed to get their grimy hands on a copy of the dash cam from when Barrett was arrested. Just goes to show that when things seem to be getting better something comes back to bite you 

Lastly there are currently 10 Schools in need of a new head coach. The updated list can be found here. USC, Miami,  Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Maryland, Central Florida, Minnesota, Illinois, North Texas, and Hawaii

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Friday, November 6, 2015

SKSergiokosco: CFB Week 10 Preview

By: Tre Bailey
SKSergioKosco Blogger

Before we get started this week I just wanted everyone to know that here at SergioKosco; we are committed to our fans and just wanted to do a little something to give back to you all. We will be hosting our first SergioKosco tank give away, the first person to comment the phrase “don’t blink” will receive a free SergioKosco tank of their choosing. Best of luck to all, and now time for the main attraction.

Weekly Recap

If you haven’t heard already, Frank Beamer; head coach of Virginia tech has decided that this will be his final rodeo for the Hokies. This decision is shocking to some, but to others well they saw it coming. Coach Beamer will always be a Virginia Tech Legend and hopeful can lead his team to a few more victories before his time is done. With the news of his retirement; another head coaching position just opened, this offseason will be full of coaching moves and honestly I think it will be very exciting.

While we caught news of a coach retiring, we also caught news of a coach having to suspend one of his players. Yes I am talking about JT Barrett being suspend for this Saturday’s game against a Minnesota team who gave Michigan a run for their money. Coming off of his first start since breaking his ankle last year, JT finds himself sidelined again after being cited for Operating a Vehicle Impaired. His lack of judgement led to questions of if he should even be a captain on the team aside for being suspended. Ultimately he will face a one game suspension, loss of scholarship for the summer term, and having to earn the trust of his team back. Consider this punishment light, luckily the buckeyes have Cardale Jones ready to go, although he hasn’t lived up to the 3 game hype of last year’s championship drive; he is still undefeated as a starter and you can’t take that away from anyone.

Now it is that time of the year where the committee begins to vote on the playoff rankings. Personally I think this system is flawed, and a bunch of people who don’t know a thing about football attempt to pick the best 4 teams possible to compete for a national championship. With the initial polls releasing this week we the top 4 looked something like this:
1)      Clemson
2)      LSU
3)      Ohio State
4)      Alabama

Now I usually save my rankings for later but let’s talk about that now. There are so many things wrong with this list. For one to rank the defending National Champs anything less than number 1 is an insult. They have proven that they are the top team in the nation by not losing a game since week 1 of last season. In my opinion to lose your top spot you have to lose a game, plain and simple. I have no issue with LSU sitting at number 2, with the way that they are playing LSU is deserving of that second spot. Clemson, while not the number one team in the nation I do believe is deserving of a top 4 spot, but falling in at 3 or 4. The acc isn’t really a strong conference, and many individuals will argue the same. The do indeed handle opponents and I will not forget what they did to Ohio State the year before last…. Needless to say I am still slightly bitter about that game. Now my largest issue with the initial top 4 is the team siting at the number 4 spot. It seems that year in and year out Alabama will always be in the conversation. I mean they can be 8-4 and people will say they deserve a shot at the title, and judging by the bias of the committee they would probably get one. There are plenty of teams out there who are still un-beaten who deserve to be ranked in that spot. Teams such as Baylor, Tcu, Michigan State, Memphis, Iowa, and Oklahoma State. All teams who haven’t lost a game but won’t get the respect they deserve because Alabama shines brighter than stars at night in the eyes of the College Football Playoff Committee. Here are my top 4 rankings which may be a little more accurate.

1)      Ohio State
2)      LSU
3)      Clemson
4)      Baylor

With Michigan state, TCU, Iowa, and Memphis in the conversation. I remember the good ole days when losing a game basically meant losing your chances at the national championship. Where the computer decided your fate. Being 2 years removed from that system seems like an eternity now.

Memphis in Review

Now 8-0 the tigers are getting absolutely no respect what so ever. To say that they aren’t deserving of a top 10 ranking is absolutely disrespectful and ignorant. This is a team who beat Ole Miss, the same team that gave Alabama its only loss of the season. While you couldn’t say Memphis is better than Alabama through this logic, it is fair to say that the tigers have shown they can compete with the best teams out there despite not being in a power 5 conference. I predict that if they go on to win the final 4 games of the season, Memphis could make the college football playoff picture pretty difficult especially if they capture wins on the road both at Houston and Temple.

Heisman Watch
My views on the Heisman race haven’t changed what so ever. All of these men are well deserving at a chance to hold the trophy, and have their name inscribed in college football history.
1)      Leanord Fournette- The current leading rusher and heart and soul of the LSU offense. For obvious reasons finding his way to the top of my list
2)      Ezekiel Elliot- The second best running back in the NCAA and probably one of the most versatile. A threat in the pass and ground game he is definitely a candidate.
3)      Trevone Boykin- The most dynamic quarterback in one of the most dynamic offenses. If TCU finishes undefeated he will definitely be in the race.
4)      Corey Coleman- I had the opportunity to play against him in high school and his playmaking ability is surreal. It has only gotten better during his career at Baylor.
5)      Christian McCaffrey- An absolute sleeper and playmaker for Stanford. Great ball carrying ability and deceptive speed.
6)      Paxton Lynch- Currently 7-0 and counting for the rebuilt Memphis program

Games Of the week

LSU vs Alabama- A game with playoff implications on the line. If LSU wins they most likely knock of any chances Bama had at a title run this year which i am sure everyone is tired of seeing. If Bama wins well then i suppose we will have to wait until the SEC championship to see if Florida has anything to say about the Crimson tide and their Playoff hopes

Florida State vs Clemson- Another game with huge playoff implications. Clemson has a lot on the line coming into this game, and Florida state isn't just going to give the game away. If FSU can pull away with a victory, they can possibly find themselves with their name in the mix of being in the top 4. With the new voting system this could make for some interesting conversations.

Oklahoma State vs TCU- TCU has been on the defense these past couple of weeks, a few close calls since the Texas Tech game the Horned Frogs can find some more trouble against the Cowboys this time around especially on the road. OSU has a lot to prove and could potentially propel Baylor into the top 4 CFP rankings. We haven't seen a stand alone big 12 winner in a few years now, and now that there are 3 undefeated teams things could get a little confusing seeing that they don't have a conference championship game. The way the Cowboys are playing now I wouldn't overlook an upset 

Recruiting Spotlight

This week’s High School Spotlight Recruit: K.J. Costello Senior at Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Coto de Caza, California. Committed to Stanford. This kid is an absolute monster. Standing at 6’4’’ his tall stature makes him an ideal target for colleges looking for a more traditional style QB. He has a huge arm, keeps his eyes downfield while going through his progressions, makes mature decisions and protects the ball. Consistent with his downfield accuracy and a quick release makes him a perfect fit for the pro-style offense that they run at Stanford.  Check out his highlights from his Junior season.

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