Let’s end the week on an “awesome” note. Forget about realignment and your awful search for a head coach which will undoubtedly disappoint you, and watch this.
Following last night’s fantastic comeback win against Rutgers, Louisville was — as you would imagine they would be — thrilled. Teddy Bridgewater was playing with a broken wrist and sprained ankle, but they pulled it off. He looked incredibly uncomfortable throughout the game, but still played very well and they got a win.
After the game, Bridgewater has a wonderful moment with his OC/QB coach Shawn Watson as they celebrated a trip to the BCS in emotional fashion.
Seriously, guys. Football chills. This is why we put up with all the stupid.
Everyone is saying “Of course I do!” at the moment, but let’s be honest. Your coaching sources are probably terrible, and that JON GRUDEN TO EVERYWHERE rumor that you got from that squirrel that chills outside your window might not come through.
GO HOME, SQUIRREL. YOU’RE DRUNK.
Disappointing, I know.
But… if you do trust your head coaching sources, than the online sportsbook Bovada.lv has posted some odds that can make you a little money if that crafty, intoxicated squirrel turns out to be correct.
Here are some of the latest odds they just sent out for a variety of different openings and a few coaches at the college level that could leave very soon. Also, some of these names/odds are really, really weird.
Here they are.
Who will be the Head Coach of the Auburn Tigers for the 2013-2014 season?
Bobby Petrino 7/4
Guz Malzahn 13/4
Chad Morris 15/4
Sonny Dykes 5/1
Gary Patterson 21/4
Kirby Smart 11/2
Who will be the Head Coach of the Tennessee Volunteers for the 2013-2014 season?
Butch Davis 3/1
Larry Fedora 15/4
Jim Tressel 9/2
Dan Mullen 5/1
Al Golden 21/4
Jimbo Fisher 7/1
Will Chip Kelly be a Head Coach for a NFL Team for the 2013-2014 season?
Yes +125 (5/4)
No -160 (5/8)
Will David Shaw be a Head Coach for a NFL Team for the 2013-2014 season?
The On the Line Podcast is back for Week 14 of the college football season, and Drew Collins from Chuckoliver.net, Bud Elliott from SB Nation, Vegas bookmaker Todd Fuhrman and myself are ready to discuss championship week. We also promise to not cry on air about football ending. Actually, there are no promises.
Also, please take note: We will be all over the bowl season, and we’ll be separating games into weekly hits, just like we do now so stay tuned.
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