This NCAA football season is only half over and boy has it been an eventful one thus far. Already there has been one future Hall of Fame coach resignation, four FBS coaches fired, and one suspended for a total of three games. And that is just the action off the field! Additionally, injuries to key players are widespread, four of the preseason top 10 teams are no longer ranked, and scoring is way up.
In case you are into NCAA football betting, read on for a quick recap on the ups and downs of the season thus far, that could potentially help you make your NCAA predictions for the latter part of the season.
The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
This season so far Auburn, Oregon, Georgia, and USC have lost their spots ranking in the top 10. Tennessee and Arkansas have all but impressed so far this season and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have completely dropped the ball. Last season the Yellow Jackets won 11 games, so far this season they have lost five straight games and it is now safe to say that they have earned the title for the most disappointing overall team.
So far this 2015-2016 season best coaching goes to Kyle Whittingham of Utah. Even after losing both his defensive and offensive coordinators last season the Utes have continued to perform without hiccup.
The best defensive player of the 2015-2016 season goes to Christian McCaffrey of Stanford, RB. The son of NFL receiver Ed McCaffrey, Christian has exceeded expectations and become Stanford’s best player. He holds the slot as third in the nation in yards from scrimmage.
The best offensive player of the 2015-2016 season goes to Carl Nessib of Penn State, DE. Nessib leads the nation with 11 1/2 sacks as a first year walk-on.
The top four teams as it stands now: Utah, TCU, Clemson, Ohio State, Baylor, Alabama, and Notre Dame. Be sure to keep your eye on these teams and for more free sport predictions check out our full line of sport betting packages.
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