On the eve of the College Football Playoff Championship game I want to explore the topic of players sitting out of bowl games a little further. For all intents and purposes we’ll use 2016 as the unofficial start of this trend among college football players. If you recall, Stanford Running back Christian McCaffrey and LSU …
SEC: 2-0 ACC: 3-0 Big Ten: 1-0 Pac 12: 2-0 Big 12: 2-0 Overall = 344-98 (78%)
PAC-12: Friday, November 23rd: Utah Washington Saturday, November 24th: Stanford California ACC: Saturday, December 1st: East Carolina NC State Marshall Virginia Tech Clemson Pittsburgh Big 12: Saturday, December 1st: Texas Oklahoma Drake Iowa State Big Ten: Saturday, December 1st: Northwestern Ohio State SEC: Saturday, December 1st: Akron South Carolina Alabama …
Notre Dame: 1-0 SEC: 8-1 ACC: 7-2 Big Ten: 5-2 Pac 12: 5-2 Big 12: 2-3 *Overall = 334-98 (77%) *only counting the Notre Dame vs. USC, Florida vs. FSU, Georgia Tech vs. Georgia, Kentucky vs. Louisville, and Clemson vs. South Carolina games once.
Thursday, November 22nd: Mississippi State Ole Miss Saturday, November 24th: Auburn Alabama Florida Florida State Georgia Tech Georgia Kentucky Louisville Arkansas Missouri South Carolina Clemson LSU Texas A&M Tennessee Vanderbilt
Friday, November 23rd: Oregon Oregon State Washington Washington State Saturday, November 24th: Arizona State Arizona Notre Dame USC Stanford UCLA BYU Utah Colorado California
Friday, November 23rd: Nebraska Iowa Saturday, November 24th: Maryland Penn State Illinois Northwestern Rutgers Michigan State Purdue Indiana Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan Ohio State