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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Missouri

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Mississippi State

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2021 cbhsports NFL Mock Draft

1.Jacksonville Jaguars
Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
Lawrence is a generational talent and is the obvious pick here.


2.New York Jets
Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
If I’m the Jets or any other team, I am taking Justin Fields but everyone else is on the Zach Wilson train, so expect him to head to New York.

3.San Francisco 49ers
Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
San Francisco should not have traded up from number 12 to draft Mac Jones. Fields makes an immediate case to start and help the 49ers get back to the Super Bowl in 2022.

4.Atlanta Falcons
Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
The best tight end graded ever by ESPN’s draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. and the best skill position player in the draft makes Atlanta’s receiving corps that much better than it already is. This is a loaded quarterback draft, so the Falcons should think about getting someone later in the draft who will replace Matt Ryan in a few years.

5.Cincinnati Bengals
Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
If Cincinnati does not pick up Sewell, the best offensive lineman in the draft, I honestly do not know what they are doing.

6.Miami Dolphins
Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
Chase may be a few years removed from a record-breaking Biletnikoff award winning season and a national championship for LSU. Since, he opted out of the 2020 college football season, but he fits well into Miami’s offensive system. Dolphins help QB Tua Tagovailoa out a lot here by adding a playmaker.

7.Detroit Lions
Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
Waddle goes ahead of his Alabama teammate De’Vonta Smith, but either would be wide receiver 1 in a pretty bad Lion receiving room.

8.Carolina Panthers
De’Vonta Smith, WR, Alabama
The 2020 Heisman Trophy winner heads to Carolina to join former Jets QB Sam Darnold and talented receiver DJ Moore in Charlotte. This Panthers offense is underrated in becoming one of the best offenses in the NFL.

9.Denver Broncos
Micah Parsons, ILB, Penn State
While Denver could definitely draft a QB here, teaming the best linebacker in the draft up with Von Miller, who just signed a new contract to stay put at Mile High, would be a good move.

10.Dallas Cowboys
Patrick Surtain Jr., CB, Alabama
Of course there are many talks about Jerry Jones moving up to take star-studded tight end Kyle Pitts but the smart move is to take Alabama cornerback Patrick Surtain Jr.

11.New York Giants
Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
Although many mock drafts don’t have the Minnesota wide receiver going this high, Daniel Jones needs more playmakers on the outside and he gets one here.

12.Philadelphia Eagles
Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
With Parsons and Surtain off the board, the Eagles help improve their secondary with this pick.

13.Los Angeles Chargers
Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
The Chargers need to protect Justin Herbert to even have a chance of competing with the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West so they take Slater here.

14.Minnesota Vikings
Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech
Minnesota might want to trade up to get Sewell or Slater because their offensive line was not very good in 2020. But, because there are no mock trades in my mock draft, they will settle for Virginia Tech’s Darrisaw here.

15.New England Patriots
Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
This might be the one of the top five QBs Bill Belicheck least wants, but if he is still on the board, the Patriots need help in the passing game and Lance will more than improve that if given the opportunity.

16.Arizona Cardinals
Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
The Cardinals are set on offense but could use some help in the secondary, so they take Farley here.

17.Las Vegas Raiders

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Mississippi (Ole Miss)

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:LSU

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Instate foes Indiana, Notre Dame book series

Indiana and Notre Dame will meet up for the first time on the football gridiron since 1991, with scheduled match ups in 2030 and 2031. The two will open up the 2030 season at Notre Dame Stadium on August 31 and then head to Bloomington on September 27, 2031. Despite the fact that the two are in the same state, they have never played in the same conference. Unless Notre Dame’s seemingly stagnant contract ends with the ACC, it seems unlikely the Irish will go back to their roots, join instate foes Indiana and Purdue, and play regionally in the Big Ten anytime soon.

Former Michigan QB Joe Milton, who had been in the transfer portal since February, has committed to transferring to Tennessee. Once he graduates in May, he will be eligible for the Vols in the 2021 season. Despite being the starter in Ann Arbor in 2020 and throwing for 1,077 yards in five games including four touchdowns and four interceptions, Milton opted to transfer. He will join Tennessee with three years after an aforementioned graduation and will begin his studies in Knoxville with the summer semester.

You can find everything about the 2021 NCAA Transfer Portal for football here.

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Kentucky

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NCAA approves one-time transfer waiver

The NCAA announced the Division I Council had voted to approve a plan that will allow all college athletes to transfer one time as an undergraduate without having to sit out a season. It will be applicable to football, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s ice hockey, and baseball at the Division 1 level.

Chet Holmgren, the number one ranked player in the country according to multiple services, including 247Sports, has committed and signed with Gonzaga. The big man for Minnehaha (MN) Academy played with Jalen Suggs in high school who went on to lead Gonzaga to a national championship berth. Holmgren chose Gonzaga over a final seven that also included the likes of Georgetown, Memphis, Michigan, home state Minnesota, North Carolina, and Ohio State. Holmgren is the highest rated prospect to ever sign to head to Spokane. The second highest ranked signed Zag ever is Jalen Suggs. However, he announced his intentions to enter the 2021 NBA Draft this summer.

Check out everything going in the 2021 NCAA college basketball transfer portal with that link.

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Georgia

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Eric Musselman, Arkansas agree to new deal

Coming off of the school’s first Elite 8 in more than 25 years, Eric Musselman signed a new contract with Arkansas. Musselman got a lot of attention from Arizona, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek got a deal done with Musselman, signing a five-year deal that will be 2021-2026. Also headlining the Arkansas off-season is transfer news. The transfer portal has become college sports version of free agency. Arkansas Forward Ethan Henderson quickly committed to transfer to Texas A&M after entering the portals day before. Arkansas Guard Desi Sills unsurprisingly announced his intentions to enter the transfer portal, then announcing he would either go to Auburn or Texas A&M, potentially rejoining Henderson in College Station. Positively, Musselman added three transfers that can clearly replace the production lost from the 2020-2021 team. Former Pittsburgh Forward Au’Diese Toney, former South Dakota Forward Stanley Umude, and former Miami Guard Chris Lykes. Guards JD Notae, Devo Davis, KK Robinson and forwards Jaylin Williams and Connor Vanover are all expected to return. Sit-out transfer Kamani Johnson, the former Little Rock Trojan, will also play a pivotal role in Fayetteville, four-star wing Chance Moore who will be a freshman in the fall of 2021, and JUCO transfer Akol Malwein will also play a big role.

Arkansas returned to the consensus number one spot in college baseball rankings this previous Monday following a series win over top-3 ranked Ole Miss. Arkansas followed that up with a midweek sweep of instate foe UAPB, which they won both games by a combined 38-5 after a 26-1 win on Wednesday. Arkansas brings a 28-5 (9-3) record into the weekend when they host Texas A&M for a three-game weekend series beginning on Friday night and finishing up on Sunday afternoon.

Arkansas football will play its 2021 Spring Game on Saturday April 17. The first team offense and second team defense will face the first team defense and second team offense when it comes to who the teams will be in the annual Red-White game.

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Florida

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Florida Atlantic (9/4)

at.South Florida (9/11)

Alabama (9/18)
Florida’s young offense needs to be ready to face not only Alabama’s defense but to match Alabama’s scoring as well. That will be hard to do. Projected Score: Alabama 38, Florida 21

Tennessee (9/25)

at.Kentucky (10/2)

Vanderbilt (10/9)

at.LSU (10/16)

Georgia (10/30)

at.South Carolina (11/6)

Samford (11/13)

at.Missouri (11/20)

Florida State (11/27)

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Predicting where ESPN’s College Gameday will go each week for the 2021-2022 season

Today I predict where ESPN’s College Gameday show will go for their weekly preview show on Saturday mornings.

August 28
Nebraska at. Illinois
The only game between Power 5 teams in week 0 should be the easy choice here. The Huskers and the Fighting Illini square off in Champagne.

September 4
Clemson vs. Georgia (Charlotte)
While I could see GameDay heading to Atlanta for Alabama-Miami in Atlanta, Clemson and Georgia will be top five teams in the country when the two meet to open their seasons on September 4. The QB matchup between Clemson’s DJ Uiagalelei and Georgia’s JT Daniels will prove to be the difference in this one.

September 11
Oregon at. Ohio State
This game should be the easy pick in week 2. Two relatively young signal callers will meet in a game that could help each team’s respective College Football Playoff chances.

September 18
Alabama at. Florida
In what should be one of the better SEC games this season, the SEC Championship rematch should be yet another easy pick for the crew. Todd Grantham’s defense will do everything it can to rattle new Alabama signal caller Bryce Young and the relatively young Alabama offense.

September 25
Wisconsin vs. Notre Dame (Chicago)
Because the game is at Soldier Field, the choice is obvious. Two classic teams playing in a game that feels like one that is in conference. But obviously, due to 2010’s realignment Notre Dame wants to maintain its pride and football independence. This game should be a fun one.

October 2
Oregon at. Stanford
While I could see GameDay head to Boulder for another Pac-12 match up, I doubt anyone would miss seeing the potential number one pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, Defensive End Kayvon Thibodeaux, hard-hitting linebacker Justin Flowe, and the talented Oregon defense for a second time on college football’s premier pregame show. Stanford should be much improved in 2021, making this a roadblock to another Pac-12 Championship for the Ducks.

October 9
Texas vs. Oklahoma (Dallas)
New Texas Head Coach Steve Sarkisian will bring a new flavor to Austin not seen in past decades. Oklahoma has dominated the Big 12 in the last decade. Those are all reasons why ESPN should go to the Texas State Fair again in 2021.

October 16
Central Florida at. Cincinnati
You know GameDay always heads to a Group of 5 match up sometimes. The “Gus Bus” will definitely attract Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, and Desmond Howard as they head to Cincinnati for the game.

October 23
USC at. Notre Dame
The classic rivalry has not hosted College GameDay in quite sometime. And with the programs both set to be in the top 25 this season, it seems obvious for a return to South Bend for this match up.

October 30
Florida State at. Clemson
College GameDay has headed to Clemson the past few years for games and rightfully so. In my projections Notre Dame has already hosted it once, so they cannot head to South Bend again this week for North Carolina-Notre Dame. So, they head to Clemson for a match up with rival Florida State.

November 6
Auburn at. Texas A&M
The crew has not been to many SEC schools per my projections so they will change that when they preview Texas A&M battling Auburn.

November 13
Michigan at. Penn State
Both college football blue bloods had down seasons in 2020. The winner of this game will (hopefully) be able to challenge dominant Ohio State for the 2021 Big Ten crown.

November 20
Iowa State at. Oklahoma
The two split their match ups last year, with the Sooners winning the one that counted in the Big 12 championship. Oklahoma and Iowa State’s offenses both return their starting QBs (Iowa State’s Brock Purdy and Oklahoma’s Spencer Rattler) and lots of offensive weapons. This will be a fun one to go to Norman to preview this one.

November 27
Texas A&M at. LSU
While I could go with the obvious (The Iron Bowl or The Game), GameDay should head to College Station.Texas A&M is considered the second best team in the SEC West and could still have a chance at the College Football Playoff with a win. After a down season for LSU in 2020, they could be in the same sentence as Texas A&M and Alabama; in the mix for playoff conversation.

Before I sign off, I wanted to say I will probably make an updated version of this before the season starts.

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Auburn

Projected Starting Lineup

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Offense 
QB: *Bo Nix, Junior*
RB: *Tank Bigsby, Sophomore*
WR1: *Ze’Vian Capers, Sophomore*
WR2: *Shedrick Jackson, Senior*
WR3: *Caylin Newton, Senior*
TE: *Grant Calcaterra, Senior*
LT: *Austin Troxwell, RS Senior*
LG: *Brandon Council, Senior*
C: *Nick Brahms, Senior*
RG: *Keiondre Jones, RS Sophomore*
RT: *Brodarius Hamm, RS Senior*

Defense
DE: *Colby Wooden, Sophomore*
DT: *Tyrone Truesedll, Senior*
DT: Marquis Burks, Senior
LB: *Derick Hall, Junior*
LB: Caleb Johnson, Junior
LB: *Owen Pappoe, Junior*
LB: *Zakoby McClain, Senior*
CB: *Roger McCreary, Senior*
CB: Jaylin Simpson, Sophomore
SS: Ladarius Tennison, Sophomore
FS: *Smoke Monday, Senior*

Special Teams
K: *Anders Carlson, Senior*
P: Aidan Marshall, Senior
KR: *Shaun Rivers, Senior*
PR: *Ja’Varrius Johnson, RS Sophomore*

Returning Production:
Returning starter Bo Nix does have some competition for the QB1 role as LSU transfer TJ Finley heads to the plains. Running back Tank Bigsby is expected to be one of if not the best running back in the SEC. Experience is all over the offense headlined by a receiving core led by sophomore Ze’Vian Capers.

New Starters:
The only glaring new starers are safety Ladarius Tennison and cornerback Jaylin Simpson. If those two players are able to step up, this veteran group of Auburn players can have a better season than many are expecting in the first year of the Bryan Harsin era.

Schedule Preview

Akron (9/4)
This game is to get the kinks out for Auburn’s new offensive system. I expect Auburn’s mostly veteran team to get through this game and to see both expected starter Bo Nix and LSU transfer TJ Finley at the QB position. Projected Score: Auburn 45, Akron 13

Alabama State (9/11)
All Auburn in this one. Projected Score: Auburn 56, Alabama State 10

at.Penn State (9/18)
Both powerhouse programs disappointed after promising 2020 campaigns, but expect this game to be a close one. The winner of the Nittany Lions and Tigers could go on to have an awesome season. The Penn State faithful is going to be loud as always. Projected Score: Penn State 21, Auburn 20

Georgia State (9/25)
Georgia State, in my opinion, is going to give Auburn the biggest challenge out of any of the group of five non conference games they play. Projected Score: Auburn 28, Georgia State 20

at.LSU (10/2)
If TJ Finley ends up becoming the starter for Auburn, this could become a revenge game for him. LSU is going to be much improved from last season’s national championship hangover season, good enough to give Auburn their first real kick in the butt of the season. Projected Score: LSU 38, Auburn 14

Georgia (10/9)
Well, what do you know, Auburn does not have to play Georgia in November anymore and have to play the bulldogs and Alabama back to back. Georgia will still handily win this one, though. Projected Score: Georgia 34, Auburn 17

at.Arkansas (10/16)
The Arkansas faithful is going to be out for revenge of sorts when Auburn comes to visit two Saturdays before Halloween. The entire country agreed that the refs in the 2020 Arkansas-Auburn game blew a call which was when QB Bo Nix spiked the ball to the side of him which is a fumble, but it was not called as such and Auburn went on to hitting the game-winning field go just seconds later. It may be the most hostile environment in Fayetteville since before the pandemic and of the season. Projected Record: Arkansas 21, Auburn 13

Ole Miss (10/30)
Auburn will get some much needed rest in a bye week before hosting Ole Miss. Other than a six-interceptions thrown showing by Ole Miss QB Matt Corall against Arkansas a season ago, his 2020 season was almost perfect. Auburn’s defense is going to be challenged mightily in this one and I think it is going to be closer than one might think. Projected Score: Ole Miss 27, Auburn 21

at.Texas A&M (11/6)
Texas A&M and LSU have been labeled as Alabama’s biggest competitors in 2021 and I don’t see Auburn going to College Station and beating the Aggies. Projected Score: Texas A&M 35, Auburn 20

Mississippi State (11/13)
Auburn begins a fairly easy two-game stretch before the Iron Bowl by hosting Mississippi State. Auburn picks up a much needed win on the plains. Projected Score: Auburn 49, Mississippi State 28

at.South Carolina (11/20)
New head coach Shane Beamer will get South Carolina back to the mountain top hopefully at some point but this will not be their year. Auburn wins easily. Projected Score: Auburn 42, South Carolina 21

Alabama (11/27)
Until we see new head coach Bryan Harsin beat the Crimson Tide, Auburn is not going to win the Iron Bowl. Projected Score: Alabama 27, Auburn 14

Projected Record: 5-7 (2-6)

Incoming 2021 Recruits (per 247sports) (top 247)
80.Lee Hunter, DL, Eight Mile,AL Blount
211.Ahmari Hardy, S, Tallahassee,FL FSU School
219.Dematrius Davis, QB, Houston,TX North Shore

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview: Clemson

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Arkansas

Projected Starting Lineup

**=Returning Starter

Offense
QB: KJ Jefferson, RS Sophomore
RB: Trelon Smith, RS Junior
WR1: *Treylon Burks, Junior*
WR2: Trey Knox, Junior
WR3: De’Vion Warren, Senior
TE: *Hudson Henry, RS Sophomore*
LT: *Myron Cunningham, RS Senior*
LG: Brady Latham, RS Sophomore
C: *Ricky Stromberg, Junior*
RG: *Ty Clary, RS Senior*
RT: Dalton Wagner, RS Senior

Defense
DE: Eric Gregory, RS Sophomore
DT: Jaelen Williams, Junior
DT: Isaiah Nichols, RS Junior
DE: Nicholas Fulwider, RS Junior
OLB: Dorian Gerald, RS Senior
MLB: *Grant Morgan, RS Senior*
OLB: *Bumper Pool, Senior*
CB: LaDarrius Bishop, RS Junior
CB: Trent Gordon, RS Junior
SS: *Jalen Catalon, RS Sophomore*
FS: *Joe Foucha, RS Senior*

Special Teams
K: Cameron Little, Freshman
P: Sam Loy, RS Senior
KR: De’Vion Warren, Senior
PR: Treylon Burks, Junior

Returning Production:
On offense, the return of all starting receivers Treylon Burks, Mike Woods, and De’Vion Warren is huge (Note: Mike Woods has since transferred to Oklahoma). Linebackers Grant Morgan and Bumper Pool are the heart soul of a defense that should be fun to watch again in 2021. Talented safety Jalen Catalon returns as well.

New Starters:
KJ Jefferson replaces former Florida grad transfer Feleipe Franks. Jefferson was phenomenal in the Missouri game when Franks was hurt. Trelon Smith paces the running game after getting starting minutes a season ago with Rakeem Boyd’s lack of minutes due to injury. A young defensive line and defensive backfield are reasons to be concerned in 2021 in Fayetteville.

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Rice (9/4)
Arkansas needs an easy win to open their season. They should get one. Projected Score: Arkansas 42, Rice 20

Texas (9/11)
With new head coach Steve Sarkisian and lots of returning talent, the Texas faithful should expect a pretty good season from their team. Arkansas will challenge Texas and if they can get their offense going, it should be a great game. Projected Score: Texas 20, Arkansas 17

Georgia Southern (9/18)
While I can see people thinking Arkansas will overlook these non conference teams, Sam Pittman will not let this team overlook opponents. Hogs win big. Projected Score: Arkansas 38, Georgia Southern 17

vs.Texas A&M (Arlington) (9/25)
Texas A&M is Alabama’s biggest challenge in the SEC West. But, historically Arkansas has played A&M well despite losing every contest to the Aggies since they joined the SEC. Projected Score: Texas A&M 28, Arkansas 20

at.Georgia (10/2)
Sam Pittman and the hogs heads to face-off against his last old team. Arkansas played Georgia close in 2020 but with Georgia finding QB JT Daniels, it will be tough for a young Arkansas defense to counter. Projected Score: Georgia 38, Arkansas 21

at.Ole Miss (10/9)
Arkansas turned Ole Miss over seven times in 2020. Ole Miss should and probably will have a chip on their shoulder to come out and win this game. Arkansas’ offense will have to be clicking on all cylinders in Oxford to match scores on every possession by Ole Miss’ awesome offense. Projected Score: Ole Miss 55, Arkansas 42

Auburn (10/16)
Similar to Ole Miss, Arkansas should be hungry to host Auburn who got away with a call late in their win over Arkansas in 2020. Auburn’s new head coach Bryan Harsin should bring in a fun offense for the Tigers but Arkansas should have a good chance to win this game. Projected Score: Arkansas 21, Auburn 13

UAPB (Little Rock) (10/23)
Arkansas’ first game versus an instate team in awhile is going to be played in the state’s capital. Hogs get tested early but get a win before returning home to face Mississippi State. Projected Score: Arkansas 45, UAPB 13

Mississippi State (11/6)
Mississippi State upset LSU in week 1 last season before running into Arkansas in week 2. The hogs got their first SEC win in 17 chances with a W in Starkville. Projected Score: Arkansas 24, Mississippi State 21

at.LSU (11/13)
Arkansas played LSU close in their game last season but LSU will be much better than their 5-5 finish a season ago. Plus, they get to host this one in Death Valley. Projected Score: LSU 34, Arkansas 24

at.Alabama (11/20)
Alabama will not be stopped in this game. Projected Score: Alabama 42, Arkansas 27

Missouri (11/26)
Missouri made a comeback to beat Arkansas to continue a long winning streak in the series. But, I see KJ Jefferson and the wide receiving core of the hogs winning another high-scoring battle. Projected Score: Arkansas 45, Missouri 42

Projected Record: 6-6 (3-5) SEC

Incoming 2021 Recruits (per 247sports)
163.Ketron Jackson, WR, Royse City,TX Royse City
185.AJ Green, RB, Tulsa,OK Union
285.Raheim Sanders, ATH, Rockledge,FL Rockledge
398.Terry Wells, OT, Wynne,AR Wynne
493.Javion Hunt, RB, Oklahoma City,OK Carl Albert
494.Cameron Ball, OT, Atlanta,GA Tri-Cities
12.Jalen Williams, DT, Jones College Ellisville,MS
526.Keuan Parker, CB, Booker T. Washington Tulsa,OK
721.Lucas Coley, QB, San Antonio,TX Cornerstone Christian
NA.Landon Rogers, QB, Little Rock,AR Parkview Magnet