Why LaMelo Ball won’t last in college

Since LaMelo Ball has started attending and playing basketball at Spire Institute in Geneva,Ohio it got me thinking.

Wherever (if he even does) LaMelo goes to college,he won’t last long.For the simple reason being that he plays for himself,he’s not a team player,and just wants the money.In my honest opinion,he should take the G-League route and will end up getting paid until (or if) he’s able to get into the actual NBA.Those are all of my thoughts on that,so…

“iwstbbacs” (Carter) is signing out.

Star wing Jimmy Butler traded to Philadelphia for multiple players

Timberwolves Receive:Dario Saric,Robert Covington,Jerryd Bayless,Second Round Pick
76ers Receive:Jimmy Butler

Philadelphia finally pulls the trigger to get Jimmy Butler.Butler will replace and be a better version of Robert Covington who should come into Minnesota replacing him.The Timberwolves do get two nice young forward pieces in aforementioned Robert Covington and Dario Saric.Butler should be a player that will help Philly’s defense out but Ben Simmons is losing two shooters to pass to in Robert Covington and Dario Saric.That’s the only problem with this trade.Philadelphia is losing space in this trade as Butler is not the best shooter

My College Football Playoff and New Year’s Six Bowl Predictions (After Week 10,Second CFP Rankings,going into Week 11)

CFP
1.Alabama-SEC (Projected Champion)
4.Michigan-Big 10 (Projected Champion)

2.Clemson-ACC (Projected Champion)
3.Notre Dame-Independent

Rose Bowl-Ohio State (Big 10 Second Bid) vs. Washington State (Projected Pac-12 Champion)
Sugar Bowl-Oklahoma (Projected Big 12 Champion) vs. Georgia (SEC Second Bid)
Peach Bowl-LSU (SEC Third Bid) vs. Central Florida (Projected American Champion,Projected Lone Group of Five undefeated conference champion)
Fiesta Bowl-Kentucky (SEC Fourth Bid) vs. West Virginia (Big 12 Second Bid)

What if there was a four team playoff in each conference?

Since the Kentucky-Georgia and Alabama-LSU games are like SEC Semifinal games into the SEC Championship in December,it got me thinking.What if there was a four team playoff for each conference IN PLACE of their conference championship game?!

Rules
The top two teams from each division in a conference will play each other to decided who will face the other division winner in the conference championship game.

If there are no divisions in the conference the top four will play in the playoff.

The rankings of the teams in each conference are based off of head to head (first tiebreaker) and their College Football Playoff Ranking (second tiebreaker).

Here’s what it would’ve looked like last season.

The records shown by the teams are their conference records.

ACC

Atlantic Semifinal
1.Clemson (7-1)
3.NC State (6-2)

Coastal Semifinal
2.Miami (7-1)
4.Virginia Tech (5-3)

Big 12

1.Oklahoma (8-1)
4.Texas (5-4)

2.TCU (7-2)
3.Oklahoma State (6-3)

Big 10

East Semifinal
2.Ohio State (8-1)
4.Michigan State (7-2)

West Semifinal
1.Wisconsin (9-0)
3.Northwestern (7-2)

Pac-12

North Semifinal
2.Stanford (7-2)
3.Washington (7-2)

South Semifinal
1.USC (7-2)
4.Arizona State (6-3)

SEC

West Semifinal
1.Auburn (7-1)
3.Alabama (7-1)

East Semifinal
2.Georgia (7-1)
4.South Carolina (5-3)

My College Football Playoff and New Year’s Six Bowl Predictions (After Week 9,First CFP Rankings,going into Week 10)

I am predicting what the committee would do at the end of the season.
These are my projections

CFP
1.Alabama-SEC (Projected Champion)
4.Michigan-Big 10 (Projected Champion)

2.Clemson-ACC (Projected Champion)
3.Notre Dame-Independent

Rose Bowl-Ohio State (Big 10 Second Bid) vs. Washington State (Projected Pac-12 Champion)
Sugar Bowl-Texas (Projected Big 12 Champion) vs. LSU (SEC Second Bid)
Fiesta Bowl-Kentucky (SEC Fourth Bid) vs. West Virginia (Big 12 Third Bid)
Peach Bowl-Georgia (SEC Third Bid) vs. Central Florida (Projected American Champion,Projected Lone Group of Five undefeated conference champion)

Why LSU isn’t in top four:Alabama is likely to beat LSU on Saturday taking them out of the discussion for the playoff with two losses.

Where have I been?

I have just been taking a break from blogging on this site due to strenuous school work.I hope to make reviews fro college football but I am busy on the weekends.I hope it doesn’t sound like an excuse because I’m just trying to spend time with my family.Podcasts will come back once I can get storage on my computer.I will be back soon.This is iwstbbacs signing out,

Is Kelly Bryant’s decision to transfer the right decision?

Clemson QB Kelly Bryant was benched by Head Coach Dabo Swinney as former five-star QB Freshman Trevor Lawrence takes the starting job.”It’s like a slap in the face” Bryant said about his benching.Bryant will be transferring,and is it the right decision.Ovbiously,it is.Bryant is moving on from Clemson as he’s used the four-game and then redshirt transfer for his dream of playing the NFL.Kelly is making the right decision transferring and making the right decision.I applaud you,Kelly.

College Football Week 4 Review:Stanford stuns Oregon

Stanford defeated Oregon 38-31,on Saturday night.

Georgia defeated Missouri,Auburn blew out Arkansas,Alabama dominated Texas A&M,and Texas defeated TCU.Michigan State got back on track against Indiana,and Penn State blew out Illinois.Old Dominion upset Virginia Tech.Clemson,Ohio State,and Oklahoma all defeated inferior opponents yesterday.

Is Arkansas in the wrong conference?Immediate reaction to New York Times’s article

I got this article from someone I cannot name and are my hogs in the wrong conference.They have had just one top ten finish since joining the conference in 1991 with South Carolina,and since then has squandered time with Bret Bielema.While it would be easier in the Big 12,Arkansas get seven million dollars a year in the always dominant in football and baseball SEC.I mean at this point West Virginia and Texas are in the same conference but Texas A&M and Texas don’t meet once.Colorado’s move to the Pac-12 is difficult to examine.Former Arkansas player and (and Ole Miss) head coach Houston Nutt said “You’ve got to be better at recruiting and evaluating.” Which I mean in the backyards of powers Alabama,Georgia,Texas A&M,Florida,and LSU is really easy,Arkansas with former Texas high school and SMU Head Coach Chad Morris goes into the lone star state with just one game a year in Texas,in Arlington against old Southwest rival Texas A&M who’ve they have lost to,what six times in a row now?While analyists have talked about that it is great that Arkansas,Rutgers,Boston College,and Louisville (and Pitt,West Virginia,Syracuse and others) that they are in power five conferences,I think those programs would beg to differ.