Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but greatness is something that everyone can see and agree upon. In the world of college basketball it can be measured in national championships, tournament victories and record-setting runs. We think you'll agree that these five NCAA teams are greatness personified.
The penultimate College Football Playoff rankings were released Tuesday night without much commotion. The top four remained the same, but we are guaranteed to have some changes after the conference championships this weekend. Let's look at each contender's scenarios and their odds to win it all.
The ACC/Big Ten Challenge annually provides college basketball fans with blockbuster matchups of the top teams in the nation, and this year is no exception. The headliner for Wednesday’s action is No. 6 Ohio State and No. 7 North Carolina in Chapel Hill. The undefeated Buckeyes will travel for their first true road game of the season against the 6-1 Tar Heels.
The two co-favorites to win the College Football Playoff National Championship may come as a bit of a surprise, if you are just looking at the current rankings. Let's look at each of the top four teams in the rankings and make a pick to win based on the odds.
The 4-5 North Carolina Tar Heels have been a difficult team to peg in head coach Mack Brown’s first season. On Thursday night the Tar Heels will get the chance to prove themselves in a crucial matchup with ACC Coastal foe Pittsburgh.
After a second consecutive 4-1 week, the underdogs are officially back! We have increased our overall record to 14-11 and almost hit another huge moneyline with North Carolina over Clemson. This week there are not many options with the plus 20 spread, but we strongly feel there are still winners available!
The underdogs were biting again in Week 4 after a rough Week 3. As we near the end of September, here are some more underdogs that could make some noise again this week.
At the end of Week 1, Bo Nix was the talk of college football after his game-winning touchdown against No. 16 Oregon on prime-time television. He wasn’t the only first-year quarterback to impress in Week 1, though.