Weekly links — Somebody familar looking is back — is that Andrew Luck? No need for Urban, a welder could beat Rutgers

Posted: 09/07/2018 in college football, weekly links
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Weekly Links sees someone familiar heading to the field. Could it be … yeah, it might be … it is.

Hey Andrew Luck, where you been?

One of the bigger NFL storylines for Week 1 is the return of Luck after he missed all of the 2017 season after shoulder surgery.

The Indianapolis Colts bottomed out without their star quarterback and are looking to turn things around under new coach Frank Reich.

As for Luck, it has been 20 months since he last played in an NFL game. He’s back Sunday when the Colts play the Cincinnati Bengals.

Here is the stellar preview: http://fieldlevelmedia.com/latest-stories?storyId=17529


Here are the college links: 

Washington-North Dakota … Kind of odd to hear the Huskies’ championship hopes are over because they lost their opener to Auburn. Something tells me they plan to ring up a lot of points on FCS program North Dakota.


Arkansas State-Alabama … Now that we know Tua Tagoviloa is really, really good and the Crimson Tide have made him their starter, you have to wonder if anyone can beat Alabama this year. Not much wondering this week. Arkansas State can’t.


Rutgers-Ohio State … Urban Meyer gets to prepare the Buckeyes all week but he still can’t coach. Heck, you could have a Columbus welder prepare the team this week and still beat Rutgers by 50 or more points.


Connecticut-Boise State … Brett Rypien is just one of two quarterback to top 10,000 career yards in Boise State history. Having your name linked with Kellen Moore at that school is never a bad thing.


TCU-SMU … Horned Frogs coach Gary Patterson says he likes to play SMU because of the close proximity (40 miles). That may be true but he really loves to play them because it is an easy victory.



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