Friday, February 23, 2007

Early 2007 Prediction on ESPN

Wow, after a great first half against UCLA, Cal got worked in the second half last night. So let's look to some more pleasant news.

ESPN's Mark Schlabach listed his early predictions for the 2007 football season.

20. TCU will crash the BCS party: West Virginia and USC will play in the BCS title game. California will play Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl. Florida State will play TCU in the Orange Bowl. LSU will play Louisville in the Sugar Bowl. Texas will play Georgia in the Fiesta Bowl.
Right on... Cal in the Rose Bowl. But he does pick USC to win the National Championship.

2. The Trojans will finish on top: Southern California will be tested only twice -- at Nebraska on Sept. 15 and at California on Nov. 10 -- before finishing the season undefeated. The Trojans will play West Virginia for the national championship Jan. 7 in the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, three weeks after the Trojans receive a formal notice of investigation from the NCAA for alleged violations involving 2005 Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush.
Silver lining is that he is predicting that USC will be investigate for Bush-gate.

2 comments:

Seth said...

Time for a new post on this blog... )-;

Anonymous said...

NC: USC vs. LSU
Rose Bowl: Cal vs. Wisconsin
Sugar Bowl: Florida vs. Michigan
Orange Bowl: V Tech vs. W Virginia
Fiesta Bowl: Texas vs. (Hawaii or TCU)