I have to be honest here, other than a few of the Big 10 games on this list, I had no clue there were so many intriguing and relevant non-conference games scheduled this season! It sucks that there likely won’t be electric atmospheres at most of those games, but these 10 I have chosen should all be fantastic football to enjoy this upcoming fall. I should preface that I tried to keep the list to games that are not played on a regular basis (I’m looking at you ND-USC, although it wouldn’t have made the cut anyways). So, I’m going to be ranking these ten games on their pre-season intrigue and potential relevancy in both conference championship and CFP races. Let’s get started!
Welcome back! Let’s keep these rankings rolling. For anyone who missed the first rendition of this series, I am ranking each position group for the Michigan Wolverines heading into the 2020 season. In the previous edition, I gave my number 6-10 rankings, which you can find here. Today I will be continuing with the top 5 position groups as of right now in my opinion. Let’s get started!
While the future for sports in 2020 is still unclear, I am confident that the greatest sport on planet Earth in College Football will adapt to the unusual situation and continue with the 2020-2021 season. With a multitude of Wolverines being drafted this past month in the NFL draft (10), it leaves a lot of vacancies in starting positions on the roster. I’ll be ranking each position group against one another as the roster stands right now. I have separated the roster into 10 position groups: quarterback, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, offensive linemen, defensive linemen, linebackers, cornerbacks, safeties, and special teams. I will not be including incoming freshmen into consideration for these rankings as we have not had the opportunity to see these young players in action at all yet (thanks COVID). Today I’ll be covering rankings 10-6, with 5-1 following in the near future.
Sport as a whole dominate a large majority of our lives. If you didn’t realize it or believe that before, you cannot argue it now. This COVID-19 pandemic has brought the sporting world to a screeching halt, stopping every major sporting league in the world outside of the Belarus soccer league and Korean Baseball. The typical sports fanatic who fills and plans their entire day with sport is now left craving for any type of sport whether that be a replay of a classic game, a documentary on one of the greatest athletes of all-time, or watching the NFL draft with the same passion as the World Cup. Now, more than ever we can see the importance of sport in our own lives. Now that the first actual league is coming back, here’s your guide to the Bundesliga.
Sorry I couldn’t go in depth on these, schoolwork and all that, hope you can appreciate that. Draft grades coming soon. #21 Philadelphia Eagles- Justin Jefferson WR, LSU #22 Minnesota Vikings- Denzel Mims […]
#16 Atlanta Falcons- Jedrick Wills OT, Alabama Although there are a lot of rumors that the Falcons will be trading up, I have them drafting offensive lineman Jedrick Wills who fell a […]
#11 New York Jets- CeeDee Lamb WR, Oklahoma The New York football Jets have been lacking a stud wide receiver for some time, and with an absolutely loaded WR class in this […]
#6 Detroit Lions- Jeffery Okudah CB, Ohio State Ahh, my beloved Detroit Lions did one of the two things we hoped they’d do. The two things all Lions fans are hoping to […]
The only source of sports for anyone in this trying time will be the NFL Draft coming up shortly. All though not a big fan of the NFL personally as the Lions have sucked that enjoyment out of me, I’m all in on the draft as I’m an avid college football fan. With a stacked WR class and an always good QB position group, this might be the most watched NFL draft ever, but what will Roger Goodell do without his hugs with the league’s new stars? Maybe not being booed into oblivion would be a good replacement. To the picks!
As I’m writing this on a Friday night, it’s finally settling in that sports are going to be gone for a long time. I really hope that the BIG3 reality thing actually works and could give me the basketball and sports I desperately need as there’s no way that I should be getting ready for College Football in mid-March.