2018 Spring Football Wrap Up | Film Don’t Lie

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Film Don’t Lie is presented by Saturday Blitz’s College Football 5th Quarter series. Today’s episode covers the 2018 spring football season’s 2 losers and 3 winners. The losers were the Michigan Wolverines and Miami Hurricanes. The winners were THE Ohio State Buckeyes, Oregon Ducks and Nebraska Cornhuskers. I graded this on the hype it built for the season, momentum gained, and how the teams looked on the field of play.

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Pre-National Signing Day Transfers and Scandals | Film Don’t Lie

The latest Film Don’t Lie episode on college football hot topics from the week covers transfers and scandals. Justin discusses the new transfer rule proposal, the Michigan State scandal, the rhabdo outbreak at Nebraska, as well as Shaquem Griffin getting invited to the NFL Combine and Justin Fuente’s second contract extension in two years.

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NCAA: Cure Bowl Preview- UCF Knights vs Arkansas State Red Wolves

The UCF (Golden) Knights take on the Arkansas State Red Wolves in the Cure Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL on December 17th. The Knights, who have bounced back from an 0-12 fiasco in their last year under George O’Leary (an some interim coaches, and probably Brent Key in all reality) to a 6-6 record.

The Knights can finish 2016 a winner if they can upset Ark State. The Red Wolves slipped from 9-4 to 7-5, and could string together another good season with a win. The Knights are favored on the S&P+ standing at 70 while Ark State sits at 92, ASU however has a bigger win by defeating Troy while UCF really just has a “big loss” narrowly losing to Houston.

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UCF and Baylor: Fateful rise of two programs that once played a great game

On January 1st of 2014 UCF and Baylor met in the Fiesta Bowl to cap off two fantastic seasons from perennial after-thought programs. The University of Central Florida needed to overcome multiple controversies on their way to a #15 overall ranking while Baylor’s controversies had yet to come to light on the way to a #6 ranking. Driven by two very different program leaders and the emergence of two ‘household name’ Quarterbacks- the programs met for what was a great match-up where UCF prevailed 52-42 on Blake Bortles 4 touchdown passes. Who knew that the two programs would be oh-so-aligned on that chilly night in Phoenix.

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