2016 College Football Week 3 Recap: House Of Cards

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Week 3

The Bobby Petrino redemption tour is officially underway, and rather than appreciate the monster of a program he’s put back together in Louisville again with the most electric player in the country, let’s talk about whether or not the SEC will have him again.

Where will he go next? Auburn? Kentucky? Mississippi State? If there’s one thing we know about Bobby, it’s that he’s always looking forward to the next job.

Papa John might have to cut back on the “better ingredients” to afford to keep this man. But don’t worry Louisville fans, as long as he has this kid under center (another year), Bobby’s staying put.

Two road games at Clemson and Houston are the only real hurdles left between a playoff spot and the Heisman trophy.

Weekly reminder that last year’s Heisman runner-up is still doing the damn thing.

And that Leonard Fournette was put on this earth to destroy.

Don’t want to speak too soon, but LSU may have finally found a competent quarterback for a change.

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Fournette has to be counting down the days until he leaves Baton Rouge for an NFL team that also has no other offensive weapons.

Scheduling North Dakota State is the most idiotic thing an FBS team can do.

No one seems to want to hold onto the football in the endzone this season.

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“No immediate recovery.”

It’s hard to hear Gary Danielson commentate a game with Nick Saban’s dick in his mouth.

The Ole Miss backdoor cover was the highlight of a great gambling day for your boy.

5-1 on the day if you want to start paying attention to my rainmaker like ability to gamble college games. I even covered on that A&M game despite actually getting 3.5 not laying the points.

Speaking of our Buffs, if Sefo Liufau doesn’t get knocked out of the game, I think Colorado pulls off the upset.

A minor setback, for a major comeback.

Speaking of statement losses, my Knights are at least exciting to watch this year.

Scott Frost is a fucking psychopath but I will follow his lead without question.

But hopefully he never brings over the Oregon point after philosophy.

Urban Meyer won’t have “health problems” with catches like this.

It’s going to be a long year for the Big 12.

Dan’s no thought, prisoner of the moment top 4:

1. Alabama
2. Louisville
3. Ohio State
4. Clemson

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