Actual college football happened this week. Carter and Matthew breakdown the impact of Austin Peay vs Central Arkansas and discuss C-USA title odds.
We’re a month away from Rice football’s 2020 debut, but college football has officially begun. Austin Peay and Central Arkansas kicked off the fall season last week in a game that might have more impact on the rest of the sport as a whole than it would in other years.
Carter and Matthew examine the circumstances surrounding what was an extremely unusual game and what ripple effects could impact Rice, Conference USA and the national landscape of the sport.
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Episode 49 Notes
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- College Football is back
- COVID-19 impacts first game of the season between Austin Peay and Central Arkansas
- Could Austin Peay’s missing players be a sign of things to come?
- Two very different schedules highlight what is destined to be a strange season
- Conference USA odds and Rice outlook
- Oddsmakers are split on the Owls. What are realistic expectations for the team in this truncated season?
- Can this team reach the Conference USA Championship game?
- How do we evaluate this season?
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