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Thoughts on 2019 Football Season
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Thoughts on 2019 Football Season
So we are stuck here in the summer doldrums, but football will be here before we know it. I'm interested as to what others' thoughts and expectations for the upcoming season are.

Personally, I think the bar is set at 8 wins on average for our program. But for this upcoming season that number may be a little high. I'm thinking 6 wins and a bowl trip should be fairly reasonable to expect for this season. Breaking down the schedule...

Michigan State - Away - Loss
San Jose State - Away - Win
Oklahoma State - Home - Loss
Wyoming - Home - Win
SMU - Away - Win
Navy - Home - Win
Cincinnati - Away - Loss
Memphis - Home - Loss
Tulane - Away - Win
UCF - Home - Loss
Houston - Home - Loss
ECU - Away - Win

I think some of these wins/losses could be swapped around. Like we win vs OSU but lose to ECU. Or beat Houston, but lose to Tulane.
06-24-2019 11:37 AM
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