How about some Tim Frizzell highlights?
Frizzell was evidently the star of Day 1 of Mizzou's camp season.
Honestly his film looks better at LB than RB above (to my eyes, anyway), but remember this name.
Over/under win totals for SEC teams:
- Alabama 10
- LSU 10
- Tennessee 9.5
- Georgia 8.5
- Ole Miss 8.5
- Arkansas 7.5
- Florida 7.5
- Auburn 6.5
- Mississippi State 6.5
- Texas A&M 6
- Missouri 5.5
- Kentucky 5
- South Carolina 5
- Vanderbilt 5
The initial reaction to the Mizzou line has been kind of funny -- Mizzou people seem to be leaning over, non-Mizzou people under. Maybe that's natural, but my contribution at the moment is that, using my 2016 S&P+ projections, Mizzou's projected win total is 6.1. And Mizzou's got something going in its favor: those projections don't incorporate transfers. That helps a team like TCU, which has brought some high-profile transfers (like QB Kenny Hill) to the table, and it'll help Missouri a smidge when I add Alex Ross and Chris Black to the ledger. So this feels like a semi-safe 'over' for me at the moment, especially since a ton of S&P+ projections are within about 0.1 or 0.2 of the over/unders. Mizzou has one of the larger cushions.
And if you're curious, here's how the win probabilities play out currently...
- 80-100%: EMU (91%), Delaware State (100%)
- 60-80%: MTSU (77%), Kentucky (74%), Vanderbilt (65%)
- 40-60%: SC (47%)
- 20-40%: WVU (33%), UGA (33%), Florida (23%), Arkansas (35%)
- 0-20%: LSU (9%), Tennessee (19%)
So the key to bowling will be taking care of business in the five semi-easy home games and either taking down SC/WVU/UF on the road of UGA/Arkansas at home. That sounds pretty doable to me at the moment.