Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

T-U 2

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

T-U 2

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HAYS, THE MAGNIFICENTLY INACCURATE

It's time for the bowl season to really get humming, which means it's time for your humble seer to embarrass himself again.

Notre Dame (plus 3 points) vs. Miami: Notre Dame has stability. Miami doesn't. I'll take the Fighting Irish.

Central Florida (plus 6.5) vs. Georgia: The Bulldogs are much more athletic and are going to romp.

Florida State (plus 3) vs. South Carolina: The Seminoles won't be able to stop the Gamecocks. South Carolina will cover.

Penn State (plus 7.5) vs. Florida: Why is UF a touchdown favorite over anyone? Penn State and the points will be a lock.

Connecticut (plus 17) vs. Oklahoma: This is too many points to pass up. I'll take the Huskies to keep it close enough to cover.

Arkansas (plus 3.5) vs. Ohio State: I loved Arkansas in this game before the Buckeyes' NCAA fiasco. Give me the Razorbacks.

HAYS' HEADLINES

With inspiration from satirical website theonion.com, here are the top stories that just missed the paper. These are Hays' headlines.

- Should Titans upset Colts, Jack Del Rio will send Jeff Fisher a case of Just For Men

- Tim Tebow moves to within 185 career wins of tying Brett Favre's NFL record

- Carolina Panthers hand Roger Goodell card with Andrew Luck's name

- NCAA suspends five Ohio State players for first five games of 2027 season

- Steve Addazio vows to bring unproductive, predictable offense to Temple

- Tiger Woods salvages year by winning fantasy football title

- Santa Claus leaves Scottie Pippen jersey in LeBron James' stocking

- Texans coach Gary Kubiak to swipe a small amount of office supplies each day this week

- Michigan consults Ron Zook to get a sense of how loud Mississippi State's cowbells sound

2 CENTS

The spread should be dead in Gainesville.

New Florida football coach Will Muschamp will likely announce his offensive coordinator early next week.

The expectation is Muschamp's hire will come from the NFL, meaning the Gators will no longer be running the spread option. It's a fairly easy assumption to make seeing how no team in the NFL runs the spread option. …

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