OddsShark Computer Predicting Major Upset In Week 1

first_imgA general view of an Oklahoma Sooners football game.NORMAN, OK – NOVEMBER 25: The Oklahoma Sooners and West Virginia Mountaineers in between plays at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on November 25, 2017 in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated West Virginia 59-31. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)We’re a month and a half away from the first week of the college football season. We hope you are as excited as we are.This year’s Week 1 slate features a number of intriguing matchups. There are some games that not only could have a major impact on the early polls, but on the College Football Playoff race as well.One of those games is Oklahoma-FAU. The Sooners are hosting Lane Kiffin’s squad in this one, and Oklahoma enters the season as a top-10 team and national title hopeful.But OU will also be breaking in a new starting quarterback, and FAU brings back a lot of offensive firepower. They could make things interesting.Is the potential there for an upset? OddsShark certainly seems to think so.OddsShark’s computer model is currently predicting FAU to knock off Oklahoma in Week 1.OddsShark's score prediction for FAU-Oklahoma.You can read all of OddsShark’s Week 1 predictions here.Oklahoma and FAU will meet on Sept. 1 in Norman.last_img read more

Junior WCh 2013 All Star Team announced Stenmalm is MVP of generation

Swedish left back Philip Stenmalm is the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the XIX Men’s Junior World Championship in Bosnia-Herzegovina. He was selected by an IHF expert jury as the best player of the current championship. The All Star Team of the 2013 Men’s Junior World Championship includes each three players of the finalists Spain and Sweden and each one from the semi-finallists France and Croatia.Goalkeeper: Peter Johannesson (Sweden)Left wing:  Andreas Berg (Sweden)Left back: Quentin Minel (France)Centre back: Pablo Cacheda Gonzales (Spain)Right back: Alex Djushebaev (Spain)Right wing: Ante Tokic (Croatia)Pivot: Gonzalo Porras Perez (Spain)Most Valuable Player (MVP): Philip Stenmalm (Sweden)Top scorer: Abdullah Algharaballi (Kuwait) – 65 goalsphoto: IHF Junior handballPhilip Stenmalm ← Previous Story Sweden is new junior world champion! Next Story → SC Magdeburg prepares replacement for Natek – Malmagro on trial! read more