Gordon P Smith Roar Guru

Gordon P Smith

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I'm a Yank who stays up Friday and Saturday nights from March through September to get my fix o'footy.

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February 2017
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An analytical approach to roster analysis

An analytical approach to roster analysis

23 Dec 2017

Now that the trading period and draft is over we can start to get a feel for what the 2018 rosters will look like for each of the 18 AFL teams hoping to play through to the end of September this coming year.

The act II mega-bowl-forecast post is finally here!

The act II mega-bowl-forecast post is finally here!

15 Dec 2017

Yes, it’s finally time to put our figurative neck on the line and make our selections for the winners of not only the 37 ‘meaningless exhibition’ bowl games in the FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision)

College football decides on its final four

College football decides on its final four

6 Dec 2017

American College Football has seeded its top four teams for the playoffs ahead of what should be an exciting end to the season.

Conference championship weekend in college football

Conference championship weekend in college football

30 Nov 2017

This Saturday is the penultimate event on the FBS calendar in American collegiate football – the weekend when all the conference championships are determined and the bowl invitations are passed out, including the four most treasured invites to the national championship playoff games.

College football title chase hits the home stretch

College football title chase hits the home stretch

14 Nov 2017

Last week, we took a gander at the lower half of Division 1 American college football as it hit the two-weeks-to-go mark before the playoff selection.

A look at the FCS picture in college football

A look at the FCS picture in college football

8 Nov 2017

We spend a majority of our time looking at what’s called the FBS, or the Bowl Subdivision, of American college football.