Countdown to Kickoff: Bobcats visit co-champion Chanticleers
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Sun Belt Conference coaches pick their Super Bowl LV winner
It’s time for your relatives, friends and others to give you a lot of unasked Super Bowl takes. Whatever happens in Super Bowl LV on Sunday between Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes is sure to be an instant classic, regardless of the outcome. You’ve probably heard about who’s going to win the Super Bowl from just about everyone by now, but now, here are some college coaches from the Sun Belt Football Conference explaining their picks. AdGeorgia State University— Shawn ElliotPick: ChiefsThanks to @GeorgiaStateFB head coach Shawn Elliott for breaking down Super Bowl LV and picking a winner. @CoastalFootball head coach Jamey Chadwell breaks down Super Bowl LV.
Coastal Carolina's Jamey Chadwell is AP coach of the year
FILE - In this Oct. 31, 2020, file photo, Coastal Carolina coach Jamey Chadwell waits to lead his team onto the field for an NCAA football game against Georgia State in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Amis, File)Coastal Carolina’s Jamey Chadwell is The Associated Press college football coach of the year after leading the Chanticleers to a surprising, near-perfect season. UCF’s Scott Frost was AP coach of the year in 2017 and Gary Patterson won the first of his two AP awards with TCU in 2009 when the Horned Frogs were competing in the Mountain West. Chadwell came to Coastal Carolina in 2017 as offensive coordinator for former coach Joe Moglia after four successful season at FCS Charleston Southern. ___VotingJamey Chadwell, Coastal Carolina - 88 points (16 first-place votes).
Successful season? College football played 500-plus games
“Do I think it would be a great matchup in college football, particularly in 2020? College football researcher and statistician Cody Kellner calculated 82 scheduled games were never played and 86.8% of the major college football season will be completed if no games are canceled Saturday. Teams played 52 of 55 potential regular-season games, including 43 of 45 conference games, plus a championship game. Teams played 85 of 90 potential regular-season games, including 70 of 75 conference games, plus a championship game. ___Follow Ralph D. Russo at https://twitter.com/ralphDrussoAP and listen at https://westwoodonepodcasts.com/pods/ap-top-25-college-football-podcast/___More AP college football: https://apnews.com/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25