My "Updated" Top 10 rankings based just if I went down the list of who I think beats who. The higher you are I think you can beat the teams below you more often then the teams above you.
1. Ohio State
I think there is a big drop off from Clemson to OU. Alabama drops due to losing the only player they could not lose. With so many injuries of defense, and the lost of their best player Tua. Alabama just lost a guy who produced 62% of their total offense. If Alabama faces a top 10 offense, do they hold anyone under 30 points? The question is, can they score more than 30 points with out Tua against a top 10 defense?
I put OU above Georgia, and Utah because I think OU can win a shoot out. Also, their defense can show up. I don't think Georgia can win a shoot out. Their offense just get bogged down by good defenses. I don't think they score above 21 points against a top 10 defense.
I move Michigan up to #10. I think they are gaining their stride and found somewhat of an identity on offense, but still probably gets beat more often by the 9 above them.
Completely agree. I'm trying to find a video example to show my club members.
Here's a sort of example, but way too complicated:
Spieth’s cart-path shot avoids controversial penalty
What was an incredible shot from the cart part has created yet another rules controversy at a major championship.
Unless I’m grossly mistaken, the process for dropping onto a cart path doesn’t differ at all from dropping anywhere else. There’s a higher likelihood that the ball will ultimately come to rest outside of the relief area, but the process for dealing with that is no different than any other drop either...
Of course, once the initial drop process is complete, the player will likely have the option of taking relief from the cart path, as a distinctly separate procedure.