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Joseph Lisi

Joseph Lisi is a member of the FWAA (Football Writers Association of America), the Maxwell Football Club and the National Football Foundation. He is the owner of the website: www.goforthe2.com and hosts a weekly college football radio show on SB Nation Radio and FNSTY Sports Radio from 10-12pm EST every Saturday morning. Listen live at: www.sbnationradio.com or www.fntsy.com/radio. Joseph is a former college football researcher for ABC Sports and has been featured on: SportsXRadio with Ken Thomson, ESPN Radio, Sirius XM Radio, FNTSY Sports Network, the Sid Rosenberg Show (640 AM Sports-South Florida), 1560 AM CBS Sports Melbourne, FL and multiple media outlets throughout the nation. Joe appears every Friday with Ken Thomson on SportsXRadio for the Football Fiasco in which every game on the college board is broken down during the show. Follow Joe on Twitter: @goforthe2

Fast Forward 2017 Wk 1 “Inside The Numbers” South Carolina vs. North Carolina State

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South Carolina vs. North Carolina State Notes: Since 2006, South Carolina is 14-5 against FBS teams from the Carolinas and has won those games by an average margin of victory of 16 points per game. All five losses have come to the Clemson Tigers in that span.     South ...

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Fast Forward Week 1 2017 CAL vs. North Carolina “Inside The Numbers”

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CAL vs. North Carolina Notes: CAL finished with a 5-7 overall record in 2016 and lost those games to opponents with a combined overall record of 60-31 or .659% (San Diego St., Arizona St., Oregon St. , USC, Washington, Washington St. and Stanford). The Bears lost four of five games ...

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Fast Forward Week 1 2017 Lousiville vs. Purdue “Inside The Numbers”

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Louisville vs. Purdue Notes: Louisville won nine games in 2016 and outscored those opponents (Charlotte, Syracuse, Florida State, Marshall, Duke, N.C State, Virginia, Boston College and Wake Forest) by a combined margin of 460-161 or 33.2 points per game.   Those opponents had a combined overall record of 48-64 overall ...

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