The collective sports media “preview” of the Champs Sports Bowl game features one of my favorite phrases in college football. You hear it from time to time through the regular season, but it really comes alive when bowl season starts, when teams from the SEC (and to a lesser extent ACC) play against teams from the Big 10.
“TEAM A is faster than TEAM B.”
Problems with this statement: (1) it usually refers to the perceived speed of skill players and the defense, (2) it is usually not accompanied by any empirical evidence (i.e. 40-yard dash times), (3) it assumes that increasing overall team speed is leads to an increased probability that a team will achieve victory.
Wisconsin +6 over Florida State (-103) for 1x.