Saturday, September 25, 2010

NCAA Football Week 4

Week 4 is when some go big or go home. We've had a few weeks to watch. The Championship contenders are stating to separate themselves. Tonight, TCU stumbled through the first half but managed to play up to their expectations. I love how two schools from small conferences are in the National Championship conversation. Why does Cal always disappoint? Miami got back on track with a romping of NFL reject Wansant and Pittsburgh. Arkansans and Alabama, Ryan Mallet might make a star out of himself and the Razorbacks if his defense can hold Ingram and that beast of offense called the Tide. Looks to be a fabulous College Saturday.

Easy 2 Teamer: LOCKS OF THE WEEK

Georgia Tech -8

North Carolina State
ACC always has talent. The Yellow Jackets come in ranked 3rd in the nation in rushing but 42nd in scoring. They will control the ball and use their size and speed advantage to put up a bunch of points in a route.

Nevada -4.5


Quarterback Name Here lead the Wolf Pack to an impressive win over, pver rated Cal. Cal continues to disappoint, With that new training facility, that big contract and always playing below the hype, coach Tedford's job security will be question. Good thing the PAC 10 and USC don't look like the dominate forces they were in the past few years.

2 Team Under Dog, Out Right Long Shot

Central Michigan (+215)


The 2-1 Chippewas are nationally ranked 4th for points against and 25th in passing yardage. Sophmore quarterback Ryan Radcliff is looking to make a name for himself in the mac against Big Ten North Western 8th overall in points against. Gonna be a slobber knocker, the under looks good too.

Boston College (+165)

Virginia Tech

ACC Atlantic rivals. It's football season. Both of these college boast talented athletes in all sports. Same with the players on the field in this game. A bunch will be playing on Sunday in a few years. The Eagles opened up their season with a win against Stockton native and linebacker, Weber State Damien McMillian. V-Tech quarterback, T-Rod score from any where on the field. He can also slang the ball all around the field. l. Look for BC to blitz and test his pocket presence but will also sit down in zones and make him find the one on one match up when they blitz.

Other, Less Confident Picks

Purdue -11½


Arkansas +7½


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