Saturday, October 23, 2010

COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 8: IN RHYTHM FOR A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP


Some college football Saturdays, you miss all of the morning games. Maybe it was the schooling or work week that wore you out and your playing catch up on your sleep from just last night. Either way, your pissed cause you knew they're some winners in there. So, you reminder your self, they all could been losers as well and continue with the games yet to kick off, assuming you have some insight in the game you will be risking something on.


North Carolina +6.5

Miami (FL)


One of those rules a few seasons back would be bet only against the Tarheels in football. But a lot has changed, both teams have quarterbacks who can sling the ball. Jacory Harris for Miami can get loose from any spot on the field. The game will be close, and Miami will win by a late field goal set up by a Jacory Harris scramble from mid field to with in range of their kicker.


Marshall

East Carolina -13.5


ECU always has many game during the week. It seems they own the Versus channel as well. Marshall got the spot light a few weeks ago and if they hope to compete in this game, they must play harder and faster. ECU by a bunch of touch downs.


Wisconsin +6.5

Iowa


Big schools from the Big ten. Iowa should have been on my radar, but they sneaked up on me and played fabulous football except when they lost to Arizona, at home. I expect that to continue but this will be a close Big Ten conference struggle. Iowa by a late field goal.


Kansas State

Baylor -6.5


Baylor is ranked 13th in the nation in passing yards. Kansas State defends the pass ranked in the middle of the nation. Look for Baylor to take its opportunities down field, and win those battles. Baylor in a blow at home.


Oklahoma

Missouri +6


Plus six, at home. Confrence rivals, Tigers competing with the number 1 team in the nation. Much to play for and be excited as a Missouri fan. Great game, must watch! Can't Wait!


Nebraska

Oklahoma St +3


Cowboys, at home. Gundy giving his I am a man speech! I learned the lesson of never betting against your favorite coach when, even when coach is on the road against a conference rival. Cowboys roll at home.


Arizona State +3

California


Cal has been embarrassed a few times this season and lasts. Always coming in with high expectations, coach Tedford has yet to find a quarterback to lead his team to PAC dominance and his dreams of being in the national championship conversation will have to wait for next year again.


Louisiana State

Auburn -5


The battle of the red and crimson Tigers against, the yellow and purple of LSU Tigers. Auburn's Jordan-Hare Stadium will be the loudest in recent memory. 1 quarterback, 2 names Cameron Newton. The speedy QB can throw the ball as well the ability to score from any spot on the field. LSU and Les Miles keep it close through the first half, but Auburn runs it up and in their face in the quarters where it counts most.

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