Posted September 24th, 2005 by Brian
Filed under: Football

Texas is off this week but there’s still a few big games to watch this weekend. The one I’m most interested in seeing between #10 Tennessee at #3 LSU got pushed back to Monday because of Hurricane Rita, so today there’s #21 Iowa at #8 Ohio State and big matchup at home for #4 Virginia Tech hosting #15 Georgia Tech. #1 USC plays #24 ranked Oregon, but I really don’t think that one is going to end up being very close. Here’s how we think things shake out today and Monday:

Last week: 16-2
Year to date: 39-11
Last week: 15-3
Year to date: 40-10
Colorado @ (12) Miami Miami Miami
(17) Michigan St. @ Illinois Michigan St. Michigan St.
(11) Purdue @ Minnesota Purdue Minnesota
(21) Iowa @ (8) Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State
Arkansas @ (20) Alabama Alabama Alabama
(16) Notre Dame @ Washington Notre Dame Notre Dame
Duke @ (23) Virginia Virginia Virginia
(5) Florida @ Kentucky Florida Florida
(15) Georgia Tech @ (4) Va. Tech Va. Tech Va. Tech
(14) Michigan @ Wisconsin Michigan Michigan
(9) Louisville @ South Florida Louisville Louisvile
Indiana State @ (19) Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech
(1) USC @ (24) Oregon USC USC
(7) Georgia @ Mississippi State Georgia Georgia
(18) Arizona State @ Oregon State Arizona St. Arizona St.
(10)Tennessee @ (3) LSU Tennessee LSU

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  1. reply to  #1


    Not too many differences this week. I guess we will be waiting until Monday to see about that LSU/Tennessee game.

  2. reply to  #2


    Louisville embarrassed themselves pretty badly and lost me some money. Way to go Louisville.

  3. reply to  #3


    Louisville looked freaking terrible, that game will hurt their ranking for years to come. Same thing with Boise State’s big loss to Georgia, it’s going to be tough for either them to start any year up decently high.

  4. reply to  #4


    After tonight I will be another 2 games ahead of you.

  5. reply to  #5


    Tennessee is really, really, really bad. I think my pick was just wishful thinking on my part that LSU would lose. I don’t think they’re that great either.

  6. reply to  #6


    Wow, what a comeback. I still can’t believe LSU lost. But it is probably a good thing for Texas.

  7. reply to  #7


    Told you LSU was overrated. I guess my earlier comment should have said Erik Ainge is terrible. It’s definitely a good thing for Texas, the fewer undefeated teams the better. With the weakened Big 12 this year, I’m a little worried an undefeated SEC or ACC team could jump us by the end of the year.

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