Posted October 1st, 2005 by Brian
Filed under: Football

Texas’ early morning game today at Missouri is definitely important for the Longhorns and their season, but probably not a big game nationally. If we’re not looking ahead at next week’s game with OU, the Tigers are a team a national title contender should handle.

Only three games between ranked teams this week, #1 USC’s defense faces a tough test against #14 Arizona State, #5 Florida travels to #15 Alabama, and overrated #13 Notre Dame goes to #22 Purdue. #3 Virginia Tech will face a pretty good test when they take on rival West Virginia, who is unranked but always puts up a good fight against them at home. Should be a great day of college football. Here’s how we think today’s games are going to go down:

Last week: 13-3
Year to date: 52-14
Last week: 13-3
Year to date: 53-13
(2) Texas @ Missouri Texas Texas
(3) Virginia Tech @ W. Virginia Va. Tech Va. Tech
Michigan @ Michigan St. Michigan Michigan St.
(19) Virginia @ Maryland Virginia Virginia
Ole Miss @ (10) Tennessee Tenn. Tenn.
Ball State @ (21) Boston College B.C. B.C.
(4) LSU @ Mississippi St. LSU LSU
(1) USC @ (14) Arizona St. USC USC
(23) Iowa St. @ Nebraska Iowa St. Iowa St.
(5) Florida @ (15) Alabama Florida Florida
Syracuse @ (6) Florida St. FSU FSU
(18) Minnesota @ Penn State Penn State Minnesota
Arizona @ (12) Cal Cal Cal
Kansas @ (16) Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech
(13) Notre Dame @ (22) Purdue Purdue Notre Dame
South Florida @ (9) Miami Miami Miami
Washington @ (20) UCLA UCLA UCLA

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  1. reply to  #1


    Lots of wrong picks by both of us this week, and the games aren’t all over yet. I really thought Iowa State would expose Nebraska and Florida would roll Alabama. Looks like the Tide are for real. Well it looks like I’ve at least tied things up.

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