On September 1st, the Bruins should be 1-0. The Wolf Pack is a very strong team with a young quarterback in Cody Fajardo. Once home to Super Bowl QB Colin Kaepernick, Nevada has had its fair share of success. Last season, Nevada’s defense allowed 34 points per game, the 102nd worst in college football. The Bruins on the other hand put up just over 34 points per game. With a strong incoming defensive class, the Bruins should be able to contain the Pack and posting 34 points should mean a surefire win. I say the Bruins win it, 37-21...
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