If college football’s Week 2 slate of games were a car, it would be a 1997 Toyota Corolla.
There are highlights, certainly, like the power windows (Georgia-South Carolina), the sun roof that amazingly still functions (Notre Dame-Michigan) and the impressive spoiler you attached yourself because of excessive peer pressure (Florida-Miami).
Other than that, however, it lacks meaningful depth. Yes, Texas-BYU, your objection has been noted, and you can be the anti-lock brakes for this exercise.
But Las Vegas serves as the ultimate equalizer in situations such as these, providing point spreads of all shapes and sizes for these games. It's clear that Vegas is already on its game. The favorite covered 38 games in Week 1, while the underdog covered in 37. Not bad, Vegas. Not bad.
In the case of the updated AP Top 25 and Week 2 matchups, many of these point spreads are monstrous.
No matter, let's pick some winners.
Overall Record Against the Spread Entering Week 2: 13-7