Let's see how good I am picking games in Week Four. Granted, I'm not picking by the spread, but here we go! Winners in bold.
I'm pretty big on Huskies' RB Donald Brown, and not so high on Baylor, as always. I have to go with UConn in this one.
The Bulldogs let up just 3 points last week, and Ga. Tech is in the ACC (Awful Coastal Conference). That being said, I'm going with the home Yellow Jackets.
It's been a while since the Pirates were favored in this matchup, and although I see it as a trap game for them, I think they beat the Wolfpack.
Sure they are undefeated, but Minnesota sucks. And FAU only lost to Michigan State by 17. I think Minnesota would lose to the Spartans by at least 30.
Ohio U. (0-3) at Northwestern (3-0), noon
I thought the Bobcats would be alright this year after the OSU game, but the Wildcats will show their Big 10 chest and send the Bobcats to an 0-4 record.
Wells out, Pryor probably in: OSU rolls.
This is simple: Penn State in a laugher.
This will be closer than most people think, but Painter is better than LeFevour, Boilermakers win.
St. Louisan Adrian Clayborn leads the Hawkeyes in tackles, but he won't get to McCoy too often. Wannstedt's Panthers take a close one.
Saban vs. Petrino. Roll Tide!
Kevin Smith and Matt Ryan gone creates no hype. BC is at home though.
South Carolina State (2-1) at Clemson (2-1), 1 p.m.
This isn't even fair...Clemson all the way.
Eastern Michigan (1-2) at Maryland (2-1), 1 p.m.
Maryland is riding a nice wave after beating Cal.
Buffalo (2-1) at Missouri (3-0), 2 p.m.
Expect Mizzou to throw up another 50+.
Wyoming (2-1) at BYU (3-0), 3 p.m.
See last week's BYU result, if you don't have access: BYU in a blowout.
UCLA got spanked, but comes back this week with some fire.
Tebow boosts his Heisman chances with a win over Fulmer's crew on the road.
Randy Shannon's Hurricanes go into a tough environment and win.
Javon Ringer and the Spartans dominate a quality Irish D.
Jairus Byrd and Co. stop Ian Johnson, Ducks win at Autzen.
Seminoles in a close one behind an improving offense.
Miami University (1-2) at Cincinnati (1-1), 7:30 p.m.
One of the oldest rivalries in football, but the Bearcats are too much this year.
In one of two headliners: Auburn wins in a classic SEC defensive battle.
Arizona State loses last week, can they come back this week and beat the Bulldogs? Yes!