College Football 2011: Predicting the Winner of Every Week 2 Game

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College Football 2011: Predicting the Winner of Every Week 2 Game
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College football blazed back into action this past weekend with a thriller down in Texas.  The Baylor Bears leapt out to a sizable lead early in the game, only to see the Horned Frogs of TCU come back and threaten to eke out the win.

Baylor prevailed in the end, and millions of college football fans remembered why they love this sport so much. The win catapulted Baylor QB Robert Griffin III into early Heisman talk.

Not too many surprises in Week 1. LSU dominated Oregon and Boise State handled Georgia. Oklahoma and Alabama rolled onto wins as did Stanford, Florida State and Wisconsin.

Notre Dame, Oregon State and UCLA all came out in week one and belly flopped – dashing the hopes of their fans on impact.  USC eked out a win against Minnesota with sophomore wideout Robert Woods setting a USC single game record with 17 receptions (formerly held by Johnnie Morton). 

Week 2 brings more great matchups with Penn State facing Alabama in Happy Valley, ASU taking on Mizzou,  and the inaugural Pac-12 games kicking off—so let’s take a look at them and predict the winners!


  • There are 65 games involving 110 teams from the FBS in action during Week 2. Twenty teams play schools from the FCS.
  • 10 Teams are IDLE: Baylor, Boise State, Kansas State, Maryland, Miami (Fla.), Miami (O.), Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Troy
  • Teams in CAPS are the home teams
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