College Football 2011: Predicting the Winner of Every Week 3 Game

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College Football 2011: Predicting the Winner of Every Week 3 Game
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There were some great games in Week 2—notably Arizona State versus Missouri and the triple overtime thriller featuring Iowa versus Iowa State.

However, the first ever night game at the Big House (and new biggest attendance record holder) Michigan versus Notre Dame has to take the prize for the best game of Week 2. The Wolverines, down 24-7 heading into the fourth quarter, rallied to score 28 points in that quarter, including 14 points in the last 72 seconds of the game to win 35-31.

Let’s turn our attention to Week 3 now. We’ve got 64 games involving 112 teams from the FBS and 16 teams playing schools from the FCS.

The game of the week has to be Oklahoma at Florida State as it will change the look of the top five and set the stage for the BCS run for the 2011 season.

Eight teams are idle this week: Air Force, East Carolina, FAU, Middle Tennessee, Oregon State, Rice, Rutgers and Utah State.  Teams listed second (ie: LSU vs.  Mississippi State) are the home team.

Here are my predictions for the winners of every Week 3 college football game.

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