College Football Predictions Week 7: Oklahoma Sooners Leads Late Night Winners
Who wants to burn the midnight oil and stay up for some late night college football? Well, put on another pot of coffee, find a can of Surge or head to your local pup or restaurant because there is a lot of great college football on later tonight.
The first game that starts at 9:00 p.m. or later is between Oklahoma and Kansas. It’s a game that will feature an Oklahoma team, trying to prove that they should open the BCS rankings at No. 1.
They still are No. 1 in the eyes of the NCAA coaches who vote in the USA Today Poll every week. But, they are No. 3 in the eyes of the press who vote in the Associated Press Poll.
You should watch tonight to see if Oklahoma tries to score as many points as possible, trying to open the BCS standings at No. 1.
The second game is the ESPN, game of the week. As No. 9 Oregon welcomes No. 18 Arizona State.
Both teams come into this game still with a shot at the Pac-12 championship and a shot, an outside shot, at making the BCS championship game.
Oregon needs a big win tonight, to move ahead of Stanford in the BCS standings. The win will be their first over a ranked team, something that Stanford has not done this year.
A big win for Oregon tonight may just move them ahead of other undefeated teams like Clemson and Boise State.
So make a point to stay away and see two teams trying to score as many points as possible to impress the computers, aka the BCS standings.
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