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  • Texas Longhorns at Kansas State Wildcats

    Texas Longhorns
    Kansas State Wildcats

    Game Time: Saturday 25 October, 2014 - 12:00pm

    The only team without a Big 12 Conference loss takes center stage on Saturday, as the 11th-ranked Kansas State Wildcats entertain the Texas Longhorns. Charlie Strong's inaugural season at Texas hasn't gone quite the way he had hoped, as the Longhorns are 3-4 overall and 2-2 in conference. The team did manage to put the brakes on a two-game slide by posting a 48-45 win versus visiting Iowa State last weekend. That victory came on the heels of a near- upset of Oklahoma the week prior, as the 'Horns fell just short in their annual clash with the Sooners, 31-26. Save for a narrow home loss to Auburn (20-14) in mid-September, Kansas State would be perfect on the year. As it is, the Wildcats come in to this contest at 5-1, 3-0 in conference, and are in the driver's seat with regard to winning the Big 12 title. Coach Bill Snyder's club still has several tough games, including this week, and against Oklahoma State, TCU, West Virginia and Baylor. Kansas State owns an 8-6 lead in the all-time series with Texas, but the Longhorns snapped a five-game losing streak to the Wildcats with last year's 31-21 triumph in Austin.

    Kansas State has one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the Big 12 in Jake Waters. A 65.1 percent passer who has thrown for 1,431 yards, nine TDs and only three INTs, Waters does just enough to keep his team on course as it navigates its way to the top of the conference standings. Waters also does his best to keep defenses honest by using his legs, as he is the Wildcats' leading rusher with 371 yards, scoring seven TDs along the way. Charles Jones has found the end zone eight times, logging 339 yards on 69 totes, while DeMarcus Robinson has tallied 274 yards and three scores. Collectively, K-State is averaging 39.2 points and 434.2 yards per contest, and the 'Cats lead the Big 12 in third-down conversions (.500), as well as with the fewest penalties (22) and in time of possession (32:12). They also possess one of the best special teams units in the league, leading the way in punt return average, as well as kickoff coverage. KSU is among the top defensive teams in the conference as well, yielding just 22.5 ppg. The 'Cats are especially stout against the run, permitting a league- low 100.8 ypg. The pass (251.2 ypg) is another story, but that's due in large part to the fact that most opponents have had to abandon the run in an attempt to battle from behind. K-State ranks No. 1 in the conference in red zone defense (.778). Both teams are sure to play hard and put their best foot forward in an effort to put another tally in the win column. That said, the Wildcats are the better all-around squad, and with the home crowd behind them, they should find a way to come out on top.


  • Minnesota Golden Gophers at Illinois Fighting Illini

    Minnesota Golden Gophers
    Illinois Fighting Illini

    Game Time: Saturday 25 October, 2014 - 12:00pm

    The Minnesota Golden Gophers will try to strengthen their postseason positioning on Saturday afternoon in a Big Ten Conference road tilt with Illinois at Memorial Stadium. Minnesota moved into sole possession of first place in the Big Ten West Division, and claimed its first 3-0 start in conference play since 1990, with last week's 39-38 comeback win over Purdue. The Golden Gophers could really use another win here before heading into a November schedule that features Iowa and Ohio State, followed by trips to Nebraska and Wisconsin. Illinois should be well-rested coming off a bye last week, and the fact that it is Homecoming should provide some extra juice. Prior to the week off, the Fighting Illini suffered their third straight loss, a 38-28 setback to Wisconsin in Madison. They are still searching for their first win in conference play. Minnesota has won the last three meetings with Illinois, and leads the all- time series, 35-28-3.

    Minnesota continues to rely heavily on the ground game, and not much else. The team ranks No. 25 in the nation in rushing offense (222.4 ypg), but only 109th in total offense (348.7 ypg). David Cobb is fifth in the nation in rushing with 144.7 ypg, and he ran for 194 yards and a touchdown in the win over Purdue. Mitch Leidner threw for 165 yards and two TDs, and he also ran for 84 yards and a score. Leidner has completed only 54.1 percent of his passes on the season. This is an interesting matchup between contrasting offensive styles. Keep an eye on the turnover battle as Illinois is tied for 115th in the nation in turnover margin, whereas Minnesota is tied for 11th. The Gophers should be able to control the clock in this one, but they must be careful not to look ahead to next week's bye.


  • Georgia Southern Eagles at Georgia State Panthers

    Georgia Southern Eagles
    Georgia State Panthers

    Game Time: Saturday 25 October, 2014 - 2:00pm

    Two teams at opposite ends of the Sun Belt Conference standings gather in Atlanta this weekend, as the Georgia State Panthers grapple with the Georgia Southern Eagles at the Georgia Dome. Since opening the 2014 campaign on Aug. 27 with a last-second victory over Abilene Christian (38-37) at home, the Panthers have gone on to drop six straight decisions against FBS competition. Last weekend, the team was taken out by South Alabama on in the road in a close call, 30-27, which means the Panthers have now fallen in 22 of their last 23 outings. Since the start of the 2012 campaign, Georgia State has a grand total of two wins. Unfortunately for the Panthers, who are now 0-4 in conference play and all alone at the bottom of the SBC standings, after the game this weekend the team will be on the road for three straight, before returning to the Georgia Dome for the season finale versus Texas State late next month.

    While Georgia State wallows in last place, the Eagles are flying high in first place thanks to a 4-0 conference start. Overall, Georgia Southern has won five of seven games this season and is riding a four-game win streak at the moment. The team recently enjoyed a week off after crushing Idaho at home on Oct. 11 by a score of 47-24. Despite hailing from the same state and now playing in the same conference, this is actually the first-ever meeting between the schools on the football field. The offense for the Eagles has been lighting up the scoreboard so far in 2014, generating 41.3 ppg, thanks in large part to an aggressive running attack that is responsible for a staggering 372.0 ypg and a total of 30 touchdowns. Other key factors working against the Panthers these days are their poor kickoff returns (17.6 yards per, 119th nationally) and allowing foes to convert 51.0 percent of their third down plays (123rd). Add to that a turnover margin of minus-1.29 per game (119th), and it is easy to see why Georgia State continues to be an underdog, even at home.


  • Central Michigan Chippewas at Buffalo Bulls

    Central Michigan Chippewas
    Buffalo Bulls

    Game Time: Saturday 25 October, 2014 - 3:30pm

    Following a bye week and the firing of head coach Jeff Quinn, the Buffalo Bulls will try to right the ship as they play host to the Central Michigan Chippewas in a Mid-American Conference clash at UB Stadium. Central Michigan, after having won two games in a row, dropped a curious home contest to Ball State last weekend on a 55-yard game-winning field goal for the Cardinals with 17 seconds left to play. The Chippewas tied the score up at 29-29 late in the fourth thanks to a Cooper Rush touchdown pass and two-point conversion run, but the Cards ended up with the 32-29 victory.

    The Chippewas rattled off a pair of strong, one-sided victories over Ohio and Northern Illinois in back-to-back weeks, but just last weekend dropped the contest to previously one-win Ball State. It seemed the Central Michigan offense had gotten hot at the right time, but the team's defense was a bit lacking against the Cardinals, who let running back Jahwan Edwards run loose. Still, moving forward, the Chippewas have perhaps the best trio of skills players in the MAC when all healthy. All three were on display last weekend against Ball State. Rush finished the game with 245 passing yards and three touchdowns, although his mistake-driven side showed itself in his two interceptions tossed. He has Central Michigan averaging 218 passing ypg and 23.8 ppg this season, and he has the help of top wideout Titus Davis, who was also on display last Saturday. Davis caught a team-best 10 passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns, which brings his season total to 502 yards and four scores on 31 catches. He and fellow receiver Jesse Kroll each have four receiving touchdowns. This matchup in Buffalo between Central Michigan and the Bulls features two of the MAC's best offenses, including two of the best running backs (Rawls ranks fifth nationally with 1,007 rushing yards and third with 167.8 ypg) statistically in the entire country. So it will come down to whichever defense can force the other squad to make the most mistakes that could lead to points off turnovers. Buffalo is a strong team at home, and might need an adjustment period without Quinn at the helm. This one figures to be a high-scoring affair.


  • Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Pittsburgh Panthers

    Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
    Pittsburgh Panthers

    Game Time: Saturday 25 October, 2014 - 3:30pm

    ACC Coastal Division foes will collide at Heinz Field on Saturday afternoon, as the Pittsburgh Panthers play host to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. Paul Chryst's Panthers are very much in the hunt for a divisional crown and berth in the ACC Championship Game. Pittsburgh sits tied with Duke and Virginia atop the division standings at 2-1, and ended a three-game losing streak with a 21-16 win over Virginia Tech on Oct. 16. Paul Johnson's Yellow Jackets opened the season with five straight wins and earned a spot in the Top-25. The team has hit a wall of sorts however, with back-to-back losses to Duke (31-25) and North Carolina (48-43). The loss to the Tar Heels leaves Tech at 2-2 in conference play.

    Johnson's triple-option attack is once again running at full throttle this season. The Yellow Jackets generate 463.3 yards of offense per game, with 306.3 coming on the ground, good for fourth nationally. Sophomore quarterback Justin Thomas is the straw that stirs the drink for Tech, leading the team in rushing with 625 yards and three TDs. Senior tailback Zach Laskey gets plenty of carries as well, racking up 595 yards and five scores on the year. Tech doesn't pass the ball much, but Thomas does lead all FBS quarterbacks with 19.18 yards per completion. He has 10 touchdown passes on the year, with half of them going to senior wideout De Andre Smelter (18 rec, 418 yds, 5 TDs). Both teams possess dominant rushing attacks, but star power resides with the Yellow Jackets, who should edge out the Panthers.


  • Oregon State Beavers at Stanford Cardinals

    Oregon State Beavers
    Stanford Cardinals

    Game Time: Saturday 25 October, 2014 - 3:30pm

    A pair of teams with losing league ledgers meet on Saturday afternoon, as the Oregon State Beavers visit the Stanford Cardinal. Last weekend, the Beavers lost for the second time in three games following a 3-0 start to the campaign. The setback was a difficult one to swallow, as they fell 29-23 in double-overtime to Utah at home. Oregon State is still 4-2 overall, but just 1-2 in Pac-12 Conference action.

    Oregon State's offense could be without two important pieces this weekend. Wide receiver Richard Mullaney is expected to miss the rest of the season with an elbow injury and running back Storm Woods is listed as questionable with a bum knee. Those are not exactly the developments a team ranked 11th in the conference in scoring offense (27.3 ppg) can use to improve. Terron Ward remains healthy, so the running game should be productive. Ward and Woods normally share carries, but Ward has tallied a team-high 412 yards and six rushing touchdowns on 82 attempts. Expect him to get even more work should Woods' injury keep him on the sidelines. Oregon State has done an excellent job of limiting opposing offenses in terms of yardage, ranking second in the Pac-12 in total defense (328.7 ypg). Michael Doctor (34) and Jabral Johnson (34) lead the team in tackles, while Ty Zimmerman (33 tackles, two INTs) and Steven Nelson (29 tackles, two INTs) have been ball hawks in the secondary.


  • Ohio State Buckeyes at Penn State Nittany Lions

    Ohio State Buckeyes
    Penn State Nittany Lions

    Game Time: Saturday 25 October, 2014 - 8:00pm

    Big Ten Conference border rivals square off on Saturday night, as the 13th-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes come calling on the Penn State Nittany Lions. Ohio State enters the fray having won five of its first six games, and the team has been victorious in 18 consecutive regular-season conference games. The Buckeyes have won four straight since suffering their lone defeat of the campaign (35-21 vs. Virginia Tech), with their most recent triumph coming in a 56-17 rout of visiting Rutgers last Saturday. The all-time series between these two teams leans in favor of Ohio State, 15-13, and the Buckeyes won the last meeting two years ago in Happy Valley, 35-23. OSU has won three straight on Penn State's home field, with the Lions' last home win in the series being a 17-10 decision back in 2005.

    The Ohio State offense has been on fire recently, scoring at least 50 points in four straight outings to establish a new school record. In those games, the Buckeyes have amassed at least 500 yards of offense -- also a new program benchmark. As a result, OSU ranks first in the Big Ten in total offense (533.8 ypg), and fourth in the country in scoring (46.5 ppg). Coach Urban Meyer's club has outscored its last four opponents by a 224-69 margin. The Buckeyes are led by quarterback J.T. Barrett, who has filled in admirably for injured star Braxton Miller by completing 65.2 percent of his passes for 1,615 yards, 20 TDs and only five INTs. Barrett is also a threat to break out of the pocket, and has done so for 383 yards and four scores. The team's leading rusher is Ezekiel Elliott with his 531 yards and four TDs, while the top target in the passing game is Michael Thomas (21 receptions, 377 yards, five TDs). Ohio State is only two wins away from matching the Big Ten mark for consecutive regular-season conference victories, which it set back from 2005-07. While inching closer week on the road against a staunch defensive squad won't be easy, it should still happen.


  • Free NFL Picks

  • Buffalo Bills at New York Jets

    Buffalo Bills
    New York Jets

    Game Time: Sunday 26 October, 2014 - 1:00pm

    Rex Ryan and Co. nearly pulled off an unlikely bounce-back in Week 7 at New England, taking a New York team that had been held to 151 yards in a 31-0 loss at San Diego and humbled by Peyton Manning in a 14-point home defeat to Denver, and transforming it into a wrecking machine that battered the Patriots for 218 rushing yards and 423 yards of total offense.

    The Jets are eighth in the league at stopping the run - allowing 88 yards per game - but they were gashed for 300 against San Diego and Denver before holding the Patriots to 63 in the Week 7 loss.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 40

  • Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals

    Baltimore Ravens
    Cincinnati Bengals

    Game Time: Sunday 26 October, 2014 - 1:00pm

    Flacco threw for 258 yards while also getting picked off twice. Smith ended with 81 yards receiving on three catches and the defense logged five sacks for a second straight week.

    Flacco, meanwhile, should have no trouble finding Steve Smith and Daniels across the middle, taking advantage of the Bengals' injury issues at linebacker


  • Oakland Raiders at Cleveland Browns

    Oakland Raiders
    Cleveland Browns

    Game Time: Sunday 26 October, 2014 - 4:15pm

    Oakland enters the weekend after its latest missed opportunity for a streak- ender, a 24-13 home loss to Arizona in which it was outgained by 145 yards and saw rookie quarterback Derek Carr held to less than 200 for the third time in six games.

    Cleveland's top three runners - Ben Tate, Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell - have just nine catches between them, but it might not hurt Pettine and Co. to incorporate that approach.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OAKLAND RAIDERS + 7