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  • Maryland Terrapins at Syracuse Orangemen

    Maryland Terrapins
    Syracuse Orangemen

    Game Time: Saturday 20 September, 2014 - 12:30pm

    The Syracuse Orange take aim at their first 3-0 start since 1991 when they entertain the Maryland Terrapins at the Carrier Dome this Saturday. It took two overtimes for Syracuse to dispatch FCS foe Villanova in the season opener. The Orange then went on the road to tangle with Central Michigan and rolled to a 40-3 triumph. A win against Maryland would move them to 3-0. The last time that occurred, the Orange finished 10-2 and defeated Ohio State in the Hall of Fame Bowl.

    Maryland got off to a 2-0 start itself before falling just short against West Virginia (40-37) last Saturday. The Terps held a 37-30 lead in the fourth quarter, but a 69-yard punt return for a touchdown from WVU's William Likely and a 47-yard field goal from Josh Lambert as time expired extinguished their hopes for a win. These teams met last year for the first time as ACC foes, with Syracuse taking a 20-3 victory. The Orange lead the all-time series, 18-14-2, but Maryland is now a member of the Big Ten Conference. Even in defeat, Maryland put forth a solid offensive showing against WVU, racking up 447 yards. However, they had less than half as many first downs as the Mountaineers (33-16), while letting up nearly 700 yards of total offense. Through the first three games, Maryland is averaging a healthy 37.7 points per game, but it is just seventh in the Big Ten in total offense (411.7 ypg). Syracuse performed extremely well on offense against Central Michigan after suffering some setbacks against Villanova. The Orange had 464 yards of total offense and averaged 5.9 yards per play. They averaged more than a yard less per play against the Wildcats.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 52 POINTS

  • Virginia Cavaliers at Brigham Young (B.Y.U.) Cougars

    Virginia Cavaliers
    Brigham Young (B.Y.U.) Cougars

    Game Time: Saturday 20 September, 2014 - 3:30pm

    Coming off a huge win at home over a top 25 program, the Virginia Cavaliers set their sights on another nationally-ranked opponent, as they take on the 21st-ranked BYU Cougars on Saturday afternoon at LaVell Edwards Stadium. There is no question that Mike London is on the hot seat at Virginia, as the Cavaliers have struggled to make significant progress under his watchful eye. However, the 2014 season has started off well, with two wins in the first three games, including knocking off last week's 21st-ranked squad Louisville in Charlottesville, 23-21. The victory gave the Cavaliers two wins on the season, matching the amount of wins the team had all last year. It also ended a 10-game losing streak in ACC play and an 11-game losing streak against FBS competition.

    Virginia has had its most success in the early going on the defensive side of the football. The Cavaliers have done a real nice job against the run (84.7 ypg) and are yielding just 354.0 yards of total offense per game. Big plays have come in a flurry for Virginia, which has already recorded 12 sacks and 13 takeaways in the first three games. Being able to hold the explosive Cardinals in check and earn the victory was certainly a morale boost for the Cavs, according to their defensive leader. BYU has done a good job defensively for the most part as well, yielding just 312.7 yards per game. The team has been especially stingy against the run, limiting foes to just 54.3 ypg on a mere 2.1 ypc. The unit has forced six turnovers and recorded seven sacks through the first three games.

    Prediction: TAKE THE UNDER 50 POINTS

  • Texas State Bobcats at Illinois Fighting Illini

    Texas State Bobcats
    Illinois Fighting Illini

    Game Time: Saturday 20 September, 2014 - 4:00pm

    Coming off their first loss of the season, the Illinois Fighting Illini will try to recover when they entertain the Texas State Bobcats at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Illini traveled to Seattle last weekend to face Chris Petersen and the Washington Huskies. The trip was a depressing one for the Big Ten squad, as the Illini were routed in a 44-19 final. They are now 2-1 on the campaign with wins over Youngstown State (28-17) and Western Kentucky (42-34) coming prior to the loss to the Huskies. Texas State has split its first two games with a 65-0 thrashing of FCS foe Arkansas-Pine Bluff and a 35-21 setback at home against Navy. This is the Bobcats' first game away from San Marcos this year, and their first-ever against Illinois.

    Like many teams with a small sampling of games, Texas State's offensive numbers are a bit misleading right now. The Bobcats are technically averaging 43 points and 569.5 yards per game, but they had 442 yards of total offense against Navy, compared to 697 against Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Tyler Jones has been rather consistent under center, however, completing 73.8 percent of his throws for 509 yards and five scores to just one interception. He tallied 231 yards on 24-of-36 passing against Navy, although his efficiency rating was more than 100 points below the 230.2 effort he had against UAPB. On defense, the Bobcats have only allowed 35 total points, but all of those came last weekend against Navy. The Bobcats also have permitted a total of 684 yards in the first two games, as well as 31 first downs (half as many as they have picked up), and just seven second-half points.


  • Indiana Hoosiers at Missouri Tigers

    Indiana Hoosiers
    Missouri Tigers

    Game Time: Saturday 20 September, 2014 - 4:00pm

    In their final non-conference tune-up before the start of SEC play, the 18th-ranked Missouri Tigers will try to remain unbeaten when they take on the Indiana Hoosiers at Faurot Field on Saturday afternoon. Indiana opened up its schedule with a home matchup against FCS opponent Indiana State, and it took advantage by claiming a 28-10 victory. The Hoosiers stumbled last weekend against Bowling Green to fall to .500, losing 45-42 after allowing the game-winning touchdown with under 10 seconds to play. After a No. 24 ranking in the preseason, Missouri has slowly crept up the AP Poll thanks to a 3-0 start, registering easy wins against South Dakota State (38-18), Toledo (49-24) and UCF (38-10). A victory in this matchup would make the Tigers 4-0 for the seventh times in the last nine seasons.

    The Hoosiers hold a 6-3-2 advantage in the all-time series with the Tigers. Missouri's 45-28 win at Indiana last season was its first victory over the Hoosiers since 1954. Missouri's offense hasn't needed to amass that many yards (405.7 ypg) to assure plenty of points (41.7 ppg). It has been very efficient on third down (22-of-42) and in scoring touchdowns on red-zone drives (9-of-13). The keys to the offense belong to Maty Mauk under center and he's set a torrid pace in the early going with 13 touchdowns (one rushing) to just three interceptions. The Tigers' defense doesn't necessarily need to be great to support their high-scoring offense, but the unit is off to an impressive start nonetheless in allowing just 17.3 ppg, while forcing nine turnovers. Missouri has breezed by its first three opponents, and there's no reason to expect anything different in this one against a shaky Indiana squad.


  • Clemson Tigers at Florida State Seminoles

    Clemson Tigers
    Florida State Seminoles

    Game Time: Saturday 20 September, 2014 - 8:00pm

    The top-ranked Florida State Seminoles put the nation's longest win streak on the line on Saturday evening, as they play host to the 22nd- ranked Clemson Tigers in a key ACC showdown at Doak Campbell Stadium. The reigning national champions have now strung together 18 consecutive victories and have won 15 straight league bouts as well. After running the table a year ago, Jimbo Fisher's squad opened the 2014 season with a hard- fought 37-31 victory over Oklahoma State in Arlington, Texas and followed that up with a 37-12 rout of the Citadel to keep the streak going. The Seminoles were idle last week.

    Dabo Swinney's Tigers, who were also idle a week ago, get back to work on the road. Clemson opened the year at nationally-ranked Georgia and was beaten by the Bulldogs 45-21. The team returned to Death Valley a week later and completely dominated South Carolina State, 73-7. Clemson had its way with South Carolina State last time out, as both Cole Stoudt and Deshaun Watson torched the Bulldogs through the air. Stoudt threw for 302 yards and one TD, while Watson went 8-of-9 passing, for 154 yards and three TDs. Freshman wide receiver Artavis Scott took advantage down the field with six catches, for 164 yards and two scores. In all, Clemson was able to amass a whopping 735 yards of total offense in the lopsided win, including 467 through the air. Clemson has one of the most talented defensive units in the entire country. The Tigers were exposed a bit by Georgia's All-American tailback Todd Gurley in the opener, but this is still a feared squad that can make plays.


  • California Golden Bears at Arizona Wildcats

    California Golden Bears
    Arizona Wildcats

    Game Time: Saturday 20 September, 2014 - 10:00pm

    Two very different but equally potent offenses will clash on Saturday night, as the pass-happy California Golden Bears challenge the run- oriented Arizona Wildcats in Pac-12 Conference play at Arizona Stadium. With wins in their first two games, the Golden Bears have already shown marked improvement in their second year under head coach Sonny Dykes. Last season, they had just one win in 12 tries. This year began with a surprising 31-24 road win against Northwestern, which was followed by a 55-14 rout of FCS foe Sacramento State. The Golden Bears were idle last weekend.

    Despite how strong they have been in the first two weeks, the Golden Bears have a tough task ahead of them against Arizona. The Wildcats are one of the top offensive teams in the country, ranking eighth in total offense (582.7 ypg) while scoring 39.7 ppg. The offensive success has continued even with the loss of Terris Jones- Grigsby, who is listed as questionable for this contest due to an ankle injury. Jones-Grigsby had 124 yards on 13 carries in the opener but has missed the last two games. Nick Wilson (449 yards, four TDs) has been a capable stand-in and will continue to get the bulk of the carries. This should be a highly entertaining offensive shootout between two of the more intriguing teams in the Pac-12. The Wildcats only narrowly took down the Golden Bears last season when Ka'Deem Carey was still around, and the opponent was still stumbling through a transition year. Cal will present a tougher challenge this time around.


  • San Diego State Aztecs at Oregon State Beavers

    San Diego State Aztecs
    Oregon State Beavers

    Game Time: Saturday 20 September, 2014 - 10:30pm

    San Diego State seeks its first road win of the season on Saturday night, as the Aztecs head to Reser Stadium to challenge the Oregon State Beavers in a non-conference battle. The Aztecs played the first two weeks of the new season before enjoying a bye last weekend, giving them a chance to regroup following a 31-27 loss to nationally-ranked North Carolina in Chapel Hill. A week earlier, SDSU kicked off the 2014 campaign on the right foot with a 38-7 rout of Northern Arizona at Qualcomm Stadium. Oregon State has enjoyed a similar road thus far, taking time off last weekend after winning the first two games of the campaign. Like SDSU, the Beavers also took down an opponent from the Football Championship Subdivision in the first week with a 29-14 triumph over Portland State, but unlike the Aztecs, OSU forged on to then defeat Hawaii on the road, 38-30, the following Saturday.

    Running back Donnel Pumphrey accounted for a game-high 100 yards and two TDs on 17 rushing attempts, while Chase Price carried the ball another 16 times for 71 yards in the SDSU ground attack. After a scoreless first quarter at Kenan Stadium two weeks ago, the Aztecs fell behind by a touchdown and then rattled off three straight TDs to assume control in enemy territory, but then the offense disappeared altogether. Quarterback Quinn Kaehler converted 23-of-39 passes for 341 yards and a score. Against Hawaii, the OSU quarterback threw a trio of TDs as he completed 26- of-37 passes for an even 300 yards. Almost half of his completions went to Victor Bolden, who caught 11 balls for a game-high 119 yards and a score. Not to be outdone, running back Terron Ward stepped up his efforts as he ran for a game-high 124 yards and landed in the end zone twice. Another strong point shows Oregon State ranked second in the country in pass the first three weeks of the season.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 59.5 POINTS

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  • Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints

    Minnesota Vikings
    New Orleans Saints

    Game Time: Sunday 21 September, 2014 - 1:00pm

    New Orleans to be a true Super Bowl contender like some think it is, the club is going to have to cure its road woes at some point but two setbacks by a total of five points doesn't mean it's time to jump off the bridge.

    Only five NFL teams have started 0-3 and rebounded to make the playoffs and nobody has done it since 1998. This game looks like no defense. Look for the over in this game.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 49

  • Houston Texans at New York Giants

    Houston Texans
    New York Giants

    Game Time: Sunday 21 September, 2014 - 1:00pm

    New York turned the ball over four times versus the Cardinals and quarterback Eli Manning has thrown two INTs in each of the first two games. Manning talked about the turnovers and how they play crucial roles.

    Meanwhile, Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson may be nearing the twilight of his career, but can still cause problems for opposing defenses. Johnson has 12 catches for 167 yards and is still looking for his first TD of the season. He has 14 receptions for 178 yards in meetings with the Giants.

    Look for the Texans to take this one form the Giants.

    Prediction: TAKE THE HOUSTON TEXANS - 2

  • Kansas City Chiefs at Miami Dolphins

    Kansas City Chiefs
    Miami Dolphins

    Game Time: Sunday 21 September, 2014 - 4:30pm

    It's a similar look for both teams heading into Week 3 - both have injuries to key producers and both are coming off losses in which quarterback play was on a level less than stellar.

    Charles left with a high ankle sprain in the first quarter of the Denver game and was spelled by second-year man Knile Davis, who racked up 82 yards on 23 carries and scored twice, in addition to seven catches for 29 more yards. Look for this to be a tight game look for this game to go under.

    Prediction: TAKE THE UNDER 43