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  • North Carolina State Wolfpack at Clemson Tigers

    North Carolina State Wolfpack
    Clemson Tigers

    Game Time: Saturday 04 October, 2014 - 3:30pm

    The Clemson Tigers will try to stay unbeaten at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as they take on the NC State Wolfpack in an Atlantic Coast Conference showdown. NC State started the season red-hot with four straight wins and put itself in a great position to knock off No. 1 Florida State last weekend, leading by 10 at home midway through the third quarter, but it stumbled down the stretch and ultimately suffered the 56-41 setback. Clemson began the campaign among the likes of the nationally ranked but has suffered a pair of losses along the way to fellow ranked squads Georgia (45-21) and Florida State (23-17 in OT). The Tigers bounced back last weekend, pulling to 1-1 in the ACC following a 50-35 victory over North Carolina.

    The Wolfpack's offense (40.4 ppg, 505.6 ypg) has been outstanding this season. The unit has scored 40 points or more in four straight games and amassed 520 yards against Florida State. Jacoby Brisset has been an excellent addition in his first season since transferring from Florida. The signal caller is completing just shy of 69 percent of his passes for 1,364 yards, 13 touchdowns and just one interception in addition to adding 156 yards and a score on the ground. Shadrach Thornton is one of the ACC's best tailbacks, racking up 368 yards and seven touchdowns on 60 carries. Dayes (38 carries, 270 yards, three TDs) also sees plenty of work. NC State's defense had no answer for FSU in last week's 56-point meltdown, which put a damper on an otherwise solid campaign (26.0 ppg, 376.8 ypg). Expect great quarterback play in this one with Brisset and Watson going head to head, but getting 14 points, expect it to have the upper hand.


  • Alabama Crimson Tide at Mississippi (Ole Miss.) Rebels

    Alabama Crimson Tide
    Mississippi (Ole Miss.) Rebels

    Game Time: Saturday 04 October, 2014 - 3:30pm

    The third-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide go into hostile territory on Saturday, as they take on the 11th-ranked Ole Miss Rebels in a key SEC Western Division showdown at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Nick Saban's Crimson Tide are no stranger to national title contention. They are off to a fast start in 2014, solidifying their spot in the top 5 with wins over West Virginia (33-23), Florida Atlantic (41-0), Southern Miss (52-12) and most recently, Florida (42-21) in the team's SEC opener on Sept. 20. Alabama was idle this past week. Hugh Freeze's Rebels are also sporting a flawless 4-0 mark on the year, including a 1-0 conference record. It marks the first time since 1970 that the team started a year with four straight wins. Ole Miss' meteoric rise up the national rankings is certainly justified, with lopsided wins over Boise State (35-13), Vanderbilt (41-3), Louisiana (56-15) and Memphis (24-3).

    Alabama leads the all-time series by a count of 47-9-2 and has won 10 straight meetings, including a 25-0 shutout a year ago in Tuscaloosa. Ole Miss' last victory in the series came back in 2003. While there is still plenty of talent in the Alabama backfield, the Crimson Tide have flipped the script a little when it comes to moving the football. The squad is much more explosive in the passing game under new offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin this year, at a hefty 335.8 yards per game (12th nationally). New signal caller Blake Sims is completing 73.2 percent of his passes thus far, for 1,091 yards and eight TDs and has the luxury of throwing to All- American candidate Amari Cooper. The 6-1 Cooper has emerged as the top receiver in the country and is distancing himself from the pack each and every week. He is off to the fastest start in SEC history, having already hauled in 43 balls, for 655 yards and five TDs, averaging an eye-popping 163.8 ypg. The Rebels will get their chance to show they belong among the SEC elite here. Wallace and company will need to keep pace with Alabama's big play ability. Getting that done is a difficult task indeed.


  • Kansas Jayhawks at West Virginia Mountaineers

    Kansas Jayhawks
    West Virginia Mountaineers

    Game Time: Saturday 04 October, 2014 - 4:00pm

    The Kansas Jayhawks begin the post-Charlie Weis era Saturday when they travel to take on the West Virginia Mountaineers in a Big 12 matchup. Kansas athletic director Sheahon Zenger made the decision to fire Weis this past Sunday, one day after the Jayhawks dropped a 23-0 decision to Texas to fall to 2-2 this season.

    The Jayhawks offense is averaging just over 15 ppg this season, gaining an average of 359 ypg. Such horrid offensive output was crying for a change. Mann averages 73.8 yards per game on the ground, while Cozart has completed just 50 percent of his passes for 651 yards with five TDs and seven picks. As a result, no receiver is having a breakout season. Tony Pierson leads the program with 12 catches for 155 yards. The defense is surrendering 25.5 ppg and 385 ypg. For the season, the Mountaineers are averaging 37.5 ppg on 551.5 ypg. the passing game is doing most of the damage with nearly 402 ypg. That means that Trickett is having a big season, completing 72 percent of his passes for 1,600 yards with nine touchdowns and three interceptions. White is the biggest benefactor of the passing attack, hauling in 42 catches for 633 yards with three scores. Alford adds 28 receptions for 307 yards with four TDs. Shell leads the modest rushing game with 267 yards and three touchdowns. On the defensive side, West Virginia is allowing 28.8 ppg and 404.2 ypg. The letdown against a really good Oklahoma team alters those numbers.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 54.5 POINTS

  • Michigan Wolverines at Rutgers Scarlet Knights

    Michigan Wolverines
    Rutgers Scarlet Knights

    Game Time: Saturday 04 October, 2014 - 7:00pm

    The Michigan Wolverines and Rutgers Scarlet Knights are set to square off in Big Ten Conference action on Saturday night at High Point Solutions Stadium. Despite being the two oldest teams in the Football Bowl Subdivision in terms of games played, these two have never met before. Michigan enters with losses in two straight and three of its last four games. The Wolverines opened their Big Ten schedule at home against Minnesota last weekend and were turned away in a 30-14 defeat. Meanwhile, Rutgers is off to a 4-1 start after topping Tulane at home last Saturday, 31-6. However, the Scarlet Knights' lone loss on the season came on their home field against Penn State on Sept. 13 (13-10) in what was their first-ever Big Ten contest.

    Rutgers quarterback Gary Nova threw four touchdown passes in the win over Tulane as he broke Mike Teel's school record for career touchdown passes (61). Three of those scores went to his former high school teammate Leonte Carroo, who finished with 140 yards on seven catches. With leading rusher Paul James (90.8 rushing ypg, 5 TD) out for the year with a season-ending injury, Desmon Peoples and Justin Goodwin combined for 165 yards on 33 carries (5.0 ypc). The Scarlet Knights are averaging 176.2 rushing yards per game, which is up nearly 50 yards per game from last year (129.5). Meanwhile, the offensive line has excelled in pass protection, yielding only one sack over the last two games. If it has not already passed, then certainly it is now-or-never time for head coach Brady Hoke and the Wolverines. The defense has been solid, if largely untested to this point, while the offensive line figures to have its hands full with the Scarlet Knights' relentless pass rush.


  • Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

    Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes
    Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

    Game Time: Saturday 04 October, 2014 - 7:30pm

    The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets put their unbeaten record on the line on Saturday night when they welcome the Miami-Florida Hurricanes to Bobby Dodd Stadium for an Atlantic Coast Conference clash. Miami has won three of its last four games after downing reigning Coastal Division champ Duke at home last weekend, 22-10. However, all three of the Hurricanes' wins so far have come at home, whereas they are winless in two tries on the road. Georgia Tech figures to be well rested after having a bye last weekend. The Yellow Jackets improved to 4-0 with a 27-24 come-from-behind victory at Virginia Tech in their ACC opener on Sept. 20. It promises to be a charged up atmosphere Saturday night at Bobby Dodd Stadium, with a national television audience tuned in and Yellow Jacket fans taking part in a "Whiteout." Georgia Tech owns a 10-9 series lead.

    Georgia Tech's option-based attack is ranked 10th nationally in rushing offense (292.0), and the Yellow Jackets are No. 3 in third-down conversion percentage (.563). Dual-threat quarterback Justin Thomas is the straw that stirs the drink, as he ranks among the top rushers in the country with an average of 110.8 ypg (6.8 ypc). He is completing only 49.2 percent of his 65 pass attempts on the year, but has tossed seven TDs against only one pick. Against the Hokies, Thomas had 165 yards and a score on 22 carries, and he threw the tying touchdown with just over two minutes remaining in regulation. It was his second consecutive 100-yard rushing game, the first Tech QB to do so since Tevin Washington in 2011. While Miami has won 11 of its last 12 games at home, it has been a different story on the road. The Hurricanes will need to change that trend this week if they hope to contain Thomas and the Yellow Jackets.


  • Pittsburgh Panthers at Virginia Cavaliers

    Pittsburgh Panthers
    Virginia Cavaliers

    Game Time: Saturday 04 October, 2014 - 7:30pm

    Coming off a resounding win against Mid-American Conference opponent Kent State, the Virginia Cavaliers will try to keep the momentum going when they host the Pittsburgh Panthers in an Atlantic Coast Conference battle at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville. Pittsburgh was also in action against a MAC program last Saturday, but the Panthers weren't as fortunate as Virginia, as they were downed by Akron, 21-10, at home. The Panthers, who usually get a significant contribution from the run game (namely James Conner) were shut down offensively in the loss. Virginia, on the other hand, was not. The Cavaliers posted 45 points against Kent State in the 45-13 victory, which served as a rebound win for Virginia after losing to BYU two weekends ago. The Cavaliers are 3-1 at home this season, and will look to use that to their advantage against Pittsburgh, which has lost two straight.

    It'll be a challenge for Pittsburgh's defense, considering the Cavaliers have scored 45 points twice this season, and in the last three games for Virginia, the team has put up at least 33 points. Matt Johns was a big factor in Virginia's win over Kent State last weekend, as the quarterback threw for 227 yards and two touchdowns. He added five carries for 65 yards and a touchdown. Between Johns and Greyson Lambert, the Virginia passing attack has accounted for eight touchdowns and 1,158 yards through five games. Virginia's 33.2 ppg average offensively is enough to bury a handful of opponents alone, but the team's defense has been playing at an above-average pace, surrendering 23.2 ppg through five games to complement the other side of the ball. The Cavaliers are especially effective in slowing the run game, allowing a mere 86.6 rushing ypg with a 2.6 ypc line to the team's opposition. As long as Virginia can shut down Conner with the ball in his hands, the team should be fine. If Akron can limit Pittsburgh to 10 points and hold Conner to fewer than 100 yards on the ground, Virginia should be able to do it as well with players like Coley, Harold and Max Valles. The Panthers can't let a stout defense with the homefield advantage intimidate them.


  • California Golden Bears at Washington State Cougars

    California Golden Bears
    Washington State Cougars

    Game Time: Saturday 04 October, 2014 - 10:30pm

    Expect plenty of passing when the high-flying aerial assaults of the California Golden Bears and Washington State Cougars take center stage for a a Pac-12 Conference duel at Martin Stadium on Saturday night. If you are a fan of California football, there hasn't been much time to breathe the last two weeks. The Golden Bears nearly upset Arizona on Sept. 20, only to fall in demoralizing fashion on a last-second Hail Mary. Then, last weekend, the Golden Bears erased a 21-7 deficit at the end of the first quarter to outlast Colorado in a double-overtime marathon. All said, the Golden Bears are 3-1 overall, and 1-1 in Pac-12 play.

    Jared Goff is the real deal. He was thrown into the fire as a freshman a year ago, with head coach Sonny Dykes seeing if he could handle running a complex, fast-paced offense. He held up as a rookie and that experience is turning into even better production this season. Goff has completed 62.5 percent of his pass attempts for 1,348 yards and 17 touchdowns, compared to three interceptions. Goff may have only connected on 57.1 percent of his passes against Colorado, but he finished with 458 yards and seven touchdowns as well. Plus, he found a way to lead his team to victory. With Goff at the helm, the Golden Bears have produced at an offensive pace that rivals any of the other potent attacks in the high-octane Pac-12. The Golden Bears trail only Oregon in scoring offense (47.5 ppg), while ranking fourth in total offense (535.5 ypg).


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  • Detroit Lions at New York Jets

    Detroit Lions
    New York Jets

    Game Time: Sunday 28 September, 2014 - 1:00pm

    The Jets host the visiting Detroit Lions and perennial All-Pro receiver Calvin Johnson - on Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium, where a defensive secondary held together with duct tape and bubble gum will face the latest in a series of early-season challenges it has thus far not fared so well against.

    Even in the days of Revis Island, the Jets had consistent problems with teams that had viable No. 2 options at wide receiver, and the sorts of dynamic running backs who could create matchup problems for safeties and linebackers in coverage.

    Prediction: TAKE THE DETROIT LIONS - 2

  • Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts

    Tennessee Titans
    Indianapolis Colts

    Game Time: Sunday 28 September, 2014 - 1:00pm

    The Colts avoided a winless start through three weeks by routing the Jacksonville Jaguars on the road 44-17 to open the divisional portion of their 2014 schedule, while the Titans take on an AFC South opponent for the first time off back-to-back losses following a Week 1 victory.

    The Colts dominated every phase of the game in the opening 30 minutes, outgaining Jacksonville 330 yards to 55. The Jaguars only picked up two first downs before halftime.


  • Jacksonville Jaguars at San Diego Chargers

    Jacksonville Jaguars
    San Diego Chargers

    Game Time: Sunday 28 September, 2014 - 4:00pm

    With the Jaguars in a 30-point hole to the Colts at halftime last week, coach Gus Bradley pulled the plug on the Chad Henne place-holder era in favor of Bortles, who completed 14-of-24 passes for 223 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. He also rushed for 30 yards on two carries.

    The Jaguars were at their most effective in the initial half of the first game of the season, when they sacked Philadelphia quarterback Nick Foles five times while establishing a 17-0 intermission lead.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 48