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  • Duke Blue Devils at Pittsburgh Panthers

    Duke Blue Devils
    Pittsburgh Panthers

    Game Time: Saturday 01 November, 2014 - 12:00pm

    The 24th-ranked Duke Blue Devils continue their quest for a second straight ACC Coastal Division title, as they take on the Pittsburgh Panthers in a conference clash at Heinz Field on Saturday afternoon. David Cutcliffe continues to impress with the teams he has fielded in Durham over the last few seasons. There has been no letdown from last year's division championship, as the Blue Devils are already bowl eligible once again, winning six of their first seven games in 2014. The lone loss came at Miami on Sept. 27 (22-10), but the team has won two straight games since then, topping Georgia Tech (31-25) and most recently, Virginia (20-13). Duke was idle this past weekend. Paul Chryst's Panthers opened 2014 with three straight wins, but the team has struggled since, winning just once in the last five outings. Last weekend, Pitt was routed by Georgia Tech (56-28). The lone win for Pittsburgh since mid-September came against Virginia Tech (21-16) on Oct. 16.

    The key to Duke's strong season has been a balanced offensive attack. The team is averaging just over 33 points per game, showing the ability to move the ball both on the ground (218.0 ypg) and through the air (201.7 ypg). Quarterback Anthony Boone has played well under center, completing 57.9 percent of his throws, for 1,362 yards and nine TDs, against just three INTs. His favorite target downfield is one of the nation's best and a Duke record- holder in veteran wideout Jamison Crowder. The 5-foot-9 senior has caught 40 balls, for 471 yards and two TDs this season. The Duke rushing attack lacks a true workhorse, but spreads out the production amongst several playmakers. The most explosive is freshman tailback Shaun Wilson, who is averaging a hefty 10.3 yards per carry, amassing 485 yards and four TDs. Duke has been vulnerable to the run this season, yielding 193.4 yards per game, but it has kept teams on the scoreboard, ranking fifth nationally in giving up just 15.1 ppg. Duke is 14-1 in its last 15 regular-season games. Still, Cutcliffe knows that nothing is a given when it comes to overall success. The reality is that Cutcliffe has another strong squad and the Blue Devils should continue their winning ways here.


  • East Carolina Pirates at Temple Owls

    East Carolina Pirates
    Temple Owls

    Game Time: Saturday 01 November, 2014 - 12:00pm

    One of the best offenses in the country returns to action on Saturday, as the 21st-ranked East Carolina Pirates make the voyage north to challenge the Temple Owls in an American Athletic Conference brawl at Lincoln Financial Field. ECU in kicking off a two-game road trip this weekend, with a stern road test at Cincinnati coming next on Nov. 13. The Pirates' vaunted offensive attack has been a bit more grounded of late, but a 31-21 victory over Connecticut last weekend was the fifth straight for the program, which is 6-1 overall and a perfect 3-0 in league play. The Pirates are also the only team in the AAC to find themselves in the national rankings, although that doesn't mean much to coach Ruffin McNeill.

    Led by an explosive passing attack, ECU has been nearly impossible to stop on offense. The Pirates rank fourth in the country in total offense (566.9 ypg) and they are the highest scoring team in the AAC (39.6 ppg). Shane Carden threw for a season-high 445 yards in ECU's win over UConn last time out. However, he connected on only 59.4 percent of his pass attempts and also threw his fifth interception of the season. Carden had completed at least 60 percent of his throws in the previous three games. In all, Carden has racked up an AAC-leading 2,574 yards through the air to go with 18 touchdowns and a .646 completion percentage. There is no denying that Temple has far exceeded expectations this season. However, it seems as if the Owls are beginning to regress back to the team that won only two games last year. That is not the type of momentum that will help push them past ECU.


  • Central Michigan Chippewas at Eastern Michigan Eagles

    Central Michigan Chippewas
    Eastern Michigan Eagles

    Game Time: Saturday 01 November, 2014 - 1:00pm

    Seeking to end a two-game losing streak, the Eastern Michigan Eagles will play host to their in-state rivals, the Central Michigan Chippewas, in a Mid-American Conference clash at Rynearson Stadium Saturday. The Eagles took down the same Buffalo team that just lost to Central Michigan early in October, but since then EMU is 0-2, dropping consecutive contests to conference competition. Eastern Michigan was defeated by Northern Illinois, 28-17, last weekend. This series is a long-standing one that has featured two historic intrastate rivals. Central Michigan holds the commanding all-time series advantage, 57-28-6, in a rivalry that began on the field in 1902.

    Speaking of Bell, he played a relatively strong game for the Eagles last weekend against Northern Illinois. The redshirt freshman completed 16-of-34 passes for 124 yards with an interception, but the dual-threat signal caller did most of his damage on the ground. Bell rushed for 133 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries, which was the most of any player in the game. This season, he's completed 52.2 percent of his pass attempts, and leads the team in rushing with 423 yards and four touchdowns on the ground. Eastern Michigan has a winning record at home this season.


  • Florida Gators at Georgia Bulldogs

    Florida Gators
    Georgia Bulldogs

    Game Time: Saturday 01 November, 2014 - 3:30pm

    The ninth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs attempt to continue their hot streak on Saturday afternoon when they meet up with the Florida Gators on a neutral site at EverBank Field in an SEC Eastern Division bout. Florida's season got off to a promising start with its only loss in its first four games coming on the road at Alabama, but since then it has dropped two straight, both at home, to fall to 3-3 (2-3 SEC). The Gators' most recent bout was their most embarrassing yet, as they fell to Missouri on Oct. 18 in their homecoming game, 42-13. Since dropping a 38-35 decision to South Carolina on Sept. 13, Georgia has crept up the ranks with five consecutive victories, most recently taking down a pair of difficult road tilts at Missouri (34-0) and Arkansas (45-32). The Bulldogs are now 6-1 overall, and at 4-1 in the SEC, they are a half-game up on Missouri (3-1) in the SEC East with every other team sitting with at least three losses.

    Georgia's offense (43.4 ppg, 437.1 ypg) has been outstanding this season and has continued to roll even in the absence of its stud running back. Todd Gurley (773 yards, eight TDs) has missed the last two games as he serves a suspension for his role in profiting off his likeness against NCAA rules. The university has appealed to the NCAA for Gurley's reinstatement, but his status for this matchup is up in the air. Inserting Harris into the lineup could give Florida's offense the shot in the arm that it so desperately needs, but playing a stout defense is a tall order for a freshman. With or without Gurley, expect the Bulldogs to run past the Gators in the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party."


  • Texas State Bobcats at New Mexico State Aggies

    Texas State Bobcats
    New Mexico State Aggies

    Game Time: Saturday 01 November, 2014 - 4:00pm

    Having lost their last six games played, the New Mexico State Aggies will desperately try to put a stop to their skid against the Texas State Bobcats in a Sun Belt Conference clash at Aggie Memorial Stadium Saturday. Texas State has won three of its last four games, including last weekend's 22-18 comeback victory against UL-Monroe on the road. The Bobcats trailed for a majority of the game, but were able to score two fourth-quarter touchdowns to take the lead for good with just under three and a half minutes to play. New Mexico State got a much-needed weekend off after dropping its last six games. The Aggies won the first two contests of the regular season, including a conference matchup with Georgia State early on, but haven't been able to pull out of their nose dive ever since. The two teams have only met once on the football field in their program histories. Texas State holds the 1-0 advantage all-time after defeating New Mexico State in the 2012 regular-season finale.

    New Mexico State hung tough with conference foe Idaho two weeks ago when the Aggies were last active, but the Vandals were able to chip away and slowly defeat their Sun Belt rivals. The Aggies could only manage 11 first downs in the contest, along with 314 total offensive yards. Four turnovers helped to bury New Mexico State in that loss. The team's greatest hope for offensive success this season lies with the run game. The Aggies are averaging 170 rushing ypg through eight contests, and have scored 14 times on the ground in that span. Larry Rose III is the team's top back, which he displayed against Idaho two weeks ago. Rose dashed for 155 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the loss, and has 530 yards and five scores through six games played. He'll need to be on point once again this weekend if the team wants any shot against Texas State.


  • Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles at U.T.E.P. ( Texas El-Paso) Miners

    Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles
    U.T.E.P. ( Texas El-Paso) Miners

    Game Time: Saturday 01 November, 2014 - 8:00pm

    Having won two games in a row for the first time all season, the Texas-El Paso Miners will shoot for their third consecutive victory as they host the Southern Miss Golden Eagles in a Conference USA clash at Sun Bowl Stadium. Southern Miss has dropped three of its last four contests, including its most recent matchup with Louisiana Tech, 31-20. The Golden Eagles have already won three times as many games as last season (they finished 1-11), but with a 1-3 mark in conference with games against UTEP, Marshall and UAB all coming up, the chances of a postseason berth are slim. UTEP started the season with a win, and through three games the Miners were 2-1. But two straight losses derailed the Miners a bit, until they won back- to-back games headed into this weekend's matchup. UTEP easily took down in- state rival UTSA last weekend, shutting out the Roadrunners 34-0. The all-time series between the Conference USA foes is all knotted up at 3-3. The last time these teams met was back in 2012, Autrey Golden returned a late- game kickoff 98 yards to give UTEP the lead, which the team clung to in a 34-33 edging.

    UTEP may as well have had an extra week of practice last Saturday. The Roadrunners didn't even show up to play in San Antonio, which meant the Miners got an easy Conference USA victory. UTEP's offense was strong, and its defense was stronger in the win. Quarterback Jameill Showers completed 12-of-18 passing for 191 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and added 37 yards on the ground. It was almost an off game for UTEP's rushing offense, which averages 222.1 rushing ypg this season. Showers has the UTEP offense averaging a respectable 29.4 ppg, but the passing game has become somewhat of an afterthought to the running attack. The Miners are averaging 149.3 passing ypg this season - entirely from Showers, who has 10 touchdown passes and just over 1,000 yards through the air. If Mullens can play this weekend, it will be a huge boost for the Golden Eagles. But the hot play of UTEP certainly can't be ignored, although the team's defense needs to step up in several statistical departments. It wasn't necessary for the Miners to do so last weekend against a dismal UTSA team, but moving forward they'll need some more help. As long as Showers and Jones can be effective, the Miners will continue their hot streak. At home, give it one more week.


  • San Diego State Aztecs at Nevada Wolf Pack

    San Diego State Aztecs
    Nevada Wolf Pack

    Game Time: Saturday 01 November, 2014 - 10:30pm

    Winners of three of their first four Mountain West Conference games, the San Diego State Aztecs will try to improve upon their record outside of Qualcomm Stadium as they challenge the Nevada Wolf Pack at Mackay Stadium on Saturday night. Despite being just one game over .500 on the season, the Aztecs find themselves in first place in the West Division of the MWC standings. The team spent some time off last week after taking out Hawaii on Oct. 18 by a score of 20-10 at home. The victory was the second in a row and the third in four tries for the program, already having enjoyed two weeks off in the schedule. As for the Wolf Pack, they too recently locked up with the Rainbow Warriors, but in their case they were out on the island at Aloha Stadium last Saturday night, holding on for a 26-18 victory. The win was the second straight for the team, after having lost three of the previous four outings. With their 12-game schedule, a win this weekend would make the Pack bowl eligible.

    Unfortunately for SDSU, the passing attack has taken several steps in the wrong direction after it was ranked in the top-40 nationally last season. Through seven games, the team is producing just 170.3 ypg through the air, ranking 113th in the FBS. Taking the majority of the snaps is Quinn Kaehler who has completed 57.4 percent of his attempts, but has a mere three TDs against seven interceptions. When you add in the other players who have attempted a pass this season, the Aztecs find themselves with more than twice as many picks (10) as TDs (four) through the air, which is why they have a pass efficiency rating of only 102.31 (120th in the country). After beginning their relationship against Hawaii with seven straight defeats in Honolulu, the Pack have now won back-to-back dates at Aloha Stadium and four straight overall, as they held on for the eight-point victory last weekend. Controlling the action for more than 37 minutes, Nevada converted 10-of-20 on third down and both fourth-down tries, even with Cody Fajardo have a sub par effort throwing the ball. The quarterback finished 17-of-26 for just 128 yards and a score, not to mention an interception, although he did record his 10th career 100-yard rushing game as he finished with a game-high 133 yards and two TDs on 23 attempts. As a team, Nevada posted 299 yards on 61 carries.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 50 POINTS

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  • Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings

    Washington Redskins
    Minnesota Vikings

    Game Time: Sunday 02 November, 2014 - 1:00pm

    McCoy has held his own since replacing an ineffective Kirk Cousins for the second half of Washington's Week 7 game against Tennessee. The former Cleveland Browns starter went 11-of-12 for 128 yards to rally the Redskins to a 19-17 win over the Titans, then played solidly in the Dallas game.

    Whomever plays QB for Washington will be piloting a team with significant weapons, featuring a solid receiving trio in Pierre Garcon, DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts as well as a matchup problem at tight end in Jordan Reed. Running back Alfred Morris is also an issue for any opposing defense although he is far more effective when RG3 is in the lineup and the read-option is in play


  • Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals

    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Cincinnati Bengals

    Game Time: Sunday 02 November, 2014 - 1:00pm

    The Bengals have seen No. 2 man Mohamed Sanu pick up the aerial slack in Green's absence, catching 18 balls for 299 yards while serving as quarterback Andy Dalton's main target. He caught five passes for 125 yards last week against Baltimore, in a 27-24 win that ended 0-2-1 streak since a Week 4 bye.

    They don't travel well, they don't score much and their defense is inconveniently beaten up on the way to a visit to face a team that's got a number of potential difference-makers on offense.


  • St. Louis Rams at San Francisco 49ers

    St. Louis Rams
    San Francisco 49ers

    Game Time: Sunday 02 November, 2014 - 4:00pm

    San Francisco, which had won two straight, now comes out of its bye tied with fellow 4-3 Seattle for second place in the NFC West, with both clubs training 6-1 Arizona.

    San Francisco is close to getting healthy -- nose tackle Glenn Dorsey, running back Marcus Lattimore and linebacker NaVarro Bowman should all return in the near future -- and the bye week allowed a number of players who missed the Denver game recover.All signs seem to favor San Francisco this weekend. The 49ers are home, fresh off a bye and taking on a Rams team missing several key contributors to injury. Hitting the road doesn't favor St. Louis at all.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 43