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  • South Florida Bulls at Tulsa Golden Hurricane

    South Florida Bulls
    vs.
    Tulsa Golden Hurricane

    Game Time: Saturday 18 October, 2014 - 12:00pm

    The Tulsa Golden Hurricane will be attempting to turn around their fortunes and end a five-game losing streak when they take on the South Florida Bulls in an American Athletic Conference bout at H.A. Chapman Stadium Saturday. South Florida has struggled recently as well. The Bulls have lost two games in a row and four of their last five altogether, but are still very much alive in conference play with a 1-1 record. The Bulls are coming off a 28-17 defeat at the hands of East Carolina during their Homecoming weekend. This contest marks the first time South Florida and Tulsa will meet on the football field. The new conference rivals have moved over from other conferences and will now meeting for the first time in their program histories.

    South Florida struck first in last weekend's game against East Carolina, but the Pirates had the last laugh later in the third and fourth quarters. The Bulls allowed the visiting Pirates to rack up 481 yards of combined offense, including 231 yards on the ground. USF could only manage 93 rushing yards in the loss - 61 of which came from Marlon Mack. Mack added a touchdown carry in the contest, which brings his season total to six through six games. The back has carried the ball a team-high 114 times for 597 yards (a 5.2-yard average per carry). The Bulls' running game has been solid through six contests, averaging 128.3 rushing ypg with eight total touchdowns. But as a unit, South Florida is only averaging 3.9 yards per rush on 196 total attempts.

    Prediction: TAKE THE SOUTH FLORIDA BULLS -2 POINTS

  • Akron Zips at Ohio Bobcats

    Akron Zips
    vs.
    Ohio Bobcats

    Game Time: Saturday 18 October, 2014 - 2:00pm

    The Akron Zips will attempt to extend a three-game win streak as they travel to face their intrastate and Mid-American Conference rival Ohio University Bobcats at Peden Stadium Saturday. Akron has won three games in a row, including two in conference play, and will look to start out a two-game road trip on the right foot. The Zips dominated in a one-sided matchup against Eastern Michigan two weeks ago (31-6), and took down Miami-Ohio with relative ease last weekend (29-19). The Bobcats are trending in the opposite direction after having lost their last two games, both in one-sided defeats to conference foes. Ohio was beaten by Central Michigan, 28-10, and then last weekend against Bowling Green, 31-13.

    Akron got the scoring started early against Miami-Ohio in last Saturday's outing, jumping to a quick 12-0 advantage. But the RedHawks caught up and sliced the lead to 15-13 at the end of the first half. But the second half belonged solely to the Zips, who were outgained by 100 yards on the offensive side of the ball but still managed to pull off the win. Running back Jawon Chisholm was the star on the offensive side of the ball for Akron after gaining 102 yards on the ground with two rushing touchdowns. Chisholm is part of an offensive unit that is averaging 136.8 rushing ypg this season. He's still behind Conor Hundley this season, who leads the team with 316 yards on the ground, but Chisholm has three touchdowns to Hundley's one. The Zips have scored nine times via the ground attack this season in six games. The two teams are heading in completely opposite directions, with Akron looking like a potentially sneaky team to pull a few upsets in the MAC. But some of the team's success will slide if Pohl isn't able to go this weekend. Still, the Zips have other options on offense and will employ a stifling defense to shut down the Bobcats at home.

    Prediction: TAKE THE AKRON ZIPS -3 POINTS

  • Georgia Bulldogs at Arkansas Razorbacks

    Georgia Bulldogs
    vs.
    Arkansas Razorbacks

    Game Time: Saturday 18 October, 2014 - 4:00pm

    The 10th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs will continue their four-game road swing and try for their fifth straight win on Saturday afternoon when they head to War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks in an SEC showdown. Since losing a 38-35 contest at South Carolina on Sept. 13, Georgia has improved to 5-1 overall and 3-1 in league play thanks to four consecutive victories. The Bulldogs' most recent triumph was perhaps their most impressive yet, as they went on the road and blanked Missouri last Saturday, 34-0, their first shutout of a nationally-ranked team since 1982. This marks the first meeting between the squads since 2010, when Arkansas came away with a 31-24 win in Athens. Georgia still holds a 9-4 series edge over the Razorbacks.

    Georgia's offense has been outstanding on the season, putting up 43.2 ppg and 445.7 ypg. The unit suffered a bit last week in the absence of Todd Gurley, who is suspended indefinitely, but it still managed to rush for 210 yards. Freshman Nick Chubb shouldered the load in the win with a whopping 38 carries for 143 yards and a score. He now has 367 yards (on 5.3 ypc) and three scores this season. Hutson Mason only throws for 140.5 ypg but he's been incredibly efficient, completing 70.5 percent of his passes while accounting for 11 touchdowns and just three interceptions. Headlining a modest receiving corps are Michael Bennett (19 receptions, 200 yards, three TDs) and Chris Conley (14 receptions, 208 yards, two TDs). Georgia's defense (18.0 ppg, 303.7 ypg) was outstanding a week ago, keeping the usually-potent Missouri offense in check by allowing just 10 first downs and 147 yards for its second shutout of the season. This will be a battle from start to finish, as Arkansas showed great fight in one-possession losses to Texas A&M and Alabama, but Georgia's improving defense should be able to hold the Razorbacks in check enough to squeak out a tough road win.


    Prediction: TAKE THE GEORGIA BULLDOGS -4 POINTS

  • Missouri Tigers at Florida Gators

    Missouri Tigers
    vs.
    Florida Gators

    Game Time: Saturday 18 October, 2014 - 7:00pm

    A pair of SEC Eastern Division rivals coming off losses will try to get back on the right track on Saturday night, as the Florida Gators welcome the Missouri Tigers to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. After winning four of its first five games this season, Missouri found itself ranked No. 23 heading into last week's highly-anticipated home contest with nationally-ranked Georgia, but even with UGA playing without Todd Gurley, the Tigers were still embarrassed in a 34-0 setback. They are now 1-1 in the SEC, having defeated South Carolina on the road on Sept. 27, 21-20. Missouri has beaten Florida in two of three all-time meetings, including nearly a year ago to the day (Oct. 19, 2013) at home in a battle of nationally-ranked teams, 36-17.

    Any positives that the Missouri offense (28.8 ppg, 357.8 ypg) had established early in the season were completely erased in its shutout loss to Georgia last weekend, as it picked up just 147 yards and 10 first downs. Maty Mauk endured the worst performance of his career, as he completed 9-of-21 passes for 97 yards with four interceptions. His completion percentage sits below .550 on the season and has tossed eight interceptions, although he has accounted for 15 touchdowns. Russell Hansbrough (75 carries, 450 yards, six TDs) and Marcus Murphy (71 carries, 347 yards) have split carries in the backfield to impressive results. Murphy is an all-purpose threat, adding 109 receiving yards and a touchdown reception as well as 364 return yards and another score on a kickoff. The Tigers' defense didn't show up last week, but the unit has still been solid on the year, allowing 22.8 ypg and 380.7 ypg. Missouri was exposed offensively a week ago by Georgia, and it could be in for another rude awakening in Gainesville here with a Gators squad with plenty of explosive defensive playmakers. The Tigers should bounce back somewhat from last week's disaster.

    Prediction: TAKE THE MISSOURI TIGERS +6 POINTS

  • Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at North Carolina Tar Heels

    Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
    vs.
    North Carolina Tar Heels

    Game Time: Saturday 18 October, 2014 - 7:00pm

    Coming off their first loss of the season, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets take to the road this week for an ACC showdown with the North Carolina Tar Heels at Kenan Stadium on Saturday. Paul Johnson's team opened the season with five straight wins to forge their way into the Top-25. Their stay there was short-lived however, dropping out of the rankings with a 31-25 home loss to Duke last weekend. Larry Fedora's Tar Heels can take some solace in their 50-43 shootout loss to top-10 foe Notre Dame on the road last weekend. However, moral victories are a bit hollow as UNC has now dropped four straight games since opening the season with back-to-back wins. This marks the 50th all-time meeting between these two programs. Georgia Tech holds a 28-18-3 series advantage and has won the last five meetings.

    Despite suffering their first loss of the season last week, Georgia Tech was still able to chew up a large number of yards on the ground with 282. It is the norm for a Johnson-led triple-option attack, with Georgia Tech ranked seventh in the nation in rushing at a hefty 294.7 yards per game. Quarterback Justin Thomas is the straw that stirs the drink in Atlanta, as he leads the team in rushing with 589 yards and three TDs. Tailback Zach Laskey isn't far behind and handles the majority of carries that are left, amassing 521 yards on the year and three scores as well. Passing is a distant thought in the Tech offense, with Thomas throwing just 87 times this year. He has completed just 42 of those passes, for 724 yards, with seven TDs against three INTs. The Georgia Tech defense is holding opponents to 388.3 yards per game and while the team has struggled at times against the run (187.7 ypg), the pass defense is usually solid (200.7 ypg). The Yellow Jackets have recorded eight interceptions on the season, by eight different players. There is no denying the fact that UNC is stocked with offensive talent, but against a team that terrorizes opponents on the ground, the leaky North Carolina defense will once again be its downfall.

    Prediction: TAKE THE GEORGIA TECH YELLOW JACKETS -2.5 POINTS

  • Kentucky Wildcats at L.S.U. Tigers

    Kentucky Wildcats
    vs.
    L.S.U. Tigers

    Game Time: Saturday 18 October, 2014 - 7:30pm

    The upstart Kentucky Wildcats will face their most difficult task of the season on Saturday night when they head to Tiger Stadium to take on the LSU Tigers in an SEC tilt. Kentucky has been one of the nation's most pleasant surprises, and at 5-1, it has already won more games this season than in 2012 and 2013 combined. The Wildcats are winners of three straight, most recently making easy work of ULM last Saturday (48-14), but they lost their only previous road game at Florida on Sept. 13, 36-30 in triple overtime.

    The Wildcats' offense has been one of the most improved units in the nation, as they score 36.5 ppg while displaying impressive balance between the run (184.2 ypg) and the pass (264.3 ypg). Patrick Towles has brought a consistent presence under center for the first time in several years. He's completing 62.5 percent of his passes for 1,541 yards and has accounted for 12 touchdowns while tossing just four interceptions. Jojo Kemp (297 yards, four TDs), Braylon Heard (282 yards, three TDs), Stanley Williams (203 yards, two TDs) and Mikel Horton (172 yards, two TDs) have all been effective in the backfield by committee. Williams and Heard have been especially explosive, averaging 8.8 and 7.4 yards per carry, respectively. Ryan Timmons leads the team in both catches (27) and receiving yards (315). Timmons, Garrett Johnson (210 yards), Javess Blue (225 yards) and Blake Bone (133 yards) all have two touchdowns. Just as responsible for Kentucky's fast start has been the outstanding play of its defense, which allows 343.5 ypg while ranking 15th in the nation in points allowed (18.7 ppg). Kentucky has proven that it is no longer an afterthought in the SEC, but winning in one of the most hostile environments in the country is something the up-and-coming squad simply is ready for.

    Prediction: TAKE THE KENTUCKY WILDCATS +10 POINTS

  • Washington Huskies at Oregon Ducks

    Washington Huskies
    vs.
    Oregon Ducks

    Game Time: Saturday 18 October, 2014 - 8:00pm

    The Washington Huskies will get a chance to prove themselves this weekend, as they invade Autzen Stadium for a Pac-12 Conference tussle with the ninth-ranked Oregon Ducks. Chris Petersen's first season at Washington has gotten off to a strong start, even into the Pac-12 schedule. The Huskies, who dominated a normally potent California squad last weekend, have won five of their first six games, with the lone loss being a 20-13 setback against Stanford. Oregon rebounded nicely from its 31-24 letdown against Arizona by posting a 42-30 victory over then 18th-ranked UCLA this past weekend. Like Washington, the Ducks are sporting a 5-1 mark entering this contest, although they are 2-1 in conference play. This is one of the longest-standing rivalries in the Pac-12, with 106 previous meetings. The Huskies own a 58-43-5 edge in the series.

    Washington has scored fairly well (34.8 ppg), but it still seems to be a work in progress offensively. In fact, the Huskies are last in the Pac-12 in total yards (372.5 ypg), although their balance has been solid, with 1,149 yards through the air and 1,086 on the ground. Cyler Miles is the Huskies' quarterback, and he has done a good job of avoiding mistakes, with zero interceptions, but he is averaging a league-worst 179.2 passing yards per game. Still, with a 65.9 percent completion rate, nine passing touchdowns and three more scores on the ground, he has proven to be an effective field general. Jaydon Mickens (33 receptions, 301 yards, two TDs) is the biggest threat in the passing game, as he has 20 more receptions than his closest teammate. However, John Ross (13 receptions, 358 yards, four TDs) is the most explosive threat on the roster, averaging 27.5 yards per reception. The crowning achievement of Petersen's brief tenure has been how well he has coached up the defense. The Huskies' production rivals that of Stanford this season, with the squad ranked second in the Pac-12 in points allowed (21.3 ppg) and fourth in total defense (392.2 ypg). They put forth a signature performance against Cal, holding the Golden Bears to less than 400 yards for the first time in the last 13 games. Although Oregon is playing at home, don't expect this one to be easy. No team in the Pac-12 has forced more turnovers or recorded more sacks than Washington.


    Prediction: TAKE THE WASHINGTON HUSKIES +21 POINTS

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  • Cleveland Browns at Jacksonville Jaguars

    Cleveland Browns
    vs.
    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Game Time: Sunday 19 October, 2014 - 1:00pm

    Jacksonville was down by nine heading into the game's last minute, but got a chance for a dramatic celebration when rookie quarterback Blake Bortles found Clay Harbor for a 20-yard touchdown with 37 seconds left. The Jaguars recovered an onside kick and got into Titans territory before the kick misfire.

    It's hard to label this a trap game considering the Browns haven't exceeded five wins since 2007, but it is certainly a test of just how much progress has been made in the mini-resurgence.

    Prediction: TAKE THE CLEVELAND BROWNS - 5

  • Miami Dolphins at Chicago Bears

    Miami Dolphins
    vs.
    Chicago Bears

    Game Time: Sunday 19 October, 2014 - 1:00pm

    Offseason acquisition Knowshon Moreno was lost for the season with a knee injury against the Packers after gaining just 148 yards in three games with the Dolphins. His absence will mean more workload for Lamar Miller, who already leads the team with 330 yards; and undrafted rookie Damien Williams, who has 39 yards on 12 carries.

    It'd be hard to find two more enigmatic teams than the Bears and Dolphins, considering the obvious levels of talent and the consistent levels of underperformance.

    Prediction: TAKE THE CHICAGO BEARS - 3

  • Arizona Cardinals at Oakland Raiders

    Arizona Cardinals
    vs.
    Oakland Raiders

    Game Time: Sunday 19 October, 2014 - 4:00pm

    Larry Fitzgerald had 98 yards and his first touchdown of the season on six receptions (6 targets). Fitzgerald has 19 catches for 262 yards, while Michael Floyd leads the Cardinals with 306 yards to just one TD. Josh Brown has a team-best three receiving touchdowns this season.

    The Cardinals are sitting pretty atop the NFC West standings and Palmer's getting his arm strength back. A healthy Palmer is key to the team's success, and with Fitzgerald getting on the touchdown board, things are looking good for Arizona.

    Prediction: TAKE THE UNDER 45