Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by islstl, Oct 24, 2009.
Lots of choices.
I am going with MSU over Iowa. Sorry Hawker:grin:
I went with the same pick.
Also, out of the 13 choices I put up there, I think there will be a minimum of 5 upsets today.
It's upset Saturday at it's finest. College football. You gotta love it!
No. 12 Georgia Tech at Virginia
Minnesota at No. 19 Ohio State
South Florida at No. 20 Pittsburgh
Connecticut at No. 23 West Virginia
Indiana at Northwestern
Central Michigan at Bowling Green
UAB at Marshall
Illinois at Purdue
Arkansas at Mississippi
No. 15 Oklahoma State at Baylor
Iowa State at Nebraska
Colorado at Kansas State
Northern Illinois at Miami (OH)
Ball State at Eastern Michigan
Maryland at Duke
Kent State at Ohio
Buffalo at Western Michigan
Louisiana Tech at Utah State
Tennessee at No. 2 Alabama
Louisville at No. 5 Cincinnati
Clemson at No. 10 Miami (FL)
No. 11 Oregon at Washington
No. 13 Penn State at Michigan
Oklahoma at No. 25 Kansas
Boston College at Notre Dame
Akron at Syracuse
UCF at Rice
Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee State
Wake Forest at Navy
North Texas at Troy
Air Force at No. 18 Utah
San Diego State at Colorado State
Idaho at Nevada
Washington State at California
Florida Atlantic at Louisiana-Lafayette
UCLA at No. 22 Arizona
No. 6 Iowa at Michigan State
Vanderbilt at No. 24 South Carolina
Louisiana-Monroe at Kentucky
Florida International at Arkansas State
Tulane at Southern Miss
Texas A&M at Texas Tech
Temple at Toledo
No. 1 Florida at Mississippi State
No. 8 TCU at No. 16 Brigham Young
Auburn at No. 9 LSU
Southern Methodist at No. 17 Houston
No. 3 Texas at Missouri
Oregon State at No. 7 USC
UNLV at New Mexico
Fresno State at New Mexico State
Arizona State at Stanford
No. 4 Boise State at Hawaii
My top 5 upsets:
3. Florida (Dan Mullen comes back to haunt his former team)
4. Penn State
What is this, "Where's Waldo?" ?
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UT is @ UA
I thought about this one for a good bit and came to the conclusion bad UT offense vs great Bama defense = no chance at UT winning. Look for Bama to continue the trend of lackluster offense and short fields caused by their defense to get the job done.