Sep 4

Week 2 Predictions

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The college football season got off to a predictable start a week ago by being unpredictable. I was way, way off on a few games, but still picked correctly in 11 of 15. Here are my predictions for week 2...(Hint: East Carolina better get their dancing in before Saturday)

West Virginia at East Carolina - East Carolina may show up Saturday and beat West Virginia at home in Greenville, NC.  - but I wouldn't bet the ranch on it. The upset of Virginia Tech was surprising, but the fun will end there. The Mountaineers will be focused and prepared, and will move to 2-0....WVU, 35-20.

Georgia Tech at Boston College - I don't know who will win, but I know GT's new uniforms are as bad as the ACC is right now - good Lord! Paul Johnson's option should be shown in it's entirety this weekend...GT, 27-26

Cal at Washington State - The Bears are off to a nice start, I'll take the momentum. If Cal gets hot, there will be a serious batle for the state title of California...Cal, 35-13.

Miami at Florida - This game is the last thing the ACC needs. Tebow and company in the Swamp will have a field day against their in-state rival....but, ahhh, wait!! College football is a strange thing, and dont be surprised if this is the upset special of 2008 and the 'Canes surprise the Gators...UF, 30-21.

Oregon State at Penn State - The Beavers took one on the chin last week, and now must travel across the nation to Pennsylvania. Look for the Lions to make quick work of them...PSU, 30-14.

Ole Miss at Wake Forest - Finally, a game that the ACC should look forward to winning. Wake is for real, and Ole Miss will most-likely have a long afternoon on its' hands....WFU, 35-17.

Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Clemson, Oklahoma, and VT will all win big over way over-matched teams...



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