Friday, September 4, 2009

College Football Selections: Sept 5, 2009

I'll be posting my College and Pro picks each week with a record for each as we go. The preferred side in the listed match-up is the team listed first with the spread, laying or taking, or unless it's a total where both teams are listed. Good Luck!

Nevada @ Notre Dame OVER 61.5 - Should be a close game, ND can’t stop anyone let alone a high powered Pistol offense that Nevada runs.

Oklahoma State -5.5 vs. Georgia - Too many question marks with Georgia replacing QB & RB’s; 3 headed monster for OSU gets their Championship run started Saturday.

Oklahoma -22 vs. BYU - Cougars no good away from Provo; big number, but Oklahoma should prevail in quality win in their quest to win title. Run it up for the computers.

Louisiana Tech +14 @ Auburn - War Eagles 2-12 in last 14 games against spread when a double digit favorite. LA Tech has strong defense and enough offense under Derek Dooley to contend for win.

Alabama -6 vs. Virginia Tech - Va Tech missing their top RB and has been 0-2 in their last two home openers on neutral fields. Saban has the Bama D ready in their quest for National Title. This is like a Bowl game essentially if they want to win it all.

San Diego State +19.5 @ UCLA - Still lots of question marks regarding UCLA’s offensive line and new QB Kevin Prince. Aztecs are good enough to hang and give Bruins an early scare.

LSU -17.5 @ Washington - Huskies went 0-12 last season, but have new coaching staff and philosophy. However, they still have many of the same players. LSU to win big.

Colorado -10.5 vs. Colorado St. - Last game to be played on a home field for the next 10 years as the series will go back to Invesco Field in Denver. Two teams going in opposite direction with the Buffs having the upper hand the last few season.

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