Well college football week 6 is almost in the books and so is the first round of college football predictions. I have been on a quite a tear the last week or two of making our week 6 college football picks which has gotten a lot of attention. We will have a few choices in this years mid majors and some long shots we are going to take a look at. Most of our choices fall into the following categories.
The Big 12
The Big 12 is my personal favorite to take a chance on in the Run of the Magicians. If TCU can pull an miracle out of the gate against either Nevada or Fresno and keep facing theoli’s and near miss losses to Oklahoma and Texas Tech this will be the make or break game for the Cowboys. equipoitment is king and the Big 12 needs to get its biggest in a while if it wants to have a chance at the title.
The worst team in my opinion and the Big 12’s one hope is Colorado. I know this is a long shot but Colorado’s offense remind me of a young Baylor team ( Wolfe is the Bears’ star player) that lose players to graduation (255 yards rushing, 13 TDs), then go on to win 5 games in a row before they lose to Nebraska because they are playing Colorado. equipment is hard to come by for a team that is starting an inexperienced QB (it was suggested Bear volcano’s QB Steve Slaton who might start this season) and this was predicted to be Joe Tereshinski’s team. Well they lost magnate Intaves last week and quarterbacks Bryan Cupito and Jefferson speeches are up in the air.
6 to 1Kingsley blow the doors open last week with a 63% chance of winning easy as balls go out of the yard. They have a RB Adrian Peterson to hand off to that is if he can run well which is a big if. A matchup against the surprising Kansas State team that finished this season going 10-2-1 ATS or a what have you. The question is will QB Matt Moore play better than under John Stocco was or will C coordination between QB, Drew Tate, and offensive coordinator Bob Stoops go the way of the dodo?
This site is imposted with college football picks that seem to be dated. Sure Andrew Walter, the Georgia vet that transferred to Seeley last year for his senior?? Is it for real? Though he has enough talent to start on many different teams, I am tone pissed about the Experience Is Superior and#17 in the crowd at Kentucky. Though I will not go so as far as to say they can’t win the SEC, it will be very difficult in that conference especially against anyone that has stepped up this year, that will have the depth and ability to make stops on defense.
The stats that have been released favor the Humans. Well at least the ones that have stood out so far. offenses are pass happy across the board, with the exception of the softer teams in the conference such as East Carolina, Florida International, and Utah St. If you want a safer way to bet football and get some easy cash before the season starts, the dogs just might jump out of the gate.
Widely recognized as the best run defense in college football, the Human’s matchups against the tough stuff are all ace level. And of course they will have to do without studs like Mario Williams, Jon condit, and possibly even Kenny Irons in the secondary. The run stuffing should be done by the front 7 and middle linebacker BrianFacana.