Saturday, September 24, 2011

College Football Week 4 Pix

We’re a few weeks late on the season, but the relocation is almost complete. Finally have internet and cable hooked up so it’s time to start building that nest egg for Bowl season. The weekend slate of games should provide some quality time for sports fans to bond with their favorite beer. Four match ups of ranked teams highlight the Week 4 schedule. Hopefully the man cave is operational or you may have to visit your favorite pub-n-grub because three of the battles, Oklahoma St/Texas A&M, Arkansas/Alabama, and Florida St/Clemson, kick off in the mid afternoon time slot. LSU continues their murderous schedule with a road game against West Virginia for the prime time cool down. Start the day off with the Hawkeye game, and your day is full. We got off to a great start last week, even though not being able to watch the games really sucked. Stanford, Oklahoma St, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Iowa St covered while we missed on Michigan St and Northwestern. Without further babble, here are our picks for this week and good luck to the speculators out there…

Michigan -10 ½
Denard Robinson should have a lethal day against San Diego St.
LSU -5 ½
The ferocious Tiger defense puts on another display and leads LSU to a victory at West Virginia
Oregon -15
The Wildcat defense was no match for Stanford last week and the Ducks are more dynamic. Ducks in a snoozer.
USC +2 ½
The Trojans are more talented than Arizona St on both sides of the ball. Matt Barkely puts in another solid day at the office and Trojans win handily.
SMU -23
Memphis is already looking forward to basketball. Look for June Jones' offense to score and score often.
Temple +8
Dawg Special. We'll have to see another ridiculous Maryland uniform and the Owls are pretty good. Temple wont need the points and wins outright.

Finally for the home town teams, the Hawkeyes and Mizzou...
Iowa -17 ½
Marcus Coker gets the Hawks rolling early and ULM is out manned.
Oklahoma -19 ½
Mizzou has looked pretty bad so far this year and Oklahoma is just too stacked.

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