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Week 13 Predictions

Posted on November 22, 2012 at 8:25 PM

2-1 last week, 23-15 this year

#4 Florida 17 @ #10 Florida State 20

I don't like Florida's offense much and the Gators have played less than impressive football the past few weeks. Florida State should be able to keep hopes for a national championship alive with a win at home.

#5 Oregon 35 @ #15 Oregon State 21

Oregon rebounds after the tough loss last week against Stanford and wins with superior talent, although Oregon State is still a quality team. The Ducks can still go to the title game but need some help from UCLA as without winning the Pac 12, Oregon will not be invited to the national championship.

#8 Stanford 28 @ #17 UCLA 20

This is a tough one to predict. UCLA has locked up the south division and has a say in who it will play next week in the Pac 12 championship. If UCLA wins, they will likely play Oregon. If UCLA loses they play Oregon. If I'm UCLA, I try to lose so I can get a good look at Stanford without showing the Cardinal anything on my side.

#12 South Carolina 27 @ #11 Clemson 35

I think that without Lattimore South Carolina doesn't have the offense to get the win at Clemson. Were Clemson in the division opposite Florida State a win could keep Clemson with an outside shot at the national title game.

#21 Oklahoma State 31 @ #13 Oklahoma 34

I like the way Oklahoma State has played lately. Oklahoma.. not so much. However, Oklahoma is not going to allow three schools to leave Norman with a win in one season.

#19 Michigan 28 @ #4 (AP) Ohio State 24

I don't think that Ohio State is anywhere near the 4th best team in the country and Michigan will be able to pull off the upset and ruin Ohio State's perfect season.

Upset: None, best chance is USC over #1 Notre Dame

Indiana 28 @ Purdue 31 

Indiana fails to convert the final drive into 3 points and Purdue heads to a bowl for the second straight year. Hopefully that's not enought to save Danny Hope's job.

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