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Posted on October 9, 2013 at 10:20 PM

13-1 this season

#2 Oregon 45 @ #16 Washington 30

I think Washington is a good, but not quite great, team this year. I don't think that the fourth down completion at the end of the game last week had suficient evidence to overturn (I don't think he caught it however, it should have stood). If it stands the Huskies could go for the second top 5 upset in two weeks. Oregon is a different beast than Stanford and I think no one outside the SEC can realistically beat the Ducks.

#25 Missouri 34 @ #7 Georgia 37

Georgia is really hurt right now, but I think the home atmosphere and Murray are enough to overcome a very good Missouri squad. I have a man crush on Aaron Murray and have for three years. Just thought you would like to know.

#17 Florida 24 @ #10 LSU 34

After putting the Gators on upset alert and looking stupid last week, I have a higher opinion of Florida now. Does that mean they will beat LSU? No. Mettenberger and the LSU offense is too good. LSU continues on a path to Tuscaloosa on 11/9 for the West crown. That's right, no respect to Manziel.

#9 Texas A&M 33 @ Ole Miss 34

That's right! no respect for Manziel and A&M. Ole Miss blocks an XP to win with 5 seconds to go.

Nebraska 41 @ Purdue 17

Nebraska goes for 300+ on the ground as Purdue can not stop the run ever. Etling ends the day 29-52 with 347 1TD and 3 INT, but it's still better than playing Henry at this point, as this is a dead season. I can't remember Purdue ever winning less than 4 games in a season, but that is gonna change.


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