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2013 Week 2 Predictions

Posted on September 5, 2013 at 7:55 PM

Got both games last week correct with the correct scoring margin. It will be tough to beat that.


#6 South Carolina 27 @ #11 Georgia 34

Georgia finally beats South Carolina and does so without anyone getting injured during a celebration. Murray plays well and Clowney is blocked well enought to give Murray the time he needs to play well. Both the teams could still be playing for the National Championship come January.

 

#14 Notre Dame 20 @ #17 Michigan 21

Unlike the first game in which both teams faced real tests last week, neither of these two did. That makes it very difficult to predict the winner and I will lean towards the home team in a close game. Tommy Rees is unable to make enough big plays to take the W.

 

Upset: No one in the top 10, save SC, has much of a matchup this week. I will take #12 Florida 20 @ Miami 24. Is it a real upset? probably not.

 

Purdue 42 Indiana State 16

Purdue has never lost to an FCS school nor won by less than 10 so this should be a good, easy win for the Boilers. The first under Hazell.

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