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Week 4 Predictions

Posted on September 19, 2013 at 9:40 PM

#23 Arizona State 24 @ #5 Stanford 28

It will be a good one in Palo Alto. Stanford hasn't proved a lot so far this season and Arizona State may have lost to Wisconsin (we will never know if the field goal is good or not). From now on Arizona State and Wisconsin each have a half win and loss. So Arizona State is 1.5-.5 heading into the week.

And that is the only top 25 game of the week.

Upset: Michigan State 17 @ #22 Notre Dame 14, not much of an upset, but nothing to choose from this week.

Purdue 20 @ #24 Wisconsin 35

Purdue doesn't do too poorly, however, they still can't stop Wisconsin's running attack. It doesn't matter who the coach is or who the running back is.

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