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Week 6 Predictions

Posted on October 3, 2013 at 6:10 PM

10-1 on the season

#4 Ohio State 38 @ #16 Northwestern 31

I really hope Northwestern can pull this off. Gameday will be in Evanston and here's to hoping that the stadium will be full of purple, but there will probably be lots of red around. The game is high scoring and the crowd gets loud for a final stop to get the ball back down 7, but OSU runs out the clock.

#15 Washington 20 @ #5 Stanford 28

The Pac-12 North may be the best division in the nation and the fun gets started Saturday night with the Huskies in Palo Alto. Price gets off to a bang, but fades in the second half and Stanford continues a decade of great football. Washington will pass 7 wins this year.

#25 Maryland 20 @ #8 Florida State 42

Does anyone think this will be close?

Upset: Arkansas 27 @ #18 Florida 24

Florida hasn't looked too hot this year and Arkansas kicks a game winning field goal in the Swamp.

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