Not many SEC matchups this week. Florida has trouble with Vandy for a quarter.
UF - 41
VU - 10
Arkansas loses a great WR in Childs, but has other weapons. However, the Arkansas pass defense is still lacking, and SC has weapons of its own, as well as a great defense.
SC - 31
Ark - 24
The in-state rivalry won't get any more heated. Just an @#$%&-whipping.
UT - 45
Mem - 20
No one really knows what will happen when a Les Miles team faces a tough opponent. It won't be a runaway. The talent will see to that, and LSU can at least slow the Bama run game and possibly shut down the pass. Bama's defense can more than take care of LSU's sputtering offense, but the O/D mismatches are still in LSU's favor, if the brain trust can exploit them. I think this is the one that's been on Lester's calendar all year.
LSU - 23
Bama - 19
UPSET: Hawaii over Boise for the shocker of the season. You laugh, but the Warriors gave USC a hell of a game and have some talent left over from the June Jones era.
mike sidebottom Wrote:
> my picks for what ever week were in
> 1.f.s.u.------ 34 n. carolina----- 21 (i will
> be on the 35 yd. line) GO NOLES!!!!!
> 2. bama----- 24 l.s.u.-------------17
> 3. texas a&m--- 38 ok-----------28 (slight
> 4. tcu------ 28 utah----------24
> 5. ark------31 s.c.---------- 17
> 6. neb------ 234 iowa st.-----1 (for you griff
> go huskers!!!!!)
WIDE RIGHT!!!!!!!!............ again
Keith "Sunshine" B.
Rumble in Ragley, version 1.0
15 November 2014
Field limited to 90 players
Missed last week due to being out of town some. Let's try this week on for size.
MSU at Bama, can't go against my Dawgs MSU 21-17. Realistically not sure we can muster enough to get this done with all our kids have been through this past week. Burying one of your own is tough to get over. I hope they play inspired football.
UGA @ Auburn, Tigers 42-34. Cam Newton won't be that distracted though the fan base might.
Vandy @ UK, Kats by a ton. 38-14
The Bears @ UT, if this one is in Oxford I say the Bears win the honeypot but in Knoxville with absolutely nothing to lose I look for it to be close. UT 31-The Bears 27. Has Nix been fired yet, I sure hope they wait until the end of the season, for stability reasons of course, for the kids. :)
Arkansas and LSU get to rest their starters early with easy games.
UF 28 USC 21 as the Gators continue to improve.
Other matchups of interest: OSU over PSU by 2 TD's, Va Tech over UNC by 3, OU rebounds to beat TT by 10, and for Griff Huskers over KU by 3 TD's. Another of interest is OSU over Texas dependent on which Texas teams shows up. OSU looks really good this year so far.
Well, I got eliminated from SEC fantasy. No three-peat for Mister Blue.
You'd think that Vandy/UK would be a pretty good game, but the advantages UK has are numerous. Factor in the fact that last year's SEC freshman of the year, Warren Norman, is out for the season, and I don't think 14 1/2 is enough.
UK - 37
VU - 17
Ole Miss vs. UT, on the other hand, will be entertaining. Two bad defenses. Two semi-entertaining offenses. Murray vs. Masoli. Poole vs. Bolden. Moore and Jones vs. Summers and Harris.
Tennessee - 31
Ole Miss - 28
Florida looks better with Chris "time to die, b!tch" Rainey back on the field, but Spurrier sees his chance to take a talented yet underachieving team to Atlanta. Although I expect them to rest on Lattimore and get a lot of short, possession completions to Gurly, the big scoring plays will come from Alshon Jeffrey. He's that legit.
SC - 27
UF - 24
Sorry, Bullies, but it ain't gonna happen. MSU will make it look good for a half, but Bama has too much talent.
did we not already wager on the Iron Bowl I beleive we did so you shut nup and get ready for your third I repeat Third loss . You yahoos thoought Bama could do it again. You are seriously delusional Cant even handle USC or LSWho so shut up and watch some real football Milk Dud. Double or nothing is our wager that we made two weeks ago. You might want to write that down Punk so you dont forget again