La-Monroe 6 (Sunbelt) @ #14 Arkansas 55 (SEC)
Hogs come out sharper on offense to start and the Defense continues to beat up on inferior opponents. Enjoy the cupcakes guys, breakfast is next week.
#18 Penn State 10 (Big 10) @ #1 Alabama 35 (SEC)
Yeah, I know it is Penn State, and they are supposed to be good, just like every year. However, this is Bama, the SEC, and State is starting a true freshman at QB. You do the math.
#7 Oregon 48 (PAC-10) @ Tennessee 20 (SEC)
This ins't UT-Martin for you Vol fans, and for you Duck fans, this isn't New Mexico. However, Dooley just doesn't have the talent to hang with this track team on offense.
#17 Florida State 31 (ACC) @ #10 Oklahoma 28 (Little XII)
Little Brother gets the best of Big Brother here as the Seminoles looked VERY good in week 1, while the Sooners struggled at home against the Aggies .. of Utah State!
#19 LSU 34 (SEC) @ Vanderbilt 17 (SEC)
LSU should win handily with the talent they have as I have predicted here, but I just don't think Big Hat Miles is doing so well down in Cajun Country. Could be a LOT closer than many expect.
#22 Georgia 24 (SEC) @ #24 South Carolina 28 (SEC)
Toss-ups in the SEC typically go to the home team. This game should be very evenly matched and we will see 1) is Stephen Garcia for real and 2) if the new Dawg Defense is as much improved as they looked last week.
Ole Miss 35 (SEC) @ Tulane 24 (C-USA)
I would call this a "Trap" game, but hey, Hootie lost to Jacksonville State last week at home. So, it doesn't get much more humiliating than that … unless you lose to Tulane that is and start 0 – 2.
Louisiana Tech 13 (WAC) @ aTm 38 (Little XII)
The Aggies looked good last week against an FCS opponent at home. Let's see how they fare this week with a much better opponent. I figure about the same.
Texas Tech 52 (Little XII) @ New Mexico 10 (MWC)
Red Raiders, if you don't score 50 on the Lobos, you might consider yourself in for a LONG season. The Lobos gave up 56 to Oregon last week, in the FIRST HALF!!!
#12 Miami 24 (ACC) @ #2 Ohio State 20 (Big 10)
Jacoby Harris and the U end all this nonsensical, early year, Terrell Pryor and a Big 10 team winning the BCS Championship in week 2. Thank the Lord. I think it is a great game and the U gets a little revenge on the Buckeyes for that 2003 BCS Championship game that ended so controversially.