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Georgia vs Florida Free Football Pick

Georgia vs Florida Free Football Pick Date/Time: Saturday, October 30 3:30 pm ET TV: CBS College Football Betting Line: Florida -2.5, O/U 48 The top two teams in the Eastern division of the SEC square off in what might be the most important game of the season for both teams. The Bulldogs started the season off with four easy wins against inferior foes before they ran into an Alabama team that was coming off a critical loss. Georgia’s QBs were only able to connect on 11 passes for 106 yards as the Tide secondary clamped down on Georgia’s receivers. While the offense got back on track against Tennessee the following week, it was the defense that gave up 519 yards and 38 points in the team’s second consecutive loss. After disposing of Missouri 9-6 in a defensive battle, the Bulldogs got a much needed week off to prepare for this key battle. Meanwhile, the Florida Gators surprised a few teams by rolling over six straight opponents, including then #3 ranked Ole Miss 38-10. The winning streak came to an end after the Gators headed into Baton Rouge where the LSU Tigers took the Gators to task with a 35-28 victory. Over its last five games, the Gators have proven to be very one-dimensional on offense with a running game that has only averaged 89 YPG. They too have had an extra week to prepare for this showdown. It’s quite apparent that both teams have issues with consistency and come into this game evenly matched on paper. The difference in the game might come down to the revenge factor. Last...

Tennessee at Alabama Free Pick

Tennessee at Alabama Date/Time: Saturday, October 23 10:30 pm ET TV: CBS College Football Betting Favorite: Alabama -16.5, O/U 52.5 The Volunteers just might be the best 3-3 team in the country. The team’s three losses have come by a total of 12 points to two top 20 ranked teams in Oklahoma and Florida plus a surprising loss to Arkansas at home when the offense was held to two field goals in the second half. They rebounded from that loss with a terrific 38-31 victory over then #19 ranked Georgia, using 519 yards of total offense to dominate the game. With the offense now moving in the right direction, the bye week came at the perfect time, allowing them two weeks to prepare for the hottest team in the country. After starting the season with two solid victories, Alabama ran into an inspired Mississippi team that handed them a shocking home loss 43-37. Like all great teams, Bama did not take well to dropping out of the top 10 and proceeded to start steam rolling opponents, including then #8 ranked Georgia in Georgia 38-10 and last week’s beating of #9 Texas A&M 41-23. Best of all, the team is playing like a Sabin team with an explosive rushing attack and a defense that simply refuses to budge. The Crimson Tide are surely aware that #5 LSU is coming to town next week for a huge SEC showdown. After an emotional win over Texas A&M, this game sets up as a classic “sandwich” game. No one is suggesting the Volunteers will march into town and give the Crimson Tide a...
Boise State Football Predictions

Boise State Football Predictions

2015 Boise State Football Predictions: 1st Mountain West – Mountain Division (2014 record: 12-2) Head Coach:  Bryan Harsin Mountain West Champion Odds: -260 National Championship Odds: +25,500 Season Win Totals Over-Under Odds: Over 9.5 (-150), Under 9.5 (+110)   Offense Without knocking other teams in the Mountain West, it just seems the Broncos talents are always left untested is a weaker conference. In his first season as head coach, Bryan Harsin led the Broncos to their requisite strong season. There just might be something mystical about playing on that blue carpets. The only thing that can be said about the offensive unit in 2014 is that they played to expected levels by scoring and average of just over 39 PPG while compiling 494.3 YPG of total offense using a balanced attack. It would seem Harsin stepped in and said why fix something that isn’t broken. It’s a good bet that Harsin’s second season is going to be a bit more difficult after losing both All-American RB Jay Ajayi (1,823 yards and 28 TDs on the ground) and a solid QB in Grant Hedrick who had 3,696 yards passing and 23 TDs passes to go along with 592 yards rushing and 8 rushing TDs. Even though the team’s top two receivers (SR Shane Williams-Rhodes – 585 yards and 7 TDs, JR Thomas Sperbeck – 877 yards and 3 TDs) are back in the fold, they rest of the team is going to have to be crafted by Coach Harsin. The main advantage he had is almost every blue-chip player on the west coast wants to come play at Boise State....
BYU Football Predictions

BYU Football Predictions

2015 BYU Football Predictions: Independent (2014 record: 8-5) Head Coach:  Bronco Mendenhall National Championship Odds: +30,000 Season Win Totals Over-Under Odds: Over 8.5 (+175), Under 8.5 (-245)   Offense The 2014 season was a season of streaks with 2 different 4 game winning streaks divided by a 4 game losing streak. Early in the season, the Cougars offense has trouble consistently putting the ball into the end-zone. However, they really got things rolling over the last four games of the season when they averaged close to 50 PPG. On the season, they averaged just over 37 PPG with offensive production of 460 YPG. Its worth noting most of that came from a vaunted passing game that accounted for almost 280 YPG. BYU played a lot of players last season. They had 7 running backs with at least 40 carried, platooning QBs and 7 wide receivers with at least 240 yards receiving. From those groups of players, the only significant loss is QB Christian Stewart who threw for 2,61 yards and 25 TDs as the passing half of the QB platoon. With his graduation, it should put the starting job firmly in the hands of dual threat QB SR Taysom Hill who threw for 975 yards and 7 TDs in 2014 while also rushing for just under 500 yards and 8 TDS. He will be joined in the backfield by returning SR RB Jammal Williams who led the team in rushing with 518 yards and 4 TDs. Perhaps the most exciting player to return in 2015 is SR WR Mitch Mathews who led the team in receiving with 922 yards...
Notre Dame Football Predictions

Notre Dame Football Predictions

2015 Notre Dame Football Predictions: Independent (2014 record: 8-5) Head Coach:  Brian Kelly National Championship Odds: +3200 Season Win Totals Over-Under Odds: Over 9 (-150), Under 9 (+110)     Offense As one of the most storied football teams in the world, the Fighting Irish certainly have had few interesting years that included a big run towards a national title and a bunch of off-field controversy. After a great start to the 2014 season, the Irish lost 4 of its last 5 regular season games, only to finish the season with a bowl game victory. It is interesting to note that as the offense got better, the defense fell apart. On the season, the offense averaged 32.8 PPG on total offense of 444.9 YPG. Amidst a tumultuous career at Notre Dame, 2014 starting QB Everett Golson (3,445 yards passing, 29 TDs) made the decision to play his final season at Florida State, leaving the 2015 offense looking for a new QB. The favorite to win the starting job is JR Malik Zaire who only threw 35 passes last year, but looks to have a little talent. It will be a big relief to both Coach Kelly and the rest of the offense that both the team’s leading rusher and leading receiver from last year’s team are returning for their junior years. In the backfield, Zaire will be joined by RB Tarean Folston who rushed for 899 yards and 6 TDs as a sophomore. Lining up at wide receiver will be Will Fuller who caught 76 passes for 1,094 yards and 15 TDs. With a nice variety of underclassmen coming...
Virginia Football Predictions

Virginia Football Predictions

2015 Virginia Football Predictions: 7th ACC Coastal (2014 record: 5-7) Head Coach:  Mike London ACC Champion Odds: +10,000 National Championship Odds: +100,000 Season Win Totals Over-Under Odds: Over 4.5 (+145), Under 4.5 (-185)   Offense A very tough 2014 schedule proved to be too much for the Cavaliers to handle. They played no fewer than nine teams that played in the post season, failing to make the postseason themselves. At least some of the blame can be placed on an offense that played rather uninspired ball at times. For the season, they averaged only 25.8 PPG while only picking up just over 374 YPG of total offense. When a coach decides to platoon QBs and the team still struggles, one has to wonder about the value of making that decision. With the departure of the team’s primary starter Greyson Lambert (1,632 yards and 10 TDs), it will be interesting to see if Coach London hands over complete responsibility for the offense to the other QB in JR Matt Johns who finished the season as the primary starter. He finished the 2014 season with 1,109 yards passing and 8 TDs. Johns figure to have a difficult time getting his bearings as he faces the new season with an offense that will look new because of the graduation of 5 starters, including leading rusher Kevin Parks who had 745 yards and 4 TDs and leading receiver Canaan Severin who caught 42 passes for 578 yards and 5 TDs. Considering the 2014 offense lacked depth, it will be interesting to see who Coach London pegs to step in to try to rebuild...