Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Thurs., Nov. 24 -

West VA. 27, Pitt 17 - Rich Rodriguez has done a good job of making WVU a perrenial contender int he Big East.

Fri. Nov. 25 -

Texas 52, Texas A&M 14 - Horns have won five in a row over the Aggies and 14 straight on the road.

LSU 34, Arkansas 17 - A big day by the Hogs' Darren McFadden could make this one interesting.

Arizona State 35, Arizona 27 - The Wildcats shocked the Sun Devils last year, so Dirk Koetter's club is on guard.

Wisconsin 38, Hawaii 24 - The Badgers should lock down New Year's Day plans with the win.

Colorado 28, Nebraska 20 - The Buffs want another shot at Texas in the Big 12 title game.

Saturday, Nov. 26 -

Tennessee 23, Kentucky 17 - The Cats have a good chance to win this game if they can establish RB Rafael Little.
Ole Miss 13, Mississippi State 6 - A defensive battle or an offensive eye sore in a matchup not even worthy for TV.
Florida 24, Florida State 20 - Two bitter rivals who are 7-3 and having years less than what their partisans expect; the Gators are at home and should be able to control FSU with DeShawn Wynn and the rush game.
Miami 31, Virginia 13 - The Hurricanes will be focused this week after last Saturday's embarrassing loss to Ga. Tech knocked them into second place in the ACC Coastal.
Maryland 17, NC State 14 - Unfortuantely, the winner has six wins and is bowl eligible.
Virginia Tech 35, North Carolina 14 - The Hokies should lock down their trip to Jacksonville against outmanned UNC.
Georgia 21, Ga. Tech 13 - The Dawgs are the better team but so was Miami last week.
Big 12
Iowa State 14, Kansas 12 - The Cyclones need to be prepared in case Colorado trips on Friday against Nebraska.

Oklahoma 23, Oklahoma State 13 - Both teams are virtually ineffective in the passing game, so it could turn into a matchup of RBs Mike Hamilton of OSU and Adrian Petersen of OU.

Big East
Rutgers 30, Cincinnati 17 - The Scarlet Knights have given up 101 points in the last two weeks in losses to South Florida and Louisiville, so they must rediscover their defense to beat the improving Bearcats.
Louisville 48, Syracuse 14 - The Orange have been outscored 156-55 in their six Big East matchups and a surging and uncharitable Cardinal squad will show little mercy.
South Florida 24, UConn 14 - The Bulls are 12th in the nation in rush offense at 229 per game and if the Huskies cannot stop Andre Hall, USF puts itself in position to gain a BCS bid next week at home against West Virginia.
UAB 31, ECU 20 - The Blazers have struggled this season, but should gain their sixth win as ECU's pass defense should not have the answer to Darrell Hackney.
UTEP 41, SMU 17 - The Miners need to blow the Mustangs out early on the road or Phill Bennett's Ponies could be dangerous as Houston saw last week.
Memphis 34, Marshall 21 - The Tigers fall into the same boat as UAB as they have had a disappointing year and need the win for bowl eligibility.
USM 30, Tulane 19 - The Eagles should be able to move the ball at will against a weak Green Waves defense.
PAC 10
Notre Dame 41, Standford 17 - The Irish are thinking BCS and Brady Quinn could topp the 300-yard mark through the air against the charitible Cardinal DBs.
Boise State 34, Louisiana Tech 28 - This game is in Ruston and the Bulldogs are good enough to cause Boise trouble, but the Broncos' running game should be the difference.
San Jose State 28, Idaho 24 - Two teams closing out 2-8 campaigns.
NM State 23, Utah State 22 - Keep picking Hal Mumme...he will win one day!
Fresno State 41, Nevada 30 - An outright share of the WAC title is at stake.
Overall - 358 - 127

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