Saturday September 12th, 2015 NCAA Football Week 2 Winners

My first full weekend of watching football is finally here. Fortunately, I get to spend it with family and friends. I’m king of in a hurry so I want to keep this short and sweet. I have outlined my top 5 favorite winners of the day. Check them out below and hit me back with any feedback if you can. Thanks and enjoy this amazing weekend!

Minnesota Gophers 24 @ Colorado St 10: Expect this game to be a slow paced, run oriented slug fest. The Gophers will eventually pull away with the win as they wear down the Rams in the second half.

Rice University Owls 12 @ University of Texas Longhorns 34: The Longhorns were flat out embarrassed last weekend, yet again. So lets only hope it’s not as bad is seems and they answer back with an expected lashing of the Owls. The defense should hold tight all game while the offense eventually finds it grooves. Also count on a longhorn defensive or special team score to help pad the score.

Louisiana State University Tigers 38 @ Mississippi St. Bulldogs 10: Expect the Tigers to be unleashed this weekend as a lightning delay derailed their opener from even happening. The Tigers have been chomping at the bit to unleash this new look offense to go along with their best in the SEC defense. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, they sustained to many losses due to graduation and early NFL departures to keep up the SEC this year. Tigers in a rout.

Wake Forest Demon Deacons 17 @ Syracuse Orangemen 6: The Orangemen lost their starting QB to an injury so we can see Wake Forest taking advantage of their unfortunate situation.

Kansas State Wildcats 30 @ Univeristy of Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners 31: The upset special of the weekend is here. Yes the Roadrunners are here to knock off the Wildcats. We figured this game would be close because the Wildcats are just not as sound of a team as they have been in prior years. We give the edge to the home team. Do not underestimate the home edge for the Roadrunners. This is Texas and San Antonio has been craving a football team for years. Larry Coker has lifted a new program and given it’s actual fans something to root for.

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