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Friday September 22, 2006

Wow…for the quality we got last week in college football, we’re treated to some real dogs this week, especially in SEC-land.

Colorado at Georgia: When the showdown between four-legged mascots trumps interest in the showdown on the field, you have the makings of a very one-sided game.

Alabama at Arkansas: Tough pick. Both teams played a common opponent (Vanderbilt) very close. If this were later in the season, I might like Arkansas. Bama’s defense might have the very slim edge here in Mustain’s first really big home start.

Mississippi State at UAB: Gotta go with the Blazers here. UAB frustrated Georgia’s offense for the better part of three quarters. Lord knows what they’ll do to MSU’s pathetic offense.

Penn State at Ohio State: Once Ohio State finishes this beating and gets a bit of revenge for last season, we can finally be done with the "Penn State is back" talk.

Arizona State at California: The Sun Devils have had problems getting their offense going this year, and that’s unfortunate as they’ll need to keep up in this game. Cal’s offense proves to be too much.

Notre Dame at Michigan State: I think we’ve learned by now that Notre Dame only gets upset at home.

South Florida at Kansas: Two mid-level teams fighting for a shred of respect. I went with Kansas at home.

UCLA at Washington: UCLA needs to win this game if they have any plans of being a Pac10 factor this year. A Washington win at home would be huge for Ty. I expect the Bruins to pass the road test.

Wake Forest at Ole Miss: I’ve been burned twice by Ole Miss. So now watch them win.

Wisconsin at Michigan: Letdown? It’s possible, but even then Wisconsin shouldn’t be much of a problem. The post-Alvarez slide begins.

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