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  • College Football Picks - Week Seven

       October 11, 2007

    So, uh, yeah, my picks last week were horrible. Go ahead, mock me. I deserve it. Now, let's see if I can't do better this week.

    Purdue at Michigan: Purdue is reeling. Michigan has new life. They're both probably just so-so teams, but Michigan is ready to give fans in the Big House something to cheer quietly about again. The pick: Michigan.

    #19 Wisconsin at Penn State: With Luke Swan out for the year, I feel like Badgers QB Tyler Donovan is going to be lost. The Badgers don't play well in Happy Valley and this is going to be the start of a slide that will result in Allan Evridge getting behind center soon. The pick: Penn State. Boo.

    #1 LSU at #17 Kentucky: Kentucky, like my Badgers, were exposed last weekend. This week they'll be ravaged, plundered and pillaged. The pick: LSU.

    #11 Missouri at #6 Oklahoma: Missouri surprised me. I thought they get handled by Nebraska. Not one to learn from my mistakes, I think they'll get handled again but what might be the top team in the country. The pick: Oklahoma.

    Washington St. at #9 Oregon: Oregon got a week off to enjoy their high ranking and bask in the glow of their victory over Cal. Wait? Didn't they lose? Yep, they did. To me, Oregon looks primed for an upset. I don't quite have the guts to predict it, but I think it's going to be close. Very close. The pick: Oregon.

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    #  October 12th, 2007 8:09 PM      themandownthehall
    No mocking allowed here. You're in second place of the pickem competition.

    UM Purdue. UM usually does not lose to mid and low tier teams. However, this is not a typical year. I will have to go with Purdue here.

    Wisconsin vs PSU:
    Wisconsin was off last week. They won't be this week. PSU will bear the bront of the Badgers rage. Wisconsin

    LSU Kentucky:
    LSU big. Very big.

    Oklahoma - Mizzou:
    I don't know what to think here. I would say OU, but the Tigers really shocked me last week. I think I'll go with them again. Nah, OU by a bit.

    Wash St, Oregon.
    Oregon in a blow out.

    Other cool games:
    BC stays unbeaten and lays a beatin on the Irish. OH YEAH!

    Illinois Iowa:
    Iowa gets a big win. Just in time to piss Illinois off to knock off Michigan...

    Auburn over Arkansas

    Have a good weekend everyone. God Bless.
    #  October 13th, 2007 2:38 PM      themandownthehall
    Wow, What a bad start. One play, one fumble. And then the touchdown.
    #  October 13th, 2007 3:14 PM      themandownthehall
    Ok, a TC. That's better. Welcome to the game Badgers!  
    #  October 13th, 2007 4:01 PM      themandownthehall
    Wow, what happened? I went outside to start closing the pool for the winter and I come back in and it's 24-7. Yick.  
    #  October 14th, 2007 10:58 AM      kris
    Wisconsin was embarrassing yesterday. They play calling was awful and the team played with no intensity. I point the finger at the coaching staff. Perhaps they are a little too impressed with their own genius.  



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