bobalou Posts:5158 Followers:147
On 10/11/2012 11:03 AM in NCAA Football

Which top 25 lose this weekend?

We have a 4 top 25 playing each other so of course of those we'll have a loser in those games..

I'm Just curious which losses stand out to you guys with the top 25 this weekend?

#3 South Carolina vs #9 LSU

#7 Notre Dame vs #17 Stanford

#13 Oklahoma vs #15 Texas

#22 Texas AM vs #23 LA Tech

Here is the rest of the top 25 games this weekend...

#1 Bama vs Missouri
#4 FLorida vs Vandy
#5 W. Virginia vs Texas Tech
#6 Kansas St vs Iowa State
#8 Ohio State vs Indiana
#10 Oregon St vs BYU
#11 Southern Cal vs Washington
#12 FLo State vs Boston College
#18 Louisville vs Pitts
#19 Mississippi St vs Tennessee
#20 Rutgers vs Syracuse
#21 Cincy vs Fordam
#24 Boise St vs Fresno State
#25 Michigan vs Illinois



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coverit Posts:996 Followers:3
10/11/2012 11:21 AM

I'm concerned about my Trojans playing in Seattle. They're a physical team that can give SC problems, and Sark seems to have a way of beating his old school.

I must be gettin' old... I still think baseball is cool.

finance Posts:8728 Followers:228
10/11/2012 11:55 AM

Somehow I think LSU bounces back at home and I think Stanford gives the Irish their first loss...but wow have I sucked so far with cfb so you can probably just take the other side of both and go 2-0...lol

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jimmythegreek Posts:11476 Followers:384
10/11/2012 12:51 PM

Keep your eye on BYU to give Oregon St all they could handle. You have 2 offenses which have looked rather unimpressive so far during the course of the campaign though the Beavers seem to be a lot more consistent over the past few weeks. However turnovers will be critical in this contest as will field position so any bad break could result in a game changer especially with short fields. Had these has one of my upset specials but then again in any of the other games teams look just as vulnerable.

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btb Posts:2261 Followers:163
10/11/2012 01:09 PM

Also like SC, LSU was looking up and down for answers so they went with the weather? Dont think they are that good.. Big test for SC

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  • 10/11/2012 02:36 PM

    Very sad because I am not so sure your not right. But I'll still be pulling for LSU.... We'll have home-field and Tiger Stadium will be rockin... but SC has been on fire.



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sharpsquare Posts:2467 Followers:5
10/11/2012 02:07 PM



Stanford and Texas seem like the teams with the best shot to knock off the higher ranked teams.

bobalou Posts:5158 Followers:147
10/11/2012 02:37 PM

Miss St and Tenn might be a good game... Miss St should win in my humble opinion.... And i suppose Alabama is a no brainer for a win..

JTG... you may be right with with BYU....

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jimmythegreek Posts:11476 Followers:384
10/11/2012 03:25 PM

I also believe Fresno St could upset Boise. Both each rank among the nation's leaders when it comes to forcing turnovers. Fresno State also leads the country with 12 picks. Last year Boise humbled Fresno 57-7, and with revenge fresh on the Bulldog's minds, there won't be Kellen Moore around this time to deal with.

Fresno State could present a challenge with an offense that leads the Mountain West with 315.5 passing yards per game and has not scored fewer than 25 points in any 2012 contest. Robbie Rouse ranks among the nation's leaders on the ground, averaging 118.5 yards with eight touchdowns. He's gained 195 yards on 34 carries without a TD in three games against the Broncos.

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finance Posts:8728 Followers:228
10/11/2012 04:09 PM

West Virginia has played 2 big emotional games in a row and It would seem like they could be vulnerable - not sure Texas Tech is the team but a letdown could certainly be in order....think I saw the line was -4 for West Va which is begging people to take them....

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