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The upstart NC WolfPack are double digit dogs this week

North Carolina State +12.5 over Florida State Twenty-one days after opening their season with a neutral site loss to top-ranked Alabama, the Florida State Seminoles finally return to action Saturday in the friendly confines of Doak Campbell Stadium. Like many of their Sunshine State counterparts, Florida State's plans were unexpectedly put … [Read more...]

College Football Pick by Paul Stone

The Fighting Irish Welcome Georgia on Saturday

Georgia-Notre Dame UNDER 57 Georgia travels to South Bend, Ind. Saturday without standout sophomore quarterback Jacob Eason who sustained a knee sprain less than 10 minutes into the Bulldogs' season opener against Appalachian State. True freshman Jake Fromm stepped in and posted a steady debut in the Dawgs' 31-10 victory over the Mountaineers. … [Read more...]

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BAYLOR -20.5 over Texas  After injuries to front liners Seth Russell and Jarrett Stidham, Baylor is down to its third-string quarterback Chris Johnson who expected to spend most of this season flashing signals and wearing a baseball cap on the sidelines. Against Texas, however, it may not matter. The Longhorns have not been very good at any … [Read more...]

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David Cutcliffe's Blue Devils  Look for a Strong Finish in the ACC

Duke +2 over Virginia  - Neither of these ACC entries comes into Saturday's contest on a particularly high note. Duke, which typically overachieves under the tutelage of underrated head man David Cutcliffe, enters on a three-game losing streak, while Virginia and head coach Mike London who is once again hearing talk of his possible dismissal, has … [Read more...]

Paul Stone’s College Football Pick of the Week

Baylor Looks to Continue to Put up Big Offensive Numbers this Week vs. West Virginia

Baylor -21 over West Virginia  - Baylor's slate of opponents to this point in the 2015 season is not exactly a who's who of college football's upper class. Still, the Bears and first-year starting quarterback Seth Russell have easily disposed of the opposition in convincing fashion, scoring at least 56 points in each game and averaging 64 … [Read more...]