College Football Picks Week 2 NCAA Predictions Previews Odds From Mitch on Tonys Picks 9-6-2016

September 6, 2016

Mitch from Sports Chat Place guests on the Tonys Picks TV Show and offers his picks, predictions, previews and odds from all of the top games from college football in Week 1 of the 2016 season.

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Friday September 9th—
8PM ET—Louisville at Syracuse (ESPN2)
Louisville -14 ½ with O/U 67 ½ points
Louisville walloped Charlotte 70-14 to open the season. They had 56 in the first half behind a huge game by quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Syracuse coming off a bad 2015 campaign defeated FCS school Colgate in week one.
Saturday September 10th—
12PM ET—Penn St at Pittsburgh (ESPN)
Pittsburgh -6 with O/U of 48 points.
It’s the first meeting between these schools since 2000. Penn St with a second half rally defeated Kent St 33-13. Trace McSorley a first year starter threw two touchdowns completing 16 of 31 passes for 209 yards. Would like to see better than 5 of 14 on third down on a MAC school.
Pittsburgh beat FCS school Villanova 28-7 at home to start their year. Pitt gained only 261 yards and ran only for 2.5 yards a carry. The defense limited the Wildcats to 172 yards.
3:30PM ET—Kentucky at Florida (CBS)
Florida -16 ½ points with O/U 47 ½ points
Kentucky blows a 35-10 lead in their home loss to Southern Miss.
Florida struggled with UMASS up 10-7 in the fourth quarter in their 24-7 home victory. They held the Minutemen to 1 of 11 on third down and 187 yards.
3:30PM ET—Nevada at Notre Dame (NBC)
Notre Dame -28 with O/U 60 ½ point.
Nevada avoids a loss to an FCS school as they beat Cal Poly in overtime 30-27. They gave up 383 rushing yards to the Mustangs with nearly 5 ½ yards per carry.
Notre Dame a tough luck loser. They gave up too many big plays in their road loss to Texas. Quarterback DeShone Kizer threw for five touchdown passes.
7PM ET—Arkansas at TCU (ESPN)
TCU -7 ½ points with O/U 59 points
Arkansas struggles past Louisiana Tech at home winning 21-10.
TCU beats FCS school South Dakota St 59-41. The Horned Frogs defense gave up 24 first half points to an FCS school.
7PM ET—South Carolina at Mississippi St (ESPN2)
Mississippi St -6 ½ points with O/U 44 ½ points
South Carolina beats Vanderbilt on the road 13-10 last week. They overcame a 10-0 halftime deficit.
The post Dak Prescott era began at Mississippi St as the Bulldogs drop a 21-20 home decision to South Alabama.
7:30PM ET—BYU at Utah (FOX)
Utah -3 ½ points with O/U 45 ½ points.
A late field goal got BYU past Arizona. Taysom Hill started and finished the game at quarterback.
The Utes beat the Cougars last year in the Las Vegas Bowl 35-28 as a -2 ½ point favorite. They defeated FCS school Southern Utah 24-0 last week at homje.
8PM ET—Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech (ABC)
Tennessee -11 ½ points with O/U 54 ½ points
This game is held on a neutral field at Bristol Motor Speedway.
The Volunteers avoided a major home upset by beating Appalachian St in overtime.
Virginia Tech begins the Justin Fuente era as the school with a 36-13 home victory to FCS school Liberty.
10PM ET—Texas Tech at Arizona St (FOX 1)
Arizona St -3 with O/U 79 points
ASU allowed 369 passing yards to FCS school Northern Arizona last week. The Sun Devils won 44-13. Quarterback Manny Wilkins a sophomore led the team in rushing last week with 14 runs for 89 yards.
Texas Tech crushes Stephen F. Austin last week. Their defense got shredded last year giving up 44 points or greater in five of their final six games.
10:30PM ET—Virginia at Oregon (ESPN)
Oregon -24 ½ points with O/U 70 ½ points.
The Bronco Mendenhall era at Virginia begins with a 37-20 home defeat to FCS school Richmond.
Oregon crushed Virginia in 2013 on the road 59-10 as the Cavaliers couldn’t handle the speed of the Ducks. They beat UC Davis in week one 53-28 as quarterback Dakota Prukop throws for 217 yards and three touchdowns.
Quick Hitters will follow as we pick out random games from the schedule
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