College Football Picks Week 2 NCAA Predictions Previews Odds From Mitch on Tonys Picks TV 9-8-2015

September 10, 2015

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 2 of the 2015 season.

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Thursday September 10th—

8PM ET–Louisiana Tech at Western Kentucky (FS1)
Louisiana Tech -1 O/U 61
8PM ET–Western Kentucky defeated Vanderbilt last week on the road 14-12 as they defended a two point conversion late. Not much offense from the Hilltoppers.
Louisiana Tech crushed Western Kentucky 59-10 at home last year as a -7 ½ point favorite. LA Tech crushed FCS school Southern last week.
Friday September 11th—
9PM ET—Utah St at Utah (ESPN2)
Utah -13 ½ points O/U 44
Utah St looked sluggish in a 12-9 home win to Southern Utah last week.
Utah got a huge pick six midway through the fourth quarter to extend a seven point lead to 14. Utah beat Michigan 24-17 last week as a -5 point home favorite.
Saturday September 12th—
12PM ET–Oregon St at Michigan (ABC)
Michigan -15 ½ points O/U 48
Oregon St ran for 213 yards in their balanced 26-7 home victory to FCS school Weber St last week.
Michigan looks to rebound after a 24-17 road defeat at Utah last week. Jake Rudock threw three picks in defeat.
3:30PM ET—Georgia at Vanderbilt (CBS)
Georgia -19 ½ points O/U 52 points.
The Bulldogs crushed UL Monroe 51-14 last week as a -35 point favorite. Greyson Lambert threw just 12 passes but had 141 yards passing and two touchdowns. Nick Chubb ran for 120 yards. The Bulldogs defese held The Warhawks to just 1.7 yards rushing on 26 carries.
Vanderbilt loses 14-12 at home to Western Kentucky last week. The Commodores had a good defensive performance but the offense turned the ball over three times. A missed two point conversion late cost the Commodores the game.
3:30PM ET—Notre Dame at Virginia (ABC)
Notre Dame -11 ½ O/U 47 ½
Malik Zaire led the Fighting Irish to a 38-3 home blowout win against Texas in the opener. They outgained Texas by 384 yards.
Virginia struggled in pass defense against a UCLA rookie QB in a 34-16 road defeat last week.
6PM ET—Oklahoma at Tennessee (ESPN)
PK O/U 61 ½ points.
It is a revenge game for Tennessee as they are beat 34-10 at Oklahoma last year.
Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield had a good opener but faces a road test here. Their run game produced just 3 yards a carry last week on 33 rushing attempts against Akron.
Tennessee beat Bowling Green 59-30 last week behind two touchdown passes by quarterback Joshua Dobbs. The Volunteers ran for 399 yards last week for over 6 yards a carry.
7PM ET—East Carolina at Florida (ESPN2)
Florida -20 O/U 53 ½
They met in a bowl game last year with the Gators winning 28-20 as a -6 ½ point favorite.
Behind first year starter Blake Kemp the Pirates beat Towson 28-20 at home last week.
Florida crushes New Mexico St 61-13 in their opener. They outgained the Aggies by over 400 yards.
7:30PM ET—Kentucky at South Carolina (SEC)
South Carolina -7 O/U 57
The over is 8-0 in their past eight meetings over eight years.
Kentucky blew a 23 point second half lead to UL Lafayette last week as it was 33-33 late. Kentucky scored the game winning touchdown with under a minute left to win. Patrick Towles had three touchdowns passes and threw for 257 yards. Wildcats allowed 247 rushing yards to Rajin Cajuns with nearly 5 ½ yards per carry.
The Gamecocks force a huge turnover late in their 17-13 win on a neutral field to North Carolina.
8PM ET—Oregon at Michigan St (ABC)—
Michigan St -3 ½ O/U 67
The Ducks rallied late for a 46-27 home win last year.
Oregon beats Eastern Washington last week 61-42. Vernon Adams threw for 246 yards and two touchdowns. Royce Freeman had a big game on the ground. An FCS school gains 549 yards on the Oregon defense.
Michigan St travels to Western Michigan and wins 37-24 and fails to cover as a -16 ½ point favorite. The Spartans allowed 365 passing yards to the Broncos.
9:15PM ET—LSU at Mississippi St (ESPN)
LSU -3 ½ O/U 49 ½
The Bulldogs won 34-29 on the road at LSU last year.
The Tigers opener with McNeese St is cancelled due to lightning strikes.

Mississippi St opened on the road at Southern Miss and wins 34-16. The Bulldogs allowed 311 passing yards to the Golden Eagles who hosted an SEC team in their home stadium.
10:15PM ET—Boise St at BYU (ESPN2)
Boise St -2 ½ O/U 55
The Broncos held on for a home win to Washington with first year starter Ryan Finley throwing for only 129 yards and a pick. They held Washington to 179 offensive yards.
BYU loses quarterback Taysom Hill for the year. Backup Mitch Matthews throws a 42 yard touchdown pass as time expires for the win.
UCLA -29 O/U 64
Freshman quarterback makes his first road start. Josh Rosen threw for 351 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-16 win at home to Virginia.
UNLV as a 21 ½ point road underdog at Northern Illinois last week were competitive in a 38-30 defeat. The Rebels offense produced 493 yards.
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