College Football Picks Week 7 NCAA Predictions Previews Odds From Mitch on Tonys Picks TV 10-7-2014

October 8, 2014

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 7.

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Thursday October 9th—
7:30PM ET—BYU at Central Florida (ESPN)—
Central Florida -3 ½ points total 47 ½ points.
BYU loses more than a game last week. Taysom Hill out for the season with a broken leg and ligament damage. So much of the offense was riding on Hill. How do the Cougars respond?
Central Florida 2-2 on the year. Went into Houston last week and notched a close win. The team has a close loss to Penn St in Ireland and was blown out at Missouri.
Friday October 10th—
9PM ET—Washington St at Stanford (ESPN)—
Stanford -17 points with a total of 55 points.
59 points and 734 yards passing wasn’t enough for Washington St last week as they lose giving up 60 points to California and a monster performance by Jared Goff of the Golden Bears.
Stanford returns home after a 17-14 loss at Notre Dame as they Cardinal gets outgained by 165 yards by the Fighting Irish.
Saturday October 11th—
12PM ET—Texas at Oklahoma (ABC)—
Oklahoma -14 ½ points with a total of 46 ½ points.
The Longhorns win last year 36-20 as a +13 ½ point underdog. Texas is having difficulty generating offense ranking 117th in the national in points scored.
Oklahoma suffered their first loss of the season losing at TCU 37-33 last week. The Sooners offense was cruising as they take they scored early in the third quarter. Then the offense could not generate a single point as TCU wins on an interception return and two points for Oklahoma returning a missed PAT.
12PM ET—Georgia at Missouri (CBS)—
Georgia -3 points with a total of 62 points. Georgia’s lone road game resulted in a 38-35 loss at South Carolina as a -6 ½ point favorite.
Missouri comes off a bye week. They rebounded off a loss to Indiana by bearing South Carolina on the road by a single point in week five.
3:30PM ET—Auburn at Mississippi St (CBS)—
Auburn -3 points with a total of 63 points.
Both teams at 5-0 on the year. Auburn crushed LSU at home last week winning 41-7 and covering as a -7 point favorite. Their lone road game resulted in a 20-14 win at Kansas St.
Mississippi St followed up a five point win at LSU with a 48-31 home victory to Texas A&M at home as the Bulldogs were of a bye week. Could the Heisman talk for Dak Prescott become a distraction?

3:30PM ET—TCU at Baylor (ABC)—
Baylor -8 points total of 67 points.
Trevone Boykin and the Horned Frog offense came up big in their home win against Oklahoma. The TCU Horned Frogs defense shut down the Sooners offense for the final 25 minutes of their game.
Baylor finally returns home after three straight road games. They win by 21 at Iowa St and Texas in back to back weeks.
3:30PM ET—Oregon at UCLA (FOX)—
Oregon -2 ½ points with a total of 69 points.
Oregon enters UCLA off a home loss to Arizona. The positive news for the Ducks is they have won five straight against the Bruins . In their last three meetings the margin of victory for Oregon has been by 18 points or greater.
UCLA stubs their toe for their first loss of the season against a good Utah team who was angry after choking away a game to Washington St the week prior. UCLA had no success on the ground last week.
3:30PM ET—Louisville at Clemson (ESPNU)—
Clemson -9 ½ points with an over under line of 50 ½ points.
The Cardinals are 5-1 on the season and have a 23-21 road loss at Virginia on the year. Other than the week one victory at home to Miami the wins have come against some really soft competition.
Clemson is 3-2 but those two losses came on the road to Virginia and Florida St. Back to back blowout victories at home to North Carolina and NC State where they put up a combined 91 points on the scoreboard.
6PM ET—Alabama at Arkansas (ESPN)—
Alabama -10 ½ points with a total of 54 ½ points.
Alabama is on back to back road games. Last week they lose their first game of the season dropping a 23-17 road decision at Ole Miss. It was their first true road game of the season. Only three second half points for the Crimson Tide last week.
Arkansas is coming off a bye week. The team looked like they would upset Texas A&M two weeks ago but their offense is empty down the stretch as the Aggies score the final 21 points in an overtime win.
6PM ET—Washington at California (PAC 12)—
California -3 ½ points with a total of 71 ½ points.
It’s a shame that one of the most exciting PAC 12 teams is relegated to the PAC 12 Network again. California is one of the surprise teams in the nation. Only a Hail Mary completion by Arizona tagged the Golden Bears with their only loss of the season.
Washington will be will be coming off a bye week as the offense gets shut down by the Stanford defense in a 20-13 defeat two weeks ago. The Huskies are also 4-1 this season.
7PM ET—Penn St at Michigan (ESPN2)—
Michigan -1 points with a total of 41 points.
Penn St is off a bye week after a bad home loss to Northwestern as the offense struggles in a 29-6 home defeat. Just 50 rushing yards on 25 carries for the Nittany Lions.
The season is spiraling downward for Michigan. Three straight losses and a 1-4 record after a two point loss at Rutgers last week. The Wolverines did manage to cover as a +3 point underdog at the close.
7:30PM ET—LSU at Florida (SEC)—
LSU -1 ½ points with a total of 47 ½ points.
Back to back road games in SEC for the Tigers. They look to rebound after a 41-7 loss at Auburn last week. Last two meetings between these teams saw a combined 23 points or fewer scored.
Florida pulls out a win at Tennessee 10-9 last week with 10 unanswered points on the Tennessee defense after starting quarterback Jeff Driskel was sent to the bench. Now backup Treon Harris had legal problems. Offense still stinks for the Gators.
9PM ET—Mississippi at Texas A&M (ESPN)—
Texas A&M -2 points with a total of 63 points.
Ole Miss tries to avoid a letdown after a home win to Alabama last week. The Rebels are 1-0 in true road games with a 41-3 victory at Vanderbilt in week two. Last two meetings with Texas A&M were decided by a field goal.
The Aggies suffered their first loss of the season as they go on the road and drop a 48-31 game at Mississippi St. Kenny Hill had a rough game with three picks and a 28-10 deficit on the road in the SEC is very hard to come back from.
10:30PM ET—USC at Arizona (ESPN2)—
USC -3 points with a total of 68 points.
Wildcats freshman quarterback Anu Solomon made his road debut in the PAC 12 a winning one as Arizona upsets Oregon. It was a great defensive performance by Arizona limiting the Ducks to just 3 ½ yards per carry on the ground.
Another loss for USC last week moves the team to 3-2. It was yet another defensive collapse as the Trojans give up 20 fourth quarter points to a Sun Devils team playing a backup quarterback. ASU wins as time expired on a 46 yard Hail Mary.
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