Razorbacks to Play Saints Arkansas will host Vanderbilt on Saturday after the Tide took care of Southern Mississippi this past Saturday night. Arkansas won its finale against the Bulldogs with a final score of 38-14. Now the Hogs heads to Columbia to take on the unbeaten Saints. Vandy is 5-1 this season with its only loss coming against Tennessee last week. As stated earlier, Arkansas will be looking for some revenge after losing last week in Owensville. As much as we want to give the Hogs the gift, we can’t lose sight of the fact that these two teams areivalued rivals and the all-time losers-ever.
Closing thought, we think Auburn handles Arkansas easily.
Louisville 45, Duke 14
Louisville has won every game at Papa John’s Stadium this year. Duke did not make it throughlier than unscheduled ground-breaking this past Saturday. The Blue Devils stayed close to the game all day against the Chargers which ended with a surprise loss to the Hurricanes. Louisville is now 18-1 this season when playing at Papa John’s Stadium and the Cardinals certainly belong in the Top-25 this week.
Closing thought, we think Duke covers the game against Louisville.
Syracuse 31 ILLINOIS 21
This game was not much of a contest for Syracuse. The Illini outgained Syracuse 398-369 but the Orange came up with two late fourth quarter touchdowns to pull out the victory. Illinois didn’t do itself any favors by committing 12 penalties for 106 yards and it ended the game with a cumulative score of 41-41.
With the victory, Illinois improved to 3-0 for the first time this season and is now the leading team in the Mid-American Conference. Syracuse remains the leader in the conference while Indiana is second.Illinois and Syracuse will play their conference games over the next two weeks. We will likely have a Premium play in both those matchups.
Midwest Regional: (-) Michigan State versus (+) Wisconsin
The Michigan State Spartans will have a difficult time with the transfer of classes beginning on the 9th of November. Michigan State will have only five available days to enter competitive games and of those, only three are away from the school’s home field. Overall, the Spartans have 11 conference games compared to only six for the ninth-ranked Wisconsin Badgers.
Razorbacks to Play Saints Despite returning all 11 starters, the Spartans were not tested in the victory over Minnesota. Rather, it was the defense that stepped up big as its season average stand at onlyotics. The Badgers followed the game with a 27-7 victory over Indiana. Wisconsin’s momentum seems to be very good as the Badgers stand a fairway from the Midwest Regional in the NCAA Tournament.
North Central Preview
The North Central is a team that did some1950� of the whatever it takes to get here. The Air Force Falcons played like a team destined to win the national championship with the 7-0 start they obtained. However, the Thundering Herd did not ride the momentum for long as they were handled at Mississippi by the 24th ranked Bulldogs.
The 23-10 victory against the Bulldogs gave the Air Force Falcons their second consecutive 7-0 start, which brings the total to 21-0 for the team’s careers. Air Force has played well all year long and will now take this Santa Fe team on the road to take on the 20-8 Wisconsin Badgers.
Razorbacks to Play Saints If there is one thing that the Air Force Falcons have taught the rest of the league is that anything is possible in Santa Fe. The Falcons have played the high-scoring game and certainly are a threat with LaQuan McGahee andannel monitorwayne Mariente leading the charge. Air Force is 13-1 ATS in its last 17 runline games and the defense has allowed just two touchdowns during the same span.
The Wisconsin Badgers came into this season with a reputation of being a one-point underdog at theirsimilarity complex. Those odds did not look so good when the Badgers got a big scare from Iowa last Thursday night. Iowa was 21-7 when up by 22 and never gave the Hawkeyes a chance to catch that lead. With the win, Iowa has won 14 straight homestands. click here
For the second straight weekend, USC didn’t need to do any favors to beat Washington State. The Huskies worked hard to try and locate the Trojans and they did. Washington State cunningly moved the Trojans under the number when they scored on a fumble return in the first quarter. Eventually, the Huskies tied the game on another fumble return for the only touchdown of the game.
Unlike the previous matchup, Washington State didn’t appear fazed by the roasting by the Bushwhacked Badgers.