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Our week 8 college football predictions went just 5-5 but it's time to enter midseason form and we believe that week 9 will be the breakthrough we've been waiting on. There are a number of intruiging matchups in week 9 of the college football season and we'll make our predictions on the most important games on the schedule.
College Football Year-to-Date Record: 24-27
Vanderbilt at Texas A&M -17
The Commodores lost their starting quarterback but should be able to stay competitive in this game since Texas A&M doesn't play any defense. Aggies by only 7.
Clemson -16.5 at Maryland
This is a trap line if I've ever seen one and just about everyone will be putting their money on Clemson to rebound. I don't see that happening and will go with Maryland to play a tight game at home.
Tennessee at Alabama -28
The Volunteers have been playing much better in recent weeks but I'm not convinced they can move the ball against this team. Go with Alabama to win big by forcing key turnovers.
N.C. State at Florida State -32
The Seminles are a terrific team on both sides of the ball but this point spread is too large. It's an overreaction to last week's big win against Clemson and I'll take N.C. State to only lose by about 20 or so.
Texas Tech at Oklahoma -6.5
The Red Raiders have been very impressive and I can see them moving the ball on Oklahoma. The Sooners have a nice offense of their own but have struggled in recent weeks. Go with Texas Tech on the road.
UCLA at Oregon -23.5
This has all the makings of a high-scoring shootout. UCLA failed against Stanford last week but their offense should be back and scoring touchdowns on the regular here as they potentially upset the Ducks.
South Carolina at Missouri -3
Missouri's defense has been terrific, but can their offense move the ball against South Carolina after losing quarterback James Franklin? I say no, and this game is decided by a field goal no matter who wins.
Penn State at Ohio State -16
The Nittany Lions are much improved recently but do they have the defense to stop the Buckeyes? I say they do just enough to keep it close by using a running back to perfection in the loss.
Stanford -4.5 at Oregon State
The Cardinal have one of the most disciplined defenses in college football and I don't think they'll get surprised against Oregon State like many teams are. Go with Stanford to win big.