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Our postseason slate of college football predictions started off quite well as he went 5-2 on the early games. Unfortunately computer issues had me offline and we missed a chunk of bowl games that could have propelled the record upward, but are are back just in time for the big matchups at the end of the season. Our 3rd and final installment will be out on Friday evening and will cover the title game and 2 other bowl matchups taking place on Saturday and Sunday so stay tuned.
College Football Year-to-Date Record: 37-45
Florida State at Oregon -7.5
The Seminoles haven't lost in 2 years but it's clear they are not as talented as last season. The offense isn't running nearly as smoothly and the defense hasn't dominated like last year. That being said, I don't particularly trust Oregon's defense and think Jameis Winston and company could have some success against them. Florida State could easily lose this game and give up big points but I'm going to take the big underdog that hasn't lost in years and hope they can keep up in the trackmeet.
Ohio State at Alabama -7.5
The Buckeyes showed improvement all season long after a slow start but it's tough to trust them here. They are on their 3rd quarterback of the season and are facing one of the best defenses in the nation in Alabama. The Crimson Tide's offense is rolling right now and I just don't see Ohio State being able to do enough to stop them. Alabama wins this one by double digits with the Buckeyes simply having too many things stacked against them.
Pittsburgh -3 at Houston
The Cougars are actually playing defense this season but it appears their offense is down quite a bit. That's a concern against a Pittsburgh team that has a solid defense. The Panthers also have star running back James Connor to move the chains. Ultimately this is a tossup and I think Houston has more reasons to be motivated so go with the underdog.
Iowa at Tennessee -3
The Volunteers are much stronger than last season but I don't like them in this spot. They still have holes on both sides of the football and they are not one of the top-level SEC teams you can expect to constantly win out of conference. Iowa is a much stronger team than their win/loss record indicates and I think highly of the Hawkeyes on both offense and defense, although they do play a bit vanilla at times. Ultimately the better team is the underdog so take Iowa.
Oklahoma State at Washington -6.5
Washington has balance as they are good just about everywhere but it's tough to tell if this team is great at anything. Oklahoma State's defense is a liability and the Cowboys aren't scoring enough points to cover their tails. The Huskies should move the ball at will here and I think they can knock off Oklahoma State by double digits.