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No. 2 Alabama @ No. 17 Mississippi State
Time/TV: 3:30 PM EST, Nov. 14 CBS
Outlook: The first game under the microscope this coming weekend lands in the SEC west division between the surging Alabama Crimson Tide facing off against Dak Prescott and the Mississippi State Bulldogs. With a win here, Alabama can take a really big step toward the SEC west title as this will be the toughest game left on their slate of opponents. The Bulldogs on the other hand can shake up the playoff race and maybe can even get into the race with a big win. In order for the Bulldogs to come out victorious, they will need to slow down heisman front runner Derrick Henry for he has been on fire as of late. The Bulldogs will also need to find a way to score on this stifling Alabama defense that not many teams can figure out. The Crimson Tide will win if they play their smashmouth football behind Derrick Henry and keep Dak Prescott off the field as well as shut down their offensive attack. The Crimson Tide will come out on top of this one behind another strong performance in all aspects of the game.
Alabama 30 Mississippi State 17
No. 21 Memphis @ No. 24 Houston
Time/TV: 7:00 PM EST, Nov. 14 ESPN 2
Outlook: Another solid matchup for this coming weekend is a showdown between Memphis and Houston. Memphis is coming off of a terrible performance while Houston is looking to continue their unbeaten season. Houston is led by quarterback Greg Ward Jr. and a defense only allowing around 19 points per game. The Tigers have a very explosive offense but their defense is a source of weakness. This game will come down to the Tigers being able to stop the Houston defense without putting too much pressure on their offense to be perfect. The Cougars have the better defense and will score with ease on the memphis swiss cheese defense therefore I give the Cougars the edge.
Houston 45 Memphis 35
Oregon @ No. 7 Stanford
Time/TV: 7:30 PM EST, Nov. 14 FOX
Outlook: Oregon and Stanford are two very good programs and face off this coming weekend. The ducks have been having a down year but have been showing signs of resurgence behind an explosive offense led by Vernon Adams Jr. However, they will be taking on a strong defense in Stanford. The Ducks will also need to tangle with running back Christian McCaffery who's been having a great season as well as Quarterback Kevin Hogan who's been playing solid. The Cardinal will control the line of scrimmage behind a strong running game and will limit the Oregon offense on the way to a home victory.
Stanford 38 Oregon 26
No. 12 Oklahoma @ No. 6 Baylor
Time/TV: 8:00 PM EST, Nov. 14 ABC
Outlook: Here we go! This is one of muitple moments of truth for the big 12 conference coming up these next couple of weeks and it starts with a battle between Oklahoma and Baylor. This figures to stir the pot of the college football playoff as the big 12 looks to prove they are worthy of being in the top 4. The Bears have the homefield advantage and have top wideout Corey Coleman on their side. The Sooners have star quarterback Baker Mayfield and a good defense on their side. The Sooners also have a strong running game that can serve as an "X" factor in time of possesion and inflicting a balanced offensive attack that Baylor won't be able to stop. The Bears will need to set the tone early behind an explosive offense. However, the big questions is how will Baylor's defense fare against their toughest offense yet? How will Baylor's offense fare against the best defense they're going to face this season right now? I give Oklahoma the edge in this game as they will make a statement and put themselves into the heart of the playoff race.
Oklahoma 37 Baylor 29
Last Week: 3-1
Season Record: 25-15