Week 8 2014: Results are in, picks are graded! #cfb #saturdayselections

We had a fun day of college football yesterday with lots of picks and predictions, some great performances, and some painful performances from our panel of experts.

Winners this week include Greg McElroy (5-2), Phil Steele (12-3), Colin Cowherd (8-4), and Booger McFarland (5-1).  Our co-weekly champions are Lee Corso (10-1) and Robert Smith (6-0), who both put up strong performances including the KState/OU upset.

Losers this week include Kirk Herbstreit (4-5) and Jason Sehorn (2-4), but our undisputed loser of the week would be Dr. Lou Holtz, who put up an impressive 1-4 (but at least he got that KState upset).

Our celebrity guest picker, Ken Griffey Jr., put up a solid 6-3 record this week.  Lee Corso nailed the headgear pick again picking the Seminoles to take down the Irish.  Jennifer continues to hang around, going 6-4 on the week, and Charley the cat continues to fall behind Coach Corso with her pick of Notre Dame over FSU.  Corso is 7-1 on the Saturday headgear picks, while harley falls to 5-3 on the year.  A lot of football left to be played.  Tim Tebow continues to show his human flaws, posting a 3-2 week.  The one game in particular that killed everyone was Florida/Mizzou, with Pat Forde (30-6) being the only one who picked Mizzou.  Our worst pick of the week is shared by Jason Sehorn and Kevin Carter, who both picked Texas A&M to upset Alabama.  Close, but no cigar.

Everyone else was hanging around somewhere in the middle, so check out the full slate of results below to find out how your favorite (or most hated) personality did this week.

Lee Corso: 10-1
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT WVU over Baylor
RIGHT Ariz St over Stanford
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT KState over OU
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
RIGHT Nebraska over NW
RIGHT FSU over ND (headgear pick)

Kirk Herbstreit: 4-5
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
WRONG Kentucky over LSU
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT WVU over Baylor
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT Nebraska over NW

Desmond Howard: 9-4
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
RIGHT Nebraska over NW
RIGHT Mich St over Indiana
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
WRONG Baylor over WVU
RIGHT Oregon over Washington
RIGHT Ariz St over Stanford
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT FSU over ND

Ken Griffey Jr.: 6-3
WRONG Baylor over WVU
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT Nebraska over NW
RIGHT FSU over ND

Jennifer’s Picks: 6-4
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
WRONG Baylor over WVU (high scoring)
RIGHT KState over OU (upset special)
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU (closer than the experts think)
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
RIGHT Ariz St over Stanford
RIGHT Nebraska over NW
WRONG ND over FSU (upset special)

David Pollack: 4-4
WRONG ND over FSU
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
RIGHT Nebraska over NW

Tim Tebow: 3-2
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee

Marcus Spears: 3-2
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee

Paul Finebaum: 4-2
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee
RIGHT FSU over ND

Greg McElroy: 5-2
RIGHT S.Carolina over Furman
RIGHT Fsu over ND
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT TCU over Okla St

Mack Brown: 3-3
WRONG ND over FSU
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Ariz St over Stanford
WRONG Kentucky over LSU
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU

Danny Kanell: 3-3
RIGHT FSU over ND
WRONG Okla St over TCU
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU

Dari Nowkhah: 3-1
RIGHT FSU over ND
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia

Mel Kiper Jr.: 3-1
RIGHT FSU over ND
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia

Chris Fallica: 3-2
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
WRONG Cal over UCLA
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas

Phil Steele: 12-3
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St
RIGHT Marshall over FIU
RIGHT FSU over ND
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
WRONG OU over KState
WRONG Baylor over WVU
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Ohio St over Rutgers
RIGHT Clemson over BC
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
RIGHT FAU over WKU (upset special)
RIGHT Maryland over Iowa
RIGHT UCF over Tulane

Kevin Carter: 9-5
RIGHT FSU over ND
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
WRONG Iowa over Maryland
RIGHT Ohio St over Rutgers
RIGHT Nebraska over NW
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee
WRONG TAMU over Alabama
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas
RIGHT Oregon over Washington
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St
RIGHT UCLA over Cal
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
WRONG Baylor over WVU

Brett McMurphy: 1-1
WRONG UNT over S.Miss
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU

Colin Cowherd: 8-4
WRONG Baylor over WVU
RIGHT OU over KState
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
WRONG Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT Mich St over Indiana
RIGHT Ohio St over Rutgers
RIGHT USC over Colorado
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee
RIGHT FSU over ND
RIGHT Oregon over Washington
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St

Lou Holtz: 1-4
RIGHT KState over OU
WRONG Okla St over TCU
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St
WRONG ND over FSU

Mark May: 3-2
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
RIGHT Ariz St over Stanford
RIGHT FSU over ND

Tim Cowlishaw: 2-1
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
WRONG Baylor over WVU
RIGHT Fsu over ND

Booger McFarland: 5-1
RIGHT FSU over Notre Dame
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
WRONG Florida over Mizzou
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee

Skip Bayless: 1-0
RIGHT FSU over ND

Stephen A. Smith: 1-0
RIGHT FSU over ND

Scott Van Pelt: 1-0
RIGHT FSU over ND

Ryen Russillo: 2-0
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas
RIGHT FSU over ND

Brian Griese: 0-1
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia

Robert Smith: 6-0
RIGHT FSU over ND
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee
RIGHT KState over OU
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT TCU over Okla St

Trevor Matich: 2-2
RIGHT ND over FSU
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia

Todd McShay: 3-1
RIGHT FSU over ND
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas

Jason Sehorn: 2-4
WRONG OU over KState:
RIGHT FSU over ND
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
WRONG TAMU over Alabama
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St

Jon Berger: 3-3
RIGHT FSU over ND
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
WRONG Arkansas over Georgia
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St

Pat Forde: 30-6
RIGHT Houston over Temple
RIGHT Boise St over Fresno St
RIGHT Duke over UVA
WRONG GaTech over UNC
RIGHT Clemson over BC
WRONG Baylor over WVU
WRONG OU over KState
RIGHT Mich St over Indiana
RIGHT Nebraska over NW
RIGHT Ohio St over Rutgers
RIGHT Oregon over Washington
RIGHT USC over Colorado
RIGHT Mizzou over Florida
RIGHT Alabama over TAMU
RIGHT FSU over ND
WRONG Stanford over Ariz St
RIGHT Georgia over Arkansas
RIGHT LSU over Kentucky
RIGHT Ole Miss over Tennessee
RIGHT Cinci over SMU
RIGHT TCU over Okla St
WRONG BYU over Nevada
RIGHT CSU over Utah St
RIGHT Louisville over NC St
RIGHT Marshall over FIU
WRONG Iowa over Maryland (upset special)

Charley The Cat:
WRONG ND over FSU

The following people previously predicted FSU to go undefeated, so they take FSU over ND by default.

Mike Bellotti: 1-0
RIGHT FSU over ND

Week 8 2014: College Gameday review #cfb #saturdayselections #getup4gameday

It is good to be back for another Saturday edition of College Gameday Review.  This week’s edition comes to you live from Tallahassee, Florida for the big matchup between Florida State and Notre Dame.  ESPN is trying hard to hype this up to the level of the 1993 “Game of the Century”, in which Lee Corso made his first ever proto-headgear-pick going with an FSU baseball cap to choose the Seminoles over the Fighting Irish.  A lot of good quick clips from that week for the Gameday crew to reminisce about, such as Fowler’s jet black hair, Corso’s salt and pepper hair, Craig James’ presence before Herbie came in, and lots of football players wearing sweatpants.

Back to 2014.  The show got off to a quick start with this week’s “JAMEIS WINSTON SCANDAL OF THE WEEK”.  Mark Schlabach was interviewed remotely about the situation, for which he and Darren Rovell have been on the front lines regarding the situation.  In case you haven’t heard, Jameis Winston is being accused of signing thousands of autographs for money.  I for one am SHOCKED and cannot believe such a thing would go on in this sport.  There wasn’t quite as much coverage of this scandal as I would have expected (judging by weeks past when entire shows were stopped down to talk Winston).  My notes regarding this scandal include the following:

-Mark Schlabach was sporting a fresh haircut.  This year, it seems that he is trying to move into hard hitting journalism, and he needs a haircut to match.  No more shaggy Schlabach broadcasting his upset special of the week from his kitchen table each week.  What a shame.
-Did Jameis sign all of that stuff for money?  Probably.  But I don’t think we will ever find a money trail or any proof.  People comparing this to the Todd Gurley scandal need to realize that the Todd Gurley scandal allegedly has video proof of Gurley taking money for autographs.  Winston’s scandal is nothing more than Darren Rovell pouring gasoline on a huge pile of speculation at this point.
-Every time I see Jimbo Fischer getting all worked up defending Jameis Winston, I get the feeling that there is someone off camera with a gun pointed at his head.  I don’t think he believes himself when he is defending Winston, but he is going to go down with the ship at this point.  I also happen to agree with him that there is no proof, not much evidence, no crime committed, and that people should perhaps wait until another self-serving investigation is completed before calling for suspensions.

Enough Jameis Winston talk.  Let’s move on to something more fun.  Like this week’s “SAMANTHAT PONDER OUTFIT OF THE WEEK” review with @GamedayJen.  This week she was sporting something which Jennifer described as “classic, simple, and looks good”.  Sam Ponder, if you are reading this, tweet at @GamedayJen to discuss fashion with your #1 fan in the world.

Sam Ponder: Week 8

Sam Ponder: Week 8

She also interviewed Jimbo Fisher about some stuff.  This random guy also showed up behind Jimbo Fisher.  No idea who he is or what he is doing, but pretty weird.

This guy...

This guy…

George Whitfield, noted QB guru and questionable wearer of fashion, was back this week.  That means it is time for the “GEORGE WHITFIELD QUESTIONABLE OUTFIT OF THE WEEK” with Jennifer as well.  This week we have determined that George Whitfield wears tiny suits.  His suits look too small for him in the shoulders and back.  He was also sporting a nice yellow rose on his lapel, a tweed tie, and another plaid shirt.  Hard to see in this photo, but just go with it.  Jennifer described it as “A plaid shirt with a tweed tie?  Just No”.  Whitfield made so more generic observations of the two QBs from this game.  I believe it went “something something something Jameis Winston, but something something something Everett Golsen too”.

George Whitfield: QB Guru, not fashion guru

George Whitfield: QB Guru, not fashion guru

During one segment early on, Kirk Herbstreit stood up for about five or six minutes straight while behind the Gameday desk.  This was really weird and I want to know what was going on because it seemed so out of place.  Since we have no evidence, we will wildly speculate that he was about to tinkle his pants.  After a few minutes, Fowler called him out on it and he sat back down.

Kirk Herbstreit: Too good to sit

Kirk Herbstreit: Too good to sit

During the first hour, Pollack replaced Corso as usual, and the picks came rapid fire again.  The pace they were going at made me think it was because our guest pickers would be the tandem of Brett Favre and Ken Griffey Jr., so maybe they were going to be pressed for time in the final pick segment.

Later on in the show, DJ Babi Mac made another appearance which pleased Chris Fowler.  Is she somebody’s niece on this show or something?  No doubt, I am completely out of touch with today’s youth, but I have no idea who the hell Babi Mac is or why she is being pushed so hard on Gameday this year.

Gene W. had a piece on Notre Dame center Matt Hegarty, who was part of the 2012 team which lost the national championship game.  Matt missed the championship game, along with much of the season, when he had a stroke during a team walkthrough in November 2012.  Doctors were able to repair two holes in his heart, and he has returned this year as the starting center.  His hope is that he didn’t miss his only chance at a national championship.  Inspiring stuff about a good kid, who apparently now volunteers working with stroke patients in nursing homes.

Tom Rinaldi had a piece of his own about Art Briles, Gus Malzahn, and Hugh Freeze.  All three coaches rose from the ranks of high school coaches to lead powerful programs in college, which I guess is a rarity these days.  All I can think about when I see an Art Briles interview is that he just finished changing the oil on a ’57 Chevy out in a barn somewhere, wiped his brow off with an oily rag, took a sip from a glass Coke bottle, and came in to do the interview.  He is so down-home.

Signs this week were everywhere, and the sign game was strong.  A lot of funny signs made appearances, and a lot of raunchy signs made brief appearances.  Notable signs include a Jameis Hancock signature, “Jeff Driskel paid me for his autograph”, the return of the Kim Jong Un sign where he is wearing FSU face paint, “Lou Holtz Splash Zone” and many more.  However, we present to you a bunch of funny ones which we will not comment on because we are taking the high moral ground.

ESPN-SEC: True lovers

ESPN-SEC: True lovers

Excellent

Excellent

Oh really?

Oh really?

Alright then

Alright then

The crab leg did it!

The crab leg did it!

No comment

No comment

So now comes the time we’ve all been waiting for.  Brett Favre apparently bailed on Gameday today (or had a mechanical issue with his flight), so today we only had Ken Griffey Jr.  This week, instead of “NOT SO FAST”, Lee Corso issued strikes, balls, and foul-tips for Griffey’s picks depending on how much Corso agreed.  David Pollack went with Notre Dame for the big matchup.  Desmond picked FSU, along with Ken Griffey Jr.  Corso flashed back to the ’93 FSU proto-headgear-pick and donned a black wig and FSU cap to make his selection.

Courtesy College Gameday twitter

Courtesy College Gameday twitter

Charley the Cat went with Notre Dame with HIGH confidence on this pick today.  Or maybe she was just hungry?  Jennifer took ND too, so our house is united.

Charley picks Notre Dame over FSU!

Charley picks Notre Dame over FSU!

I’d like to take this opportunity to attempt an extra point in this review.  A recent disturbing trend has emerged with College Gameday selecting random guest pickers with no real affiliation to the schools competing at Gameday.  Oh really, Katy Perry’s manager went to Ole Miss?  I work with a guy who went to Ole Miss,so I guess I am now an official Ole Miss representative too.  Kenny Chesney is from Tennessee?  Makes sense that he previously appeared to represent Tennessee or Vanderbilt, but let’s feature him at South Carolina/Mizzou for being an SEC fan?  Were we really in Mississippi for the last two weeks without Brett Favre making an appearance, but decided this FSU/Notre Dame matchup seemed more appropriate?  He didn’t make it anyways, but the Ken Griffey Jr. connection to FSU is that he lives in Orlando?  I guess I don’t get it.  Gameday guest pickers have traditionally been from the home team (although occasionally a visitor) to get the crowd totally fired up by having their representative pick.  I’m not saying it has to be the rule all of the time, but let’s just keep trying to make some real connection to the schools in question.

Also, how much longer will we have to wait for Burt Reynolds to make a Gameday appearance for FSU?

Week 8 2014: Saturday morning picks! #saturdayselections #cfb

Good morning football world.  Saturday Selections are starting to roll in, and we will be updating all morning as Gameday continues.  Check back often for the latest picks, including Phil Steele’s latest from the Edge, the Tim Tebow Network, and of course Lee Corso’s headgear pick!

Lee Corso:
Alabama over TAMU
WVU over Baylor
Ariz St over Stanford
Ole Miss over Tennessee
Florida over Mizzou
KState over OU
TCU over Okla St
Georgia over Arkansas
LSU over Kentucky
Nebraska over NW
FSU over ND (headgear pick)

Kirk Herbstreit:
Arkansas over Georgia
Kentucky over LSU
TCU over Okla St
Alabama over TAMU
WVU over Baylor
Stanford over Ariz St
Florida over Mizzou
OU over KState
Nebraska over NW

Desmond Howard:
Arkansas over Georgia
LSU over Kentucky
Nebraska over NW
Mich St over Indiana
Alabama over TAMU
Baylor over WVU
Oregon over Washington
Ariz St over Stanford
Ole Miss over Tennessee
Florida over Mizzou
OU over KState
TCU over Okla St
FSU over ND

Ken Griffey Jr.:
Baylor over WVU
OU over KState
TCU over Okla St
Alabama over TAMU
Georgia over Arkansas
LSU over Kentucky
Florida over Mizzou
Nebraska over NW
FSU over ND

Jennifer’s Picks:
Florida over Mizzou
Baylor over WVU (high scoring)
KState over OU (upset special)
TCU over Okla St
Alabama over TAMU (closer than the experts think)
Arkansas over Georgia
LSU over Kentucky
Ariz St over Stanford
Nebraska over NW
ND over FSU (upset special)

David Pollack:
ND over FSU 30-27
OU over KState 27-24
TCU over Okla St 45-20
Stanford over Ariz St 27-17
Alabama over TAMU 23-20
Arkansas over Georgia
LSU over Kentucky
Nebraska over NW

Tim Tebow:
Florida over Mizzou
LSU over Kentucky
Arkansas over Georgia
Alabama over TAMU
Ole Miss over Tennessee

Marcus Spears:
Florida over Mizzou
LSU over Kentucky
Arkansas over Georgia
Alabama over TAMU
Ole Miss over Tennessee

Paul Finebaum:
Florida over Mizzou
LSU over Kentucky
Arkansas over Georgia
Alabama over TAMU
Ole Miss over Tennessee
FSU over ND

Greg McElroy:
S.Carolina over furman
Fsu over ND
LSU over Kentucky
Florida over Mizzou
Alabama over TAMU
Arkansas over Georgia
TCU over Okla St

Mack Brown:
ND over FSU
TCU over Okla St
Ariz St over Stanford
Kentucky over LSU
Florida over Mizzou
Alabama over TAMU

Danny Kanell:
FSU over ND
Okla St over TCU
Stanford over Ariz St
LSU over Kentucky
Florida over Mizzou
Alabama over TAMU

Dari Nowkhah:
FSU over ND
TCU over Okla St
Alabama over TAMU
Arkansas over Georgia

Mel Kiper Jr.:
FSU over ND
TCU over Okla St
Alabama over TAMU
Arkansas over Georgia

Chris Fallica:
Alabama over TAMU 38-35
TCU over Okla St 44-20
Cal over UCLA 38-31
OU over KState 28-24
Georgia over Arkansas

Phil Steele:
Stanford over Ariz St 30-23
Marshall over FIU 41-16
FSU over ND 33-30 (best bet of the week)
Alabama over TAMU 37-17
OU over KState 37-24
Baylor over WVU 46-35
Georgia over Arkansas 32-28
TCU over Okla St 43-26
Ohio St over Rutgers 45-17
Clemson over BC 31-17
Ole Miss over Tennessee 29-12
LSU over Kentucky 34-20
FAU over WKU 38-37 (upset special)
Maryland over Iowa 28-20
UCF over Tulane 31-10

Kevin Carter:
FSU over ND
OU over KState
TCU over Okla St
Iowa over Maryland
Ohio St over Rutgers
Nebraska over NW
Ole Miss over Tennessee
TAMU over Alabama
Georgia over Arkansas
Oregon over Washington
Stanford over Ariz St
UCLA over Cal
LSU over Kentucky
Baylor over WVU

Brett McMurphy:
UNT over S.Miss
Alabama over TAMU

Week 8 2014: Weekday picks! #saturdayselections #cfb

Thursday night has arrived which means Thursday night picks are here.  There will be updates coming at you all day Friday on into the evening, and of course we will be back to regularly scheduled programming Saturday morning.  Until then, enjoy these picks, and check back tomorrow for all of your weekday favorites like Colin Cowherd, some more Phil Steele, a little Greg McElroy and Booger McFarland, as well as many more (generic).

Updated 10/18

Colin Cowherd:
Baylor over WVU 40-31
OU over KState 33-27
Arkansas over Georgia 28-27
TCU over Okla St 34-24
Alabama over TAMU 28-20
Mich St over Indiana 42-30
Ohio St over Rutgers 38-20
USC over Colorado 46-26
Ole Miss over Tennessee 24-13
FSU over ND 39-26
Oregon over Washington 40-26
Stanford over Ariz St 27-20

Phil Steele:
Stanford over Ariz St 30-23
Marshall over FIU 41-16
FSU over ND 33-30 (best bet of the week)
Alabama over TAMU 37-17
OU over KState 37-24
Baylor over WVU 46-35
Georgia over Arkansas 32-28
TCU over Okla St 43-26
Ohio St over Rutgers 45-17
Clemson over BC 31-17
Ole Miss over Tennessee 29-12
LSU over Kentucky 34-20
FAU over WKU 38-37 (upset special)

David Pollack:
ND over FSU 30-27

Lou Holtz:
KState over OU
Okla St over TCU
Arkansas over Georgia
Stanford over Ariz St
ND over FSU

Mark May:
OU over KState
TCU over Okla St
Arkansas over Georgia
Ariz St over Stanford
FSU over ND

Tim Cowlishaw:
TCU over Okla St
Baylor over WVU
Fsu over ND

Booger McFarland:
FSU over Notre Dame
Alabama over TAMU
Georgia over Arkansas
LSU over Kentucky
Florida over Mizzou
Ole Miss over Tennessee

Greg McElroy:
S.Carolina over furman
Fsu over ND
LSU over Kentucky
Florida over Mizzou
Alabama over TAMU
Arkansas over Georgia

Skip Bayless:
FSU over ND 35-21

Stephen A. Smith
FSU over ND 35-23

Scott Van Pelt:
FSU over ND

Ryen Russillo:
Georgia over Arkansas
FSU over ND

Brian Griese:
Arkansas over Georgia

Robert Smith:
FSU over ND
Georgia over Arkansas
Ole Miss over Tennessee
KState over OU
Alabama over TAMU
TCU over Okla St

Chris Fallica:
Alabama over TAMU 38-35
TCU over Okla St 44-20
Cal over UCLA 38-31
OU over KState 28-24

Paul Finebaum:
FSU over ND

Trevor Matich:
ND over FSU
OU over KState
Alabama over TAMU
Arkansas over Georgia

Todd McShay:
FSU over ND
OU over KState
Alabama over TAMU
Georgia over Arkansas

Jason Sehorn:
OU over KState:
ND over FSU (on The Edge)
FSU over ND (on First Take)
FSU over ND (ESPNU halftime coverage)
TCU over Okla St
TAMU over Alabama
Arkansas over Georgia
Stanford over Ariz St

Jon Berger:
FSU over ND
OU over KState
TCU over Okla St
Alabama over TAMU
Arkansas over Georgia
Stanford over Ariz St

Pat Forde:
Houston over Temple
Boise St over Fresno St
Duke over UVA
GaTech over UNC
Clemson over BCBaylor over WVU
OU over KState
Mich St over Indiana
Nebraska over NW
Ohio St over Rutgers
Oregon over Washington
USC over Colorado
Mizzou over Florida
Alabama over TAMU
FSU over ND
Stanford over Ariz St
Georgia over Arkansas
LSU over Kentucky
Ole Miss over Tennessee
Cinci over SMU
TCU over Okla St
BYU over Nevada
CSU over Utah St
Louisville over NC St
Marshall over FIU

The following people previously predicted FSU to go undefeated, so they take FSU over ND by default.

Mike Bellotti:
FSU over ND

Danny Kanell:
FSU over ND

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