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Week 5 2014: Picks are graded, results are in! #saturdayselections

Week 5 picks are in.  We have some impressive performances this week from our expert pickers, even though a handful of those picks were correct on razor thin margins thanks to a few near-upsets and some great games.  Winners this week include Lee Corso (9-2), Kevin Carter (10-2), Brian Griese (5-1) and Colin Cowherd (8-1).  However, our undisputed champion of the week is none other than Phil Steele, who blew the roof off of this thing going 15-0 on the week.  Truly one of the greatest performances we have seen on this blog.  Our only real loser this week was Mack Brown (2-3), who is off to a pretty rough start in his career as a football prognosticator.

Lee Corso lost his first headgear pick of the year, going with South Carolina over Mizzou.  Our special guest celebrity picker, Kenny Chesney, went 5-4 on the week, bringing his lifetime record to 16-12 from three appearances on the show.  Tim Tebow only went 4-1  this week, and it only took him five weeks of picking games to get one wrong.  His 18-1 record has been tarnished for all time.  Jennifer is getting back on track with a 10-5 week this week, and Charley the Cat also missed the headgear pick going with South Carolina.  She currently stands one game behind Corso on the year.

As for everyone else, check out the full slate of results below to see how your favorite (or most hated) personality did this week.

Lee Corso: 9-2
RIGHT Minnesota over Michigan
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT USC over Oregon St
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
WRONG Indiana over Maryland
RIGHT Miami Fl over Duke
RIGHT FSU over NC St
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou (headgear pick)

Kirk Herbstreit: 7-5
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
WRONG Army over Yale
RIGHT FSU over NC St
WRONG Michigan over Minnesota
WRONG Arkansas over TAMU
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT USC over Oregon St
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
WRONG Indiana over Maryland
RIGHT Mizzou over S.Carolina

Desmond Howard: 9-6
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
RIGHT Miami Fl over Duke
WRONG Army over Yale
RIGHT Notre Dame over Syracuse
RIGHT FSU over NC St
RIGHT Baylor over Iowa St
WRONG Michigan over Minnesota
WRONG Arkansas over TAMU
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT USC over Oregon St
WRONG Penn St over NW
WRONG Indiana over Maryland
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou

David Pollack: 6-2
RIGHT FSU over NC St
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Mizzou over S.Carolina
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl
WRONG Army over Yale
RIGHT Notre Dame over Syracuse

Kenny Chesney: 5-4
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
WRONG Tennessee over Georgia
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
WRONG Washington over Stanford
WRONG Indiana over Maryland
RIGHT Minnesota over Michigan
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl
RIGHT FSU over NC St
RIGHT S.Carolina over Mizzou

Jennifer’s Picks: 10-5
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Baylor over Iowa St
WRONG Michigan over Minnesota
RIGHT USC over Oregon St
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
WRONG Washington over Stanford (upset special)
WRONG Indiana over Maryland
RIGHT FSU over NC St (closer than the experts think, letdown alert)
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT Wisconsin over USF
RIGHT TCU over SMU
RIGHT Texas over Kansas

Mack Brown: 2-3
WRONG Michigan over Minnesota
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl

Danny Kanell: 3-2
RIGHT Michigan over Minnesota
WRONG Arkansas over TAMU
RIGHT Mizzou over S.Carolina
RIGHT Stanford over Washinton
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl

Chris Fallica: 3-3
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl
RIGHT FSU over NC St
WRONG Washington over Stanford
RIGHT UCLA over Ariz St
RIGHT ND over Syracuse
WRONG Army over Yale

Phil Steele: 15-0
RIGHT Okla St over TTU
RIGHT UCLA over Ariz St
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
RIGHT Baylor over Iowa St
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT KState over UTEP
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT Notre Dame over Syracuse
RIGHT TCU over SMU
RIGHT Toledo over C.Mich
RIGHT USC over Oregon St
RIGHT Wisconsin over USF
RIGHT Miami Fl over Duke

Kevin Carter: 10-2
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
RIGHT Minnesota over Michigan
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl
RIGHT ND over Syracuse
RIGHT FSU over NC St
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT USC over Oregon St
RIGHT Cal over Colorado
RIGHT Texas over Kansas
RIGHT Baylor over Iowa St

Dari Nowkhah: 4-0
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Mizzou over S.Carolina
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT Miami Fl over Duke

Mel Kiper Jr.: 3-1
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT Miami Fl over Duke

Tim Tebow: 4-1
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
RIGHT Kentucky over Vanderbilt
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee

Brett McMurphy: 4-1
RIGHT Auburn over LaTech
RIGHT Louisville over Wake Forest
RIGHT TCU over SMU
WRONG UAB over FIU
RIGHT Temple over UConn

Marcus Spears: 5-0
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
RIGHT Kentucky over Vanderbilt
RIGHT Mizzou over S.Carolina
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee

Paul Finebaum: 4-1
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
RIGHT Kentucky over Vanderbilt
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou

Greg McElroy: 5-2
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
RIGHT Kentucky over Vanderbilt
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl

Ryen Russillo: 1-0
RIGHT Stanford over Washington

Heather Dinich: 0-1
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl

Colin Cowherd: 8-1
RIGHT Mich St over Wyoming
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT FSU over NC St
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT Notre Dame over Syracuse
RIGHT USC over Oregon St

Lou Holtz: 3-0
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT Notre Dame over Syracuse

Booger McFarland: 4-0
RIGHT Kentucky over Vanderbilt
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Mizzou over S.Carolina

Jason Sehorn: 4-0
RIGHT FSU over NC St
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
RIGHT Stanford over Washington

Jon Berger: 4-0
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT ND over Syracuse

Trevor Matich: 3-2
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT ND over Syracuse
WRONG Ariz st over UCLA
RIGHT FSU over NC St

Brad Edwards: 3-2
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT ND over Syracuse
WRONG Ariz st over UCLA
RIGHT FSU over NC St

Robert Smith: 4-1
RIGHT Ucla over Ariz St
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT Ohio st over Cinci
RIGHT Fsu over NC St

Brian Griese: 5-1
RIGHT Ucla over Ariz St
RIGHT Mizzou over S.Carolina
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT ND over Syracuse
RIGHT Okla st over TTU
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl

Mark May: 3-1
RIGHT Mizzou over S.Carolina
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
RIGHT UCLA over Ariz St
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl

Joey Galloway: 0-1
WRONG Ariz st over UCLA

Tim Cowlishaw: 1-0
RIGHT Okla St over TTU

Pat Forde: 22-6
RIGHT Clemson over UNC
RIGHT FSU over NC St
WRONG BC over CSU
WRONG Duke over Miami Fl
RIGHT ND over Syracuse
RIGHT Baylor over Iowa St
RIGHT Texas over Kansas
RIGHT KState over UTEP
RIGHT Nebraska over Illinois
RIGHT Maryland over Indiana
WRONG Michigan over Minnesota
RIGHT Mich St over Wyoming
RIGHT Ohio St over Cinci
RIGHT Iowa over Purdue
RIGHT Wisconsin over USF
RIGHT Nevada over SJSU
RIGHT USC over Oregon St
RIGHT Stanford over Washington
RIGHT Georgia over Tennessee
RIGHT Kentucky over Vanderbilt
WRONG S.Carolina over Mizzou
RIGHT Auburn overLaTech
RIGHT LSU over NM St
RIGHT Ole Miss over Memphis
RIGHT TAMU over Arkansas
WRONG Boise St over AF
WRONG Utah over Wash St
RIGHT UL-Monroe over Troy

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Week 5 2014: College Gameday Review #GetUp4Gameday

Well it looks like the show is over, the picks are entered into the official record, so it must be time to review our morning on College Gameday.  The show was broadcasting live from the Columbia, South Carolina for the big-ish matchup between the Missouri Tigers and the South Carolina Gamecocks.  In case you didn’t hear, Kenny Chesney will be joining the show today to pick games and perform live!  There was a wild crowd out today, as is the case in most SEC matchups when Gameday is in town.  The sign game was a little bit weak today, but let’s dive right in.  Highlights from today’s sign game included “Gary Pinkel types in comic sans”, “Maddy Mauk?  Never heard of her”, “Mizzou, Hoosier Daddy?”, “Maty Mauk wears crocks with socks” (also a possible Dr. Seuss title), “Maty Mauk thinks mayonnaise is an instrument”, and the incredibly confusing “Even a bad day in the SEC is better than a good day in Mizzou”.  However, this week’s winner comes courtesy of Reddit user yracuse_ and is presented without comment.

Week 5 sign of the day

Week 5 sign of the day

After the normal crew of Lee Corso, Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard opened the show, Corso was replaced by David Pollack for the rest of the first hour.  We normally get 1 or 2 picks from David Pollack and the other boys during this first hour, but they were going rapid-fire this morning and Pollack managed to get in 8 picks during the first hour.  Impressive stuff.  Samantha Ponder briefly joined the show to hang out with noted quarterback guru and champion of questionable outfits George Whitfield.  They talked about Kenny Hill and his mechanics and vision from the pocket.  In other words, the same as most other weeks.  This brings us to FASHION REVIEWS with @GamedayJen.  The Samantha Ponder outfit of the week is presented below.  Jennifer said she loved the leopard print shirt on Ponder, but that the pants looked like leather sweatpants.  I don’t know how to describe them any better.  This week’s “Georgie Whitfield Mismatched Outfit of the Week” was reviewed by Jennifer as well.  She said George “looks like he wants to be a hipster so bad, but he isn’t cool enough to pull it off”.  Other comments from Jennifer on his outfit include “Why?” and “Don’t do it again”.

Sam Ponder and George Whitfield, Week 5

Sam Ponder and George Whitfield, Week 5

Speaking of which, did you hear Kenny Chesney is going to join us later in the show to perform live and make picks?

Gene W. had a piece on the Yale Bowl, as it turns 100 years old this year.  Today’s matchup features Yale vs. Army, which is Yale’s first FBS opponent since the 90s.  Did you know that the Yale/Army matchup today features two schools accounting for 24 national championships?  This rivalry started in 1893 and ended in 1996, but it is back today.  Kirk, Desmond, and David all picked Army over Yale in this one.  Good segment with lots of vintage football clips featuring leather helments and gigantic hip pads.  As the show moved along, we featured today’s Chef of the Day, John Hair from Jim ‘n Nicks BBQ.  He was roasting a whole hog, and was very proud of his hog’s head.

Chef John Hair, BBQ guy

Chef John Hair, BBQ guy

Quickly following this piece was another Gene W. piece about the current dumpster fire known as the Michigan Wolverines football program.  He highlighted the fact that visiting opponents now come into the Big House and mock Desmond Howard’s famous Heisman pose after scoring.  Hard hitting questions were asked such as “IS BRADY HOKE THE RIGHT MAN FOR THIS JOB?” and “HOW HOT IS BRADY HOKE’S SEAT?”  My memory may be fuzzy, but I seem to recall Lloyd Carr being run out of town like a common pygmy after going 11-2 and 9-4, only to be followed by Rich Rodriguez who was run out of town for not being enough of a “Michigan Man”.  I also seem to recall the rejoicing in Ann Arbor following Brady Hoke’s hiring as if humanity had achieved world piece because WE FINALLY HIRED A REAL MICHIGAN MAN!!!  Oh well, I hope you enjoy whoever coaches you to a 4 win season next year.  Also, in case you missed it, this week’s “Desmond Howard Michigan Pick of the Week” featured Desmond Howard picking Michigan over Minnesota by 2 touchdowns.  I wish somebody ran a blog where we could track Desmond Howard’s all time record picking Michigan in games *cough* 12-12 all time *cough*.

I’d like to take a moment to remind you that Kenny Chesney will be joining us later in the show to perform live and join us for picks.

Perhaps the best segment of the day was the story of SEC Coach Wives.  This highlighted the contributions and lifestyles of various SEC coaches’ wives and how they interact and contribute to their respective programs.  Fun notes from this segment include stories of Steve Spurrier’s wife being one of the only people who went to their husband’s Heisman ceremony, Saban’s wife saying she was glad she married him at 19 because she never had to know what a normal life was like, and Les Miles meeting his wife when they were both assistant coaches in the athletic department at Michigan.  Dan Mullen’s wife is known as “Mama Mullen” and she likes to go to practice to motivate the players when they are down.  Mark Richt’s wife enjoys mixing the team’s Powerade before games because they need to get it just right for that day.  Nick Saban made a funny, telling us of how he asked his wife “Did you ever think in your wildest dreams we would win 3 national championships?”, to which she replied “Honey, you’re not even in my wildest dreams”.  Gus Malzahn’s wife told the story of how she watches all games from the privacy of her own room at the stadium.  After hearing her screaming at the top of her lungs, I can’t imagine why she “chose” to enjoy the games in the privacy of her own room.  She also told the story of how every Saturday night, if the team wins, she takes Gus to Waffle House for date night.  If anyone wants to get a Kickstarter campaign going to launch “Real Housewives of the SEC”, let me know, because this needs to exist.  The absolute best comment of this segment came from LSU head coach and noted wordsmith Les Miles, who said his wife is the “assistant coach, recruiting coordinator, and all around valued opinion”.  I would like to go on the record right now that I consider my wife Jennifer to be an all around valued opinion as well.

Stay tuned, because Kenny Chesney will be joining us later in the show to perform live and make picks with us!

We were also riveted to see the return of “Beatnik Poetry featuring Tom Rinaldi”.  This week’s piece was entitled “Underway”, and had such philosophical one-liners as “Steele… bronze… gold… here’s the prize [picture of the championship trophy]… now here’s the pain [insert video of teams losing]”.  He said some more stuff, and then let us know that the season is “Underway”.

Tom Rinaldi performing live

Tom Rinaldi performing live

This week’s overly casual roundtable segment (where they leave the desk to go sit in high chairs ten feet away and talk) featured the Gameday boys reviewing their preseason predictions.  They each had a mulligan and were asked how they would change their picks today.  The highlight was Corso boldly proclaiming he wouldn’t change a single thing in his predictions.  Then the guys all talked over each other for a while.

Don’t go anywhere, because coming up later in the show Kenny Chesney will be joining us to perform live and make picks!

Tom Rinaldi had another segment featuring Mack Brown’s brother Watson Brown, who is head coach at Tennessee Tech.  He is sitting at a 128-199 record, and is nearing the all-time loss record.  However, he has accomplished a few good things in his time, such as building UAB from an FCS team to the FBS level, beating LSU at UAB, and never having a single NCAA infraction in his 30 years as a coach.  I guess its like they say, if you’re not cheating in this sport then you’re not winning.  Also, Tom Rinaldi was wearing these shoes today.

Tom Rinaldi's shoes

Tom Rinaldi’s shoes

Let’s move on.  Coming up shortly, Kenny Chesney will be joining us to perform live and make picks.  Now, this week’s “Chris Fowler Hundred Dollar Question”:  What FBS team has lost a fumble on each of its opening series in its last three games?  The Gameday crew took this opportunity to kick the directional Michigan schools in the crotch, picking Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, and Western Michigan.  However, the answer was UConn, and the hundred dollar bill remains unclaimed.

At this point something happened which you probably weren’t expecting today: Kenny Chesney joined the show to perform live to promote his new album or something!

Now that the Kenny Chesney concert is over, let’s get down to the real business at hand.  It is time to make some picks.  David Pollack got it started early, picking Mizzou over South Carolina.  Kirk agreed, and went with Mizzou.  Desmond picked South Carolina.  Kenny Chesney was this week’s guest picker (I wish ESPN had hyped this up a little bit more), the only three-time-picker in the history of College Gameday guests.  He picked South Carolina over Mizzou as well.  Lee Corso poked and prodded the crowd, replaying footage from Gameday ten years ago when he boldly proclaimed Steve Spurrier would NEVER win a national championship at South Carolina!  This sent the crowd into a tizzy, but ultimately Corso said they are still good enough to win the game today, as he popped on the Gamecock’s headgear and held up a live chicken.  The live chicken marks this season’s first appearance of the “Kirk Herbstreit Subtle Fear of Live Animals” where he leans away cautiously every time a live animal is brought on set.  Around the house here, Charley the Cat picked South Carolina as well, so Coach Corso will hold his one game lead over Charley on the year regardless of who wins.  Enjoy your day and everyone have a happy football!

Week 5 Headgear Pick!

Week 5 Headgear Pick!

Charley picks South Carolina!

Charley picks South Carolina!

 

Week 5 2014: Saturday morning picks! #SaturdaySelections #GetUp4Gameday

In case you haven’t heard, it is Saturday morning, and College Gameday is COMIN’ TO YOUR CITAAAAY!  That means we will have picks out the wazoo this morning.  We will have the Gameday crew with Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, and David Pollack.  We will have a little Dari & Mel.  We will have picks from the Tim Tebow Network.  We will have Kenny Chesney and of course Lee Corso’s Headgear Pick, so check back often to see the latest picks from all of your favorite (or most hated) personalities!

Lee Corso:
Minnesota over Michigan
Ohio St over Cinci
TAMU over Arkansas
Stanford over Washington
USC over Oregon St
Ole Miss over Memphis
Georgia over Tennessee
Indiana over Maryland
Miami Fl over Duke
FSU over NC St
S.Carolina over Mizzou (headgear pick)

Kirk Herbstreit:
Ohio St over Cinci
Duke over Miami Fl
Georgia over Tennessee
Army over Yale
FSU over NC St
Michigan over Minnesota
Arkansas over TAMU
Stanford over Washington
USC over Oregon St
Ole Miss over Memphis
Indiana over Maryland
Mizzou over S.Carolina

Desmond Howard:
Georgia over Tennessee
Ole Miss over Memphis
Ohio St over Cinci
Miami Fl over Duke
Army over Yale
Notre Dame over Syracuse
FSU over NC St
Baylor over Iowa St
Michigan over Minnesota
Arkansas over TAMU
Stanford over Washington
USC over Oregon St
Penn St over NW
Indiana over Maryland
S.Carolina over Mizzou

David Pollack:
FSU over NC St
Georgia over Tennessee
TAMU over Arkansas
Mizzou over S.Carolina
Ohio St over Cinci
Duke over Miami Fl
Army over Yale
Notre Dame over Syracuse

Kenny Chesney:
Ole Miss over Memphis
Tennessee over Georgia
TAMU over Arkansas
Washington over Stanford
Indiana over Maryland
Minnesota over Michigan
Duke over Miami Fl
FSU over NC St
S.Carolina over Mizzou

Jennifer’s Picks:
Ohio St over Cinci
Duke over Miami Fl
Georgia over Tennessee
TAMU over Arkansas
Baylor over Iowa St
Michigan over Minnesota
USC over Oregon St
Ole Miss over Memphis
Washington over Stanford (upset special)
Indiana over Maryland
FSU over NC St (closer than the experts think, letdown alert)
S.Carolina over Mizzou
Wisconsin over USF
TCU over SMU
Texas over Kansas

Mack Brown:
Michigan over Minnesota
TAMU over Arkansas
S.Carolina over Mizzou
Stanford over Washington
Duke over Miami Fl

Danny Kanell:
Michigan over Minnesota
Arkansas over TAMU
Mizzou over S.Carolina
Stanford over Washinton
Duke over Miami Fl

Chris Fallica:
Duke over Miami Fl 38-31
FSU over NC St 44-17
Washington over Stanford 24-19
UCLA over Ariz St
ND over Syracuse 26-17
Army over Yale

Phil Steele:
Okla St over TTU by 14+
UCLA over Ariz St
Ohio St over Cinci 41-21
Baylor over Iowa St
TAMU over Arkansas 34-31
Ohio St over Cinci 41-21
Stanford over Washington 23-20
KState over UTEP 37-16
Georgia over Tennessee 41-17
Notre Dame over Syracuse 31-17
TCU over SMU 45-3 (best bet of the week)
Toledo over C.Mich 37-30
USC over Oregon St 30-17
Wisconsin over USF 48-10
Miami Fl over Duke 34-27

Kevin Carter:
S.Carolina over Mizzou
TAMU over Arkansas
Ohio St over Cinci
Minnesota over Michigan
Duke over Miami Fl
ND over Syracuse
FSU over NC St
Stanford over Washington
USC over Oregon St
Cal over Colorado
Texas over Kansas
Baylor over Iowa St

Dari Nowkhah:
TAMU over Arkansas
Mizzou over S.Carolina
Stanford over Washington
Miami Fl over Duke

Mel Kiper Jr.:
TAMU over Arkansas
S.Carolina over Mizzou
Stanford over Washington
Miami Fl over Duke

Tim Tebow:
Ole Miss over Memphis
Kentucky over Vanderbilt
S.Carolina over Mizzou
TAMU over Arkansas
Georgia over Tennessee

Brett McMurphy:
Auburn over LaTech
Louisville over Wake Forest
TCU over SMU
UAB over FIU
Temple over UConn

Marcus Spears:
Ole Miss over Memphis
Kentucky over Vanderbilt
Mizzou over S.Carolina
TAMU over Arkansas
Georgia over Tennessee

Paul Finebaum:
TAMU over Arkansas
Georgia over Tennessee
Ole Miss over Memphis
Kentucky over Vanderbilt
S.Carolina over Mizzou

Greg McElroy:
Ole Miss over Memphis
Kentucky over Vanderbilt
Georgia over Tennessee
TAMU over Arkansas
S.Carolina over Mizzou
Stanford over Washington
Duke over Miami Fl

Ryen Russillo:
Stanford over Washington