Football Picks Are On Fire!

Kicked off the NFL season with 4 wins, 1 loss, and a push. The colleges I won my 2 best bets, but lost my other 3 selections, leaving me 5-4 this year on NCAA choices. I am posting the picks tonight, as I like one Thursday college game. Also, if you didn’t get chance to catch the first NFL on Fox comedy sketch, here is the link. It has gotten a lot of good press, especially because of the suprise guest who joined Frank.

Colleges

Maryland (+16) West Virginia

Louisiana Tech (+33.5) California

Cincinnati (-9) Miami (OH)

Kentucky (+6.5) Louisville

Ohio St (-3.5) Washington

All these college games are 3 star. Kentucky would be my best bet of the week, as I suspect they will win outright.

NFL

Dallas (-3.5) Miami

Jacksonville (-10) Atlanta

San Diego (+4) New England

Buffalo (+9.5) Pittsburgh

(4 star) St. Louis (-3) San Francisco

All the NFL selections are 3 stars, except my first 4 star on the season taking the Rams.

 

12 thoughts on “Football Picks Are On Fire!

  1. 2.  Did you happen to see the caption on SportsCenter during the time they were discussing Michigan-Notre Dame?

    “Most Important Game Between Two Unranked Teams in History”

    Or words to that effect.

    Even for ESPN, that’s a little over the top.

  2. 7.  I went the other way on every game but Maryland. Yeah, I’m not good at picking football games.

    Side note: How long before people start clamoring for Charlie Weis’ head? Because if this were Ty Willingham’s team, he’d be gone already. Or am I wrong here?

  3. 8.  I don’t know anything about college football whatsoever but I put some money down on Kentucky just because I was bored.

    Thanks for that, and hell of a call.

  4. 11.  “Side note: How long before people start clamoring for Charlie Weis’ head? Because if this were Ty Willingham’s team, he’d be gone already. Or am I wrong here? ”

    You are not only wrong, you know that you are wrong but prefer it that way. At least when it comes to things ND related.

  5. 12.  I am not only wrong but prefer it that way. I didn’t know I had that preference before Brendan straightened me out.

    Then again, these are sensitive times for the Irish.

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