|Results||OTS Picked||Nico Picked||Todd Picked|
|Mississippi State 31
Miami (OH) 13
Florida International 10
Ole Miss 3
|West Virginia||West Virginia||West Virginia|
South Carolina 24
|South Carolina||South Carolina||South Carolina|
|West Virginia 31
|West Virginia||West Virginia||Rutgers|
Southern Cal 17
South Florida 15
Texas A&M 11
|Arizona State 31
|Arizona State||Arizona State||Arizona State|
|Ohio State 37
Penn State 17
Another wacky weekend of football has the SEC all kinds of screwed up right now:
Georgia took the lead in the East with an unexpected win over Florida, and Tennessee is right back in the thick of it after an unexpected win over Spurrier. Kentucky proved once again that it couldn't handle success, getting Croomed in Lexington, and Vandy inches closer and closer to bowl eligibility. In the West, Auburn looks lost for three and a half quarters again before sealing the deal in the waning seconds, while State is making me look like a genius for saying they'd be bowl eligible this year by upsetting Kentucky and getting to five wins. There could very easily be eleven bowl eligible teams in the SEC this year, and you have to wonder who's going to get the short end of the stick.
Yeah, so Rutgers screwed me, and my choosing karma as the deciding factor in the USF/UConn game wasn't the brightest idea. Also, I called for State to beat Kentucky in the preseason, and probably should have stuck with that.
The Curse of Sandra Bernhard
It seems like just about every game I name the Sandra Bernhard Game of the Week turns out to be ugly, but for completely different reasons than I expected. Looking back:
Which brings us to week nine. I fully expected the 'Cats to come out ready to put up some points against Mississippi State after the letdown against Florida, but instead they gave the game away with bad decisions and turnovers, while Woodson looked terrible. UK's defense isn't great, but giving up 31 to the Bulldogs is unthinkable. So yeah, her hideous visage is clearly enough to alter reality and force a good team to turn to stone.
|The resemblance is uncanny.|