Much better weekend of games this week. Good thing I was not on record with picks last week as they would have been pathetic to say the least.

Texas looks like they will not be bowl eligible. Wow. National Title game to no bowl game.

Cam Newton still in the news although it has quieted down somewhat. Biggest football story of the weekend was Michael Vick’s performance in Monday night football. 6 Touchdowns ..who does he think he is? Gale Sayers?


Georgia State @ Alabama (-56.5) – Seriously who cares? Alabama 112,963 GA State 4


 UCLA @ Washington (-2.5) – Which Bruins team shows up this week. A winning one! UCLA 28 – Wash 24


Fresno State @ Boise State (-30.5) –  Battle of states that don’t exist. Boise Needs style points on the smurf turf. BSU 45- FSU 14



Wisconsin (-6.5) @ Michigan – Power running vs small guy fast running. I take power running. Cheeseheads 35- Mich 28

Purdue @ Michigan State (-20.5) Purdon’t covers! MSU 31- PUR 21

North Carolina State @ North Carolina (-2.5) Battle of North Carolina. Give me powder Blue NC 21- NC State 17

Stanford (-7.5) @ California – Andrew Luck for Heisman Stan 21- Cal 14

Thuh Ohio State (-3.5) @ Iowa – Buckeyes different on road, but Iowa is seriously overrated. OSU 28- IA 14

Virginia Tech (-2.5) @ Miami – Hurrigangsters different team at home. Upset special. Miami 17. Va Tech 14

Illinois (-7.5) @ Northwestern – No Dan Persa, No Chance. Illinois 35- NW 21

Mississippi @ LSU (-16.5) – Bengal tigers good one week not so good next but keep winning. LSU 12- Miss St 9

Nebraska (-2.5) @ Texas A&M – Taylor Martinez 100%? More like 65% Blackshirts still good enough. Nebs 31- A&M 21

Oklahoma (-7.5) @ Baylor – Boooooooomer Soooooner, they could still win the South. OU 31- Baylor 28

USC (-3.5) @ Oregon State – Ore St lost to Wazoo last week ..wowie. USC -32- Ore St 10

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Johnny Goodman writes a weekly sports column for The Soap Boxers. His articles can be found in The Goodman File.

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