This is a Free NCAAF play on the Auburn Tigers.
Tigers have won back to back road games over SEC teams, and last week
they handed the Razorbacks a 35-17 defeat in Arkansas. Auburn heads out
on the road again this week to face the Vols, who are without their
starting quarterback Justin Worley.
Backup Joshua Dobbs
has not thrown a touchdown pass while going 31-of-54 passing in
consecutive losses since coming in midway through the loss to Alabama.
The Freshman was picked off twice, and coughed up a fumble in the loss
to Missouri last week.
The Tigers ran all over Tennessee
last week, running for 339 yards in a 31-3 victory. The Vols defense is
allowing almost 30 points per game, although they have had a tough
schedule, with six of their nine opponents ranked in the Top 25.
hasn't exactly been playing cupcakes en route to an 8-1 record though,
with impressive wins over Texas A&M and Ole Miss.
Worley, I really don't see the Vols competing with a tough Auburn team
this week, even though the game is being playing in Knoxville. I expect
to see the Tigers win by double-digits. ***DISCLAIMER***
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This is a Free NCAAF play on the Iowa HAWKEYES
Two of the best defenses in the Big Ten conference will be showcased in
Iowa this Saturday, with the Hawkeyes hosting the Wisconsin Badgers.
The Hawkeyes are coming off an impressive 17-10 victory over Northwestern last week.
Iowa is ranked 12th nationally in scoring defense, allowing just over
18 points per game. It's not like they have had a soft schedule either,
they've played Northern Illinois, Michigan State, Ohio State, and
Northwestern, teams that have all spent time in the top 25 rankings this
Two weeks ago they went into Columbus and pushed the
Buckeyes to the brink, in a game that was tied until Ohio State scored
10 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to win 34-24.
Badgers have lost 2-of-3 on the road, although they really got hosed in
the desert, in a game that they likely would have won had the officials
not botched the call on the final play of the game.
Hawkeyes have covered the points in seven of their last nine meetings
with the Badgers, and they won six of those seven games outright.
I am a little surprised to see the home team getting more than a
touchdown against a conference rival that they have a history of playing
Take the HAWKEYES.