8 Best College Football Games of Week 7: Duke, Virginia Tech, USC, Washington, BYU and More
Big show this week and it is coming to you live from Fayetteville, NC. And by live I mean taped here and then produced a little while later but you're still getting it. The guest for this week is Allen Kenney. You folks know he's a regular here on the ITB Podcast and you can find his work on Oklahoma over at Blatant Homerism. His general college football writings are over at Crystal Ball Run; check them both out.
This week's games:
West Virginia-Texas Tech
This is a glorious week of ball games and we kick it off with the 5-1 Duke Blue Devils traveling to Lane Stadium. Virginia Tech is a vulnerable team and the Blue Devils, even with Sean Renfree out, can score points in bunches. The Hokies are ripe for an upset; but does anyone believe they will fall to the Devils? BYU is a team that's intrigued me all season, they take on an Oregon State team with no quarterback. TCU is another quarterback-less team and we'll see just how Baylor attacks this team that has fallen quite far since 2011.
Washington will need all of their very limited weapons firing at the same time to have a shot against USC. Texas Tech and WVU is a possible upset, or is that just me hoping one passy happy team beats another pass happy team? Stanford and Notre Dame will play manball so I'm excited for that. Sakerlina and LSU is a ball game that should interest a lot of people. LSU is good enough to win, but will they?
Then we wrap up on the Red River Shootout. Plenty of chatter on this game and I highly recommend Texas take my advice.
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