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Friday, October 19, 2007--Andis Kaulins [10/19/2007 11:33:00 AM] - Home - About - My Book

College Football Game Predictions AND RESULTS Week 8 2007 

Using the odds published at Yahoo on October 18, 2007, here are the results of our college football predictions for Week 8 (results updated regularly after the final scores come in).

Thursday, October 18

South Florida was favored by 2 at Rutgers. We called it for Rutgers 28-24.
We called this one as Rutgers upset South Florida 30-27 in spite of losing 3 fumbles. Perhaps the Bulls rose in the rankings too fast and got big heads. Air at the top is thin.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 1-0, and we are 1-0 against the spread.

Utah was a 3 1/2 point underdog at TCU. We called it for TCU 31-23.
Utah upset TCU 27-20. Four interceptions of TCU passes, including a 55-yard return for a TD, made the difference. Stephen Hawkins, AP sports, writes at Yahoo about that interception for a score as follows: "Martail Burnett, Utah's 262-pound senior defensive end, returned one of the interceptions 55 yards for a touchdown with 54 seconds left in the first half. It was Burnett's first career interception and put Utah ahead 24-14. "He threw it right at me," Burnett said. "I saw the end zone and I wanted to dive, but I was too tired."" There again you see the problem of poor coaching. With 54 seconds left in the half, what is the QB doing throwing dangerously into the flat when he should be seeking receivers in field goal territory? Coaches have to play the percentages smart and that is not the play to call at that time, by any means.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 1-1, and we are 1-1 against the spread.

Friday, October 19

Louisville was favored by 3 at Connecticut. We called it for Louisville 38-31. Connecticut beat Louisville 21-17. The Cardinals blew a 17-7 lead in the 4th quarter as both the defense and the offense failed. Louisville continues to be a great disappointment this year, whereas the Huskies of UConn continue to surprise.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 1-2, and we are 1-2 against the spread.

Northwestern was favored by 9 1/2 at Eastern Michigan. We called it for Northwestern 48-37.
The Wildcats topped the Eagles 26-14 as the defense forced 4 turnovers.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 2-2, and we are 2-2 against the spread.

Saturday, October 20

Wyoming was an underdog at Air Force by 2 1/2 points. We called it 27-21 for Air Force.
Air Force topped the Cowboys 20-12. as Falcon safety Bobby Giannini returned a fumble 85 yards for the game winner.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 3-2, and we are 3-2 against the spread.

Tennessee at Alabama was seen as even. We called it 30-28 for 'Bama.
Nick Saban's improving Crimson Tide thumped the Volunteers 41-17 .
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 4-2, and we are 4-2 against the spread.

Stanford was a 10 1/2 point underdog at Arizona. We called it 35-31 for Stanford.
You can count us among the fans of first year Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh, as the resurgent Cardinal upset Arizona 21-20 behind the quarterbacking of Tavita Pritchard, as Stanford bounced back from a 10-0 deficit, in spite of having more turnovers and fewer yards total offense. Winning in spite of having the stats against you generally points to good coaching.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 5-2, and we are 5-2 against the spread.

Mississippi was a 5-point underdog at Arkansas. We called it 26-24 for the Rebels.
We thought the Rebels might do better, but they got soundly whipped 44-8 on the strength of 4 pass intereceptions by the Razorbacks.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 5-3, and we are 5-3 against the spread.

Ball State was favored by 1 1/2 points at Western Michigan. We called it 42-38 for Ball State.
Ball State won 27-23 as the Cardinals had no turnovers as compared to 3 by the Broncos.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 6-3, and we are 6-3 against the spread.

Boise State was favored by 16 1/2 at Louisiana Tech. We called it 37-17 for the Broncos.
The Broncos played without injured Ian Johnson but still won 45-31, spurred on by the passing of Taylor Tharp and assisted by the advantage of two fewer turnovers.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 7-3, and we are 6-4 against the spread.

Cincinnati was favored by 9 1/2 at Pittsburgh. We called it 41-24 for Cincinnati. The Bearcats gave the ball up 3 times to one, blew a 17-10 lead and lost 24-17.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 7-4, and we are 6-5 against the spread.

Central Michigan was a 16 1/2 point underdog at Clemson. We called it 38-27 for Clemson.
The Chippewas too a 7-0 lead and then watched their defense (656 yards total offense for the Tigers) and offense (4 turnovers) disintegrate, as Clemson steamrolled them 70-14.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 8-4, and we are 6-6 against the spread.

North Carolina State was a 5-point underdog at East Carolina. We called it 34-24 for East Carolina. The Wolfpack rolled up an early 21-0 lead and won 34-20 behind the 335 yards passing of Daniel Evans.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 8-5, and we are 6-7 against the spread.

Florida was favored by 6 1/2 at Kentucky. The Gators lost to Auburn and LSU through some poor coaching by Urban Meyer, which surprised us greatly and we did not think they would lose 3 in a row. We called it 42-31 for Florida. Leading early in the 3rd quarter by 28-10, the Gators had to hold on to beat Andre Woodson and crew 45-37.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 9-5, and we are 7-7 against the spread.

Miami of Florida was a 5 1/2 point underdog at Florida State. We called it 31-24 for the Seminoles. The Seminoles led 29-24 with 5 minutes to play but then blew the game in the last minutes, losing to the Hurricanes 37-29.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 9-6, and we are 7-8 against the spread.

San Jose State was a 12 1/2 point underdog at Fresno State. We called it 34-27 for Fresno State. The Bulldogs vanquished the Spartans 30-0, who were shut out for the second time this season.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 10-6, and we are 7-9 against the spread.

Army was a 24-point underdog at Georgia Tech. We called it 28-17 for the Yellow Jackets. Georgia Tech won 34-10.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 11-6, and we are 7-9-1 against the spread.

Houston was favored by 13 at UAB. We call it 38-23 for Houston.
The Cougars demolished the Blazers 49-10.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 12-6, and we are 8-9-1 against the spread.

Kansas was favored by 3 1/2 at Colorado. We called it 44-27 for the Jayhawks.
The Jayhawk offense struggled against the Buffaloes, winning 19-14 on the strength of two Scott Webb field goals, one a 48-yarder.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 13-6, and we are 9-9-1 against the spread.

Bowling Green was a 5 1/2 point underdog at Kent State. We called it 33-28 for Bowling Green.
The Golden Flashes blitzed out to the Falcons 31-20.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 14-6, and we are 10-9-1 against the spread.

Auburn was an 11 1/2 point underdog at LSU. We called it for Auburn 24-23.
With 1 second to play, our predicted 24-23 win for Auburn was a reality, even down to the exact final score, but LSU pulled out the win on the last play of the game and won 30-24.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 14-7, and we are 11-9-1 against the spread.

Virginia was a 4-point underdog at Maryland. We called it 28-27 for Virginia.
With 16 seconds left, the Cavaliers topped the Terrapins 18-17.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 15-7, and we are 12-9-1 against the spread.

Miami of Ohio was favored by 5 1/2 at Temple. We called it 38-27 for Miami of Ohio. The Owls continued to improve as the knocked off the Redhawks 24-17.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 15-8, and we are 12-10-1 against the spread.

Michigan was favored by 2 1/2 at Illinois. We called it 28 to 21 for Michigan.
The Wolverines won 27-17 in spite of the fact that the injured Mike Hart, the nation's leading rusher, sat on the sidelines.#
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 16-8, and we are 13-10-1 against the spread.

Arkansas State was a 2-point underdog at Middle Tennessee. We called it for Arkansas State 24-21. Middle Tennesse won 24-7 as the Indians generated minimal offense.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 16-9, and we are 13-11-1 against the spread.

There was no line for North Dakota State at Minnesota, but we thought the Bison of the FCS would beat the Gophers of the FBS and called it for North Dakota State 41-21. The Bison remained undefeated at 7-0 by beating the Gophers 27-21 as "Tyler Roehl rushed for a school record 263 yards."
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 17-9, and we are 13-11-1 against the spread.

Texas Tech was a 3 1/2 point underdog at Missouri. We called it for Texas Tech 42-38.
The Tigers showed they are for real as they chomped on the Red Raiders 41-10.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 17-10, and we are 13-12-1 against the spread.

Texas A&M was a 2-point underdog at Nebraska. We called it 31-27 for Texas A&M. The Aggies have a strong running offense and the Husker rushing defense is terrible, and the game result of 36-14 for Texas A&M shows just how bad it is, as the Aggies rushed for 359 yards against the once mighty Huskers, now reduced to also-ran status under hapless head coach Callahan. The Huskers again failed to scored in the 3rd quarter, almost a hallmark of Callahan coached teams, and indeed, also failed to score in the 4th quarter, losing their 16th straight Callahan-coached game when the team was behind after the first half, as in this case, being behind only 16-14. Great coaches make adjustments at halftime that lead to come-from-behind wins. Good coaches make adjustments at halftime if they are behind, win or lose. Poor coaches have inane game plans that they follow regardless of the halftime score and never seem to make any halftime adjustments. Poor Nebraska. Coached by a staff in totally over their heads.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 18-10, and we are 14-12-1 against the spread.

Nevada was favored by 7 at Utah State. We called it 42-28 for Nevada.
Nevada struggled to win 31-28 against winless Utah State.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 19-10, and we are 14-13-1 against the spread.

New Mexico was favored by 8 1/2 at San Diego State. We called it 37-27 for New Mexico.
The Lobos won 20-17. Our record this week in predicting the winner is 20-10, and we are 14-14-1 against the spread.

Idaho was a 9 1/2 point underdog at New Mexico State. We called it for New Mexico State 40-37. New Mexico State won 45-31.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 21-10, and we are 14-15-1 against the spread.

Michigan State was a 17 point underdog at at Ohio State. Michigan State has a powerful offense and a weak defense. The Buckeyes have a weaker offense accompanied by an awesome defense. We called it for Ohio State 24-14. The Buckeyes beat the Spartans 24-17 but had trouble holding their 24-0 early 3rd quarter lead.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 22-10, and we are 15-15-1 against the spread.

Oklahoma was favored by 30 at Iowa State. We called it for the Sooners 58-7.
The Sooners, who already lost to Colorado in their only other Big 12 road game, trailed 7-0 at the half but came back to win unimpressively 17-7. Oklahoma is obviously a weak road team.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 23-10, and we are 15-16-1 against the spread.

Kansas State was a 3 point underdog at Oklahoma State. We called it 37-34 for the Wildcats.
Jason Ricks kicked a 26-yard field goal with 2 seconds to play to win it for the Cowboys 41-39, who came back from a 21-7 deficit early in the 2nd quarter, as Perrish Cox returned a kickoff for 98 yards to make the game 21-14. That was the turning point. Special teams can wreak havoc.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 23-11, and we are 16-16-1 against the spread.

Oregon was favored by 11 at Washington. We called it 44-31 for the Ducks. With the game tied at the end of the 3rd quarter 31-31, the Ducks turned on the steam and won going away 55-34, piling up 661 total yards offense. But their defense remains a questionmark.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 24-11, and we are 17-16-1 against the spread.

Penn State was favored by 7 1/2 at Indiana. We called it 31-14 for the Nittany Lions.
In a game that was as good as even, the Nittany Lions pulled out the win 36-31.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 25-11, and we are 17-17-1 against the spread.

Iowa was a 7 point underdog at Purdue. We called it for Iowa 21-20.
The Boilermakers won 31-6.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 25-12, and we are 17-18-1 against the spread.

Memphis was a 2 point underdog at Rice. We called it for Rice 41-34.
Memphis won 38-35.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 25-13, and we are 17-19-1 against the spread.

Vanderbilt was a 13-point underdog at South Carolina. We called it for the Gamecocks 28-20.
Vandy pulled off the upset 17-6, and the 6th-ranked Gamecocks were the highest defeated team for Vandy in 70 years.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 25-14, and we are 18-19-1 against the spread.

Tulane was a 6 point underdog at Southern Methodist. We gave the nod to Tulane 31-28.
Tulane won in overtime 41-34.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 26-14, and we are 19-19-1 against the spread.

Buffalo was a 3 1/2 point underdog at Syracuse. We saw Buffalo as winning 31-24.
The Bulls could not get the ball into the end zone for a TD and had to settle for 4 field goals as Syracuse won 20-12.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 26-15, and we are 19-20-1 against the spread.

Texas was favored by 25 at Baylor. We called it for the Longhorns 44-17.
The Longhorns won 31-10.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 27-15, and we are 19-21-1 against the spread.

Ohio was a 1 point underdog at Toledo. We called it 38-24 for Ohio.
A 40-yrd FG as time ran out gave Toledo the win 43-40. Solich-coached Ohio is now 3-5 this year. It is hard to believe they could lose to a very weak Toledo team.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 27-16, and we are 19-22-1 against the spread.

North Texas was an 18 1/2 point underdog at at Troy. We called it for Troy 38-13.
Troy won 45-7.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 28-16, and we are 20-22-1 against the spread.

Tulsa was a 3 point underdog at UCF. We called it for Tulsa 48-33.
UCF won 44-23. Tulsa is a great disappointment this year at the present stage of the season.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 28-17, and we are 20-23-1 against the spread.

There was no line for Cal at UCLA. We called it for Cal 45-28. UCLA won 30-21.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 28-18, and we are 20-23-1 against the spread.

Colorado State was a 3 point underdog at at UNLV. We called it for Colorado State 24-21.
Colorado State won 48-23.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 29-18, and we are 21-23-1 against the spread.

USC was favored by 17 at Notre Dame. Notre Dame has no offense. We called it 31-7 for USC.
The Trojans won 38-0.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 30-18, and we are 22-23-1 against the spread.

Wake Forest was favored by 3 at Navy. We called it for Wake Forest 31-24.
Wake Forest beat Navy 44-24.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 31-18, and we are 23-23-1 against the spread.

Mississippi State was a 24 1/2 point underdog at West Virginia. We called it for West Virginia 35-31. West Virginia won 38-13.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 32-18, and we are 23-24-1 against the spread.

Northern Illinois was 23 point underdog at Northern Illinois. We called it for Wisconsin 45-16.
Wisconsin won 44-3.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 33-18, and we are 24-24-1 against the spread.

Sunday, October 21
Southern Miss was favored by 3 1/2 at Marshall. We called it 37-23 for Southern Miss. Southern Miss won 33-24.
Our record this week in predicting the winner is 34-18, and we are 25-24-1 against the spread.

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