Posted on: September 19, 2008 3:41 pm
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9/19

I'm not going to lie.  I loved watching WVU lose last night.  Anyway, here are my picks for this week:

15 ECU  27
NC St      13

UCF    27
BC      21

La-Monroe   13
Tulane          20

Houston         14
Colorado St   17

Marshall   21
So Miss    24

Alabama St  9
UAB             17

Rice           9
7 Texas   45

New Mexico    21
Tulsa               27

TCU   23
SMU   17

Nicholls St      3
Memphis      27

New Mexico St     27
UTEP                    28

Could be a very good week for the conference

Category: NCAAF
Posted on: September 16, 2008 3:49 pm
 

9/16

It was a pretty bad week in general.  Here were the actual scores:

AF                 31
Houston      28

UAB     3
Tenn   35

14 ECU   28
Tulane     24

12 TTU    7
SMU      43

Memphis    16
Marshall      17

Rice      21
Vandy   38

Southern Miss   27
Ark St                   24

This week's picks coming soon

Category: NCAAF
Posted on: September 12, 2008 3:41 pm
 

9/12

Late again.  There are a few big games this week, but here are my predictions:

UAB                 10
Tennessee     27

14 ECU        27
Tulane          14

Air Force   18
Houston    24

SMU                        3
12 Texas Tech     41

Memphis         21
Marshall          27

Rice                10
Vanderbilt       21

Southern Miss   35
Arkansas St       17

Category: NCAAF
Posted on: September 10, 2008 4:16 pm
 

9/10

Sorry I'm getting on here so late.  Here's last week's scores:

Marshall  14
10 Wisconsin 51

So Miss   13
9 Auburn    27

UAB   34
FAU   49

14 ECU    24
25 WVU    3

19 USF   31
UCF   24

Tulane        6
11 Alabama   20

Tulsa    56
UNT    26

Houston   37
Ok St        56

Tx St- San Marcos  36
SMU                         47

Rice            42
Memphis   35

8 Texas     42
UTEP    13

This week:  4-8  (3-8 vs FBS) (1-6 vs BCS)

It was just a very bad week, other than the ECU-WVU game, for Conference-USA.  We need a good showing this week.  I'll post my picks tomorrow.

Category: NCAAF
Posted on: September 3, 2008 5:51 pm
 

9/3

Huge week for our conference this week.  There are six teams involving ranked teams.  I'm going to start something new this week.  I'm going to start predicting scores in-conference.  I'll try my hardest not to be too biased towards the Herd, but it'll be hard.  Anyway, here we go:

Marshall  24 
11 Wisconsin  34

Southern Miss  17
9 Auburn    28

UAB   18
FAU   17 (OT)

8 WVU  27
ECU  31

17 USF  31
UCF  24

Tulsa   34
North Texas  21

Tulane  10
13 Alabama  27

Houston  21
OK St   24

TX St- San M  10
SMU  35

Rice  21
Memphis  31

10 Texas  41
UTEP  27

Looks like we should look pretty respectable, if my predictions turn out right.  You can give your questions, comments, or rude remarks below.

Posted on: August 31, 2008 5:43 pm
 

8/31

Well C-USA plays quite a few good schools.  Here's the big schools C-USA plays this year:

ECU: VT            W
           WVU
           NC ST  
           UVA

MU:  Wisc
         WVU
         Cinci

So. Miss:  Auburn
                   Boise St

UCF:   USF
            BC
            Miami

Mem:  Miss    L
            UL

UAB:  FAU
           South Carolina

Rice:  Vandy
           Tex

Tulsa:  Arkansas

Houston:  Ok St
                   Co St

SMU:   Tex Tech

Tulane:  LSU

UTEP:  Tex

This week's non-conference games: Buffalo 42 UTEP 17

                                                                    Marshall 35  Illinois St 10

                                                                    ECU 27  VT 22

                                                                    UCF 17   SC St 0

                                                                    Mississippi 41 Memphis24

                                                                    Southern Miss  51UL-Lafeyette21

                                                                    Houston 55 Southern 3

C-USA non-conference record: 5-2 (2-2 vs FBS)  (1-1 vs BCS)

 
 
 
 
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