College Football Picks, and Odds For 2016-17: NCAA Football Week two recap.

Written and authored NCAA Football Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Expert news and notes. NCAA Betting Predictions will make clients huge profits through the 2016-17 season.

Week two of the 2016-17 College Football season is in full swing, and there are some surprise teams on the horizon. The Louisville Cardinals are looking to make a stand in the ACC as well as on the national scene.

Sophomore signal caller Lamar Jackson sounds like the 2016 Heisman Trophy front-runner with another spectacular performance in a “BLOWOUT” win over Syracuse.

College Football game day will be in “DERBY CITY” on Saturday. September 17th as Louisville takes on the Florida State Seminoles in a huge ACC showdown.

The Clemson Tigers also of the Atlantic Coast Conference struggled for the second consecutive week with a home victory against Troy.

Clemson All-American quarterback Deshaun Watson threw two interceptions in the 30-24 win. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney knows his team needs to get better to compete against Louisville and Florida State.

The Tigers dropped from the number two spot in the latest polls to fifth. Round out the top five is Alabama at one, Florida State two, Ohio State three and Michigan at the number four position.

 

The Florida State Seminoles got a home win over Charleston Southern in a tune-up game for their road trip to Louisville.

Head Coach Jimbo Fisher understands what is going to be at stake Saturday. Freshman signal caller Deondre Francois tossed three touchdowns in the win.

The freshman must have a great week of practice going into a hostile environment next Saturday.

Number-Three Ohio State had a lackluster first half performance against a much improved Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team.

The Buckeyes went into gear in the second half and ran away with a 48-3 home win.

Ohio State must hit on all cylinders as the team gets ready for a road to face the Oklahoma Sooners who are looking for a signature win after their week one loss to the University of Houston.

The Michigan Wolverines hold down the number four spot in the polls. Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh has the faithful in Ann Arbor believing the team is ready for the “BIG BOY’S.”

Through the first two weeks of the season, Michigan looks like the second best team in the NCAA Football landscape.

 

Two of the teams who fell last Saturday is Oklahoma State and TCU. The Oklahoma State Cowboys got a bad break as the Central Michigan Chippewas of the Mid-American Conference went into Stillwater to get the last second victory.

TCU got down early in their game vs. Arkansas, Texas A&M transfer Kenny Hill made “THROAT SLASHING” gesture which gave Arkansas new life.

The Horned Frogs attempt at a winning field goal got blocked to force overtime in the contest.

The Florida Gators got back into the top twenty-five with a smackdown against Kentucky.

The largest live audience to ever watch a College Football game took place in Bristol, Tennessee. Virginia Tech and the Tennessee Volunteers squared off in front of over 150,000 fans.

Virginia Tech took a 14-0 lead in Justin Fuente first game as the head coach of the Hokies. However, Tennessee showed their dominance the final three-quarters, final score Tennessee-45- Virginia Tech 24.

Week three promises to be just as exciting and the NCAA Football Betting experts at Charliessports.com has all the information to make clients unreal profits.

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