Free College Football Picks, and Odds: Week 7 NCAA Football Recap and Week 8 Preview.

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Last Saturday’s College Football action nearly ended up in disaster for the Clemson Tigers. Clemson relied on North Carolina State kicker Kyle Bambard to miss a 33-yard field goal at the end of regulation.

The Wolfpack ground game was the story of the matchup with Matt Dayes carrying the football twenty-two times for one hundred and six yards.

However, it was the Tigers who got the victory in overtime 24-17. Clemson Tigers Head Coach Dabo Swinney understands style points are not important in the grind of the College Football season.

Michigan, who was off last week jumped Clemson in the latest BCS polls.

The Louisville Cardinals also of the Atlantic Coast Conference also fell behind Washington and Texas A&M.

Louisville beat Duke in a low scoring defensive battle on the ESPN Friday Night showdown.

The Cardinals host North Carolina State, a contest which Louisville thought would be easy. North Carolina State will come to play.


The Alabama Crimson Tide keeps on rolling. Alabama defeated Tennessee on the road 49-10 with another brilliant performance by Freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts.

The Crimson Tide defense was also dominant in the worst home loss for Tennessee in the storied rivalry.

Tennessee Head Coach Butch Jones and his staff got outcoached, and his team got outplayed badly. Alabama holds down the number-one spot in the latest BCS poll.

The Crimson Tide will host Texas A&M on Saturday. October 22nd. The Aggies hope to pull off the upset, and head coach Kevin Sumlin believes his team has the formula.

Starting signal caller Trevor Knight and Oklahoma transfer beat the Tide in the 2014 Sugar Bowl as a member of Oklahoma.

The Ohio State Buckeyes remain number two after defeating a strong Wisconsin team on the road in overtime.

Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer knew his team was in for a battle. The fight was a tale of two halves; Wisconsin dominated the first and Ohio State the second. The Buckeyes travel to “HAPPY VALLEY” in Week-Eight to take on Penn State.

The number three Michigan Wolverines were idle this week and will host Illinois next Saturday.

The Washington Huskies were also idle in week seven; they host the Oregon State Beavers in a week eight matchup.

The Nebraska Cornhusker are quietly gaining confidence with an unblemished record. The Cornhusker went on the road and pulled out a victory against a solid Indiana Hoosiers football team.

Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong has the experience to make thing interesting in the Big-Ten, especially with everyone talking about Ohio State and Michigan.

Nebraska will have back to back road games against Wisconsin and Ohio State later on in the season.

The Baylor Bears also remain unbeaten and are in the nine spot.

The Mid-American Conference boast the best team no one knows about with Western Michigan. Bosie State of the Mountain West Conference is still unbeaten.

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