Ness Notes (CFB Week 6)

The third CFB few days of the period saw seven games between groups positioned in the AP survey, the most-ever on a solitary day since the AP started remembering 25 groups for its positioning in 1969. It ought to have been a paramount day yet rather it transformed into a shame, as both on-field authorities just as replay-corner authorities influenced the result of various significant games, most remarkably Oklahoma/Oregon however including among others, BYU/Boston College and LSU/Auburn.


With the schedule going to October, the CFB season has entered its 6th seven day stretch of play and this coming Saturday, highlights six games between schools positioned in the AP top-25.   สุดยอดผู้รักษาประตู The SEC highlights two such matchups as No. 5 Florida has No. 9 LSU and No. 10 Georgia will get a visit from No. 13 Tennessee. It’s the yearly “Red River Shootout” in Dallas, as No. 7 Texas takes on No. 14 Oklahoma and with the two groups previously burdened with a misfortune, the washout is everything except out of the BCS title-game picture. In the Pac-10, No. 11 Oregon is at Berkeley to take on No. 16 Cal and in the Big East, No. 21 Virginia Tech is at No. 25 Boston College.


The first BCS standings will be discharged on October 15 and entering this current end of the week’s play, there stays 13 unbeaten Division I-A groups (a year ago right now there were 12). While I regularly guarantee (as do numerous others) that the pointspread will in general be the “incredible equalizer,” that has not been the situation so far in 2006. The 13 unbeatens have joined to go 35-18-2 ATS (with six non-lined games), a triumphant level of 66.0. On the other hand, the country’s nine staying winless groups have delivered a despicable 9-30-2 ATS mark (two non-lined games), for a triumphant level of 23.1.


Ohio State is both 5-0 SU and ATS, dominating three games over top-25 rivals, including street succeeds at then-No. 2 Texas (all day, every day) and afterward No. 13 Iowa (38-17). Louisville is the main other group flawless both SU and ATS, at 4-0 in the two classes. None of the 13 unbeatens have a losing record ATS yet Florida and Michigan (both 5-0) are every 2-2-1 ATS. Among the winless groups, Stanford (0-5 SU and ATS) and San Diego State (0-4 SU and ATS) are the most noticeably awful of the bundle, while 0-5 Florida International has gone 3-1-1 ATS. The Golden Panthers lost their initial four games by one, one, five and four focuses, before losing 31-6 last Saturday (at home!) to Arkansas State.


BYU beat TCU seven days prior Thursday in Fort Worth (31-17), finishing the Horned Frogs’ 13-game series of wins. TCU is in Provo this Thursday night to play the Utes, a group it beat a year ago in Fort Worth (additionally on a Thursday night), 23-20 in extra time. That TCU win finished Utah’s 18-game series of wins and I’m certain the Utes would have wanted to “give back” in Provo however a week ago’s outcomes demolished “the best laid plans.” By the way, Utah had a quite terrible end of the week themselves, losing 36-3 at home to Boise State, the school’s most exceedingly terrible home misfortune in 17 years.


TCU’s misfortune leaves the country’s No. 1 group, Ohio State, with the longest dynamic series of wins (12 straight). The Buckeyes have additionally ‘secured’ every one of the 12 successes, a stunning achievement. West Virginia is directly behind the Buckeyes, having dominated 11 straight games (9-1 ATS with one non-lined game) . Ohio State has Bowling Green (3-2 and 1-3-1 ATS) this Saturday and the Buckeyes are right now preferred by 35. West Va is at Mississippi State on Saturday and the Mountaineers are a mid 24-point decision.

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