The Pi-Rate Ratings

November 21, 2011

PiRate Ratings: College Football for November 22-26, 2011

65 Bowl Eligible Teams—Need 70

Some of the lower-tier bowl committee members will have some very short fingernails this week.  There should be 67 bowl eligible teams this week.  However, Southern Cal is ineligible for postseason bowls, and Miami of Florida announced they will not accept any bowl bids this season.  That leaves a need for five more bowl-eligible teams. 

 

We here at the PiRate Cove believe there is nothing to worry about.  There are 10 teams that need one more win and five have a patsy left of their schedule.  All five of these one-more-win-needed teams should defeat their patsy.  Those five, with their patsy opponent in parentheses are: North Carolina State (Maryland), Purdue (Indiana), Air Force (Colorado St.), Tennessee (Kentucky), Mississippi State (Ole Miss).

 

Two definite additions will be the winner of the Syracuse-Pittsburgh game next week and the winner of this week’s Marshall-East Carolina game.  The Syracuse-Pitt loser can still get a sixth win; Pitt would have to win their Backyard Brawl against West Virginia, or Syracuse would have to beat Cincinnati.

 

Conference by Conference Analysis

ACC

The big news here isn’t which team is going to win the title; it is that Miami pulled itself from consideration for a bowl game.  The Hurricanes have issued a self-imposed bowl ban.  Might coach Al Golden take advantage of not having to worry about leaving his team in the lurch in December and bolt to the first place that wants him?  We wouldn’t be surprised if Penn State comes calling.  Ole Miss is a possibility as well.

 

Clemson is limping into the ACC Championship Game.  The Tigers may actually be the fourth or fifth best team in the league at the present time.

 

The Coastal Division championship will be decided in Charlottesville this week, as Virginia hosts Virginia Tech.  The winner of this game will have all the momentum, and we feel they will be the host team in the Orange Bowl.

 

North Carolina State is 6-5, but they own two wins over FCS teams.  Expect the Wolf Pack to become eligible with a win over Maryland.

 

1. Orange—Virginia Tech vs. Rutgers

2. Chick-fil-A—Clemson vs. Florida

3. Champs Sports—Florida State vs. Notre Dame

4. Sun—Georgia Tech vs. Arizona State

5. Belk—North Carolina vs. West Virginia

6. Music City—Virginia vs. Mississippi State

7. Independence—North Carolina State vs. Air Force

8. Military—Wake Forest vs. Western Michigan

 

Big East

Like this league or hate it (or just believe it should not have an automatic BCS bid), you have to laugh at the fact that all eight teams can still become bowl eligible.  We believe seven of the eight will be successful. Add Notre Dame to the mix here, as they will not finish high enough to earn a BCS bid, even if they upset Stanford.

 

The race for what will be the last BCS selection is up for grabs, with five teams still in contention.  West Virginia controls its own destiny.  If the Mountaineers defeat Pittsburgh and South Florida, they win all tiebreakers.  We do not believe they will win both games.

 

Cincinnati must defeat Syracuse and Connecticut to have a chance to grab the BCS bid.  Again, we do not see the Bearcats pulling off the feat.

 

Louisville and Pittsburgh are still alive in the race.  The Cardinals would have to defeat Connecticut and South Florida (both on the road) and hope for some help.  The Panthers would have to beat West Virginia and Syracuse. 

 

Rutgers has a home game with Cincinnati and a finale at Connecticut.  We believe the Scarlet Knights will win both to take the crown.

 

1. Orange—Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech

2. Champs Sports—Notre Dame vs. Florida State

3. Belk—West Virginia vs. North Carolina

4. Pinstripe—Pittsburgh vs. Texas

5. BVAA Compass—Cincinnati vs. Western Kentucky

6. Beef O’Brady’s—South Florida vs. Florida International

 

Big Ten

Wisconsin must defeat Penn State to secure the Leaders Division title, and we believe the Badgers will do it.

 

Michigan State has already secured the Legends Division crown, and the Spartans just might knock off UW in a rematch for the BCS bid.

 

Michigan should earn an at-large bid to a BCS bowl if they finally defeat Ohio State.  We believe they will.

 

There has been talk that the bowls should pass up Penn State, but we do not believe that will happen.

 

1. Rose—Michigan State vs. Oregon

2. Sugar—Michigan vs. Houston

3. Capital One—Wisconsin vs. Georgia

4. Outback—Nebraska vs. South Carolina

5. Gator—Penn State vs. Auburn

6. Insight—Iowa vs. Baylor

7. Meineke Car Care—Illinois vs. Missouri

8. TicketCity—Ohio St. vs. Marshall

9. Little Caesar’s—Purdue vs. Ohio U

10. Hawaii (at-large)—Northwestern vs. S M U

 

Big 12

In two days, this league self-destructed.  Gone are all chances for Oklahoma, while Oklahoma State needs two, and maybe three, SEC teams to lose.  Kansas State is still alive for an at-large BCS bowl, but we do not believe the Wildcats will get the invitation.

 

The other big stories this weekend will revolve around Texas and Texas A&M hooking up in College Station and Kansas and Missouri facing off at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.  This will be the last Big 12 games for the Aggies and Tigers, and it could be the final games in these long series for several years.

 

1. Fiesta—Oklahoma St. vs. Stanford

2. Cotton—Oklahoma vs. Arkansas

3. Alamo—Kansas St. vs. Utah

4. Insight—Baylor vs. Iowa

5. Holiday—Texas A&M vs. Washington

6. Meineke Car Care—Missouri vs. Illinois

7. Pinstripe—Texas vs. Pittsburgh

 

Pac-12

With Oregon losing, the Ducks can only play in the Rose Bowl if they win the Civil War game at home against Oregon State.  Stanford is still very much alive for a BCS Bowl, and a win over Notre Dame will secure one of the four at-large spots.

 

The South Division is the most interesting part of the conference race.  Southern Cal will win the division but will not play in the inaugural conference championship game.  The runner-up will get the nod, and three teams are still alive.

 

UCLA will win the spot with an upset over USC or if Utah loses to Colorado.  We say neither will occur.

 

Utah will win the spot if they defeat Colorado, USC beats UCLA, and Cal beats Arizona State.

 

Arizona State will win the spot if they defeat Cal and USC beats UCLA.

 

Arizona is not bowl eligible, but the Wildcats will announce Rich Rodriguez as their new coach.

 

1. Rose—Oregon vs. Michigan State

2. Fiesta—Stanford vs. Oklahoma State

3. Alamo—Utah vs. Kansas State

4. Holiday—Washington vs. Texas A&M

5. Sun—Arizona St. vs. Georgia Tech

6. MAACO—UCLA vs. T C U

7. Kraft Fight Hunger—California vs. Toledo

 

Southeastern

This is the most interesting of all conferences.  The big talk Sunday was the possibility that three teams could play in BCS Bowls because of a technicality in the rules.

 

If LSU beats Arkansas and then loses to Georgia by a slim margin in the SEC Championship, and if Alabama beats Auburn, Alabama will be number one in the BCS Poll, and LSU could fall only one spot to number two.  Alabama and LSU would then play for the National Championship, but Georgia, as SEC Champion, would be guaranteed a spot in the Sugar Bowl.  It could happen, but we believe LSU will be 13-0.

 

Three teams still need one more win to become bowl eligible.  Tennessee should defeat Kentucky, as they always do to get to 6-6.  Mississippi State should send Houston Nutt out of Oxford on a losing streak as the Bulldogs knock off Ole Miss.  However, we believe Vanderbilt will come up short at Wake Forest.  The Commodores are reeling after giving away bowl eligibility in Knoxville Saturday night.  As they say in Nashville, “Same Old Vandy.”

 

1. National Championship Game—L S U vs. Alabama

2. National Championship Game—Alabama vs. L S U

3. Capital One—Georgia vs. Wisconsin

4. Outback—South Carolina vs. Nebraska

5. Cotton—Arkansas vs. Oklahoma

6. Chick-fil-A—Florida vs. Clemson

7. Gator—Auburn vs. Penn State

8. Music City—Mississippi State vs. Virginia

9. Liberty—Tennessee vs. Southern Mississippi

10. BVAA Compass—XXX

 

Conference USA

Houston currently trails Boise State in the BCS rankings, but the Cougars have two remaining games against decent competition in Tulsa and then Southern Mississippi in the CUSA Championship Game, while Boise State has a home game against one of the five weakest teams (New Mexico) in the land.  Okay, Tulsa could defeat Houston and end this speculation, but we are going to go with the Cougars to improve to 13-0 and pass Boise State in the BCS Rankings.  Case Keenum should be invited to New York for the Heisman Trophy presentation, and Houston should get the conference’s first BCS bowl bid.

 

1. Sugar—Houston vs. Michigan

2. Liberty—Southern Mississippi vs. Tennessee

3. Hawaii—S M U vs. Northwestern

4. TicketCity—Marshall vs. Ohio State

5. Armed Forces—Tulsa vs. B Y U

6. Beef O’Brady’s—XXX

7. New Orleans—XXX

 

Independents

Army and Navy have already been eliminated from bowl eligibility, so the Military and Kraft Fight Hunger Bowls will have to find an at-large team to fill these spots.  We predict that the Mid-American Conference will have three extra bowl eligible teams with seven or more wins, and two of those MAC teams will replace Army and Navy.

 

Brigham Young has already accepted a bid to the Armed Forces Bowl, while Notre Dame counts in the Big East bowl allotments.

 

1. Armed Forces—B Y U

2. Military—XXX

3. Kraft Fight Hunger—XXX

 

Mid-American

Although the MAC has just two bowl guarantees, they will have at least four teams going to bowls, and we believe they will get a fifth team in this year.

 

Ohio has already won the East Division title, while Northern Illinois and Toledo are the two contenders in the West.  If NIU defeats Eastern Michigan, the Huskies are in.  If EMU upsets NIU, then Toledo can get in with a win over Ball State.

 

1. GoDaddy—Northern Illinois vs. Arkansas State

2. Little Caesar’s—Ohio U vs. Purdue

3. Kraft Fight Hunger (at-large)—Toledo vs. California

4. Military (at-large)—Western Michigan vs. Wake Forest

5. New Orleans (at-large)—Temple vs. U. of Louisiana

 

Mountain West

Boise State is still alive for a BCS Bowl bid, but the Broncos’ computer rating will suffer when they host New Mexico in the season finale.  They could fall behind a 13-0 Houston team in both the human polls and computer ratings.

 

Air Force has two wins over FCS teams, so the 6-5 Falcons still need to defeat in-state rival Colorado State in Ft. Collins this weekend to earn a bowl bid.  We say it will happen.

 

1. MAACO—T C U vs. U C L A

2. Famous Idaho Potato—Boise State vs. Nevada

3. Poinsettia—San Diego State vs. Utah State

4. Independence—Air Force vs. North Carolina State

5. New Mexico—Wyoming vs. Louisiana Tech

 

Sunbelt

Arkansas State is the best team in the league’s short history.  The Red Wolves can become the first league team to win 10 regular season wins if they defeat Troy next week.

 

Louisiana (Lafayette) has never been to a bowl game, but the Ragin’ Cajuns should get that reward this year.

 

Florida International will get an at-large bid somewhere, because the Golden Panthers will have eight wins.  Western Kentucky should defeat Troy to finish 7-5 after starting 0-4.  Their only loss in the last eight would be to LSU, so the Hilltoppers should also get an at-large bowl bid.  It would be their first bowl as well.

 

1. GoDaddy—Arkansas State (already accepted) vs. Northern Illinois

2. New Orleans—U. of Lousiana vs. Temple

3. Beef O’Brady’s (at-large)—Florida International vs. South Florida

4. BVAA Compass (at-large)—Western Kentucky vs. Cincinnati

 

W A C

Without Boise State, this league has fallen a couple notches this year.  Louisiana Tech will win the conference championship this week when they defeat New Mexico State in Ruston.

 

Hawaii will dismiss Tulane this week, but they must also beat BYU to secure a spot in the Hawaii Bowl.  We smell an at-large invitation being mailed out.

 

1. New Mexico—Louisiana Tech vs. Wyoming

2. Famous Idaho Potato—Nevada vs. Boise State

3. Poinsettia—Utah State vs. San Diego State

4. Hawaii—XXX

 

This Week’s PiRate Ratings

# Team PiRate
1 L S U 136.5
2 Alabama 135.0
3 Oregon 129.0
4 Southern Cal 127.1
5 Oklahoma 127.1
6 Stanford 127.1
7 Oklahoma St. 126.3
8 Arkansas 124.9
9 Wisconsin 124.1
10 TexasA&M 121.5
11 Boise St. 120.3
12 Michigan 119.7
13 Florida St. 119.1
14 Michigan St. 118.3
15 Georgia  117.8
16 Notre Dame 116.8
17 Houston 115.8
18 Missouri 114.9
19 Texas 114.6
20 S. Carolina 114.4
21 Kansas St. 114.2
22 T C U 114.1
23 Utah 112.8
24 California 112.8
25 Virginia Tech 112.3
26 Miami(FL) 112.3
27 Florida  111.8
28 Nebraska 111.4
29 Baylor 111.0
30 Tulsa 110.5
31 Arizona St. 110.0
32 B Y U 109.9
33 Clemson 109.6
34 Penn St. 108.4
35 Mississippi St. 108.1
36 U C L A 108.0
37 Ohio St. 107.4
38 Virginia 107.3
39 Vanderbilt 107.1
40 W. Virginia 107.0
41 Washington 107.0
42 Georgia Tech 106.4
43 Cincinnati 106.1
44 N. Carolina St. 105.9
45 Iowa 104.9
46 LouisianaTech 104.9
47 Oregon St. 104.9
48 Pittsburgh 104.6
49 Nevada 104.6
50 WakeForest 104.5
51 N. Carolina 104.2
52 Arizona 103.9
53 Auburn 103.6
54 Washington St. 103.6
55 Northwestern 103.4
56 Iowa St. 103.3
57 Southern Miss. 103.1
58 S. Florida 102.9
59 Tennessee 102.9
60 Illinois 102.0
61 Rutgers 102.0
62 BostonColl. 101.6
63 Louisville 101.5
64 Temple 99.6
65 Toledo 99.4
66 TexasTech 99.0
67 Purdue 98.6
68 Air Force 98.6
69 Utah St. 98.1
70 San Diego St. 97.1
71 Northern Illinois 96.6
72 Duke 96.1
73 Navy 95.4
74 Wyoming 95.2
75 Central Florida 94.6
76 Arkansas St. 94.5
77 Connecticut 94.0
78 Kentucky 93.7
79 Western Michigan 93.6
80 Hawaii 93.5
81 Minnesota 93.2
82 S M U 93.0
83 San Jose St. 92.8
84 Fresno St. 92.0
85 East Carolina 91.9
86 Colorado 91.6
87 Maryland 91.4
88 Syracuse 91.3
89 Miami(O) 90.6
90 Ole Miss 89.3
91 FloridaInt’l 89.1
92 OhioU 88.7
93 WesternKy. 88.6
94 Kansas 87.8
95 U T E P 86.1
96 UL-Lafayette 85.7
97 Colorado St. 85.4
98 Idaho 85.3
99 UL-Monroe 84.8
100 New Mexico St. 84.6
101 Marshall 84.4
102 Ball St. 83.4
103 Army 83.0
104 Rice 82.8
105 Bowling Green 82.7
106 U A B 82.2
107 Kent St. 81.7
108 Indiana 81.7
109 Eastern Michigan 80.4
110 North Texas 79.3
111 Buffalo 77.5
112 U N L V 77.4
113 Troy 76.9
114 Central Michigan 76.5
115 MiddleTennessee 72.8
116 New Mexico 71.1
117 Tulane 68.7
118 Memphis 68.2
119 FloridaAtlantic 61.8
120 Akron 59.1

 

By Conference

Atlantic Coast Conference

Atlantic Division

 

 

 

Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

FloridaState

5-3

7-4

119.1

Clemson

6-2

9-2

109.6

North CarolinaState

3-4

6-5

105.9

WakeForest

5-3

6-5

104.5

BostonCollege

2-5

3-8

101.6

Maryland

1-6

2-9

91.4

       
Coastal Division

 

 

 

Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Virginia Tech

6-1

10-1

112.3

Miami-FL

3-4

6-5

112.3

Virginia

5-2

8-3

107.3

Georgia Tech

5-3

8-3

106.4

North Carolina

2-5

6-5

104.2

Duke

1-6

3-8

96.1

 

Big East Conference

 

 

 

 

Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

West Virginia

3-2

7-3

107.0

Cincinnati

3-2

7-3

106.1

Pittsburgh

3-2

5-5

104.6

South Florida

1-4

5-5

102.9

Rutgers

4-2

8-3

102.0

Louisville

4-2

6-5

101.5

Connecticut

2-3

4-6

94.0

Syracuse

1-4

5-5

91.3

 

Big Ten

       
Leaders Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Wisconsin

5-2

9-2

124.1

PennState

6-1

9-2

108.4

OhioState

3-4

6-5

107.4

Illinois

2-5

6-5

102.0

Purdue

3-4

5-6

98.6

Indiana

0-7

1-10

81.7

       
Legends Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Michigan

5-2

9-2

119.7

MichiganState

6-1

9-2

118.3

Nebraska

4-3

8-3

111.4

Iowa

4-3

7-4

104.9

Northwestern

3-4

6-5

103.4

Minnesota

1-6

2-9

93.2

 

Big 12

       
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Oklahoma

5-2

8-2

127.1

OklahomaState

7-1

10-1

126.3

TexasA&M

4-4

6-5

121.5

Missouri

4-4

6-5

114.9

Texas

3-4

6-4

114.6

KansasState

6-2

9-2

114.2

Baylor

4-3

7-3

111.0

IowaState

3-4

6-4

103.3

TexasTech

2-6

5-6

99.0

Kansas

0-8

2-9

87.8

 

Conference USA

East Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Southern Mississippi

5-2

9-2

103.1

Central Florida

2-5

4-7

94.6

East Carolina

4-3

5-6

91.9

Marshall

4-3

5-6

84.4

U A B

3-5

3-8

82.2

Memphis

1-5

2-9

68.2

       
West Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Houston

7-0

11-0

115.8

Tulsa

7-0

8-3

110.5

S M U

4-3

6-5

93.0

U T E P

2-5

5-6

86.1

Rice

3-4

4-7

82.8

Tulane

1-7

2-10

68.7

 

Independents

       
Team

 

Overall

Rating

Notre Dame  

8-3

116.8

B Y U  

8-3

109.9

Navy  

4-7

95.4

Army  

3-8

83.0

 

Mid American Conference

East Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Temple

4-3

7-4

99.6

Miami(O)

3-4

4-7

90.6

OhioU

5-2

8-3

88.7

Bowling Green

2-5

4-7

82.7

Kent St.

4-3

5-6

81.7

Buffalo

2-5

3-8

77.5

Akron

0-7

1-10

59.1

       
West Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Toledo

6-1

7-4

99.4

Northern Illinois

6-1

8-3

96.6

Western Michigan

4-3

6-5

93.6

BallState

4-3

6-5

83.4

Eastern Michigan

4-3

6-5

80.4

Central Michigan

2-6

3-9

76.5

 

Mountain West Conference

       
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

BoiseState

4-1

9-1

120.3

T C U

6-0

9-2

114.1

Air Force

2-4

6-5

98.6

San DiegoState

3-3

6-4

97.1

Wyoming

4-1

7-3

95.2

ColoradoState

1-4

3-7

85.4

UNLV

1-4

2-8

77.4

New Mexico

1-5

1-10

71.1

 

Pac-12 Conference

       
North Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Oregon

7-1

9-2

129.0

Stanford

8-1

10-1

127.1

California

3-5

6-5

112.8

Washington

4-4

6-5

107.0

OregonState

3-5

3-8

104.9

WashingtonState

2-6

4-7

103.6

       
South Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

U S C

6-2

9-2

127.1

Utah

4-4

7-4

112.8

ArizonaState

4-4

6-5

110.0

U C L A

5-3

6-5

108.0

Arizona

2-6

3-8

103.9

Colorado

1-7

2-10

91.6

 

Southeastern Conference

East Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Georgia

7-1

9-2

117.8

South Carolina

6-2

9-2

114.4

Florida

3-5

6-5

111.8

Vanderbilt

2-6

5-6

107.1

Tennessee

1-6

5-6

102.9

Kentucky

1-6

4-7

93.7

       
West Division      
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

L S U

7-0

11-0

136.5

Alabama

6-1

10-1

135.0

Arkansas

6-1

10-1

124.9

MississippiState

1-6

5-6

108.1

Auburn

4-3

7-4

103.6

Ole Miss

0-7

2-9

89.3

 

Sunbelt Conference

       
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

ArkansasState

7-0

9-2

94.5

FloridaInternational

4-3

7-4

89.1

Western Kentucky

6-1

6-5

88.6

U.ofLouisiana

6-2

8-3

85.7

Louisiana-Monroe

2-5

3-8

84.8

North Texas

3-4

4-7

79.3

Troy

2-4

3-7

76.9

MiddleTennessee

1-5

2-8

72.8

FloridaAtlantic

0-7

0-10

61.8

 

Western Athletic Conference

       
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

LouisianaTech

5-1

7-4

104.9

Nevada

4-1

6-4

104.6

UtahState

3-2

5-5

98.1

Hawaii

3-4

5-6

93.5

San JoseState

2-4

4-7

92.8

FresnoState

3-3

4-7

92.0

Idaho

1-5

2-9

85.3

New MexicoState

2-3

4-7

84.6

 

 

This Week’s Games–PiRate Ratings

   

 

 

 

Tuesday, November 22  

PiRate Spread

 

 

Favorite Underdog

Score

Line

OHIO U Miami (O)

0.6

27-26

8 1/2

   

 

 

 

Thursday, November 24  

PiRate Spread

 

 

Favorite Underdog

Score

Line

TEXAS A&M Texas

9.9

34-24

8   

   

 

 

 

Friday, November 25  

PiRate Spread

 

 

Favorite Underdog

Score

Line

Bowling Green BUFFALO

2.7

27-24

-1 1/2

NORTHERN ILLINOIS Eastern Michigan

19.2

40-21

20   

TEMPLE Kent St.

20.4

30-10

17   

WESTERN MICHIGAN Akron

37.5

48-10

28   

Toledo BALL ST.

13.2

37-24

12 1/2

SOUTH FLORIDA Louisville

4.4

24-20

3   

Houston TULSA

2.3

37-35

3   

NEBRASKA Iowa

9.5

24-14

9 1/2

WEST VIRGINIA Pittsburgh

4.9

28-23

7   

L S U Arkansas

14.6

35-20

12 1/2

UTAH Colorado

24.2

38-14

20 1/2

MIAMI (FL) Boston College

14.2

27-13

14 ½

CENTRAL FLORIDA U t e p

11.5

35-23

10   

ARIZONA ST. California

0.2

27-27 to ot

5 ½

   

 

 

 

Saturday, November 26  

PiRate Spread

 

 

Favorite Underdog

Score

Line

MICHIGAN Ohio St.

15.3

24-9

8   

Missouri   (n) Kansas

27.1

41-14

23 ½

Rutgers CONNECTICUT

5.5

30-24

3   

Cincinnati SYRACUSE

11.8

31-19

3   

Michigan St. NORTHWESTERN

11.9

40-28

6 1/2

Purdue INDIANA

14.4

35-21

7 1/2

Illinois MINNESOTA

5.8

28-22

10 1/2

Georgia GEORGIA TECH

8.9

33-24

6   

WAKE FOREST Vanderbilt

0.4

28-28 to ot

-1 1/2

SOUTH CAROLINA Clemson

7.3

28-21

4   

NORTH CAROLINA ST. Maryland

17.5

35-17

12 1/2

NORTH CAROLINA Duke

10.1

34-24

13   

Tennessee KENTUCKY

6.2

20-14

8   

BOISE ST. Wyoming

28.1

45-17

32   

Nevada UTAH ST.

3.5

31-27

-1 1/2

S M U Rice

13.2

34-21

14   

Alabama AUBURN

28.4

41-13

21   

OREGON Oregon St.

27.1

48-21

28   

Virginia Tech VIRGINIA

2.0

22-20

5   

WISCONSIN Penn St.

18.7

31-12

14 1/2

Baylor     (n) Texas Tech

12.0

40-28

12 1/2

Florida St. FLORIDA

4.3

30-26

2 1/2

East Carolina MARSHALL

4.5

35-30

1   

LOUISIANA TECH New Mexico St.

13.3

31-18

19   

SOUTHERN MISS. Memphis

37.4

40-3

35 1/2

Air Force COLORADO ST.

10.7

31-20

16 1/2

WASHINGTON Washington St.

6.4

27-21

6 1/2

MISSISSIPPI ST. Ole Miss

21.8

35-13

17 1/2

STANFORD Notre Dame

13.3

34-21

6 1/2

FRESNO ST. San Jose St.

2.2

27-25

6 1/2

OKLAHOMA Iowa St.

26.8

45-18

28   

San Diego St. U N L V

17.2

34-17

15   

SOUTHERN CAL U c l a

21.1

38-17

14 1/2

HAWAII Tulane

28.8

42-13

18   

WESTERN KENTUCKY Troy

14.7

27-12

6 1/2

ARIZONA Louisiana-Lafayette

21.2

42-21

14   

Florida Int’l MIDDLE TENNESSEE

13.3

27-14

9   

U a b FLORIDA ATLANTIC

17.4

34-17

6 1/2

 

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