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 739 RAPTORS
 740 NETS
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4/24/2014 8:10 PM(et)
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CFB - Never look ahead

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Don't Look Back was a documentary about Bob Dylan and his tour through England back in 1964. It is also a phrase people use to keep their minds focused on the task ahead rather than getting caught up in the past.

Which brings us to today's topic of "looking ahead." Keeping your eye on the future is usually much more important than being focused on previous events, but in college football it's a fate worse than death.

What happened last Saturday was a perfect example: four teams in the top seven were flat as a pancake the week before the "big game." Oklahoma and Texas both lost prior to this Saturday's Red River Shootout, while Florida was upset at home by Auburn and LSU struggled against Tulane prior to their showdown in Baton Rouge.

The Sooners, 23-point favorites at Colorado, led the Buffaloes 24-10 heading to the fourth quarter, but lost the game in the final seconds when Kevin Eberhart nailed a 45-yard field goal on the last play of the game.

After averaging 564 yards in their first four games, the Sooners were only able to muster 230 against Colorado. The Buffaloes pass defense was superb, holding Sam Bradford to eight completions in 19 attempts for 112 yards and two interceptions. Colorado had previously displayed a penchant for stopping the passing game as Arizona State, Florida State and Miami-Ohio had combined for only 38 for 87 - a 44% completion rate.

One trend that could have been used in this contest was the "conference home underdog" angle. The Buffaloes were getting a ton of points at home vs. a league foe, a proposition that proved to be successful on multiple occasions this past Saturday. Washington covered at home vs. USC, Minnesota did the same against Ohio State and the Northwestern Wildcats, who led Michigan at home going into the final 15 minutes, lost 28-16, but covered the 17-point number. And don't forget South Florida's home win over West Virginia on Friday night.

Texas, just like its Big 12 rival, fell victim to looking ahead as Kansas State came into Austin and wiped the floor with the Longhorns. Colt McCoy had a pitiful afternoon competing less than 50% of his tosses with four interceptions. Texas has now failed to cover four of its last five years in the game prior to Oklahoma.

There is another big game this weekend besides the Longhorns vs. the Sooners and it comes from the SEC. Unfortunately, both teams were not that prepared to play the previous Saturday, so this Florida-LSU contest has lost a lot of its luster.

The Gators took on an Auburn squad that had been one of the most disappointing clubs in the nation. Florida was home and favored by 17.5 points, but the Tigers dominated early, getting out to a 14-0 halftime lead on two TDs on three first half drives. The Gators looked flat, but picked up their game in the second half, scoring 17 points to tie it with less than five minutes remaining. The Tigers, though, got the last laugh as Wes Byrum booted home a 43-yarder on the last play to deflate the reigning national champs.

LSU didn't bring its "A-game" to the Superdome either, as Tulane enjoyed a lead until the final seconds of the first half when Colt David nailed a FG to give the Tigers a 10-9 halftime advantage. LSU pulled away in the second half for the 25-point win, but it wasn't anywhere near enough since the Green Wave were getting over 40 points.

LAST WEEK'S RESULTS AND THE NEW TOP 10

Not a good week as Indiana was the only winner. At least the Hoosiers won the game outright. The record now stands at 19-17-1.

The Top 10 has a huge western flavor as five of the ten teams reside in the Pac-10. Both California and UCLA move into the rankings for the first time, but other than those two clubs, no new schools made the jump.

1) LSU, 105.5; 1) Oklahoma, 105.5; 3) USC, 103.5; 4) West Virginia, 100.5; 5) Ohio State, 99.5; 6) California, 96.5; 6) Oregon, 96.5; 8) UCLA, 95.5; 8) Boston College, 95.5; 10) Arizona State, 94.5

WEEK SIX PLAYS

Get ready because a huge week is upon us with multiple top plays, beginning with Virginia Tech at Clemson. The Hokies will be getting their first true test since bowing out early vs. LSU. Incidentally, it seems every game has been a test for them since they have failed to cover any of their four lined games. Freshman quarterback Tyrod Taylor has completed just over 50% of his passes with only one touchdown and that came vs. William and Mary. In two starts against FBS schools, he's led Virginia Tech to just 17 points vs. North Carolina and 28 against Ohio.

Good luck, Mr. Taylor, this Saturday in Death Valley against Clemson. The Tigers defense has already recorded five sacks vs. Florida State and six at Georgia Tech. I can't imagine what the "D" will do at home against a V-Tech offensive line that has allowed seven sacks total in its last two games, and at least three in four of its five this season.

The Tigers are 3-0 at home this year and would love nothing more than to pound Virginia Tech after the Hokies crushed them 24-7 on national television last October.

Take Clemson minus the points.

Game two pits Rutgers at home against Cincinnati. If this game were played a couple of weeks ago, I would have picked the Scarlet Knights to walk off the field with a slight victory. However, since that time, the Bearcats had to travel to the west coast for a meaningless game with San Diego State and now have to come all the way East to New Jersey to take on a Rutgers squad not in the best of moods after falling at home to Maryland.

The Knights had to bounce back twice last season after two losses, and both times recorded easy wins. They dumped Kansas State in the Texas Bowl after losing to West Virginia the last week of the regular season and prior to that, beat up on Syracuse, 38-7 after losing to Cincinnati on the road.

Rutgers remembers that game vs. the Bearcats extremely well, as the Knights could only gain 50 rushing yards on 21 carries, the only time they failed to gain 100 on the ground all year. Now the tables are turned as the 'Cats come to New Brunswick as the undefeated squad trying to get national attention. Their play has been quite a story this year with five blowout victories along with a +14 turnover ratio. Unfortunately, this Saturday it all will come crashing down as the Scarlet Knights exact revenge for last year's upset.

Take Rutgers minus the points.

Maryland upset Rutgers last week, and now the 3-2 Terrapins come back home to take on 3-2 Georgia Tech. The Yellow Jackets had lost two straight with an unhealthy Tashard Choice, but bounced back in a big way last week crushing Clemson at home. Choice, who was still not 100% for the game, rushed for 145 yards on 32 carries, and the defense shut down Clemson the final three quarters to win, 13-3.

The "D" was the story, giving up just 228 total yards and recording six sacks. The Yellow Jackets now have 21 sacks in five games and will push the Maryland offensive line around the entire game. Tech has given up 100 rushing yards just once this season, which doesn't bode well for the Terps, who run the ball 66% of the time.

Take Georgia Tech minus the points.

Conference USA presents a solid betting opportunity this Saturday when Tulsa heads out to El Paso, Texas to take on UTEP. The Miners, 3-2 on the year, 2-0 at home, are 12-2 in the first four home games the last three years under Mike Price. The only two losses came to Top 25-ranked teams in Texas Tech and Boise State.

UTEP's rushing attack gives them ample opportunities to match strides with Tulsa, as the Miners have rushed for 200 yards or more in three of their five games. They have also averaged over 4.5 yards per carry and have thrown for over 200 yards in four of the five.

This will be the Golden Hurricane's first road game since opening the season at UL-Monroe, a game they trailed at halftime. They have also lost three of their last four away from home going back to last year. Their defense, usually rock-solid, especially against the pass, has been nothing of the sort this season. After giving up an average of 297 total yards per game in 2006, they have allowed an average of 482 this season.

Going up against a UTEP team that will look to run at every opportunity is not what Tulsa will appreciate since the Hurricane have not given up less than 157 rushing yards per game.

Take the Miners plus the points at home.

Oregon State continued its ineffectiveness at quarterback as Sean Canfield threw two more picks against UCLA, bringing his total to 11 in five games. Backup Lyle Moevao has thrown four in just 43 passes. Take away the game vs. Idaho State, and OSU quarterbacks have 15 picks in four FBS games.

Yvenson Bernard has carried the offense averaging 100 yards per game, but Arizona's run defense has been superb holding all but California to 3.3 yards per carry or less. The only way the Beavers can win this game is if Canfield doesn't turn the ball over, which will be almost impossible based on his past performances.

It took many weeks for the Wildcats offense to explode with the new spread formation, but going against Washington State was the tonic they needed. Running back Nicolas Grigsby picked up 262 all-purpose yards, tops in U of A history for freshmen. The offense won't have to produce a ton of yards since Canfield will help them get decent field position with a few errant throws.

Take Arizona plus the points.

Six other plays are worthy of action including Georgia getting the win at Tennessee, Kansas plus the points vs. Kansas State, LSU minus the points in a blowout of Florida, Oklahoma gets the best of Texas by at least two touchdowns, Vanderbilt covers the number vs. Auburn and Illinois continues its winning ways with a TD victory over Wisconsin.

10/2/2007 3:39:08 PM