DouBle B’s CFB Picks 2014 Week 4: Weekend Edition

Auburn made me 1-0 this week after Thursday’s triumph, lets see how the rest go…

I’ve gotta get ready for work soon, so lets just get to it, shall we? By the way look for Hawk’s 2014 NFL Picks Week 3 Edition tomorrow as well. To look at his week 2 predictions go HERE.

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DouBle B’s CFB Picks 2014 – Week 3: Weekend Edition

Thursday Friday CFB Picks went 2-0, lets see how I do on the weekend…

 

Who’s ready for another (semi) thrilling week of College Football? The reason for the (semi) is that by my count its the third straight week we’re not seeing too many great matchups on paper. Welllllll…

Week 2 Analysis:

(Last week rank in parenthesis)

The Big Ten SUCKED. Big time.

(7) Michigan State had an opportunity to make a gigantic statement against (3) Oregon, and they did. Well, maybe not gigantic, but the Spartans surely did make a statement: that maybe they’re just not good enough to be included amongst the four teams in the College Football Playoff. Maybe.

Or maybe Oregon is really that good. They’ll be tested for a couple times, but GD I would love to see a Pac-12 title game of undefeated Oregon and (14) USC squads. Speaking of the Trojans, they pulled out a 13-10 dub against (13) Stanford in very dramatic fashion. I can’t hate Coach Sark for going back there. I love the Trojans.

Back to my point that the Big Ten sucked:

Michigan got shut out for the first time since 1984, 31-0, against (16) Notre Dame no less. Boo.

(8) Ohio State got handled by unranked Virginia Tech 35-21. I think it coulda happened even with Braxton Miller.

(19) Nebraska barely escaped McNeese State, but there was a fantastic game winning td by Ameer Abdullah.

Anyways, I need to get these picks done. But first, check out some high school highlights from a current true freshman who might just be the next great college (and future NFL) receiver, Baylor’s KD Cannon, who I had another big game tonight in a 63-21 Bears victory over Buffalo. His totals through three games: 13 catches,  453 yards, and 5 touchdowns.

Click the link below the video to see my picks for Week 3.

I don’t know how I did in Week 1, but you should research that for me.

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DouBle B’s CFB Picks 2014 – Week 1: Weekend Edition

Yesterday I gave you my Friday CFB picks, today its the rest of the weekend’s top 25 action… DouBle-Bs-CFB-Picks-2014-Week-1

Welcome to the Friday and Saturday editions of College Football Picks, Week 1. I’m actually very short on time tonight and will be busy at my new job tomorrow, so Im gonna post the Saturday editions rapid fire style. Next week I’m planning on running the fully, but I can’t promise anything as I’m still in training at said new job.

In the meantime, check out this pretty sweet video I just found of last year’s Heisman winner Jameis Winston‘s college debut against Pitt last season. It even has video of the fabled spring game where he was so good the presumed starting quarterback left the school four days later.

Click the link below the video to see my pick for Friday’s game between Michigan State and Jacksonville State.

CLICK HERE FOR THE CFB PICKS FOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 29th

DouBle B’s CFB Picks 2014 – Week 1: Thursday Edition

HEEEEEEEELLLLS YES, COLLEGE FOOTBALL IS BACK!

I know I’m excited to start making my top 25 picks + the Washington Huskies and WSU Cougars (no matter what on those last two, even if they’re not in the top 25). DouBle-Bs-CFB-Picks-2014-Week-1

I’m running short on time, buuuuut lets go ahead and look at Bleacher Report‘s season outlook on my Huskies before we get going with the picks for todays action. Look for the rest of the top 25 CFB picks before UCLA and Virginia kick off Saturday.

CLICK HERE FOR THE CFB PICKS FOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 28th