Jim Young / Associated Press Northwestern (3-3) at Rutgers (1-6), Dinner ET Rutgers had two finishes for eight laps with…
Jim Young / Associated Press
Northwestern (3-3) at Rutgers (1-6), Dinner ET
Rutgers had two finishes for eight laps with five interceptions in 17 trials last week. There is a new level of atrociousness. Northwestern’s defense defense is not good at No. 73 in total, but let’s be serious.
Prediction: Northwestern 35, Rutgers 1
Tulsa 1-5 in Arkansas (1-6), Dinner ET
Will Arkansas fans be encouraged after 30 plus points in subsequent games? Damage to several key players in crimes can tamper with optimism, but Tulsa has ceded 191-plus lap and two touchdowns on the ground for five straight trips.
Prediction: Arkansas 31, Tulsa 17
Miami, Ohio (3-4) at Army (4-2), Dinner ET
Failure to Maintain Driving Berries about trouble against the army. Miami has transformed no more than 41.7 percent of his third try in any game. Despite a strong defense, Army’s high volume will break down RedHawks.
Prediction: Army 28, Miami 21
North Carolina (1-4) in Syracuse (4-2), 12: 20.00 ET
Remember when Syracuse was a Thing? Orange fought offensive in subsequent road losses to Clemson and Pitt, who fell out of the national call.
Prediction: Syracuse 34, North Carolina 24
Idaho State (4-2) at Liberty (3-3), 2pm ET
Flying well under the radar is This FCS vs FBS summary summarizes the defense option that plays the weekend. Idaho State has scored 40 points three times and received 40 plus in three outings. Liberty also has three and three. We will give the edge to Flames quarterback Stephen Calvert, but it will not be a blowout.
Prediction: Liberty 48, Idaho State 38
Bowling Green (1-6) in Ohio (3-3), 2pm ET
If you believe in the afterburner, Bowling Green is heading for a win after sharing with Mike Jinks on Sunday. Since Ohio has No. 122 Defense – a place before Bowling Green – it is at least feasible. But Bobcats can survive Falcons if the running game regains its shape in mid September.
Prediction: Ohio 38, Bowling Green 31
Utah State (5-1) in Wyoming (2-5), 2:30 pm ET
This is easy: Only Alabama gets more than Utah State 51.7 points per race, and Wyoming has the lowest average per game (15.4) for Rutgers. The Aggies will not have any problems along the way.
Prediction: Utah State 48, Wyoming 14
Florida Atlantic (3-3) at Marshall (4-2), 2:30 p.m. ET
Will the appropriate game travel? FAU quarterback Chris Robison is on average only 145 meters on the road compared to 327 at home. Marshall’s defense is ranked 12 in the country, so Robinson’s performance will shape the outcome. We think it will be fine.
Prediction: Florida Atlantic 34, Marshall 31
Charlotte (3-3) at Middle Tennessee (3-3), 3 p.m. ET
If your birthday wish was Brent Stockstill to be healthy in 2018, I’m sad to disappoint. The senior is uncertain on Saturday due to a left foot injury. Without him, the Blue Raiders will not have the transient game to overcome Charlottes excellent defense.
Prediction: Charlotte 27, Middle Tennessee 20
Eastern Michigan (3-4) in Ball State (3-4), 3 pm ET
After four straight possessions of One possession, Eastern Michigan returned to the victory’s column against Toledo last week. The eagles increased to a 28-3 lead thanks to the mobility of the quarterback Mike Glass III, whose early exit is a problem. There is no sign that he is out so Glass can benefit from a consistent average ball state defense.
Prediction: Eastern Michigan 26, Ball State 21
Western Michigan (5-2) at Central Michigan (1-6), 3 pm ET
Central Michigan does not enough points to give a threat. Perhaps the motivation of a rivalry in a lost season will drive Chippewas, which is adequately defensive. But predicting there would be a great deal of unjustified belief in the country’s fourth worst crime.
Prediction: Western Michigan 30, Central Michigan 17