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Week 8 Football Predictions, 10/23/2010

For those who are interested - below the flip are my selection of picks today's Patriot League football games being played.

For my picks of the rest of the week, click here to visit the College Sporting News and read: "How A Sixth-Stringer Won the Day for Richmond", where I pick the Sports Network Top 25.

Since my life has become a crucible of craziness, I'm reverting to doing "one-line analysis" of my picks these days. Last week, I went 5-1, putting me at 28-12 on the year. Let's keep the good times rolling. (more)


Colgate 31, Holy Cross 21 - The Crusaders, last year's Patriot League champs, are not the same team after losing QB Dominic Randolph to graduation.

Georgetown 28, Sacred Heart 24 - The Hoyas should rebound - have to rebound - after two excruciating losses off of "pick sixes". Besides, this will help the Patriot League's GPI - call this the "GPI" bowl.

Lafayette 24, Fordham 21 - In this battle of dysfunctional teams, the least dysfunctional team wins.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Wow, holy cross is not the same team, quite an observation
van said…
Yep, they won off of turnovers and special teams. For sure not the same team, but still able to win if the other team makes those kind of errors.

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