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Ahead of the Point Spread: Rife With Opinions Week 2

Locks Break From Gate With Unbeaten Week One


A year ago, with Gil Lock rumblin’, bumblin’, stumblin’ so much that his family came to his rescue, it couldn’t have happened. Any thought of an unbeaten week was pure fantasy. However, in 2010, it’s exactly how the Lock family, Gil, Jill and Pad, started the season. Now, while we don’t expect to see the same kind of success throughout the season, we here at are starting to expect much from Rino Rife Sports Handicappers as they seem to have their fingers on the pulse of college football. Here’s how they see the campaign’s second week.

Ahead of the Point Spread: Rife With Opinions- Bowl Edition

Champs Sports Bowl- (12/29-8PM-ESPN) Miami – 2 1/2 over Wisconsin
Insight Bowl- (12/31-6PM-NFL Network) Iowa State +3 over Minnesota
Outback Bowl- (1/1-11AM-ESPN) Auburn -8 over Northwestern
Capital One Bowl- (1/1-1PM-ABC) LSU +2 1/2 over Penn State
Rose Bowl- (1/1-4:30PM-ABC) Oregon – 3 1/2 over Ohio State
Alamo Bowl- (1/2-9PM-ESPN) Texas Tech – 6 1/2 over Michigan State
Orange Bowl- (1/5-8PM-FOX) Georgia Tech – 3 1/2 over Iowa

Ahead of the Point Spread: Rife With Opinions- Week 6

Why is Penn State so highly rated every year? Are the voters just nice to the coach because he’s been at Penn State longer than the smell of the cow chips? Whatever the reason, there’s no way they should be favored by this much. Their record is 1-1 vs. college teams and 4-0 vs. high school teams. Last week they crushed Eastern Illinois of the powerful Ohio Valley Conference. Eastern Illinois? In Week 7? Gimme a break. Paterno’s boys are a fraud, as is the big spread. Go with the Gophers.

Close Calls and Big Hits Mark Life In The SEC

Three conference matchups this week gave a bit of a preview as to just how tough this season may be in the SEC. While Alabama cruised past Arkansas, Mississippi State came up less than a yard short of knocking off #5 LSU in Baton Rouge…

Big Ten Football

2009 BIG TEN FOOTBALL PREVIEW Years ago, the Big Ten was referred to as the Big Two and the Little Eight as Ohio State and Michigan staged perennial battles for league supremacy.  As the NCAA tightened roster limits and scholarships, other schools began to establish their own cycles of dominance, among them Michigan State, Iowa […]

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