Friday, August 11, 2017

Week Zero and Week One FBS and FCS Straight Up Winner Picks

With Week Zero quickly approaching, it's time to unveil my straight up winner picks for FBS and FCS games for the opening weeks of the 2017 college football season!

Week Zero (August 26 and 27)
Colorado State over Oregon State
BYU over Portland State
Hawaii over U Mass
USF over San Jose State
Stanford over Rice
FCS Games
Texas Southern over Florida A&M
Jacksonville State over Chattanooga
Cal Poly over Colgate
Sam Houston State over Richmond
Week One (August 31-September 4)
UCF over FIU
Wake Forest over Presbyterian
Cincinnati over Austin Peay
Minnesota over Buffalo
Georgia State over Tennessee State
Toledo over Elon
Central Michigan over Rhode Island
Oklahoma State over Tulsa
U Conn over Holy Cross
Utah over North Dakota
Ohio State over Indiana
Arkansas over Florida A&M
Memphis over UL-Monroe
Idaho over Sacramento State
Arizona State over New Mexico State
Army over Fordham
Eastern Michigan over Charlotte
Syracuse over Central Connecticut State
Navy over FAU
Colorado over Colorado State
Washington over Rutgers
Wisconsin over Utah State
Northern Illinois over Boston College

North Texas over Lamar
Baylor over Liberty
New Mexico over Abilene Christian
Fresno State over Incarnate Word
Hawaii over Western Carolina
San Jose State over Cal Poly
Air Force over VMI
Missouri over Missouri State
Illinois over Ball State
Wyoming over Iowa
Michigan State over Bowling Green
Penn State over Akron
Texas over Maryland
Clemson over Kent State
North Carolina over California
Miami over Bethune-Cookman
Pittsburgh over Youngstown State
Oregon State over Portland State
NC State over South Carolina
Florida over Michigan
Notre Dame over Temple
Oklahoma over UTEP
Northwestern over Nevada
UAB over Alabama A&M
Virginia over William & Mary
Boise State over Troy
USF over Stony Brook
Eastern Washington over Texas Tech
Kentucky over Southern Mississippi
Mississippi State over Charleston Southern
USC over Western Michigan
Duke over North Carolina Central
James Madison over East Carolina
Old Dominion over Albany
Georgia over Appalachian State
Marshall over Miami (Ohio)
Ohio over Hampton
UL-Lafayette over SE Louisiana
Texas State over Houston Baptist
Kansas over SE Missouri State
Houston over UTSA
Western Kentucky over Eastern Kentucky
Louisiana Tech over Northwestern State
SMU over Stephen F Austin
Tulane over Grambling
Coastal Carolina over U Mass
Kansas State over Central Arkansas
Auburn over Georgia Southern
Ole Miss over South Alabama
Louisville over Purdue
Nebraska over Arkansas State
TCU over Jackson State
Alabama over Florida State
Iowa State over Northern Iowa
Middle Tennessee over Vanderbilt
Oregon ovr Southern Utah
San Diego State over UC Davis
UNLV over Howard
LSU over BYU
Washington State over Montana State
Arizona over Northern Arizona
Texas A&M over UCLA
West Virginia over Virginia Tech
Georgia Tech over Tennessee


Morehead State over Kentucky Christian
Wagner over St. Anselm
Delaware over Delaware State
New Hampshire over Maine
Eastern Illinois over Indiana State
Samford over Kennesaw State
Campbell over Methodist
Mercer over Jacksonville
Western Illinois over Tennessee Tech
UT-Martin over Clarion
Murray State over Kentucky Wesleyan
South Dakota State over Duquesne
McNeese State over Nicholls State
Idaho State over Western Oregon

Dayton over Robert Morris
St. Francis over Lock Haven
Villanova over Lehigh
Montana over Valporaiso
Monmouth over Lafayette
Bryant over Merrimack
North Dakota State over Mississippi Valley State
Northern Colorado over College of Idaho
San Diego over Western New Mexico
Towson over Morgan State
Norfolk State over Virginia State
Wofford over Furman
Citadel over Newberry
Sacred Heart over Stetson
Bucknell over Marist
North Carolina A&T over Gardner-Webb
Alcorn State over Miles
South Dakota over Drake
East Tennessee State over Limestone
Davidson over Brevard
Arkansas-Pine Bluff over Morehouse
Illinois State over Butler
Weber State over Montana Western
Alabama State over Tuskegee

South Carolina State over Southern

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