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College Football Predictions Week 9 – 2016

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Using our predictive formula we’ve predicted every college football game on the board in week 9 including Clemson at Florida State, Michigan at Michigan State, West Virginia at Oklahoma State, Miami at Notre Dame, Nebraska at Wisconsin and Georgia at Florida.

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College Football Predictions – Week 9

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October 27, 2016
TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
103 Ohio 31% 24 56.5
104 Toledo 69% 37 -17
105 Akron 62% 32 -17.5
106 Buffalo 38% 24 58
107 Virginia Tech 56% 34 -4
108 Pittsburgh 44% 31 61
109 Appalachian State 52% 25 -5
110 Georgia Southern 48% 24 45.5
111 California 38% 30 70.5
112 Southern Cal 62% 38 -15

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October 28, 2016
TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
113 Navy 38% 28 68
114 South Florida 62% 36 -8
115 San Diego State 56% 28 -6
116 Utah State 44% 24 46.5
117 Air Force 64% 34 -13.5
118 Fresno State 36% 24 53.5

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October 29, 2016
TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
119 Miami (OH) 41% 24 50
120 Eastern Michigan 59% 30 -7
121 Connecticut 49% 26 51.5
122 East Carolina 51% 27 -7
123 New Mexico State 17% 21 69.5
124 Texas A&M 83% 43 -43.5
125 Middle Tennessee St. 63% 36 -17
126 Florida International 37% 28 64.5
127 Western Kentucky 69% 39 -21.5
128 Florida Atlantic 31% 26 67
129 Cincinnati 35% 23 54
130 Temple 65% 33 -7
131 Army 48% 20 41.5
132 Wake Forest 52% 22 -6.5
133 Minnesota 58% 27 -6
134 Illinois 42% 22
135 Texas Tech 43% 37 84.5
136 TCU 57% 42 -8.5
137 Kansas 12% 23 68
138 Oklahoma 88% 48 -40.5
139 Penn State 62% 33 -11.5
140 Purdue 38% 25 56.5
141 Maryland 49% 24 51
142 Indiana 51% 25 -5
143 Louisville 76% 43 -30
144 Virginia 24% 25 69
145 Georgia State 40% 20
146 South Alabama 60% 26 -3.5
147 Kent State 36% 21 45.5
148 Central Michigan 64% 31 -14.5
149 Clemson 58% 31 -4.5
150 Florida State 42% 26 60.5
151 Kansas State 58% 31 -6.5
152 Iowa State 42% 26 49.5
153 Boston College 35% 19
154 North Carolina State 65% 29 -15
155 West Virginia 52% 30 -4
156 Oklahoma State 48% 29 65
157 Miami (FL) 51% 27 -2.5
158 Notre Dame 49% 26 59
159 Baylor 54% 34 -3
160 Texas 46% 31 68.5
161 Tulsa 34% 28 72
162 Memphis 66% 39 -6.5
163 SMU 46% 25 51.5
164 Tulane 54% 28 -2.5
165 Washington State 69% 37 -13.5
166 Oregon State 31% 24 57.5
167 Stanford 54% 26 -5.5
168 Arizona 46% 23 47.5
169 Northwestern 22% 19 52
170 Ohio State 78% 37 -25
171 Nebraska 44% 20 43
172 Wisconsin 56% 24 -9
173 Marshall 34% 28 64.5
174 Southern Miss 66% 39 -16.5
175 Duke 39% 19 48.5
176 Georgia Tech 61% 27 -6.5
177 Georgia 31% 17 43.5
178 Florida 69% 30 -7.5
179 Auburn 60% 33 -4
180 Mississippi 40% 26 63
181 Tennessee 52% 25 -13
182 South Carolina 48% 24 50.5
183 Central Florida 36% 26 56.5
184 Houston 64% 35 -9
185 Rice 23% 23 72
186 Louisiana Tech 77% 41 -28
187 Boise State 56% 32 -13.5
188 Wyoming 44% 28 61.5
189 North Texas 44% 26 53.5
190 Texas-San Antonio 56% 30 -3.5
191 Kentucky 43% 28 68
192 Missouri 57% 33 -3.5
193 Louisiana-Monroe 35% 23 56
194 Arkansas State 65% 33 -20
195 Old Dominion 58% 32 -4
196 UTEP 42% 27 55.5
197 Michigan 83% 39 -23
198 Michigan State 17% 17 54
199 Washington 65% 35 -10
200 Utah 35% 25 51
201 Arizona State 48% 38 78.5
202 Oregon 52% 39 -7.5
203 UNLV 55% 29 -3
204 San Jose State 45% 26 57.5
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College Football Playoff Predictions – Week 9 2016

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As we head to the second half of the 2016 college football season, it’s time to look ahead to the College Football Playoff.  We project the four teams the committee will select and use our proprietary formula to predict the semi-finals and national championship game.

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We know the committee will pick four conference champions.  Talk of two teams from one conference just isn’t going to happen unless two of the Power 5 conferences totally collapse and have a four loss champion.

The Big XII’s resume is severely lacking this year.  Oklahoma looks to be the favorite in that conference but losses to Houston and Ohio State, make the Sooners highly unlikely to make the playoff.

That leaves the other four, Power 5 conferences to be considered for the playoff.

ACC

A lot could change this weekend with Clemson’s visit to Florida State but the Tigers of Clemson have the resume to make the college football playoff this season.  While Clemson hasn’t been quite as impressive as they were expected to be this season, they’re still undefeated.

The Big Ten

After Penn State’s upset of Ohio State, undefeated Michigan becomes the favorite in the conference.  The Buckeyes will have their chance to still make it to playoff but with the Wolverines sitting undefeated they’re the pick from the Big Ten for the playoff.

Pac-12

The Pac-12 has a clear front runner in Washington.  The Huskies have been lighting up the scoreboard in 2016.  They have to hope the rival Washington State continues to win and could boost their quality wins and improve their seed.

SEC

Alabama seems to have eliminated all other contenders.  They’ve been running over the competition this year and are far and above the pack of the SEC right now.  Auburn is surging and could make the Iron Bowl very interesting this year.

College Football Playoff – Final Four

We’ve given you the final four, Clemson (ACC), Michigan (Big Ten), Washington (Pac-12) and Alabama (SEC).  Now it’s time to seed them.

4 – Washington Huskies (Pac-12)

The Huskies are the clear four seed.  The non-conference schedule was weak and they’re in need of good wins.  They have the chance the rest of the year but the resume right now is the weakest of the four.

3 – Michigan (Big Ten)

Michigan’s win over Colorado gets better by the week.  They have a win over Wisconsin that looks solid but isn’t

2 – Clemson (ACC)

Clemson gets the nod over Michigan right now because of the wins.  They have good wins over Louisville and Auburn.  A win over Florida State this weekend keeps building a strong case for them over Michigan.

1 – Alabama Crimson Tide (SEC)

The Tide have crushed top 10 teams and seem to be rolling through the 2016 season outside of Ole Miss.  They still have hurdles to make it perfect through the season but they’ve set themselves above the rest of the field as the top seed for the playoff.

So who wins these College Football Playoff Semi-Finals and goes on to win the national championship?

Alabama vs. Washington – Semi-final #1

TEAM WIN % SCORE
Washington 43% 28
Alabama 57% 33

Clemson vs. Michigan – Semi-final #2

TEAM WIN % SCORE
Michigan 60% 29
Clemson 40% 23

Alabama vs. Michigan – National Championship

TEAM WIN % SCORE
Michigan 50% 27
Alabama 50% 28

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