Missouri  vs Alabama

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Missouri  vs Alabama

Halfway through the season and there’s no doubt that Alabama has been head and shoulders better than every other team in college football. The efficiency of the offense combined with the disruptiveness of the defense has made Nick Saban’s team look truly unstoppable. The next team to try what appears to be impossible is Missouri. And the game is in Tuscaloosa.

At some point, Alabama’s offense will hiccup. Nothing can go on forever. The only question now is which team — which defense — finds a weakness and takes advantage of it? Can it be Mizzou? The Tigers are 12th in the SEC in points allowed per game. So, no, that seems unlikely.

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Date: Saturday, Oct. 13 | Time: 7 p.m. ET
Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium — Tuscaloosa, Alabama
TV: ESPN | Live stream: WatchESPN

Storylines
Alabama: Can Alabama’s offense keep up the absurd numbers? Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is averaging 14.8 yards per passing attempt. To put that ridiculous number into more context, Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield averaged 11.5 yards per attempt during last year’s Heisman Trophy winning season — and that was a NCAA FBS record. It’s also ahead of Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray, who is averaging 13.8 yards per attempt this season. Tagovailoa has 18 touchdowns vs. just 25 incompletions and zero interceptions on just 16.8 attempts per game. This is truly historic efficiency we’re talking about here.

Missouri: Conversely, can the Tigers do anything to stop Alabama’s offense? Yes, Missouri can play shootout, but not nearly well enough to keep up with Bama at this rate. What’s so dangerous about the Tide is how accurate Tagovailoa is with his ball placement. Even if Mizzou can get pressure on him or defend well, there’s been almost no defense for how well he leads his receivers.

Game prediction, picks
Alabama has been on the right end of so many blowouts it’s become almost impossible to find a trend against the spread. However, The Crimson Tide haven’t covered in their last two conference games. Missouri has the offense to at least put up points, even if some are in garbage time. Pick: Missouri +28.5

Georgia vs LSU

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LSU suffered its first loss of an otherwise impressive 2018 when it fell in Gainesville last week. That isn’t enough to crush head coach Ed Orgeron’s SEC title hopes — but a loss on Saturday against No. 2 Georgia would be.

Last week’s loss to Florida relinquished the Tigers’ claim to the top spot in the SEC West, and another could push Alabama out of reach even with a win over the Crimson Tide in November. They’ll have their mettle tested against a Bulldog team whose closest win in a 6-0 start was a 14-point triumph over Missouri.

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Georgia’s overpowering offense has made last year’s run to the National Championship Game look like no fluke, even without Sony Michel or Nick Chubb in the lineup. Jake Fromm’s averaging more than 10.5 yards per pass this fall and has recorded a 12:2 TD:INT ratio, while a tailback platoon led by Elijah Holyfield and D’Andre Swift is racking up nearly 250 yards per game on six yards per carry. On Saturday, they’ll have to show out against UGA’s toughest test of the season so far — an LSU defense that’s already survived tests against two top-10 opponents to start its season.

The Bulldogs are the No. 2 team in the AP poll and No. 3 in the latest round of the S&P+ rankings. LSU sits at No. 19, as the computers clearly aren’t impressed with the Tigers’ early wins over Auburn and Miami as voters are. LSU is playing at home, has faced a tougher schedule so far, and has already beaten two top-10 teams in 2018. The spread says it’s a bad idea, but let’s say the Tigers win this one thanks to a late Cole Tracy field goal.

  • Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA
  • TV: CBS
  • Streaming: SEC on CBS, fuboTV
  • Odds: Georgia is favored by 7.5 points.

Georgia’s had a relatively easy path to 6-0, but that road winds through some icy, mountainous roads en route to another berth in the College Football Playoff. LSU is the beginning of a four-game stretch where the Bulldogs will face nothing but ranked opponents, including Florida, Kentucky, and UMass Auburn. Losing in Death Valley could be the start of a spiral for UGA — but a win could be a launchpad that leads the team to an even better finish than 2017’s.

LSU vs Georgia

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LSU vs Georgia

LSU suffered its first loss of an otherwise impressive 2018 when it fell in Gainesville last week. That isn’t enough to crush head coach Ed Orgeron’s SEC title hopes — but a loss on Saturday against No. 2 Georgia would be.

Last week’s loss to Florida relinquished the Tigers’ claim to the top spot in the SEC West, and another could push Alabama out of reach even with a win over the Crimson Tide in November. They’ll have their mettle tested against a Bulldog team whose closest win in a 6-0 start was a 14-point triumph over Missouri.

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Georgia’s overpowering offense has made last year’s run to the National Championship Game look like no fluke, even without Sony Michel or Nick Chubb in the lineup. Jake Fromm’s averaging more than 10.5 yards per pass this fall and has recorded a 12:2 TD:INT ratio, while a tailback platoon led by Elijah Holyfield and D’Andre Swift is racking up nearly 250 yards per game on six yards per carry. On Saturday, they’ll have to show out against UGA’s toughest test of the season so far — an LSU defense that’s already survived tests against two top-10 opponents to start its season.

The Bulldogs are the No. 2 team in the AP poll and No. 3 in the latest round of the S&P+ rankings. LSU sits at No. 19, as the computers clearly aren’t impressed with the Tigers’ early wins over Auburn and Miami as voters are. LSU is playing at home, has faced a tougher schedule so far, and has already beaten two top-10 teams in 2018. The spread says it’s a bad idea, but let’s say the Tigers win this one thanks to a late Cole Tracy field goal.

  • Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA
  • TV: CBS
  • Streaming: SEC on CBS, fuboTV
  • Odds: Georgia is favored by 7.5 points.

Georgia’s had a relatively easy path to 6-0, but that road winds through some icy, mountainous roads en route to another berth in the College Football Playoff. LSU is the beginning of a four-game stretch where the Bulldogs will face nothing but ranked opponents, including Florida, Kentucky, and Auburn. Losing in Death Valley could be the start of a spiral for UGA — but a win could be a launchpad that leads the team to an even better finish than 2017’s.

UCF vs Memphis

Ten months after missing out on the College Football Playoff despite an undefeated record and nine months after declaring itself national champions, UCF is once again raising questions about its merit for a potential historic berth in the CFP. No Group of Five team has made the playoff in its four-year history, but would the selection committee really be able to justify keeping the Knights out after a second straight unblemished season? UCF has cruised to 5–0 and has moved up in the AP Poll every week, from No. 21 in the preseason rankings to No. 10 ahead of Week 7. To keep the debate raging, UCF has to survive its first real challenge, a road date against a talented Memphis team that has revenge on its mind.

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If things had gone differently during Memphis’s two trips to Orlando last season, it could’ve been the Tigers who were giving the committee something to think about in early December. Memphis was 3–0 with a non-conference win over then-No. 25 UCLA when it gave up 34 unanswered points to UCF in a blowout loss Week 4 last year. The Tigers’ high-powered offense bounced back and led them to seven straight wins to end the regular season, setting up another road game against UCF for the AAC championship. The rematch was a much different game, albeit with the same result; the Knights outlasted Memphis 62–55 in a double-overtime thriller.

Sitting at 4–2 after upset losses to Navy and Tulane, Memphis doesn’t have the big dreams UCF does heading into this Saturday’s matchup, but it has something almost as good: the chance to squash those dreams. A Tigers win would not just knock UCF out of playoff contention, but would also end its 11-game win streak in this series and keep Memphis afloat in the AAC West. Working in Memphis’s favor is that it gets to play at home, where it hasn’t lost a regular-season game since November 2016. Still, it will take the Tigers’ best performance of the year to beat a juggernaut UCF team that hasn’t lost, period, since the calendar flipped to 2017.

UCF hasn’t missed a beat since Scott Frost left for Nebraska in the offseason, though this will be the first test for new head coach Josh Heupel. The Knights have handled business against one of the worst early-season schedules in the nation, averaging more than 48 points per game and allowing fewer than 18 so far. Junior quarterback McKenzie Milton has thrown for 1,500 yards with 20 total touchdowns and is playing like a Heisman contender despite losing last year’s leading receiver, Tre’Quan Smith, to the NFL. Milton has no shortage of weapons around him, with a trio of talented receivers led by sophomore Gabriel Davis and five running backs with at least 20 carries, led by junior Adrian Killins Jr.

The Knights haven’t played anyone like Memphis, which can score in bunches just as easily as UCF. The Tigers’ attack is powered by a Heisman candidate of their own in Darrell Henderson, the nation’s leading rusher. Henderson has surpassed 170 rushing yards in four of six games and has scored 14 total touchdowns. At 5’ 9”, 200 pounds, he possesses a potent combination of breakaway speed and tackle-breaking power that he utilizes both between the tackles and as a receiver out of the backfield. His 1,112 yards from scrimmage have come on just 88 touches; Henderson is tied for 62nd in the country in carries but has at least one play of 47 or more yards in every game. Losing quarterback Riley Ferguson this offseason was a concern for Memphis, but coach Mike Norvell may have somehow found an upgrade in Arizona State transfer Brady White. White has tossed 15 touchdowns to just one interception, and his passer rating of 183.1 is seventh in the country. Leading receiver Damonte Coxie has caught four of those touchdowns, and don’t forget about backup running back Patrick Taylor Jr., who is a big play threat in his own right.

The winner of this projected shootout between the nation’s 6th and 11th-highest scoring offenses will come down to which defense makes more plays. That’s where UCF figures to have an advantage. The Knights are 32nd in defensive S&P+ while Memphis is 83rd. Memphis gave up 35 points to one-win South Alabama and 40 in a loss to Tulane, neither of which has anything resembling the offense it will see on Saturday. Memphis is particularly poor at stopping offenses once they’re inside the Tigers’ 40, allowing an average of 5.26 points on those opportunities. UCF’s offense happens to be the best in the country at finishing drives once it’s past the 40 (6.21 points/opp).

UCF lost defensive standouts Shaquem Griffin and Mike Hughes, but talent remains. Sophomore safety Richie Grant is a playmaker who leads the Knights in tackles (41) and interceptions (three), and linebacker Pat Jasinski and defensive end Titus Davis are standouts in the front seven. For Memphis, outside linebacker Bryce Huff (five sacks, six TFLs) is a player to watch.

If UCF can go on the road and win its 12th straight against Memphis and 19th straight overall, it can start to look ahead to the last few weeks of the season. The Knights’ next three games shouldn’t be challenging, but their undefeated record would be put to the test three straight times to end the year in games against Cincinnati, South Florida and the AAC West champion, likely Houston in this scenario. The top of the American has looked pretty strong in 2018, which presents UCF with several opportunities to pick up quality wins. Cincinnati (No. 25) and USF (No. 23) are currently ranked, and Houston might be better than both. If UCF runs the table, its résumé may well look better than it did last year. Would a 25-game win streak be enough for the committee?

Minnesota vs Ohio State

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Saturday, October 13, 2018

Noon ET – Ohio Stadium

TV: FS1

Minnesota vs Ohio State

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According to oddsmakers at BetNow.eu, Ohio State is the clear favorite in this game, as the Buckeyes are getting odds of -29.5 points against Minnesota. The over/under total for the contest is listed at 59.5 points. The public betting for this game currently has 74 percent going on Ohio State at home. This information is subject to change, however, so be sure to check out our College Football Public Betting Page for updated figures on the game.

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Ohio State improved to 6-0 last week with a 49-26 win over Indiana, but the Buckeyes couldn’t cover the 27-point spread. OSU is now 3-0 in the Big Ten, 3-3 against the spread and 3-3 with the over/under total. They are 2-2 with the over/under total at home.

Ohio State is putting up 49 points and 565.7 yards per game on offense this year. The Buckeyes are dangerous on the ground and in the air. Quarterback Dwayne Haskins has thrown for 1,919 yards with 25 touchdowns and four interceptions. Parris Campbell is his top target, as Campbell has 35 catches for 501 yards and seven touchdowns. The duo of J.K. Dobbins and Mike Weber have combined for 882 rushing yards and seven touchdowns. Defensively, Ohio State is giving up 20 points and 365.2 yards per game.

After a 3-0 start to the season, Minnesota has lost both of its Big Ten games, failing to cover in both as well. The Golden Gophers are 3-2 overall, 0-2 in the Big Ten, 3-2 against the spread and 3-2 with the over.

Defense is becoming an issue for the Gophers. On the season, Minnesota is giving up just 23.4 points and 324.2 yards per game. However, they have given up 90 points combined to Maryland and Iowa in their first two conference games. Offensively, Minnesota is averaging 27.8 points and 341.4 yards per game. Quarterback Zack Annexstad has thrown for 924 yards and eight touchdowns, but also has five interceptions. Bryce Williams is the leading rusher with 311 yards and a score.

Ohio State has hit the over in four straight games in October and in 10 of its last 14 Big Ten games.

Minnesota has hit the over in five of its last six games following a double-digit loss at home and in four of its five after a loss in general.

Minnesota has been a mess defensively and is now facing one of the best offenses in the nation on the road. I expect Ohio State to score at least 45 points in this game, leaving it up to the Gophers to manage a few touchdowns along the way. I think Minnesota can do that. Ohio State has given up some scores to average teams, especially when they get up big. Go with the over in this one as Ohio State puts on another show.

Oklahoma State vs Kansas State

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On Saturday Oklahoma St. take on Kansas St. at 12:00 p.m. Oklahoma St. are the favorites in this one — although they were the favorites in their last contest, too, so the odds might count for a little less.

Oklahoma St. didn’t finish too far behind, but the team still lost 48-42 to Iowa St. last Saturday. Oklahoma St.’s loss came about despite a quality game from Taylor Cornelius, who passed for 289 yards and 4 touchdowns. Cornelius has been a consistent playmaker for Oklahoma St. as this was the 4th good game in a row from him.

Meanwhile, things haven’t been easy for Kansas St., and their matchup last Saturday only extended their streak of losses to three. They fell just short of Baylor by a score of 37-34.

With the two teams each stumbling in off of a defeat, both will be hungry for the win. Kansas St.’s offensive line will need to gear up for a tough test against an Oklahoma St. defensive front that amassed four sacks against Iowa St., so we’ll see if they are up to the task.

How To Watch
When: Saturday at 12:00 PM ET
Where: Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Kansas
TV: ESPN University

Prediction
The Cowboys are a big 7 point favorite against the Wildcats.

This season, Kansas St. is 3-2-0 against the spread. As for Oklahoma St., they are 3-2-0 against the spread

Series History
Oklahoma St. has won 2 out of their last 3 games against Kansas St.

2017 – Oklahoma State Cowboys 40 vs. Kansas State Wildcats 45
2016 – Kansas State Wildcats 37 vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys 43
2015 – Oklahoma State Cowboys 36 vs. Kansas State Wildcats 34

Tennessee vs Auburn

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No. 21 Auburn will host Tennessee on Saturday afternoon in a battle between two reeling teams searching to get back on track. The Tigers got steamrolled last weekend at Mississippi State 23-9 — their third straight hapless offensive performance. Tennessee had some time to rest last week after back-to-back losses to Georgia and Florida.

It’s a wildly important game for both coaches. Auburn’s Gus Malzahn was the recipient of a massive seven-year, $49 million extension during the offseason. So far, Auburn hasn’t seen any return on its investment. First-year Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt would love to notch his first signature win, and doing it inside the house of the defending SEC West champion would be a good spot to get it.

Let’s preview and pick the matchup between the Volunteers and Tigers.

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Date: Saturday, Oct. 13 | Time: Noon ET
Location: Jordan-Hare Stadium — Auburn, Alabama
TV: SEC Network | Live stream: WatchESPN

Storylines
Tennessee: Things haven’t gone well for Pruitt through the first month of the season. His only two wins are over East Tennessee State and UTEP, the offense is next-to-last in the SEC in yards per game (360) and outside a few small glimmers of hope, his Vols haven’t really threatened in any of their three losses. If there is a bright side — and this is a stretch — it’s the defense. Florida didn’t exactly light up the Vols in their rivalry game three weeks ago, and Georgia had to work a little bit more than anticipated to pull away. The bottom line, though, is that if quarterback Jarrett Guarantano doesn’t become a difference-maker, it’s hard to see Tennessee posing a real threat during the final month-and-a-half of the regular season.

Auburn: Words can’t describe how abysmal the Tigers offensive line has been in 2018. They have given up 13 sacks — tied for 11th in the SEC. Ten of those sacks have come over the last three games. But the numbers don’t do it justice. Quarterback Jarrett Stidham has been running for his life, rarely gets time to even have plays that call for deep routes and when receivers do get deep, Stidham has struggled to even see the wide open passes. The defense has kept Auburn in a lot of games, but if the offense doesn’t get cranked up, the defense won’t be able to hold up every week.

Game prediction, picks
This game won’t be pretty. Not even a little bit. Two stagnant offenses will square off in what will resemble more of a pillow fight than an actual college football game. Auburn’s offense will struggle to get going against a defense that will relentlessly attack the Tigers offensive line. But that’s Auburn’s defensive M.O. too. Which quarterback will make the least devastating mistake? That will tell the tale of this game. My hunch is tha

Florida vs Vanderbilt

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Who’s Playing
Vanderbilt Commodores (home) vs. Florida Gators (away)

Current records: Vanderbilt 3-3; Florida 5-1

What to Know
Florida will challenge Vanderbilt on the road at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday. Florida doesn’t have the home-field advantage, but they do enjoy a 7-point advantage in the spread.

Florida might be getting used to good results now that the team has four wins in a row. They were able to grind out a solid win over LSU last Saturday, winning 27-19. Florida’s success was spearheaded by the efforts of Lamical Perine, who rushed for 85 yards and 2 touchdowns, and Feleipe Franks, who accumulated 161 passing yards and picked up 42 yards on the ground.

Meanwhile, the oddsmakers predicted a rough game for Vanderbilt, and boy were they were right. They suffered a grim 13-41 defeat to Georgia. Vanderbilt were down by 6-38 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from.

Florida’s victory lifted them to 5-1 while Vanderbilt’s loss dropped them down to 3-3. Vanderbilt’s offensive line will need to gear up for a tough test against a Florida defensive front that amassed five sacks against LSU, so we’ll see if they are up to the task.

How To Watch
When: Saturday at 12:00 PM ET
Where: Vanderbilt Stadium, Tennessee
TV: ESPN
Follow: CBS Sports App
Prediction
The Gators are a big 7 point favorite against the Commodores.

This season, Vanderbilt is 3-2-0 against the spread. As for Florida, they are 4-1-0 against the spread

Series History
Florida has won all of the games they’ve played against Vanderbilt in the last 4 years.

2017 – Florida Gators 38 vs. Vanderbilt Commodores 24
2016 – Vanderbilt Commodores 6 vs. Florida Gators 13
2015 – Florida Gators 9 vs. Vanderbilt Commodores 7

Michigan vs Wisconsin

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Michigan vs Wisconsin

A Big Ten game that will have major implications for the conference title race headlines Saturday night’s lineup when the Wisconsin Badgers take on the Michigan Wolverines at 7:30 p.m. ET. Wisconsin hopes to take another step toward a repeat appearance in the Big Ten title game, while Michigan is working toward its first under head coach Jim Harbaugh. There has been plenty of line movement already. The Wolverines opened as eight-point favorites, but are laying 10 in the current Michigan vs. Wisconsin odds. The Over-Under for total points scored has gone up from 48 to 49. Before you lock in your Michigan vs. Wisconson picks, listen to what SportsLine senior analyst Josh Nagel has to say.

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A Nevada-based expert with 20 years of experience in the sports wagering industry, Nagel specializes in handicapping college athletics. He’s having another solid season in college football, hitting on 60 percent of his spread picks for SportsLine members. Moreover, he has had a keen eye for the tendencies of these two programs. Over the past two years, Nagel boasts an amazing record of 10-1 on spread picks involving either Wisconsin or Michigan.

Just last week, Nagel advised SportsLine members that Michigan would wear down upstart Maryland and pull away to cover the 17-point spread. That’s exactly what happened as the Wolverines came alive in the second half and rolled to a 42-21 victory. Anyone who’s followed Nagel’s advice is way up.

Now, he has studied Michigan vs. Wisconsin from every possible angle to reveal a strong point-spread pick that he’s sharing only at SportsLine.

Nagel knows that in a crucial season for Harbaugh, the Wolverines have responded with a flourish following their season-opening loss at Notre Dame. Thus far, a poor showing in the first half of their first game has been the only blemish on an otherwise promising season. They survived a 20-17 battle against Northwestern two weeks ago, but have won their last five by an average of 28 points.

A varied and efficient offense has been the major difference compared to recent Michigan clubs under Harbaugh. The Wolverines have scored at least 42 points four times and rank No. 30 in the country at 38.2 per game. Their rushing attack is piling up an average of 200 yards, led by senior Karan Higdon with 582 yards and five touchdowns.

But just because Michigan is firing on all cylinders doesn’t mean it can cover a double-digit spread against a Wisconsin team that dominated the Wolverines last season.

Wisconsin (4-1) appears to be a team on a mission to overcome a mystifying loss to BYU as a three-touchdown favorite earlier this season. The Badgers have bounced back with a pair of impressive wins, beating Iowa 28-17 on the road two weeks ago and topping Nebraska 41-24 in Madison last week.

Wisconsin has tightened up its defense and now ranks No. 13 in the country, allowing 16.4 points per game. On offense, a balanced attack pounded out 533 yards of total offense against the Cornhuskers. Wisconsin’s signature power run game went for 370 yards, led by Heisman candidate Jonathan Taylor, who had 221 yards and three touchdowns.

We can tell you Nagel is leaning toward the under, but he has also unearthed the crucial x-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-back. He’s only sharing it at SportsLine.

Who covers the Michigan vs. Wisconsin spread? And what crucial x-factor causes one side to hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to jump all over Saturday, all from the expert who’s on a blistering 10-1 run on his Michigan and Wisconsin picks.

West Virginia vs Iowa State

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West Virginia vs Iowa State

The West Virginia Mountaineers will put their unbeaten record on the line Saturday night when they visit the Iowa State Cyclones at 7:00 p.m. ET. Will the game turn high-scoring for bettors?

According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetNow.eu, the Mountaineers are 6.5-point favorites to beat the Cyclones. The total, meanwhile, sits at 56 points. As of this writing, 68% of the public betting tickets wagered on this matchup are on the Mountaineers.

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West Virginia senior QB Will Grier completed 27-of-41 passes for 332 yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions in Saturday’s 38-22 victory over Kansas. Grier came into today with a 25/0 TD/INT rate in the red zone over his West Virginia career. Today, incredibly, he threw three red zone interceptions in the first half against the Big 12’s longtime doormat. Grier ended up with four turnovers total, but the Mountaineers were nonetheless able to pretty easily fend off the Jayhawks. Grier is a very gifted NFL prospect, but we’d love to see him tamp down on unforced errors, which typically come from him overextending to try to make a play.

Iowa State redshirt senior QB Kyle Kempt (knee) is doubtful for Saturday’s game against West Virginia. A surprise return by Kempt is the only thing that would potentially keep freshman Brock Purdy from drawing the start against the Mountaineers. Purdy came on in relief of Zeb Noland — and ripped it up for five touchdowns — in Saturday’s win over Oklahoma State. We have not seen Kempt take the field since injuring his knee against Iowa in Week 2.

Iowa State’s Brock Purdy will start again on Saturday after stepping in for Zeb Noland last week. Purdy threw for 318 yards and four touchdowns on 23 pass attempts and a 13.8 yards per attempt average. He also ran for 84 yards and a score, so perhaps the Cyclones have something in this kid. On the other side, we know WVU will move the ball, even against a good ISU defense. After the Cyclones scored over 40 points last week, I feel good about taking the over on Saturday night this week.

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