Week Three NCAAF : Salvaging Season Selections

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Updated: September 14, 2016

Week Three NCAAF

Plenty of programs that are behind the eight ball when it comes to Week Three NCAAF in terms of saving their season.  Often it comes with inflated expectations like an Ole Miss or Oklahoma.  Others are just trying to get their first win of the season before it all heads south.  Here at The Gambling Forum, we examined the lay of the land and bring you some of the most dire circumstances big name programs face this upcoming week.

Week Three NCAAF : Winless Woes

Assembled before us are teams that have nary a win between them all year.  Some schools have to be in these situations but most of the pundits did not think they would take this detour in 2016.

  • Northwestern can say goodbye to any kind of bowl if they blow it again.  This time they get a riled up Duke team that lost to laughable Wake Forest.
  • Washington State.  We are rooting for Mike Leach as his offensive style brings some flash in the Pac 12.  Sadly it is in the pan as for one week they should roll against Idaho.
  • BYU had Bronco Mendenhall for ages.  Now he is at Virginia and they have floundered from the start.  Team got crushed by Richmond in the opener now has to travel to UConn to save their season.

Oklahoma has a Glimmer

Sorry Ole Miss.  Given three touchdowns by Florida State in the 2nd quarter and still lost by over ten means your streak against Alabama is over.  Sharps have bet the Oklahoma line of + 2 1/2 near +1 as they host the Ohio State Buckeyes at 7:30 PM.  Has no one learned yet that Stoops and his reputation for tanking in big games is legendary.  Urban Meyer takes another school to task with a big win on the road Saturday night.

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