Kevin Lewis is a retired NFL linebacker.

Friday, September 10, 2010

NCAAFB Preseason is over. Let's Play some Ball!!!

Miami vs The Ohio State University

Terell Pryor will be the focal point of Miami's defense and every other defense on OState's schedule. The running game of OState will be the key to this game. If they can win the ground game they will win. Pryor is included in this ground attack because he is a nightmare win he gets out of the pocket.

A thicker built Jacory Hariss will be more than ready to take on this challenge. This game will tell the rest of the country if the U is truly back or not. Miami will win this game because of the maturity and health of a now older team. Randy Shannon's 2009 schedule will be the reason why the U dominates this 2010 college football season. 27-16 Miami

Penn State vs Bama

The Big-10 has long felt like the little brother of SEC. Pen St has the opportunity to change this way of thinking by beating Bama in Tuscaloosa. Bolden fared well in his first start as a freshman. He will need major help from Brackett and Moye in the passing game. Penn St doesn't have the dominant o-line that they normally have and this will hurt them in the running game against Bama.

The Crimson Tide limps in after the knee scope of their Heisman Mark Ingram. Yeah Right!!!! Richardson may be better than Mark Ingram and the longer Ingram is out the more the rest of the country will see it. Upchurch, the 3rd string tailback for Bama will be a starter almost anywhere else in the country. In the passing game Julio Jones is simply the best receiver in the country. Bama is toooo strong on offense and to solid on D to lose this game. 38-17 BAMA

FSU vs Oklahoma

The game names peeks everyone's interest but these are not the Seminoles or Sooner's of old. Oklahoma luckily got out of a scare last week to Utah St. The Sooner's pass defense was atrocious, giving up 341 yards in the air. They'll really have to ride the back of Heisman hopeful Demarco Murray to even have a chance this year.

Christian Ponder has picked up where he left off last year throwing 4 touchdowns in his first game back since his injury.Defensively , FSU still looks undisciplined and out of position. They gave up 300 yards of total offense to Samford. This will not be enough to have a comeback year but it will beat the Sooner's. 48-23 FSU

USF @ Florida

******Upset Alert******

It's funny how teams without a strong seem to minimize the importance of that position. Well Gators, the Tebow era has officially ended. The offense is sputtering and the lack of a true RB will continue to expose their offensive deficiencies in the passing game.

USF has a gritty new coach who knows how to win. Skip Holtz has built his offense around the highly talented BJ Daniels. After this game, BJ will have the Gator fans wishing they had offered this florida bred young men. BJ Daniels is the QB that, as a true freshman, went into Doak Walker Stadium and beat FSU decisively. 17-10 USF

Michigan @ Notre Dame

Rich Rod and the wolverines are back. Led this year by Denard Robinson who almost had 200 yards in the air and on the ground. This truly makes him a true duel threat. Rich Rod has also implemented the 3-3-5 defense from his West Virginia days. This will be the reasoon that every Michigan opponent will have a chance to beat them. Let's remember under Rich Rod, WVU was potent on offense and purely stunk on D.

Notre Dame and Brian Kelly have gotten off to a good start. Armando Allen has stepped up as the go to guy on offense and the defense was solid. The true test will come from a Wolverine team that features a QB that can rush for over 200 yards. The Irish defense will struggle against
Robinson. But their offense should kill the 3-3-5. The Irish will lose in a close game. 36-31 Michigan

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