Week two was tough, as I was only 6-5. But I guarantee an undefeated week three.
Louisville 48, Kentucky 21 – Teddy Bridgewater tells Kentucky to go back to the race track.
UCLA 31, Nebraska 24 – The Bruins are better than the Trojans, and Bo Pelini is an angry man.
Boston College 1, USC 0 – BC wins it with a late extra point and Lane Kiffin develops carpal tunnel syndrome with his sad face.
Texas A&M 32, Alabama 30 – The Game Of The Year: Johnny Manziel, the anti-hero, against Nick Saban, who's anti-humanity… I'm going with Tim Tebow.
Oregon 54, Tennessee 28 – The Duck runs his motorcycle over Smokey, and by the end of the third quarter, fans at Autzen are saying, "Chip Who?"
Washington 35, Illinois 17 – I picked against both these teams so far this year and they've both won, so I'm just jinxing Washington.
Iowa 13, Iowa State 10 – These teams are both awful, but when Kirk Ferentz fights his way out of a Cyclone, the Hawkeyes are inspired.
Ohio State 42, California 31 – Things get crazy late in Berkley, when Urban Meyer pulls on a sweater vest and orders Braxton Miller to run over a trombone player for the game-clinching first down.
South Carolina 30, Vanderbilt 20 – If you were introduced to Steve Spurrier for the first time, you'd think he couldn't competently run a fruit stand. But he can coach football.
Mississippi State 32, Auburn 21 – The Bulldogs take the "We Paid/Try To Pay Cam Newton Bowl".
Notre Dame 41, Purdue 14 – Even though things go well for the Irish, Brian Kelly's head is detached from his body five minutes into the second quarter.
Ole Miss 38, Texas 17 – When he's fired at the end of the year, Mack Brown will open up a Macaroni and Cheese restaurant in Texas called "Brown's Mack".
Utah 31, Oregon State 23 – Unafraid Utah Utes ultimately usurp unsavory game.
Wisconsin 34, Arizona State 30 – http://jimromenesko.com/2013/09/11/the-state-tells-its-sports-columnist-he-cant-cover-university-of-south-carolina-football/