Abe’s College Football Picks – Week 7

Georgia 41, Missouri 24 – The 2013 Bulldogs' schedule may be the hardest ever by the time it's all said and done.

Oklahoma 27, Texas 10 – The Red River Shootout: A game once famous for excellence is now just known for being the only neutral site game in college football not played at Cowboys Stadium. 

South Carolina 34, Arkansas 14 – Maybe if Bret Bielema put his headset on straight he could actually call a play or two that goes for positive yardage.

LSU 30, Florida 17 – There are no blades of grass left on the field at Tiger Stadium after the first quarter, and the Gators' offense slips and slides their way to a second loss.

Baylor 143, Kansas State 74 – The score combined equals Bill Synder's age.

Wisconsin 27, Northwestern 24 – Remember Rod Blagojevich? The former Governor of Illinois who tried to sell a Senate seat went to Northwestern! Come to think of it, selling that Senate seat might not have been such a bad idea…

Oregon 55, Washington 24 – This game remains competitive for the amount of time it took Kenny Wheaton to intercept Damon Huard and take "The Pick" to the house.

Michigan 18, Penn State 15 – Ah, these teams used to be giants. NCAA sanctions and Rich Rodriguez hit hard.

Stanford 44, Utah 21 – Who would Stanford rather have right now, Jim Harbaugh or David Shaw?

Texas A&M 47, Ole Miss 3 – Bo Wallace is no longer good at football, but he's getting his trash-talking game on just in time for Johnny Football.

UCLA 41, California 13 – Of all the coaches out there, it's Jim Mora (Jr.) who takes UCLA past USC. Playoffs!?

Oregon State 34, Washington State 31 – Kalamazoo. 

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