Ean Greenberg

Syracuse (+16) at 8. Miami- Dino Barbers’ squad is coming off one of the biggest victories in Syracuse history. Miami, on the other hand, proved why they are the king of comebacks as they narrowly escaped Georgia Tech at home 25-24 thanks to some a deflected pass on 4th down that landed in the hands of wide receiver Darrell Langham. Vegas is putting too much faith in a Hurricanes team that hasn’t blown away its opponents. Expect a Miami win but not without a fight from the Orange. Syracuse


Maryland (+24) at 5. Wisconsin- Sure the Badgers are ranked fifth in the nation, but they for sure haven’t proved it. The schedule has been soft and they still haven’t been able to crush those weaker opponents. Maryland isn’t much to brag about either, as they are now working with their third quarterback of the season. Expect Wisconsin’s defense to suffocate Maryland, but the badgers don’t have enough offensive prowess to cover. Maryland


  1. Oklahoma State (-7) at Texas- The Longhorns gave a good fight last week to Texas in the Red River Rivalry, but came up short in the end. Mason Rudolph toyed with the Baylor defense in a convincing 59-16 victory. Texas has shown some fight this year in games against USC and Oklahoma, but Mason Rudolph is ready to pick apart that Texas secondary. Oklahoma State


  1. USC (+3.5) at 13. Notre Dame- The two old school rivals face off in South Bend this weekend and it is expected to be a great game. The two schools haven’t been ranked this high in this matchup in years. Notre Dame has surprised folks this year and has a strong schedule to back up the play, while USC and heisman candidate quarterback Sam Darnold have underperformed so far this season. While his numbers haven’t lived up to the hype, I still like the star quarterback to shine in this primetime matchup. USC


  1. Michigan (+9.5) at 2. Penn State- College Gameday comes to Happy Valley for the game of the week in the Big Ten. The Nittany Lions, led by star running back Saquon Barkley have looked dangerous to start the season, while Michigan’s offense has sputtered all season long. What has kept Michigan together all season has been their stellar defense. Expect the Nittany Lions to win this one, but as long as the Wolverines offense can put up some points,  the Michigan defense can keep this one close. Michigan