Table Seven NCAA College Football Feature Game Analysis; Week 5

Welcome everyone to our NCAA College Football Feature Game Analysis.  Yes, it is the fifth week of the season already.  Our pick is the game between the USC Trojans and the Washington Huskies.


This game will be played Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington.  Washington is a 10 point favorite.

The USC Trojans have wins this season against Fresno State, Stanford, and (19)Utah.  Their only loss was in overtime to BYU 30-27, but they did bounce back well against Utah.  All three of USC’s wins were captured at home, but they’re on the road this week.  The Trojans can and will throw the ball as they’re ranked 30th in the league.  They have a playmaker at WR.  Senior, Michael Pittman Jr. is 6’4 and 220 pounds.  He’s averaging over 100 yards per game and has 3 touchdowns.  Senior, Tyler Vaughns, and Junior, Stephen Carr are also two very productive receivers that compliment Pittman.  I’m sure that loss to BYU was something unexpected, but don’t expect the Trojans to make a habit of losing games on the road.

Washington is also 3-1.  They lost by 1 measly point on the road to (15)California, but they had no problems beating BYU on the road.  That was a 45-19 win for the huskies.  Washington’s QB Jacob Eason is a 6’6 junior who’s completing 73 percent of his passes.  He has almost 1,100 yards in the air and 10 touchdowns.

This game is your traditional CIvil War of the PAC-12.  Saturday, September 28th, it’s the Trojans versus the Huskies.  It’s North against South.  It’s going to be hard, close, and electric.  Neither team expects to lose, but of course, one will.


  Feature Game Of The Week Pick

Washington

Feature Game Pick Versus The Spread

USC +10


Okay y’all!  We pick Washington to win this game at home, but we think USC will cover the 10 point spread.  This week we attempt to go 3-0-1 versus the spread, and we can’t wait.  Have a wonderful college football Saturday, and enjoy all the games.

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