#2 Georgia @ #13 LSU
One of this weeks top games, probably the top game, puts Georgia in the hostile environment of Baton Rouge. Let’s be honest, Georgia got lucky with the time scheduling of this game, a 3:30 game in Death Valley is much better than a 7:30 game. SEC night games are some of the craziest in the nation, just ask A&M fans. LSU is coming off a tough loss at Florida while Georgia’s score against Vanderbilt last week didn’t show the struggle the Bulldogs went through. Expect a close one in Death Valley this week, and don’t be surprised if it comes down to extra time.
LSU – 24 Georgia -21
#15 Wisconsin @ #12 Michigan
The Big House sets the site for this big game between rivals. Wisconsin has been on fire since being upset by BYU, but Michigan believes that QB Shea Patterson will save them again. It’s been a while since Michigan hosted College Gameday, but they never disappoint when they do. A close one with Northwestern last week could bring down the Wolverines confidence, but with a game like this I don’t believe it will.
Michigan – 31 Wisconsin – 14
#7 Washington @ #17 Oregon
Autzen Stadium, one of the best in the nation, holds this PAC-12 North matchup. The winner will likely be the Northern division champion as Stanford fell to Utah last week. The PAC-12 at this point needs Washington to win. Oregon’s résumé has started to go downhill with the loss to Stanford looking worse and worse, but who knows, these next two months could shakeup the entire playoff picture, but the PAC-12’s chances are getting smaller and smaller.
Washington – 17 Oregon – 13