College Football Picks (2011 Season): 3-2 (+$50) College Football Picks (2010 Season): 37-31-2 (+$190) College Football Picks (2009 Season): 34-34-2 (-$3,820) College Football Picks (2008 Season): 49-38 (+$3,020)
By the way, the fourth-annual Walter/Joker Annual Challenge is on, as I'll be competing with the Joker's College Picks. We each pick five games and see who does the best each week.
Mississippi State at Auburn Line: Mississippi State by 7. Saturday, 12:20 p.m.
As a disclaimer, don't go nuts with my college football picks. I'm much better at picking NFL games; I'm just doing these upon request. Follow @walterfootball for updates.
Mississippi State is the real deal. I don't think they'll have any issues with an Auburn team that must have forgotten to pay some talented players this spring. Or maybe they ran out of money after Cam Newton took it all?
College Football Pick: Mississippi State -7 (2 Units) -- Correct; -$220
TCU at Air Force Line: TCU by 2. Saturday, 3:30 p.m.
I don't expect TCU to be on its A-game after losing to Baylor last week. I don't think they'll be prepared for an Air Force squad that is pretty solid.
College Football Pick: Air Force +2 (1 Unit) -- Incorrect; -$110
BYU at Texas Line: Texas by 7. Saturday, 7:00 p.m.
I like the idea of getting points with a more veteran team. BYU has many more starters returning than Texas, so I'll take the touchdown.
College Football Pick: BYU +7 (3 Units) -- Correct; +$300
Utah at USC Line: USC by 9. Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
If last week's near-loss to Minnesota wasn't clear enough, USC is really overrated.
College Football Pick: Utah +9 (1 Unit) -- Correct; +$100
Notre Dame at Michigan Line: Notre Dame by 3.5. Saturday, 8:00 p.m.
Speaking of overrated, Notre Dame won't be at 100 percent after its inexplicable loss to South Florida. Playing a night game at Michigan is going to be brutal.
College Football Pick: Michigan +3.5 (3 Units) -- Correct; +$300
@robert4fun0058 This was what happened with Cam Newton until about a week before the draft, then everyone had him at number one. Another similar situation was Russell Wilson, who many on this message board were calling to be picked in round one, but most were ignoring that and coming up with reasons why the eye test was wrong. Manzel and Tebow, on the other hand got no lack of hype. The eye test tells us Watson and Newton and Wilson are all NFL QBs and Manzel and Tebow etc are not. But there are still enough people who will take Goff over Prescott, Tannehill over Wilson, etc. I am not saying race is a factor, but...somebody else will need to explain to me what make Trubinsky a better QB prospect than Kizer
I've been on a hiatus with draft work lately and was focused on my Draft Prospect Rankings which you could find in the rants on this site. So, I figured doing one more before the Combine where more prospect movement could occur to see where I stand before and after with those prospects. So, without further adieu here we go!