Writers of Pro Football Prospectus 2008

03 Nov 2011

SDA: Game of the ...

by Brian Fremeau and Robert Weintraub

The build-up to the LSU-Alabama game this weekend in Tuscaloosa has been extraordinary. The hype video is now available, ESPN Gameday is on the scene, and we're already debating a potential BCS championship rematch. We've been drooling over this game since the preseason and it has all the potential for Game of the Week/Month/Year/Century status. God help us if the game turns out to be a dud.

Whether it's fantastic or a fantastic flop, let's not forget that the Tigers and Tide aren't the only game in town this weekend. The Big 12 has a nice slate of games, with Texas A&M-Oklahoma, Texas Tech-Texas, and Oklahoma State-Kansas State all with the potential to be high-scoring and highly entertaining. South Carolina-Arkansas is an excellent undercard to the main event in the SEC. Oregon gets its last tune-up before Stanford on the road at Washington, and Michigan and Notre Dame hit the road on upset alert.

Previews

Florida State (-14.5) at Boston College (Thursday, 8:00 PM ET, ESPN)

OVERALL When Florida State
Has the Ball ...
When Boston College
Has the Ball ...
Category Fla. St.
(5-3)
B.C.
(2-6)
Fla. St.
Off
B.C.
Def
Fla. St.
Def
B.C.
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 16 78
2011 FEI Rk 25 70 46 68 23 88
2011 S&P+ Rk 13 84 38 60 11 96
2011 FPA Rk 18 21
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 74 63 17 90
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 31 57 24 101
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 37 60 9 108
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
53% Run
(96th)
63% Run
(37th)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 20 50 29 70
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
25.3% Run
(103rd)
31.2% Run
(69th)

BC is operating far outside the national (or even regional) glare this season, so it's understandable that linebacker Luke Kuechly has turned in a remarkable defensive season and garnered little notice. The tackling sensation makes seemingly every play for the Eagles defense. Otherwise, there hasn't been much for opposing coordinators to worry about when facing BC. The rest of the defense is banged up, the team is last in the ACC in yards and points per game, and the only real headlines this team generated came from star running back Montel Harris' medical redshirt waiver after he was shut down for the year. FSU, on the other hand, is finally getting a chance to experience life with a fully healthy E.J. Manuel at the helm. After some ugly losses to Wake Forest and Clemson, FSU has healed up and reeled off a three-game winning streak, outscoring some softer opposition 116-32. Manuel completed 70 percent of his passes in the games, despite the absence of Rashad Greene, his speedy freshman wideout. The 'Noles started the year as the apparent best team in the state, and though they haven't lived up to the hype, the mantle has returned to them via shoddy play in Gainesville and Coral Gables. Winning this one, plus games at Virginia and with their in-state rivals, would put FSU at 9-3 -- not quite the season expected of them when pundits placed the team in the preseason top five, but solid nonetheless.

Texas Tech (+12) at Texas (Saturday, 12:00 PM ET, FX)

OVERALL When Texas Tech
Has the Ball ...
When Texas
Has the Ball ...
Category Tech
(5-3)
Texas
(5-2)
Tech
Off
Texas
Def
Tech
Def
Texas
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 61 32
2011 FEI Rk 49 43 40 25 74 81
2011 S&P+ Rk 74 23 48 17 92 51
2011 FPA Rk 88 37
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 88 15 93 42
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 46 13 76 67
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 60 20 101 50
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
48.3% Run
(107th)
73.6% Run
(12th)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 42 2 78 86
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
18.6% Run
(117th)
30.6% Run
(73rd)

A week after toppling Oklahoma, Texas Tech flopped miserably in an embarrassing effort against Iowa State. Those two consecutive results rank as the fifth-best and 30th-worst single game GFEI performances of the year. So your guess is as good as ours as to how Tommy Tuberville’s team will respond this week. The Texas Longhorns have flown very much under the radar this year, but they have been impressive in every game played against non-elite opposition. That won’t win many accolades, but it is an important step in Texas’ recovery from last year’s 5-7 campaign. The Longhorns defense has held five opponents to 20 points or fewer this year, and they’re limiting opponent explosive drives to only five percent of possessions (the eighth lowest rate nationally). That will be a key in the game, as Texas Tech does have big play potential –- quarterback Seth Doerge has completed 39 passes of 20 yards or longer, good for third in the nation. The Longhorns also have the nation’s second-best special teams unit according to STE and should hold a field position advantage over the Red Raiders, forcing Tech to work the length of the field throughout the day.

No. 13 Michigan (-4) at Iowa (Saturday, 12:00 PM ET, ESPN)

OVERALL When Michigan
Has the Ball ...
When Iowa
Has the Ball ...
Category Michigan
(7-1)
Iowa
(5-3)
Michigan
Off
Iowa
Def
Michigan
Def
Iowa
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 11 46
2011 FEI Rk 15 41 15 70 20 42
2011 S&P+ Rk 16 49 9 82 32 30
2011 FPA Rk 64 34
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 4 60 21 49
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 28 115 42 37
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 12 97 13 36
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
73.1% Run
(14th)
58% Run
(71st)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 14 113 79 27
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
42% Run
(18th)
34.8% Run
(44th)

Things are bleak in Iowa right now following a loss to lowly Minnesota last week, the tough slate they face in the coming weeks will only make matters worse. The scores haven’t been terrible, but Iowa has been victimized often on defense this year and are really struggling to get teams off the field. The Hawkeyes are forcing three-and-outs on only 27 percent of opponent drives (95th nationally) and they’ve given up methodical drives on 30 percent of opponent possessions, more than anyone else in FBS. The Wolverines are dangerous on offense and can take advantage in a variety of ways. The big difference for Michigan and why they are in position to make a run to a division title is defense. Coordinator Greg Mattison has Michigan holding opponents to only 1.3 points per drive, eighth best in the nation. Iowa City was the site of Denard Robinson’s first Big Ten touchdown a few years back, in a relief appearance for a struggling Tate Forcier. The Wolverines have lost two straight against Iowa, both marred by a minus-four turnover margin. Protect the football, and Michigan will roll.

Texas A&M (+13.5) at No. 7 Oklahoma (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET, ABC/ESPN2)

OVERALL When Texas A&M
Has the Ball ...
When Oklahoma
Has the Ball ...
Category A&M
(5-3)
Oklahoma
(7-1)
A&M
Off
Oklahoma
Def
A&M
Def
Oklahoma
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 14 5
2011 FEI Rk 16 5 4 12 57 8
2011 S&P+ Rk 17 7 13 5 27 10
2011 FPA Rk 29 6
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 15 12 13 21
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 24 8 31 18
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 31 4 25 11
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
60.5% Run
(55th)
50.8% Run
(101st)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 2 13 18 8
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
24.9% Run
(106th)
12.8% Run
(120th)

An angry Oklahoma Sooners team is pretty dangerous, as Kansas State found out in a 58-17 bloodbath last week. The carnage at the top of the polls also swiftly installed Oklahoma as the one-loss team best positioned to move back into the championship conversation. The offenses in every Big 12 game are the featured attraction, and both the Aggies and Sooners can move the ball. They contrast one another in pace-based effectiveness, though. Oklahoma ranks sixth nationally in explosive drives, Texas A&M ranks tenth nationally in methodical drives. Which one will rule the day? Oklahoma’s defense has the edge, forcing three-and-outs on 50 percent of opponent drives, the third best rate in the country. No matter what happens early, you better wait until the second half to find out for sure. The Aggies have been outscored by 18 points or more in the second half three times this year, leading to three excruciating losses. Does Texas A&M have an emotional trigger of their own, or is that a dead fuse at this point?

No. 23 Cincinnati (-2.5) at Pittsburgh (Saturday, 7:00 PM ET, ESPNU)

OVERALL When Cincinnati
Has the Ball ...
When Pittsburgh
Has the Ball ...
Category Cincy
(6-1)
Pitt
(4-4)
Cincy
Off
Pitt
Def
Cincy
Def
Pitt
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 35 47
2011 FEI Rk 33 42 14 35 49 63
2011 S&P+ Rk 37 53 27 40 50 69
2011 FPA Rk 5 73
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 14 46 31 22
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 61 40 80 89
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 39 64 106 64
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
63.3% Run
(35th)
56% Run
(82nd)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 17 32 17 63
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
34.1% Run
(51st)
26.8% Run
(91st)

Last Thursday night's win over UConn was the very definition of a Pyrrhic victory for Pitt -- they crushed the Huskies, but lost star running back Ray Graham (121 YPG) to a season-ending knee injury in the process. Not the best timing with conference leaders Cincinnati coming to town, but then, is the time ever good to lose your leading rusher? Zach Brown fills in, but the going will be tough against the Big East's best run defense (72 yards per game allowed). That puts the game mostly in the hands of Pitt QB Tino Sunseri, who was stellar against UConn but godawful against Utah the week before. He's been sacked 34 times, the most in the nation, so it's understandable Tino is a bit jittery. The Bearcats pulled out a thriller against South Florida two weeks back (they were off Saturday), with Zach Collaros running in the winning score with 12 seconds left -- his sixth rushing touchdown of the season -- to notch his 20th total touchdown. Cincy's bellcow back, Isaiah Pead, is healthy, unlike Graham, and averaging exactly 100 yards per outing.

No. 10 South Carolina (+5.5) at No. 8 Arkansas (Saturday, 7:15 PM ET, ESPN)

OVERALL When S. Carolina
Has the Ball ...
When Arkansas
Has the Ball ...
Category S. Caro.
(7-1)
Arkansas
(7-1)
S. Caro.
Off
Arkansas
Def
S. Caro.
Def
Arkansas
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 24 30
2011 FEI Rk 26 18 67 55 10 33
2011 S&P+ Rk 26 40 57 62 14 26
2011 FPA Rk 53 75
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 40 42 34 10
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 74 96 9 45
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 43 74 5 24
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
65.8% Run
(26th)
47.9% Run
(109th)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 66 30 31 36
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
35.8% Run
(33rd)
28.7% Run
(84th)

An important SEC clash dwarfed by the colossal tilt in Tuscaloosa. Arkansas barely survived Ole Miss and Vanderbilt, yet isn't out of the BCS title race. Yeah, it requires some massive upsets, and Arkansas hasn't lived up to their ranking in our advanced numbers, but stranger things have happened. Heck, South Carolina is in the same boat, and watching them play offense may cause glaucoma. The Hogs will have to find a way to crack the shatterproof plastic that is the South Carolina defense though. The Cocks are giving up only 17 points per game -- throw out the 42 Georgia put on them, and that drops to 13.6. Melvin Ingram, Jadeveon Clowney, Antonio Allen, D.J. Swearenger, and the rest of the defenders have kept the team atop the SEC East despite the loss of Marcus Lattimore to a knee injury and Stephen Garcia to recidivist buffoonery. The unit is much improved from a year ago, when Arkansas put up 41 points in Columbia. The Hogs are similarly explosive this time around, with Tyler Wilson leading an attack that is 20th in the country in scoring at 37 points per game. Their only loss came against Alabama, when the Tide defense broke them into little bits over its knee. This will be a chance for Arkansas to shed the dreaded "soft" label that clings to them like velcro. Wideout Marquel Wade is suspended after his ridiculously flagrant hit on Vandy returner Jonathan Krause last week, but the much more important Greg Childs is back practicing after missing a game with a bum knee. The Arkansas defense is much better against the pass than the run, but since SC can't do either particularly well, the Razorbacks should feel comfortable in its ability to win on both fronts.

Notre Dame (-13.5) at Wake Forest (Saturday, 8:00 PM ET, ABC/ESPN2)

OVERALL When Notre Dame
Has the Ball ...
When Wake Forest
Has the Ball ...
Category Irish
(5-3)
Wake
(5-3)
Irish
Off
Wake
Def
Irish
Def
Wake
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 9 55
2011 FEI Rk 20 48 18 59 15 36
2011 S&P+ Rk 8 65 8 59 8 61
2011 FPA Rk 72 98
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 8 72 3 89
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 21 55 26 43
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 6 63 6 59
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
50% Run
(104th)
53.5% Run
(93rd)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 7 58 35 61
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
28.3% Run
(87th)
31.6% Run
(65th)

This one leaped off the schedule in the preseason. The Fighting Irish are traveling to Wake Forest? Sure enough, it's the first time ever, which surprises exactly no one -- Ara and Knute and Lispin' Lou clearly didn't want to sully their teams' lungs by heading to a place where a palpable tobacco stench hangs over Groves Stadium (capacity of 31,500, by the way -- more people show up to watch Brian Kelly trim the hair in his nostrils). The Deacs are regressing after a 4-1 start, including a blowout loss to North Carolina last Saturday. The Irish bring a far more talented and diverse offense to the game than the Heels did, so Wake will need to shore up those defensive woes quickly. ND's limitations this season have been mostly self-inflicted, with a minus-11 turnover margin (only SMU is worse in FBS). Wake only has a mere 11 takeaways thus far though, making them ill-suited to capitalize. Wake's best hope is that quarterback Taylor Price has a big day against an iffy Irish secondary. This is the first of three straight against the ACC for the Irish. Might they be convinced to join the Super ACC at some point?

No. 17 Kansas State (+21) at No. 3 Oklahoma State (Saturday, 8:00 PM ET, ABC/ESPN2)

OVERALL When Kansas State
Has the Ball ...
When Oklahoma State
Has the Ball ...
Category KSU
(7-1)
OSU
(8-0)
KSU
Off
OSU
Def
KSU
Def
OSU
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 39 4
2011 FEI Rk 19 3 44 1 21 38
2011 S&P+ Rk 70 5 71 6 54 7
2011 FPA Rk 3 7
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 57 20 52 1
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 100 3 35 35
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 71 26 48 8
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
74.5% Run
(10th)
44.8% Run
(114th)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 101 6 46 12
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
46.6% Run
(ninth)
27.2% Run
(90th)

It was a fantastic story: Kansas State surprising everyone with seven straight wins to open the year, slipping into the national conversation out of nowhere. But those dreams crashed and burned last weekend against Oklahoma, and the Cowboys will probably throw a little more lighter fluid on those flames. Our FEI ratings project the Wildcats to win only 0.9 games down the stretch (Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas and Iowa State remain), and both the offense and defense will struggle, especially this week. As easy as it appears to be to get yards against Oklahoma State (surrendering 455 yards per game, 111th in the nation), it has been extremely difficult to score (1.3 points per non-garbage drive, 12th in the nation). And the Cowboys have played the eighth toughest set of offenses to date, making it all the more impressive. Oklahoma State is on the doorstep of the power pantheon in college football this year, and they’ll want to impress voters every week. A demolition of Kansas State this week and a few road trips to Lubbock, TX and Ames, Iowa lead up to a season-ending showdown with Oklahoma. The BCS national championship game is within reach, and Oklahoma State has been strong enough on both sides of the ball to emerge as an enticing contender.

No. 1 LSU (+5) at No. 2 Alabama (Saturday, 8:00 PM ET, CBS)

OVERALL When LSU
Has the Ball ...
When Alabama
Has the Ball ...
Category LSU
(8-0)
Alabama
(8-0)
LSU
Off
Alabama
Def
LSU
Def
Alabama
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 3 1
2011 FEI Rk 1 2 22 14 2 9
2011 S&P+ Rk 3 1 15 1 2 3
2011 FPA Rk 2 9
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 38 1 2 2
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 7 14 2 8
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 23 1 3 1
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
75.1% Run
(ninth)
59.9% Run
(60th)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 11 3 7 5
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
36.5% Run
(32nd)
44.1% Run
(15th)

They're calling it the "Super Bowl of college football," but no one has invited us to their home to eat chili and rate the commercials during this one, so let's can the hyperbole and simply say that we're dying to see this battle, and have been since the schedules came out. Both teams are unbeaten, untied, and unimpressed by any opposition thus far. LSU pulled out a memorable three-point win last season, but Nick Saban is 5-0 at Bama against teams that beat him the season before. Both teams average 39 points a game on offense. The Tide has better defensive stats (slightly), but haven't faced nearly as tough a schedule as the Tigers. We can stat this one up until numbers fly out of your ears, but in all likelihood it will be a close, defensive struggle, with Saban pulling a special teams trick play of dubious quality out of his bag and Les Miles going for broke when it matters most. And whoever avoids the killer mistake will emerge as the team with the inside track to the BCS title game. As Arnold would say, "Enough talk!" Let's play this one already.

No. 6 Oregon (-16.5) at Washington (Saturday, 10:30 PM ET, FSN)

OVERALL When Oregon
Has the Ball ...
When Washington
Has the Ball ...
Category Oregon
(7-1)
Washington
(6-2)
Oregon
Off
Washington
Def
Oregon
Def
Washington
Off
2011 F/+ Rk 6 48
2011 FEI Rk 10 47 13 87 11 11
2011 S&P+ Rk 4 48 2 89 12 25
2011 FPA Rk 68 91
2011 Rushing S&P+ Rk 5 78 35 44
2011 Passing S&P+ Rk 6 75 10 17
2011 Std. Downs S&P+ Rk 2 77 17 27
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
68.4% Run
(16th)
59.9% Run
(59th)
2011 Pass. Downs S&P+ Rk 40 103 19 10
Run-Pass Ratio
(Std. Downs)
46.6% Run
(10th)
31.9% Run
(63rd)

The Huskies are bowl-eligible, an impressive achievement and important step for Steve Sarkisian’s resurrection project. But all four of Washington’s Pac-12 victories to date have come against teams with losing conference records, and the Huskies face-planted against Stanford in October. The Huskies defense has been burned on value drives –- 51 percent of their opponent drives that started in opponent territory have reached at least the Huskies’ 30-yard line (104th nationally), and that doesn’t bode well against a Ducks team that scores six points per value drive (fourth most in FBS). Oregon’s in the hunt for a conference championship, but first things first. The trip to Stanford is still a week away, and the Ducks can either treat this as the warm-up it ought to be, or be caught looking ahead. They haven’t been held under 40 points since the opener against LSU and they’re perfectly capable of posting another lofty number this weekend.

Storylines of the Week

Robert Weintraub: Ah, symmetry. While LSU and Alabama are captivating 600 media members, the fans paying $750 for nosebleed tickets, and everyone not watching reruns of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit on NBC, the bottom of the SEC gets its very own showdown, too. The two teams with winless records in conference play, Ole Miss and Kentucky, hook up in Lexington. It's a battle of the 118th ranked offense (Kentucky) and the 104th rated defense (Mississippi). The Rebs have lost 11 straight SEC games, since beating -- yep -- UK last season. Head on over to Commonwealth Stadium Saturday at 3:30 p.m., and not only will you not have to fork over triple digits for a seat, you might be asked to play. If you can't make it, for some reason ESPNU is televising this one. As lead-ins go, Ole Miss-Kentucky is not exactly Seinfeld or Friends on Thursday night in the mid-90s.

Brian Fremeau: According to single game, opponent-adjusted GFEI, five of the top six performances of the year have occurred in the last two weeks: Oklahoma destroying Kansas State, Nebraska whipping Michigan State, LSU stomping Auburn, Texas Tech topping Oklahoma, and USC outmuscling Notre Dame. All five of the losers of those games rank in the top-20 in FEI. Those results aren’t permanent fixtures necessarily -– GFEI ratings are fluid, a measure of game efficiency against strength of opponents. And as outcomes the rest of the season roll in, all of those GFEI performances won’t necessarily stand out quite as significantly as others. But there have been some big-time wins recently in some big spots, and I’m always trying to anticipate when the next opportunity will come about. Of course, LSU and Alabama may both have strong GFEI ratings this week simply by playing one another competitively. I think both Oklahoma and A&M have a shot, too.

Picks

The Picks
(* - "Fred Edelstein Lock of the Week")
Visitor Spread Home Rob F/+
Florida St. -14.5 Boston Coll. Florida St. Florida St.
Texas Tech +12 Texas Tex. Tech Texas
Michigan -4 Iowa Iowa Michigan
Texas A&M +13.5 Oklahoma Oklahoma* Tex. A&M
Cincinnati -2.5 Pittsburgh Cincy Pittsburgh
S. Carolina +5.5 Arkansas Arkansas S. Carolina
Notre Dame -13.5 Wake Forest Irish Notre Dame
Kansas St. +21 Oklahoma St. Okla. St. Okla. St.*
LSU +5 Alabama LSU Alabama
Oregon -16.5 Washington Oregon Oregon
Season-long Results
("Fred Edelstein Lock of the Week" record in parentheses)
Last Week
Season Total
F/+: 5-5 (0-1) 46-43-1 (4-5)
Rob: 6-4 (0-1) 45-44-1 (4-4-1)

Posted by: Brian Fremeau on 03 Nov 2011

7 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2011, 3:35pm by Brian Fremeau

Comments

1
by morrongiello :: Thu, 11/03/2011 - 8:53pm

"let's can the hyperbole and simply say that we're dying to see this battle"

Nice.

2
by cfn_ms :: Thu, 11/03/2011 - 9:51pm

Is the other one Oklahoma over Texas? Wisconsin over Nebraska? Clemson over VA Tech? All seem like really strong performances, and I'm somewhat surprised to see Neb over Mich St, TT over Oklahoma and USC over Notre Dame rating over those games.

4
by Brian Fremeau :: Fri, 11/04/2011 - 10:16am

The other one was Wisconsin over Nebraska.
7. Clemson over VaTech
8. LSU over Oregon
9. Stanford over Washington
10. Toledo over Temple
11. Oklahoma over Texas
12. Virginia over Miami

6
by Kevin from Philly :: Fri, 11/04/2011 - 10:31am

Amazing how much this correlates to the loss column in my "For Amusement Purposes Only" notebook. God, I suck.

3
by Tom Gower :: Thu, 11/03/2011 - 11:47pm

Pity I didn't get on the "bash BC" bandwagon. Picks: Texas Tech, Michigan, Oklahoma, Pitt, Arkansas, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Alabama, and Washington. Not that I particularly like the Huskies' chances, but my other choices were the Demon Deacons and Wildcats, and I like theirs less.

Catching up on recent results...
Last week: 7-3 (1-0), 1-0 counter-consensus, all consensus 2-1
Week 8: 5-4 (1-0), 1-1 counter-consensus, all consensus 2-2
Week 7: 4-5 (0-1), 0-2 counter-consensus, all consensus 4-3
YTD I am now 45-39-1 (3-6), 9-9 counter-consensus, while all consensus picks are 24-22.

5
by Kevin from Philly :: Fri, 11/04/2011 - 10:29am

Is my display messed up, or did Rob not pick a lock for this week? I don't see one in the table.

7
by Brian Fremeau :: Fri, 11/04/2011 - 3:35pm

Fixed. Rob's locked in on the Sooners.