10/3 Top 25 Predictions

Rob Weiss, FCS Update:

 

1. Richmond is idle.

 

2. Villanova vs. No. 4 William and Mary

William and Mary 24  Villanova 21

 

3. Northern Iowa  vs. Indiana State

Northern Iowa 52  Indiana State 7

 

5. Montana is idle.

 

6. New Hampshire vs. Towson

New Hampshire 28  Towson 10

 

7. James Madison vs. Hofstra

James Madison 38  Hofstra 7

 

8. Southern Illinois vs. Western Illinois

Southern Illinois 31  Western Illinois 14

 

9. McNeese St is idle

 

10. Appalachian State vs.  The Citadel

Appalachian State 42  The Citadel 24

 

11. Elon vs. No. 21 Furman

Elon 28  Furman 24

 

12. Central Arkansas vs Missouri S&T

Central Arkansas 52 Missouri S&T 10

 

13. Weber St. vs. Montana State

Weber State 31  Montana State 14

 
14. South Dakota State vs. No. 17 Cal Poly

South Dakota State 35  Cal Poly 17

 

15. Massachusetts is idle.

 

16. South Carolina State vs. South Carolina

South Carolina 52  South Carolina State 14

 

18. Eastern Washington vs. Idaho State

Eastern Washington 27  Idaho State 7

 

19. Eastern Kentucky vs. No. 24 Eastern Illinois

Eastern Kentucky 35  Eastern Illinois 10

 

20. Texas State vs. Southern Utah

Southern Utah 24  Texas State 14

 

22. Holy Cross vs. Northeastern

Holy Cross 31  Northeastern 7

 

23. Jacksonville State vs. Tennessee Martin

Jacksonville State 21 Tennessee Martin 10

 

25. Delaware vs. Maine

Delaware 24  Maine 17

6 Responses to 10/3 Top 25 Predictions

  1. BlackFalkin October 2, 2009 at 10:06 am #

    20. Texas State vs. Southern Utah

    Southern Utah 24 Texas State 14

    I think Texas State will beat SUU

  2. Screamin_Eagle174 October 2, 2009 at 2:56 pm #

    I think SUU will beat Texas St., but the score will be higher for both teams. Some high powered offenses and weak defenses.

    Also, there’s no way EWU scores 27 or less against ISU.

  3. MaximumBobcat October 2, 2009 at 3:21 pm #

    Southern Utah’s defense is better than TCU’s?

  4. unbiased October 2, 2009 at 4:25 pm #

    come on…Texas State has scored 48, 52, and in their lowest scoring game, scored 21 on TCU–one of the best defenses in FBS and the most points TCU has allowed all year. To say Texas State will score only 14 is really…uneducated.

    I really wish people would compare the teams SUU and Texas State has played so far, especially the defensive ranks of those teams. While not spectacular, these teams’ numbers are far better than the defenses the TBirds have faced. Plus, Texas State has been playing most of the year without two of their big playmakers–All-American Karrington Bush and WR Mishak Rivas. These two may be back for the SUU game.

    Dunno, just something to think about. 14 points…

  5. Rob Weiss October 3, 2009 at 10:36 am #

    Previous games don’t mean anything. When looking at stats I have a feeling this game between the two games will be different. It’s just my opinion. Always glad to hear yours.

  6. Screamin_Eagle174 October 3, 2009 at 7:23 pm #

    Looks like unbiased was a little biased. Bobcats only put up 16. More than 14, but not by much.

Leave a Reply to unbiased Click here to cancel reply.