Both teams are fighting to stay relevant in the SEC West race, and a loss here pretty much ends the season before it really gets going. The Tide minimize mistakes and make enough plays on offense, while the defense stymies a Vanderbilt team that struggled in a yard outing against Kansas State. Week 4 bowl projections. The fireworks should fly in this battle for No. Georgia returns 10 of 11 defensive starters from last year, and they'll need all of them to corral Nick Fitzgerald.
College Football Playoff picture. The Hawkeyes rank 60th in pass defense This is a hot-seat game for coaches Bret Bielema and Kevin Sumlin, and the loser will be feeling even more heat. TCU keeps it a little closer this time, but the Cowboys pull away late. The Demon Deacons have outscored opponents on the young season, and now the task is to dodge an upset against Group of 5 upstart Appalachian State, which survived a scare against Texas State.
Wake Forest has Florida State and Clemson next. Michigan has failed to cover the spread the last two weeks, and the Boilermakers are on an accelerated arrival schedule under first-year coach Jeff Brohm. They will, right on the line. This is a tough one to call, but we'll go with history. Michigan State's defense has fared well statistically, and this is a game to prove it. Brian Lewerke leads a late scoring drive for the win.
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