In this week's edition of FIFA proving they might be the most immoral and despicable organization on the planet, FIFA President Gianni Infantino took center stage. He claimed that the reason the World Cup should take place every two years is so that Africans will find dignity and stop migrating to Europe. I'm not joking; he really said that.
2018 College Football Upset Picks and Rankings Week 10
This makes it 10 straight weeks with an upset pick. We went two for three with Pittsburgh shocking Virginia in Virginia and Arizona State earning a victor over Utah. Fell short in our Texas Tech v. Oklahoma pick with Oklahoma pulling away late in a five-point victory. We go for 11 straight weeks with our upset picks for the week.
Northwestern over Iowa in Iowa. Northwestern is coming off a tough 10 point loss at the hands of #3 Notre Dame while Iowa is currently on a two game losing streak but the CFP somehow still list them in the top 25. Not to mention that Northwestern is 5 and 1 in the Big 10. Northwestern is the better team and will prove it this weekend. Texas down again, this time at the hands of Texas Tech. Despite two straight losses Texas is still at 19. Texas Tech was our upset pick for last week but fell just short, this week they come through. Colorado over Washington State. Colorado is on a 4 game losing streak after starting the season 5 and 0. The problem is that Washington State has scrapped through the last couple weeks and that is down to the pressure they are feeling to sneak into the top 4. Colorado pulls this one out against a pressured Washington State team.
We have a lot of gripes to hold against the CFP top 25 but they are the rule of the land. Our top 25 continues to operate the same way, to be the man you gotta beat the man. Tune in next week to see our upset picks and how everything shakes up.
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