Isaiah's College Football Predictions (Week 14)
Welcome back to my series that I will continue doing for the rest of the college football season! I will predict the biggest games in college football each week! Its Rivalry Week this week, so I will be picking 4 games this week!
Wisconsin vs. Minnesota
The Big Ten West Championship game is going to be a good one. Minnesota, lead by Quarterback Tanner Morgan is hungry for a playoff berth with a win over Wisconsin and Ohio State, (if they win). Wisconsin is very good lead by HB Jonathan Taylor, who was an early season heisman candidate. Both teams are good but I think that an upset is going to come, Wisconsin wins by 4.
Ohio State vs. Michigan
The best team in the Nation vs. TTUN (That Team Up North). TTUN is not very good this year but has started to pick up the pace as the year goes on. Justin Fields is amazing, Chase Young looked great last week against Penn State. Ohio State is going to score more than 40 points against the week Wolverines defense. Ohio State beats TTUN by 14.
Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State
Oklahoma, lead by Jalen Hurts is very, very good. With around 180 carries on the season for Hurts, he was able to be one of 3 players in FBS history to have 3,000 passing yards AND 1,000 rushing yards in the same season! He is playing great this year but Oklahoma State has the nations leading rusher Chuba Hubbard from Canada. He has 1,832 rushing yards this year and counting. He wants to prove to everyone that he is the real deal, and in a game like this he has the ability to prove himself. Oklahoma will win in a high scoring shootout.
Alabama vs. Auburn
Even a Tua-less Alabama team is still a top 5 ranked team in the nation. They are going to go back to their traditional run game so expect a lot of production from Junior HB Najee Harris. Auburn has a good defensive line that will make Alabama's offensive line work hard. Alabama wins 34-23.
Last Week: 3-0
And that concludes my predictions in College Football this week! Make sure to tune in next week for my predictions!
-Isaiah Daniels, CEO of TDK