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Pat Forde discusses games to watch in Week 2

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We are just days away from the second college football Saturday of the season and there are a few games to pay attention to. As previously noted, Michigan and Notre Dame are getting together for a primetime match-up with plenty of eyes looking on it, but South Carolina’s road game at Georgia may be the true game of the week.

Pat Forde of Yahoo! Sports shared his quick takes on both of those games as well as his upset pick of the weekend Thursday afternoon on SportsDash with Yahoo Sports on NBC Sports Network. His upset pick was a familiar choice.

Georgia absolutely needs to win this week, although if the Bulldogs happen to win ten straight after a potential home loss to the Gamecocks they can still wiggle in to the SEC Championship Game and perhaps even make a push for a BCS Championship berth. It would be a tough road to travel, but I would not be quite ready to eliminate Georgia from the discussion even with an 0-2 start.

Western Kentucky going to Tennessee and returning with a win? Hard not to like what Forde’s thinking. Tennessee is going to get turned around by Butch Jones, but Bobby Petrino may have a few tricks that will catch Jones off guard this weekend. Western Kentucky topped Kentucky last week in Nashville, with two players (Leon Allen and Antonio Andrews) nearly rushing for 100 yards in a 35-26 victory. I think Tennessee pulls out the win, but I certainly can envision the Hilltoppers celebrating when the clock hits triple zeroes.

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2 Responses to “Pat Forde discusses games to watch in Week 2”
  1. sanduskyshowerboy says: Sep 5, 2013 5:25 PM

    Stopped reading after “awsy”. Come on, thats bleacher report-esque

  2. techvet says: Sep 6, 2013 1:06 AM

    I tried playing this video via three different browsers and it kept dying. Do you guys need more caching servers? I still haven’t heard Forde’s predictions yet. Wake up the infrastructure guys and get some 40Gb connections lit up.

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