LSU will have another chance to push their BSC Title aspirations on Saturday when they travel to West Virginia who have racked up 126 points in their opening 3 wins. Whether the Mountaineers will be good enough to win this one is debatable and on their last showing a slightly disappointing 37-31 win over Maryland they will struggle here. We expect LSU to come out on tom and move to 4-0.
The weekends other big games for the neutral anyway are:
Oklahoma State at Texas A&M in the first major Big 12 clash. Both sides have started brightly and it will be interesting to see the Cowboys high octane offense fare against a stronger defense for the first time. Last season the meeting finished 38-35 in favour of the Cowboys, however we expect the Aggies to gain revenge this time probably by a TD or less.
Arkansas have a tough trip Alabama and although we expect a close game its hard to see the Razorbacks coming away with a win. The Crimson Tide are not giving up many points and we can see them taking this by a couple of TDs.
Oregon open their Pac 12 campaign with what looks like an easy game against Arizona, who mist be cursing the scheduler after having played Oklahoma State and Stanford in their last two games. It is no easier for them next week as they have USC, however there after they should start picking up a few win. We expect the Ducks to continue their recovery with a 14 point plus win.
UK viewers can catch 3 live games on Saturday/ Sunday on ESPN who are showing:
Notre Dame at Pittsburgh
Arkansas at Alabama
LSU at West Virginia
Thats our Saturday sorted.