College Football Pick Louisiana-Lafayette at North Texas 10-2-10
September 28, 2010
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Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns at North Texas Mean Green (-4.5)
Saturday October 2, 2010 7:30 PM EST
This battle of one win teams could turn into an easier matchup for the Mean Green. They did go 0-3 to start out the year, but it wasn’t like they were playing terrible team.s. They started out the season @ Clemson and lost 35-10. Not the way they wanted to start out the season, but they bounced back in a game vs Rice in Texas that they had in the bag. They let that one get away, in which Rice stole a 32-31 victory. The next two games for the Green were on the road. They got their first victory last week @ Florida Atlantic.
The Ragin’ Cajuns started the year on the road at the #23 ranked Georgia Bulldogs. They got pounced on and lost 55-7 to a better team. Their last two games were at home. They started out with a 31-24 win over Arkansas State then didn’t look so good last week vs Middle Tennessee losing 34-14. The Cajuns points for and points against are both outside of the top 100.
Junior RB Lance Dunbar is figured to have a great game for the Mean Green considering thru 4 games he is averaging 100+ yards thru the ground and thru the air. He also has a rushing and a receiving TD thru the first 4 games. On the other side of the ball, junior QB Chris Masson looks to go back to his sophomore form. Last year Masson threw for over 2400 yards with 10 TDs and 8 Ints. Masson thus far this year has thrown for 411 yards with 3 TDs and 1 Int.
The fact that North Texas has an extra game under their belt and that they are going to be coming home after getting their first win on the road should add up to a dominant performance. The line on this game is relatively small and favors the home team. This makes for an easy football pick with North Texas looking to get some steam going with another home game following this one.
Free College Football Pick: North Texas (-4.5)