Nov 02, 2016 04:07 AM EDT
College Football This Week: Alabama Favored - Washington, Kentucky Promising and Maybe Texas?
Alabama has played their eight games for the College Football match and they remain a favorite every time they play - but they failed to retain their dominance in two games. LSU looked good already when Alabama got a single-digit favorite only (-7).
It has been observed in the College Football games that Alabama's fight with No. 15 Louisiana State has been marred with intrigues. Louisiana is no match to Alabama but they fought the game well, says LA Times.
Texas players are pumped up by coach after an expected loss to Alabama. They should do well versus Mississippi State that badly needs three more wins. The only bizarre thing is, they are known for not having a good football team. But there is no stopping them to qualify in the ongoing College Football event.
Nebraska's loss against Wisconsin is justifiable considering that they are underdogs. They just didn't give in. Instead, they have shown their potential that they can be better in time by pushing the enemy to its limits, according to USA Today.
Wisconsin versus Northwestern is coming up. Earlier, the Wildcats displayed its toughness against Ohio State and the Badgers possessing a no-surrender type of offense. It will be a terrifying moment when this two faces each other in this College Football match.
Washington made it at 31-24 victory opposite Utah. They really deserve the win despite Utah being equally good as well as shown in the College Football field.
Kentucky is on its way to recovery. It won five of the six games they had. They only lost to Alabama which is not painful at all. It beat up Missouri in their 35-21 win. It is time for them to be proud that they have matched up with the College Football favorite.
On the other hand, Kentucky is working on its sixth win come Nov. 19 College Football event against Austin Peay.
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