Expert Picks Podcast: Week 2 Against The Spread
Jerry Hinnen, Tom Fornelli and Chip Patterson explain their picks for Miami-Florida, South Carolina-Georgia, Texas-BYU, Notre Dame-Michigan and more.
If you listened to the Expert Picks Podcast -- and followed the picks of Tom Fornelli and Jerry Hinnen -- then you went 15-7 against-the-spread in Top 25 action last week. We've expanded the podcast to fit even more games this week, with more picks and facts that matter.
After discussing some of the biggest games of the weekend, we dive into the logic of picking heavy underdogs with Jerry. Jerry has picked Sam Houston State, South Carolina State, Tennessee Tech and others, so we give him a chance to defend each pick. With six head-to-head picks against Tom, there's sure to be gloating next week.
Games covered in the podcast (in order of appearance):
Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes
No. 6 South Carolina Gamecocks at No. 11 Georgia Bulldogs (-3 1/2)
No. 15 Texas Longhorns at Brigham Young Cougars (+7 1/2)
No. 3 Oregon Ducks at Virginia Cavaliers (+22 1/2)
No. 14 Notre Dame Fighting Irish at No. 17 Michigan Wolverines (-3 1/2)
Washington State Cougars at No. 25 USC (-15 1/2)
Syracuse Orange at No. 19 Northwestern Wildcats (-10 1/2)
Sam Houston State at No. 7 Texas A&M Aggies (-46 1/2)
Eastern Kentucky Wildcats at No. 8 Louisville Cardinals (-40 1/2)
S.C. State at No. 4 Clemson Tigers (-52 1/2)
UAB Blazers at No. 9 LSU Tigers (-34 1/2)
Tennessee Tech at No. 21 Wisconsin Badgers (-45 1/2)
Southern Miss at No. 22 Nebraska Cornhuskers (-28 1/2)
Buffalo Bulls at Baylor Bears (-27 1/2)
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