I'm sorry, but I feel like I let you all down last week, going 21-5. Five? That's just terrible, especially when picking just winners & losers and not bothering with the spread.
That leaves me 61-13, three behind leader Dennis Dodd (64-10) and one behind J. Darin Darst (62-12). You can check the picks of the so-called experts here.
WEEK 4 PICKS
Pittsburgh 27, No. 19 Miami 20
No. 4 TCU over SMU
No. 1 Alabama 36, No. 10 Arkansas 24
No. 2 Ohio State over Eastern Michigan
No. 3 Boise State 41, No. 24 Oregon State 21
No. 5 Oregon over Arizona State
No. 6 Nebraska over South Dakota State
No. 7 Texas over UCLA
No. 8 Oklahoma over Cincinnati
No. 9 Florida over Kentucky
No. 11 Wisconsin over Austin (Let's Go) Peay
No. 17 Auburn 27, No. 12 South Carolina 24
No. 13 Utah over San Jose State
No. 14 Arizona over Cal
No. 15 LSU 23, No. 22 West Virginia 17
No. 16 Stanford over Notre Dame
No. 18 Iowa over Ball State (Sorry, Dave)
No. 20 USC over Washington State
No. 21 Michigan over Bowling Green
No. 23 Penn State over Temple (Who? -- as in Owls. Get it?)
No. 25 Michigan State over No. Colorado
Virginia Tech over Boston College
Georgia Tech over N.C. State
Nevada over BYU
WEEK 3 RECAP (21-5)
I lost on Iowa (to Arizona), Georgia (to Arkansas), Houston (to UCLA?), Nevada (to Cal) & UNC (to Ga. Tech).
And I was wrong by a hook on the over in USC-Minnesota and completely wrong on the over in Houston-UCLA. Again, my apologies.