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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde pick their favorite college football Week 3 games against the spread in this week’s Race for the Case.
Before their official picks, the show dives into the details of UNC’s Tez Walker’s appeal for NCAA eligibility this season. After Walker’s appeal was denied, UNC head coach Mack Brown spoke out against the NCAA and the rules that are preventing Walker from suiting up this season.
Alabama is playing USF this weekend in a rare Power Five vs. Group of Five matchup in Tampa Bay. The Crimson Tide aren’t strangers to games in Florida & the guys hope that fans can get more interesting matchups like this in the future.
Ahead of the next wave of realignment, ESPN’s Paul Finebaum stated that Florida State is not on the SEC’s wishlist of schools to add to their conference. With an already strong presence in Florida, the SEC’s sights are set on new states to expand into.
The Race for the Case games for Week 3 include the #15 ranked Kansas State Wildcats at the Missouri Tigers, the #14 ranked LSU Tigers at the Mississippi State Bulldogs, the #11 ranked Tennessee Volunteers at the Florida Gators, the Pittsburgh Panthers @ the West Virginia Mountaineers, the BYU Cougars at the Arkansas Razorbacks, and Dan, Ross & Pat’s locks of the week.
Lastly, in news of the weird, Mexico’s congress were shown a presentation of what a group claimed to be 1,000 year old mummified aliens.
1:00 Apple picking weekend
5:08 Tez Walker’s appeal for NCAA eligibility
23:34 Alabama will be playing at USF this week
32:49 Paul Finebaum stated that FSU isn’t at the top of SEC expansion wishlist
38:30 What game this weekend are you most interested in seeing?
46:36 #15 KSU @ Missouri
49:06 #14 LSU @ Mississippi State
51:40 #11 Tennessee @ Florida
54:30 Pitt @ WVU
58:10 BYU @ Arkansas
1:00:37 Lock of the week
1:06:00 Mummified aliens in Mexico
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