This article is part of our College Capper series.
A rough go for me last week as I slipped below .500. Had I known at submission Temple was on their fifth QB, that clearly wouldn't have been a play. Cincy's D finally had a bad day, costing me, and Clemson had their opportunity taken away. I also apologize to readers...looked like we had some good chatter post article publishing last week, and I was tied up with three kids in soccer tournaments. That season is over, so hopefully I can find some steady winners and opine where I'm fading as well. Those spots include Notre Dame (-4.5) at North Carolina, and Iowa (-14) vs. Nebraska. UNC can flat out score, and while they can't stop anyone, I don't know if the Irish have the firepower to match points. Iowa was an obvious play last week, and look even more so this week. I'm rolling with plenty all road teams this week. Fingers crossed!
Georgia (-21.5) at South Carolina
I hate how much this line has been bet up since opening at (-18.5), but I'm willing to stay the course. So long as what we saw from JT Daniels last week carries over, there's no way this is close. South Carolina has allowed 11.0 yards per pass attempt over their last four games, and just saw top corner Jaycee Horn opt out. Daniels' presence should push that issue, and also open up space for the Dawgs ground game. Conversely, the Gamecocks have a quarterback conundrum with Collin Hill