This article is part of our College Capper series.
No intro needed for me at this point. I'm tired of cancellations that I don't believe are just, and I'm tired of guessing who's going to play as coaching staffs hide secrets. Very thankful we've had a season, but just freaking play! I'm angry and going 5-0 this week, largely with humongous road favorites, which seems to be my trend and my downfall. Lets get it!
Clemson (-22) at Virginia Tech
The Tigers, to me, looked some kind of angry last week against Pitt, playing with purpose they hadn't shown to date in their first action since falling at Notre Dame. I don't see how the Hokies slow down Clemson's attack; they rank 89th against the run (4.8 YPC, 20 TDs) and 107th against the pass (7.7 YPA). I've been anti-Justin Fuente since his second season, as his offense is just unimaginative. Maybe the Hokies rally around him given hot seat rumors, but I just don't see how they compete here.
Oregon State (+11) at Utah
Utah is 0-2 SU and 1-1 ATS, while OSU is 2-2 SU yet 3-1 ATS. Maybe I'm falling into a trap here, but I'm not sure what the Utes have done to be betted up from an initial seven-point spread to this two-possession number. The Beavers can score, with a season-low of 27 and 72 total in their last two, and this matchup has one common opponent in Washington, who beat OSU by six and Utah by three. Utah is probably due