I nailed my college football week 5 predictions, went 4 for 5 on my picks and was very close with my scores on all the games, safe to say it was a pretty predictable weekend of college football. The first game I had was Miami vs Georgia Tech, Miami was facing their first test of the season going against Georgia Tech and dominated them in all aspects of the game. It wasn't even close, Miami showed they deserved their Top 25 spot, and that they will win the games that they're supposed to, I wouldn't say Miami is back just yet, but they are definitley on the right path. I called for this game to be 35-17 and the final score was 35-21, so a little pat on the back for myself with that great call. Next, we had Tennessee vs Georgia, this was a game for the ages. Tennessee did their usual, look like crap in the first half and fall behind by a good amount of points skit, so that put them in an early hole. They were down 17-0 at one point in the first half before making it 17-7 right before the half. Josh Dobbs was great in this game, he had 4 total touchdowns, and the one interception he threw was after getting speared in the head by a Georgia defender. Dobbs was clearly dazed and threw it right to a Georgia player on the next play. Georgia led the game all day long up until the fourth quarter, Tennessee would make their push in the 4th quarter, and would ultimately take the lead 28-24 with a little under three minutes to play. Georgia threw an interception on that next drive but would get the ball back with just under a minute to play after forcing a 3 and out. Georgia took 4 plays to go 81 yards and took the lead 31-28 with 10 seconds to play, it looked like Georgia was finally going to end Tennessee's comeback winning streak. Tennessee had some magic up their sleeve though, they got the ball around the 50 yard line after the kickoff so they'd have one play to run. They run the patented hail Mary and one Tennessee player was able to out jump about 6 Georgia players to come down with the improbable catch and win the game for Tennessee 34-31. I predicted Tennessee would win this game 31-28 in a thriller, so just another game that I nailed right on the head because any game that ends the way this one did is an instant classic. Wisconsin took on Michigan in the big house, this game was all defense, all the time. Both offenses were unable to do much against the opposing defense in this game, so it was a very low scoring affair. I knew this game would come down to which quarterback would be able to make more plays for their team, that guy was clearly Wilton Speight for Michigan. He had 219 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception, and completed 20/32 of his passes, meanwhile Alex Hornibrook for Wisconsin was awful he threw for 88 yards, 1 touchdown, and 3 interceptions, which a couple of those interceptions came late in the fourth quarter. As much as I'd love to bury Hornibrook for playing awful, the Michigan secondary is just filled with savage players, so I think a lot of teams are going to have trouble throwing on these studs. Wisconsin's success was going to be defined by Hornibrook's play in this game and he played horrible so that's why Wisconsin was only able to score 7 points. Michigan won 14-7 in a defensive war, this was the only game I picked wrong this weekend. I thought the most predictable game of the week was going to be the Oklahoma vs TCU game and it was. Oklahoma was clearly going to bounce back, they lost two very tough games and everyone was ready to crucify them and Bob Stoops. Ridiculous, they absolutely whooped TCU's ass, the score got real close in the fourth quarter when TCU scored a bunch of touchdowns in a row while Oklahoma was just playing super conservative, but Oklahoma held on to win 52-46. Oklahoma is going to be in a lot of high scoring games this season because their offense is nasty but their defense clearly needs some help. I knew Baker Mayfield was in for a huge day and boy did he deliver, he had 4 total touchdowns and accounted for over 300 yards of total offense. Some may just call me physic after how well my predictions went this college football Saturday. This crazy day of football set us up for the game of the year Louisville vs Clemson and boy did it live up to the hype. Deshaun Watson was all over the field trying to state his Heisman case, him and Lamar Jackson are the two clear cut favorites to win the award especially after this game. Clemson handled Louisville very well in the first half keeping Lamar Jackson contained, going into halftime 28-10, the Clemson defense was on their game, and the fans of Death Valley were roaring. That all changed in the second half when Louisville scored 26 unanswered points to take the lead in the fourth quarter. At this point they're up 36-28 and Clemson looks dead in the water, Deshaun Watson has been here before though, and he knew exactly what he needed to do to win the game. Deshaun Watson led two touchdown drives to take the lead back late in the fourth quarter. 42-36 was the score, all Louisville needed was a touchdown, and they had plenty of time on the clock to drive down the field to get one. They got down inside the Clemson 20 it looked like for sure the Louisville Cardinals were going to steal this win in Death Valley. It was 4th down and Louisville needed a touchdown to score to stay alive, Lamar Jackson completes a pass to his receiver, but he gets tackled on the three yardline falling just short of the victory. Lamar Jackson had 3 total touchdowns and 450 total yards, Deshaun Watson had 5 total touchdowns and had about 400 total yards so both these Heisman candidates put on for their schools. It was a glorious weekend of glorious battles, I guessed the winner of every game except the Michigan game so good job by me, and now we prepare ourselves for a great day of NFL football.