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By Joe Kazmar
For the Record 

Kaz's Fearless Forecast

Games This Week

 

Last updated 9/14/2021 at 4:24pm



WEST ORANGE-STARK over NEWTON—The Mustangs have had two weeks to prepare for this talented opponent which has given them plenty of problems in the past. It could very well come down to the last team with the football wins.

BRIDGE CITY over ANAHUAC—The Cardinals had a rude awakening last week against the Huffman Falcons and maybe this gut check will lead to a much better performance Friday night. But the Redbirds had better not take these Panthers too lightly before their district opener in two weeks.

ORANGEFIELD over BUNA—The Bobcats are sitting pretty atop of the District 11-4A-II standings with an unblemished 3-0 record while the Cougars are still looking for their first 2021 victory. Buna would like nothing better than putting a hickey on the ‘Cats clean record, so Orangefield needs to just take care of business.

VIDOR over BAY CITY—The 3-0 Pirates are off to their best start in many moons and would like to treat their home fans to their fourth straight win of the young season. But they had better not get complacent and savor those press clippings and burst their bubble.

DEWEYVILLE over WARREN—This will be the Pirates’ toughest task so far this season, taking on a larger school on the road. But Deweyville is playing sound football and needs that to happen again Friday night.

NORTHERN COLORADO over LAMAR—Murdering North American may have given the Cardinals fodder for their scrapbooks, but it merely set up the whomping they took Saturday in San Antonio against UTSA. Northern Colorado lost to Colorado—the team that barely lost 10-7 against the fifth-ranked Texas Aggies Saturday—and then overwhelmed Houston Baptist Saturday. The Redbirds will have to be at their best to compete in this road game.

McNEESE STATE over SOUTHERN—The Cowboys never dreamed they would still be looking for their first victory in their third game of the season, but they had better get their program together after being blanked by LSU Saturday and get ready for the start of Southland Conference play next week.

HIGH SCHOOL—Beaumont West Brook over Deer Park, East Chambers over Lumberton, Jasper over Hardin-Jefferson, Hamshire-Fannett over Splendora, Liberty over Shepherd, Pleasant Grove over Silsbee, Grapeland over Kirbyville, Beaumont Kelly over Kountze, Evadale over Cushing.

COLLEGE—Louisiana-Lafayette over Ohio (Thursday); Central Florida over Louisville and Maryland over Illinois (Both Friday); Alabama over Florida, Oklahoma over Nebraska, Ohio State over Tulsa, Texas A&M over New Mexico, Clemson over Georgia Tech, Cincinnati over Indiana, Notre Dame over Purdue, Iowa State over UNLV, Iowa over Kent State, Penn State over Auburn, Oregon over Stony Brook, Southern Cal over Washington State, Texas over Rice, UCLA over Fresno State, Coastal Carolina over Buffalo, Virginia Tech over West Virginia, Ole Miss over Tulane, Utah over San Diego State, Michigan State over Miami, BYU over Arizona State, North Carolina over Virginia, Eastern Michigan over Massachusetts, Pittsburgh over

Western Michigan, Syracuse over Albany, Boston College over Temple, Army over UConn, Rutgers over Delaware. Liberty over Old Dominion, Air Force over Utah State, Kentucky over Chattanooga, Missouri over Southeast Missouri, Tennessee over Tennessee Tech, Appalachian State over Elon, Murray State over Bowling Green, Florida Atlantic over Fordham, Marshall over East Carolina, Southern Mississippi over Troy, LSU over Central Michigan, North Carolina State over Furman, Stanford over Vanderbilt, South Alabama over Alcorn State, Michigan over Northern Illinois, Kansas State over Nevada, Wake Forest over Florida State, Baylor over Kansas, Miami, o. over Long Island, Arkansas over Georgia Southern, Wyoming over Ball State, Northwestern over Duke, Toledo over Colorado State, Oklahoma State over Boise State, SMU over Louisiana Tech, Mississippi State over Memphis, UTSA over Middle Tennessee State, Texas Tech over Florida International, Houston over Grambling, Texas State over Incarnate Word, North Texas over UAB, Louisiana-Monroe over Jackson State, Minnesota over Colorado, Oregon State over Idaho, California over Sacramento State, Washington over Arkansas State, New Mexico State over South Carolina State, Arizona over Northern Arizona, Hawaii over San Jose State,

PRO PICKS—NY Giants over Washington (Thursday Night); Cleveland over Houston, Buffalo over Miami, Cincinnati over Chicago, Denver over Jacksonville, LA Rams over Indianapolis, Pittsburgh over Las Vegas, New England over NY Jets, New Orleans over Carolina, San Francisco over Philadelphia, Tampa Bay over Atlanta, Arizona over Minnesota, Dallas over LA Chargers (Upset Special), Seattle over Tennessee, Kansas City over Baltimore (all Sunday); Green Bay over Detroit (Monday Night).

 

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