Adam Nettina, our guy for all things Non-BCS is back on the scene this week after a one week hiatus and that means the big guns are back out. Fresh off a week where Adam was doing some work for Go Mids after the Navy-Sakerlina game we've got six quality match ups to talk about plus your player of the week and our BCS Busters discussion. We kick off with our Utah State minute right up front as the BYU Cougars host the Aggies for a showdown of in-state foes.
We've also got another in-state game as Maryland hosts Towson and Adam pins this game as a possible upset. Hawaii taking on Louisiana Tech for what is possibly the WAC's deciding game and it is just the start of October. Bowling Green has shown themselves well but we'll see what West Virginia has for the Falcons. SMU-TCU wraps up our games for you to keep your eye on as June Jones and JJ McDermott look to really tax that Horned Frogs secondary in this Texas showdown. Zach Line of SMU is going to have to show up big on the ground for the Mustangs to have a real shot at upsetting TCU.
In our BCS Busters spot we say a farewell to Florida International, fresh off their visit into the promised land after beating UCF. Boise State holds their honored spot while TCU still remains as the most critical obstacle to the Broncos BCS hopes. Houston keeps winning football games and Adam throws a curveball with Temple who, while not undefeated, does represent a stronger MAC East than we've seen recently and if they run the table they might get into the discussion.
In our spotlight game of the week we've got the Service Academies taking the shine as Air Force takes on Navy in Annapolis. Kriss Proctor and Tim Jefferson square off in a battle of different styles ran quite efficiently. Navy is quite committed to getting back the Commander in Chief Trophy and that starts here for the Midshipmen.
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