Pick’em: Week 4

Bryan Matthews, Senior Editor
Auburn Sports

AUBURN | Each week the AuburnSports.com staff makes their predictions on Auburn and top college football games from around the country.

PICK'EM WEEK 4

GAMES

BMATT  19-11

J LEE    18-12

HUNTER 18-12

JAY G     17-13

MR Q    13-17

USC at CAL

USC

USC

USC

USC

USC

TCU at OKST

OKST

OKST

OKST

OKST

TCU

DUKE at UNC

UNC

UNC

UNC

DUKE

UNC

PSU at IOWA

PSU

PSU

PSU

IOWA

IOWA

UCLA at STAN

UCLA

STAN

STAN

STAN

UCLA

TAMU vs. ARK

ARK

TAMU

ARK

TAMU

TAMU

ALA at VU

ALA

ALA

ALA

ALA

VU

MSU at UGA

UGA

UGA

UGA

UGA

UGA

UF at UK

UF

UF

UF

UF

UF

AUB at MIZ

AUB

AUB

AUB

AUB

AUB

WHAT THEY THINK

Jay G. Tate, possessor of strong calf game.

Auburn 42-10

So here we sit headed into Week Four and, let's be honest, we really don't understand what Auburn is trying to accomplish on offense. Touchdowns? Sure. They like touchdowns. The Tigers' methods for scoring touchdowns? Changes like the wind. Today is the day it all makes sense, however. Auburn will run inside, run outside, throw shallow, throw deep. If only these days would occur with a better opponent on the field ...

Bryan Matthews, defending champ. It’s pronounced JIF.

Auburn 31-17

This is a great opportunity for Auburn’s offense to have success and gain some confidence against Missouri’s sieve-like defense. Four touchdowns seems like a lot for this stumbling and fumbling offense, but will go with the glass half full this week.

Jeffrey Lee, specializes in sending links.

Auburn 37-17

Maybe Auburn's offense will put together a complete game, but I'm Missouri. What better venue to show me it can than the Show Me state?

Hunter Adams, your momma’s favorite football coach.

Auburn 26-17

Closer than you'd want it to be against a bad SECe team, but the Auburn defense forces numerous turnovers and negative plays that give Daniel Carlson frequent opportunities for points, before a Pettway wildcat touchdown or two pull the Tigers away for good.

Mr. Quarter, flippin' and pickin' since 1987. Liker of trucks.

Auburn 23-6

Missouri’s defense is so bad even Auburn’s offense could look good against them, if they don’t fumble it away. Daniel Carlson breaks out of his slump to kick three field goals and give the visiting Tigers a 1-0 conference start.

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