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Mejia's Selections

Tony Mejia continues his coverage on this season as a regular contributor. Mejia will be providing his Straight Up predictions for select games each week during the 2014 season, plus he'll be analyzing one key matchup each week. users can gain access to all of Mejia’s weekly college football selections in our “Buy Picks” section under Antony Dinero. Mejia has powered this brand since its inception and with his efforts, the brand is widely considered one of the best in the industry.

Along with this feature, Mejia also provides his weekly College Football Power Rankings to

Weekly Results
Week 2 (SU): 10-0
Overall (SU): 21-2
Game to Watch (SU/ATS): 2-0, 1-1

Game to Watch: Arizona State 48 Colorado 20
The Buffs will be making their first Folsom Field appearance, but need to find a way to stay in this early to make home field hold up as a factor. After wilting in the second half against Colorado State and playing poor defense at UMass, Mike McIntyre's team faces the prospect of being overwhelmed by the most talented offense they've seen to date. Look for the Sun Devils to surge ahead and pull away in Boulder to impressively roll in their Pac-12 opener. Back Arizona State laying 15.

Week 3 - Assorted Selections
Team Predicted Score Team Predicted Score
Georgia Tech 37 Georgia Southern 13
Air Force 34 Georgia State 17
Ball State 34 Indiana State 24
Michigan 40 Miami (OH) 13
UAB 41 Alabama A&M 17
Western Michigan 31 Idaho 20
LSU 48 Louisiana-Monroe 10
Tulane 56 Southeastern Louisiana 14
Washington State 45 Portland State 17

TV Picks to Click

12:00-3:00 p.m. ET - Teams should be on upset alert in this window, so be sure to keep the remote and all the tablets handy. Between Indiana and Syracuse visiting competent MAC programs, UCF challenging Missouri with impressive Justin Holman entrenched at QB and intriguing regional matchups like ECU at Virginia Tech and West Virginia visiting Maryland, we're going to see an upset or three.

3:00-7:00 p.m. ET - Steve Spurrier has already been embarrassed at home once, so going 0-2 in the SEC would be brutal. They'll still love him in Columbia, but there's no question this would allow coaches to start questioning his competence on recruiting trips going forward. We know who Dabo Swinney will be pulling for as he watches undisturbed during Clemson's bye week. Arkansas facing Texas Tech should pack intrigue, as will Iowa State's visit to Iowa if the Cyclones bring the same fire to Iowa City that they displayed in nearly knocking off Kansas State last weekend.

7:00-10:00 p.m. ET - Since Oklahoma State has to replace QB J.D. Walsh, UT-San Antonio has an opportunity to pull a massive upset. Beyond that, we'll have to look forward to Kentucky challenging Florida, Tennessee visiting Oklahoma, UCLA-Texas and Penn State at Rutgers for entertainment value despite the lack of high-profile matchups.

10:00-1:00 a.m. ET: - This final block of games will probably start with checking on what that boy Trill Hill and Texas A&M have run up damage-wise against Rice. Yep, I just typed that sentence. The Pac-12 meeting mentioned above between ASU and Colorado will be worth watching, as will Arizona hosting Nevada. Las Vegas product Anu Solomon has likely always wanted a shot at the Wolf Pack. Nebraska visits Fresno State looking to rebound from a letdown against McNeese State.

Daily Fantasy Lineup - Week 2

QB: Marcus Mariota, Oregon
QB: Bo Wallace, Ole Miss
RB: Alex Collins, Arkansas
RB: Todd Gurley, South Carolina
WR: Nelson Agholor, USC
WR: Stefon Gibbs, Maryland
TE: Tyreese Russell, Eastern Michigan
FLX: D.J. Foster, Arizona State
FLX: Kevonte Martin-Manley, Iowa

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