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September 13, 2007 at 1:07 PM

Phil Steele picks Buckeyes

Phil Steele has been pretty right on the money with his picks on the Husky games the first two weeks, but UW fans will hope he’s wrong about this one.
Steele picks Ohio State to win 20-10 Saturday in his selections released today.
Interestingly, his computer calls for almost a completely even game with Ohio State getting 110 yards rushing and 208 passing, and UW 116 rushing and 188 passing. He says he thinks the game will go down to the wire but that Ohio State will “escape with the win” though he doesn’t really say why.
Among some other interesting picks, he calls for Oregon to rout Fresno State 45-21 and tabs New Mexico over Arizona as one of his upset specials, calling for the Lobos to win 20-17.

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