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Clayton Picks All the Games Correctly: Week 1 (Friday Edition)

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In this first Friday edition of “Clayton Picks All the Games Correctly,” the Miss Cleo of College Football will give you five sure fire tips on winning some money this evening.

No. 8 Washington at Rutgers: The Huskies seem to have more “Schiano Men” on their roster than the Scarlet Knights.

Final Score: Washington 45 Rutgers 13

Boston College at Northern Illinois: The culinary scene in Chestnut Hill is really thriving. They’ve got a great Star Market, which has a top notch deli. They’ve got a Legal Sea Foods. They’ve got a Shake Shack. A Frank Pepe’s just opened at the mall too. What does Northern Illinois have? Nothing of note.

Final Score: Boston College 28 Northern Illinois 20

Fordham at Army: With the graduation of Vince Lombardi, Fordham’s offensive line has been compromised. Word on the street is that Lombardi has headed north to West Point and is coaching their offensive line. This will likely lead to some uncomfortable exchanges this Friday night.

Final Score: Army 31 Fordham 17

Central Connecticut at Syracuse: The Orangeman are bound to win one game this year, aren’t they?

Final Score: Syracuse 42 Central Connecticut 28

Colorado vs. Colorado State (Mile High Stadium or whatever they call it now, Denver): In 1978, the majority of Coloradans, for the first time, lived in cities, according to the US Census Bureau. This important demarcation, however, was neither a quick or unexpected development. Colorado’s urban population had grown proportionally faster than its urban population in every census since the Wilson Administration, but it took more than half a century for the state to move from 94 percent rural in 1920 to 50.1 percent urban in 1978.

Final Score: Colorado 38 Colorado State 31

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