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Navy Midshipmen (-7) @ Maryland Terrapins
Monday, September 6th
4:00 ET, Terrapins Stadium, College Park, MD

This is merely the undercard for the main event later in the evening, but that doesn't mean that we can't take huge advantage of the situation. The Terrapins probably have some unrealistic expectations of themselves this year. Yes, at times in 2009, they fought hard to pull upsets, but when push came to shove, HC Ralph Friedgen just didn't have enough talent on the field to compete. Yes, this is a new year, but we aren't overly impressed with any of the returning pieces to the puzzle. Maryland will have to prove to us that it is legitimate before we back it. We know what we're getting with the Naval Academy, though. QB Ricky Dobbs is going to be running all over the place, and odds have it, he is producing at least two touchdowns, whether via the pass or on the ground. The triple option returns almost all of its key components from last year, and the Middies know that this could be yet another double digit win season. Heck, is the BCS really out of the question? It is if this isn't a comfortable victory. Expect Navy to sink Maryland.

Prediction: Navy 36 – Maryland 20

Boise State Broncos vs. Virginia Tech Hokies (+2)
Monday, September 6th
8:00 ET, FedEx Field, Landover, MD

It has already been well advertised what this game really means, especially to Boise State. However, what hasn't been discussed that much is what could actually happen on the field. Yes, the Broncos are a fantastic team, especially offensively, where ten of the 11 starters from last season are back. QB Kellen Moore put up superb numbers all season long, but none of those figures were particularly impressive against either of the two legitimate defenses that this team faced over the course of last season (Oregon and TCU). Virginia Tech has to be tired of hearing how it can't win the big game outside of ACC play to become a National Championship contender. Yes, it is true that the Hokies might not have that much experience up front, but what we learned last season was to never doubt HC Frank Beamer, as he discovered diamond in the rough RB Ryan Williams, who immediately became one of the best backs in the nation. If QB Tyrod Taylor takes care of the football, the Hokies can win this game. Getting to 20 might be all it takes. We think that V-Tech is going to find a way to pull this off in front of a de facto home crowd on the "neutral" site of FedEx Field.

Prediction: Virginia Tech 23 – Boise State 16

Lou Palumbo is the founder and part owner of the Sports Handicapping Community. He's been writing and posting free picks and sports handicapping strategies on the Cappersinfo forums and website for 15 years now. He enjoys handicapping just as much as he did from the very first day he built the original Cappersinfo website.

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