2018 FCS Pick ‘Em – Week 2

2018 FCS Pick ‘Em – Week 2

The opening weekend of the FCS season provided some head-scratching results, led by Butler’s shocker over Youngstown State. The Missouri Valley took it on the chin last weekend, losses by Western Illinois and Northern Iowa to the Big Sky schools make this an even bigger weekend as we advance to week two. Kolpack had an early lead with McNeese winning, but things evened up after Montana’s victory. On to week two!

                                                                                        DOM (5-2)          JEFF (5-2)

  • Northern Colorado at South Dakota                             USD              USD
  • North Dakota at Washington                                        UW               UW
  • (5) Eastern Washington  at (20) Northern Arizona        EWU             UNA
  • Gardner-Webb at (6) North Carolina A&T                     A&T             A&T
  • (2) James Madison at Norfolk State                               JMU             JMU
  • Montana State at (3) South Dakota State                      SDSU            SDSU
  • Western Illinois at Illinois                                               WIU              Illini
  • (Sidenote: I’m taking Illinois in the upset)
  • Eastern Illinois at (19) Illinois State                                ISU                ISU
  • (13) Weber State at Cal Poly                                          Weber           Weber


  • USC at Stanford                                                            Stanford       Stanford

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