FCS Pick ‘Em – Week 6

FCS Pick ‘Em – Week 6
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First a thank you to Youngstown State and Tennessee Tech two last-second wins by each team propelled me to a 9-5 week and for the first time in a LONG time, a new leader in the clubhouse. That being said, we have some terrifically tough games to pick this week, notwithstanding NDSU-UNI. Here we go!

                                                                    DOM (49-23)      JEFF (48-24)

  • (10) Lehigh at  (13) Fordham                       Ford          Ford
  • William and Mary at (20) Villanova             Nova         Nova
  • Missouri State at South Dakota                   MSU          MSU
  • Western Illinois at Illinois State                  Ill St          Ill St
  • Georgia Southern at Samford                     GSU          Sam
  • Southern Illinois at (9) SDSU                       SDSU        SIU
  • (22) Youngstown St at Indiana State            YSU          YSU
  • Portland State at (12) Montana                    UM           UM
  • (25) Delaware at (23) Maine                         Del           Maine
  • North Dakota at Idaho State                        UND          UND
  • (14) McNeese St at (11) Central Arkansas     UCA          UCA
  • (17) Northern Arizona at (7) Montana St.      NAU          MSU
  • Yale at (19) Cal Poly                                     Poly         Poly
  • Weber State at (8) Eastern Washington       EWU         EWU
  • (1) Ohio State at (17) Northwestern              OSU         OSU


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