Source: NCAA.com

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Lock of the Week: Saturday, Sept. 7 Army at No. 7 Michigan (-23)  12 p.m., FOX

This is a very dangerous game for Michigan and if you do not believe me just ask Oklahoma who had to beat Army in overtime. Army runs the triple option, which gives everybody fits and I am betting it gives Michigan problems, too.

Michigan 27  Army 24

No. 21 Syracuse (-1) at Maryland  12 p.m., ESPN2

Is Maryland for real? We are about to find out as they play a tough Syracuse team who was dominant on defense in their win against Liberty last week. I like the Orange in a close shootout.

Syracuse 34  Maryland 30

Cincinnati at No. 5 Ohio State (-16.5)  12 p.m., ABC

UPSET Alert! Take the points for sure because this should be a close game. The Bearcats are excellent on defense and very good on offense.

Cincinnati 24  Ohio State 21

No. 12 Texas A&M at No. 1 Clemson (-19.5)  3:30 p.m., ABC 

The Aggies almost pulled an upset in this one last year and this should be a fairly close game again. The spread is too big here.

Clemson 34  Texas A&M 24 

No. 25 Nebraska (-6.5) at Colorado  3:30 p.m., FOX  

Nebraska is still a year away from serious contention and with that being said, I am taking Colorado and the points in a close game.

Nebraska 27  Colorado 24

No. 6 LSU (-5.5) at No. 9 Texas  7 p.m., ABC  

Joe Burrow and Sam Ehlinger, could an SEC team be involved in a Big 12 Shootout? If Texas can block a big athletic LSU defensive line they can win this game, so take the points.

Texas 31  LSU 27

No. 18 UCF (-8.5) at Florida Atlantic 7 p.m., CBSSN  

The Knights could be a factor again this season and they will be too much for Florida Atlantic here.

UCF 38  FAU 20

Nevada at No. 16 Oregon (-21.5) 7:30 p.m., Pac-12 Network

Nevada is coming off a huge win and Oregon is coming off a heartbreaking loss. Oregon wins but Nevada covers.

Oregon 34 Nevada 20