By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On November 26, 2016 at 12:16 pm EST
Orlando Pace, the former Ohio State Buckeyes and National Football League tackle, was this week’s College GameDay guest picker. Pace will look to try to beat Frank Caliendo’s record this season.
Caliendo is 8-2 this season. Last week’s guest picker Greg Jennings, also a former NFL player, went 7-3 from the Western Michigan campus.
He picked #11 Louisville Cardinals to defeat the Kentucky Wildcats.
“I think they’re going to bounce back this week,” Pace said. He was referring to the 36-10 loss by the Cardinals to the Houston Cougars in last week’s action.
He picked the Georgia Bulldogs to beat the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. He also picked the #15 Florida State Seminoles to defeat the #13 Florida Gators.
“They’ve been up and down this year,” Pace said referring to Florida State. “But I’m picking Florida State.”
Pace picked #4 Clemson Tigers to beat the South Carolina Gamecocks. He picked #9 Colorado Buffaloes over the #22 Utah Utes.
He also said #12 USC Trojans will defeat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
“USC big,” Pace added. “I agree with Des (Desmond Howard, who also picked the Buffaloes)”
Pace picked Michigan State to upset #7 Penn State Nittany Lions.
“Michigan State did everything right last week [against the Ohio State Buckeyes],” Pace added. “I think they’re going to do the same this week.”
He picked #6 Wisconsin Badgers to beat the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Pace picked #1 Alabama Crimson Tide to beat #13 Auburn Tigers.
Pace also picked his alma mater, #2 Buckeyes, to defeat the #3 Michigan Wolverines. The loser of this game is likely out of the College Football Playoffs Top 4 teams.
“I expect the Buckeyes to roll,” Pace said.
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