MGoFish Staff Game Pick’Em: Week 12

Upsets galore. That’s what week 11 had in store for college football as four top 10 teams went down, including 3 to unranked teams. On top of that, there were a lot of other close games and upsets throughout the top 25. It was a crazy week. And we could be in store for another one as there are two (nearly three) match ups of top 10 teams and 6 match ups between ranked teams overall.

As for the staff’s standings heading into week 12, we all took a pretty big hit after last week but Brandon remains the Big Fish in the pond:

  • Fish: 89/116 – 77%
  • Emmitt: 85/116 – 73%
  • Matt: 89/116 – 77%
  • Brandon: 92/116 – 79%
 FishEmmitt Matt Brandon
Wake Forest at #1 Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson
#9 Michigan State at #2 Ohio State Ohio State Ohio StateOhio State Ohio State
Charleston Southern at #3 Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama
#10 Baylor at #4 Oklahoma StateBaylor Baylor Oklahoma State Oklahoma State
Boston College vs #5 Notre DameNotre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame
Purdue at #6 Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa
#11 TCU at #7 Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma
FAU at #8 Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida
#12 North Carolina at Virginia TechVirginia Tech North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina
#13 Houston at Connecticut Houston Houston Houston Houston
#14 Michigan at Penn State Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan
Cal at #15 Stanford Stanford Stanford StanfordStanford
Chattanooga at #16 Florida State Florida StateFlorida StateFlorida StateFlorida State
#17 LSU at #25 Ole Miss Ole Miss Ole Miss Ole MissOle Miss
UCLA at #18 Utah Utah Utah Utah Utah
#19 Navy at Tulsa Navy NavyNavyNavy
#20 Northwestern at #21 Wisconsin Wisconsin Northwestern Northwestern Wisconsin
#22 USC at #23 Oregon USCUSC USCOregon
Colorado at #24 Washington StateWashington StateWashington StateWashington StateWashington State

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