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Big Games In Week Four

1 Alabama vs. 10 Arkansas With a healthy Mark Ingram the Tide look back. Ingram domianted in his first game back this season but of course that was against Duke. The key for Arkansas is their defense which didn't look great against Georgia. Another big question is how good Ryan Mallett can do against the unexperienced Crimson Tide secondary. Alabama 34 Arkansas 28.
12 South Carolina vs. 17 Auburn Another big SEC war features two scrambling quarterbacks. The Gamecocks have two-Christian Garcia and Conner Shaw- while the Tigers have Cameron Newton. Newton is young but he can make many plays. The big recruit for South Carolina- running back Marcus Lattimore- has been huge for the Gamecocks. Something to watch for- the Gamecocks without tight end Weslye Saunders who was dismissed from the team. South Carolina 21 Auburn 16.
3 Boise State vs. 24 Oregon State The Broncos need to win this one to have a chance at the BCS championship after Virginia Tech lost to James Madison. Kellen Moore also may need this one to have a shot at the Heisman. His options are spectacular- Titus Young and Austin Pettis both All WAC receivers. Tight end Tony Galarda- who made the one handed grab in the back of the end zone over the Hokies is an option in the red zone. The biggest problem for Moore will be ignoring the constant pressure tackle Stephen Paea puts on.
15 LSU vs. 22 West Virginia Electric gamebreaker Noel Devine will be key for the Monutaineers as Geno Smith has been just average in the first few games. Plus amazing cornerback Patrick Peterson wouldn't help at all. Jordan Jefferson can make play salong with wideout Terrance Toliver and QB, RB, WR Russell Sheppard.

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