The 2020 college football season saw 15 games either postponed or canceled before this weekend’s action kicks off.
The SEC announced the postponement of four games, the Pac-12 postponed three games and numerous other teams around the country saw their schedules flipped upside down as well.
Fortunately, there is still some semblance of college football taking place this weekend. Of course, that also means there will be teams on upset alert as well.
Before Saturday’s games kick off, ESPN college football analyst Lee Corso delivered his upset picks this week. He doesn’t understand why Virginia Tech is favored over Miami and thinks the Indiana Hoosiers could be in trouble.
Here’s what he said, via 247Sports:
“Virginia Tech is a two-point favorite over No. 9 Miami. Huh?,” Corso said. “I can’t believe that. There’s a blue-liner for you, Kirk (Herbstreit). Indiana is in the top-10 for the first time in 55 years — 55 years! Today, they must be alert for Michigan State.”
Miami is no stranger to being picked as an upset special. The Hurricanes have a history of underperforming, but this year’s team feels a little different with D’Eriq King at quarterback.
Meanwhile, the Hoosiers are off to one of the best starts in team history. Indiana upset Penn State to open the season and just took down the Michigan Wolverines last weekend.
Next up is a Michigan State team that was blown out by Iowa last weekend.