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2015 Frogs O' War Staff Picks: Week 3

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It's week three of the staff picks, and there's a lot of opportunity for movement in the rankings. Here are the current standings.

Rank

Name

This Week

All Time

% Correct

Closest Score

T-1

RustyFrog

14-1

28-2

93.3%

4

T-1

Andrew Felts

15-0

28-2

93.3%

3

T-3

Melissa Triebwasser

14-1

27-3

90%

4

T-3

Scott Boase

13-2

27-3

90%

0

T-5

HToadSwayze

13-2

26-4

86.6%

5

T-5

Mason Jamboogie

13-2

26-4

86.6%

4

T-5

Marshall Weber

13-2

26-4

86.6%

4

T-8

Simone Elices

13-2

25-5

83.3%

3

T-8

Jamie Plunkett

12-3

25-5

83.3%

1

T-10

Samantha Calimbahin

12-3

23-7

76.6%

3

T-10

Hawkeyed Frog

12-3

23-7

76.6%

2

12

Warrior Horned Frog

13-2

21-9

70%

3

Big 12

No. 16 Oklahoma (2-0) vs. Tulsa (2-0)

Jamie Plunkett: Oklahoma 45, Tulsa 13 - Baker Mayfield should have worlds of confidence after that fourth quarter/overtime performance against Tennessee, but it would serve him well to remember the first three quarters of that game, too. 

Marshall Weber: Oklahoma 48, Tulsa 10 - Baker Mayfield, and Perine just overpower T-town. I'd like to see the latter run the wildcat more. With Perine and a healthy Mayfield, Oklahoma may actually be the real deal. The Big 12 now may be a three person race, and it may double down on its absurdity from last year, and have to break a three-way tie.

Melissa Triebwasser: Oklahoma 42, Tulsa 13 - The Sooner hype train rolls on, as the Baker Mayfield experience picks up win #3 of 2015. OU makes quick work of their neighbors to the north, Mayfield throws for three scores, and Samaje Perine gets two TDs of his own. Oklahoma's steady climb up the polls continues with an easy week three win.

Hawkeyed Frog: Oklahoma 60, Tulsa 23 - Tulsa has beaten OU once since WWII ended.  This is not #2.

Andrew Felts: Oklahoma 52, Tulsa 24 – Oklahoma returns home after picking up one of the biggest non-conference victories of Bob Stoops’ career. After leading his team to the double-overtime win over Tennessee last week, Baker Mayfield picks up where he left off, throwing for 300 yards and three touchdowns against the Golden Hurricane. Samaje Perine finds paydirt again, and the Sooners cool down a high-scoring Tulsa team that is averaging over 42 points per game this season.

Warrior Horned Frog: Oklahoma 66, Tulsa 21 - Tulsa will not be stormin' Norman! All Tulsa scores will be while the Sooners are resting their starters.

Rusty Frog:Oklahoma 42, Tulsa 31 - Oklahoma stays home and welcomes Tulsa, who’s feeling confident after 2 solid wins with 40+ points on the board.  Oklahoma pulled off a too-close-for-comfort win last week against Tennessee.  They’re favored in this and should win it.  Should being the operative word.  I’m tentatively giving them the win here.

Scott Boase: Oklahoma 52, Tulsa 24 - OU rides the emotional high and comes home to roll Tulsa.

Samantha Calimbahin: Oklahoma 38, Tulsa 20 - A much more behaved Sooners are #sopumped from last week's win over Tennessee. They deliver against Tulsa and pull off a much easier win. Tulsa puts points on the board early, but Oklahoma eventually pulls away.

Mason Jamboogie: Oklahoma 54, Tulsa 7 - The crimson and cream machine keep their momentum going from last week to roll over an in state foe.

Simone Elices: Oklahoma 53, Tulsa 20 - Oklahoma will be playing their 100th game in Norman under Bob Stoops and have won 91 of 99 of those games. Coupled with the fact that Tulsa hasn’t beaten OU since 1996, this seems like a much easier game for the Sooners than last week against Tennessee. However, OU’s defense will need to have a good game to slow down Tulsa’s offense which has gone over 600 yards in consecutive games for the first time in 7 seasons.

HToadSwayze: Oklahoma 42, Tulsa 17 - Oklahoma is still riding high from their big come from behind win last week.  They won't give up much to Tulsa at home.  They finally get the running game going and Perine has his first 100 yard game.

Kansas State (2-0) vs. Louisiana Tech (1-1)

Jamie Plunkett: Kansas State 30, Louisiana Tech 17 - Kansas State cruises their way to 3-0. But, they don't win big enough to jump into the Top 25.

Marshall Weber: Kansas State 28, Louisiana Tech 13 - Trill Bill rolls along even without the quarterback he thought he was going to have. Sadly, this will catch up with him come conference play.

Melissa Triebwasser: Kansas State 31, Louisiana Tech 21 - The Wildcat struggles continue, but they are able to pull away late from a very competitive LaTech team. The passing game continues to struggle, but Joe Huebener is good enough, and special teams ace Morgan Burns gets a punt return touchdown in the fourth quarter to give the Cats some breathing room.

Hawkeyed Frog: Kansas State 23, Louisiana Tech 10 - KSU's defense carries the day again, but the offense continues to be a bit lacking.

Andrew Felts: Kansas State 31, Louisiana Tech 20 – After going two weeks without allowing a touchdown, the Kansas State defense finally allows an opponent to find the end zone. The nation’s active career rushing leader, Louisiana Tech’s Kenneth Dixon, carries the load for the Bulldogs by scoring both of the team’s touchdowns. However, newly appointed starting quarterback Joe Hubener, along with help from running back Winston Dimel, keep the Wildcats ahead and move Kansas State to 3-0 on the year.

Warrior Horned Frog: Kansas State 21, Louisiana Tech 14 - K-State remains undefeated. So far.

Rusty Frog: Kansas State 38, Louisiana Tech 13 - Kansas State has put over 30 points on the board in each of the last two games, while allowing only a field goal.  They’ll put up 38 this week, and Lousiana Tech will get on the board, but won’t come close to threatening the Wildcats’ victory.

Scott Boase: Kansas State 27, Louisiana Tech 16 - Kansas State might have a little tougher of a time in this game than their last, surprisingly, but you just can't doubt the Purple Wizard

Samantha Calimbahin: Kansas State 44, Louisiana Tech 12 - The game is a cakewalk for the 'Cats. The game is a shining moment for Louisiana Tech's kicker.

Mason Jamboogie: Kansas State 33, Louisiana Tech 6 - Bill Snyder slams down his staff and shouts "YOU SHALL NOT PASS" and Florida transfer Jeff Driskel doesn’t pass.

Simone Elices: Kansas State 31, Louisiana Tech 17 - The Kansas State’s defense has only given up 3 points so far this season, and they will need to continue to be dominant when Louisiana Tech and quarterback Jeff Driskel come to town. This shouldn’t be a walk in the park for the Wildcats, but instead should be a good test before they open up Big 12 play with Oklahoma State.

HToadSwayze: Kansas State 20, Louisiana Tech 7 - K State is leading the nation in scoring defense this year.  They are facing a little tougher competition this week and they finally give up a touchdown.

No. 25 Oklahoma State (2-0) vs. UTSA (0-2)

Jamie Plunkett: Oklahoma State 35, UTSA 21 - Oklahoma State has been far from impressive to begin the season, but with every passing week Mason Rudolph gets more comfortable.

Marshall Weber: Oklahoma State 35, UTSA 17 - I really credit UTSA for playing a tough non-con schedule. I watched them play Kansas State, and it was actually semi-enjoyable. I love Larry Coker and I love domes. That said, they're still far off from going toe to toe with P5 teams on the reg, and even against a Pokes squad that has been underwhelming. I don't think they get it done.

Melissa Triebwasser: Oklahoma State 52, UTSA 34 - the always dangerous RoadRunners score early and often against the Cowboys, but the OSU offense is just too potent to keep up with for the entire game. Mason Rudolph more than makes up for a running game that has yet to get off the ground, amassing 400 all purpose yards and being responsible for six of the Pokes seven scores.

Hawkeyed Frog: Oklahoma State 33, Tulsa 17 - OSU sends UTSA home from its mini tour of the Big 12 with another loss, but more questions linger.

Andrew Felts: Oklahoma State 56, UTSA 17 – Oklahoma State celebrates entering the top 25 poll for the first time this season with a home rout of an under-matched UTSA team. Mason Rudolph and Oklahoma State’s high-powered offense overpower a UTSA team that is facing their second straight Big 12 foe, and third straight power conference opponent. Rudolph throws for three scores and rushes for another. Running back David Glidden adds two more, and the Cowboys coast to 3-0.

Warrior Horned Frog: Oklahoma State 84, UTSA 3 - This may be the second NCAAF game this season mercifully cut short by mutual agreement.

Rusty Frog: Oklahoma State 35, UTSA 21 - Oklahoma should win this one, but it will likely come down to how well their defense can contain UTSA’s tight end David Morgan II.  I have faith the Cowboys’ defense is up to the challenge.

Scott Boase: Oklahoma 45, UTSA 24 - UTSA won't be able to keep up. OSU rolls in a snoozer

Samantha Calimbahin: Oklahoma State 41, UTSA 6 - Two Big 12 opponents in a row for UTSA...yeesh! After UTSA had a mega 30-3 loss to Kansas State last week, Oklahoma State shows no mercy and comes out with another big win.

Mason Jamboogie: Oklahoma State 38, UTSA 7 - Mike finally teaches us all "how to Gundy."

Simone Elices: Oklahoma State 41, UTSA 14 - After a strong opening against Arizona, UTSA has really taken a step back, losing 30-3 to Kansas State last week. If Oklahoma State is able to shut down UTSA senior tight end David Morgan II, they should be able to make quick work of The Roadrunners.

HToadSwayze: Oklahoma State 42, UTSA 17 - OSU has been pretty unimpressive in their run game this season.  That won't hurt them a lot this week, but it will eventually if they don't figure things out.

Texas Tech (2-0) @ Arkansas (1-1)

Jamie Plunkett: Texas Tech 38, Arkansas 17 - A week ago this prediction would have looked very different. The Red Raiders' offense is for real, and Arkansas has been decimated on the offensive side of the ball, losing their starting RB and top two WRs.

Marshall Weber: Arkansas 45, Texas Tech 35 - Bret "I want to rematch with TCU but only if we play once in Madison...we should've won the Rose Bowl" Bielema's team isn't as great as we thought it'd be. But even though Tech can score, and though I think it'll be a shootout, I think the Razorbacks wear them out and tucker them out for their game against TCU next weekend.

Melissa Triebwasser: Arkansas 35, Texas Tech 34 - Tech can score in bunches, but against the best defense they have seen in 2015, turnovers spell doom for the Raiders as the Razorbacks turn three of them in to 17 points. A frantic second half rally spear-headed by Pat Mahomes falls just short, as Kingsbury's decision to go for two and the win with less than a minute to go backfires.

Hawkeyed Frog: Arkansas 45, Texas Tech 31 - The reports of Arkansas' demise are exaggerated, as they still have the running game that will punish Tech's weak front.

Andrew Felts: Arkansas 41, Texas Tech 27 – The Arkansas Razorbacks light up the scoreboard against a Texas Tech defense that has allowed 65 points to UTEP and Sam Houston State in two consecutive weeks. Despite three touchdowns from Patrick Mahomes, the Tech defense can’t get the stops it needs to bury the Hogs. Bret Belima revitalizes his running game after last week’s 16-12 upset loss to Toledo and the Razorbacks hold off Texas Tech.

Warrior Horned Frog: Arkansas 24, Texas Tech 10  - Razorback tusks bore into Red Raiders while they're trying to get their guns unholstered.

Rusty Frog: Texas Tech 41, Arkansas 34 - Tech needs to exploit the two things going against Arkansas right now: injured players and the number of penalties.  Alabama had 68 yards in penalties in Week 1, versus just 15 yards for UTEP.  When Toledo upset Alabama in Week 2, Alabama had 85 yards in penalties.  Tech needs to bait them into as many penalties as possible, to ensure a solid victory.

Scott Boase: Arkansas 31, Texas Tech 28 - If this game wasn't in Fayetteville and coming after a really tough Arkansas loss to Toledo, I might have the guts to pick Tech in this game, but I think as long as Arkansas can establish the running game (something they never did against Toledo), they'll be able to control the game and force some Tech turnovers

Samantha Calimbahin: Texas Tech 34, Arkansas 24 - Arkansas has since recovered from last week's upset loss to Toledo. They play a close game against Texas Tech, but Tech eventually comes out on top.

Mason Jamboogie: Arkansas 45, Texas Tech 26 - Oh boy Tech’s defense is going to get mauled by a beyond PO’d Arkansas team. But hey, go Big 12!

Simone Elices: Arkansas 34, Texas Tech 31 - Texas Tech will head to Fayetteville looking to give the Razorbacks another early season loss. Arkansas lost 16-12 to Toledo in Little Rock last week, a game that nearly everyone had the Razorbacks favored by multiple scores. On the other hand, Arkansas will be looking to right their ship and have a repeat performance of last years meeting in Lubbock which saw the Razorbacks leave with a 49-28 victory. If they have any chance on Saturday, they will need to slow down Red Raiders quarterback Patrick Mahomes who has already thrown for over 750 yards and accounted for 10 touchdowns.

HToadSwayze: Texas Tech 38, Arkansas 35 - I'm going to go with the Red Raiders in this one.  I know....Tech's rush defense....but when you lose to Toledo it makes me question your abilities.

Texas (1-1) vs. California (2-0)

Jamie Plunkett: Texas 28, California 24 - Texas improves to 2-1 on the season, and pundits launch them into the Top 20 in the rankings.

Marshall Weber: California 34, Texas 27 - While better under Heard, the Texas offense contributed very little the number of points they put up last Saturday against Rice. And guess what? Cal is pretty ok.

Melissa Triebwasser: California 35, Texas 24 - Texas' offense looked much better against Rice... but, Rice. Cal doesn't have a top flight defense, but their offense - especially at the QB position - is in a much better place than that of the Horns. A huge road win for the Bears and the Pac 12 adds insult to injury to what has been one of the worst weeks for UT in memory.

Hawkeyed Frog: California 50, Texas 34 - Cal takes out its 2004 frustrations on Texas, but it won't get them any closer to a Rose Bowl bid.

Andrew Felts: California 31, Texas 23 – Anything exciting happen in Austin this week? Texas’ struggles mount as the unranked Cal Bears march into Darrell K. Royal Stadium and knock off the Longhorns on Saturday. A California offense that has already scored 108 points this season continues to let it fly deep in the heart of Texas, allowing quarterback Jared Goff to throw for over 300 yards and four touchdowns. A full blown quarterback controversy erupts as UT QB Jerrod Heard struggles to put points on the board for the third week in a row.

Warrior Horned Frog: California 24, Texas 14 - Oh, man, this California Horned Frog is going to enjoy watching this one!!!

Rusty Frog: California 34, Texas 24 - Oy, Texas. You give me a headache. Cal had solid wins against Grambling State and San Diego State, but I don’t think they should go into this game thinking it’s an easy win. Cal’s defense has been far-less-than-perfect this season, and they have a young offense.  Plus, they play in Austin. But knowing Texas, they’ll muck it all up anyway.

Scott Boase: California 41, Texas 33 - This game will feature more offense than you might expect, with Texas' D giving up nearly 500 yards per game. Cal's air-raid will be too much to overcome for Texas in this one, and they pull off the road upset.

Samantha Calimbahin: California 21, Texas 17 - There's quite the contrast happening here. California is running hot, while Texas is hurting after the loss of its AD. Both teams play a close match, but Texas' offense falls short late in the game. Cal takes this one.

Mason Jamboogie: California 27, Texas 20 - Rooting for Texas cause conference, but given the current state of the UT athletics department, I’m not putting my faith in them.

Simone Elices: California 35, Texas 24 - On paper, the matchup between Cal’s offense and Texas’ defense is an ugly one. Cal is lead by potential first-round pick in Jared Goff who has thrown for 630 yards and 6 touchdowns while completing 73% of his passes, whereas Texas defense is ranked in the bottom five nationally for total defense as well as scoring defense.

HToadSwayze: California 30, Texas 28 - Texas got dominated by Rice in total yards last week.  They aren't going to win a lot of games playing like that.

Iowa State (1-1) @ Toledo (1-0)

Jamie Plunkett: Iowa State 27, Toledo 24 - Does this mean the Cyclones are better than the Razorbacks? yes, yes it does.

Marshall Weber: Iowa State 24, Toledo 17 - Game of the year imho. Seriously, though--as a Paul stan, I really want Iowa State to be good. I picked them to beat Iowa, and that didn't work so well. Hopefully this will.

Melissa Triebwasser: Toledo 28, Iowa State 24 - No way Toledo beats Arkansas and comes back to fall at home to the Cyclones, right? In what could be a trap game for the Rockets, a second consecutive second half collapse allows them to hold on for second consecutive win over a P5 team.

Hawkeyed Frog: Iowa State 27, Toledo 24 - Give me the Cyclones in an upset.  It's kind of sad that it's an upset though, isn't it?

Andrew Felts: Toledo 35, Iowa State 24 – The Toledo Rockets pick up their second straight win over a power conference opponent with a win over Iowa State that felt more comfortable than the score indicated. The Rockets are treated to a hero’s welcome as they return home after defeating Arkansas 16-12 on a "neutral field"in Little Rock last week. On the other side, Iowa State’s offensive issues carry over into another weekend, raising further questions about what kind of success the Cyclones will have in Big 12 play.

Warrior Horned Frog: Toledo 10, Iowa State 3 - Record liquor sales in Iowa spill over into parts of Ohio.

Rusty Frog:Toledo 45, Iowa State 17 - Toledo will easily take this one. They upset Arkansas in Week 1, and they have two players (RB Kareem Hunt and DE Allen Covington) returning from suspension.  Hunt rushed for more than 100 yards in every game last season. Iowa State won’t be able to keep up. Sorry, Cyclones.

Scott Boase: Iowa State 27, Toledo 17 - Toledo also rides high after the win over Arkansas, but Iowa State comes into Toledo wanting to prove they're a better team this year.

Samantha Calimbahin: Toledo 35, Iowa State 24 - Toledo is playing at home after that upsetting Arkansas, and they're more than prepared to take on fragile Iowa State. Both teams go back and forth at first, but Toledo rallies late and eventually wins.

Mason Jamboogie: Toledo 31, Iowa State 17 - Iowa State should be proud that they score more than Arkansas against this opponent, but alas Toledo will take this one.

Simone Elices:Toledo 38, Iowa State 17 - Iowa State cannot afford to enter Big 12 play with a losing record if they want to have any chance at getting close to .500, but Toledo will be no easy test. Last week against Iowa, Iowa State ran the ball 27 times for a total of 63 yards. This week they are facing a Toledo team which just forced Arkansas to stray from its heavy ground game early.

HToadSwayze: Toledo 21, Iowa State 17 - It looks like it's going to be a rough year for the Big XII cellar dwellers. But at least Toledo beat an SEC team. That makes this a good loss right?

No. 3 TCU (2-0) vs. SMU (1-1)

Jamie Plunkett: TCU 63, SMU 17 - SMU is really high on Matt Davis. They'll be really low on their defense when this game is all said and done.

Marshall Weber: TCU 46, SMU 27 - SMU is going to make this fun again. And hey, what better way to welcome SMU then in a sea of white? Boykin is just too kinetic. He gets his footing back and hits those throws he's been a little high on. The skillet stays in Fort Worth and Chris Del Conte cooks a grilled cheese and laughs off Texas rumors.

Melissa Triebwasser: TCU 52, SMU 31 - In what is a closer game than most anticipate, Matt Davis runs wild for a half, testing the new look/very young TCU defense. But few make in game adjustments better than Gary Patterson, and the Frogs shut down the Ponies in half number two, forcing three turnovers in the final two quarters. Meanwhile, SMU can't slow down Trevone Boykin and the offense, who keep pace in the first half before blowing the game up in the third quarter.

Hawkeyed Frog: TCU 67, SMU 20 - Nope.

Andrew Felts: TCU 56, SMU 17 – The TCU offense picks up where it left after last week’s 70-7 win over Stephen F. Austin. Trevone Boykin accounts for more than 350 yards of total offense and five touchdowns as the Frogs keep the Iron Skillet for another year. KaVontae Turpin electrifies the home crowd with a 98-yard kickoff return, igniting a firestorm of points by the Frogs offense. Chad Morris’ SMU squad is trending upward, but quarterback Matt Davis and the Mustang offense struggle find much success against TCU’s young but talented secondary. The Frogs improve to 11-1 against non-conference opponents since joining the Big 12 Conference.

Warrior Horned Frog: TCU 67, SMU 30 - may be giving the Mustangs too much credit, but they're so hungry they're gonna TRY to get that iron skillet to fix some dinner!

Rusty Frog: TCU 45, SMU 17 - Normally I would say this game would go the way of SFA, but SMU has a decent team this year. They gave Baylor a run in the first quarter, and they’re coming off a win against a decent UNT team this year. TCU will win this by a solid number, but it won’t be as crazy as last week.

Scott Boase: TCU 48, SMu 23 - The Horned Frog defense has their hands full with a revitalized SMU offense, but Trevone Boykin ramps things up going into halftime and rolls by Q3.

Samantha Calimbahin: TCU 38, SMU 17 - There's no doubt SMU has improved like crazy under Chad Morris, but playing in Fort Worth is going to be a challenge, especially with TCU's "next-man-uppers" looking to impress once again. I say SMU strikes early, but much like what happened with SFA, TCU has one bad drive then follows with something spectacular. The Frogs win with my dream score...hey wassup hello!

Mason Jamboogie: TCU 59, SMU 20 - TCU goes up 14-0 early on, but SMU makes it competitive for a handful of drives but TCU breaks away after the defense records an interception and a fumble recovery. The Pony’s defense isn’t fast enough to keep up with the Frogs at home, and the offense make them pay for their turnovers.

Simone Elices: TCU 53, SMU 13 - While it is the TCU offense that is getting most of the attention as of late, it will be what our defense does that will determine not only the outcome of this game, but the rest of our season. The Horned Frogs’ defense will certainly be focused on containing SMU’s quarterback Matt Davis who looked very good against Baylor Week 1, and lead the Mustangs to a win last week over North Texas. In the end though, the TCU offense should prove to be too much for the ponies defense to handle.

HToadSwayze: TCU 56, SMU 16 - The Frogs dominate in this win.  Aaron Green get's back do doing his thing and Boykin and the rest of the O never give SMU a chance to be in the game.

Around the Country

No. 13 LSU (1-0) vs. No. 18 Auburn (2-0)

Jamie Plunkett: LSU 38, Auburn 20

Marshall Weber: LSU 31, Auburn 20

Melissa Triebwasser: LSU 24, Auburn 17

Hawkeyed Frog: LSU 38, Auburn 30

Andrew Felts: LSU 28, Auburn 21

Warrior Horned Frog: Auburn 28, LSU 17

Rusty Frog: LSU 28, Auburn 21

Scott Boase: LSU 23, Auburn 16

Samantha Calimbahin: Auburn 30, LSU 24

Mason Jamboogie: LSU 24, Auburn 23

Simone Elices: LSU 27, Auburn 21

HToadSwayze: LSU 24, Auburn 17

No. 8 Notre Dame (2-0 vs. No. 14 Georgia Tech (2-0)

Jamie Plunkett: Georgia Tech 24, Notre Dame 20

Marshall Weber: Georgia Tech 31, Notre Dame 17

Melissa Triebwasser: Notre Dame 31, Georgia Tech 30

Hawkeyed Frog: Georgia Tech 56, Notre Dame 23

Andrew Felts: Georgia Tech 27, Notre Dame 21

Warrior Horned Frog: Notre Dame 28, Georgia Tech 14

Rusty Frog: Georgia Tech 34, Notre Dame 31

Scott Boase: Georgia Tech 27, Notre Dame 21

Samantha Calimbahin: Notre Dame 21, Georgia Tech 17

Mason Jamboogie: Georgia Tech 38, Notre Dame 24

Simone Elices: Georgia Tech 35, Notre Dame 31

HToadSwayze: Georgia Tech 31, Notre Dame 17

No. 6 USC (2-0) vs. Stanford (1-1)

Jamie Plunkett: USC 35, Stanford 10

Marshall Weber: USC 35, Stanford 24

Melissa Triebwasser: Stanford 31, USC 27

Hawkeyed Frog: USC 40, Stanford 23

Andrew Felts: USC 31, Stanford 20

Warrior Horned Frog: USC 28, Stanford 10

Rusty Frog: USC 45, Stanford 24

Scott Boase: USC 32, Stanford 18

Samantha Calimbahin: USC 28, Stanford 14

Mason Jamboogie: USC 32, Stanford 17

Simone Elices: USC 31, Stanford 20

HToadSwayze: USC 35, Stanford 20

No. 2 Alabama (2-0) vs. No. 15 Ole Miss (2-0)

Jamie Plunkett: Alabama 24, Ole Miss 14

Marshall Weber: Alabama 24, Ole Miss 20

Melissa Triebwasser: Alabama 24, Ole Miss 17

Hawkeyed Frog: Ole Miss 13, Alabama 10

Andrew Felts: Alabama 30, Ole Miss 21

Warrior Horned Frog: Alabama 35, Ole Miss 14

Rusty Frog: Alabama 42, Ole Miss 38

Scott Boase: Alabama 30, Ole Miss 27

Samantha Calimbahin: Alabama 42, Ole Miss 3

Mason Jamboogie: Alabama 24, Ole Miss 20

Simone Elices: Alabama 33, Ole Miss 28

HToadSwayze: Alabama 35, Ole Miss 28

No. 10 UCLA (2-0) vs. No. 19 BYU (2-0)

Jamie Plunkett: UCLA 30, BYU 21

Marshall Weber: UCLA 38, BYU 28

Melissa Triebwasser: UCLA 45, BYU 42

Hawkeyed Frog: UCLA 40, BYU 20

Andrew Felts: UCLA 41,  BYU 23

Warrior Horned Frog: BYU 35, UCLA 24

Rusty Frog: BYU 37, UCLA 34

Scott Boase: UCLA 42, BYU 28

Samantha Calimbahin: BYU 31, UCLA 30

Mason Jamboogie: UCLA 38, BYU 20

Simone Elices: UCLA 41, BYU 20

HToadSwayze: UCLA 42, BYU 28

Duke (2-0) vs. No. 23 Northwestern (2-0)

Jamie Plunkett: Northwestern 24, Duke 17

Marshall Weber: Northwestern 28, Duke 24

Melissa Triebwasser: Northwestern 31, Duke 14

Hawkeyed Frog: Duke 27, Northwestern 18

Andrew Felts: Duke 27, Northwestern 24

Warrior Horned Frog: Duke 21, Northwestern 17

Rusty Frog: Northwestern 30, Duke 22

Scott Boase: Duke 26, Northwestern 21

Samantha Calimbahin: Northwestern 31, Duke 28

Mason Jamboogie: Duke 31, Northwestern 27

Simone Elices: Duke 24, Northwestern 21

HToadSwayze: Northwestern 20, Duke 17