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After scraping by Mississippi State last week, the Tigers look to continue their home winning streak against the University of Texas San Antonio.

The most correct and accurate sports staff is back with more picks of how we feel week seven will shake out in college football. No questions at this time.

Navy @ Memphis

James Brisentine: Memphis 34 Navy 27

The last time Navy came to town on a Thursday night, it was quite a spectacular win for the Tigers.. Memphis is hoping something similar will happen for them on Thursday night in prime time. They need it badly as their skid the last few weeks has made fans want to hit the panic button on the season already.

Brian Bada: Memphis 31 Navy 21

The Tigers are probably not going to make it to the AAC championship. The next best thing is making it to a bowl game. A must-win game for the Tigers in prime time. The Tigers find a way to win.

Johnny Hill: Memphis 27 Navy 20

The Tigers are currently on a three-game losing streak. Coming off their tough loss to Tulsa, I believe this is where Memphis turns its season around Thursday night against Navy. The Midshipmen, averaging 17.6 points a game, like to control the pace of the game by running the ball in their triple option attack. Meanwhile, the Tigers average 37.4 points a game and have one of the best wide receivers in the nation in Calvin Austin III. If the Tigers are able to stop the triple option and give the ball to their playmakers while limiting the mistakes, they will get back on track and win.

Zach Thompson: Memphis 24 Navy 20

Memphis finds itself at a crossroads entering this week. Staring down the barrel of four straight losses, they have to find a way to win this game and correct course. They will have some trouble with the triple option, but I think the Tigers finally get back on track and get their first conference win against the Midshipmen.

Ole Miss @ Tennessee

James Brisentine: Ole Miss 45 Tennessee 41

One thing that is for certain with this game is that there will be no shortage of offense. Both teams have had little problem scoring points, and are going to trade blows with each other all game. In the end, Matt Corral is the main difference in this game.

Brian Bada: Tennessee 45 Ole Miss 42

Lane Kiffin makes his highly anticipated return to Knoxville. This game will have a lot of points. The Vols pull off the upset.

Johnny Hill: Ole Miss 43 Tennessee 37

The Lane Train is rolling through Knoxville after a thrilling win against Arkansas and K.J Jefferson. They face another tough challenge with the Vols. They have some great players on their defense in Theo Jackson, Jaylen McCollough, and Jeremy Banks. But even despite that talent, Ole Miss has the Heisman frontrunner in Matt Corral, and they will come out with the victory.

Zach Thompson: Ole Miss 42 Tennessee 38

Points will be at a plenty in Lane Kiffin’s return to Knoxville Saturday night. What Josh Heupel has done with the Vols offense has to be a welcome sight for Tennessee faithful, but I just do not think they are quite yet. They will make it interesting under the bright lights in Neyland, but I think Matt Corral will be too much for their defense to slow down.

#11 Kentucky @ #1 Georgia

James Brisentine: Georgia 21 Kentucky 10

Kentucky has been a great story this season, and they are a really good team. The only problem is Georgia looks like the best team in the country. Kentucky is going to take this one on the chin, but it will be nothing they should be ashamed of.

Brian Bada: Georgia 28 Kentucky 17

The game of the week features two of the best teams in the nation. The Dawgs pull away in the fourth quarter.

Johnny Hill: Georgia 30 Kentucky 17

This is a game of two undefeateds in the SEC East. Georgia is the clear No. 1 in the country right now. Kentucky is surprisingly ranked second in the East and 11th in the nation. The Bulldogs are averaging 39.8 points a game. They have only allowed 33 points combined the entire season so far. They are the most well-rounded team in the nation. This will be a defensive battle, but the Bulldogs are just too good right now.

Zach Thompson: Georgia 24 Kentucky 7

Kudos to Kentucky for an awesome start to their season. It is just unfortunate they have to run into this Georgia team right now. This Bulldogs team is legitimately scary good. The new number one team in the country will stay there at least another week.

UCF @ #3 Cincinnati

James Brisentine: Cincinnati 35 UCF 17

Cincinnati is looking to make statement win after statement to solidify their case to be in the playoff this year. They are trying to pound all of their opponents to leave no doubt in their ranking. UCF is just the next obstacle in their way.

Brian Bada: Cincinnati 35 UCF 21

The Bearcats are on a roll right now. That will continue this week because they are playing at home.

Johnny Hill: Cincinnati 37 UCF 20

Cincinnati is the best team in the AAC. They average 41.0 points a game and play smothering defense. When you compare the Knights roster and the Bearcats roster, one of the incredible talents that stands out is the Bearcats lock down cornerback Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner. Gardner is one of the top prospects in this upcoming NFL Draft. He can single handedly disrupt the game. The Knights will struggle to keep up with the Bearcats in this one and Cincy will keep on rolling.

Zach Thompson: Cincinnati 49 UCF 20

As it stands, Cincinnati has a strong chance to become the first non-power 5 team to make the college football playoff. They just have to keep stacking wins. Desmond Ridder is playing like a low-key Heisman candidate and the Bearcats have already proved they are as tough as they come in college football. They cannot afford to slip up in their pursuit of that playoff spot, and this weekend will not be the time where they might. The Bearcats roll at home.

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