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#2 USF @ Rutgers..Predictions


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A little analysis for a change ....

 

The Bulls won in New Brunswick the last time they played there (2005). That was a day game.

 

Rutgers beat USF in Raymond James last year, but only by holding off a furious comeback in the last 2 minutes and breaking up a Bulls 2 point conversion with no time on the clock.

 

This is a night game. What is the temperature going to be? The Bulls have never won a game in temperatures lower than 48. The same team that beat WVU in Morgantown (temp 52 at the noon game time) last season also lost to Cincinnati and Louisville by large margins when game time temperatures were at or below freezing. In 2005 they wrecked thier chance of winning the Big East outright when they lost at UConn in freezing temperatures.

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A little analysis for a change ....

 

The Bulls won in New Brunswick the last time they played there (2005). That was a day game.

 

Rutgers beat USF in Raymond James last year, but only by holding off a furious comeback in the last 2 minutes and breaking up a Bulls 2 point conversion with no time on the clock.

 

This is a night game. What is the temperature going to be? The Bulls have never won a game in temperatures lower than 48. The same team that beat WVU in Morgantown (temp 52 at the noon game time) last season also lost to Cincinnati and Louisville by large margins when game time temperatures were at or below freezing. In 2005 they wrecked thier chance of winning the Big East outright when they lost at UConn in freezing temperatures.

 

When did the stadium move to New Brunswick??? :p

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