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Carla and Crappy Show: The Badgers are Annoying Edition

After hovering on the verge of absolute craziness in Week 3 (we’re looking squarely at you, Colorado and Ole Miss), this week we look ahead to three games … two of which could be incredibly low scoring.

If we had to assign a motto to Week 4, it would be this: Take the under.

Wisconsin at Michigan State: Sparty definitely put up against Notre Dame, but will we see the Wisconsin team that beat LSU? Or the one that struggled last week against Georgia State? (Also, Crappy explains why Badgers are annoying.)

Florida at Tennessee: Two struggling offenses face two very good defenses. We predict that the SEC rolls back the clock to a super low scoring affair. Also, I make two really crazy predictions, because why the heck not? (Hint: It involves no touchdowns.)

Stanford at UCLA: A game that became even more intriguing due to UCLA’s early success, can the Tree afford to lose this one if it wants to make the playoff?

So, sit back, and get ready for … some potentially low-scoring defensive affairs? We kid. (Sorta.) Pro tip: Caffeinate early, caffeinate often.

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A life-long fan of all things Black and Gold, Carla has joined the ranks of the displaced Pittsburgher, now residing in Nashville, Tenn. She has dabbled in sports media throughout her career, including a stop at a suburban Pittsburgh newspaper, several freelance gigs, and most recently, as a writer, editor and team site producer for a large online media company where she covered high school and college football. She appreciates hockey fans who understand that not all board checks are worth cheering, summer evenings at PNC Park (because it’s tough to admit being a Pirates fan) and midweek MAC football. Follow her on Twitter at @CarlaSwankFox.

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