This article is part of our College Capper series.
A late inclusion of Georgia Tech last week led to another winning week. Picking on bad teams has proven successful, so I'll be sure to sprinkle in a few of those below.
Georgia Southern –13.5 vs. South Alabama
South Alabama is one of the worst teams in the country. The Jaguars' only victory is against similarly lowly Texas State, and while they kept things close against Louisiana Tech in the season opener, they've fallen to Oklahoma State by 42, Memphis by 17 and Appalachian State by 45. Th Eagles obviously won't be confused with any of those teams, but they're a decent squad coming off an outright win over Arkansas State as 3-point dogs. They crushed UMass and South Carolina State before expectedly struggling at Clemson. The one constant theme in their three victories has been the ability of their triple-option offense to churn out big yardage on the ground, going for at least 319 yards in each game while scoring 10 touchdowns. The Jaguars know what's coming at them, but their 120th-ranked rush defense won't be able to stop it. USA has allowed 619 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground in the last two weeks.
South Florida –15 at Massachusetts
The line moved 1.5 points since opening, but I'm not sure that should scare anyone off. There's a huge disparity in talent, especially at skill positions where the Bulls bring former Alabama QB Blake Barnett and former Florida RB Jordan Cronkite to the table. Cronkite has