‘Bama, boiler outside to avoid more sun upset’

Two more Sun Belt teams got their shots into the ranked teams on Saturday, a week after two top-10 teams lost from the Group of Five program on the same day for the first time in the college football playoff era. Both winners came from the same fun convention.

However, there’s probably no reason to put the No. 2 Alabama and 17th-ranked boiler on upset alert. Even after those Sun Belt shockers in Week 2.

Alabama (2-0) slipped from the No. 1 spot in the AP Top 25 after escaping Texas with a 20–19 win, but nearly seven-touchdown favorites for their home game against Louisiana-Monroe (1-). listed as. 1).

Louisiana-Monroe’s 21–14 victory in Tuscaloosa in 2007 was part of coach Nick Saban’s four-game Tide losing streak late in the first season. The team is coached by Terry Bowden, who was Auburn’s coach from the middle of the 1993 to 1998 season.

Texas State (1-1) is more than a four-touchdown underdog going to Boiler (1-1). Since becoming an FBS team in 2012, the Bobcats have been 0-9 against the top 25 teams and lost those games by an average margin of about 34 points.

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