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Georgetown Hoyas vs. Harvard Crimson - 10/2/15 College Football Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Harvard Crimson (2-0) vs. Georgetown Hoyas (2-2)
Date & Time Friday October 2, 2015, 7:00 PM (EDT)
The Line
The Line: Harvard -30 -- Over/Under: 50
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CFB | Harvard Crimson (2-0) vs. Georgetown Hoyas (2-2)

The Georgetown Hoyas and Harvard Crimson meet Friday night at Harvard Stadium.

The Georgetown Hoyas look for a big road victory to get a game above a .500 record. Kyle Nolan is completing 58.8 percent of his passes for 882 yards, five touchdowns and four interceptions. Nolan has 148 pass attempts in four games. Jake DeCicco and Justin Hill have combined for 504 receiving yards and four touchdowns while Matt Buckman has 15 receptions. The Georgetown Hoyas ground game is averaging 83.5 yards per contest, and Jo'el Kimpela leads the way with 178 yards and one touchdown. Defensively, Georgetown is allowing 25.5 points and 356.8 yards per game. Matt Satchell leads the Hoyas with 39 tackles, Elijah English has two sacks and Jelani Williamson has two interceptions.

The Harvard Crimson look to remain unbeaten and win their 17th straight game overall. Scott Hosch is completing 65.2 percent of his passes for 487 yards, six touchdowns and one interception. Hosch and Jimmy Meyer have produced seven touchdown passes. Andrew Fischer and Ben Braunecker have combined for 194 receiving yards and two touchdowns while Anthony Firkser has five receptions. The Harvard Crimson ground game is averaging 156.5 yards per contest, and Paul Stanton, Jr. leads the way with 161 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, Harvard is allowing 18.5 points and 344 yards allowed per game. Jacob Lindsey leads the Crimson with 17 tackles, Asante Gibson has two pass deflections and Kolbi Brown has two tackles for loss.

Harvard has become a mini college football powerhouse that hasn't lost a game since October of 2013. Meanwhile, Georgetown was already blown out this season by St. Francis and Dartmouth. 

This game could get ugly if the Crimson want to really take it there. 

Harvard Crimson -30

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