North Texas vs Florida Atlantic: NCAA College Football 2010 Week 4 – Florida Atlantic is a solid favorite in this game against North Texas. Simulation games and various considerations taken gave Florida Atlantic at least 72% chance to beat North Texas based on the analysis of ACCU Score.
FLorida Atlantic won the first game of the season at UAB but later on bowed to a defeat against Michigan State in a close football match. FLorida Atlantic currently holds a 1-1 record on the year. Their opponent, North Texas is currently on a 3-game loosing streak. Experts suggest that this will not be any different from their previous games and will end up in another lost for North Texas, however the players are optimistic that they can win this one.
The main cause of the current bad games of North Texas was their injured prone line-up. Starting quarterback Derek Thompson and his backup Nathan Tune have both been diagnosed with season ending injuries, leaving the door open for redshirt-sophomore Riley Dodge.
“It’s not a team to look past them,” senior quarterback Jeff Van Camp said of North Texas. “They got a lot to play for, they think there season is just getting started with the conference, they’ve lost their first three games, but we know they’re going to be hungry.”
This is indeed another exciting game because always remember that the winner is not decided before the game but after the dust had settled in the football field. So take your pick… who will win this game?