Matt Youmans, Las Vegas Review-Journal: It's way to early for the selection committee to release rankings, according to one sportsbook director. Another handicapper says the committee was influenced by "SEC West overhype." Oh, you want picks? Try Navy and the points against Notre Dame and Arkansas and the points against Mississippi State.
Reno Gazette-Journal: It was a rough week for the handicappers, but tough times don't last forever and tough people do. The selections for Saturday: North Carolina, Oregon and Arizona.
Double D, Boston Herald: Baylor is on the outside look in on the playoff. The Bears have to put their foot on the pedal if they have any hope of reaching the promised land. There's no better chance to roll a big number than Saturday. Kansas is the opponent and Baylor is a 35.5-point favorite. Lay the points.
Howie Kussoy, New York Post: It has been nice, Mississippi, and now your memorable season is about to melt away. Royalty is taking over. Auburn is coming to town and the Tigers are going to end any hopes the Rebels had of competing for the national championship.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: How confident is Hlastradamus entering this week? The seer is giving you eight games instead of the normal five. This is Oregon's time, and with Stanford on the decline and coming to Eugene, it's time to load up on the Ducks.
Bruce Feldman and Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports: This week's upset specials are Maryland over Penn State and Tennessee over South Carolina.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Saturday will help bring clarity to the Pacific 12, with Stanford at Oregon and Utah at Arizona State. The Cardinal and Utes get the call.
Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports: The Confidence Pool. Locks of the week are Duke, Georgia Southern and Purdue.
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