Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Nothing is working on the offensive side of the ball for Tennessee and Georgia is rested after not playing last Saturday. But the Volunteers are due to play a decent game. The Bulldogs win, but not by much.
Matt Youmans, Las Vegas Review-Journal: A crappy game, but that doesn't mean you can't profit. Texas A&M is getting points at home against Kansas State, which has failed to cover in its last eight road games. Take the Aggies.
Double D, Boston Herald: What the Maytag Man is to appliance repairs, Missouri punter Jake Harry is to college football. He has punted only nine times and his number won't be called much against Oklahoma State. Take the Tigers and give the points.
Tim Sullivan, New York Post: The way the Missouri offense is playing, you'd be a fool not to take the Tigers.
Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: Despite being undefeated, Vanderbilt is not getting much respect from the betting public. Take the Commodores and lay the small number in their road game at Mississippi State. In the Pacific 10, he's jumping on the USC, Arizona and UCLA bandwagons.
Chuck Carlton, Dallas Morning News: The Texas defense will keep this game closer than most think. Take the Longhorns and the points against Oklahoma.
John Werner, Waco Tribune-Herald: The hometown Baylor Bears should have enough offense to run away from Iowa State.
National Championship Issue: It says here that Texas Tech wins but Nebraska covers the spread.
Phil Steele: The top 25 forecast calls for Florida to defeat Louisiana State, 30-17.
Heisman Pundit: Indiana's speed and athleticism will result in an outright victory over Iowa.