Double D, Boston Herald: How bad is Washington State? The Cougars are a 41-point home underdog to Arizona. No problem. Lay the points and take the Wildcats.
Matt Youmans, Las Vegas Review-Journal: A Las Vegas handicapper says Notre Dame is about to end its losing streak to Boston College.
Tim Sullivan, New York Post: History favors Boston College, but Notre Dame is not going to lose two games in one season to teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: Stanford is a big underdog at Oregon, but the Cardinal running game is going to give the Ducks trouble. Take the points and enjoy the ride. Plus, he's making Alabama a 10-star pick over Louisiana State.
National Championship Issue: Just because Joe Paterno is old doesn't mean he can't hear. The Penn State coach knows what people are saying about his team — that it's unworthy of a spot in the BCS title game. Even more reason to load up on the Nittany Lions against Iowa.
Phil Steele: He called for Texas Tech to pull the upset last week and is back for more. Take the Red Raiders and lay the points against Oklahoma State.
Chuck Carlton, Dallas Morning News: Another No. 1 is about to fall. He's calling for LSU to upset Alabama, 17-13, in Baton Rouge.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Dipping his toe into the unpredictable Atlantic Coast Conference. In a nail-biter, it's North Carolina 17, Georgia Tech 14.
John Werner, Waco Tribune-Herald: Oklahoma State's Zac Robinson is ranked ahead of Graham Harrell and Colt McCoy in passing efficiency, but he doesn't have enough firepower to lead his team past Texas Tech.
Doug Segrest, Birmingham News: Look for Alabama and Florida to continue on the path to the Southeastern Conference title game.
Heisman Pundit: Not so fast, my friends. The Little Brown Jug is not about to become the property of Minnesota.
College Injury Report: A look at who is hurt and who is healthy.
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