Double D, Boston Herald: Back up the Brinks truck and head to Vegas. Lay the points and take Florida to crush Tennessee.
Tim Sullivan, New York Post: Florida's two-game exhibition season — wins over Charleston Southern and Troy — is over, and what better way to truly begin the quest for perfection with a win over one of its most hated rivals?
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus was 2-3 last week and is a woeful 3-7 vs. the spread, but he promises the fog is lifting.
Matt Youmans, Las Vegas Review-Journal: Everything is lining up for Brigham Young to win the Mountain West Conference and be in Pasadena for the BCS title game. Simply put, Florida State doesn't stand a chance on Saturday.
National Championship Issue: USC is in for a dogfight against Washington in Seattle. The Trojans win, but fail to cover the spread.
Jon Wilner, College Sports Hotline: After a 1-9 start, the law of averages says he's due for a winning streak, and it starts Friday night with Boise State covering against Fresno State. Wilner is 8-5-1 picking Pac-10 games. He likes California to cover against Minnesota and Washington to give USC a tough time.
Heisman Pundit: Slow out of the gate with a 9-11 start, but he promises this is the week he rolls. For starters, he likes Arkansas to beat Georgia, 35-28.
Chuck Carlton, Dallas Morning News: Texas has Texas Tech right where it wants 'em. Longhorns 49, Red Raiders 30.
John Werner, Waco Tribune-Herald: Don't worry about Baylor laying all those points against Connecticut. The Bears have enough firepower — and defense — to cover.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Auburn is going to win a shootout at home against West Virginia, 38-31.
Brett McMurphy, FanHouse: Louisville is going to upset Kentucky, then the team will dine afterward at Porcini's, known for its fine Northern Italian cuisine — among other things.
Phil Steele: Steele likes Virginia Tech to hold off Nebraska, 27-20, at Blacksburg.
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