Tim Sullivan, New York Post: In a season filled with drama and surprises, Alabama — perhaps fueled by its awful end to last season — just keeps rolling. Take the Crimson Tide and give the points at Mississippi.
Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: With or without Tim Tebow, Florida is in for a fight in Baton Rouge. Take Louisiana State and the points. In the Pacific 10, look for Stanford to wear down Oregon State.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus doesn’t have to resort to sleazy tactics like blackmailing late-night talk show hosts. Not when he can see college football results so clearly before they happen. The Divine Mr. H was 4-1 last week, and is 7-3 over the last two weeks. Take Iowa and give the points to Michigan.
Double D, Boston Herald: Washington is getting points against Arizona. We all know what happened the last time the Huskies played at home — a 16-13 victory over USC. In a no-brainer, take Washington.
Heisman Pundit: Oregon is having quarterback issues and UCLA gets back Kevin Prince, making the underdog Bruins outright winners over the Ducks.
Chuck Carlton, Dallas Morning News: LSU has won 32 consecutive Saturday night home games. It won't lose this one to Florida.
Phil Steele: Boston College is a surprising 4-1, but the Eagles will be 4-2 after Saturday's game at Virginia Tech. Hokies win, 30-13.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Is Florida State going to rally or go completely in the tank? Doesn't matter, because Georgia Tech is simply the better team.
Seth Emerson, Columbia State: Virginia covers against Indiana in a game so lame that it may have only three viewers: Skip Holtz, Kevin Sumlin and Gus Malzahn.
College Injury Report: A look at who is hurt and who is healthy.
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