Tim Sullivan, New York Post: Louisiana State, after losing to No. 1 Florida, has rattled off consecutive covers vs. ho-hum teams and has the nation — or at least some of it — believing once again. But don't buy into it because Alabama is coming off a bye week and is playing at home. Take the Crimson Tide and give the points.
Double D, Boston Herald: Why is Case Keenum an afterthought in the Heisman Trophy talk? He has thrown for 3,293 yards and 25 touchdowns with only five interceptions. Keenum will show his stuff again on Saturday against Tulsa, and the Cougars, who are slight underdogs on the road, should walk away with the victory.
Jon Wilner, College Sports Hotline: Oregon State's three losses have come to teams with a combined record of 19-4: USC (by six), Arizona (by five) and Cincinnati (by 10). The Beavers are getting points at California and appear to be the better team.
Chuck Carlton, Dallas Morning News: Struggling Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor dismissed Penn State as "too country" during recruiting. The fans in Happy Valley haven't forgotten or forgiven. Penn State 27, Ohio State 12.
Phil Steele: His top 25 forecast calls for Oklahoma to edge Nebraska, 16-13, and Iowa to slip past Northwestern, 27-20.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia Tech is a hot team at the top of its game. The Yellow Jackets will take one step closer to the Atlantic Coast Conference title game by beating Wake Forest.
John Werner, Waco Tribune-Herald: It's 2-52 and counting. That's a statistic Baylor hates, but it's the team's record in Big 12 road games since the league began in 1996. And it's about to become 2-53 because Baylor is traveling to Missouri.
The National Championship Issue: That talk about an upset of Oregon by Stanford? Don't listen to it. The Ducks will win by 14 points.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Accept no imitations. There is only one Hlastradamus.
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