Tim Sullivan, New York Post: Clearly, Iowa had some quality bounces just to be undefeated before last Saturday. But let’s not forget: This team can still play defense. It can still run the ball. The Hawkeyes, getting a bundle of points, should get the cover at Ohio State.
Double D, Boston Herald: Arkansas is the Southeastern Conference's highest-scoring team, and quarterback Ryan Mallett should put up big numbers against a Troy team that is stepping up in class. Take the Razorbacks and lay the points.
Jon Wilner, College Sports Hotline: Stanford is the last team to beat USC at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum. The Cardinal has the best running back and quarterback in the game, and the healthier roster, and the momentum, and it believes it can win. Take Stanford and the points. His national picks include Pittsburgh over Notre Dame.
John Werner, Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor is coming off a stunning road victory at Missouri, but Texas isn't the kind of team you want to play with a hangover. The Longhorns will have no trouble with the Bears.
Reno Gazette-Journal: The sharpies in Reno are letting it ride on Oregon State, Temple and Notre Dame.
Phil Steele: His top 25 forecast calls for Pittburgh to beat Notre Dame, 30-27, and Texas Christian to drill Utah, 34-7.
Chuck Carlton, Dallas Morning News: Two seasons ago, Nebraska gave up 76 points to Kansas. This season, the Cornhuskers haven't given up 76 in five Big 12 games. Nebraska 12, Kansas 6.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Duke's defense is banged up and that's not good news with Georgia Tech coming to town. The Yellow Jackets should cruise to victory.
The National Championship Issue: A big showdown in the Big East, with Cincinnati playing host to West Virginia. The Bearcats have too much offense and should win by two touchdowns.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus makes his first over-under pick of the year. If everyone says things will go one way (low-scoring) in the Iowa-Ohio State game, the Prophet has no choice but to disagree.
Brett McMurphy, FanHouse: Cincinnati might have concerns about its defense, but the Bearcats won't have to worry about it this week against West Virginia.
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