Double D, Boston Herald: The word here is give — as in give the points. Turner Gill's not in Buffalo anymore and the Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech is coming to Lawrence. Take Georgia Tech and give the 14 points to Kansas.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus says this isn't about the "U." It's about dotting the "i" in Ohio. Miami is about to play in front of more people than attend any two Hurricane games. Take Ohio State, playing at home, and spot the 8.5 points.
Lenn Robbins, New York Post: It's personal. South Florida showed his alma mater, Stony Brook, no respect last Saturday. Now the Bulls, all fat and happy after beating up on the Seawolves, must travel to Gainesville to play Florida. Load up the Brink's truck, drive to Vegas, take the Gators and lay the 15.5 points.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Florida State is getting 8.5 points against a leaky Oklahoma pass defense. Take the Seminoles and the points. In the Pacific 10, he's riding USC over Virginia and Stanford over UCLA.
John Tamanaha, NBC Sports: Tamanaha took one on the chin last week. He had Toledo and the points against Arizona. But he's up and off the deck this week and riding the West Virginia bandwagon against Marshall.
Brett McMurphy, FanHouse: He lost $80 of his imaginary $5,000 bankroll in Week 1, but promises that this week is the start of something big, beginning with Friday night's West Virginia-Marshall game.
Doug Segrest, Birmingham News: Oregon is a big favorite at Tennessee, but it shouldn't be a problem for the Ducks.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: The Fearless Friday Forecast calls for Georgia 17, South Carolina 14.
John Werner, Waco Tribune-Herald: Alabama's fast and attacking defense will be troublesome for Penn State freshman quarterback Robert Bolden. Crimson Tide 28, Nittany Lions 14.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals.com: Breaking down nearly every game on the planet. He went 17-21-1 against the spread in Week 1.
Erick Smith, Campus Rivalry: The Hawkeyes. Vanilla ice cream. Plain black coffee. All good things that don't have a lot of flavor. Iowa 29, Iowa State 19.
Heisman Pundit: He's taking the over in the Michigan-Notre Dame game.
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