Double D, Boston Herald: In two games, Duke has given up more than 400 yards to something called Elon and 54 points to Wake Forest. Up next is No. 1 Alabama, and the Crimson Tide should have no trouble laying the lumber and covering the 24-point spread. Roll, Tide, Roll!
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus is off to a 5-1 start, and if this keeps up, he'll be banned from every casino in Vegas. To get this week's winners, click here.
Lenn Robbins, New York Post: Nebraska freshman quarterback Taylor Martinez is an athlete playing quarterback, not a quarterback that's athletic. He's starting his first game on the road in the hostile environment of Husky Stadium. This one is Taylor-made for Washington. Take the points and the Huskies.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Oklahoma could be primed for a clunker, so he's flying high with the Air Force and the points in Norman. In the Pacific 10, he's picking Arizona to win a nail-biter against Iowa.
Brett McMurphy, FanHouse: He's making Oregon State his pick of the week.
John Tamanaha, NBC Sports: He's 0-2 on his Friday night specials, but the skid is about to come to an end. He's taking Southern Mississippi and laying the points against Kansas.
Phil Steele: His top 25 forecast includes this beaut: Texas Tech 25, Texas 24.
Heisman Pundit: He's picking UCLA to stun Houston, 41-34.
JD Hershberger, Sports Haze: Nevada quarterback Colin Kaepernick will keep it close, but California will leave Reno with a 45-38 victory.
Vince Grippi, Spokesman-Review: Arizona State's strength is its defense. Wisconsin's strength is its strength. The Badgers win, 35-24.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia and Georgia Tech win simply because they have to win.
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