Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus has been distracted in recent weeks because he has been working on political campaigns. He told one candidate for the U.S. Senate that saying "I am not a witch" has always proved to be a poor choice for a campaign slogan. It didn't work in Salem, and it won't work now.
John Tamanaha, NBC Sports: The Friday Night Special. Connecticut struggled last week against Louisville, and now comes angry West Virginia, which was stunned at home by Syracuse. Take the Mountaineers and lay the points.
Double D, Boston Herald: Dion Lewis, who closed 2009 with eight consecutive 100-yard games, failed to reach the century mark in his first five games this season. Not coincidentally, Pittsburgh staggered to a 2-3 start. But Lewis appears to have found his footing and it's time to lay the points and take the Panthers against visiting Louisville.
Lenn Robbins, New York Post: Coach Butch Jones' Cincinnati squad will cover as 3-point favorites over Syracuse, and could win by a lot if quarterback Zach Collaros can play.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals.com: The Week 9 primer. Picking every game this season, he's 186-202-7 against the spread.
Heisman Pundit: His season record is 36-42-2, but this is the week he turns it around, starting with the Michigan State-Iowa game.
Erick Smith, Campus Rivalry: The Weekend Forecast calls for Nebraska to upend Missouri, 34-23.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Picking the Pac-10. Oregon will beat USC, but the Ducks won't cover the spread.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia will win and Missouri, Michigan State and Utah will lose.
Tailgate & Cover: Give the three points and take Northwestern to cover at Indiana.
Brett McMurphy, FanHouse: He's showing a profit for the season and plans to build on it by loading up on Texas minus the points against visiting Baylor.
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