Lenn Robbins, New York Post: Boston College has scored only 30 points in its last three games and is 104th in scoring offense. Florida State, under new defensive coordinator Mark Stoops, is 16th in scoring defense and leads the nation in sacks. This one is easy. Take the Seminoles and give the points.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus was off his game last week, going a weak 1-2. But his season record of 12-8 is still good enough to live on. This week? Glory, pure glory.
John Tamanaha, NBC Sports: The Friday night special. Charlie Strong has Louisville playing better, but Cincinnati won't be giving up the Keg of Nails. The Bearcats win, 34-27.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Washington State is bad, but the betting public still thinks they're atrocious. Take the Cougars, who are playing at home, and the 24 points against Arizona.
Double D, Boston Herald: Baylor needs only two more wins in its last six games to become bowl eligible. The Bears won't miss an opportunity for an easy victory at Colorado. Lay the points and take the guys from Waco.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals.com: The Week 7 primer. Picking every game this season, he's 138-147-5 against the spread.
Phil Steele: His top 25 forecast calls for Ohio State to defeat Wisconsin, 31-21. He's also picking Auburn to beat Arkansas, 33-27.
Heisman Pundit: His season record stands at a disappointing 26-32-2, but this is his week! Miami, coming off a disappointing loss to Florida State, takes out its frustration against Duke.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal Constitution: Ohio State's stay at the top will be a short one. Wisconsin 17, Ohio State 16.
Brett McMurphy, FanHouse: He's coming off a 14-3 week. As an added bonus, he details what advice Les Miles gave Eve in Garden of Eden.
Tailgate & Cover: Iowa, coming off a bye week, should have enough defense to slow Denard Robinson and Michigan.
JD Hershberger, Sports Haze: His game of the week has California defeating USC, 28-21.
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