Lenn Robbins, New York Post: Picking Florida one week after being manhandled by Alabama might seem preposterous. Picking Louisiana State seems more preposterous. In fact, preposterous sums up LSU under Les Miles. Miles parlayed the national championship he won in 2007 with Nick Saban's players into a $4-million-a-year job. This is like asking former JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater to help you with your bags. Mayhem. Take Florida and give the points.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Last week, Hlastradamus went 5-0, raising his season record to 11-6, a 65% winning clip. Does the prophet rest on his laurels? Never.
John Tamanaha, NBC Sports: The Friday night special. Connecticut, which leads the Big East in scoring, is on the road at Rutgers, which is trying to rebound from an embarrassing loss to Tulane. You have to like the Huskies to not only win, but cover the spread.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Stanford should put up plenty of points against the vulnerable USC defense, but the Trojans have enough speed, playmakers and run-pass balance to keep pace with Stanford. Note that the road team has won the last four, and USC hasn’t lost at Stanford in a decade.
Double D, Boston Herald: Georgia is only 9-9 in its last 18 games and an even worse 2-7 in its last nine Southeastern Conference contests. It has never held the lead in its three league games this season, but all that is about to change. The Bulldogs are going to take Tennessee to the woodshed.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals.com: The Week 6 primer. He's 113-121-3 against the spread.
Phil Steele: His top 25 forecast calls for Miami 31, Florida State 21. He's also picking Michigan to beat Michigan State, 38-31.
Heisman Pundit: Hold off on that South Carolina upset of Alabama. The Crimson Tide's power running game will be too much for the Gamecocks. Alabama 27, South Carolina 14.
Tailgate & Cover: Trying to rebound from last week's selection of Northwestern. He likes Penn State at home against Illinois.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal Constitution: South Carolina has never beaten a No. 1 team and that's not going to change.
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