Lenn Robbins, New York Post: Syracuse's only Big East win last year was over Rutgers, but Saturday will be payback time in Piscataway. The Scarlet Knights are going to run all over the Orange.
John Tamanaha, NBC Sports: The Friday Night Special. Idaho gave up 38 first downs and 844 yards in a 63-17 loss to Nevada last Saturday. Now Boise State is coming into Moscow and the Vandals are going to be worked over again. Take the Broncos and give the points.
Double D, Boston Herald: South Carolina's only chance to win the Southeastern Conference's East Division is to beat Florida in Gainesville, something it has never done in 12 tries. Give the points and take the Gators.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus believes Iowa will be laser-like in its focus against Northwestern and should have no trouble covering the spread.
Heisman Pundit: Utah, coming off a stinging loss to Texas Christian, will rebound at Notre Dame.
Erick Smith, Campus Rivalry: If you think California is going to upset Oregon, think again. The Ducks, who have outscored their opponents 87-7 in the fourth quarter, are going to roll.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals.com: The Week 11 primer. He's 236-253-9 picking every game against the spread this season.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Picking the Pac-10. Arizona quarterback Nick Foles should be close to 100% and that's not good news for USC.
Phil Steele: The top 25 forecast. Georgia will push Auburn to the finish, but the Tigers are going to hang on for a 34-31 victory.
Brett McMurphy, FanHouse: If Oregon and Auburn were to play today, the Ducks would be favored by 6. TCU and Boise State would be favored over Auburn. All four will likely finish the regular season unbeaten.
Doug Segrest, Birmingham News: Tennessee, playing host to Mississippi, is trying to avoid the first 0-6 SEC start in team history. The Volunteers get the edge, 24-22.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Picking the Pac-10. Coming off a 4-1 week, he's taking Arizona State and the points against Stanford.
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