Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: It's the return of Hlastradamus. He's not only loading up on Illinois against Western Michigan, but predicts the Fighting Illini will be 8-0 entering an Oct. 29 game at Penn State.
Double D, Boston Herald: Embattled coaches Houston Nutt of Mississippi and Mark Richt of Georgia are preparing for Saturday's Hot Seat Bowl at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. But Double D has this one figured out. Lay the points and take the Bulldogs.
Lenn Robbins, New York Post: It has been a busy week. Off the field, he's taking Connecticut and Rutgers to the ACC, minus 6 months. Friday night, he's taking Brigham Young over Central Florida.
Brett McMurphy, CBS Sports: His trifecta of terror this week: Southern Methodist, Washington and Ohio State. Book it!
Bruce Feldman, CBS Sports: Michigan's Brady Hoke has the built-in advantage of having coached San Diego State last season. He also has Denard Robinson. Load up on the Wolverines.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Pick the Pac. He likes Oregon State to put a whuppin on UCLA.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: The game of the week in the Pac-12 has USC visiting Arizona State. The Sun Devils haven't beaten the Trojans this century. Until they do, he's taking USC.
Reno Gazette-Journal: The leader of the newspaper's handicapping contest likes Maryland, but not the Terrapins' uniforms.
Erick Smith, USA Today: The big showdown in the Southeastern Conference has Alabama playing host to Arkansas. The Crimson Tide should have more than enough firepower to hold off the Razorbacks.
Phil Steele: His Week 4 forecast calls for Oklahoma to bury Missouri, 45-17, and Louisiana State to roll West Virginia, 30-20.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals: The Week 4 primer. Picking every game against the spread, he's 65-67.
College Football Pundit: He stands 15-14-1 against the number and will get things rolling by taking Arkansas to not only cover, but beat Alabama.
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