Lenn Robbins, New York Post: Iowa State plays Friday night at Connecticut. It's a trap game for the Cyclones, but what have the Huskies accomplished in their first two games? Take Iowa State and the points.
Double D, Boston Herald: Florida has won six in a row against Tennessee and is about to make it seven. Lay the points and take the Gators.
John Tamanaha, College Football Talk: John is off to a scorching start and he's looking for West Virginia to cover against Maryland.
Erick Smith, USA Today: There's no bigger game than Oklahoma at Florida State, and the Sooners will prevail, 31-23, behind quarterback Landry Jones.
Brett McMurphy, CBS Sports: He's off to a slow start, but all that will change Saturday. His best bet is Miami, laying the points, against Ohio State.
Bruce Feldman, CBS Sports: Nebraska gave up a ton of rushing yards last week against Fresno State, but the Cornhuskers will have things straighted out by the time Washington arrives in Lincoln.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: UCLA struggles a whole lot more than necessary, but are the Bruins saving something special for Texas? Nope. The Longhorns march into the Rose Bowl and score a 31-17 victory.
Reno Gazette-Journal: Three handicapping experts have combined to go 6-0 to start the season. Who do they like this week?
Phil Steele: His top 25 forecast calls for Arizona to beat Stanford, 31-30. He also has Notre Dame defeating Michigan State, 31-24.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals: The Week 3 primer. Huguenin picks every game against the spread. For the season, he's 41-44.
College Football Pundit: He's liking the over in the Wisconsin-Northern Illinois game.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: It's the Holy War between Brigham Young and Utah. The Utes might be better off playing the improving Cougars now than at end of the regular season. Utah is the pick.
Bud Withers, Seattle Times: While groveling on the carpet of a Las Vegas casino in an attempt to find pieces of a winning USC ticket from last Saturday, he decides once again to climb aboard the Trojan bandwagon.
College Injury Report: A look at who is hurt and who is healthy.
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