Lenn Robbins, New York Post: Penn State could be a shell of a team, one distracted and confused by the vortex of hell it woke up to last Saturday. Or it could take the Beaver Stadium field so determined that Nebraska could have 12 men on the field for every play and it won't matter. The pick? Take the Nittany Lions.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus had one vision last week, and it was as blurry as a home video of the Loch Ness Monster. However, the crystal ball has been polished, and this week he has four winners.
John Tamanaha, College Football Talk: This week's Game of the Century takes place in Palo Alto and Stanford, which is 9-0 against the spread, will make it 10-0 with a cover against Oregon.
Double D, Boston Herald: Expect Stanford's smashmouth offense to eventually wear down Oregon's defense. Take the Cardinal and lay the points.
Reno Journal-Gazette: Bettors in the college football challenge like Oregon, Miami and Texas A&M.
Bruce Feldman, CBS Sports: Iowa hasn't lost at home, but Michigan State is the best team that has come to Iowa City. The Spartans win by four.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Is Alabama due for a letdown against Mississippi State? Take the Bulldogs and the points.
Erick Smith, USA Today: Texas Tech has already stunned one team from the Sooner State, but it won't happen again Saturday. Oklahoma State is simply too good.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Picking the Pac. It's going to be a nail-biter between Oregon and Stanford, but the Cardinal will have enough to finish off the Ducks.
Brett McMurphy, CBS Sports: Admit it: You knew UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel would last longer this season than Jim Tressel and Joe Paterno. Take the Bruins and the points at Utah.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals: The Week 11 primer. He's 230-257-2 picking every game against the spread.
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