Double D, Boston Herald: Indiana starts 12 freshmen and lost its two top receivers this week. That can only mean one thing: Load up the Brinks truck and put it all on Ohio State.
John Tamanaha, College Football Talk: His two-week slump is about to end, starting with the game everybody is talking about — Louisiana State vs. Alabama. The Crimson Tide might be the favorite, but the Tigers are the smart play.
Lenn Robbins, New York Post: The Pigskin Profit has this one figured out. Bama will slamma LSU. Roll tide!
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: No need to play this year's Game of the Century when there are easy pickings onthe board. That's why Hlastradamus is picking Michigan State to flatten Minnesota.
Reno Journal-Gazette: Bettors in the college football challenge like Northwestern, Arkansas and Florida.
Matt Youmans, Las Vegas Review-Journal: Is LSU's Les Miles a great coach, or is he getting so many props on ESPN that his mistakes in game management are being overlooked?
Brett McMurphy, CBS Sports: There have been numerous games of the century. LSU-Alabama is the biggest since the first Game of the Century more than 20,000 years ago when the University of Cavemen visited Neanderthal State. This one is for all the wooly mammoths.
Bruce Feldman, CBS Sports: There's no way LSU will roll out of Tuscaloosa with a victory.
Jon WIlner, College Hotline: Picking the Pacific 12. Look for UCLA and Washington to cover the number.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: A letdown for USC? No way. The Trojans will follow their near-miss against Stanford by burying Colorado.
Erick Smith, USA Today: Here's another vote for Alabama to defeat LSU.
Mike Huguenin, Rivals: His record of picking every game against the spread is 204-230-2.
Phil Steele: His top 25 forecast calls for Oklahoma State to pound Kansas State, 44-27, and Iowa to upset Michigan, 31-27.
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