Howie Kussoy, New York Post: Michigan is visiting Connecticut, whose Rentschler Field is as hostile as bubble wrap. Let's get serious here, folks. There's no way in hell the Wolverines fail to cover the 17.5 points. Get a body bag for the Huskies.
Double D, Boston Herald: Yet another prognosticator from the Northeast says Michigan is a lock. "After last week’s close call with Akron, you can bet fiery coach Brady Hoke will have his troops fully focused for this tilt."
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: It's time to load up the Brink's truck and head for Vegas because Hlastradamus has just announced his lock of the year.
Bruce Feldman, CBS Sports.com: Gus Malzahn's defense gave up over 400 yards to Mississippi State and almost 500 to Washington State. Auburn will wilt under the hostile setting of Death Valley. Take Louisiana State and give the points.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: It's the Holy War between Utah and Brigham Young. This one sets up nicely for the Cougars, who are coming off a bye. The Utes are recovering from a brusing loss to Oregon State. BYU is a 6.5-point home underdog, but the Cougs are going to be straight-up winners.
Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports.com: Man vs. Woman vs. Machine makes its first appearance. Description: "Fornelli fights against the rising tide of female empowerment and technology to ensure that men everywhere can at least claim college football is still theirs. He does this by picking a set of games against the spread against his girlfriend, Lynn, and his Playstation 3."
Reno Gazette-Journal: Lee Sterling leads the handicapper's challenge with a 3-0 record. He's taking Kansas and laying the points against Louisiana Tech.
Jim Polzin, Wisconsin State Journal: Picking the Big Ten. Look for Indiana to stun Missouri.
RazorBloggers Network: The site is 7-3 against the spread. This week's selections include Arkansas State and Stanford.
Bob Wojnowski, Detroit News: New policies in place at Nebraska, which will not allow microphones anywhere near the defense. But the Cornhuskers will beat South Dakota State, 56-55.
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