Lenn Robbins, New York Post: The last four Notre Dame-Michigan games have been decided by seven or fewer points, three times by four points. Saturday night's game will be another nailbiter, but lay the 3.5 points and take the Wolverines.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Ignore the 0-for-5 record in Week 1. The Fake Hlastradamus hijacked the picks and that marauder has been sent to a 16th Century jail and forced to watch Lou Holtz talk football on a 24-hour loop. Selections, you ask? Take South Carolina and the points at Georgia.
Reno Gazette-Journal: The three college handicappers went undefeated in Week 1. The illustrious panel of experts have three more winners, starting with Cincinnati at Illinois. Imagine that — the Bearcats can start 2-0 in the Big Ten, of which they aren't even a member.
Bruce Feldman, CBS Sports: A 12-10 start for Feldman, who promises to do better, starting with Florida defeating Miami, 24-23.
Double D, Boston Herald: Notre Dame was laying a trap last week in a seemingly sluggish effort against Temple. Michigan is about to take the bait. Grab the points and the Fighting Irish while you can.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Pacific 12 fans like to complain about Southeastern Conference scheduling practices, but there can be no finger-pointing this week. It's the worst early season Saturday in his memory.
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