Howie Kussoy, New York Post: Oregon plays host to Michigan State in the biggest nonconference game of the season. The Ducks are favored by 12 points, but that's way too much against the Spartan defense. Take Michigan State and get the cover.
Double D, Boston Herald: Tulsa's offense looks much improved, but the 38 points scored last week came against Tulane. Things are different Saturday. The Golden Hurricane step up a notch and play Oklahoma. The Sooners are favored by 24.5, but that should not be a problem. Lay the points.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus was 4-1 last week week against the spread. That will put bread on the table in any American household. This week, his top pick is Iowa (-17) against Ball State.
Jon WIlner, College Hotline: Another fast start. Wilner went 4-1 in Week 1. His five-star special is Colorado State and the points against Boise State.
Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports: The Confidence Pool. The lock of the week is Texas Tech, laying the 20.5, against Texas El Paso.
Bruce Feldman and Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports: A lot of disagreement this week. Feldman likes USC and Notre Dame. Mandel likes Stanford and Michigan.
Brian Edwards, Las Vegas Review-Journal: Missouri's offense is going to be every bit as good as it was in 2013, so it should not be a problem for the Tigers to cover against Toledo.
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