Reno Gazette-Journal: It's the ultimate "squeeze" play for Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish, coming off a victory over Stanford, play North Carolina a week before the Herculean matchup against Florida State. Take the Tar Heels and the 17.5 points.
Howie Kussoy, New York Post: Oregon and UCLA each have a loss, and another setback will all but eliminate the Ducks or Bruins from a spot in the championship playoff. Oregon, the more consistent team, should keep its hopes alive.
Matt Youmans, Las Vegas Review-Journal: Handicappers don't like Oregon's defense. "Their defense is awful," Westgate Las Vegas sports book manager Ed Salmons said. That along with the fact UCLA is playing at home should be enough to give the Bruins the edge.
Dennis Duggan, Boston Herald: Stanford plays host to Washington State in a Friday night tilt. The Cardinal are ticked off after the loss at Notre Dame, and Double D expects Stanford to lay the lumber against the Cougars.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Is Michigan finished? No, far from it. Penn State is coming into the Big House and the Wolverines are preparing to shock the world.
Bruce Feldman and Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports: It has been a nice run for Mississippi State, but Auburn is about to slap the Bulldogs with a reality check.
Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports: The Confidence Pool. This week's locks include Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Fresno State.
Saturday Down South: Brad Crawford and Christopher Smith pick the Southeastern Conference games.
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