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Posted on October 17, 2013 at 8:00 PM

15-2 on the season

#5 Florida State 38 @ #3 Clemson 34

As I do every year, I'm going with Florida State to beat Clemson. I know its in Clemson, but I just like Florida State more. It will be the second great game of the year on Saturday night in Clemson.

#24 Auburn 24 @ #7 Texas A&M 40

After nearly nailing my upset pick last week (A&M won on a last second FG rather than lose), I'm going with the Aggies this week. I don't think Auburn is a legit top 25 team.

#9 UCLA 31 @ #13 Stanford 24

Is this the beginning of an end to the Luck era of sucess at Stanford. After a loss to Utah and a near loss to Washington, I see UCLA winning this one and Stanford on their way to 4 losses this year. Unfortunately, I don't think Stanford can sustain 10 win seasons for much longer.

#22 Florida 30 @ #14 Missouri 24

Picking my third road team of the week, something I normally don't do. Franklin's absence is the difference maker as I would go Mizzou otherwise.

Upset: I still like Ole Miss, but don't think they can get it done over LSU, Georgia is injured and will struggle with Vandy, but the shocker will come in Fresno, UNLV 42 @ #17 41

Purdue 7 @ Michigan State 31

This would make it Purdue's second closest loss of the season. WOO!

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