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Posted on October 24, 2013 at 6:50 PM

Fell apart last week with a 1-3 showing, now 16-5 this year

#12 UCLA 30 @ #3 Oregon 52

Oregon is real good. I'm picking the Ducks to win the championsihp right now.

#21 South Carolina 21 @ #5 Missouri 27

I didn't know if Missouri was going to survive with Mauk, but they thrived and will win this one at Columbia, MO that is, on their way to their first SEC title game.

#6 Stanford 24 @ #25 Oregon State 31

I still do not know how Oregon State managed to lose to Eastern Washington. Oh well, the Beavers will beat Stanford in Corvallis and that is more important anyway.

#10 Texas Tech 31 @ #15 Oklahoma 33

The last time here, Tech pulled a huge upset, but Texas Tech's dream season comes to an end as Kingsbury suffers his first loss. 

Upset: not feeling any upset so I will go with Duke 28 @ #14 Virginia Tech 24

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