Friday, November 09, 2007

Crystal Ball

Jody Demling, Louisville Courier-Journal: This doesn't appear to be the best of Saturdays for fans of Cincinnati, Notre Dame or Arkansas.

Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Never have the skies been so clear. It's as if the oddsmakers have opened up a gated community called Easy Street. Let's roll.

Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: He has won two weeks in a row with Ohio State, so why not make it three? His Pacific 10 selections: Oregon State, Stanford, USC and UCLA.

Double D, Boston Herald: It's this simple: Missouri is a 19.5-point favorite at home over a Texas A&M team whose coach, Dennis Franchione, is a dead man walking. Lay the points.

Jerry Hill, Waco Tribune-Herald: If you have any kind of a handle on the Southeastern Conference East Division race, you’re either psychic or lying. So here goes: Georgia 27, Auburn 24.

Phil Steele: His top 25 forecast. Oklahoma State is going to beat Kansas, 33-30, and Texas Tech is going to upset Texas 36-35.

New York Post: Saturday's heroes tackle the spread.

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For the latest numbers, visit Doc's Sports. The Doc says load up on Northwestern against Indiana.

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