Missing only Oklahoma State's victory over Texas A&M, Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling had his second straight 5-1 week in KUsports.com's Wanna Whack Woodling contest.
Woodling's 83-percent effort didn't put him in exclusive company. Eighty-one entries tied or beat him this week, including 19 with perfect 6-0 records.
Kent Gaylor of Lucas, Texas, is this week's winner with a tiebreaker prediction of Kansas State 41, Kansas University 16. Gaylor will receive a We Whacked Woodling T-shirt for his victory.
Make your picks below, and be sure to remember our new(ish) rules only one entry per person, and you must include your first and last names.
Texas 19, Nebraska 15
Classic match of irresistible force (Texas averaging 42.2 points per game) and immovable object (Nebraska surrendering just 11.4 ppg.). Cornhuskers turned into Corndogs in first league road game at Missouri, but will push the envelope in Austin.
Kansas State 45, Baylor 0
Wildcats may be down following emotional win over arch-rival Kansas, but Bears are barely breathing. Baylor gave KU a tussle two weeks ago in Lawrence, but Bears' second trip to Sunflower State will be a seed-spitter.
Oklahoma 33, Oklahoma State 12
Cowboys can throw a monkey wrench into BCS rankings with eighth straight win, but Sooners are too talented to toss chances at national championship out the window in fabled Bedlam Series.
Texas Tech 99, Colorado 88
When Texas Tech and Colorado play, "defense" means that chain-link partition in the backyard. Tech leads nation in total offense, but Raiders are dead last in total defense. Colorado is next-to-last nationally in scoring defense. Colorado's best hope for this 6 p.m. game: A power outage in Lubbock.
Texas A&M 29, Kansas 22
Aggies sinking slowly in the Southwest with five losses in last six games. Kansas hopes to prove it won't drop off the end of the earth like it did late last year when QB Bill Whittemore went down.
: Iowa State-Missouri game was originally scheduled for this weekend, but was moved to Nov. 29 because ABC wanted a turkey for Thanksgiving weekend.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)