Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling put together a 5-1 record in last week's Wanna Whack Woodling contest, missing Texas' victory over Oklahoma State.
Thirty-one entries had 6-0 records, though, including the week's winner -- Don Everett of Salina. All of those perfect participants expected a higher-scoring game between Kansas University and Nebraska, but Everett predicted: NU 31, KU 10.
Everett will receive a We Whacked Woodling T-shirt for his victory.
Make your picks below, but be sure to include your full name and enter only once or we'll have to disqualify you.
Missouri 44, Texas A&M 11
Tigers rebound from disappointing loss at Colorado and ruin any hopes flagging Aggies had of becoming bowl eligible. Toothless A&M surrendering an average of nearly 54 points a game on road.
Iowa State 27, Colorado 22
Cyclones score for the first time in three weeks and snap seven-game losing skein on Senior Day. Buffaloes will suffer from lethargy of general disinterest in showing up in Ames.
Oklahoma 57, Baylor 14
OU coach Bob Stoops goes deep into his bench to prove, like Portia, that quality of mercy is not strained like it was last week against A&M. Bottom-feeding Bears will at least beat unbelievably high 53-point spread.
Nebraska 22, Kansas State 20
Corn dodgers dodge last bullet and take command of Big 12 North, setting up Nebraska-Oklahoma Big 12 championship game and making everyone misty-eyed about those legendary NU-OU games of Big Eight yore.
Texas 61, Texas Tech 34
Once red-hot Red Raiders can still run up points like a cash register against bad teams, but Longhorns are still hoping for a BCS berth and Tech doesn't have enough wranglers to stop a stampede in Austin.
Oklahoma State 33, Kansas 18
Cowboys anxious to bounce back from back-to-back drubbings at hands of Oklahoma and Texas, and make Jayhawks the bouncee. Kansas has won only two of its last 25 Big 12 Conference road games.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)