Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling had another down week in the most recent Wanna Whack Woodling contest.
Woodling went 4-2, missing blowout victories by Kansas State and Colorado. Very few participants in the contest did worse, as 177 of the 182 entries beat or tied Woodling's mark.
Seventy-nine participants had 6-0 records, with Thomas Smith of Ingalls correctly predicting Oklahoma State's 44-21 victory over Kansas. Smith's perfect score is the first of the year. He will receive a We Whacked Woodling T-shirt for his victory.
Make your picks below, and give some extra effort this week as it's your last chance of the season to win a T-shirt. Be sure to include your full name and just enter once, or we'll have to disqualify you.
Oklahoma State 40, Baylor 11
If third-string tailback Vernand Morency can run for 269 yards against Kansas, just think what talent-rich Cowboys can do to baleful Bears. Baylor's best weapon is kickoff returner Robert Quiroga who certainly has had plenty of opportunties.
Oklahoma 60, Texas Tech 51
Red Raiders have won nine straight in Lubbock and won't go quietly or quickly, for that matter, because Tech's passing attack makes for loooonnnng games. Raiders' B.J. Symons throws all the time, but Oklahoma's Jason White leads nation in passing efficiency.
Kansas State 34, Missouri 14.3
In Big 12 Conference games, Missouri is averaging 49.3 points a game at home and 14.3 ppg on the road. This game is in Manhattan. Any more questions? Wildcats will have no trouble securing berth in Big 12 title game.
Kansas 41, Iowa State 21
Sad-sack Cyclones have scored 10 points in last three outings and haven't scored more than 21 in a single game all season. And Iowa State still has to go to Missouri next weekend. Jayhawks post first .500 or better season since 1995.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)