After missing just two games in the first two weeks of the season, Chuck Woodling doubled his number of losses for the season last week.
Two was the magic number, though, as Woodling lost to just a pair of readers.
Woodling missed Arkansas' upset over Texas in Austin, and also erroneously picked Colorado over Washington State, giving him two losses against his eight correct picks. Despite the 100-percent increase in losses, just two KUsports.com readers correctly picked more games.
Mark Anderson of Oklahoma City and Marty of Byron, Mich., but went 9-2, but Marty is the recipient of Week Three's shirt thanks to his pick of a 32-28 final score in the KU-Wyoming game. Anderson came close, picking KU 35-21, but was farther from the final total score.
Just 16 readers tied Woodling, quite an improvement over last week when nearly 90 entrants either tied or defeated the Journal-World sports editor.
If you think you can top Woodling this week, here are his picks and you can make yours at the bottom of the page.
North Carolina State 29, Texas Tech 22 Quarterback shootout matches Tech's B.J. Symons against State's Philip Rivers. Tobacco Road too hilly for Texas flatlanders.
Kansas State 30, Marshall 20 Looks like a battle of backup QBs will KSU's Ell Robertson and Herd's Stan Hill ailing. Wildcats still have Darren Sproles, though, and Marshall doesn't have enough deputies to stop him.
Missouri 39, Middle Tennessee State 9 Missouri tunes up for next week's Border War battle with Kansas by mopping up on middling Middlers from Murfreesboro.
Baylor 3, Sam Houston State 2 Not exactly a replay of the Battle of San Jacinto, but Baylor, like most of its Big 12 brethren, isn't loathe to schedule Div. I-AA schools.
Oklahoma 24, UCLA 0 Sooners lost defensive standout Lance Mitchell to knee injury last week, but UCLA's offense ranks last that's right, No. 117 out of 117 in the nation.
Colorado 16, Florida State 13 Former Mormon missionary Erik Greenberg takes over at QB for injury-riddled Buffaloes and befuddles Bobby Bowden's boys.
Oklahoma State 37, SMU 13 Les Miles faced formidable task this week. How do you motivate your players to face a team that lost to Baylor? Still, 'Pokes can go through motions and punish pitiful Ponies.
Texas 117, Rice 0 Smarting from last week's shocking home loss to Arkansas, Longhorns take it out on Uncle Ben's boys in Houston. Game won't start until 8:15 p.m. because of TV, so it may not end until after midnight.
Kansas 52, Jacksonville State 21 Jayhawks play jacks against Jax State, Div. I-AA foe coming off home loss to vaunted Northern Alabama.
Note: Texas A&M at Virginia Tech isn't listed because game is Thursday night.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)