After missing two games three of the past four weeks, Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling had his worst Wanna Whack Woodling week.
Woodling went 3-3, missing victories by Colorado, Oklahoma and Missouri, and it showed in the number of participants who tied or beat him 363.
Six people had perfect 6-0 weeks, and because of a rules snafu, two of them will receive a We Whacked Woodling T-shirt. Richard from Topeka and Paul Richardson of Lawrence are co-winners for last week.
Others who went 6-0 were Zach Mauch of Stillwater, Okla.; Rudy Holopirek of Hesston; Will Berend of Richfield, Minn.; and Bryan Stanley of Salt Lake City.
The other 357 entries which beat or tied Woodling were: 31 with a 5-1 record, 148 at 4-2 and 178 who went 3-3.
Iowa State 29, Texas 18 Iowa State rebounds from surrendering 775 yards to Texas Tech by stunning Longhorns, still in funk after that Oklahoma clobbering in the Cotton Bowl.
Nebraska 33, Texas A&M 6 Nobody wants to play Nebraska in Lincoln after the Huskers just lost a big one on the road. Unfortunately for the Aggies, it's them. Those 73 points A&M scored against Baylor last week will be a mere memory.
Kansas State 55, Colorado 23 Wildcats have rolled an unexpected turkey with three straight losses, but now they'll tear the gizzards out of the Buffaloes whose defense is so bad you'd swear they have only 10 players on the field.
Oklahoma State 49, Texas Tech 46 Everybody thought before the season Kansas State-Colorado would be the Big 12's primetime game this weekend. Who would have thunk the Raiders and the Cowboys would be the premier match? Cowboys won't stop Tech QB B.J. Symons, but 'Pokes have enough offense to outscore the rampaging Red Raiders.
Oklahoma 55, Missouri 5 Welcome back to earth, Mizzou. Sooners won't be spoiling their national title hopes by tanking against the Tigers. OU defense will chew up QB Brad Smith and spit him out.
Kansas 41, Baylor 22 With only one home game in October, Jayhawks will be delighted to turn Bears into fall folliage. Baylor sometimes tough at home, but Lean Green has never won a Big 12 road game.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)