Despite two losses for Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling in last week's KUsports.com Wanna Whack Woodling contest, no contestants topped his 4-2 mark.
Woodling missed victories by Iowa State and Baylor, two unexpected victories that almost every participant picked incorrectly.
Craig Cain-Borgman of Emmaus, Pa., won last week's contest as the only entry with a 4-2 record that had Iowa State defeating Kansas. Twenty-six other participants tied Woodling's 4-2 record.
Make your picks below, and be sure to include your full name and just enter once, or we'll have to disqualify you.
Missouri 34, Kansas State 26 — Tigers, toothless on road and terrific at home, return to their beloved Faurot Field and saddle Wildcats with their first losing season since 1992. Only Baylor has surrendered more TDs than wimpy Wildcats' defense.
Nebraska 19, Iowa State 6 — Punchless Cyclones' designs on going from worst to first in Big 12 North suffer serious setback. Sixth win — no certainty early in season — will assure Cornhuskers their 36th straight bowl trip.
Texas Tech 71, Baylor 3 — No way Bears can get up for Red Raiders after last week's stunning one-point overtime win over Texas A&M. Sonny Cumbie and Co. will have no trouble reaching coveted six-win plateau.
Oklahoma 34, Texas A&M 22 — Aggies surely must be enraged after last week's shocking loss to Baylor and figure to bounce back with a vengeance on their home turf, but Sooners know how important this one is to their national championship hopes.
Texas 40, Oklahoma State 23 — Don't mess with Texas. Longhorns' lone loss was to Oklahoma, meaning if they win out they're in a BCS bowl. Cowboys due for a downer after last week's three-point Bedlam Series defeat.
Kansas 31, Colorado 29 — Even with a new quarterback in Jason Swanson, there's no reason to think this one will be much different than Jayhawks' other free-wheeling Big 12 home games — a 31-28 win over Kansas State and a 31-30 loss to Texas Tech.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)