After moving above the .500 mark last week, Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling fell back to 3-3 in this week's Wanna Whack Woodling? contest on KUsports.com
Woodling, who missed victories by Iowa State, Kansas State and Colorado, was defeated by 99 contestants.
Jeremy Mitchell of Lawrence won the contest, tying 27 other participants with a 5-1 record, but coming closest to the actual final score of the Kansas-Colorado game with his prediction of a 31-24 Colorado win.
Another 71 entries beat Woodling with 4-2 records, and 73 contestants tied his 3-3 mark.
Make your picks below, and be sure to include your full name and just enter once, or we'll have to disqualify you.
Oklahoma State 44, Baylor 12 — Cowboys figure to display some residual effects of last week's stunning 56-35 loss at Texas — they blew a four-touchdown lead — but Baylor is Baylor. OSU's Vernand Morency should romp and stomp against league's worst rush defense.
Colorado 27, Kansas State 23 — Buffaloes riding tide of momentum after road win over Kansas, but K-State is in must-win situation and gained renewed enthusiam after last week's come-from-behind victory at Missouri. Difference may be field position and CU has league's best punter in thunder-legged John Torp.
Texas A&M 37, Texas Tech 32 — Basically, this is a battle for a better bowl game. Both teams have 6-3 records and both are out of the running for the South Division title. Just a guess, but the winner will go to the Cotton Bowl or Holiday Bowl and the loser to the Alamo Bowl.
Oklahoma 39, Nebraska 9 — Once upon a time this was the Game of Games in the Big Eight Conference. Today it's just one of the Big 12's mediocre north teams playing a south division power. Huskers' vaunted Blackshirts have surrendered a shocking average of 49.7 points a game in three previous league road trips, so Sooners rolling out the maroon carpet.
Texas 30, Kansas 6 — When it comes to defense, Kansas and Texas are a wash. When it comes to offense, Kansas and Texas are poles apart. Longhorns boast one of nation's most potent 1-2 punches in Cedric Benson and Vince Young while Jayhawks haven't had a running game all season and are down to a walk-on quarterback.
Georgia 12, Auburn 10 — The Kansas-Texas game will end about 2 p.m., then eyes of Texas will shift to the 2:30 p.m. nationally televised game between No. 3-ranked Auburn and No. 8 Georgia because No. 6 Longhorns are unlikely to receive a BCS bid if Auburn runs the table.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)