Shaking off three weeks of poor performances in kusports.com's Wanna Whack Woodling contest, Journal-World sports editor bounced back with a 5-1 record last week.
Woodling missed only Kansas University's loss to Texas Tech in reaching his best mark of the season.
Even with the improved effort, 58 participants topped Woodling with perfect 6-0 records. Carl Brooks of Baldwin and Gayle Parker of Tonganoxie tied for first place, missing the final score of the KU-Texas Tech game by five points each. Both will receive a We Whacked Woodling T-shirt for their victory.
One hundred three other entries tied Woodling's 5-1 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 44, Texas Tech 39 — Sooners swallow dose of rally-combating elixir administered by Jason White and Adrian Peterson and deny Red Raiders their third straight amazing comeback victory.
Texas 48, Baylor 6 — Nation's leading rushing team against Big 12's worst rush defense. Longhorns' TB Cedric Benson licking his chops as visions of Heisman Trophy dance in his head.
Oklahoma State 34, Iowa State 11 — Who leads the nation in rushing? Not Benson. Would you believe OSU's Vernand Morency? Cyclones may have most improved defense in league, but Morency won't wilt in Stillwater.
Missouri 40, Colorado 20 — Bubble bursts on Buffaloes, nation's No. 1 statistical anomaly. Buffs are 3-0 despite ranking 102nd nationally in total defense. Tigers timid on road, but this game is in Columbia, Mo., meaning QB Brad Smith less likely to go into a funk.
Texas A&M 23, Kansas State 19 — A&M QB Reggie McNeal has become what everybody thought Mizzou's Smith would be. McNeal ranks second in league in total offense and has thrown 85 passes without an interception.
Nebraska 33, Kansas 13 — Cornhuskers crank it up against their Kansas cousins. Bottom line: Jayhawks can't run and NU boasts nation's leading rushing defense.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)