For the first time all season, Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling didn't miss a game in last week's Wanna Whack Woodling? contest.
Woodling went 6-0, tying 25 participants who also had perfect records. Matt Glassman of Lawrence won last week's contest thanks to a 17-10 prediction of Nebraska over Kansas in the tiebreaker.
Make your picks below, and be sure to include your full name and just enter once, or we'll have to disqualify you.
Texas 43, Oklahoma 39 — Is this game bigger than the presidential election? It is in Texas and Oklahoma. Cedric Benson and Vince Young outduel Adrian Peterson and Jason White in Gunfight at the Big D Corral.
Oklahoma State 30, Colorado 20 — Run-minded Cowboys outrumble Ralphie up and down Folsom Field turf. Buffaloes, meanwhile, won't have talented tailback Bobby Purify at full speed, if at all.
Texas Tech 20, Nebraska 13 — Cornhuskers may have best secondary in Big 12, but NU's stingy defense won't be able to overcome quarterback Joe Dailey's multiple miscues.
Iowa State 18, Texas A&M 14 — Aggies touchdown-plus favorite after spilling Kansas State last Saturday, but Reggie McNeal and Co. will go flat in Ames. Cyclones have no O, but their D is the real deal.
Baylor 25, Missouri 9 — Troy State revisited. Missouri favored by 20, but Tigers traditionally tank on the road. With this one starting at 9 p.m. — that's right, 9 p.m. — Mizzou likely to be in a time-warped daze.
Kansas 19, Kansas State 17 — How long has it been since the two intrastate rivals have been this evenly matched? Jayhawks due to win a close one after three straight losses by a total of just 10 points. Regardless, it'll be a war ... er, showdown.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)