Journal-World sports editor Chuck Woodling fell back to a 3-3 record in KUsports.com's Wanna Whack Woodling? contest last week.
Woodling missed victories by Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Texas, putting him at .500 for the week.
Greg Turner of Pflugerville, Texas, won the contest with a perfect 6-0 record and a correct prediction of the final score in Oklahoma's victory over Kansas. Turner will receive a KUsports.com T-shirt for his victory.
Forty-six other participants had perfect records, 105 went 5-1, 87 were 4-2 and 39 tied Woodling's 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 25, Oklahoma State 12 — Battle of two of only three Big 12 schools unbeaten at home — Texas is the other — and the list will shrink to two after this one. Sooners' 1-2 punch of senior Jason White and freshman Adrian Peterson will roll and Sooners' no-name defense will rock OSU mail-carrier Vernand Morency.
Nebraska 19, Missouri 16 — Much-maligned Black Shirts overachieve and give Cornhuskers one-game lead in battle to determine which Big 12 North team will be devoured by the South winner in the league championship game.
Texas 29, Colorado 19 — Buffaloes have surrendered, by far, more yards than any team in the league, meaning UT's Vince Young and Cedric Benson are licking their chops about frolicking at Folsom Field.
Texas A&M 40, Baylor 20 — Reggie McNeal and a host of other ampersands bale hay on the baleful Bears of the Brazos while Kansas, Colorado and Kansas State — the only Big 12 teams missing from Baylor's schedule — wonder why they are victims of such an inexorable fate.
Texas Tech 31, Kansas State 30 — Red Raiders return to Sunflower State for first time since 31-30 late-September win at Kansas and, by strange coincidence, knock off Wildcats by same score.
Kansas 13, Iowa State 9 — Iowa State can't find the end zone with a GPS system and Kansas can't score on the road — Jayhawks have averaged 11.7 points in previous three road outings — so kickoff teams will make the Maytag repairman look like a whirling dervish.
(The contest is currently closed. Good luck to all who entered.)