1. No. 11 MICHIGAN @ No. 23 MICHIGAN STATE, 12:00 p.m. EST (10/15)
GRAHAM predicts MICHIGAN
Everyone's healthy. That's why I say Michigan has a shot. I know Sparty's a FG fav in Vegas, I know MSU plays real tough against Denard. But the suddenly alive Michigan D is healthier and better coached than it has been for so long. Wolverines win on the road.
JON predicts MICHIGAN
This is the game of the week as far as I'm concerned. I've read a lot about how Michigan State's defense will have no problem containing Denard Robinson. I respectfully disagree.
GRAHAM predicts PENN STATE
Purdue can score points....against Mini. But against PSU? In Happy Valley? Nah. PSU picks up another win.
JON predicts PENN STATE
Yeah, don't let last week's performance fool you. Purdue is still a hot mess on both sides of the ball and Penn State's defense is the real deal.
GRAHAM predicts ILLINOIS
If they can stay healthy, Braxton Miller and Nathan Scheelhaase can put on a show. That favors, of course, Illinois, because Scheelhaase is locked and loaded. Illinois puts OSU in the below .500 column.
JON predicts ILLINOIS
A.J. Jenkins runs all over the Ohio State secondary and Braxton Miller is limited by last week's ankle injury. If you see No. 14 it's over.
4. NORTHWESTERN @ IOWA, 7:00 p.m. EST (10/15)
GRAHAM predicts IOWA
I'm going to start referring to this Hawkeye team as jIowa because they could possibly lose to three hated rivals: ISU, PSU, and the surprisingly toothless Wildcats. We just expected so much more pop from Northwestern, but the points aren't coming. I see no reason why those points will show up on the road. Iowa wins.
JON predicts IOWA
I've seen Northwestern drop too many close games to pick them in this one. Iowa gets a little redemption at home.
5. FLORIDA @ No. 24 AUBURN, 7:00 p.m. EST (10/15)
GRAHAM predicts AUBURN
Former National Champion Cripple FIGHTTTTTT. Florida has no quarterback, Auburn has home field advantage...Tigers crowd the box and eek out a win with no Cam Newton.
JON predicts FLORIDA
Jeff Demps makes a comeback this week against an abysmal Tiger run defense. Muschamp's troops are beaten up, but they're also seasoned, having lined up against Alabama and LSU in back-to-back weeks. The Tigers are cat nip by comparison.