Have you made your picks yet? If not, please submit your picks via this form before the deadline (tonight at 11:59:59 PM PT). Here's a list of all the users that have successfully submitted picks this week, as of 7:00 AM PT today. Finally, here's what those of us at ATQ thought about this week's games:
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LSU at Florida
Arizona State at Washington
Oregon State at Arizona (-7.5)
USC at Stanford (-7.5)
Michigan at Michigan State [Jeremy]:
LSU at Florida [Takimoto]:
Florida is a good football team this year. They'll probably make a bowl game. Florida is not an elite team. As inconsistent as the LSU have been, I'll take them at home.
edit: Man, I'm dumb. I'm taking the home team, whichever one that is. -Takimoto
Arizona State at Washington [Matt Daddy]:
Talk about a game where you have absolutely no idea what you're going to get from either team. Washington could play like they did at USC or like they did against Nebraska. Should be interesting anyway to see how the stricter more disciplined ASU Sun Devils approach this game. ASU has one of the better front 7's in the Pac this year, even without Burfict starting, and UW still suffers from a porous untalented offensive line. If Steven Threet can manage to throw the ball to his own team, I think ASU has enough weapons to score consistently on a rather pedestrian UW secondary. I look for ASU to bounce back this week and get a much needed road win.
Oregon State at Arizona (-7.5) [Dominic]:
A lot of people may be jumping on the "Arizona's Defense is Amazing!" bandwagon but I'm not one of them. I think their schedule has masked the truth behind their numbers. Although I like the Wildcats' offense, I don't think they have enough to keep Oregon State off the field. Oregon State's offense is playing better, the defense is starting to figure things out and there is this guy named James Rodgers that should be playing this week. This team was one win away from a Rose Bowl last year. Even though there's been some holes to fill, Mike Riley knows that the race for the Rose Bowl starts now. October is Beav-tober.
USC at Stanford (-7.5) [Jared]: