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Big 12 predictions: Week 11

November, 7, 2013
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Welp, it finally happened. I finally lost to a guest picker. And to a 14-year-old, no less. Thanks, Caymen. I thought you weren’t going to embarrass me?

Anyway, this reporter’s pride is on the line again. This week’s guest picker submission:

My name is Claire Stallings and I would love to one day be a guest picker for you. It’s about time a lady shows these men how to pick a perfect week! I love the Big 12 and of course Baylor. I worked for the team all through college and I am that girl who knows more about Baylor football than most of the men on campus. I think it would be interesting to throw a girl into the “man’s world.” Don’t worry, I can hold my own. #GirlPower

The last time a girl challenged me to something, I was destroyed by my wife in a 5K. So this is my shot at redemption. #BringTheNoiseClaire.

Tonight, Max and national writer Mark Schlabach will be in Waco for Oklahoma-Baylor. Saturday, Brandon will drive to Stillwater to check out Kansas-Oklahoma State. Due to my horrific picking, I've been benched for the weekend.

To the Week 11 picks:

SEASON RECORD

Trotter last week: 2-2 (.500)

Guest picker (14-year-old Caymen) last week: 3-1 (.750)

Trotter overall: 43-14 (.754)

Guest picker overall: 29-11 (.725)

THURSDAY

Baylor 52, Oklahoma 34: The Sooners’ best chance in this game is to pound the ball, wear out the clock and keep Baylor’s high-powered offense on the sidelines. But without star fullback Trey Millard, I’m skeptical OU can pull off such a game plan. The Sooners have no viable tight end, and none of their other fullbacks are capable receiving threats off play-action. OU’s remaining firepower keeps the game interesting into the second half. But a Sooners defense playing two freshman linebackers finally capitulates to the overwhelming speed of the Baylor offense, as the Bears make a statement they belong in the national title picture.

Claire’s pick: The media (including you, Jake) keeps saying K-State laid out the blueprint on how to beat Baylor, but then again, Mack Brown made it clear that OU is far from invincible. Between Baylor’s dynamic receiving duo, Antwan Goodley and Tevin Reese, along with Lache Seastrunk and Bryce Petty’s Heisman-worthy performances, this pick was easy. #GoingTarpless. Baylor 56-35

SATURDAY

West Virginia 26, Texas 23: I find it strange the voters still haven’t put Texas back in the Top 25 polls. I actually had the Longhorns ranked 14th in the ESPN power ranking, the highest of the 19 voters in the ESPN poll. But this is a tough spot for Texas. West Virginia has been a far better team in Morgantown than away from it. The Mountaineers also have a ton of momentum from last week’s comeback overtime win over TCU, with a bowl appearance in their sights. Texas QB Case McCoy comes back to earth a bit and the Longhorns get caught peeking ahead to next week’s clash with Oklahoma State, as Charles Sims runs wild again to hand Texas its first Big 12 loss.

Claire’s pick: The Horns will win if they keep the ball with Malcolm Brown and Johnathan Gray. But they have to make sure Case doesn’t make too many mistakes on the road. If they are not careful, West Virginia will upset Texas, just like they did to OSU. #TexasStayawayfromBriles. Texas 31-28

Kansas State 37, Texas Tech 34: With receivers Tyler Lockett and Tramaine Thompson back in the fold, the Wildcats are finally firing on all cylinders offensively. QBs Daniel Sams and Jake Waters have been terrific lately, and, much to Bill Snyder’s satisfaction, have been taking care of the ball, too. Tech has had a great run. But turnover-prone teams usually don’t fare well against Snyder-coached teams, and only six offenses in college football have turned the ball over more times than the Red Raiders. As a result, K-State continues its late-season push and hands Tech a third straight defeat.

Claire’s pick: I grew up in a Tech-loving family from Midland, Texas. I have lost sleep over this pick, and I may lose friends and a chunk of my inheritance after this is published. Unfortunately, the clock has struck midnight for Cinderella, and they are beginning to look reminiscent of last year’s West Virginia squad. #SorryDad. K-State 38-35

TCU 19, Iowa State 13: Will either side have enough players left to actually stage the game? Iowa State figures to be without running back Aaron Wimberly, who’s been its best offensive player, and could be without QB Sam B. Richardson, too. TCU cornerback Jason Verrett and running back B.J. Catalon are questionable on a team that also will be missing running back Waymon James and receiver Brandon Carter. The difference in this game proves to be TCU QB Casey Pachall, who finally showed signs of returning to his old self last week.

Claire’s pick: This is the “Battle of Who Could Care Less” between two struggling teams. TCU’s players are dropping like flies. TCU barely wins, but for sure is not making a bowl. #NotYallsYear #ByeFelicia. TCU 14-10

Oklahoma State 55, Kansas 9: Kansas has been hanging tough in Big 12 play. That ends here. The Cowboys have finally found their identity offensively with Clint Chelf at QB and the tough-running Desmond Roland at tailback. Oklahoma State keeps rolling in its return to the thick of the Big 12 title race.

Claire’s pick: I have always liked Kansas -- they have great school colors for game-day outfits. But that is all they have. Chelf is a real threat and the Cowboys' backfield has exploded these past few games -- they might actually steal the Big 12 title right out of Baylor’s little paws. #ButPleaseDont. Oklahoma State 56-14

SEC predictions: Week 11

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And just like that, the ATL Kid is back in the lead. It takes only one silly mistake to cost you in the long run in this game, and Chris' decision to go with injury-plagued Florida could come back to haunt him.

I hit a bit of a lull there, but I'm back on top after going 6-0 and correctly picking Georgia to beat Florida down in Jacksonville, Fla., last week. My record stands at an impressive 73-11 (.869), while Chris is now 72-12 (.857) after going 5-1 last week.

This last month will go a long way to determining who brings home the picking gold. I took a lot of momentum away from Chris with my one-game lead, and I know he'll be pouting even more this weekend without his buddy Oscar Pope in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Chris talked about hitting up Galettes Friday night with Oscar before the big game to discuss the finer things in life.

But Oscar is headed to Oxford, Miss., to cheer on his Rebels, leaving Chris to FaceTime with Meeko Friday night.

On to the picks:

APPALACHIAN STATE at GEORGIA

Chris Low: With a third straight victory over Florida in its pocket, Georgia gets a tune-up against FCS foe Appalachian State this week. It should be a short work day for the Bulldogs' starters heading into next week’s critical game at Auburn. … Georgia 49, Appalachian State 14

Edward Aschoff: For delivering an ugly win over Florida, the Bulldogs get a nice home game against Appalachian State. This isn't the same giant killer that took down Michigan a few seasons ago, so don't expect anything tricky in Athens, Ga. … Georgia 48, Appalachian State 13

MISSOURI at KENTUCKY

Low: Gary Pinkel isn’t saying which quarterback he’ll play this weekend. James Franklin has been practicing and could take the reins back from Maty Mauk. Ultimately, it won’t matter because Missouri’s defense will see to it that Kentucky loses its 13th straight SEC game. … Missouri 31, Kentucky 17

Aschoff: This is the first road game for the Tigers in almost a month. There's a chance that Franklin could go, but with Mauk playing well and Kentucky struggling on both offense and defense, Mizzou might as well let its starter rest another week. … Missouri 38, Kentucky 13

MISSISSIPPI STATE at TEXAS A&M

Low: Texas A&M has scored more than 40 points in every game this season. In this league, that’s not supposed to happen. The problem has been the Aggies’ defense, but it seems to be playing better on that side of the ball the past two weeks and will sock it to a Mississippi State team that’s in the middle of a brutal three-game stretch. … Texas A&M 45, Mississippi State 20

Aschoff: The Bulldogs are fighting for a bowl berth, while the Aggies are looking to put a complete game together against an SEC opponent. After the way South Carolina treated the Bulldogs in Columbia, Mo., last week, Johnny Football shouldn't have much of an issue putting points up on the scoreboard. … Texas A&M 45, Mississippi State 17

ARKANSAS at OLE MISS

Low: Ole Miss gets a chance to close the season with a flourish. Arkansas’ visit is the start of three straight home games for the Rebels. The Hogs are going in the other direction. They’ve lost six in a row and won’t be able to slow down the Rebels enough to avoid a seventh straight defeat. … Ole Miss 38, Arkansas 21

Aschoff: After losing three straight in league play, the Rebels have reeled off two straight wins and are looking at possibly winning eight or nine regular-season games. With Ole Miss' offense rolling up more than 460 yards a game, the Hogs just won't be able to keep pace in Oxford. … Ole Miss 38, Arkansas 17

VANDERBILT at FLORIDA

Low: Given the injury spell that has descended upon Florida’s football team this season, the Gators might want to wrap themselves in bubble wrap. Vanderbilt matches up pretty well with Florida and is coming off a bye week. Coach James Franklin will have the Commodores ready to play, but the Gators will make enough plays on defense to squeeze out a win. … Florida 24, Vanderbilt 20

Aschoff: Who would have thought that the Gators would be struggling to become bowl eligible at this point in the season? And who saw all these injuries coming? The Commodores are facing Florida at the right time, but if there was ever a must-win situation for Florida, this is it. It won't be pretty, but Florida will slip by to get to win No. 5. … Florida 23, Vanderbilt 17

AUBURN at TENNESSEE

Low: Tennessee has proven to be a much better team at home this season, and it will also help freshman quarterback Joshua Dobbs to get back in front of the home fans as he makes his second start. The Vols will keep it close but won’t be able to stop the Tigers’ running game. … Auburn 34, Tennessee 24

Aschoff: Auburn is one of the country's hottest teams, while Tennessee is trying to find its footing during the first season of the Butch Jones era. The Tigers won't be intimidated by their surroundings inside Neyland Stadium, and running back Tre Mason should have another big day on the ground. … Auburn 34, Tennessee 20

LSU at ALABAMA

Low: It’s been college football’s preeminent rivalry for the past several seasons. It will also be Alabama’s toughest test since the third week of the season, when the Tide outlasted Texas A&M 49-42 on the road. LSU has the passing game and running game to give Alabama trouble, but the Tide will also be able to roll up points against a young LSU defense that won’t be able to keep up. … Alabama 31, LSU 20

Aschoff: Here we are, folks. Yet again, this game has major SEC Western division and national championship implications on the line. LSU could crash Alabama's three-peat party. It has the offensive weapons to do it, but that defense will have its hands more than full against Alabama's offense. The Tigers have gone 12-9 in Tuscaloosa since 1970 and won the last time these two met here. But Alabama knows that one slip up will likely cost it a trip to Pasadena, Calif. … Alabama 31, LSU 24

Pac-12 predictions: Week 11

November, 7, 2013
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Ted went 4-0 last week, while Kevin went 3-1, predicting Oregon State to beat USC.

For the season, Ted is 58-10. Kevin is 57-11.

Thursday

OREGON at STANFORD

Kevin Gemmell: I know we both picked Stanford to defend the title, but things have changed since July. Oregon’s defense is as good as it’s been in the last decade -- even having to replace those three talented linebackers -- and Marcus Mariota has taken this offense to a new level. Stanford has been inconsistent on offense and the injuries across the defensive line are worrisome. This game has blossomed into one of the great rivalries in college football, and anything can happen in a rivalry game. And I think Stanford will give Oregon’s offense its stiffest challenge to date. But I just don’t see the Cardinal scoring enough points to keep up. Oregon 35, Stanford 27.

Ted Miller: Last year, Kevin picked Oregon by 28 and I picked Oregon by 14 in this matchup, so that we're both picking the Ducks again obviously shouldn't send anyone searching for the first flight to Las Vegas. As Kevin noted, our preseason projection of Stanford ahead of Oregon evolved from: 1. A concern over Chip Kelly leaving and Mark Helfrich being a first-time head coach; 2. A concern with the Ducks defense replacing three All-Pac-12 LBs; 3. A belief Stanford's passing game would take a step forward in year two with QB Kevin Hogan. While those seemed like perfectly reasonable theories, even today, all three have proven unfounded. Oregon 35, Stanford 20.

Saturday

UCLA at ARIZONA

Gemmell: This one is actually a tougher pick for me than Oregon-Stanford. In Pasadena or on a neutral site, I think UCLA wins. But they haven’t had success in Tucson since 2003 and some questions about the offensive line linger -- just about the time Arizona is getting better quarterback play. Still, Jim Mora has a way of rallying the troops. UCLA 31, Arizona 24.

Miller: I wrote an entire paragraph picking this game differently than I am about to, so I am with Kevin: This is a difficult one. The Bruins are a 1-point favorite, so Vegas agrees. I like the Wildcats playing at home. And I like Ka'Deem Carey to answer the bell. Arizona 31, UCLA 28.

ARIZONA STATE at UTAH

Gemmell: Utah is obviously a better team with a healthy Travis Wilson. And the week off gave him a chance to rest. But ASU is playing pretty darn good football. The offense is clicking at a furious pace and the defense has closed the gap with the offense. The Sun Devils are a complete team and showed last week they can do it out of state. ASU 38, Utah 28.

Miller: Arizona State is on a roll and Utah hasn't been, though the bye week, a healthy Wilson and playing at home should boost the Utes significantly. The difference to me is there is no question about Sun Devils QB Taylor Kelly. He's playing about as well as any QB in the nation not named Mariota, Manziel or Winston. ASU 35, Utah 24.

USC at CALIFORNIA

Gemmell: I promised in my mailbag on Tuesday that I would pick USC this week. And I’m a man of my word. The Trojans' depth -- that’s right, depth -- at running back has allowed them not only to stay competitive, but to out-muscle teams. I really liked what I saw out of the Bears last week, but USC’s ground-and-pound will likely be too much. USC 38, California 24.

Miller: USC has been playing well and the Trojans are getting healthier, most notably at receiver. Further, defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast, former holder of the same job at Cal, will know the Bears personnel well. USC 35, California 20.

COLORADO at WASHINGTON

Gemmell: Don’t see Washington passing up the chance to get bowl eligible at home against a team still winless in conference play. Really like the fire I’ve seen from Colorado of late, but winning at Seattle will be too stiff of a test. Washington 42, Colorado 28.

Miller: The Huskies are coming off a bye and they love playing at home. Expect a strong performance on both sides of the ball. Colorado has been hanging in there, but I'm not sure the Buffs won't be a little gassed heading into this one, a second-consecutive road game. Washington 45, Colorado 20.

ACC predictions: Week 11

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Heather got back at AA in Week 10, making the right call with Boston College over Virginia Tech and North Carolina over NC State. Bravo to a 5-1 week. AA came up 3-3, so we are all square again at 62-16 overall. Let's see what Week 11 has in store.

No. 2 Florida State (8-0, 6-0) at Wake Forest (4-5, 2-4), noon, ABC. #FSUvsWAKE. The Noles clinch a spot in the ACC title game with a win over Wake Forest. It is tough to anticipate this one being much of a game, especially with Wake receiver Michael Campanaro out. The Deacs did nothing offensively without him last week against Syracuse (a team that lost 59-0 against Georgia Tech), and coach Jim Grobe concedes he has nobody on his roster to fill those shoes. Not only that, Wake Forest has a run game that ranks last in the ACC. It is going to be a long day for the Deacs.

AA picks: Florida State 54, Wake Forest 6

HD picks: Florida State 48, Wake Forest 10

Virginia (2-7, 0-5) at North Carolina (3-5, 2-3), 12:30 p.m., ESPN3. #UVAvsUNC. The Tar Heels have gotten themselves back into bowl contention with two straight wins, but they must play the rest of the season without quarterback Bryn Renner. The good news is Marquise Williams has played in the past four games, so at least he has experience under center. More good news for UNC this week: UVa is a bad football team, having lost six straight games. The Hoos have given up more than 1,000 yards of offense in their past two losses combined.

AA picks: North Carolina 34, Virginia 17

HD picks: North Carolina 24, Virginia 14

Syracuse (4-4, 2-2) at Maryland (5-3, 1-3), 3:30 p.m., ESPN3. #CUSEvsMD. As experts picking games every week, Syracuse has easily been the toughest team to predict throughout the entire season. One week after getting shut out at Georgia Tech, the Orange were the ones delivering the shut out to Wake Forest. Syracuse has won away from home just once this season and has yet to get any consistency out of the quarterback position. Meanwhile, quarterback C.J. Brown is healthy again for the Terps. Brown will be the difference in the game, and Maryland becomes bowl eligible for the first time since 2010.

AA picks: Maryland 23, Syracuse 20

HD picks: Maryland 24, Syracuse 10

Boston College (4-4) at New Mexico State (1-8), 3:30 p.m., ESPN3. #BCvsNMSU. The Eagles get to follow up their impressive win over Virginia Tech with a 2,300-mile trip to its first game in New Mexico. Ever. Not exactly the type of trek that a team from a power conference ever wants to make, let alone in November. Having said that, the Eagles have an opportunity to win for the first time on the road this season and inch closer to bowl eligibility against one of the worst teams in FBS. New Mexico State coach Doug Martin served as BC offensive coordinator a season ago, but there won't be much the Aggies can do to slow down Andre Williams. New Mexico State is giving up a whopping 312 yards per game on the ground.

AA picks: Boston College 35, New Mexico State 7

HD picks: Boston College 49, New Mexico State 6

NC State (3-5, 0-5) at Duke (6-2, 2-2), 4 p.m., ESPNU. #NCSTvsDUKE. Some anticipated NC State could struggle this year with a new head coach and so many veterans gone. But not many could have expected the Wolfpack to start 0-5 in league play and fall a notch below in-state rival Duke. Injuries have been a big culprit, but so has an inability to make plays with the game on the line. NC State has more quarterback drama to deal with as well. Duke, meanwhile, had a week to enjoy its win over Virginia Tech and bowl eligibility for a second straight season. The Blue Devils were not great on offense in that win, but expect a completely healthy Anthony Boone to bounce back.

AA picks: Duke 30, NC State 16

HD picks: Duke 45, NC State 14

Virginia Tech (6-3, 3-2) at No. 11 Miami (7-1, 3-1), 7 p.m., ESPN. #VTvsMIA. Both teams come in off losses but remain in contention to win the Coastal Division. As Heather pointed out earlier in the week, it's gut-check time for both teams. The Hokies continue to have one of the best defenses in the country. It's the offense that has cost them in the past two games, as Logan Thomas has turned the ball over eight times. AA thinks Miami is going to struggle against this defense without Duke Johnson, and Thomas will redeem himself with a solid game. A solid game means Thomas won't have four turnovers. Miami has not won back-to-back games in the series since winning three straight from 2000-02. AA picks: Virginia Tech 21, Miami 20.

HD picks: Miami 28, Virginia Tech 17: Even without Johnson, the Canes will be able to run the ball with Dallas Crawford, and they’ll make fewer mistakes than turnover-prone Virginia Tech. The Hokies simply have too many questions marks on offense and not enough playmakers surrounding the embattled Thomas. Virginia Tech hasn’t fared well against ranked opponents, and that trend will continue on Saturday.

No. 23 Notre Dame (7-2) at Pitt (4-4, 2-3), 8 p.m., ABC. #NDvsPITT. It is really tempting to pick Pitt to upset the Irish given the recent history between the two teams and all the injuries Notre Dame has on its defense. But Pitt has done little to nothing offensively since its wild 58-55 win over Duke in September. In the five games since, Pitt is averaging 269 yards per game. Its run game has been nearly nonexistent. Against Georgia Tech last week, the Panthers were held to minus-5 yards rushing. Against Virginia and Virginia Tech, the Panthers managed a combined 31 yards on the ground. Pitt was able to run on Notre Dame last year. But it won't be able to this time around.

AA picks: Notre Dame 27, Pitt 20

HD picks: Notre Dame 24, Pitt 21
Last week's predictions came down to a Hail Mary in Lincoln, Neb. What does Week 11 have in store?

Brian Bennett has rallied to take a one-game lead in the season standings. If he can hold on, he'll be chowing down on Adam Rittenberg's dime at St. Elmo in Indianapolis. But there's a long way to go, including five games this Saturday.

Let's get started …

PENN STATE at MINNESOTA

Brian Bennett: I might pick Penn State here if it the game were in State College, Pa., where the Lions seem to have all of their mojo. But Minnesota has something special going and I'm done doubting the Gophers. Ra'Shede Hageman causes havoc on defense as Penn State turns the ball over three times, and Minnesota's ground game wears down the Nittany Lions defense. … Minnesota 24, Penn State 20.

Adam Rittenberg: Gophers fans probably won't like this, but I'm picking Minnesota after being burned the past two weeks. A balanced offense takes advantage of Penn State's leaky defense and a team that struggles away from home. David Cobb goes for 150 rush yards and two scores, and Philip Nelson adds two more touchdown passes. Allen Robinson has another big day for Penn State, but it's not enough as Minnesota wins its fourth consecutive Big Ten game for the first time in 40 years. … Minnesota 31, Penn State 24

IOWA at PURDUE

Rittenberg: The Hawkeyes need this one to become bowl eligible, and they'll play with a purpose at Ross-Ade Stadium. Iowa finishes a touchdown drive on the first possession behind a Mark Weisman run and controls the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. Linebacker James Morris adds another takeaway as Iowa pulls away in the third quarter behind Weisman and Damon Bullock. … Iowa 31, Purdue 7

Bennett: Iowa won't need to score in the second half of this game in order to win, but the Hawkeyes will do so anyway. There's just not much to like about the way Purdue is playing right now, and I think Jake Rudock will throw a couple of touchdown passes in the second quarter to put this away early. … Iowa 38, Purdue 3.

ILLINOIS at INDIANA

Bennett: I guess somebody's got to win this one, eh? Don't expect a whole lot of defense from either side. Indiana has a few more playmakers on offense, and that, plus the home-field advantage, should be enough. But barely, as the Hoosiers rally from an early 10-point deficit to win on the Mitch Ewald field goal they should have kicked last week. … Indiana 38, Illinois 35

Rittenberg: Both of these teams had brutal losses last week, so which one bounces back? Although I liked much of what Illinois did at Penn State, but the Illini's struggles against the run still concern me. Tevin Coleman goes for 180 yards and three touchdowns, including the game winner, as Indiana overcomes a 300-yard passing performance by Nathan Scheelhaase and wins a shootout. … Indiana 45, Illinois 41

NEBRASKA at MICHIGAN

Rittenberg: The Hail Mary didn't do much to change my opinion of Nebraska, and while Michigan also has its problems, the Wolverines are a different team at home under coach Brady Hoke. Quarterback Devin Gardner continues his season of extremes with a big performance, passing for 250 yards and two touchdowns and adding another on the ground. Ameer Abdullah keeps the Huskers in this one with 150 rush yards and two scores, but Michigan uses a big second half to record the W. … Michigan 38, Nebraska 31

Bennett: No outcome here would surprise me because these are two of the most inconsistent and flawed teams we've seen all season. I'm worried about whether Gardner has PTSD from last week's Michigan State beatdown. But Nebraska has to win one of these big games on the road before I will pick it, and I think the Huskers' offense is a little too beat up right now to win in Ann Arbor, Mich. … Michigan 27, Nebraska 17

BYU at WISCONSIN

Bennett: I'm tempted to pick BYU because the Cougars have been on a roll and have the ability to put up points fast. Wisconsin is also pretty beat up right now. I'll stick with the Badgers because their run defense is very stout and the Camp Randall Stadium edge is just too much. It will be awfully close, however. … Wisconsin 28, BYU 24

Rittenberg: This is a sneaky-good game as both teams are better than their 6-2 records indicate, and both coaching staffs have a lot of familiarity from Gary Andersen's time in the state of Utah. Taysom Hill puts BYU on top early with some big plays, but Wisconsin's defense stiffens and the Badgers get strong performances from Melvin Gordon and James White, who combine for four touchdown dances on the day. … Wisconsin 34, BYU 26

You've heard from us. Now it's time to hear from one of you. As a reminder, throughout the season, we'll choose one fan/loyal blog reader each week to try his or her hand at outsmarting us. There's nothing but pride and some extremely limited fame at stake. If you're interested in participating, contact us here and here. Include your full name (real names, please), hometown and a brief description of why you should be that week's guest picker. Please also include "GUEST PICKS" in all caps somewhere in your email so we can find it easily.

This week's guest is Adam Miller from Los Angeles. Adam, the floor is yours …

Long time reader, first time writer, hoping to be your next guest picker! As a recent Penn State grad living across the country in Pac-12 territory, I need all the B1G I can get, and your blog does a lot to help with that (even though I'm still adjusting to 9am 'Lunchtime Links'). I'm even traveling from SoCal to Minneapolis this weekend with college buddies to watch my Nittany Lions taking on a surging Minnesota squad. Pretty excited for a short work week capped off with a great football weekend. Hope to hear from you guys. Keep up the good work -- Adam, PSU Class '13


Here are Adam's Week 11 picks:

Penn State 28, Minnesota 24
Iowa 27, Purdue 14
Indiana 41, Illinois 21
Michigan 34, Nebraska 27
Wisconsin 34, BYU 17

SEASON RECORDS

Brian Bennett: 62-12
Adam Rittenberg: 61-13
Guest pickers: 57-17

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