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Here are my Week 10 Predictions, rankings are based on the ESPN/USA Today Poll.
#1 Miami Hurricanes (7-0) @ Rutgers (1-7)
This one isn't evan close, Hurricane's could start back-ups and still beat the Knights handily. Miami wins, 63-9.
#12 Colorado (6-2) @ #2 Oklahoma (7-0)
Colorado will keep in close, but Oklahoma, rusty off a bye week, will pull this one out in the end easily. Oklahoma, 42-24.
Pittsburgh (6-2) @ #3 Virignia Tech (8-0)
Pittsburgh is a good team, but their not that good, Virginia Tech will pound them with their talented running backs and Pittsburgh will yeild way. Virginia Tech, 35-10.
#19 Minnesota (7-1) @ #4 Ohio State (9-0)
None of you may believe me now, but Ohio State will be kicked out of the driver's seat following this game. Minnesota will come into Ohio State, and do what teams like Cincinnati couldn't do, finish off the Buckeyes. Minnesota wins, 31-27.
#22 Florida (5-3) @ #5 Georgia (8-0)
Bulldogs show how much of the bullies they are, they'll push Florida around before finally pushing them out of the top 25. Georgia wins, 38-21.
Boston College @ #6 Notre Dame (8-0)
BC Eagles don't stand a fighting chance against Fighting Irish team that is on fire following their big win over Florida State. Irish dismantle Eagles, 35-0.
#7 Texas (7-1) @ Nebraska (6-3)
What happened to Nebraska? Where did they go? Showed some signs of greatness last week versus Texas A&M, but this week won't be as fortunate against another Texas team. Longhorns roll, 45-17.
Georgia Tech (5-3) @ #8 N.C. State (9-0)
Wolfpack will continue to march on toward a BCS game, Georgia Tech won't have enough to stand up to N.C. State and QB Phillip Rivers, who has another big game. Wolfpack, 49-14.
#17 Arizona State (7-2) @ #9 Washington State (7-1)
Washington State just barely got by Arizona last week, won't be as fortunate this week, Arizona State D has another good game. Sun Devils in a thriller, 17-14.
Wisconsin (6-3) @ #10 Iowa (8-1)
Iowa could easily be 9-0, but as it is, Hawkeye's are still in hunt for Big 10 title. Iowa D is pumped and offense looks deadly. Iowa romps, 41-21.
Michigan State (3-5) @ #13 Michigan (6-2)
Wisconsin rolled over Smoker-less Spartans, down Wolverines will allow Spartans to stay in game. Michigan wins, 27-20.
#14 Kansas State (6-2) @ Kansas (2-7)
Wildcats will prep for Iowa State by terrorizing in-state rivals. Expect Wildcat running back Darren Sproles to have another big day. KSU, 44-7.
Stanford (2-5) @ #16 Oregon (6-2)
Ducks will be out for blood following their defeat at the hands of USC. Ducks will look to get back on track after two straight losses. Ducks, 56-17.
#18 Bowling Green (7-0) @ Kent State (3-5)
Falcons will continue to roll as they flash by the Flashes. Bowling Green will continue to produce, but Kent State hangs in their. Bowling Green wins, 28-17.
#20 Florida State (5-3) @ Wake Forest (5-4)
Seminoles are reeling after loss to Notre Dame last week. Demon Deacons will take advantage of Seminoles, but can't quite get it done. FSU, 35-27.
Illinois (3-5) @ #21 Penn State (5-3)
Nittny Lions are hurting, Illini are hurting more. Illinois was expect to do well this year, Penn State not so good. In switch of fortunes, Nittny Lions will take out frustrations of good season ruined by good teams. Penn State, 28-10.
Missouri (4-4) @ #23 Iowa State (6-3)
ISU will use Missouri to catch breath. Cyclones come off two straight weeks of top 10 opponents and having to play them in their house. Iowa State prevails, 31-17.
#24 Colorado State (7-2) @ Air Force (6-2)
Falcons dropped from top 25 following last week's loss, but they'll put all that behind them as they pull the Rams down with them. Air Force, 35-24.
#25 Marshall (6-1) @ Akron (1-7)
Leftwich will have a great day versus Zips. Akron will live up to name against Marshall D. Thundering Herd thunders on to victory, 35-0.
Auburn (5-3) @ Mississippi (5-3)
Battle for third place in SEC West takes place here. Auburn is 3-2 in conferene and Ole Miss 2-2, but if Ole Miss can win, they get third place in the West and become bowl eligible. Tigers win, 34-27.