Jay Christensen produces TheWizOfOdds.com.
Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times: What has the college football world come to? Florida State and Miami play Saturday and nobody cares, but Duke's next game matters.
John Walters, NBC Sports.com: Walters looks into his crystal ball and provides a day-to-day breakdown of what is going to happen on and off the field in October.
Jay Drew, Salt Lake Tribune: If you're one of the 17 seniors on Brigham Young's roster, chances are you're married.
Jon Solomon, Birmingham News: Why No. 2 is the most dangerous spot in the Associated Press poll.
Ian R. Rapoport, Birmingham News: How big was Alabama's win over Georgia? Artist Daniel Moore plans to commemorate the Crimson Tide's 41-30 victory on canvas.
Scott Wolf, Los Angeles Daily News: USC's Pete Carroll says he didn't violate NCAA rules by attending two of Loyola High of Los Angeles' games.
Matt Hinton, Dr. Saturday: Johnny Majors is above telling reporters that backstabber Phil Fulmer should have been fired 10 years ago.
Ron Morris, Columbia State: They're howling for Tommy Bowden's head in Clemson-land, but there is plenty of time for the Tigers to rebound.
Brett Vito, Denton Record-Chronicle: Sam Dibrell, North Texas' second- leading receiver, has quit the team.
Jeff Barker, Baltimore Sun: Was Maryland's Ralph Friedgen dancing at practice? Yes, yes he was.
Mick McGrane, San Diego Union-Tribune: San Diego State coach Chuck Long could be getting some help scouting Texas Christian.
Steve Harvey, Los Angeles Times: Virginia edges out Washington for No.
1 in this week's bottom 10.