•Oklahoma vs. Colorado: Not since 1952 have the Sooners even suffered a tie in the Big Seven and Colorado did it. OKLAHOMA.
•Syracuse vs. Maryland: The boys from Syracuse stunned and shellacked a supposedly superior cadet team Saturday at West Point. But Tatum's Terps are trampling all opposition, big and small. MARYLAND.
•Duke vs. Pittsburgh: Undefeated Blue Devils beat Buckeyes Saturday with second-half surge. Pitt's Panther is still dangerous. However—DUKE.
•Wisconsin vs. Ohio State: Both still have clean conference records. Here I go again...WISCONSIN.
October 24, 1955
•Yale vs. Colgate: The Red Raiders from the Chenango Valley meet superior enemy force in unbeaten Elis...YALE.
•Purdue vs. Notre Dame: It could have been the week of the upset for the Boilermakers, had not Notre Dame proven its mortality in loss to Michigan State. Believing the Irish will come back fighting...NOTRE DAME.
•UCLA vs. Iowa (Friday night): Sanders' balanced single-wing attack has swept all opposition since Maryland loss. Evashevski's multiple offense has latent strength. None the less—UCLA.
•Michigan State vs. Illinois: Surprising Spartans have come all the way back. Illinois is coming—but not far enough...MICHIGAN STATE.
•Texas A&M vs. Baylor: Both these teams bumped unbeaten foes Saturday. Aggies' soph-laden squad has been sensational since opening loss to UCLA, while Bears have been beaten only by Maryland. A problem but, BAYLOR.
•Washington vs. Stanford: Unpredictable Indians' second half surge fell short against UCLA last Saturday. The Huskies must have this one...WASHINGTON.
Miami over TCU (Friday night)
Army over Columbia
Holy Cross over Boston University
Georgia Tech over Florida State
Harvard over Dartmouth
Southern Methodist over Kansas
Princeton over Cornell
Michigan over Minnesota
Oregon State over Washington State
Southern Cal over California
Navy over Pennsylvania
Rice over Texas
Utah over Wyoming
West Virginia over Penn State
Miss. State over Alabama
Last week's record:
12 right, 12 wrong, 1 tie
Record to date: 92-29-4