Army over Perm State. The unbeaten Cadets have Tom Blanda to throw and two fullbacks to keep the defense busy. State can't match the persistent Army attack.
Georgia Tech over LSU. The Tigers will make Tech work for its yardage, but Stan Gann's passing is better than anything LSU can offer.
Pitt over Miami. Pitt's luck can't be all bad. Miami was impressive against North Carolina, but this may be the week for the Panthers.
North Carolina State over Maryland. State will rely upon Roman Gabriel's passing and running against a Maryland team which has yet to play up to expectations.
Arkansas over Baylor. LSU demonstrated that tough defense can hold Baylor's Ronnie Bull, Arkansas has the ability to make the most of its opportunities.
Texas over Oklahoma. The Longhorn defense looked stronger last week than the Sooners', which is stubborn but probably not stubborn enough to stop Texas' Mike Cotten and Jack Collins.
Illinois over Ohio State. Woody Hayes has the Big Ten title fever again. But the Illini speed and determination will overcome the Buckeyes' power.
Iowa over Michigan State. The Hawkeyes have suddenly discovered that this could be their year. State has the manpower, but Iowa's backs are quicker.
Michigan over Duke. To pass or not to pass—that is Duke Coach Bill Murray's problem. Michigan's power and depth in the line will decide the issue.
Missouri over Air Force. Missouri's deceptive wing T may give even the experienced Falcons a time. However, the Tigers must stop Rich Mayo's passes.