For Games Of Saturday, Oct. 6
? Michigan vs. Michigan State. Wolverines pack wallop. Spartans 1-2 punch powerful, with Peaks and Kowalczyk, but Kowal's ankle ailing. Could mean the difference. Nonetheless, MIGHIGAN STATE.
?Duke vs. Tennessee. Split-T against single wing. Jurgensen vs. Majors. Defense will predominate and breaks will decide. One vote for Vols to get the breaks. TENNESSEE.
?TCU vs. Arkansas. Razorbacks rugged, could be spoiler in TV game of the week. Still, if you stick with the champion you can only be wrong once. TEXAS CHRISTIAN.
?Army vs. Penn State. Circumstances replica of last year. Cadets ragged in opener. Nittany Lions lashed Quakers. Closer, but ARMY.
? Minnesota vs. Purdue. Suspect this is Gopher year, but Boilermakers' Len Dawson's aerials must be controlled. MINNESOTA.
? Ohio state vs. Stanford. Contrasts here. Indians play most open game in the country. Buckeyes most conservative. Power over passes. OHIO STATE.
? Wisconsin vs. Southern California. Badgers beat Marquette easily in opener but USC is loaded with fast backs and large linemen. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
? Yale vs. Brown. Bulldog awakened after last Saturday's close call. Bruins showed class in Columbia win. However, YALE.
?Notre Dame vs. Indiana. Hoosiers beset by injuries, sickness and lack of depth. Guess is young Irish team has matured since SMU surprise. Easily, NOTRE DAME.