Tennessee vs. Mississippi
Tennessee's single wing proved itself against the best in the land, but I don't think any team can lick LSU and Mississippi on successive Saturdays. Ole Miss, eager to atone for its one slip, is primed for the Vols. MISSISSIPPI.
Georgia vs. Auburn
Once-beaten Georgia's position atop the SEC standings is in danger. Bobby Hunt has jogged up the Auburn attack, and the superb Tiger defense will hold the Bulldogs. AUBURN.
Michigan State vs. Northwestern
Dean Look's passing may shake up Northwestern, but State hasn't got a runner to compare with Ron Burton, who is ready to lead the Wildcats back. NORTHWESTERN.
Wisconsin vs. Illinois
Dale Hackbart and the big Wisconsin line will be too much for the inconsistent Illini. The Badgers keep pace with Northwestern in the Big Ten. WISCONSIN.
Oklahoma vs. Army
Neither team has lived up to expectations. Injuries have hurt Army. Oklahoma has lost its invincibility. But the Sooners are still tough to beat at Norman. OKLAHOMA.
California vs. Washington
The Huskies can bolster their Rose Bowl hopes against punchless California. Bob Schloredt's passing and running will bewilder the much-beaten Bears. WASHINGTON.
USC vs. Baylor
Baylor will be in over its head against still-unbeaten USC. Willie Wood is terrific behind the rousing USC line. The Trojans should win their eighth straight. USC.
Texas vs. TCU
A stubborn defense has helped TCU win four in a row after a stumbling start. Texas, undefeated and on the way to the Southwest Conference title, has the speed to outrun the slower Horned Frogs. TEXAS.
SMU vs. Arkansas
Arkansas had trouble with Texas A&M and Rice and may be running out of gas. SMU, with Tirey Wilemon to lend ground support for Don Meredith's passing, will be hard to beat. SMU.
Penn State vs. Holy Cross
State's prestige and bowl hopes suffered little damage in the loss to Syracuse. Holy Cross, also beaten only by the Orange, lacks the defense to stop Richie Lucas and Roger Kochman. PENN STATE.