Penn State vs. Syracuse
Bowl bids and unbeaten records will be at stake in the East's big game. Richie Lucas has carried Penn State this far, but the powerful Syracuse line and hard-running Halfbacks Ernie Davis and Gerhard Schwedes will be too much for Nittany Lions. SYRACUSE.
Penn vs. Yale
Both were upset last week and will be aching to win. Penn's best team in years may find the stubborn Eli defense too tough. YALE.
USC vs. West Virginia West Virginia is hardly a match for the best in the West. Quarterback Willie Wood is in shape again, and USC will be ready for the Mountaineers. USC.
Stanford vs. UCLA
Stanford's Cactus Jack Curtice loves to see his team throw the ball, and he has a topnotch passer in Dick Norman. UCLA is too inconsistent. STANFORD.
Texas A&M vs. SMU
SMU's Don Meredith, rushed to distraction by the Texas line last week, should have less trouble with Texas A&M. SMU.
Texas vs. Baylor
Speed, resourcefulness and sheer power have kept Texas unbeaten, and the Longhorns won't falter against mediocre Baylor. The Texas backs can run and sophomore Jack Collins is one of the best. TEXAS.
LSU vs. Tennessee
Undefeated and No. 1 in the nation, LSU always manages to come up with just enough points to win. Billy Cannon, an authentic All-America, and the efficient Tigers will wear down Tennessee. LSU.
Clemson vs. Duke
Despite Duke's upset of Georgia Tech, the Blue Devils will be out-manned by the big Clemson line and outpassed by Quarterback Harvey White. CLEMSON.
Northwestern vs. Wisconsin
Wisconsin, beaten only by Purdue, can disturb Northwestern's Big Ten title hopes. However, speedy Halfback Ron Burton is back, and he should give those big Wisconsin linemen more than they can handle. NORTHWESTERN.
Purdue vs. Michigan State
Purdue, with Fullback Bob Jarus supplying the punch, will bounce back from that Illinois tie to remain alive in the Big Ten race. State lacks the depth. PURDUE.