College football predictions: Former Iowa State players pick Week 10 games

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Oct 18, 2014; Little Rock, AR, USA; Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt motions to the fans after the game against the Arkansas Razorbacks at War Memorial Stadium. Georgia defeated Arkansas 45-32. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

Nick Leaders

Oklahoma @ Iowa State:

Oklahoma– Too much talent across the board for the Cyclones to manage.

Northwestern @ Iowa

Iowa– They seem to have found their usual late season stride and Northwestern isn’t as tough as originally advertised.

Florida vs. Georgia:

Georgia– Florida is a shell of themselves and Georgia has it going.


TCU– This will be another offensive explosion. TCU is the nation’s leading offense against an average defense. Advantage TCU.

Auburn @ Ole Miss:

Auburn– Ole Miss looked like it wasn’t ready for the big stage last week at LSU and Auburn is still extremely talented on both sides of the ball.

Arkansas @ Mississippi State:

Mississippi State– I really like the way they play on both sides of the ball. Arkansas might hang in early but Bulldogs will prevail.

Stanford @ Oregon:

Oregon– They have been slowly humming along winning every week since the Arizona game and still have a chance for the playoffs.

Texas @ Texas Tech:

Texas– Both teams are not very good right now, but Texas has a talented young QB that can make some big plays.

Arizona @ UCLA:

Arizona– UCLA is arguably the biggest disappointment this year in regards to the preseason hype. Rich Rodriguez has got some players that fit in his system and are playing well.

Utah @ Arizona State:

Arizona State– They keep surprising teams week in and week out. Eventually I have to pick them.