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

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Oct 25, 2014; Manhattan, KS, USA; Texas Longhorns quarterback Tyrone Swoopes (18) hands off to running back Malcolm Brown (28) during the Longhorns

Tyson Smith

Iowa State linebacker in 2004. Played in 10 games and recorded an interception.

Oklahoma @ Iowa State:

Oklahoma. If the Cyclones can’t stop the run game, it will be a long day.

Northwestern @ Iowa:

It pains me to say this, but Iowa wins a close one. Northwestern does not put up a lot of points or rush the passer very well.

Florida vs. Georgia:

Georgia wins due to inconsistent quarterback play.


Very high scoring shootout. TCU finds a way to win on the road.

Auburn @ Ole Miss:

The Auburn spread offense exploits Ole Miss and knocks them out of the playoff talk.

Arkansas @ Mississippi State:

Got cowbell??? Miss State continues to roll and Prescott continues the momentum for the Heisman.

Stanford @ Oregon:

Oregon wins a close game at home. It will be an ugly game, but Mariota finds a way to win.

Texas @ Texas Tech:

I like Texas. They seem to be improving, and Tech is coming off a very lopsided loss against TCU.

Arizona @ UCLA:

Both have high powered offenses. Arizona has a few key injuries. I’m going with UCLA 

Utah @ Arizona State:

ASU’s starting quarterback Taylor Kelley is back in the lineup and he won’t miss a beat. Dres Anderson, the Utes best receiver, is out for the year. Arizona State will crowd the box to stop the running game.