College football predictions: Former Iowa State players pick Week 11 games

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Nov 1, 2014; Ames, IA, USA; Oklahoma Sooners head coach Bob Stoops celebrates against the Iowa State Cyclones at Jack Trice Stadium. Oklahoma defeated Iowa State 59-14. Mandatory Credit: Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

Nick Leaders:

Baylor @ Oklahoma- Oklahoma– The have a balanced team and play enough defense to slow down Baylor.

Iowa @ Minnesota- Minnesota – Going to be cold and windy, and Minnesota has been tough at home.

Texas A&M @ Auburn- Auburn– They have been playing well, and Texas A&M is playing with a backup quarterback.

Notre Dame @ Arizona State- Notre Dame– They have been strong all year and a bad call in the Florida State game may have cost them a shot. They need to win out.

Iowa State @ Kansas- Iowa State – We have to win this game to get some momentum for recruiting and next year. Kansas has been a doormat all year.

Florida Atlantic @ North Texas- North Texas– I am going to say Coach Mac and the team has them ready to play, and North Texas has been steadily getting better.

Kansas State @ TCU- TCU– I think their offense is too much for Kansas State. Although I hate to doubt Bill Snyder. Close game.

Alabama @ LSU- Alabama– They are quietly dominating teams every week. They have a stretch run against some good teams to move into the top four.

Ohio State @ Michigan State- Michigan State- Their defense is too solid and just enough weapons on offense to beat Ohio State.

Oregon @ Utah – Oregon– Another team that lost early that has been playing well. They continue to roll this week.