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Week 6 Predictions

3 Oklahoma vs. 11 Texas Oklahoma, 35 Texas, 28
In yet another edition of this rivalry this one is sure to be less lopsided then last year. Landry Jones and the Sooners sweet passing game will hope to tear up the Longhorns rebuilding secondary. Though Texas has an interesting offensive attack of their own. A two quarterback tandem with Case McCoy and David Ash and a preferred ground game will help the Longhorns put up points. Freshman Malcolm Brown is speedy and a true talent and Fozzy Whittaker will pound it in. Two linebackers will be key for Texas in stuffing up a weak Sooners ground game in Emmanuel Acho and Keenon Robinson. Though the Sooners will be too much for the 'Horns to handle.
1 LSU vs. 17 Florida LSU, 34 Florida, 21
LSU faces another tough test but so far it definitely looks like they're the number one team in the nation. Les Miles has announced that Jarrett Lee will start and he has looked strong this season. He is very efficient and he has a head for the game. The Tigers also have a fantastic ground game with Michael Ford and Spencer Ware. They also have a great secondary that will shut down the Gators passing game with Tyrann Mathieu and Morris Claiborne. Charlie Wies knows that he can run the ball and no matter what defense they are playing that defense will have trouble stopping Jeff Demps and Chris Rainey. A young pair of players on the line for Florida will hope to help pull off the upset over the top ranked Tigers. Though that likely isn't going to happen.
10 Arkansas vs. 15 Auburn Arkansas, 27 Auburn, 24
After getting outplayed and beaten down by Alabama the Razorbacks climbed back up by beating a tough Texas A&M team. Now they face yet another test against the Auburn Tigers. Gene Chizik may not be entirely confident with Barrett Trotter yet but he hasn't been completely horrible through the season. Michael Dyer and Onterio McCalebb needs to lead the sweet Tigers rushing game. McCalebb is also a threat coming out of the backfield catching the ball. The Razorbacks may not have Knile Davis but they still have a deep ground game with Ronnie Wingo and Dennis Johnson.

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