Minnesota will look to unleash its devastating running game against the Oregon defense.
Tennessee, which was embarrassed in this game last year, has much more incentive to play well this time around.
Virginia Tech running back Kevin Jones will look to close out his college career on a positive note.
The departure of Frank Solich will have an impact on Nebraska, but expect the Cornhuskers to get the win.
Bruce Perry and the Terrapins will look to continue their recent domination of the Mountaineers.
In what should be an entertaining shootout, QB Ben Roethlesberger and Miami (Ohio) should prevail at the end.
UCLA has more all-around talent, but Fresno State has played a tough schedule and will not be overwhelmed.
A banged-up Memphis squad should pose little problem for the Mean Green defense and RB Patrick Cobbs.
USC can claim a share of the national championship if they can beat a powerful Michigan team.
Despite the absence of two key players, Georgia will get enough big plays from QB David Greene to pull out the victory.
The similarities between LSU and Oklahoma are frightening and should make for an evenly matched game.
Oklahoma State must find a way to shut down Eli Manning, who will be playing in his final game at Ole Miss.
Kansas is on the upswing, but don't expect the Jayhawks to beat Phillip Rivers in his last game in an N.C. State uniform.
Hawaii has the home-field advantage but they will need to contain Houston quarterback Kevin Kolb.
Tulsa underwent one of the best turnarounds in the country this season and will face a struggling Georgia Tech team.
Washington State might be more motivated, but Texas' talent should begin to take over by the second quarter.