Pick’em: Week 6

Bryan Matthews, Senior Editor
Auburn Sports

AUBURN | Each week the AuburnSports.com staff makes their predictions on Auburn and top college football games from around the country.

PICK'EM WEEK 6

GAMES

J LEE      36-14

JAY G     35-15

HUNTER 33-17

BMATT 32-18

MR Q    23-27

WVU at TCU

TCU

TCU

TCU

TCU

TCU

MIA at FSU

MIA

MIA

MIA

FSU

FSU

WSU at ORE

WSU

WSU

ORE

ORE

ORE

STAN at UTAH

STAN

STAN

STAN

UTAH

UTAH

UGA at VU

UGA

UGA

UGA

UGA

UGA

LSU at UF

UF

UF

UF

UF

UF

ARK at SCAR

SCAR

SCAR

ARK

SCAR

ARK

MIZ at UK

UK

UK

UK

UK

UK

ALA at TAMU

ALA

ALA

ALA

ALA

TAMU

OM at AUB

AUB

AUB

AUB

AUB

AUB

WHAT THEY THINK

Jay G. Tate, possessor of strong calf game.

Auburn 42-17

I added another touchdown to Ole Miss' tally (beyond my initial prognostication) out of respect for Shea Patterson, who is a valorous and talented quarterback. These Rebels just don't hold many advantages over these Tigers. It'll be close early because Ole Miss is still stinging after the thumping in Tuscaloosa and it has pride, but the home team will raise its level and do what must be done.

Bryan Matthews, defending champ. It’s pronounced JIF.

Auburn 41-13

I don't sense a letdown this week. Ole Miss looks defeated and Auburn is starting to find its groove on offense. The Rebels have an impressive passing attack but it's going to be a long day for quarterback Shea Patterson against this AU defense.

Jeffrey Lee, specializes in sending links.

Auburn 42-13

Auburn is on a roll and Ole Miss can't stop it. Another SEC blowout win for the Tigers.

Hunter Adams, your momma’s favorite football coach.

Auburn 34-20

Auburn continues to build momentum, and gets the run game rolling a little better, en route to another conference win. Although, Patterson and company score some points on a slow-wake AU defense and a flat crowd at 11 a.m.

Mr. Quarter, flippin' and pickin' since 1987. Liker of trucks.

Auburn 34-21

I gotta admit, Auburn's on a little bit of a role the last three games. Maybe the Tigers are for real, at least until that November swoon.

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