Game 1: SportsNation's burning questions for No. 9 Iowa at No. 24 Arizona

Steve (Sioux City, IA)

Adam, I know everyone thinks it's going to be tough for Iowa to head out West but I have a hard time thinking that a team with this many seniors and this much leadership would be rattled by playing at Arizona. Thoughts?

Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg
Adam Rittenberg

Steve, I think Iowa's experience certainly should help in handling the elements, but history certainly doesn't favor the Hawkeyes in these matchups. Iowa isn't the type of team to lose its poise, and the Hawkeyes have won in some pretty tough places (State College, Madison, East Lansing, etc.) Still, you have to anticipate some adversity against Arizona. How will the 2010 Hawkeyes respond? We'll find out soon. Full transcript

Game 2: SportsNation's burning questions for No. 10 Florida at Tennessee

Stefan (The Swamp)

Are you buying or selling the Gators as a top ten team? Mind you the Gators still have a dynamic defense and they will open up the pass offense over the next two weeks...

Mark Schlabach
Mark Schlabach

I'm selling right now, but I think they'll be a top 10 team by season's end. Have to get better on offense. Very good on defense, especially in the secondary. Don't see a lot of weapons on offense other than Demps, though. Full transcript

Game 3: SportsNation's burning questions for No. 8 Nebraska at Washington

Ryan (Lincoln)

What's your favorite nickname for Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez? T-Mart, T-Magic, T-Mobile, or another one? This is really important to Husker Nation.

Ivan Maisel
Ivan Maisel

It would be like me voting for the mayor of Lincoln. I am not registered there. I have no say in the matter. Given the way he runs, how about "Taylor Swift?" Yeah, maybe not. Full transcript

Game 4: SportsNation's burning questions for No. 6 Texas at Texas Tech

Nick (Denver)

Dave- what are the chances that Texas Tech beats Texas?

Big 12 blogger David Ubben
David Ubben

Good, but if it's close, I'm taking Texas. Tech has to jump on them early, 14-0 or something, and force Gilbert to throw the ball more than the Longhorns gameplanned for. The Red Raiders secondary is young, but they've got a lot of talent and a great pass rush up front. If Texas can keep the offense on cruise control, their secondary will make big plays down the stretch against Potts to leave Lubbock with the win. Full transcript

Game 5: SportsNation's burning questions for No. 12 Arkansas at Georgia

Brian (Arkansas)

How do you think Arkansas will do this weekend against a Georgia team that's desperate?

Mel Kiper
Mel Kiper

Georgia is between the hedges. They'll be in a very firey mood, after that game against Vanderbilt. The key play in the game was the fumble with SC down 14-6. That fumble prevented Georgia from getting back into that football game. Arkansas had two cupcakes right out of the box. Now they get their first test. Georgia is much more battle tested. Not having Green on Georgia is a huge problem. Aaron Murray for Georgia was only 4-8 for 32 yards in the first half. In the third quarter alone, he was 7-8 for 101 yards, just before the fumble. Murray needs AJ Green. That's an unfortunate situation with Green at Georgia. Full transcript

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