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Week 6 of Zultan’s Fearless College Football Forecast… 0

Posted on October 05, 2010 by JA Allen

Week 6 of College Football - pick the winners of the best match-ups...

Zultan missed two calls during Week 5.

He failed to predict that the Washington Huskies would kick a field goal with no time left on the clock to defeat USC at home in LA Coliseum.

His crystal ball shut down at the end of regulation.

The All-Seeing One also failed to place enough weight on home-field advantage for the Michigan State Spartans who rose up to defeat the Wisconsin Badgers while their coach watched from his hospital bed.

Still Zultan picked 8 of 10 for 80 percent for you math-challenged folks.  There were eight of you who did better at 90 percent––listed at the end of this article.

As we enter Week 6, the contest grows increasingly complex as we head deep into conference play.

Are you ready to throw caution to the wind and challenge Zultan’s predictions for Week 6?

All you have to do is click here to select your own slate of winners and have your name included in next week’s article––as well as being eligible for prizes if you can outguess the Mighty One.

Give the wheel a spin and take your chances––you’ve got nothing to lose.

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