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October 10, 2007 at 2:29 PM

Some early predictions

Not much love out there for the Huskies this week.
All five of the experts at CBS Sportsline are picking ASU to beat UW.
So is John Tamanaha at MSNBC.com, who sees ASU winning 30-17. Tamanaha even throws in a little shot at UW by saying that the meat of ASU’s schedule begins after this week.
And for you Phil Steele watchers out there, his pick for this week’s game isn’t out yet, but he is obviously going to select ASU if his updated projected conference standings mean anything. As you can see here, Steele now has UW going just 2-7 in the Pac-10 this year, switching the Stanford game from a win to a loss this week in the wake of what the Cardinal did at USC.
My how things can change in a hurry — Steele picked USC to beat Stanford 51-6 last week. I know I also had USC winning by a similar score, but at least I’m not trying to make my living picking games.

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