There are 9 Div. 1A teams unbeatern as of this week. Virginia Tech does not play 10/15. Among the other 8 which are likely to be upset? Notre Dame over USC? Colorado over Texas? Virginia over Florida St.? Vanderbilt over Georgia? Mississippi over Alabama? Michigan over Penn St.? Washington St. over UCLA? Kansas St. over Texas Tech? I think the most likely upset is Michigan over Penn St. Penn St. played very hard in their upset of Ohio St. and they responded to all the hype and intensity. It's hard for a team to do that 2 weeks in a row, especially where you are playing away the next week against a team that was beaten away from home and so far has come back strong from each loss. Penn St. can't play as well as they did last week, and Michigan will almost surely play better. The next most likely upset IMO is Notre Dame over USC. History does not carry any team or any results, but it does mean something in getting players "up" and fans be loud enough to disrupt the opponent's signals and concentration. The last 2 times ND had a team capable and in position to knock off the #1 team probably goes back to Miami in '88 and Florida St. in '93, and they did it. Notre Dame does have a history of ending opponents' winning streaks, also. And USC seems to have reached the point where they think they can overcome any lackadaisical performance in the 1st half. But having said all this, the fact is that ND is not nearly good enough defensively to stop USC as long USC is really putting out on offense. ND can keep it within 2 touchdowns, but USC will have to play really badly for ND to win.