Ray Gibson of Salt Lake City came closest on the tiebreaker to win last week's Deseret News Grid Picks contest and the $100 that goes to the weekly winner.

Gibson, Matt Rogers of Salt Lake City and Diane Boecle of Murray picked all 12 games correctly. Gibson had Colorado State defeating Utah, 17-14, to come closest to the 22-13 actual score.In addition to Rogers and Boecle, the other runners-up were Richard Tice, Salt Lake City; Jeff Sanders, Murray; Steve Spear, Highland; Ray Wallace, Taylorsville; Jim Graves, Salt Lake City; John Wray, Bountiful; Glen Hales, Fruit Heights; and Paul Torres, Salt Lake City.

The runners-up receive a Deseret News "Sports Page" T-shirt, while Gibson is eligible as a weekly winner to participate in the $25,000 grand prize contest. To win the grand prize, a weekly winner must correctly guess the halftime and final scores of the BYU-Utah game.

In the celebrity portion of the contest, the Deseret News duo of Lee Benson and Doug Robinson and KSL Radio's pair of Chris Tunis and Jim Braden each picked nine games correctly. The year-to-date results have Benson-Robinson leading by four games.