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CFB Week 4 Schedule: Get excited for Wisconsin-Michigan and ND-Georgia

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A Big Ten clash and a non-conference bout headline a great day in college football.

Michigan v Wisconsin Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Finally, college football fans have a week with some great-looking matchups on the schedule! Two games this weekend pit top-15 teams against one another, with one featuring a pair of teams in the top seven.

In the early slate, there’s really one good option for fans of the sport, and it features the Wisconsin Badgers. Paul Chryst’s 13th-ranked team hosts the 11th-ranked Michigan Wolverines at Camp Randall Stadium, as the two teams play each other for the third straight year despite being in opposite divisions in the Big Ten. The home team has dominated the past two years, with Michigan winning 38-13 a year ago and Wisconsin earning a 24-10 victory in 2017.

In the evening, we get the premier matchup of the weekend, as #7 Notre Dame travels south to play the third-ranked Georgia Bulldogs. These two teams met two years ago in South Bend, when Georgia scored a late field goal to earn a 20-19 victory. Tune in this evening to see which of these teams takes a big hit to their playoff chances.

Here’s your schedule and open thread for today’s games.

College Football Week 8 Schedule

Visiting Team Home Team Venue City Kickoff Time (ET) TV Network
Visiting Team Home Team Venue City Kickoff Time (ET) TV Network
#2 Clemson Louisville Cardinal Stadium Louisville, KY 12:00 PM ABC
West Virginia #5 Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Norman, OK 12:00 PM FOX
#9 Florida South Carolina Williams-Brice Stadium Columbia, SC 12:00 PM ESPN
Purdue #23 Iowa Kinnick Stadium Iowa City, IA 12:00 PM ESPN2
#11 Auburn Arkansas Razorback Stadium Fayetteville, AR 12:00 PM SEC Network
#6 Wisconsin Illinois Memorial Stadium Champaign, IL 12:00 PM BTN
#12 Oregon #25 Washington Husky Stadium Seattle, WA 3:30 PM ABC
#2 LSU Mississippi State Davis Wade Stadium Starkville, MS 3:30 PM CBS
Temple #19 SMU Gerald J. Ford Field Dallas, TX 3:30 PM ESPN2
Tulsa #21 Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Cincinnati, OH 3:30 PM ESPNU
#20 Minnesota Rutgers High Point Solutions Field Piscataway, NJ 3:30 PM BTN
#18 Baylor Oklahoma State Boone Pickens Stadium Stillwater, OK 4:00 PM FOX
#22 Missouri Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville, TN 4:00 PM SEC Network
Kentucky #10 Georgia Sanford Stadium Athens, GA 6:00 PM ESPN
#17 Arizona State #13 Utah Rice-Eccles Stadium Salt Lake City, UT 6:00 PM Pac-12 Network
Kansas #15 Texas Royal Memorial Stadium Austin, TX 7:00 PM Longhorn Netwokrk
#16 Michigan #7 Penn State Beaver Stadium University Park, PA 7:30 PM ABC
Tennessee #1 Alabama Bryant-Denny Stadium Tuscaloosa, AL 9:00 PM ESPN
#14 Boise State BYU LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo, UT 10:15 PM ESPN2