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College Football Week 6 Saturday: Are we in for another Iowa-Penn State ‘classic’?

The top-five matchup promises to be one of the biggest games of the early port of the season.

Penn State v Iowa Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images

Over the last few decades, the rivalry between the Iowa Hawkeyes and Penn State Nittany Lions has generated some fascinating games. However, not all of them have been pretty to an outside observer.

Take the 2004 season, for example. That year, Iowa — behind a 14-of-31 passing day from quarterback Drew Tate — earned a 6-4 victory over Joe Paterno’s Penn State team. The two teams combined for seven turnovers and just 315 yards of total offense in one of the most notorious college football games in recent memory.

Not all of the games between these two Big Ten schools have been so rough to watch, but there have been plenty of ugly ones over the years. This year’s matchup, which takes place this Saturday afternoon, looks to be a good one, however, as it will be the first time these programs meet while both being ranked in the top five.

While that game dominates the schedule today, there are also big conference games and rivalries being renewed across the college football landscape. Early on, catch the Red River Rivalry between Oklahoma and Texas, then tune in later for Auburn-Georgia in the SEC. Here’s your full Saturday schedule and enjoy all of the games!

CFB Week 6 Schedule

Visiting Team Home Team Venue City, State Time (CT) TV Network
Visiting Team Home Team Venue City, State Time (CT) TV Network
#6 Oklahoma #21 Texas Cotton Bowl Dallas, TX 11:00 AM ABC
Maryland #7 Ohio State Ohio Stadium Columbus, OH 11:00 AM FOX
#13 Arkansas #17 Ole Miss Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Oxford, MS 11:00 AM ESPN
Vanderbilt #20 Florida Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Gainesville, FL 11:00 AM SEC Network
#11 Michigan State Rutgers SHI Stadium Piscataway, NJ 11:00 AM BTN
Boise State #10 BYU LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo, UT 2:30 PM ABC
#2 Georgia #18 Auburn Jordan-Hare Stadium Auburn, AL 2:30 PM CBS
#19 Wake Forest Syracuse Carrier Dome Syracuse, NY 2:30 PM ESPN2
Wisconsin Illinois Memorial Stadium Champaign, IL 2:30 PM BTN
#24 Southern Methodist Navy Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Annapolis, MD 2:30 PM CBS Sports Network
#4 Penn State #3 Iowa Kinnick Stadium Iowa City, IA 3:00 PM FOX
TCU Texas Tech Jones AT&T Stadium Lubbock, TX 6:00 PM ESPN
#9 Michigan Nebraska Memorial Stadium Lincoln, NE 6:30 PM ABC
LSU #16 Kentucky Kroger Field Lexington, KY 6:30 PM SEC Network
#14 Notre Dame VIrginia Tech Lane Stadium Blacksburg, VA 6:30 PM ACC Network
#1 Alabama Texas A&M Kyle Field College Station, TX 7:00 PM CBS
Utah USC LA Coliseum Los Angeles, CA 7:00 PM FOX
New Mexico #25 San Diego State Dignity Health Sports Park Carson, CA 8:00 PM FOX Sports 1