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College Football Week 10 Schedule: Top teams get tuneup games for the home stretch

There aren’t many exceptional matchups on the schedule, but a few old rivalries will fire up some college programs for the last few weeks of the regular season.

Texas A&M v Auburn Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

One game between ranked teams? Just one? That’s all we get on this early-November college football Saturday?

Believe it or not, that’s true for today’s schedule. Despite 24 out of the 25 teams in the initial College Football Playoff rankings being in action this week (only #8 Oklahoma is idle), there is just one matchup between teams listed on the rankings.

That game comes in the SEC and ACC. In the mid-afternoon time slot, #13 Auburn travels to College Station to play #14 Texas A&M to fight for second place in the SEC West behind #2 Alabama. Outside of that, it’s a lot of conference games with little in the way of notable rivalry or competitive intrigue to get the casual fan excited.

Perhaps the best rivalry game on the schedule is LSU-Alabama, a contest that normally is high on impact on the national landscape as well. But with LSU’s struggles and the issues swirling around coach Ed Orgeron, this game looks like a rout. Even the Big Ten’s glut of ranked teams hardly have an exciting game in the bunch — Ohio State visiting Nebraska early might be the most appealing game to a fan from outside the conference.

Still, it’s football, and we’ll be watching. So join us here and follow along with all of today’s action.

College Football Week 10 Saturday

Visiting Team Home Team Venue City, State Time (CT) TV Network
Visiting Team Home Team Venue City, State Time (CT) TV Network
#9 Wake Forest North Carolina Kenan Stadium Chapel Hill, NC 11:00 AM ABC
#5 Ohio State Nebraska Memorial Stadium Lincoln, NE 11:00 AM FOX
Missouri #1 Georgia Sanford Stadium Athens, GA 11:00 AM ESPN
Illinois #20 Minnesota Huntington Bank Stadium Minneapolis, MN 11:00 AM ESPN2
Liberty #16 Ole Miss Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Oxford, MS 11:00 AM SEC Network
#25 Pittsburgh Duke Wallace Wade Stadium Durham, NC 11:00 AM ACC Network
Idaho State #15 BYU LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo, UT 2:00 PM BYU TV
#3 Michigan State Purdue Ross-Ade Stadium West Lafayette, IN 2:30 PM ABC
#13 Auburn #14 Texas A&M Kyle Field College Station, TX 2:30 PM CBS
#12 Baylor TCU Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth. TX 2:30 PM FOX
Navy #10 Notre Dame Notre Dame Stadium South Bend, IN 2:30 PM NBC
#11 Oklahoma State West Virginia Milan Puskar Stadium Morgantown, WV 2:30 PM ESPN
Tulsa #6 Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Cincinnati, OH 2:30 PM ESPN2
#21 Wisconsin Rutgers SHI Stadium Piscataway, NJ 2:30 PM BTN
#17 Mississippi State Arkansas Razorback Stadium Fayetteville, AR 3:00 PM SEC Network
#19 NC State Florida State Doak Campbell Stadium Tallahassee, FL 3:00 PM ACC Network
LSU #2 Alabama Bryant-Denny Stadium Tuscaloosa, AL 6:00 PM ESPN
Tennessee #18 Kentucky Kroger Field Lexington, KY 6:00 PM ESPN2
#22 Iowa Northwestern Ryan Field Evanston, IL 6:00 PM BTN
#4 Oregon Washington Husky Stadium Seattle, WA 6:30 PM ABC
Indiana #7 Michigan Michigan Stadium Ann Arbor, MI 6:30 PM FOX
Boise State #23 Fresno State Bulldog Stadium Fresno, CA 6:30 PM CBS Sports Net
#24 San Diego State Hawaii Aloha Stadium Honolulu, HI 10:00 PM FOX Sports 1