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Trophies, rivalries, and conference/division titles are on the line over the next 48 hours. Here’s your schedule for this weekend.
The Big Ten East could have its deciding matchup today.
Only the Pac-12 is held without a ranked vs. ranked matchup today.
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.
Conference rivalries continue to dominate the calendar on Halloween weekend.
It’s a light week in terms of big matchups, but several top Big Ten teams have somewhat interesting games.
Kirk Ferentz’s team leads the way in the second spot in the poll.
The top-five matchup promises to be one of the biggest games of the early port of the season.
The Bearcats are off to a surprising start and are ranked 7th in the Coaches’ Poll. Can they beat their old coach Brian Kelly in a big road test in South Bend?
After last year’s game at Lambeau Field was nixed due to COVID-19, the Badgers and Irish meet at a different NFC North stadium.
The top SEC matchup is the only game between ranked teams this weekend.
A pair of top-12 matchups make this week a good one across college football.
Tune in tonight to see who takes home the golden football column trophy thing.
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From the Axe to The Game, it’s the biggest weekend in college football.
A week before a potential de facto West division title game, the East is effectively on the line today.
For the first time in almost a decade, however, the SEC’s biggest game of the year is not in prime time.
Aside from Florida-Georgia, it’s slim pickings this week for college football fans.
Can the Badgers get the Buckeye off their back?
Oregon-Washington and ASU-Utah headline this week’s games.
Rivalry games are starting to get going this week, with one of the best out in the Big XII starting the day from Dallas.
Finally there are some decent conference matchups this week, with the Big Ten and SEC featuring games between ranked teams.
Two ranked games are on this weekend, including a Pac-12 cross-division tilt.
A Big Ten clash and a non-conference bout headline a great day in college football.
It's a weak slate this week, but there is one rivalry fame worth hate-watching.
Clemson and Texas A&M promise to deliver a good game earlier in the day as well.
It has been almost a decade since the two programs met for the BCS title, but that is the prime game on this year’s opening week schedule.
Here’s your bowl schedule and open thread for the next several weeks.
The ACC, SEC, Big XII and Pac-12 are set. Now it’s time to finalize the Big Ten’s championship participants.
The Big XII and Pac-12 title game lineups will be set today thanks to a pair of huge games in prime time with playoff implications.