12:00 - Fox Sports 1
Texas Rivalry: Southern Methodist (1-2) @ TCU (1-2)
Both teams, bitter rivals. Both teams, fighting to get back to .500. This is an old fashioned grudge match which may derail the other team's season. Coming off a loss to Texas Tech, TCU needs to find a way to get themselves on the right track, back into the polls, where they were shown to be in the preseason, but won't be easy with QB Casey Pachall still out with an injury.
3:30 - CBS
#6 LSU (4-0) @ #9 Georgia (2-1)
Georgia's road in the beginning of the season has to be one of the most difficult starts any team could have been dealt. Opening up at Clemson and hosting South Carolina the very next week left the Bulldogs at 1-1. Now they take on another SEC foe in LSU. Definitely the game of the week and might go down to the wire. This is the location of college game day this week and the good people of Athens, GA always rise to the occasion. Let's just hope that Mark Richt and the Bulldogs can do the same. If Georgia does lose, all hopes are not lost. Being able to beat South Carolina means that both teams can win out and Georgia can still go to the SEC Championship game.
3:30 - NBC
#14 Oklahoma (4-0) @ #22 Notre Dame (3-1)
Now you have some decisions to make. Two games between two ranked teams both at 3:30? My vote is still to watch LSU-UGA, but this one may feature some serious Brian Kelly face. Oklahoma is starting Blake Bell, who tore up Tulsa's defense last week for 413 yards. The Irish saw Bell last year in Norman for only a couple plays, but he made a difference on the ground scoring to tie the game at 13 before the Irish went on to win 30-13. Look for the Sooners to come out and try to avenge last year's defeat. The Irish this year are also not playing to support their gullible linebacker with a fake girlfriend either, so most emotions in this game are level. If Oklahoma wins at South Bend tomorrow, the momentum may just take them all the way to a Big 12 title, which is completely up for grabs this year.
8:00 - ABC
#23 Wisconsin (3-1) @ #4 Ohio State (4-0)
The triumphant return of Braxton Miller will happen this Saturday at the horseshoe in Columbus under the lights. The national game of the week according to ESPN and ABC is sure to be a good one. Ohio State was fortunate to have a soft schedule while Miller nursed an ailing left knee. But now he's back and facing a Wisconsin team who is a terrible officiating mistake from also being undefeated. The key to this one is Wisconsin QB Joel Stave being able to hold onto possession of the football and not give Miller and the Buckeye offense too many scoring chances.
Honorable mentions of the week
California @ #2 Oregon
#12 South Carolina @ UCF
#21 Ole Miss @ #1 Alabama
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