Louisiana-Lafayette vs North Texas (ESPN2)
#3 Oregon vs Arizona State (ESPN)
Connecticut vs Syracuse (ESPN)
#6 LSU vs #18 Texas A&M (ESPN)
Virginia Tech vs #19 Clemson (ABC/ESPN2)
Purdue vs Ohio State (ABC/ESPN2)
Minnesota vs Wisconsin (ESPNU)
#24 Iowa State vs Oklahoma State (FX)
Auburn vs Vanderbilt (SECN)
#7 South Carolina vs #2 Florida (CBS)
BYU vs #5 Notre Dame (NBC)
#20 Stanford vs California (FOX)
South Florida vs #16 Louisville (ABC)
#17 Texas Tech vs #23 TCU (ABC/ESPN2)
Nebraska vs Northwestern (ABC/ESPN2)
North Carolina State vs Maryland (ESPNU)
#1 Alabama vs Tennessee (ESPN)
#4 Kansas State vs #13 West Virginia (FOX)
Middle Tennessee vs #12 Mississippi State (ESPN2)
North Carolina vs Duke (ESPNU)
#14 Florida State vs Miami (ABC)
Baylor vs #25 Texas (ABC)
Utah vs #8 Oregon State (ESPN2)
That is correct comahan I ******* LOVE YOU DG <3 dg
KSU vs WVU is the game I am most excited about. It is a matchup of the two top Heisman contenders. KSU's defense should be able to give WVU some trouble the their offense should really slow down the tempo of the game.
Florida's chances depend in a big way on the health of their injured line players. Harrison and Wilson need to be at full speed, as does Dominique Easley. I believe Jelani Jenkins should be healthy for this weekend as well
Since I know everyone on here loves watching Penn State, they're playing at Iowa at 8pm on the Big Ten Network.
Originally Posted by 49erNation85
I wouldn't be sir prized if he passed McCoy on the depth chart. I think he might have a better arm and accurate arm then him from the highlights I thought. He also got some wheels too help us prepare for QB's as Wilson , RG3 and other runners etc.
DG don't be so sour FSU struggles when they get into conference play even though this is one of there better teams... and you guys are at home so thats good too.
Duke and NC actually a good matchup? wtf mate
If you've seen Miami's attendance this season it isn't really a home game, at BEST for Miami 60/40 split. They have been selling tickets for $9 today and tomorrow. Also, Miami hasn't beaten FSU at home since the Chris Rix era.