College Football Viewing Guide – Week 6

Just a quick recap of the marquee college football games being played today. If your Saturday is free, then you’re in luck. There are a ton of good games on tap.

Early Games

#24 Northwestern Wildcats vs. Penn State Nittany Lions, 12pm (ESPN, WatchESPN)

UConn Huskies vs. #22 Rutgers Scarlet Knights, 12pm (ESPN U, WatchESPN)

Midday Games

#4 LSU Tigers vs. #10 Florida Gators, 3:30pm (CBS)

#17 Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders, 3:30pm (ESPN2, ABC, WatchESPN)

Primetime Games

#5 Georgia Bulldogs vs. #6 South Carolina Gamecocks, 7pm (ESPN, WatchESPN)

#8 West Virginia Mountaineers vs. #11 Texas Longhorns, 7pm (FOX)

Miami (FL) Hurricanes vs. #9 Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 7:30pm (NBC)

#21 Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. #12 Ohio State Buckeyes, 8pm (ABC)

#23 Washington Huskies vs. #2 Oregon Ducks, 10:30pm (ESPN, WatchESPN)

  • This week really begins about a month’s worth of big ranked matchups, specifically in the SEC, where Florida plays LSU, South Carolina, and Georgia all in the next four weeks. South Carolina will be sitting pretty if they’re undefeated three weeks from now. To do so, they’ll need to knock out Georgia, LSU, and Florida in their next three games.
  • After handing Stanford their first loss last Thursday, Washington will travel to Eugene to face Oregon, before hosting USC at home next week.
  • Meanwhile, Notre Dame faces the Hurricanes in a trap game of sorts, before Stanford rolls into town next weekend.
  • West Virginia began the season a little light, but they’ll really dig into Bg 12 play this week in Austin. Texas would love a win against the Mountaineers as they enter the Red River Rivalry next week against Oklahoma.

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