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Bye Week Evening Games Open Thread: Tonight We Are All Badgers

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Time for the night shift.  The main event is, of course, Nebraska's debut in the Big Ten in a top-ten clash with Wisconsin.  It's initiation time for the Cornhuskers and Bret Bielema knows his way around a paddle.  The menu also features a primetime clash between Florida and Alabama, a possible ACC Championship Game preview (Virginia Tech-Clemson), and the potential for Notre Dame schadenfreude (Notre Dame-Purdue).  Oh, and kicking it all off is the Texas Revenge Tour's stop in Ames, IA to take on our favorite ketchup-and-mustard-clad rivals.  So belly up to the bar and join us in this bounty of college football goodness.  

No. 15 Clemson @ No. 10 Virginia Tech (6PM ESPN2) Mark Jones, Ed Cunningham & Quint Kessenich
No. 17 Texas @ Iowa State (7PM FX) Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Tim Brewster
Ball State @ No. 1 Oklahoma (7PM FSN PPV) Chuck Cooperstein, Dean Blevins, Kelly Cull
Washington @ Utah (7PM FSN) Ron Thulin, JC Pearson, Jeremy Bloom
No. 2 Alabama @ No. 12 Florida (8PM CBS) Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, Tracy Wolfson
No. 8 Nebraska @ No. 7 Wisconsin (8PM ABC) Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Erin Andrews
Notre Dame @ Purdue (8PM ESPN) Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge & Holly Rowe
North Carolina @ East Carolina (8PM CBSSN) James Bates, Aaron Taylor, Brooke Collins
Mississippi @ Fresno State (9:15 ESPN2) Carter Blackburn, Brock Huard
UCLA @ No. 4 Stanford (10:30 FSN) Joel Meyers, Brian Baldinger, Jim Knox
Oregon State @ Arizona State (10:30 FSAZ) Tom Leander, Adam Archuleta, Mark McClune

The usual rules of open threading apply.  And remember: friends don't let friends drive drunk or cheer for Nebraska.