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A good day of football concludes with the best B1G game of the day.

Duane Burleson

Time for the game of the day -- and maybe the game of the year? -- in the Big Ten.  And, no, I'm not talking about Rutgers-Michigan.  Nebraska-Michigan State pits the league's only two halfway-realistic hopes for a College Football Playoff spot, as well as the frontrunners in their respective divisions.  There's a decent chance this is only round one between these teams, with round two coming two months from now in Indianapolis.  Or not.  Either way, this one will be intersting -- if only to see if Sparty has any answers for Ameer Abdullah.

Meanwhile, the rest of the country has a few intriguing games -- LSU-Auburn, Arizona State-USC, UCLA-Utah -- but for the most part tonight seems to be all about Sparty and the Huskers.  Bring it on.

B1G Games (all times Central)

Michigan at Rutgers (6 PM, BTN)
Nebraska at Michigan State (7 PM, ABC)

Games From Other, Lesser Leagues (all times Central)

LSU at Auburn (6 PM, ESPN)
Texas Tech at Kansas State (6 PM, ESPNU)
Memphis at Cincinnati (6 PM, CBS Sports)
Arizona State at USC (6:30 PM, FOX)
Miami at Georgia Tech (6:30 PM, ESPN2)
South Carolina at Kentucky (6:30 PM, SEC Network)

UNLV at San Jose State (7 PM, ESPNEWS)
Utah at UCLA (9:30 PM, ESPN)
Boise State at Nevada (9:30 PM, CBS Sports)
Cal at Washington State (9:30 PM, Pac-12 Network)

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