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Football after dark.

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There's just one Big Ten game this evening -- Miami and Nebraska renewing one of the more entertaining rivalries of the '80s.  Of course, neither Howard Schnellenberger nor Tom Osborne are walking through that door anytime soon.  A Jameis Winston-less Florida State team looks to be on upset alert against Clemson, but Oklahoma-West Virginia might be the real pick for game of the night.  Shit has a tendency to get weird in Morgantown at night.

b1g GAMES (all times Central)

Miami (FL) at Nebraska (7 PM, ESPN2)


Georgia State at Washington (5 PM, Pac-12 Network)
Mississippi State at LSU (6 PM, ESPN)
Northern Illinois at Arkansas (6 PM, ESPNU)
Miami (OH) at Cincinnati (6 PM, CBS Sports)

Oklahoma at West Virginia (6:30 PM, FOX)
South Carolina at Vanderbilt (6:30 PM, SEC Network)
Clemson at Florida State (7 PM, ABC)

California at Arizona (9 PM, Pac-12 Network)
Oregon at Washington State (9:30 PM, ESPN)
San Jose State at Oregon State (9:30 PM, Fox Sports 1)
UL-Lafayette at Boise State (9:30 PM, CBS Sports)

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