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Football after dark.

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

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)

GAMES FROM OTHER, LESSER LEAGUES

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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