We've still got a few more hours to go 'til Iowa-Minnesota gets underway; luckily, there's also more football to watch 'til then! Hooray! The Big Ten games remain unappetizing, unless you think #CHAOSTEAM can finally claim a big win (or just a B1G win, period), although beating the Fightin' Harbaughs seems like a tall order for them.
Outside the Big Ten, there are games with playoff implications a plenty. Notre Dame, Clemson, and Oklahoma State probably won't lose their games this week -- they're playing Wake Forest, Syracuse, and Iowa State, respectively -- but you never know. This is November, when college football gets good and crazy. Losses by any of those teams would shake up the Playoff picture a bit. The best chance for a big loss might be Alabama-Mississippi State; obviously the Tide are very, very good, but given a bit of letdown potential after last week's huge win over LSU, a tough Mississippi State team, and 60,000 MSU fans clanging their cowbells all afternoon, well... maybe?
Big Ten Games
Michigan at Indiana (ABC/ESPN2)
Nebraska at Rutgers (BTN)
Games From Other, Lesser Leagues
Washington at Arizona State (Pac 12 Network)
Alabama at Mississippi State (CBS)
Wake Forest at Notre Dame (NBC)
Clemson at Syracuse (ABC/ESPN2)
Oklahoma State at Iowa State (ESPN)
Kansas State at Texas Tech (FS1)
Miami (FL) at North Carolina (ESPNU)
SMU at Navy (CBS Sports)
Kentucky at Vanderbilt (SEC Network)
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