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AFTERNOON/EVENING GAMES OPEN THREAD

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Hats, and Axes, and Land-Grant Trophies, oh my!

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The winner of Ohio State-Michigan earlier today has a chance to make the Playoff -- but only if Michigan State loses. Standing in Sparty's path to Indianapolis?  Penn State and the resumption of the Battle for the Land-Grant Trophy.  It's on.  Oh, it's on alright.  Meanwhile, Northwestern and Illinois battle over an oversize Monopoly piece and Wisconsin and Minnesota battle over a big damn axe.  Rivalry Week!

Outside the Big Ten, you've got the Iron Bowl and the Battle of Los Angeles, as well as the final stop in Kansas' quixotic quest to claim a win this season.  UCF made it all the way to 0-12 on Thursday night -- will the Jayhawks join them today? Tune in and find out!

And in the evening slate, the big games are Notre Dame-Stanford and the Bedlam Game between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.  The outcomes of those games could have a significant impact on the makeup of the Playoff.

Big Ten Games
2:30 PM

Penn State at Michigan State (ESPN)
Northwestern vs Illinois (ESPNU)
Wisconsin at Minnesota (BTN)

Games From Others, Lesser Leagues
1:30 PM

Colorado at Utah (Pac 12 Network)

2:30 PM
Alabama at Auburn (CBS)
UCLA at USC (ABC/ESPN2)
North Carolina at NC State (ABC/ESPN2)
BYU at Utah State (CBS Sports)

3 PM
Kansas State at Kansas (FS1)
Vanderbilt at Tennessee (SEC Network)

6 PM
UConn at Temple (ESPNU)

6:15 PM
Ole Miss at Mississippi State (ESPN2)

6:30 PM
Notre Dame at Stanford (FOX)
Florida State at Florida (ESPN)
Texas A&M at LSU (SEC Network)

7 PM
Oklahoma at Oklahoma State (ABC)

8 PM
Colorado State at Fresno State (CBS Sports)

9 PM
Arizona State at Cal (FS1)

9:15 PM
Air Force at New Mexico (ESPNU)

9:45 PM
Nevada at San Diego State (ESPN2)

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