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Duck season.

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Our game is over, but college foobtall's day is far from over.  Here's a thread to talk about the rest of the games tonight.  Due to the unusual start time of the Iowa game, several games have already started.  Several more games get going shortly.

From a Big Ten -- and national -- perspective, the biggest game on tap is undoubtedly Oregon-Michigan State, a clash of top ten teams and potential College Football Playoff contenders.  The Ducks used a second half surge to blow past Michigan State in Eugene a year ago; will the story be any different in East Lansing this year?  The Big Ten's rep -- and Sparty's playoff aspirations -- could certainly use a big win here.

Big Ten Games
7 PM
Oregon at Michigan State (ABC)
FIU at Indiana (BTN)
South Alabama at Nebraska (BTN)

Games From Other, Lesser Leagues
Oklahoma at Tennessee (ESPN)
Pittsburgh at Akron (ESPN3)
East Carolina at Florida (ESPN2)
Ball State at Texas A&M (ESPNU)

Arizona at Nevada (CBS Sports)
Lamar at Baylor (regional Fox Sports networks)
Central Arkansas at Oklahoma State (regional Fox Sports networks)
Kentucky at South Carolina (SEC Network)

7 PM
Temple at Cincinnati (ESPNU)
Rice at Texas (Longhorn Network)
idaho at USC (Pac 12 Network)

8:15 PM
LSU at Mississippi State (ESPN)

9:15 PM
Boise State at BYU (ESPN2)
San Jose State at Air Force (ESPNU)

9:30 PM
UCF at Stanford (FS1)
UCLA at UNLV (CBS Sports)

10 PM
Cal Poly at Arizona State (Pac 12 Networks)

The usual rules apply.