Normalcy will be restored next week and Iowa will be back to 11 AM starts (for good or ill), but for now we have a third straight week where Iowa has a later start. So we have time to kill. Luckily, there's football to be watched. NOTE: I make no guarantees about the quality of said football.
The highlight among Big Ten action looks to be BYU-Michigan -- do the Cougars have another miracle finish (and Big Ten upset) in them? Kansas-Rutgers might be perversely entertaining and Bowling Green-Purdue should be good if you like points... lots and lots of points. The non-B1G action doesn't offer much more intrigue, although LSU-Syracuse could provide some Weird Football (or just another chance for Leonard Fournette to make college defenders look very foolish) and Georgia Tech-Duke might be pretty good.
Big Ten Games
Kansas at Rutgers (BTN)
#22 BYU at Michigan (ABC)
Central Michigan at #2 Michigan State (BTN)
Southern Mississippi at Nebraska (ESPNEWS)
Bowling Green at Purdue (BTN)
Indiana at Wake Forest (ESPN3)
Maryland at West Virginia (FS1)
Games From Other, Lesser Leagues
#8 LSU at Syracuse (ESPN)
#20 Georgia Tech at Duke (ESPN2)
Southern at #7 Georgia (SEC Network)
UCF at South Carolina (ESPNU)
Navy at UConn (CBS Sports)
Delaware at North Carolina (ESPN3)
Northern Illinois at Boston College (ESPN3)
Nicholls State at Colorado (Pac 12 Network)
Rice at #5 Baylor (various FOX Sports regional networks)
The usual rules apply.