College Football Week 10 v. Championships are won in November

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Reminder that the game is listed under the home team's conference.

Conference Power Rankings:
Code:
Conf. 	AP      Computer   Rate         Rank Rate Change 
SEC 	1  	3 	   94.3 	1 	  1.4 
Pac-10  2  	2 	   89.9 	2 	  0.4 
Big Ten 	3  	4 	   87.6 	3 	  -1.4 
Big 12 	4  	1 	   87.1 	4 	  1.6 
MWC 	5  	6 	   75.6 	5 	  0.5 
WAC 	6  	7 	   53.7 	6 	  1.4 
ACC 	7  	5 	   36.1 	7 	  -7.6 
BigEast 8  	8 	   22.3 	8 	  1.4 
C-USA 	9  	9 	   18.7 	9 	  1.9 
MAC 	10 	10 	   14.6 	10 	  0.8 
SunBelt 11 	11 	   9.9 		11 	  -0.7
ACC

Thursday, November 4
7:30PM Georgia Tech @ #22 Virginia Tech

Saturday, November 6
12:00PM Virginia @ Duke
12:00PM Maryland @ Miami (FL)
12:00PM #25 North Carolina State @ Clemson
3:30PM Boston College @ Wake Forest
3:30PM North Carolina @ #24 Florida State


Big 12

Saturday, November 6
12:30PM #21 Baylor @ #17 Oklahoma State
2:00PM Colorado @ Kansas
3:30PM #7 Nebraska @ Iowa State
7:00PM #8 Oklahoma @ Texas A&M
8:00PM Texas @ Kansas State
8:00PM #12 Missouri @ Texas Tech

Notes: I've lost all faith in Texas.


Big East

Wednesday, November 3
7:00PM Rutgers @ South Florida

Saturday, November 6
12:00PM Louisville @ Syracuse

Notes: Syracuse on upset alert.

Big Ten

Saturday, November 6
12:00PM Illinois @ Michigan
12:00PM #16 Iowa @ Indiana
12:00PM Minnesota @ #14 Michigan State
12:00PM #9 Wisconsin @ Purdue
3:30PM Northwestern @ Penn State

Notes: Michigan's last chance at a bowl game. 3 games left and they need to win 2 of them. High chance they'll win next week and incredibly low chance they win the week after that, so this will be their last shot.

Conference USA

Friday, November 5
8:00PM UCF @ Houston

Saturday, November 6
2:00PM Rice @ Tulsa
3:30PM Navy @ East Carolina
3:30PM Southern Miss @ Tulane
4:15PM Marshall @ UAB
8:00PM Tennessee @ Memphis
9:05PM Southern Methodist @ UTEP


Independents

Saturday, November 6
12:00PM Air Force @ Army


Mid-American Conference

Thursday, November 4
7:30PM Buffalo @ Ohio

Friday, November 5
6:00PM Western Michigan @ Central Michigan

Saturday, November 6
1:00PM Akron @ Ball State
2:00PM Temple @ Kent State


Mountain West

Saturday, November 6
2:00PM UNLV @ Brigham Young
3:30PM #3 TCU @ #5 Utah
6:00PM Wyoming @ New Mexico
10:00PM Colorado State @ San Diego State

Notes: Welcome to the BCS Thunderdome. 2 Teams enter, 1 team leaves.


Pac 10

Saturday, November 6
3:30PM Washington @ #1 Oregon
4:00PM California @ Washington State
7:00PM Oregon State @ UCLA
8:00PM #15 Arizona @ #13 Stanford
10:30PM Arizona State @ USC


SEC

Saturday, November 6
12:21PM Florida @ Vanderbilt
12:30PM Idaho State @ Georgia
12:30PM Charleston Southern @ Kentucky
1:00PM Chattanooga @ #2 Auburn
3:30PM #6 Alabama @ #10 LSU
7:00PM Louisiana-Lafayette @ Mississippi
7:00PM #18 Arkansas @ #19 South Carolina


Sun Belt

Saturday, November 6
4:30PM Florida Atlantic @ Western Kentucky
7:00PM Troy @ North Texas
7:30PM Louisiana-Monroe @ Florida International


WAC

Saturday, November 6
3:00PM New Mexico State @ Utah State
3:30PM Hawaii @ #4 Boise State
4:00PM Fresno State @ Louisiana Tech
5:00PM #23 Nevada @ Idaho


NCAA Games of the Week -
#21 Baylor @ #17 Oklahoma State
#3 TCU @ #5 Utah
#15 Arizona @ #13 Stanford
#6 Alabama @ #10 LSU
#18 Arkansas @ #19 South Carolina
 
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Yes, I did. I want you to put your heart and soul into it for us. :hs:
For as dead as these threads get, the amount of effort I've put in to them each year has gotten less and less. But it's the only way I can talk college football with others so that's why I keep doing it.
 

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Why are you picking NW over PSU?

I really hope you are right about Army. I would be nice to win the Commanders Cup for the first time in a long while.
Solely based on their ability to score. I think the defenses have been about on par with each other (which is adequate at least), but they have a much more potent offense this year.
 

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SEC on SEC crime. what a shame. :dont:
This is what supports their justification for playing Midvale school for the Blind in pre-conference play so I have no problem with it.

In Fact SEC's Bye week is so much tougher than other conferences, their schools actually move up in rankings during a bye week.
 

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Last I heard, head related.
LOL, did you hear about the Michigan marching band during that game?

In the midst of one of the crazier Michigan football games in the modern era, the Michigan marching band matched the football team.
Using a Wizard of Oz theme that had a complete skit with the halftime performance, the band spelled out the script "Ohio" of rival Ohio State and then had it switched to spell ‘Oh No!’ a second later.
The performance included a Brutus the Buckeye impersonator, it had a wicked witch trying to dot the "I" in Ohio. The only thing that kept that from happening was a Michigan tuba player knocking the witch out with Ohio State's traditional thrust of the horn's bell.
Oh, and it was complete with Dorothy, the Cowardly Lion and the crew galloping through the entire band before skipping up the mid-field tunnel.