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It's the biggest weekend of college football yet, with multiple matchups between ranked teams. We preview Alabama-Texas A&M, Stanford-UCLA, and more.
Florida and Michigan are rebuilding ahead of schedule. Meanwhile, defenses at Clemson and Utah are carrying their teams to perfect records.
Take the under: this week will see multiple teams with good defenses square off against one another in games including Michigan-Northwestern and Florida-Missouri.
The answer? Maybe still in Tuscaloosa, but beyond the Tide it's anyone's guess.
Though most of the East Coast will be in the middle of a hurricane on Saturday, the day expects plenty of huge matchups like Clemson-Notre Dame and Alabama-Georgia.
The big Pac-12 games were blowouts -- just not always in the way we expected. Chad Peltier reviews the weekend in college football.
The action moves from the South to the West as the Pac-12 conference play begins. Though there aren't as many big games as in previous weeks, there are plenty of opportunities for upsets.
Despite the Ole Miss upset over previously top F/+-ranked Alabama, no one is out of the playoff race just yet.
Can the SEC West overcome a poor showing in week two with big time matchups like LSU-Auburn and Alabama-Ole Miss?
Many new quarterbacks, head coaches, and defensive coordinators all head stellar Week 1 debuts, while preseason wisdom was challenged for a few would-be contenders.