Week 12 in college football is here, and though there aren’t many marquee matchups, there are plenty of decent games on the slate.
No. 1 Georgia will face its biggest road test of the season against Kentucky. No. 7 USC will look to make a College Football Playoff statement versus No. 17 UCLA. And No. 3 Michigan will face Illinois and its talented defense.
These games and a good chunk of others don’t look like they will produce upsets, but there’s always the potential for chaos this late in the season.
Let’s take a look at this week’s games and offer predictions for each.

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No. 25 Oregon State at Arizona State, 2:15 p.m. ET
Oregon State is having another successful season under Jonathan Smith, reaching seven wins for the second consecutive year. And the Beavers will have a great chance to reach eight wins for the first time since 2012 against Arizona State.
The Sun Devils are having a down year, to say the least. Since firing head coach Herm Edwards on Sept. 18, ASU is 2-5. It started 1-2 and has dropped its last two games, to UCLA and Washington State, by a combined 24 points. The Sun Devils defense ranks 105th nationally in points allowed per game with 30.8.
Oregon State, meanwhile, puts up 32 points per game with an offense that has had to change quarterbacks. Chance Nolan was injured Oct. 1, but Ben Gulbranson has stepped in nicely, throwing for 1,042 yards and seven touchdowns with three interceptions. Nolan had yet to be fully cleared

for practice last week, so it looks like Gulbranson will be behind center yet again. The Beavers are 7.5-point favorites and have been playing much better than the Sun Devils this season, so I like Oregon State.
Prediction: Oregon State 35, Arizona State 17
No. 24 Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, 7:30 p.m. ET
Earlier in the season, this one looked like it could decide a College Football Playoff berth. Both teams are now out of contention, but Bedlam is always a lot of fun. Last season, Oklahoma State snapped a six-game losing streak to Oklahoma, winning 37-33 in Stillwater.
The biggest question mark is the status of Cowboys quarterback Spencer Sanders. Sanders, who has a shoulder injury, came off the bench last week and threw a go-ahead touchdown pass to help beat Iowa State. Sanders’ backup, Gunnar Gundy, threw for a touchdown with two interceptions after starting in place of Sanders.
The Sooners, meanwhile, are having an uncharacteristically bad year. They are 5-5 with back-to-back losses to Baylor and West Virginia. Oklahoma has its most losses in a season since 2014, and it’s the first time since 1998-99 that OU hasn’t recorded consecutive 10-win seasons. The one thing that could make this season better? A victory over rival Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma is a seven-point favorite.
Prediction: Oklahoma State 28, Oklahoma 24
No. 23 Coastal Carolina at Virginia: Canceled
Saturday’s game between the Chanticleers and Cavaliers has been canceled.
On Monday morning, the Charlottesville community woke up to the tragic news that three football players—junior wide receiver Lavel Davis Jr., junior wide receiver Devin Chandler and junior linebacker D’Sean Perry—were shot and killed on campus.
Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., who was a member of the Cavaliers in 2018, was taken into custody and has been charged with three counts of second-degree murder and three counts of using a handgun in the commission of a felony.
The Cavaliers have not decided whether they will play their season finale versus Virginia Tech on Nov. 26.
No. 22 Cincinnati at Temple, 4 p.m. ET
Cincinnati is just a year removed from making history as the first Group of Five team to qualify for the playoff. The Bearcats are 8-2, so another bid won’t be coming, but they’re still having a good season. And at 5-1 in conference play, they have a great chance to make the AAC Championship Game.
The Bearcats look primed to move to 6-1 against Temple, which is 1-5 in the conference and has lost five out of six. Unsurprisingly, Cincy is a 17-point favorite.
Cincinnati had to replace longtime quarterback Desmond Ridder this season, but Ben Bryant has played well, throwing for 2,602 yards and 20 touchdowns with seven interceptions.
Cincinnati has won two straight over Temple and will likely make it three.
Prediction: Cincinnati 28, Temple 6
SMU at No. 21 Tulane, 7:30 p.m. ET Thursday
Tulane will be looking to rebound from a tough home loss to UCF that didn’t feel particularly close. The Green Wave trailed 24-7 in the second quarter and 31-17 heading into the fourth quarter, and the Knights kept them at bay in a 38-31 victory.
Still, Tulane is 8-2 and could play for the AAC championship, as it is in a three-way tie atop the conference with UCF and Cincy. The Tulane defense has been solid, ranking 20th nationally in total defense, allowing just 323.4 yards per game.
The Green Wave will face another high-powered offense in SMU. The Mustangs rank ninth in scoring offense, putting up 40.3 points per game. In SMU’s 77-63 Week 10 win over Houston, quarterback Tanner Mordecai set program and conference records with nine touchdown passes. He tied an NCAA record with seven in the first half, too.
If Tulane wants to get to nine wins, its defense will have to do better than it did against UCF. I think this one will be very close, but I like the SMU offense.
Prediction: SMU 45, Tulane 38

Louisiana at No. 20 Florida State, Noon ET
It looks like head coach Mike Norvell finally has things figured out in Tallahassee. The Seminoles are 7-3, their best record since they were 10-3 in 2016, Jimbo FIsher’s final full season.
FSU has had an impressive last few weeks, too—beating Georgia Tech, Miami and Syracuse by a combined 102 points. In those three wins, quarterback Jordan Travis threw for nine touchdowns with just one interception. In the Seminoles’ 38-3 victory over the Orange, Travis missed on just two of 23 passes.
The Florida State offense will be up against it with the Louisiana defense, which gives up just 21.2 points per game. This marks the first meeting between these programs, and the Ragin’ Cajuns are 5-5 under first-year head coach Michael Desormeaux. They’re looking to make a bowl for the fifth straight season.
Unfortunately for Louisiana, Florida State is playing its best football of the season.
Prediction: Florida State 42, Louisiana 10
No. 19 Kansas State at West Virginia, 2 p.m. ET
Kansas State looks primed to get a spot in the Big 12 Championship Game next month, but it has to get past 4-6 West Virginia to do so. The Wildcats are 5-2 in Big 12 play, right behind 7-0 TCU. Kansas State beat West Virginia 34-17 last season, a win that snapped a five-game losing streak to the Mountaineers.
The Kansas State offense should have the advantage against the WVU defense. The Mountaineers rank 101st in total defense, allowing 415.2 yards per game.
K-State will likely have to rely heavily on running back Deuce Vaughn, as starting quarterback Adrian Martinez is reportedly out for multiple weeks. Martinez suffered an apparent leg injury last week against Baylor. Backup Will Howard threw for 196 yards and three touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 31-3 win.
It’s obviously tough to go on the road, especially without your starting quarterback. But Vaughn, who has rushed for 1,081 yards and five touchdowns, can take some of the pressure off Howard. The Mountaineers defense gives up 147.2 yards per game on the ground, which ranks 66th nationally.
Prediction: Kansas State 28, West Virginia 21
Boston College at No. 18 Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m. ET
After starting the season 0-2, including a home loss to Marshall, Notre Dame has rebounded. The Fighting Irish are 4-0 over the last four weeks, including victories over Syracuse and Clemson. Depending on what happens over the next two weeks, ND could finish with nine wins.
This week, the Irish will face Boston College. The Eagles are 3-7 but just upset then-No. 17 North Carolina State 21-20 on the road. BC trailed 20-7 in the third quarter before Emmett Morehead threw his second and third touchdown passes and Connor Lytton kicked the all-important extra points.
If Notre Dame quarterback Drew Pyne plays like he did last week against Navy, Boston College won’t have much of a chance. In a 35-32 win, Pyne finished with a season-high four touchdown passes against one interception. He completed 81 percent of his passes, also a season high. The Eagles secondary allows 209.3 yards per game in the air, which ranks 43rd nationally.
Prediction: Notre Dame 28, Boston College 10
Navy at No. 17 UCF, 11 a.m. ET
UCF looks like the best bet for a Group of Five team to earn a New Year’ Six bowl bid. The Knights are the highest-ranked team non-Power Five squad and have won their last three games, beating two ranked opponents in Cincinnati and Tulane.
Head coach Gus Malzahn has found success with quarterback John Rhys Plumlee, who transferred from Ole Miss. Plumlee has thrown for 2,015 yards and 12 touchdowns with six interceptions. He also leads the Knights rushing attack with 708 yards and nine touchdowns.
UCF is a 16.5-point favorite against 3-7 Navy, which is in the midst of a third straight below-.500 season. The Knights should win big at home.
Prediction: UCF 42, Navy 10
No. 7 USC at No. 16 UCLA, 8 p.m. ET
See No. 7 USC for prediction.

Colorado at No. 15 Washington, 9 p.m. ET
Washington wrecked Oregon’s chances of getting into the playoff last week, as the Huskies upset the Ducks 37-34. After starting the year 4-0, the Huskies had a two-game losing streak, to UCLA and Arizona State. Since then, UW is 4-0, including a 24-21 win over Oregon State the week before the Oregon game.
Colorado, meanwhile, is having an abysmal season. Head coach Karl Dorrell was fired after the Buffaloes dropped to 0-5. The week after, Colorado beat Cal 20-13. But the Buffaloes lost their next four games. At this rate, they look like they’ll finish with their worst season since 2012, when they were 1-11.
Washington’s momentum will be way too much. The Huskies should win big to snap a two-game losing streak against the Buffaloes.
Prediction: Washington 34, Colorado 3
No. 14 Ole Miss at Arkansas, 7:30 p.m. ET
Motivation might be hard to find for both of these teams in this one. Arkansas is 5-5, including two consecutive losses to Liberty and LSU. Ole Miss (8-2) just suffered its most gut-wrenching loss, 30-24 to Alabama. That, paired with LSU’s win at Arkansas, clinched the Tigers’ trip to Atlanta to represent the SEC West in the conference title tilt.
The Rebels and Razorbacks have digressed from last season, when Ole Miss went 10-3 and Arkansas finished 9-4. With little to play for, I wouldn’t be surprised if neither team looks like it wants to be there.
How will head coach Lane Kiffin get his team to respond this week? Ole Miss beat Arkansas 52-51 last season. If Razorbacks quarterback KJ Jefferson is healthy, this one might be another shootout. Kiffin will be looking to silence his critics, who say he might’ve reached his ceiling at Ole Miss with three losses to Alabama in three seasons. I like the Rebels to rebound against a depleted Hogs offense.
Prediction: Ole Miss 38, Arkansas 20
Georgia Tech at No. 13 North Carolina, 5:30 p.m. ET
The more North Carolina keeps winning, the more intriguing the upcoming ACC Championship Game against Clemson looks. UNC improved to 9-1 with a 36-34 win at Wake Forest last week. The Tar Heels will face Georgia Tech, which has lost three of four playing under interim head coach Brent Key.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Drake Maye has been outstanding for the Tar Heels. He’s thrown for 3,412 yards and 34 touchdowns with just three interceptions. He leads the Tar Heels in rushing, too, with 584 yards and five touchdowns. He leads the nation in total offense by 310 yards.
Georgia Tech is 96th nationally in total defense, allowing 404.7 yards per game. Maye and Co. should have a big day.
Prediction: North Carolina 42, Georgia Tech 9
No. 10 Utah at No. 12 Oregon, 10:30 p.m. ET
See No. 10 Utah for prediction.
No. 11 Penn State at Rutgers, 3:30 p.m. ET
Thanks to losses to Michigan and Ohio State, Penn State is out of the Big Ten title race. But at 8-2, it looks like the Nittany Lions will have their best finish since they went 11-2 in 2019. The offense has improved a lot in the running game this season thanks to true freshman Nicholas Singleton. He’s rushed for 801 yards and 10 touchdowns. Last week against Maryland, he broke the program record for rushing scores by a freshman.
The Nittany Lions will take on a Rutgers team that is 4-6 with losses in three straight games to Minnesota, Michigan and Michigan State.
Penn State has won 15 straight over the Scarlet Knights. That number will climb to 16 on Saturday.
Prediction: Penn State 28, Rutgers 3

No. 10 Utah at No. 12 Oregon, 10:30 p.m. ET
This game appeared to have playoff implications before Oregon’s loss to Washington last week. Still, it should be a good matchup even if it doesn’t have national implications.
Utah beat Oregon twice last season, including 38-10 in the Pac-12 title game. But this matchup seems to go toward the home team. In the last three regular-season meetings between these two, the home team has gotten a victory. That’s likely why Oregon is a three-point favorite.
The Ducks offense has had tremendous success under quarterback Bo Nix. It ranks fourth in scoring offense nationally, averaging 42.2 points per game. Nix is in the top 20 in passing nationally, having thrown for 2,774 yards and 24 touchdowns with five interceptions.
Oregon will be facing a tough Utah defense, though. The Utes rank 22nd in total defense, allowing 327.9 yards per game. Utah is also 10th in turnover margin, having picked up 19 takeaways.
This one should be close throughout, and it’ll be interesting to see how Oregon responds after a tough loss.
Prediction: Oregon 38, Utah 35
Miami at No. 9 Clemson, 3:30 p.m. ET
Despite losing 35-14 to Notre Dame two weeks ago, Clemson can still possibly make the playoff come December. The Tigers rebounded well last week, beating Louisville 31-16. If Clemson wins out against Miami and South Carolina, the ACC Championship Game against UNC could be a Top 10 matchup.
Clemson shouldn’t have too much trouble against Miami. The Canes are 5-5 and at risk of missing out on a bowl game for the first time since 2012. (Miami was unable to participate in the Sun Bowl last season because of a COVID-19 outbreak.) Quarterback Tyler Van Dyke has a shoulder injury and missed last week’s game against Georgia Tech. Backup Jacurri Brown threw for 136 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start.
Clemson likely has to keep winning big to make up for its loss to Notre Dame. I think the Tigers will do just that.
Prediction: Clemson 42, Miami 17
Austin Peay at No. 8 Alabama, Noon ET
Alabama did a good job of rebounding from its loss to LSU, beating Ole Miss for the seventh straight time. Brian Branch broke up Jaxson Dart’s touchdown pass attempt in the game’s final minute.
That the Crimson Tide will miss out on the playoff for the first time since 2019 is obviously a big storyline. But as long as Nick Saban is in Tuscaloosa, Alabama will be just fine.
FCS team Austin Peay, which is 7-3, won’t upset the Tide.
Prediction: Alabama 45, Austin Peay 6
No. 7 USC at No. 16 UCLA, 8 p.m. ET
USC looks like the Pac-12’s last hope to get a team into the playoff. If TCU stumbles, or a couple of two-loss conference champions emerge, the Trojans could have a shot. USC is 9-1 and will close its season with two ranked opponents in UCLA and Notre Dame.
Saturday’s game looks like USC’s biggest test yet. The Bruins are 8-2 with losses to Oregon and Arizona. They beat the team that beat USC earlier in the season in Utah. Like USC, UCLA has an offense that scores a lot of points. With quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson and running back Zach Charbonnet, the Bruins average 39.5 points per game, good for 11th in the country.
But the USC offense is even more explosive. The Trojans rank third nationally with 42.4 points per game. Quarterback Caleb Williams has thrown for 3,010 yards and 31 touchdowns with just two interceptions.
It sure looks like this matchup will be a shootout. If that’s the case, USC’s red-zone defense might have the edge. The Trojans allow opponents to score on 76.2 percent of trips, tied for 18th nationally. UCLA, meanwhile, is 121st, allowing scores on 91.9 percent of red-zone possessions.
Prediction: USC 38, UCLA 35
UAB at No. 6 LSU, 9 p.m. ET
LSU clinched the SEC West last weekend with a win over Arkansas and Ole Miss’ loss to Alabama. Still, the Tigers can’t afford to lose another game if they want to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.
The good news is that LSU is facing 5-5 UAB, and the Tigers are 14.5-point favorites. If LSU wants a shot at making the playoff, winning big in its next two games against UAB and Texas A&M will likely be key.
Prediction: LSU 35, UAB 6

No. 5 Tennessee at South Carolina, 7 p.m. ET
TCU’s win over Texas last week hurt Tennessee’s playoff chances.
But the Volunteers appear to be doing everything they can to earn some late-season style points. Tennessee won 66-24 against Missouri on Saturday, and the Vols will likely need blowout wins in their last two games to have a shot at a playoff bid.
That’s the bad news for South Carolina. The Gamecocks defense gave up 38 points to Florida last week, and the unit enters this game tied for 68th in scoring defense. Tennessee has won three straight over the Gamecocks and should have no problems getting to four straight.
Prediction: Tennessee 56, South Carolina 10
No. 4 TCU at Baylor, Noon ET
Less than a week after vaulting into the playoff’s Top Four, TCU did a good job at showing it is for real. The Horned Frogs went on the road and beat a ranked Texas team 17-10. TCU’s best chance at making the playoff is to remain unbeaten through the regular season.
This week, TCU has to go on the road yet again to face a Baylor team that is 6-4. This should be a pretty entertaining matchup, as the Horned Frogs are just 2.5-point favorites. TCU has won the last two over Baylor.
Going on the road back-to-back weeks is tough for any team, but TCU will need to be careful not to let the playoff hype get to it. The Horned Frogs have had close wins in each road game they’ve played this season. Not to mention Baylor, the reigning Big 12 champions, would love to spoil the Horned Frogs’ playoff hopes since the Bears are essentially out of the Big 12 race.
I think TCU can win against a struggling Baylor team on Saturday to reach 11-0.
Prediction: TCU 24, Baylor 13
Illinois at No. 3 Michigan, Noon ET
This game looked a lot more intriguing a couple of weeks ago, before Illinois dropped two straight games to Michigan State and Purdue. The Fighting Illini have an impressive defense, but they’ve allowed 54 points in their last two games.
Unfortunately for Illinois, Michigan’s offense is showing no signs of slowing down. The Wolverines are putting up 41.4 points per game, including an average of 43.4 points when playing at home. Quarterback J.J. McCarthy’s numbers have regressed in recent weeks, but running back Blake Corum has had over 100 yards on the ground in every game since Michigan’s win over Maryland on Sept. 24.
Michigan is an 18-point favorite against Illinois. The Wolverines offense shouldn’t have too many problems against a Fighting Illini defense that has been struggling in recent weeks. If Illinois can win the Big Ten West, we could see this matchup again in the Big Ten Championship.
Prediction: Michigan 38, Illinois 13
No. 2 Ohio State at Maryland, 3:30 p.m. ET
Of course, Michigan will have to get past Ohio State at the end of the season for that to happen. The Buckeyes season has been mostly drama-free because OSU has blown out virtually every opponent it has faced.
The Buckeyes’ narrowest margin of victory is 11 (Week 1 vs. Notre Dame). That’s bad news for a Maryland team that’s given up 53 points over the last two weeks. The Terps lost to Wisconsin 23-10 in Week 10 and then got shut out against Penn State 30-0.
Ohio State has all seven meetings against Maryland, and the Buckeyes should have no problems extending that to eight on Saturday.
Prediction: Ohio State 55, Maryland 13
No. 1 Georgia at Kentucky, 3:30 p.m. ET
This one also looked like it would be a much more intriguing matchup at the beginning of the season. But Kentucky has performed below expectations this season, including losing four of its last six games to fall to 6-4.
Just last week, Kentucky got upset by Vanderbilt 24-21. It was Vanderbilt’s first SEC win since 2019. Quarterback Will Levis, who is expected to go high in next year’s NFL draft, has likely seen his stock fall a bit. This season, he’s thrown for just 2,012 yards and 16 touchdowns with nine interceptions.
Georgia has played well on the road this season, and I don’t think that changes on Saturday.
Prediction: Georgia 38, Kentucky 14

UMass at Texas A&M, Noon ET
Yes, I know Texas A&M is a 33.5-point favorite. But keep an eye on this one, as the Aggies are riding a six-game losing streak, the first for Texas A&M since 1972. Following the Aggies’ 13-10 loss to Auburn last week, Texas A&M officially dropped out of bowl-game contention for the first time since 2008.
The good news for Aggies fans? UMass is not a good team. The Minutemen are 1-9 on the season and haven’t won a game since Week 3 over Stony Brook.
But if this game is even remotely close—or UMass somehow upsets the Aggies—I wouldn’t be surprised if TAMU fires Jimbo Fisher before Sunday morning.
Prediction: Texas A&M 28, UMass 3 (For Fisher’s sake, hopefully this comes true.)
Duke at Pittsburgh, Noon ET
This game doesn’t have ACC title game implications, but it should be a pretty decent matchup. The Blue Devils are on track to have one of their best seasons since 2018, the last time Duke went to a bowl game. Duke improved to 7-3 under first-year head coach Mike Elko by beating Virginia Tech 24-7 last week.
Pitt, meanwhile, rebounded from back-to-back losses to Louisville and North Carolina by winning two straight over Syracuse and Virginia in the last two weeks.
Pitt (6-4) is a 7.5-point favorite in this one, but this game might come down to which defense has more takeaways. The Blue Devils rank second nationally in turnover margin at plus-14. Pitt, meanwhile, had two pick-sixes in 16 seconds against Virginia in the Cavs’ first two plays from scrimmage. Duke quarterback Riley Leonard has done a good job at taking care of the football, having thrown just five interceptions all season. I like the Blue Devils in this one.
Prediction: Duke 28, Pittsburgh 27
Iowa at Minnesota, 4 p.m. ET
Believe it or not, this game has major Big Ten West implications. Thanks to Illinois’ losses in back-to-back weeks, the winner of this game could make the Big Ten Championship Game if it also wins its final regular-season game (though Iowa has a better chance because of its head-to-head win over Purdue).
Both teams are riding three-game winning streaks. The Golden Gophers have beaten Rutgers, Nebraska and Northwestern over the last few weeks. Meanwhile, Iowa has gone 3-0 against Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin.
The key for Iowa’s turnaround has been the turnaround on offense. In Iowa’s four losses, the Hawkeyes have averaged 9.3 points. Iowa has scored 81 points over the last three weeks.
Prediction: Iowa 21, Minnesota 17
Syracuse at Wake Forest, 8 p.m. ET
Both of these teams are out of the ACC Atlantic race, but this one looks like it’ll be an entertaining matchup. Wake Forest’s offense averages 36.6 points per game. Syracuse’s defense, meanwhile, is a top-20 unit in total defense.
Both teams are looking to get out of losing streaks. The Orange have lost four straight to Clemson, Notre Dame, Pitt and Florida State. Wake has lost its last three games to Louisville, NC State and North Carolina. Against Louisville, Wake Forest turned the ball over a whopping eight times. Since that game, the Demon Deacons have had four turnovers.
That’s good news for Syracuse, which has forced 17 turnovers on the season. I think that gives the Orange a big edge in this one.
Prediction: Syracuse 24, Wake Forest 17

Wednesday, Nov. 16
Easterrn Michigan at Kent State, 6 p.m. ET: Kent State 33, Eastern Michigan 17
Miami (OH) at Northern Illinois, 7 p.m. ET: NIU 20, Miami (OH) 17
Western Michigan at Central Michigan, 8 p.m. ET: CMU 28, WMU 17
Friday, Nov. 18
South Florida at Tulsa, 9 p.m. ET: Tulsa 35, USF 10
San Diego State at New Mexico, 9:45 p.m. ET: SDSU 33, New Mexico 14
Saturday, Nov. 19
Florida at Vanderbilt, Noon ET: Florida 38, Vanderbilt 14
East Tennessee State at Mississippi State, Noon ET: Mississippi State 28, East Tennessee State 3
UConn at Army, Noon ET: UConn 20, Army 17
Virginia Tech at Liberty, Noon ET: Liberty 28, VT 10
Wisconsin at Nebraska, Noon ET: Wisconsin 24, Nebraska 6
Northwestern at Purdue, Noon ET: Purdue 27, Northwestern 13
Indiana at Michigan State, Noon ET: Michigan State 35, Indiana 10
UTSA at Rice, 1 p.m. ET: UTSA 42, Rice 7
Washington State at Arizona, 2 p.m. ET: Washington State 30, Arizona 21
Houston at East Carolina, 2 p.m. ET: Houston 45, ECU 30
North Alabama at Memphis, 2 p.m. ET: Memphis 38, North Alabama 3
Georgia State at James Madison, 2 p.m. ET: JMU 35, Georgia State 17
Old Dominion at App State, 2:30 p.m. ET: App State 28, ODU 6
Texas at Kansas, 3:30 p.m. ET: Texas 24, Kansas 17
NC State at Louisville, 3:30 p.m. ET: Louisville 28, NC State 17
Akron at Buffalo, 3:30 p.m. ET: Buffalo 20, Akron 10
Utah Tech at BYU, 3:30 p.m.: BYU 38, Utah Tech 3
South Alabama at Southern Miss, 3:30 p.m. ET: South Alabama 35, Southern Miss 13
UL Monroe at Troy, 3:30 p.m. ET: Troy 17, UL Monroe 14
Louisiana Tech at Charlotte, 3:30 p.m. ET: Charlotte 20, Louisiana Tech 10
Florida Atlantic at Middle Tennessee, 3:30 p.m. ET: FAU 24, Middle Tennessee 17
Florida International at UTEP, 4 p.m. ET: UTEP 28, FIU 10
Western Kentucky at Auburn, 4 p.m. ET: Auburn 24, WKU 10
Arkansas State at Texas State, 5 p.m. ET: Texas State 10, Arkansas State 7
Stanford at Cal, 5:30 p.m. ET: Cal 28, Stanford 17
Marshall at Georgia Southern, 6 p.m. ET: Georgia Southern 35, Marshall 10
Texas Tech at Iowa State, 7 p.m. ET: Texas Tech 24, Iowa State 17
Boise State at Wyoming, 7 p.m. ET: Boise State 41, Wyoming 7
New Mexico State at Missouri, 7:30 p.m. ET: Missouri 35, NMSU 10
Colorado State at Air Force, 9 p.m. ET: Air Force 42, Colorado 3
San José State at Utah State, 9:45 p.m. ET: San José State 28, Utah State 27
Fresno State at Nevada, 10:30 p.m. ET: Fresno State 45, Nevada 14
UNLV at Hawai’i, 11 p.m. ET: UNLV 20, Hawai’i 14




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