Since there isn't a clear-cut "must see" game here, I'll single out a few notables from each time block (all times Eastern).
The Early Games
12:00 PM---Toledo at Pittsburgh
I guess? Pittsburgh wants revenge.
12:30 PM---Colorado at Missouri
Missouri finally faces an opponent with a semblance of an offense to fight back against them. Colorado suddenly looks alive, but was it just a one-game deal? Showtime.
The Early Afternoon Swing
2:30 PM---Purdue at Notre Dame
Notre Dame's wild ride through the start of the 2006 season continues, this time against 4-0 Purdue. Crazy DidYouKnow about Purdue: they own a seven game win streak. Yeah I had no idea.
3:00 PM---Boise State at Utah
A rare quality game out West that doesn't involve a Pac-10 team. Savor it.
3:30 PM---Alabama at Florida
3:30 PM---Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech
I hold no illusions that this will be an interesting game. However, it's an opportunity to sort out the ACC mess and figure out whether either of these teams can distinguish themselves from the crap football the rest of their league has played.
3:30 PM---Texas Tech at Texas A&M
Dennis Franchione badly needs this week as the mob readies the torches and rope for any suspicious losses.
The Evening Shift
6:00 PM---Houston at Miami
This is a pride game for the Hurricanes so they'll probably romp, but the Coker Must Go crowd badly wants a loss or bad appearance here.
7:00 PM---USC at Washington State
Trap game? Pullman is not a friendly place and the Cougar faithful think they've got a pretty good team.
7:00 PM---Troy at UAB
This game isn't all that compelling, but we get to see world-beaters play down a level to more realistic competition after nearly knocking off shaky elites like Florida State and Oklahoma.
8:00 PM---Ohio State at Iowa
This is just the second-ever night game at Kinnick Stadium, and GameDay's showing up to join the party. Personally I expect a Buckeye romp, but we'll see whether the Hawkeyes can make this thing interesting.
The Late Night Shift
9:00 PM---New Mexico at UTEP
This may be one hell of a shootout if the conditions are right.
10:00 PM---Washington at Arizona
Every game this season is another proving ground for the Huskies, who knocked off UCLA last weekend. I tend to think they're finally good again. Not Pac-10 contenders obviously, but it's good to see them back if true. Arizona thinks they're pretty good too, so this game should be well played.
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