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We have another week of awesome football coming up. Though it would be too much to expect the epic craziness of last weekend to continue, there are still numerous games of great consequence this weekend. So clear your schedule, grab a beverage (or 12), and settle in for the kind of fantastic weekend that only mid-October can bring us.
With that said, here are the games you should be circling on your schedule:
I bet the folks at ESPN were way more excited about this game prior to the events of last weekend. Now its just the best option off a really weak Thursday night slate.
This game reminds us that the national relevance of the Pac-12 may be getting a little tenuous when it comes to the playoffs. That being said, I suppose with Washington State involved, there is always the possibility of another game with a 130-140 point total.
I think this is the obvious choice for the time slot, although I'm admittedly a little biased. I'm already having nightmares about the Georgia secondary getting totally destroyed by the Tigers. At least its an early game so I can be put out of my misery without having to wait all day for it.
I suppose you might be convinced to occasionally switch away from the Georgia game and, if that's the case, this is probably the game you'll switch to. Oklahoma is angry and Texas is clearly still not ready for primetime. Oklahoma is gonna beat the fool out of the Longhorns. Its Big Game Bob time!!!
I want the Bizarro Bulldogs to win. I will be rooting for the Bizarro Bulldogs to win. Do I think the Bizarro Bulldogs will win? Not so much. I hate Auburn.
#3 Ole Mi$$ Rebels @ #14 Texas A&M Aggies (9:00, ESPN)
Ole Miss continues on the murderer's row that is the SEC West schedule. I'm gonna laugh so hard if a 1 loss team from the East wins the SECCG and gets into the playoff over a 1 loss team from the West that missed the Championship Game due to a tiebreaker. Seriously. Like on-the-floor laughing until I cry.
I present to you two traditional SEC powers, locked in epic battle, trying desperately to claw their way out of total irrelevance. I think the Tigers are the victors here if for no other reason than because Florida's semi-promising QB, Treon Harris, doesn't seem to get that no means no.
Well I guess we'll find out if Arizona's win over the Oregon Ducks was a fluke pretty quickly. My guess is it was. But there are worse things than watching football at midnight in order to find out.
That's all for this week folks. Until next time...