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College Football 2013 Week 7: Cheerleader Edition


One of the three biggest games in the college football season is popping off this weekend down in Dallas, TX: The Red River Rivalry (between Texas and Oklahoma). Technically it’s supposed to be a “neutral site” but we all know better than that. A University of Texas game hosted in Dallas is about as “neutral” as Alexian Lien’s┬áSUV when he ran over two bikers. That should work well in Mack Brown’s favor if he’s trying to keep his job.

But I digress.

This week’s other games aren’t as highly anticipated but they’re certainly going to be enjoyable to watch. Highlights include the Florida @ LSU game, Oregon @ Washington, Michigan @ Penn State, and Missouri @ Georgia. Watch out for Utah to upset Stanford.


Rutgers at (8) Louisville

(7:30 PM EST | ESPN)

Arizona at USC

(10:30 PM EST | FOX Sports 1)


(25) Missouri at (7) Georgia

(12:00 PM EST | ESPN)

(12) Oklahoma vs Texas

(12:00 PM EST | ABC | Dallas)

Iowa State at (20) Texas Tech

(12:00 PM EST | FOX Sports 1)

Pittsburgh at (24) Virginia Tech

(12:00 PM EST | ESPN U)

(14) South Carolina at Arkansas

(12:21 PM EST)

Boston College at (3) Clemson

(3:30 PM EST | ABC/ESPN 2)

(17) Florida at (10) LSU

(3:30 PM EST | CBS)

(15) Baylor at Kansas State

(3:30 PM EST | FOX)

(19) Northwestern at Wisconsin

(3:30 PM EST | ABC/ESPN 2)

(2) Oregon at (16) Washington

(4:00 PM EST | FOX Sports 1)

(18) Michigan at Penn State

(5:00 PM EST | ESPN)

Akron at (23) Northern Illinois

(5:00 PM EST)

(5) Stanford at Utah

(6:00 PM EST | Pac-12 Network)

(1) Alabama at Kentucky

(7:00 PM EST | ESPN 2)

(9) Texas A&M at Ole Miss

(8:30 PM EST | ESPN)

California at (11) UCLA

(10:30 PM EST | ESPN 2)

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