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Ohio State quarterback Kyle McCord plays Michigan State on November 20 in Columbus, Ohio.

(Jay LaPrete / Associated Press)

No. 2 Ohio State at No. 5 Michigan, 9 a.m., Fox

Michigan hasn’t won “The Game” since 2011. With Ohio State soaring last month, Wolverine’s win will shock the world.

No. 1 Georgia at Georgia Tech, 9 a.m., ABC

The Yellow Jackets will be destroyed, but there’s still one more chance to see Georgia before her fight in Alabama.

Texas Tech at No. 8 Baylor, 9am, FS1

The Bears need an Oklahoma win and a loss to play Oklahoma State for the Top 12 crown next week.

No. 3 Alabama at Auburn, 12:30, CBS

Alabama linebackers Henry To'oTo'o and Christian Harris high-fived after a stop in Arkansas.

Alabama linebackers Henry To’oTo’o (10) and Christian Harris (8) high-five after a stop in Arkansas on Nov. 20 in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

(Vasha Hunt / Associated Press)

The Tigers don’t seem ready for Bama, but they’ve done some crazy Iron Bowl distractions before.

Penn State at No. 12 Michigan State, 12:30, ABC

James Franklin and Mel Tucker seem to be staying. If Penn State falls to 7-5, the fans may not get too excited.

State of Oregon at No. 11 Oregon, 12:30, ESPN

The Ducks could have won the Pac-12 North with a Civil War victory. The State of Oregon needs a win and a loss for the State of Washington.

No. 10 Oklahoma at No. 7 Oklahoma State, 4:30pm, ABC

Spencer Sanders of Oklahoma State dropped back to pass the ball.

Spencer Sanders of Oklahoma State drops back to pass the ball during the first half against Texas Tech on November 20 in Lubbock, Texas.

(Brad Tollefson / Associated Press)

If the Cowboys win “Bedlam” and the Dec. 4 Top 12 title, they’ll have an argument for the final playoff spot.

No. 6 Notre Dame at Stanford, 5 p.m., Fox

The Fighting Irish must beat the struggling Cardinal and stay alive for an unlikely playoff spot.

Brigham Young No. 13 at USC, 7:30 PM, ESPN

USC tailback Vavae Malepeai scored past UCLA defender Quentin Lake and defender Jelani Warren.

USC defender Vavae Malepeai scores past UCLA defender Quentin Lake and defender Jelani Warren, right, in the first quarter at the Coliseum on November 20.

(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

Can BYU go 5-0 against Pac-12 this year and confirm USC not go bowling? Possible.

California at UCLA, 7:30 PM, FS1

Chip Kellythe hot seat had cooled off a bit in the last two weeks, but losing Cal could warm it back up.



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