The best college football games to watch this weekend: Rivalry Edition

Ohio State quarterback Kyle McCord will play against Michigan State on November 20 in Columbus, Ohio.

(Jay LaPrète / Associated Press)

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

Michigan hasn’t won “The Game” since 2011. With the rise of Ohio state last month, a Wolverine victory would shock the world.

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

The Yellow Jackets are going to be crushed, but it’s still a chance to see Georgia before their clash in Alabama.

Texas Tech at No.8 Baylor, 9:00 a.m., FS1

The Bears need a win and a loss in Oklahoma to face Oklahoma State for the Big 12 crown next week.

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

Alabama linebackers Henry To'oTo'o and Christian Harris score a high-five after an Arkansas save.

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

(Vasha Hunt / Associated Press)

The Tigers don’t seem ready for Bama, but they’ve pulled off some crazy upsets in Iron Bowl before.

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

James Franklin and Mel Tucker appear to be staying. If Penn State drops to 7-5, their fans might not be too excited about it.

Oregon State at No.11 Oregon, 12:30 p.m. ESPN

The Ducks can win the Pac-12 North with a Civil War victory. The state of Oregon needs a victory and a defeat in the state of Washington.

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

Oklahoma State's Spencer Sanders steps back to pass the ball.

Oklahoma State’s Spencer Sanders steps 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 Big 12 title on Dec. 4, they will have an argument for the final playoff spot.

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

The Fighting Irish are expected to punch the struggling Cardinal and stay alive for an unlikely playoff spot.

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

USC running back Vavae Malepeai scores ahead of UCLA defensive back Quentin Lake and defensive back Jelani Warren.

USC running back Vavae Malepeai scores ahead of UCLA defensive back Quentin Lake and defensive back 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 the Pac-12 this year and make sure USC doesn’t go bowling? Probably.

California at UCLA, 7:30 p.m., FS1

Chip Kelly’s hot seat has cooled a bit over the past two weeks, but a loss to Cal could heat it up right away.


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