Clear your schedule for these super Saturdays:
Sept. 8 - Oregon at Michigan; Notre Dame at Penn State; South Florida at Auburn; South Carolina at Georgia; Virginia Tech at LSU; Miami at Oklahoma; Nebraska at Wake Forest; TCU at Texas; Boise State at Washington; Southern Miss at Tennessee; North Carolina State at Boston College.
Warm up on Sept. 6 with a quirky nonconference matchup between Oregon State and Cincinnati.
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M; Virginia Tech at Clemson; Florida at LSU; Georgia at Tennessee; Notre Dame at UCLA; Iowa at Penn State.
To get ready, try Utah at Louisville on Oct. 5.
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Nov. 10 - Arkansas at Tennessee; USC at California; Wisconsin at Michigan; Texas Tech at Texas; Virginia at Miami; Florida at South Carolina; Auburn at Georgia; Air Force at Notre Dame.
The weekend begins Nov. 8, with Louisville at West Virginia and TCU at BYU.

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