Saturday, Oct. 18
No. 1 Texas (6-0) vs. No. 11 Missouri (5-1), 8 p.m. (ABC)
Line: Texas by 5 1/2.
Series Record: Texas leads 15-5.
Last meeting: 2005, Texas 51-20.
What's at Stake
In what could be a preview of the Big 12 title game, Texas is trying to hold on to its first regular-season No. 1 ranking since 1984. The Tigers are trying to stay in the national title hunt and get quarterback Chase Daniel back in the running for the Heisman Trophy after he threw three interceptions in a loss to Oklahoma State.
Key Matchup
Texas LB Roddrick Muckelroy vs. Missouri RB Derrick Washington. Muckelroy leads the Longhorns with 56 tackles and will need to have a big game tracking down Washington, who leads the nation with 13 touchdowns. Washington had just eight carries last week but Missouri but will likely want to control the clock on Texas' home field.
Players to Watch
and Blake Gideon. The freshmen face another huge test in trying to keep up with Missouri receiver Jeremy Maclin and the rest of the Tigers' passing attack. Texas gave up five passing TDs against Oklahoma.
Missouri: Tight end Chase Coffman. Texas struggled to cover Oklahoma tight ends last week and Coffman is the kind of big, fast athlete who can wreck a defense with short and medium routes in the middle of the field.
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Missouri's only two wins in Austin came in 1894 and 1896. Missouri's only win against Texas in the Big 12 came in 1997 ... Even if Missouri scores early, no lead is safe against Texas. The Longhorns have nine second-half comeback wins since 2006 ... Tigers have 28 players from the state of Texas ... Missouri is 0-10 against No. 1 teams.
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No. 2 Alabama (6-0) vs. Mississippi (3-3), 3:30 p.m. (CBS)
Line: Alabama by 13.
Series Record: Alabama leads 44-9-2.
Last Meeting: 2007, Alabama 27-24.
What's at Stake
No. 2 Alabama is trying to avoid becoming the latest casualty in the national title chase. Mississippi could get another big win in Houston Nutt's debut season after beating No. 5 Florida at The Swamp earlier. The Crimson Tide is the last SEC team without a league loss.
Key Matchup
gue's worst pass defense. Wilson struggled in his last game against Kentucky and hasn't had to put up big numbers to win, but this might be his opportunity. Ole Miss is allowing 228.8 passing yards per game and a 65.5 percent completion rate.
Players to watch
Alabama: Freshman WR Julio Jones, who has nearly twice as many yards receiving of any of his teammates, and has caught four of Wilson's six touchdown passes.
Mississippi: WR Dexter McCluster leads the SEC in total yards receiving and has also led the team in rushing the past two games, lining up under center in the ``Wild Rebel'' formation.
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Alabama has won 22 of 23 meetings in Tuscaloosa. ... Ole Miss is 11-13 against teams ranked in the top five, snapping a 15-game skid with the win at Florida earlier this season. ... The Tide has outscored opponents 88-0 in the first quarter and 147-20 before halftime. ... Alabama is allowing 50.8 yards rushing per game, second-best nationally.
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Michigan (2-4) at No. 3 Penn State (7-0), 4:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Line: Penn State by 23 1/2.
Series Record: Michigan leads 10-3.
Last Meeting: 2007, Michigan 14-9.
What's at Stake
k is in serious jeopardy. Speaking of streaks, unbeaten Penn State wants to stay in the national title hunt and end a frustrating nine-game losing skid to the Wolverines.
Key Matchup
Michigan defensive line vs. Penn St. offensive line. Wolverines linemen Terrance Taylor and Tim Jamison should be rejoined by end Brandon Graham (five sacks), who sat out last week's humbling loss to Toledo with a leg injury. The Lions' athletic O-line is probably the league's best, especially when pulling in the open.
Players to watch
Michigan: QBs Steven Threet and Nick Sheridan. Threet has an elbow injury and was listed as questionable earlier this week by coach Rich Rodriguez. Both quarterbacks have struggled, and Michigan's new spread offense has sputtered.
Penn State: WRs Deon Butler, Jordan Norwood and Derrick Williams. Toledo's Nick Moore caught 20 passes for 162 yards against Michigan last week. While the Wolverines' secondary may have learned its lesson, Penn State's veteran receivers present an even greater challenge.
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No. 16 Kansas (5-1) at No. 4 Oklahoma (5-1), 3:30 p.m. (ABC)
Line: Oklahoma by 20.
Series Record: Oklahoma leads 66-27-6.
Last Meeting: 2005, Oklahoma 19-3.
What's at Stake
Coming off their loss to Texas, the Sooners try to stay alive in the Big 12 and national championship races and keep Kansas from only its second 3-0 start.
Key Matchup
Texas' Colt McCoy showed last week how a mobile quarterback can cause havoc for Oklahoma's front seven. If Todd Reesing can follow that blueprint, the Jayhawks might be in for a big day too.
Players to watch
Kansas: RB Jake Sharp ran for a season-high 118 yards and three TDs last week against Colorado as the Jayhawks showed signs of overcoming their run-game struggles.
Oklahoma: LB Austin Box most likely will figure into the mix as the Sooners try to replace injured MLB Ryan Reynolds. Box is expected to get his first career start either in the middle or OLB Travis Lewis could slide over to leave a spot for Box on the outside. Brandon Crow could also get a second chance after replacing Reynolds last week.
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t has allowed two touchdowns. ... Sooners WR Manuel Johnson has seven touchdowns in the last three games. ... Twelve Jayhawks are from Oklahoma, including CB Chris Harris, LB James Holt and DE Jake Laptad. ... Kansas coach Mark Mangino was a former offensive coordinator at Oklahoma for Bob Stoops, and the two were also together at Kansas State.
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No. 6 Southern California (4-1) at Washington State (1-6), 3:30 p.m. (FSN)
Line: USC by 42 1/2.
Series Record: USC leads 55-8-4.
Last Meeting: 2007, USC won 47-14.
What's at Stake
USC seeks to maintain its chances of winning the Pac-10 and playing for a national title, and to avoid the letdowns that led to losses while a huge favorite against Stanford last year and at Oregon State this year. Washington State is looking for its first league win, but realistically the Cougars would be satisfied to keep it close into the second half and avoid any more major injuries. They have not been competitive against any major college opponent this season.
Key Matchup
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Washington State quarterback Kevin Lopina is making his first start since he fractured a bone in his back. He's protected by a line that has given up a league-worst 24 sacks and his rushing attack ranks near the bottom in the nation.
Players to Watch
Southern Cal: QB Mark Sanchez is among the nation's leaders in passing efficiency and total offense, although he has been prone to mistakes recently.
WSU: LB Louis Bland is an emerging star. Reid Forrest is likely to need ice on his worn out punting leg by Saturday night.
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WSU's 280-game scoring streak, dating to 1984 and second-longest in the nation, is in real jeopardy ... The Cougars have given up 66, 63, 28 and 66 points in four Pac-10 games ... Southern Cal owns an 11-4-2 advantage over the Cougars in remote Pullman - though the Trojans had to knock down a desperation pass near the goal line on the final play to ensure a win in their last game there in 2006. ... Los Angeles SWAT officer Randall Simmons, a former WSU football star who was killed in the line of duty in February, will be honored at halftime ... USC committed five turnovers and 10 penalties against Arizona State last weekend but still won 28-0.
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M (2-4), noon (FSN)
as Tech by 20 1/2.
M leads 34-31-1.
Last Meeting: 2007, Texas Tech 35-7.
What's at Stake
M is just looking for respectability, after giving up 100 points in its first two Big 12 games.
Key Matchup
M has given up nine pass plays of 20 yards or more in the last two games.
Players to watch
Texas Tech: QB Graham Harrell and WR Michael Crabtree. Harrell ranks eighth nationally in pass efficiency and Crabtree ranks fourth nationally in receiving yards per game (108.83).
He also accounted for 487 yards of total offense, another school record.
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M's quarterbacks - Johnson and Stephen McGee - have completed 63.6 percent of their passes. ... Texas Tech has three of the top 20 total offense games in the nation this season.
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Baylor (3-3) at No. 8 Oklahoma State (6-0), 3 p.m.
Line: Oklahoma State by 16 1/2.
Series Record: Oklahoma State leads 14-12.
Last Meeting: 2007, Oklahoma State 45-14.
What's at Stake
Oklahoma State, already with its highest ranking since 1985, can secure only the second 7-0 start in school history while Baylor can snap a seven-game road losing streak against Big 12 foes.
Key Matchup
Baylor S Jordan Lake vs. Oklahoma State RB Kendall Hunter. Cowboys coach Mike Gundy still remembers the memorable hit Lake put on QB Zac Robinson last season, but he also saw Lake make four open-field tackles against star RB Dantrell Savage. Hunter, Savage's replacement, ranks third in the nation with 143.7 yards rushing per game.
Players to watch
s of 34 and 51 yards in his best game yet last week against Iowa State.
Oklahoma State: WR Damian Davis had a career-high 76 yards on three catches and scored his first two career touchdowns last week against Missouri and appears to be developing as a viable threat in the passing game.
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The Cowboys have 11 takeaways in the last three games, while Baylor is turnover-free in its last four games. ... Griffin, a speedster who competed in the Olympic track trials, set a school record last week for completion percentage after going 21-for-24 - 87.5 percent. ... Oklahoma State, which finished last season with an Insight Bowl victory, has had only two win streaks of eight games or longer - in 1933-34 and from 1944-46.
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No. 22 Vanderbilt (5-1) at No. 10 Georgia (5-1), 12:30 p.m. (Raycom)
Line: Georgia by 14 1/2.
Series Record: Georgia leads 48-18-2.
Last meeting: 2007, Georgia 20-17.
What's at Stake
the next three games against Top 25 teams.
Key Matchup
Vandy quarterback Mackenzi Adams vs. Georgia's defense. The Commodores are switching up QBs this week, going with Adams over Chris Nickson in hopes of wringing more production out of a weak offense. Nickson is the better runner, but coach Bobby Johnson knows his team needs more production through the air - especially this week. Vandy, which ranks 116th out of 119 Bowl Subdivision schools in passing yards, is facing a team that's next-to-last in the SEC in passing yards allowed.
Players to Watch
Vanderbilt: Kicker Bryant Hahnfeldt has missed only one field goal in eight attempts. He had the winning kick in an upset of Georgia two years ago, and the Commodores hope it comes down to the senior again.
Georgia: Running back Knowshon Moreno has yet to have a real breakout game, but this is the point in the season where he really took off a year ago, stringing together five straight 100-yard performances. The sophomore is due for a big game, and only two teams in the SEC have allowed more yards rushing than the Commodores.
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r the bottom in several SEC stats, but makes up for it with a plus-seven turnover margin and the fewest penalty yards. ... Then there's Georgia, the country's most penalized team with an average of nearly 11 flags for 85.5 yards per game.
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No. 12 Ohio State (6-1) at No. 20 Michigan State (6-1), 3:30 p.m. (ABC)
Line: Ohio State by 3.
Series Record: Ohio State leads 26-12.
Last Meeting: 2007, Ohio State 24-17.
What's at Stake
The winner keeps at least a share of the Big Ten lead at the conference season's halfway point. The Buckeyes and Spartans are tied atop the standings with Penn State at 3-0.
Key Matchup
Michigan State RB Javon Ringer versus the Ohio State defense and Buckeyes RB Chris ``Beanie'' Wells against the Spartans defense. Whichever one gets the most done may put his team in position to win.
Players to watch
Ohio State: QB Terrelle Pryor's athletic ability gives the Buckeyes a chance for big plays against a Spartans defense that occasionally gives them up, but he must limit turnovers to keep his team out of trouble. LB James Laurinaitis leads the Buckeyes with 67 tackles. DE Rob Rose will have to pick up the slack for injured DE Lawrence Wilson. Ray Small ranks as the Big Ten's top punt returner.
p if the Buckeyes are successful in stopping Ringer. WR Mark Dell, if healthy, could be a key target. LB Greg Jones and S Otis Wiley key an aggressive Spartans defense. K Brett Swenson has made a school record 15 consecutive field goals after missing his first attempt of the season.
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Ringer leads the nation with 247 carries and 1,112 rushing yards and is second at 158.9 rushing yards per game. ... The Spartans have won six straight games in the same season for the first time since 1999. ... Ohio State has won six straight in the series and 11 of the last 13 meetings, with Michigan State's last victory coming in 1999. ... The Buckeyes rank 10th in the conference in total offense at 321 yards per game. ... Both Michigan State and Ohio State feed off turnovers, ranking among the top 20 nationally in turnover margin. ... The Spartans have 24 players from Ohio. ... Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio was defensive coordinator of Ohio State's 2002 national championship team.
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No. 13 LSU (4-1) at South Carolina (5-2), 8 p.m. (ESPN)
Line: LSU by 3 1/2.
Series Record: LSU leads 15-2-1.
Last Meeting: 2007, LSU 28-16.
What's at Stake
SEC East race.
Key Matchup
South Carolina QB Stephen Garcia against the LSU defense. Coach Steve Spurrier has given the freshman his first career start against a Tigers defense that is ninth in the SEC, allowing 304 yards a game. They gave up 51 points last week against Florida, the most points scored on LSU since Spurrier's Gators beat the Tigers 56-13 in 1996.
Players to watch
LSU: Freshman QB Jarrett Lee makes only his second SEC road start. TB Charles Scott ran for just 35 yards against Florida after topping 100 yards in each of his first four games in 2008. DE Tyson Jackson anchors a defensive front that allowed 265 yards rushing against the Gators.
South Carolina: WR Kenny McKinley needs to give Garcia a target downfield. CB Captain Munnerlyn was a special teams star against the Wildcats, returning a blocked field goal for a touchdown and setting up another TD with an 84-yard kickoff return. PK Ryan Succop is just 12-of-19 on field goals this season, missing four last week at Kentucky. He missed eight field goals total in 2006 and 2007.
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ur SEC games this year has been decided by a touchdown. ... A win by the Gamecocks would ensure them of their fifth straight non-losing season, the longest streak since South Carolina had seven seasons at .500 or better from 1928-34. ... LSU has won 13 games in a row televised on ESPN.
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Colorado State (3-3) at No. 14 Utah (7-0), 2 p.m. (The Mtn.)
Line: Utah by 21 1/2.
Series Record: Utah leads 52-22-2.
Last Meeting: 2007, Utah 27-3.
What's at Stake
Utah's unbeaten start, No. 14 ranking and chances at making the BCS. The Rams could ruin it all for the Utes with an upset.
Key Matchup
Utah only gained 242 yards in a 40-7 win over Wyoming, but the Utes' season average is still 387. The Rams have been allowing 360 yards.
Players to watch
Colorado State: RB Gartrell Johnson, who has run for six of the Rams' eight rushing touchdowns.
Utah: P-K Louie Sakoda leads the Utes in scoring with 73 points and is 15-for-17 on field goal attempts, missing only from 48 and 54 yards. He also averages 43.4 yards as Utah's punter.
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Colorado in 2002. ... Colorado State is 1-1 in the Mountain West Conference under new coach Steve Fairchild. ... The Rams 1-7 in league road games over the last two years.
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No. 17 Virginia Tech (5-1) at Boston College (4-1), 8 p.m. (ESPN2)
Line: Boston College by 3.
Series Record: Virginia Tech leads 10-5.
Last Meeting: 2007, Virginia Tech 30-16.
What's at Stake
Virginia Tech, 2-0 in the ACC needs a win to remain undefeated in the league. Wake Forest (2-0) is the conference's only other unbeaten team in the conference. BC goes for its fourth straight win in hopes of cracking the Top 25 for the first time this season.
Key Matchup
BC's fifth-ranked defense against Virginia Tech's mediocre 107th ranked offense. The Eagles have allowed just 253.4 yards per game, but the Hokies are the best overall team they've faced all year. Virginia Tech is averaging only 292.6 yards per game. The Eagles have averaged more than 80 yards more per game, 379.4, and are ranked 50th in the nation.
Players to watch
Virginia Tech: Senior DL Orion Martin leads the Hokies with four sacks and eight tackles for losses. He has one sack in each of the last three games.
e Atlanta Falcons. Crane has thrown just four touchdown passes in five games. He's run for seven scores, including three in a 38-31 win at North Carolina State in his last game. The last one came with 22.8 seconds left and broke a 31-31 tie.
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The Hokies will be without starting tailback, Kenny Lewis Jr., who was lost for the season when he ruptured his Achilles' tendon in Virginia Tech's last game, a 27-13 win over Western Kentucky. ... BC has outscored its last three opponents 114-38. ... Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer turns 62 Saturday and will coach on his birthday for the first time. ... Both teams were off last week. ... The previous meeting was in the ACC title game.
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No. 18 North Carolina (5-1) at Virginia (3-3), 3:30 p.m. (ABC/ESPN2)
Line: North Carolina by 4 1/2.
Series Record: North Carolina leads 56-52-4.
Last meeting: 2007, Virginia 22-20.
What's at Stake
The Tar Heels have won three in a row and Virginia has rebounded from a horrible start with two impressive victories. Both need to keep winning to keep alive their chances of winning the ACC's Coastal Division title and spot in the league title game.
Key Matchup
ame in one game. North Carolina has 14 interceptions, including three for touchdowns, and leads the nation in turnover margin at plus-1.83.
Players to Watch
North Carolina: Hakeem Nicks. The loss of always dangerous WR-KR Brandon Tate to injury will allow teams to key more on Nicks, who already leads the team with 33 receptions and has scored four touchdowns. Hicks also is UNC's second leading kickoff return man.
Virginia: Cedric Peerman. The tailback is finally healthy after a slow start to the season, and the Cavaliers are following his bruising lead. Peerman has run for 283 yards and three TDS in his last two games, both by running around, and over, would-be tacklers.
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North Carolina hasn't won in Charlottesville since 1981, a span of 13 games, and has lost eight of the last 10 games in the series, the oldest rivalry in the ACC. ... Tar Heels FS Trimane Goddard's four interceptions are tied for the national lead. ... Verica has completed 25 passes in each of the last two games and is 50-for-66 over that span, a 75.8 percent completion rate. ... Cavaliers LB Clint Sintim ranks fifth in the country with seven sacks, and he has six in his last three games.
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Syracuse (1-5) at No. 19 South Florida (5-1), noon
Line: South Florida by 24.
da leads 3-0.
Last Meeting: 2007, South Florida 41-10.
What's At Stake
South Florida is looking to rebound from its first loss of the season, a 26-21 setback to Pittsburgh that not only dropped the Bulls out of the Top 10, but also dealt a blow to their bid to win the Big East for the first time. Syracuse is 0-2 in the conference, and an upset easily would be the Orange's most significant accomplishment in four seasons under coach Greg Robinson.
Key Matchup
To have a chance, Syracuse must find a way to contain dual-threat quarterback Matt Grothe, who has thrown for 1,304 yards and nine touchdowns and leads the Bulls in rushing. That's a lot easier said than done because Grothe has four capable running backs and a trio of talented receivers to help carry the load.
Players to Watch
Syracuse: QB Cameron Dantley has completed 57.9 percent of his passes for 753 yards and seven touchdowns, but running back Curtis Brinkley (112 carries, 621 yards, 5.4 yards per attempt) has been the team's most effective offensive player. Brinkley had 144 yards on 28 carries in last week's loss to West Virginia. He has four 100-yard games. Connecticut's Donald Brown (six) is the only other Big East back who has more 100-yard days this year.
interceptions through six games. RB Mike Ford appears to be healthy after being slowed most of the season by a high ankle sprain. He rushed for 134 yards against Syracuse in 2007 and is coming off gaining a season-best 73 yards in USF's loss to Pitt two weeks ago. WRs Jessie Hester (25 receptions, 259 yards, three TDs), Taurus Johnson (19, 263 yards, two TDs) and A.J. Love (18, 273 yards, one TD) have been Grothe's favorite targets.
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Syracuse is 8-33 in four seasons under Robinson, including 2-21 in the Big East. ... Of the 58 players who have played for the Orange this season, 35 have less than two years of college experience. ... Ford has scored 18 TDs in 17 career games for USF. ... The Bulls won the previous three games in the series by an average of 25 points. ... USF's defense has held opponents to 3-and-outs on 36 of 78 drives.
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No. 21 Wake Forest (4-1) at Maryland (4-2), noon
Line: Wake Forest by 2.
Series Record: Maryland 40-15-1.
Last Meeting: 2007, Wake Forest 31-24
What's at Stake
First place in the Atlantic Coast Conference's Atlantic Division. Wake Forest leads at 2-0, but Maryland could gain a share at the top with a win.
Key Matchup
Maryland tailback Da'Rel Scott leads the ACC with 96.4 rushing yards per game. If Wake can stop the run, they will force erratic Terps QB Chris Turner to throw.
Players to watch
why the Demon Deacons own the top passing offense in the conference. Wake Forest averages 232 passing yards per game. He was 22-for-34 for 186 yards against Clemson.
Maryland: Scott ranks 29th in the nation in yards rushing and ranks seventh in the ACC and 82nd nationally in all-purpose yards (111.6 ypg).
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Scott is tied for the Maryland lead with four touchdowns. ... The Terrapins are in search of a fifth straight win over a ranked opponent.
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No. 23 Pittsburgh (4-1) at Navy (4-2), 3:30 p.m. (CBS College Sports)
Line: Pittsburgh by 3.
Series record: Pittsburgh leads 20-13-3.
Last meeting: 2007, Navy 48-45, 2OT.
What's at Stake
For Pitt, plenty of pride. Two weeks after knocking off South Florida, the Panthers are out to prove they're the same team picked to contend for the Big East title - not the one that was shocked at home by Bowling Green in the opener - and show they can stop a Navy triple-option offense that rolled up 497 yards in last year's upset at Heinz Field. Navy is looking for its second upset of a ranked team; the Midshipmen stunned then-No. 16 Wake Forest last month for its first in 23 years.
Key Matchup
jury, accounted for 288 total yards and three touchdowns last year. Backup Jarod Bryant ran for 101 yards and a touchdown in his last game against Air Force. Whomever gets the start will face a Pitt defense that has dedicated the past two weeks to stopping Navy's tricky triple-option offense.
Players to watch
Pitt: LB Scott McKillop had 12 tackles and led a defense that sacked South Florida's Matt Grothe four times last time out and held the Bulls' Big East-best offense to 245 yards.
Navy: Bryant, listed as both a quarterback and a slot back, has scored a rushing touchdown in eight of his last 11 games and is coming off his second career 100-yard performance.
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Navy hasn't beaten multiple ranked teams in one season since knocking off No. 5 Notre Dame, No. 10 Army and No. 8 Rice in 1957. ... Panthers are one of three Big East teams with a winning record against the Midshipmen. ... Pitt is looking to start 5-1 for the first time since 2006. ... Panthers have a four-game winning streak, and have rallied from fourth-quarter deficits in each of their last three.
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No. 25 California (4-1) at Arizona (4-2), 10 p.m.
Line: California by 2 1/2.
Series Record: California leads 13-12-2.
Last meeting: 2007, California 47-27.
What's at Stake
ears are looking to hold onto the top spot in the early Pac-10 race. Arizona hopes to rebound after losing to Stanford on a touchdown in the final minute. The Wildcats are two victories away from becoming eligible for their first bowl bid since 1998.
Key Matchup
Arizona's defensive front against Cal's backfield. The Wildcats have struggled to stop the run in their losses, giving up 221 rushing yards at New Mexico and 286 at Stanford. The Golden Bears will try to take advantage - and they'll have a better chance if starting tailback Jahvid Best returns from a dislocated elbow.
Players to watch
California: DE Cameron Jordan. The sophomore will try to put pressure on Arizona quarterback Willie Tuitama. Jordan had two sacks and caused a fumble in a 24-14 victory over Arizona State on Oct. 4.
Arizona: FS Nate Ness. Ness, a senior. returned his seventh career interception 75 yards for a touchdown against Stanford last week. He also recovered a fumble and made 14 tackles.
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, Arizona quarterback Willie Tuitama needs 30 yards to move past Tom Tunnicliffe and become the Wildcats' all-time leader. ... Arizona averages 40.2 points per game, ninth in the NCAA. That's a shade better than Cal, which averages 39.4 points, 12th in the nation. ... Cal has only one victory in five trips to Tucson since 1991 - a 38-0 rout of coach Mike Stoops' first Wildcats squad, which finished 3-8.

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