After a bang-up Thursday night, we've got a somewhat curious Friday, with the highlights being a pair of ranked Group of Five teams in action. Boise State, ranked 21st, will try and move to 6-1, while we've also got 24th-ranked Houston's quest to remain perfect.
Early games on Saturday include Iowa at Northwestern and Mississippi at Memphis as the marquee games, and there's also the small matter of West Virginia at Baylor. Everything else in that time slot is mere curiosity, although the window is absolutely stacked due to the baseball playoffs.
The 2:30 window is lighter than normal this week for that reason. Most of you reading this won't care, because there's only one 2:30 game that matters to you: K-State makes its second national broadcast network appearance in as many weeks as they take on Oklahoma on ABC. But the time slot has other intriguing things to keep an eye on, as Alabama visits College Station, Michigan State clashes with Michigan.
The early evening slate provides three pretty big games kicking off in half-hour increments starting at 6pm: Florida at LSU, USC at Notre Dame, and Penn State at Ohio State. Later on, Arizona State visits Utah, which will be your primary late-night concern.
On that note, the full schedule of all FBS games, plus all small-college games which are either televised on nationally-available cable networks or airing on ESPN3.