It saddens me to say that the college football season is half over. Looking on the bright side, the first half was awesome, and we got another one to go.
College Gameday is in East Lansing, Michigan for Wisconsin @ Michigan State. As always, some of my notes will be below so you don't have to wake up at 6.
Here's my picks and previews for the bigger games.
After the jump is a schedule of the days games. Oregon plays at Colorado at 12:30/12:40 on Root Sports.
9 - Oklahoma State at Missouri on FX, NC at Clemson on ESPN/3, Kansas State at Kansas, Illinois at Purdue on ESPN2, Cincinnati at South Florida on ESPN3.
12:21 - Arkansas at Ole Miss on ESPN3
12:30 - BC at VaTech on ESPN3, Auburn at LSU on CBS, Air Force at Boise State on VS, Oregon at Colorado on Root, Nebraska at Minnesota on ABC/ESPN2, Georgia Tech at Miami on ABC/ESPN, Maryland at Florida State on ABC/ESPN2
1:05 - Fresno State at Nevada on ESPN3
4 - Penn State at Northwestern on BigTen Network, Utah at Cal
4:15 - Tennessee at Alabama on ESPN2/3,
4:30 - USC at Notre Dame on NBC,
5 - Texas Tech at Oklahoma on ABC/ESPN3, Wisconsin on ESPN/3, Washington at Stanford on ABC/ESPN3
7:30 - Oregon State at Washington State
9 - New Mexico State at Hawaii ESPN3, I just like this game because ESPN says it takes place Sunday at midnight.