Week Seven Schedule and Viewer Guide

Otto Greule Jr

Oregon gets the first big test of the 2013 season. Missouri at Georgia and Florida at LSU represent the only other ranked clashes of the weekend.

Friday Night Football

Bearcats and Temple, the only game in town

Early Shift

12 p.m. ET 12 Oklahoma vs. Texas ABC
12 p.m. ET 25 Missouri at 7 Georgia ESPN
12 p.m. ET Iowa State at 20 Texas Tech FS1
12 p.m. ET Pittsburgh at 24 Virginia Tech ESPNU
12 p.m. ET Eastern Michigan at Army CBSSN
12 p.m. ET Lehigh at Columbia NBCSN
12 p.m. ET Memphis vs. Houston ESPN News
12 p.m. ET Indiana at Michigan State ESPN2
12 p.m. ET Nebraska at Purdue Big Ten Network
12 p.m. ET Kansas at TCU FSN, MSG+, ROOT-PIT
12 p.m. ET USF at UConn SNY, Altitude
12:21 p.m. ET 14 South Carolina at Arkansas SEC Network, MSG
12:30 p.m. ET Navy at Duke ACC Network
2 p.m. ET Western Carolina at Auburn Pay-per-view, ESPN3.com
2 p.m. ET Central Michigan at Ohio Time Warner Cable, ESPN3
2 p.m. ET Buffalo at Western Michigan ESPN3.com
2 p.m. ET Missouri State at North Dakota State NBC ND, ESPN3.com

The One To Watch: Missouri at Georgia

Mizzou is undefeated on the year, and Georgia is without almost every single offensive skill position starter that played against Clemson. The home crowd should give an advantage to Georgia, but Missouri is playing excellent football and James Franklin has largely erased a disappointing 2012 with his play to date. This will be the SEC shootout of the week.

If You Like Tire Fires: Kansas at TCU.

Two of the most breathtakingly inept offenses will be squaring off in Fort Worth.

Of Interest To Cincinnatians: Memphis at Houston, USF at UConn

Memphis looks competent for the first time since DeAngelo Williams ruled the roost. That competency will get the first big road test of the year at Houston. Was last weeks UCF game a fluke or a sign of things to come.

Mid Day Match Ups

3 p.m. ET Kent State at Ball State ESPN3.com
3 p.m. ET Miami (Ohio) at UMass ESPN3.com
3:30 p.m. ET 15 Baylor at Kansas State FOX
3:30 p.m. ET 17 Florida at 10 LSU CBS
3:30 p.m. ET 19 Northwestern at Wisconsin ABC or ESPN2
3:30 p.m. ET Boston College at 3 Clemson ABC or ESPN2
3:30 p.m. ET East Carolina at Tulane WITN
3:30 p.m. ET New Mexico at Wyoming ROOT-NW, RM
3:30 p.m. ET Rice at UTSA TWC Sports
3:30 p.m. ET Richmond at James Madison NBCSN
3:30 p.m. ET San Jose State at Colorado State CBSSN
3:30 p.m. ET Syracuse at NC State ROOT-PIT, MSG+
3:30 p.m. ET Troy at Georgia State ESPN3, CSS, Sun Belt Net
3:30 p.m. ET Virginia at Maryland ESPNU
4 p.m. ET 2 Oregon at 16 Washington Fox Sports 1
4 p.m. ET Eastern Washington at North Dakota MidcoSN
4 p.m. ET Tennessee State at Jacksonville State TV24
5 p.m. ET 18 Michigan at Penn State ESPN
5 p.m. ET Akron at 23 NIU ESPN3.com
5 p.m. ET Marshall at FAU FOX College Sports

The One To Watch: Oregon at Washington

The Ducks get their first big road test of the post Chip Kelly era. The Huskies came close to knocking off the all offensive line all the time Cardinal and now face a completely different kind of challenge, albeit one that they are almost custom built to face. This will be bright and shiny PAC 12 football at its best.

If You Like Tire Fires: Virginia at Maryland

The only good thing about this game is Stefon Diggs.

Of Cincinnatian Interest: Miami (OH) at UMass

Someone is going to win and a half empty stadium.

Prime Time

6 p.m. ET 5 Stanford at Utah Pac-12 Network
7 p.m. ET 1 Alabama at Kentucky ESPN2
7 p.m. ET Georgia Tech at BYU ESPNU
7 p.m. ET Idaho at Arkansas State ESPN3.com
7 p.m. ET Middle Tennessee at North Texas meangreensports.com
7 p.m. ET ULM at Texas State Longhorn Network
7 p.m. ET Illinois State at Youngstown State ESPN3.com, CSN-CHI
7 p.m. ET Montana at UC Davis Max Media
7 p.m. ET Villanova at Towson NBCSN
7:30 p.m. ET UAB at FIU CSS
7:30 p.m. ET Bowling Green at Miss State FSN
8 p.m. ET Tulsa at UTEP FS1
8 p.m. ET Boise State at Utah State CBSSN
8:05 p.m. ET Hawaii at UNLV MW Network Streaming
8:30 p.m. ET 9 Texas A&M at Ole Miss ESPN

The One To Watch: Georgia Tech at BYU.

A real chance that we could see 1,000 yards and less than 25 total passes. Two all run all the time offenses with back breaking defenses. A seriously undrrated game this week.

If You Like Tire Fires: Bowling Green at Mississippi State

Not a whole lot of offense on hand here.

Late Night

10 p.m. ET Colorado at Arizona State Pac-12 Network
10:30 p.m. ET California at 11 UCLA ESPN2
10:30 p.m. ET Oregon State at Washington State ESPNU

The One To Watch: California at UCLA

Two Air Raid influenced offenses with really strong ground games. This one will be good enough that you can skip the rest.

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