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10 a.m.: College GameDay
from Austin (ESPN)
Purdue at Northwestern (ESPN2)
Connecticut at Rutgers (ESPNU)
Georgia Tech at Clemson (ESPN)
Kansas at Oklahoma (ABC)
Ohio State at Michigan State (ABC)
North Carolina at Virginia (ABC)
Miami at Duke (ESPNU)
Michigan at Penn State (ESPN)
Arkansas at Kentucky (ESPNU)
Missouri at Texas (ABC)
LSU at South Carolina (ESPN)
Virginia Tech at Boston College (ESPN2)
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Blog Network: What to Watch
Each week our bloggers will take a closer look at the story lines you should be watching. What's on tap for Week 8?
How will Clemson respond? Will Wake actually score TDs in the red zone? Can BC contain Virginia Tech's running game? ACC
How will OU fare post-Texas? Can Chase Daniel make it a happy homecoming? Can Kansas finally prove itself versus the South's elite? Big 12
Can Pitt's defense contain Navy's triple option? Will Donald Brown continue his assault on Rutgers? What does Greg Robinson's future look like? Big East
Who has the edge in Javon versus Beanie? How bad will it get for Michigan at Penn State? Will Juice add to his record numbers?
Will Nate Longshore grab hold of Cal's QB job? How much does Washington still care? Will Arizona get the ball to Rob Gronkowski and Mike Thomas?
Is Phil Fulmer feeling the heat -- again? Will Ole Miss find Greg Hardy? Is opportunity knocking for Stephen Garcia? What's up with the Dawg shuffle? SEC
Will Navy's streak continue? Is FIU in for a shock? Will Utah take advantage of BYU's loss? Ragin' into the record books?
Around the nation
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By The Numbers
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• Javon Ringer has been the most productive running back in the nation this year, ranking first in carries (247), rushing yards (1,112) and rushing TDs (14). His performance has placed him in the middle of the Heisman race -- a place no Michigan State player has been in quite some time. The last time a player from MSU finished in the top 10 of the voting was in 1989 (LB Percy Snow) and the last time one finished in the top five was 1987 (RB Lorenzo White).
• This is just the second 6-0 start in the past 25 seasons for Texas. The only other one came during the 2005 national title season. Texas is also playing a game as the AP No. 1 team for the first time since tying Oklahoma on Oct. 13, 1984.
• Alabama has not trailed in a game this season and has outscored its opponents 88-0 in the first quarter. The Tide has also outrushed its opponents by more than 1,000 yards already (1,358-305).
• The Wolverines are off to their worst start since 1967, when they started 1-5 (that was two years before Bo Schembechler took over the program). This season marks the earliest a Michigan team has ever suffered its fourth loss.
Preview: Missouri at Texas
Preview: Vanderbilt at Georgia
Matich: Cutting to the Chase