Ladies of College Football: Week Five



Blake Bortles, the Central Florida quarterback, could become a household name this weekend if he’s able to put up huge numbers and beat South Carolina. I’ve only been touting this guy since before Week One so it’s time for this guy to show up huge on national TV.

The other game you shouldn’t be sleeping on is Stanford going to Seattle to face Washington State. The Cougars should get drilled, but when you have Mike Leach playing a night game and his team has confidence, crazy things happen. A win would give WSU its first 4-1 start since 2003.

As for Ole Miss-Alabama, shame on you if you think the Rebels have an outside chance of beating the Tide. Bama leads the all-time series 46-9-2 and has only one home loss to the Rebels (1988).

Sept. 27

Utah State at San Jose State, ESPN, 9

Middle Tennessee at Brigham Young, ESPNU, 9

Sept. 28

South Carolina at Central Florida, ABC, noon

Miami (Ohio) at Illinois, BTN, noon

Oklahoma State at West Virginia, ESPN, noon

Northern Illinois at Purdue, ESPN2, noon

Miami (Fla.) at South Florida, ESPNU, noon

Southern Methodist at TCU, Fox Sports 1, noon

Navy at Western Kentucky, ESPNews, 2

Colorado at Oregon State, Pac-12, 3

Florida State at Boston College, ABC, 3:30

Iowa at Minnesota, ABC, 3:30

Wake Forest at Clemson, ESPNU, 3:30

LSU at Georgia, CBS, 3:30

Texas-El Paso at Colorado State, CBS Sports Net, 3:30

Oklahoma at Notre Dame, NBC, 3:30

Army vs. Louisiana Tech in Dallas, Fox Sports 1, 4

Houston at Texas-San Antonio, FSN, 4

MIssissippi at Alabama, ESPN, 6:30

Texas A&M at Arkansas, ESPN2, 7

Florida at Kentucky, ESPNU, 7

Arizona at Washington, Fox, 7

Wyoming at Texas State, Longhorn, 7

Brown at Harvard, NBC Sports Net, 7:30

Wisconsin at Ohio State, ABC, 8

Air Force at Nevada, CBS Sports Net, 8

Stanford vs. Washington State in Seattle, ESPN, 10

Southern Miss at Boise State, ESPNU, 10:15

Southern California at Arizona State, ESPN2, 10:30

California at Oregon, Pac-12, 10:30

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