Ladies Of College Football: Week Six




Last week, we told you there was no way Ole Miss was going into Alabama and upsetting the Crimson Tide. Of course the Rebels were shutout. This week we’ll go out on a limb and say that there is no way Northwestern is beating Ohio State. That has only happened once in 40 years. Yes, this is a new Northwestern program. Yes, the Buckeyes are in a trap game after coming off a big hump against Wisconsin.

Go with the trend.

If you’re looking for an upset, look at Arkansas at Florida. The Gators have had trouble scoring (88th in the nation in total offense). Arkansas has proven it’ll score (27th in the nation in total offense). Plan accordingly.

[Photos via @Tempe12 and @AmandaCerny]

(All times Eastern)

Oct. 3

Texas at Iowa State, ESPN, 7:30

Western Kentucky at Louisiana-Monroe, ESPNU, 7:30

Harding (Ark.) at Southern Arkansas, CBS Sports Net, 8

UCLA at Utah, Fox Sports 1, 10

Oct. 4

Brigham Young at Utah State, CBS Sports Net, 8

Nevada at San Diego State, ESPN, 9

Oct. 5

Air Force at Navy, CBS, 11:30 a.m.

Penn State at Indiana, BTN, noon

Lehigh at Fordham, CBS Sports Net, noon

Maryland at Florida State, ESPN, noon

Michigan State at Iowa, ESPN2, noon

Illinois at Nebraska, ESPNU, noon

Rutgers at Southern Methodist, ESPNews, noon

Texas Tech at Kansas, Fox Sports 1, noon

Kansas at TCU, FSN, noon

Clemson at Syracuse, ABC, 3:30

Kansas State at Oklahoma State, ABC, 3:30

Minnesota at Michigan, ABC, 3:30

Georgia at Tennessee, CBS, 3:30

Rice at Tulsa, CBS Sports Net, 3:30

Georgia Tech at Miami (Fla.), ESPNU, 3:30

East Carolina at Middle Tennessee, FSN, 3:30

Washington State at California, Fox Sports 1, 4

Oregon at Colorado, Pac-12, 6

LSU at Mississippi State, ESPN, 7

Arkansas at Florida, ESPN2, 7

MIssissippi at Auburn, ESPNU, 7

TCU at Oklahoma, Fox, 7

Louisiana Tech at Texas-El Paso, CBS Sports Net, 7:30

Arizona State vs. Notre Dame in Arlington, Texas, NBC, 7:30

Ohio State at Northwestern, ABC, 8

West Virginia at Baylor, Fox Sports 1, 8

Washington at Stanford, ESPN, 10:30

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