College Football Schedule 2021: Best Games To Watch In Week 7

Athens, United States: April 11, 2020: Georgia Logo on Sanford Stadium Fence with empty stadium seats

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The college football season is at the halfway point, and there are plenty of matchups that will keep you on the couch this weekend. Can this week’s matchups surpass the magic of last week? Here is a list of games for your perfect viewing pleasure on Saturday.

#12 Oklahoma St. vs. #25 Texas, Noon EST., FOX

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Texas was almost back last week, as things were looking up for the program while they were on their way to a victory in the Red River Rivalry. Then came a terrible second-half collapse when Oklahoma stormed back to complete the epic comeback in an instant classic. Meanwhile, Oklahoma State is quietly undefeated with two top 25 victories under their belt. Expect fireworks in this early Big-12 matchup.

#11 Kentucky vs. #1 Georgia, 3:30 p.m. EST, CBS

Athens, United States: April 11, 2020: Georgia Logo on Sanford Stadium Fence with empty stadium seats

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No, that isn’t a typo. The undefeated #11 ranked Kentucky Wildcats will travel to Athens to take on the newly crowned #1 team, the Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia hasn’t seen a real challenge this season since the Week 1 defensive battle between Clemson. This game is the first time in history that two SEC East teams will meet with 6-0 records. The Bulldogs are heavy favorites against the Wildcats this weekend.

#13 Ole Miss vs. Tennessee, 7:30 p.m. EST., SEC Network

KNOXVILLE, TN/USA JUNE 4, 2018: Statue of Robert Neyland on the the campus of the University of Tennessee.

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The Lane Kiffin bowl has finally arrived. Kiffin will be welcomed back to Neyland Stadium as head coach of another SEC program. Heisman hopeful Matt Corral will lead Ole Miss against a Tennessee team who has combined for 107 points in their last two SEC games. Fans could be in for another high-scoring affair.

#18 Arizona State vs. Utah, 10:00 p.m. EST, ESPN

SALT LAKE CITY, USA - JUN. 18, 2018: Aerial view of Rice–Eccles Stadium in University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. It is the home of Utah Utes and served as the main stadium for 2002 Olympics

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Cap off your Saturday once again with another edition of PAC-12 after dark. Herm Edwards continues to have Arizona State on the rise as they take on the Utes Saturday night. This season, the Sun Devil’s lone loss came against a BYU team who also dated Utah earlier this year. Arizona State is a current 1 point favorite for those looking to live on the edge in their betting lives.

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