We have a few Top 25 match ups scheduled for this weekend, and that should make for some entertaining football.

Saturday Noon:


Saturday Early Afternoon:

#6 LSU @ #9 Georgia: This is the 3rd top 10 team Georgia will play since the season started. If Aaron Murphy was looking to make up for last year’s loss to Alabama, this is it. Georgia’s high flying offense is going to have to put up more points than it usually does against Les Miles’ LSU Tigers, who has averaged allowing less than 20 point again. Then again, LSU hasn’t seen an offense like the Bulldogs yet. Interesting match up, but I believe in Aaron Murray and the Georgia Bulldogs to drop the Mad Hatter and LSU Tigers.

#14 Oklahoma @ @22 Notre Dame: We’ve got Oklahoma headed to the golden dome to take on the Fighting Irish. OU is undefeated and untested; they haven’t played a team with an above .500 record all year. I’m sure Bob Stoops is looking to legitimize his #14 ranking on Saturday with a victory under TD Jesus.

Saturday Evening

#21 Ole Miss @ #1 Alabama: A match up of undefeated SEC teams, Ole Miss is headed to Bryant-Denny Stadium to try and knock off Nick Saban. This is definitely the best opportunity Ole Miss will have after losing the past 9 match-ups between these teams. Bama may be taking care of business this year, but it isn’t very convincing; the Alabama is averaging 370 yrds a game this year compared to Ole Miss’s 490. That being said, if Texas AM couldn’t derail Alabama, I don’t think Ole Miss has much of a chance.

Saturday Night

#12 Wisconsin @ #4 Ohio State: What we have here are two rush happy, typical Big10 teams taking the big stage Saturday night for what will either be the most exciting or most dull game of the week. Both teams are ranked in the top 10 for rushing yards per game and both teams are putting up over and average of 40 points again on lesser opponents. ESPN’s commentator Mark Schlabach is predicting an upset for the Buckeyes, but I’ve got to side with the veteran coaching staff. Playing in the Horseshoe and facing Urban Meyer is going to be too much for Gary Andersen and the Badgers.