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Michigan at Penn State

Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET on ABC

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Expect electric atmosphere when Penn State hosts Michigan.

Kirk Herbstreit describes what he feels it will be like when No. 19 Michigan heads to Beaver Stadium to face No. 2 Penn State on Saturday night.

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USC at Notre Dame

Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET

Herbstreit: Loser of USC-ND out of playoff.

Kirk Herbstreit explains that the Trojans-Irish matchup is the biggest game of the year for both teams, and the one that loses will be out of the College Football Playoff conversation.

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Barkley, Love making run for Heisman.

Quarterbacks usually dominate the Heisman candidates discussion, but this year Saquon Barkley and Bryce Love have put running backs at the top of the list.

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Championship Drive

Week 8

Battles in Happy Valley, South Bend are the headliners.

Michigan will try to weather a whiteout at Penn State, while USC and Notre Dame each look to make a playoff statement. And can the Big 12 stay in the conversation?

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Miami

NCAAF

Miami bringing back memories of "The U."

Mark Richt has the Hurricanes undefeated and putting up numbers that haven't been seen in Miami since the team was competing for championships.

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Top teams in college football?

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  • Capital One Fan Vote Week 7

    Which unbeaten team should be No. 2 behind Alabama? Tell us in the Capital One Fan Vote.

Power Rankings

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  • Power Rankings: Plenty of surprises

    Week 7 turned out to be nothing but trouble for Clemson, Washington and Washington State. Alabama takes back the top spot.

Will this time be different for Hill?

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  • Will this time be different for Kenny Hill?

    Kenny Hill is undefeated through six games this season as quarterback at TCU. This is when it all went wrong three years ago with Texas A&M, but the new Kenny Hill vows it's different this time around.