If you aren't familiar with the LSUfootball.net TV schedule site, it is worth bookmarking. On that site the game times listed are Central. Below they are Pacific.
|Cincinnati at Illinois||9:00 a.m.||ESPN2 (HD) / WatchESPN|
Just to see how bad Illinois looks.
|Florida at Miami||9:00 a.m.||ESPN (HD) / WatchESPN|
These are marquee teams (well Florida still is, and Miami was) but this game may actually be pretty awful to watch.
|Oklahoma State at UTSA||11:00 a.m.||FS1 (HD)|
|South Carolina State at Clemson||9:30 a.m.||(FSN Affiliates / RSN (HD) / ESPN-GP / espn3)|
Both of these should be blowouts, but the Okie State and Clemson offenses are always fun to watch. And may suddenly be more relevant for Husky fans, with the new direction of the UW offense.
|Oregon at Virginia||12:30 p.m.||ABC (HD) / ESPN2 (HD)|
Is Virginia going to pull and upset? Unlikely, but scouting the enemy is worthwhile.
|South Carolina at Georgia||1:30 p.m.||ESPN (HD) / WatchESPN|
Marquee game of the day #1. Should be legitimately entertaining.
|Texas at BYU||4:00 p.m.||ESPN2 (HD) / WatchESPN|
I went to UT (as well as UW) and love the Horns. Even if you don't, what they are doing on offense is actually pretty similar to what UW is doing this season.
|Notre Dame at Michigan||5:00 p.m.||ESPN (HD) / WatchESPN|
Marquee game of the day #2. Personally, I hate both teams and would rather have a root canal than watch this one, but I am providing the information as a PSA.
|Arizona at UNLV||7:30 p.m.||CBSSN (HD)|
|Washington State at USC||7:30 p.m.||FS1 (HD)|
|San Jose State at Stanford||8:00 p.m.||PAC-12 Network (HD) / Pac-12 Video|
Three Pac-12 late games. Any of them could turn out to be entertaining and/or closer than expected.