Matt Josephs & Steve Merril get you read for a loaded weekend of college and pro football.
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Saturday, November 3, 2012 12:30 PM
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Alabama should finally get a test when the top-ranked Crimson Tide visit Death Valley on Saturday night to face No. 5 LSU in a rematch of last season’s BCS National Championship Game.
Some of the shine was knocked off with Southern California's shootout loss last week at Arizona, but No. 2 Oregon can still expect one of its toughest tests to date when the Ducks take their 12-game road winning streak to the Los Angeles Coliseum on Saturday to face the No. 17 Trojans.
Michigan State kept alive its long shot hopes of winning the Big Ten Legends Division title with an overtime victory at Wisconsin last week, but the Spartans have zero margin for error as they brace for a visit from division leader Nebraska on Saturday.
After a victory at Texas on Oct. 6, West Virginia was unbeaten and had a Heisman Trophy candidate at quarterback putting up outrageous numbers. They will look to get back in the win column Saturday when they host Texas Christian, which has also lost two straight following a 5-1 start.
Any lingering doubts about Notre Dame’s place among the upper echelon of college football teams was erased last weekend with another strong defensive performance in a win at Oklahoma. All the fourth-ranked Irish need now is to avoid a letdown before a Nov. 24 trip to Southern California to keep their BCS hopes alive.
Two of the NFL's most talented young quarterbacks will clash Sunday when Cam Newton and the struggling Carolina Panthers visit Washington to face Robert Griffin III and the Redskins.
Having turned the NFC South race into a runaway, the Atlanta Falcons will look to remain perfect when they host the enigmatic Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night
Two of this season's underachieving teams will meet on Monday night as the Philadelphia Eagles invade the Crescent City for a date with the New Orleans Saints.
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