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Colorado State at Alabama
One week after holding off Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M in a 49-42 thriller, top-ranked Alabama looks to avoid a letdown Saturday against visiting Colorado State from the Mountain West Conference.
SMU at Texas A&M
Southern Methodist's visit to old Southwest Conference rival Texas A&M on Saturday could be a high-scoring affair. The ninth-ranked Aggies and the Mustangs have two of the most productive offenses in the country and struggling defenses.
Michigan at Connecticut
As UConn is likely to find out, you never want to be the next person to enter the ring after someone has angered the bull. Michigan, angered to the point of humiliation by its struggles to escape with a 28-24 win over lowly Akron last week, will be a spitting, snarling, foaming at the mouth bunch when it takes on the Huskies.
Lions at Redskins
Washington has allowed an NFL-worst 511.5 yards per game and the second-most points (71) after losing 38-20 at Green Bay last Sunday. Aaron Rodgers picked apart its secondary for a franchise record-tying 480 yards and four touchdowns while James Starks ran for 132, marking the first time in league history a team had a 450-yard passer and 125-yard rusher in the same game.
Falcons at Dolphins
Miami is looking to open 3-0 for the first time since 2002, and when it most recently started 2-0 in 2010, it finished 7-9. Prior to this year, the Dolphins were 5-18 in September over the past seven seasons. They've had only one winning season in that span, so it's understandable if the team is cautiously optimistic going forward.
Jaguars at Seahawks
The biggest number in many years in the NFL. Is this the only way to play the Jaguars?
Bears at Steelers
Stranger still is the Steelers as a home dog.