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NCAA Week 5
Texas A&M at Arkansas
Texas A&M makes its first trip to Fayetteville since 1990 on Saturday when the ninth-ranked Aggies face Arkansas, which plays its SEC opener after blowing a 17-point lead in last week’s 28-24 loss at Rutgers.
Oklahoma at Notre Dame
Notre Dame used a victory at Oklahoma last season to catapult itself into the National Championship discussion. The 12th-ranked Sooners will look to return that favor when they visit the 22nd-ranked Fighting Irish on Saturday.
Miami Hurricanes at South Florida Bulls
Miami (Fla.) has not been unbeaten through three games since sprinting to a 6-0 start in 2004 and its confidence continues to grow with the ACC season on the horizon. Senior quarterback Stephen Morris suffered an ankle injury last week, but is expected to play as the 15th-ranked Hurricanes meet winless South Florida on Saturday.
Virginia at Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh is wasting little time getting acclimated to its new surroundings in the Atlantic Coast Conference by diving right into division play. The Panthers face their third ACC opponent in four games when they host Virginia on Saturday.
Louisiana State at Georgia
Louisiana State faces its toughest test on Saturday when the sixth-ranked Tigers travel to take on No. 10 Georgia in a Southeastern Conference showdown. The Tigers have outscored opponents 173-88 and have not trailed at any point, but they also haven't yet played in a hostile environment like they'll face between the hedges.
Ole Miss at Alabama
Top-ranked Alabama survived the first major test of its latest title defense and looks to clear another hurdle when it hosts No. 21 Mississippi on Saturday. The Crimson Tide rolled to a 31-6 win over Colorado State last week after escaping with a 49-42 victory at Texas A&M a week earlier.
South Carolina at Central Florida
No. 13 South Carolina may be the ranked team from the more prestigious conference but host Central Florida enters Saturday's game unbeaten and with arguably the more impressive win. The Knights (3-0), who have scored at least 30 points in their first three games of a season for the first time in school history, are coming off a 34-31 upset of Penn State in Happy Valley, the school's first ever victory over a Big Ten opponent.
NFL Week 4
Redskins at Raiders
Beleaguered quarterback Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins will attempt to break into the win column when they visit the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. A trendy choice to win the NFC East this season, the Redskins are off to a disastrous start due to a defense that is giving up yards at a historic pace.
Eagles at Broncos
The two most productive offenses in the NFL square off Sunday when the undefeated Denver Broncos host the Philadelphia Eagles. The Broncos have won their first three games by 16 or more points and scored 37 or more every game on the strength of Peyton Manning, who has passed for an NFL-best 1,143 yards and 12 touchdowns without an interception.
Giants at Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs have made themselves at home at the expense of the NFC East. The undefeated Chiefs vie for their third consecutive victory against a representative from that division on Sunday when they host the winless New York Giants.