College Football Week 7 live discussion, open thread: The big ones come

Prepare for intense battles on the football field.

It’s time to dive deep into these matchups, savoring the intensity. Football thrives on big games and relentless aggression. Without it, the sport loses its essence. The early season may have been calm and peaceful, reminiscent of a bygone era in the genteel South. But no longer. We now live for the bone-crushing contests in the Zone.

Washington and Oregon will clash this week, marking the final matchup between these Pac-12 rivals before they part ways into different conferences. This game could potentially determine the championship contender in their new conference, as both teams possess an abundance of talent. It’s also worth mentioning the remarkable journeys of two college quarterbacks, Bo Nix and Michael Penix Jr., who have undergone incredible transformations throughout their careers. Take a moment to explore their stories before making any assumptions about their future as NFL picks. Trust me, you wouldn’t want to underestimate the Auburn Bo Nix.

Shifting gears to another Pac-12 showdown, USC is traveling to South Bend to take on Notre Dame. The Irish recently faced a heartbreaking defeat against Louisville, and their season has been nothing short of disappointing. USC, on the other hand, has been inconsistent. After barely surviving a triple-overtime battle against Arizona, it’s clear that USC’s weakness lies in their defense, relying heavily on the extraordinary plays of Caleb Williams. Their chances of making it through the Pac-12 unscathed are rapidly fading. Playing under the lights in South Bend on a cold night (by California standards) presents a perfect opportunity for the Irish to regain some pride.

The stage is set, and it’s time for the games to begin. Enjoy the thrill, my friends.

Noon ET

No. 1 Georgia at Vanderbilt — CBS

Indiana at No. 2 Michigan — FOX

No. 3 Ohio State at Purdue — Peacock

Syracuse at No. 4 Florida State — ABC

Arkansas at No. 11 Alabama — ESPN

Michigan State at Rutgers — Big Ten Network

Iowa State at Cincinnati — FS1

3:30 p.m. ET

UMass at No. 6 Penn State — Big Ten Network

No. 8 Oregon at No. 7 Washington — ABC

Texas A&M at No. 19 Tennessee — CBS

No. 23 Kansas at Oklahoma State — FS1


7:30 p.m. ET

Auburn at No. 22 LSU (7 p.m.) — ESPN

No. 10 USC at No. 21 Notre Dame — NBC/Peacock

No. 25 Miami (Fla.) at No. 12 North Carolina — ABC

Missouri at No. 24 Kentucky — SEC Network

No. 18 UCLA at No. 15 Oregon State (8 p.m.) — FOX

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