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Saturday college football Week 4 live discussion, open thread

Come discuss your favorite college players and teams as college football heats up this week!

Tennessee v Florida Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images

The college football season is finally moving into the meat of their schedule. For teams like Michigan, Clemson, Ohio State, and USC, it’s mostly been a cupcake schedule through the first month of the season. With almost all teams moving to inter-conference play, things should heat up this Saturday considerably.

It’s Week 4 in the college football season, which means the best teams are starting to separate themselves, and for Detroit Lions fans, it means that the 2023 NFL Draft class is starting to appear through the preseason haze.

So if you’re a big college football fan because you like to scout draft players or you just love another level of competitive football, come hang out with us this Saturday as we watch all of the action.

Feel free to leave your observations or comments in the section below about your favorite team and players.

Here’s a look at the notable games to keep an eye on this week:

Noon ET

Maryland at 4 Michigan — FOX
5 Clemson at 21 Wake Forest — ABC — Players to watch
Central Michigan at 14 Penn State — BTN
17 Baylor at Iowa State — ESPN2
Missouri at Auburn — ESPN

3:30 p.m. ET

20 Florida at 11 Tennessee — CBS — Players to watch
22 Texas at Texas Tech — ESPN
Notre Dame at North Carolina — ABC
Minnesota at Michigan State — BTN
Indiana at Cincinnati — ESPN2
15 Oregon at Washington State — 4 p.m. ET — FOX

Night games

Northern Illinois at 8 Kentucky — 7 p.m. ET — ESPN2
10 Arkansas at 23 Texas A&M — 7 p.m. ET — ESPN — Players to watch
Wisconsin at 3 Ohio State — 7:30 p.m. ET — ABC
Kansas State at 6 Oklahoma — 8 p.m. ET — FOX


7 USC at. Oregon State — 9:30 p.m. ET — PAC12 Network
Wyoming at 19 BYU — 10:15 p.m. ET — ESPN2 (Honorary Pac 12 after dark game)
13 Utah at Arizona State — 10:30 p.m. ET — ESPN
Stanford at 18 Washington — 10:30 p.m. ET — FS1