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Here’s the complete college football television schedule on all major TV networks and previews of some of the top 25 games this week.. but it’s still going to be fun. CFN enlisted the help of experts and dignitaries across the board to give their picks for the big battles. College football begins on the night of Aug. 26 when Cal and Hawaii meet at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium. Less than a week later, it begins in earnest across the country with a weekend that features four matchups of Amway Coaches Poll top 25 teams and many other strong intersectional matchups. To help you get ready, we’ve compiled our previews of every conference and the four independent FBS members here


Week 9 brought us upsets and began thinning the herd at the top of the rankings, a process that will continue over the next month until we have the final four for the College Football Playoff set.

In Week 10, there will be more culling at the top with pretenders are separated from the contenders. Alabama and Ohio State both face difficult tests this week, with the Buckeyes hosting Nebraska and the Tide going on the road to face LSU. Those two games figure to be the most telling of the weekend, as we will find out just how much separation there is between the supposed national elite and those in the upper-middle class of the SEC and Big Ten.

No. 1 Alabama (-7.5) at No. 13 LSU: The Tide are single-digit favorites for the first time this season as they head to Baton Rouge. The Tigers are getting respect from the oddsmakers for how well they’ve played under Ed Orgeron. Leonard Fournette will hope to have a better day at the office this Saturday than he did last year against Alabama, and for him to have success, the Tigers have to at least show the threat of the downfield passing attack.

No. 10 Nebraska (+17) at No. 6 Ohio State: This is the second time this season we’ve seen a massive line on a top-10 matchup. The first time it was Texas A&M at Alabama — the Tide pushed or covered depending on the line — but this time the gap would seem to be much closer to the naked eye. Both teams have played Wisconsin on the road and both teams went to overtime — Ohio State winning and Nebraska losing — and coupled with Ohio State’s recent struggles in conference play, this line is a bit confusing. The Huskers are a competitive team and it will take an extremely impressive showing from Ohio State to cover this number.


No. 11 Florida (-4.5) at Arkansas: Florida’s defense is absolutely spectacular. From front to back, this is a fantastic unit and one of the best nationally. The Gators’ offense, however, leaves a lot to be desired. Luke Del Rio has his struggles pushing the ball down the field and the running game against quality opposition has been almost non-existent. Arkansas is coming off of a bye week and will want to get rid of the taste of that 56-3 loss to Auburn with a home upset of the Gators.