No.at California8 Washington(3-3) St. (6-0) 7:30 p.m., ESPN
Statisticallythe statistics speaking,used are this number shouldof sacksbe a close allowed one — (the that teamsis, if each have 23, most in the Pac-12) or rushing offense (they’re the bottom two teams in the conference). Otherwise, this looks like it might be pretty one-sided in favor of Washington State.
4 p.m.: No. 2 Clemson at Syracuse, ESPN. SATURDAY MORNING No. 6 Texas Christian (5-0) at Kansas State (3-2) 9 a.m., FS1
This game features the two active coaches with the most wins at their current schools — Bill Snyder has 205 at Kansas State; Gary Patterson has 153 at TCU. Snyder and the Wildcats have defeated Patterson and the Horned Frogs in three of their five meetings, including a 30-6 rout last year.
No. 24 Texas Tech (4-1) at West Virginia (3-2) 9 a.m., ESPNU
Texas Tech quarterback Nic Shimonek is passing for 362.2 yards per game and has 14 touchdowns and only three interceptions. West Virginia quarterback Will Grier passes for 348 yards per game. He’s thrown for 16 touchdowns but has had 11 passes picked off.
9 a.m.: Rutgers at Illinois, Big Ten Network; No. 17 Michigan at Indiana, Channel 7; No. 20 North Carolina State at Pittsburgh, Prime; Florida State at Duke, ESPN2; Eastern Michigan at Army, CBS Sports Network (CBSSN); Brigham Young at Mississippi State, SEC Network (SEC); South Carolina at Tennessee, ESPN; Connecticut at Temple, ESPNews; Kansas at Iowa State, FS West. 9:15 a.m.: Boston College at Louisville, KDOC.