"Oregon vs. Utah Showdown Takes the Spotlight: College Football's Week 9 Watchability Index"


definitely good

Oregon vs. Utah (3:30 p.m., Fox)

Oregon State, under the leadership of Dan Lanning, set out to make its identity physical and resilient. Come to Utah, a Swiss Army knife of tools built to break that mentality as much as possible just by functioning on the football field. Last year, the Ducks took care of the Utes. can they do it again?

Very sneaky (or at least involves some notable intrigue)

Oklahoma vs. Kansas (12 p.m., Fox)

The Jayhawks thought they might be able to run a complete offense with quarterback Jason Beane. Oklahoma showed the nation it was ready to take on the game against Texas, but fell short against UCF. Which Sooners will appear on Saturday?

Florida vs. Georgia (3:30 p.m., CBS)

The world's largest outdoor cocktail party has gotten a little one-sided lately, as Georgia has become college football's litmus test. The Gators are having a bye week and won't have to play tight end Brock Bowers. Will they be able to stun the Dawgs?

Colorado vs. UCLA (7:30 p.m., ABC)

The Coach Prime program may have lost momentum in recent weeks, but a trip to Hollywood to take on UCLA should see its star players shine. Are Deion Sanders and these Buffs ready for prime time against a healthy Bruins team?

UNLV vs. Fresno State (10:30 p.m., FS1)

The Rebels have an impressive 6-1 record and this is a key conference game to see who will challenge Air Force for the Mountain West title. Jeff Tedford led the Bulldogs to success this season. We shouldn't be surprised.

Well, it's certainly better than not watching soccer.

FSU vs. Wake Forest (12 p.m., ABC)

Clemson vs. NC State (2 p.m., CW)

Wyoming vs. Boise State (5:30 p.m., FS2)

Oregon State vs. Arizona State (10:30 p.m., ESPN)