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Friday, November 26, 2021 6:33 AM

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(All games Saturday unless noted.)

1. Oregon (10-0) vs. No. 20 Arizona (7-3) (Friday).

2. Auburn (11-0) at No. 11 Alabama (9-2) (Friday).

3. Boise State (10-0) at No. 19 Nevada (10-1) (Friday).

4. TCU (11-0) at New Mexico (1-10).

5. Wisconsin (10-1) vs. Northwestern (7-4).

6. LSU (10-1) at No. 12 Arkansas (9-2).

7. Ohio State (10-1) vs. Michigan (7-4).

8. Stanford (10-1) vs. Oregon State (5-5).

9. Oklahoma State (10-1) vs. No. 13 Oklahoma (9-2).

10. Michigan State (10-1) at Penn State (7-4).

11. Alabama (9-2) vs. No. 2 Auburn (11-0) (Friday).

12. Arkansas (9-2) vs. No. 6 LSU (10-1).

13. Oklahoma (9-2) at No. 9 Oklahoma State (10-1).

14. Virginia Tech (9-2) vs. Virginia (4-7).

15. Nebraska (9-2) vs. Colorado (5-6) (Friday).

16. Missouri (9-2) vs. Kansas (3-8) at Kansas City, Mo.

17. South Carolina (8-3) at Clemson (6-5).

18. Texas A&M (9-3) defeated Texas (5-7) 24-17 (Thursday).

19. Nevada (10-1) vs. No. 3 Boise State (10-0) (Friday).

20. Arizona (7-3) at No. 1 Oregon (10-0) (Friday).

21. Florida State (8-3) vs. Florida (7-4).

22. Utah (9-2) vs. Brigham Young (6-5).

23. North Carolina State (8-3) at Maryland (7-4).

24. Iowa (7-4) at Minnesota (2-9).

25. Mississippi State (7-4) at Mississippi (4-7).

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