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All eyes on Tuscaloosa.

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College football continues barreling toward a four-team playoff, with the biggest match-up of the weekend coming in the SEC on Saturday night as Mississippi State and Alabama square off, with playoff places and SEC Western Division championships hanging in the balance.

The weekend starts with East Carolina traveling to Cincinnati, as they try to salvage a season that once looked so promising, but fell apart with a loss to Temple in Philadelphia in their last outing.  The AAC, despite the fact it doesn't have any particularly good teams, is a tight race, with four teams (UCF and Memphis) carrying just one loss.

In addition, tonight includes Cal and Southern Cal squaring off, with the latter's chances at winning the Pac-12 South hanging by a thread.

While the Gamecocks play Florida, there are two other top-25 match-ups - the Golden Gophers try to stay in the Big 10 West race as they welcome an Ohio State team looking to cement their place at the top of the Big 10 East.  Elsewhere, Clemson tries to keep its faint ACC Atlantic hopes alive as they travel to Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech, and Duke continues its hilarious crusade towards 11-1 and the ACC Coastal championship when they host Virginia Tech.

After our game, the main event of the week is in Tuscaloosa, as Mississippi State takes on the Crimson Tide.  If that game goes south, there's an important Big 10 West battle between Nebraska and Wisconsin, and some other filler, but seriously, watch the SEC West game.

In the evening, Georgia tries to keep its SEC East hopes alive and Auburn tries to keep its SEC West hopes alive in a big clash in Athens.  Missouri can make a big move in the SEC East by winning at Texas A&M, or open the door further to Georgia (or, shockingly, Florida) with a loss.  The evening also includes Florida State traveling to Miami for one of their toughest remaining tests of the season.

THU, NOV 13, 2014
7:00 PM ET
EAST CAROLINA AT CINCINNATI
8:00 PM ET
SOUTHERN MISS AT TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO
9:00 PM ET
CAL AT USC
FRI, NOV 14, 2014
8:00 PM ET
TULSA AT UCF
SAT, NOV 15, 2014
12:00 PM ET
VIRGINIA TECH AT (21) DUKE
12:00 PM ET
SOUTH CAROLINA AT FLORIDA
12:00 PM ET
(19) CLEMSON AT (22) GEORGIA TECH
12:00 PM ET
TEMPLE AT PENN STATE
12:00 PM ET
IOWA AT ILLINOIS
12:00 PM ET
(8) OHIO STATE AT (25) MINNESOTA
12:00 PM ET
ARMY AT WESTERN KENTUCKY
12:30 PM ET
PITTSBURGH AT NORTH CAROLINA
1:00 PM ET
MIAMI (OH) AT CENTRAL MICHIGAN
2:00 PM ET
NEVADA AT AIR FORCE
2:00 PM ET
EASTERN MICHIGAN AT WESTERN MICHIGAN
2:30 PM ET
RICE AT MARSHALL
3:00 PM ET
WAKE FOREST AT NC STATE
3:00 PM ET
(4) TCU AT KANSAS
3:00 PM ET
APPALACHIAN STATE AT ARKANSAS STATE
3:30 PM ET
GEORGIA SOUTHERN AT NAVY
3:30 PM ET
NORTHWESTERN AT (18) NOTRE DAME
3:30 PM ET
INDIANA AT RUTGERS
3:30 PM ET
(1) MISSISSIPPI STATE AT (5) ALABAMA
3:30 PM ET
OKLAHOMA AT TEXAS TECH
3:30 PM ET
(16) NEBRASKA AT (20) WISCONSIN
3:30 PM ET
WASHINGTON AT (14) ARIZONA
3:30 PM ET
MIDDLE TENNESSEE AT FIU
3:30 PM ET
MEMPHIS AT TULANE
4:00 PM ET
KENTUCKY AT TENNESSEE
4:00 PM ET
NEW MEXICO AT UTAH STATE
4:30 PM ET
OCPV
HAWAII AT SAN JOSE STATE
5:00 PM ET
TROY AT IDAHO
6:00 PM ET
(23) UTAH AT STANFORD
7:00 PM ET
UNLV AT BYU
7:00 PM ET
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE AT LOUISIANA-MONROE
7:15 PM ET
(9) AUBURN AT (15) GEORGIA
7:30 PM ET
TEXAS AT OKLAHOMA STATE
7:30 PM ET
MISSOURI AT (24) TEXAS A&M
7:30 PM ET
TEXAS STATE AT SOUTH ALABAMA
8:00 PM ET
(12) MICHIGAN STATE AT MARYLAND
8:00 PM ET
(3) FLORIDA STATE AT MIAMI (FL)
8:00 PM ET
(17) LSU AT ARKANSAS
8:00 PM ET
SOUTH FLORIDA AT SMU
10:00 PM ET
NORTH TEXAS AT UTEP
10:15 PM ET
SAN DIEGO STATE AT BOISE STATE
10:45 PM ET
(6) ARIZONA STATE AT OREGON STATE

What games are you looking forward to other than the Gamecocks?