Nebraska football is taking advantage of their bye week to relax and recharge before their next game. As the Huskers enjoy their Saturday off, college football fans are in for an exciting Week 7 with a packed schedule of high-profile matchups.
Insider’s Board member Alum-Ni deserves a massive shoutout for organizing this week’s slate of games, which includes all the matchups featuring future and past Husker opponents for the 2023 season. The schedule is filled with thrilling games that are sure to keep fans on the edge of their seats.
Here are some of the notable games happening this week:
– Arkansas at #11 Alabama (11:00 AM, ESPN)
– #1 Georgia at Vanderbilt (11:00 AM, CBS)
– Indiana at #2 Michigan (11:00 AM, FOX) ***
– Iowa State at Cincinnati (11:00 AM, FOX Sports 1)
– #3 Ohio State at Purdue (11:00 AM, Peacock) ***
– Syracuse at #4 Florida State (11:00 AM, ABC)
– #8 Oregon at #7 Washington (2:30 PM, ABC)
– #6 Penn State vs. Massachusetts (2:30 PM, Big Ten Network)
These are just a few of the exciting matchups taking place on Saturday. The full schedule can be found here.
For Nebraska fans, it’s worth noting that the Huskers have a bye week, giving the team an opportunity to rest and regroup before their next game. However, fans can still keep an eye on some of their upcoming opponents. Illinois will be facing Maryland at 2:30 PM on NBC, while Iowa will take on Wisconsin at 3:00 PM on FOX. Michigan State will be playing against Rutgers at 11:00 AM on BTN. As for Minnesota and Northwestern, they both have bye weeks.
In addition to these games, there are several other top-ranked teams in action, including #10 USC facing #21 Notre Dame at 6:30 PM on NBC, and #12 North Carolina going up against #25 Miami (FL) at 6:30 PM on ABC.
With such a loaded schedule, college football fans are in for a treat this week. Whether it’s cheering for their favorite teams or keeping an eye on future Husker opponents, there’s no shortage of excitement on the field. So grab your snacks, get comfortable, and get ready for a thrilling day of college football.
Original Story at nebraska.rivals.com – 2023-10-14 10:00:00