After Clemson's Week 11 ended with a win at Wake Forest on Thursday night, Tiger fans can enjoy another neutral Saturday of watching college football. Only Virginia's upset hopes against Florida State have any real significance to Clemson, essentially giving fans a second consecutive bye week for a quality slate of games.
Saturday's schedule features six games between Top 25 teams and has a rare quality game early: No. 12 Baylor at No. 15 Oklahoma (12 p.m., FS1). Clemson fans could also take another look at Georgia Tech, whom the Tigers will play next week, as they take on N.C. State (12:30, ESPN3). Once the noon games wrap up, Notre Dame-Arizona State (3:30 p.m., ABC) should be your best afternoon choice before the really good set of night games begins.
Once 7:30 rolls around, three match-ups between ranked teams begin within the span of 30 minutes, starting with No. 7 Kansas State and No. 6 TCU (7:30 p.m., FOX) as the two Big 12 teams try to make a case for the playoff. Alabama-LSU (8 p.m., CBS), and Ohio State-Michigan State (8 p.m., ABC) follow soon after, so it will be an important night for a split screen or expert remote skills. If that trio of night games still isn't enough, the late Pac-12 game between No. 4 Oregon and No. 17 Utah (10 p.m., ESPN) closes out Week 11.
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