College football viewing guide, Week 7

Must-see and meh time frames Saturday for college football:

Lamest time window: Late. No top-25 matchups, and upsets seem more likely in the early games.

Noon: Kansas State seems good enough to ruin someone’s season. Is that someone No. 6 TCU Saturday in Manhattan?

3:30: Texas-No. 12 Oklahoma is one of the best rivalries in sports, but keep an eye on No. 11 Miami trying to slow down tricky Georgia Tech (which is coming off a bye, no less).

7: The pressure will crank up for whichever coach loses the Texas A&M-Florida game.

7:30: No. 18 USF has a chance to put up style points at home against Cincinnati.

8: Utah is no longer perfect, but its top-20 defense can mess up No. 13 USC and golden-armed QB Sam Darnold.

10:30: Two of the best Group of Five programs (Boise State and No. 19 San Diego State) face off in a key Mountain West game, if you can stay up this late.

Heisman watch

5. North Carolina State DE Bradley Chubb: The best defensive player ranks third nationally in sacks (6 ½), second in tackles for a loss (13) with a blocked kick, too.

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4. Louisville QB Lamar Jackson: Hard to see him winning it, but he’s on pace for 5,000 total yards and 42 touchdowns.

3. Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield: Losing at home to Iowa State is bad. Throwing 15 touchdown passes with no interceptions is very, very good.

2. Stanford RB Bryce Love: Bryce Love U’s 1,240 rushing yards would rank No. 27 nationally.

1. Penn State RB Saquon Barkley: My eyes say he’s still the best player in the country, although Love’s numbers are closing the gap.

Eye on the NFL draft

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