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College football scores, schedule, games today: Oklahoma, Auburn kick off the action early



Week 7 of the college football season was a wild slate that rocked the landscape a bit, but that's how the month of October usually goes. Saturday continues with the eighth week of action, and there are many great matchups to look forward to. The day starts with No. 6 Michigan trying to maintain its momentum when traveling to the rival against No. 24 Michigan State Rival. Later that afternoon, No. 1

Alabama takes on Tennessee, while No. 3 Clemson could be tested at home by No. 16 NC State in an ACC Atlantic Division fight. To end the night, No. 2 Ohio State stands in front of Purdue, No. 5 of the LSU in Mississippi State in Death Valley No. 22 and No. 12 in Oregon to Pullman, Washington, against the US state of Washington fight. 12 races are heating up.

CBS Sports will be with you all Saturday, updating this story with the latest results, highlights, analysis and week 8 updates. Check out the predictions, the best games, and the live GameTrackers right from the start to cover the entire action. To manually update the page for the latest updates, just click here.

Week 8 College Football Schedule, scores

All Times East

No. 9 Oklahoma at TCU – Noon on ABC – GameTracker
# 6 Michigan at # 24 Michigan State – Noon on Fox – LIVE Updates
No. 1 Alabama in Tennessee – 3:30 pm on CBS – preview, Picks
No. 16 NC State at No. 3 Clemson – 3:30 pm. on ESPN – Preview, Picks
Nr. 22 Mississippi State at LSU – 7pm on ESPN – Preview, Picks
No. 12 Oregon, Washington State No. 25 – 19:30 on Fox – preview, Picks
No. 2 Ohio State in Purdue – 7:30 pm on ABC – Preview, Picks
USC in Utah – 8 pm on Pac-12 Network – preview, selection

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Gary out again for Michigan

The Wolverines will have to forgo the all-conference defender Rashan Gary for the third consecutive year. The all-rounder of the juniors and preseason should be fit for the team's game, according to coach Jim Harbaugh v Wisconsin last week, but has not been seen since Michigan's victory over Northwestern on 29 September due to an injury. The Wolverines must play without him on Saturday against Michigan State as speculation about his long-term future with the school continues after Nick Bosa's NFL and injury-related departure from Ohio State.


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