1. Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech
Details: Friday, November 29 @ 4:30 PM ET - Barclays Center - Brooklyn, NY
Watch Here: NBCSN with XFINITY
Why Watch: The Ole Miss Rebels have one of the nation's craziest personalities - Marshall Henderson. Henderson marches to the beat of his own drum and has never met a shot he wouldn't take. He's a must watch because you never know what Henderson is going to do or how the opposition will try to defend him. Georgia Tech will matchup Henderson with the golden ticket - Trae Golden. Golden leads the Yellow Jackets with 14.8 ppg and packs a scoring punch himself. Who will shoot their way to a win? Find out by streaming Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech Friday afternoon on NBCSN!
#5ToFollow Insider: Richard Cross - @RichardCrossH2H
Cross is an Ole Miss Man, covering his school on statewide radio in Mississippi. He’s a great follow for hoops talk and all his tweets will be fixated on Brooklyn Friday afternoon.
2. Oregon State vs. Oregon
Details: Friday, November 29 @ 7:00 PM ET - Autzen Stadium - Eugene, OR
Watch Here: FoxSports1 on XFINITY
Why Watch: The Civil War football game will be fought for the 117th time Friday night as the Beavers and Ducks kickoff in Autzen Stadium. This rivalry game has big plays on offense written all over it, as the Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota tries to lead Oregon to their sixth-straight 10-win season, while Oregon State wide receiver Brandin Cooks looks to build on his record setting season. Cooks is rewriting the Beavers record book with 1,560 receiving yards (previous record 1,532 rec yds) and will look to pass 1,700 yards on the year. It's always a battle on the ball field when these two teams compete for the illustrious Platypus Trophy!
#5ToFollow Insider: Tim Euhus - @EuhusBeavers
Comcast Sports NW’s Oregon State insider, Tim Euhus, is anticipating a big score from the #Pac12’s big game Saturday night. Follow Euhus for the inside scoop from Autzen Friday night.
3. Florida State vs. Florida
Details: Saturday, November 30 @ 12:00 PM ET - Ben Hill Griffin Stadium - Gainesville, FL
Watch Here: ESPN on XFINITY
Why Watch: Where were you when the 2013 Heisman Trophy was won? That is the question you could be asking yourself after the #Gators and #Noles play Saturday in Gainesville. Florida State's Jameis Winston will be out to prove that he's the one worthy to hoist college football's most prestigious individual award against his team's instate rival Florida Gators. Florida State has been rolling, but Florida is out to shock the world. The Gators are going to bring out their entire playbook, because they have nothing left to lose this season. It's a Heisman Trophy, a national championship berth, versus a team with an enormous chip on their shoulder. Saturday at noon eastern, all eyes will be on The Swamp!
#5ToFollow Insider: Matt Hayes - @Matt_HayesSN
Hayes is one of the nation’s top #CFB writers. He’s on fire when football is played on Saturdays and will be keyed in on #FSUvsUF. Click follow now.
4. Clemson vs. South Carolina
Details: Saturday, November 30 @ 7:00 PM ET - Williams-Brice Stadium - Columbia, SC
Watch Here: ESPN2 on XFINITY
Why Watch: The Battle of the Palmetto State is in primetime as the No. 6 Clemson Tigers travel to Columbia for four quarters with the South Carolina Gamecocks. For the first time in their 111 meeting, both teams rank in the top-10. The Gamecocks bring a defense to the field that is known by one name - Clowney, while the Tigers contrasting style of play is led by senior quarterback, Tajh Boyd. Who wins South Carolina's biggest battle of the season? Tune in Saturday night and see!
#5ToFollow Insider: Bruce Feldman - @BFeldmanCBS
Feldman is my favorite college football writer – bar none. His tweets are all wow moments and he will be tweeting out impressive insights during Clemson-South Carolina Saturday night.
5. Texas A&M vs. Missouri
Details: Saturday, November 30 @ 7:45 PM ET - Memorial Stadium - Columbia, MO
Watch Here: ESPN on XFINITY
Why Watch: The focus will be on Johnny Football, because his awe-inspiring, back-yard style of play always seems to electrify the crowd every Saturday, but you will come away so impressed with the #Mizzou Tigers. Missouri ranks fifth in the country and a win Saturday night puts them in Atlanta - a berth to the SEC Championship game. The Tigers will have to account for Mr. Manziel, which is no easy feat, but if they can contain the nation's touchdown leader, they will walk away with more than just a win - they'll walk away the SEC Eastern Champions!
#5ToFollow Insider: Edward Aschoff - @AschoffESPN
Aschoff is one of ESPN’s SEC lead bloggers and is sharing the SEC wisdom with his followers in 140 characters or less. Follow along for a look into Saturday night’s biggest SEC game.
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