Saturday's college football schedule is jam-packed with great matchups because it's Rivalry Week, and the last week of the regular season for the vast majority of teams in the Football Bowl Subdivision.
Conference championship game berths and College Football Playoff positioning will be on the line in a slew of contests today, with Clemson and Iowa looking to finish perfect regular seasons and six other games pitting ranked teams against each other.
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Three things to know
1) The top-10 and top-15 faceoffs. Two games pit top-10 teams in the College Football Playoff rankings against each other this Saturday: No. 8 Ohio State travels to No. 10 Michigan at 12 p.m., and No. 6 Notre Dame visits No. 9 Stanford at 7:30 p.m. in Palo Alto.
But those aren't the only big matchups. In-state rivalries between No. 12 Florida and No. 13 Florida State and No. 3 Oklahoma and No. 11 Oklahoma State might also elevate or drop Playoff contenders.
2) Can North Carolina keep soaring? The Tar Heels might be the standard-bearers for chaos in the Playoff rankings. At No. 14, they're not so far off that they couldn't vault into a top four with an impressive win over No. 1 Clemson (which meets the woeful South Carolina team that handed the Heels their only loss on Saturday) in the ACC Championship Game. They need to beat N.C. State on Saturday to keep those faint hopes alive.
3) The Iron Bowl isn't as big as expected. The No. 2 Alabama-Auburn Iron Bowl that many thought could decide the SEC West only technically does that. If the 10-1 Crimson Tide fall to the 6-5 Tigers, Ole Miss might yet go to the SEC Championship Game, but if Alabama wins as expected, the Tide rolls back to Atlanta. All Auburn can do is avoid a .500 season, and the potential of a losing mark depending on its bowl game.