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CFB Gameday Morning, Week 4: Staying Within Yourselves

[lead align=”default”]CFB gameday morning in Week 4 means that we’re already at least a quarter through the season. Some teams will be one-third done after today.[/lead]

Sorry to ruin your morning. After all, you waited all these weeks and months for the triumphant return of college football. Yet, like the flowers of the spring or human existence, college football season is but a fleeting thing.

Make the most of it while you have it. Luckily for us, there are some good games coming up today. All of them have a conference flavor, so none of these teams leave the confines of their own group. They include:

CFB Gameday: Georgia at Ole Miss

The Rebels probably shouldn’t even be ranked, but they are, and they get a third crack at a ranked team. Georgia set its sights on winning the SEC East, and so far, so good.

CFB Gameday: Wisconsin at Michigan State

It’s Bucky vs. Sparty for second-best team in the Big Ten. We all know number one plays in Columbus, but not if these two have anything to say about it. Both of these teams take undefeated records into Spartan Stadium tonight, with the winner certainly a top-ten team on Sunday.

CFB Gameday: Florida at Tennessee

This is another big SEC game, and the winner is going to be a favorite in the SEC East. Tennessee is more than capable of winning at home, but Florida takes a great defense into this battle. Let’s see if Luke Del Rio plays.

CFB Gameday: Stanford at UCLA

The Tree is 2-0 and a top ten team, while the Bruins are 2-1 but no longer ranked. The loss to A&M stung UCLA a few weeks ago, but how much better are they? They draw the Cardinal at home and a win puts them back in the poll.

CFB Gameday: Arkansas at Texas A&M

Yet another SEC game, but this is in the West division. Two undefeated, ranked teams square off at AT&T Stadium, and the winner might be the eventual runner-up to Alabama in the SEC West. (Keeping it real, folks.)

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