With Wisconsin on a bye week, Badger fans will be able opportunity to watch other college football games as we look forward to the rest of the season. Week six has some intriguing matchup of ranked teams, as well as some games where the final result is all but certain already. Here is a list of games to watch this weekend and games you can feel good about miss.

Must Watch

#23 Florida State (3-2) at #10 Miami (4-0) – 7:00 ABC

This ACC matchup features two Florida rivals and Florida State has won the last six meetings between these teams. Florida State looked like they had recovered from their blowout loss to Louisville with an offensive explosion against South Florida. However, any positive momentum was gone after a last second loss to North Carolina last week. Now? Florida State is barely hanging on in the ACC and has to take a trip to unbeaten Miami. Miami beat Georgia Tech in their first Power-5 game of the season and now will take their fourth ranked scoring offense against their injured rivals. It figures to be an intense game as one team clings to life and the other tries to position themselves for success in the conference.

#9 Tennessee (5-0) at #8 Texas A&M (5-0) 2:30 CBS

This game between two top ten teams represents the best game on paper in the week six slate. Both these teams are trying to cement themselves as the second-best team in the SEC behind Alabama. The matchup to watch will be Tennessee quarterback trying to run against the Texas A&M defensive line led by Myles Garrett. Tennessee has won the close games this year and seems to have luck on their side. Texas A&M looked impressive against Arkansas two weeks ago, and have to play well against Tennessee before they travel to Alabama next week. This will be an SEC slugfest and likely a competitive game.

Be sure to tune in

#6 Houston (5-0) at. Navy (3-1) 2:00 CBSS

Houston’s schedule is relatively weak until their November 17 matchup with Louisville. Still, the American Conference will provide some challenges before then. Navy’s triple option attack is always difficult to prepare for. Navy ranks 15th in the country in rushing yards and 14th in attempts while Houston ranks first in rush defense. This matchup will be decided by the running game when Navy has the ball. When Houston has the ball be sure to watch Heisman candidate Greg Ward and a passing attack that averages over 300 yards a game.

#1 Alabama (5-0) at #16 Arkansas (4-1) 6:00 ESPN

Alabama will face their third ranked team of the season when they venture to Arkansas as SEC play ramps up for them. Alabama has to be careful not to look too far ahead to #9 Tennessee and #8 Texas A&M in their games after Arkansas. Arkansas has played Alabama tough in the past two years and is not afraid of Alabama’s physical front lines. Alabama should win this game, but the residual wear and tear could catch up to them in the next few weeks.

Maryland (4-0) at Penn State (3-2)

Maryland is 4-0 for the first time since 2013. They are 15th in the country in scoring offense and 10th in scoring defense. Penn State represents their first real Big Ten opponent (sorry Purdue) and a chance for Maryland to prove how much they have improved under first year coach D.J. Durkin. A win against Saquon Barkley and the rest of the Penn State team would solidify Maryland as one of the most improved teams in the Big Ten.

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