The week 2 college football schedule has several spectacular games for 2010. In the week 2 college football schedule are four games where Top 25 teams are playing against each other, and it starts at the top of the polls. No. 1-ranked Alabama will host No. 18 Penn State on Saturday night, giving ESPN a great nightcap to what could be a very interesting day in college football.
The game before theirs is between No. 12 Miami and No. 2 Ohio State, which will be played in Columbus, Ohio. That game will also be on ESPN, giving the network an amazing doubleheader that any sports channel would envy.
The other two big-time games on Saturday will have No. 17 Florida State playing No. 10 Oklahoma on ABC, and No. 22 Georgia playing No. 24 South Carolina on ESPN2. No matter where you turn the television to on Saturday, there are great games on the docket.
That doesn’t even get to the last game on the ESPN schedule Saturday, where UCLA hosts No. 25 Stanford in the first game of the Pac-10 season. College football fans are getting really spoiled this weekend, and it could end up being some of the best football that we see on the field until the final regular season games in November for most of the teams.
Don’t sleep on the Oregon vs. Tennessee game on Saturday, as the leader of the Pac-10 Conference heads out to SEC country in a game that could either cement the Oregon Ducks as a great team this season, or suddenly thrust this Tennessee team back into the national spotlight.
Pay attention to the games on television this week, college football fans, because we are about to see which of these schools are for real, and which ones have just been pretending to be Top 25-caliber schools in 2010.
Week 2 College Football Schedule
*No. 21 Auburn 17 — Mississippi State 14 (Thursday Game)
*No. 23 West Virginia at Marshall (Friday Game at 4 p.m. PST on ESPN)
*No. 18 Penn State at No. 1 Alabama (4 p.m. PST on ESPN)
*No. 12 Miami (FL) at No. 2 Ohio State (12:40 p.m. PST on ESPN)
*Tennessee Tech at No. 4 TCU (4 p.m. PST)
*Wyoming at No. 5 Texas (4 p.m. PST)
*Idaho at No. 6 Nebraska (9:30 a.m. PST)
*No. 7 Oregon at Tennessee (4 p.m. PST on ESPN2)
*South Florida at Florida (9:21 a.m. PST on ESPN3)
*Iowa State at No. 9 Iowa (12:30 p.m. PST on ABC)
*No. 17 Florida State at No. 10 Oklahoma (12:30 p.m. PST on ABC)
*San Jose State at No. 11 Wisconsin (9 a.m. PST on ESPN)
*James Madison at No. 13 Virginia Tech (10:30 a.m. PST on ESPN3)
*No. 14 Arkansas at LA-Monroe (4 p.m. PST on ESPN3)
*No. 15 Georgia Tech at Kansas (9 a.m. PST)
*Virginia at No. 16 USC (7:30 p.m. PST)
*No. 19 LSU at Vanderbilt (4 p.m. PST on ESPNU)
*UNLV at No. 20 Utah (1 p.m. PST)
*No. 22 Georgia at No. 24 South Carolina (9 a.m. PST on ESPN2)
*No. 25 Stanford at UCLA (7:30 p.m. PST on ESPN)
*Duke vs. Wake Forest (9 a.m. PST on ESPN3)