It’s no secret that Week 1 in the college football world provided us with some great matchups that we’re not used to seeing in the opening weekend. How this week respond. Check out the NCAAF Week 2 Games to Watch below!

Saturday, September 8th-

20 Mississippi State at Kansas State (12:00 ESPN)

Mississippi State looks like a 10-win team this year. That can be possible if they don’t fall into the Manhattan trap.

Georgia Tech at South Florida (12:00 ABC/ESPN2)

Georgia Tech has a chance to do some harm in the ACC, while South Florida has a chance to do some harm in the AAC. They both have the potential to have 9-win seasons if they win here.

3 Georgia at 23 South Carolina (3:30 CBS)

This is the first SEC game of the year, and it is going to be a banger depending on whether or not Georgia is as good as people claim they are this year.

Colorado at Nebraska (3:30 ABC)

These two teams played every year from 1948-2010. History returns for the first time in eight years this Saturday.

Iowa State at Iowa (5:00 FOX)

When both teams are doing good, this rivalry game is a must watch.

2 Clemson at Texas A&M (7:00 ESPN)

This one is overhyped, but College GameDay is going to be there, so there’s that.

Fresno State at Minnesota (7:30 FS1)

Fresno State is the 2nd-best team in the Mountain West behind Boise State, and Minnesota is not up to standard in the Big Ten. I understand that it is a true road game for the Bulldogs, but they could easily keep this to a one-possession game throughout.

9 Penn State at Pittsburgh (8:07 ABC)

I love rivalry games.

10 USC at 11 Stanford (8:30 FOX)

I love rivalry games.

12 Michigan State at Arizona State (10:45 ESPN)

Michigan State just wants to see what Herm Edwards is up to in Tempe.

That’ll do it for the NCAAF Week 2 Games to Watch. Which game are you most looking forward to this week? Be sure to tell me all about it in the comment section below.

Published on 9/5/18 at 8:46 PM EDT.
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Matthew "Joneszee" Jones

Core Group leader at Ball State Chi Alpha. I currently do PRAM on the side for fun.

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