Football season is underway, so we put together this handy viewing guide to make sure you don't miss any of the week's big games.
No. 4 Oklahoma at Tulsa
ABC, 9 a.m.
Coming off a double-overtime win in the first week of the season, the Golden Hurricanes of Tulsa now look to pull off a major upset and earn in-state bragging rights when they host the fourth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners.
No. 14 USC at No. 13 Stanford
ABC, 12:30 p.m.
Two nationally ranked Pac-12 powers face off in this early season matchup. Last year, USC topped Stanford 20-17, just one week after the Cardinal upset the Ducks. Both teams are coming off dominating wins in week one.
No. 7 Michigan State at No. 3 Oregon
FOX 12, 3:30 p.m.
It's only the second game of the season, but it's already being described as one of the biggest of the year for all of college football. The Spartans travel to Autzen Stadium to face the Ducks in a game that could go a long way in shaping the College Football Playoffs.
Michigan at No. 16 Notre Dame
NBC, 4:30 p.m.
The storied rivalry between these two legendary football programs comes to an end on Saturday, at least for now. The two teams were scheduled to face each other annually through 2031, but that deal was ended before their 2012 matchup. For now, this is the last scheduled meeting between the schools.
Oregon State at Hawaii
CBS Sports Network, 7:30 p.m.
The Beavers travel to Hawaii to take on the Rainbow Warriors. OSU pulled out a season opening win against Portland State in Corvallis, while Hawaii fell to the University of Washington last week by just a point, 17-16.
New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons
FOX 12, 10 a.m.
The Saints are expected to rule the NFC South, but the Falcons won't exactly be a walk in the park for Drew Brees and co. in the first game of a FOX 12 doubleheader.
New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins
CBS, 10 a.m.
Tom Brady is nursing a calf injury that kept him out of a practice Thursday, but -- at time of writing -- the star Patriots quarterback is still expected to play Sunday.
San Francisco 49ers at Dallas Cowboys
FOX 12, 1 p.m.
Jim Harbaugh has never lost a season opener as coach of the 49ers, but if he's going to beat the Cowboys, he'll have to win without three of his top defensive players who are lost due to injury or suspension.
Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts
NBC, 5:30 p.m.
Peyton Manning will be the story once again as he goes into Indianapolis to face his old team.
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