No. 6 Ohio State (10-0, 6-0) at Wisconsin (7-3, 4-2), 3:35 p.m. (ABC/ESPN2)

Line: Wisconsin by 2 ½

Series Record: Ohio State leads 54-17-5

WHAT'S AT STAKE: Banned from the Big Ten title game and the postseason, the best the Buckeyes can hope for is to go undefeated. Wisconsin, meanwhile, wants to prove it didn't get into the Big Ten championship by default. Montee Ball is two touchdowns shy of breaking the major college career record, and he'd love nothing more than to reach the mark in his last game at Camp Randall Stadium.

KEY MATCHUP: DE John Simon and DL Johnathan Hankins will try to knot things up in the middle to force Ball outside the tackles.

PLAYERS TO WATCH:

Ohio State: QB Braxton Miller. As Miller goes, so go the Buckeyes. He's accounted for 66 percent — 2,919 of 4,453 yards — of Ohio State's offense, and has scored more than half the Buckeyes' touchdowns.

Wisconsin: Ball. With 77 career touchdowns, needs two more to break Travis Prentice's major college record. A Heisman Trophy finalist, he's recovered from his slow start to rush for 13 TDs and 866 yards over the last six games.

FACTS & FIGURES: The home team has won the last three meetings. ... Wisconsin has won its last nine games in November, outscoring opponents 474-152, and is 23-6 after Nov. 1 under coach Bret Bielema. ... This will be Ohio State coach Urban Meyer's first game against Wisconsin. He didn't face the Badgers when he was at Bowling Green, Utah or Florida. ... Meyer is 32-2 when having more than a week to prepare for a game. The Buckeyes were off last week. ... Two of Ohio State's longest winning streaks have ended in Madison. A 19-game winning streak, tied for second-longest in team history, ended with a 17-10 loss in 2003. A 13-game winning streak, the Buckeyes' sixth-longest, ended in a 7-7 tie in 1958. ... With Miller already over 1,000 yards rushing, Buckeyes RB Carlos Hyde needs 267 yards to join him.

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Jacksonville State (6-4) at No. 7 Florida (9-1), 1 p.m., (PPV)

Line: No line.

Series Record: First meeting.

WHAT'S AT STAKE

Florida's 50-game winning streak against teams outside the Bowl Championship Series. The Gators haven't lost to anyone outside the six major conferences or Notre Dame since a 17-11 setback to Memphis State in 1988.

KEY MATCHUP

Jacksonville State's offense vs. Florida's defense. With their offensive struggles, the Gators have a penchant for keeping games close — even ones they're supposed to win big. So if the Gamecocks can get anything going offensively against Florida (see Furman last year and Louisiana-Lafayette last week), they might have a chance.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Jacksonville State: Senior Alan Bonner has 45 receptions for 745 yards and eight touchdowns. Although five of his TDs came in one game, he has a penchant for performing well against the Southeastern Conference. He has four career TDs in games against Mississippi, Kentucky and Arkansas.

Florida: QB Jacoby Brissett is making his fourth career start and first since the season opener. Brissett has a big arm and limited mobility, and this game could give him a much-needed confidence boost since he might have to play next week at rival Florida State.

FACTS & FIGURES

Jacksonville State is getting $500,000 to play at Florida Field. ... The Gamecocks are 4-15 against teams from the Football Bowl Subdivision, with the last win coming at Ole Miss in double overtime in 2010. No FBS opponent has ever shut out Jacksonville State. ... Florida hasn't really played well in its last three games against teams outside the BCS, edging Furman last year and beating Bowling Green and Louisiana-Lafayette this season. ... The Gators are 6-0 at home this season, allowing just 9.7 points a game. ... It's senior day for the Gators, who are trying to go 7-0 at home for just the third time in program history.

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Mississippi (5-5, 2-4 SEC) at No. 8 LSU (8-2, 4-2), 3:30 p.m. (CBS)

Line: LSU by 18 1/2.

Series Record: LSU leads, 57-39-4.

WHAT'S AT STAKE

LSU must win to maintain its slim hope of winning the Southeastern Conference Western Division and to otherwise solidify its credentials for a major, perhaps BCS, bowl game. Mississippi is trying to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2009 in coach Hugh Freeze's first season.

KEY MATCHUP

Ole Miss sophomore QB Bo Wallace against LSU's high-pressure pass defense. Wallace ranks fifth in the SEC and 49th nationally in total offense, accounting for 250.8 yards per game. He set career highs with 31 completions and 403 yards passing in a 27-26 loss to Vanderbilt last week. LSU ranks first in the SEC in yards passing allowed at 165.7 to go with 26 sacks and 14 interceptions.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Mississippi: LB Denzel Nkemdiche averages 1.15 tackles for losses per game, second most by any freshman in the country and the most by any freshman in the SEC.

LSU: WR Jarvis Landry set career highs for receptions with nine and yards receiving with 109 against Mississippi State last week. He also caught a 19-yard touchdown pass.

FACTS & FIGURES

While this is one of the oldest rivalries in college football, dating back to 1894, the annual matchup was spiced up in 2008, with the winner getting the Magnolia Bowl trophy. Each team has won the trophy twice. ... LSU will be the fourth ranked opponent Ole Miss has played this season. The Rebels have lost against the previous three. ... Ole Miss is 58-140-2 all-time vs. ranked teams, with its last win over a Top 25 team being a 21-7 triumph over No. 21 Oklahoma State in the 2010 Cotton Bowl. ... LSU has gone 46 straight offensive possessions without a turnover, a streak that dates back to the second quarter against South Carolina on Oct. 13. ... LSU QB Zach Mettenberger has thrown 110 straight passes without an interception and he's now completed 155 of 263 passes for 1,990 yards and 10 TDs against four interceptions. ... Now in his eighth season at LSU, Les Miles needs one victory to reach 84 and pull ahead of Bernie Moore for second all-time as Tigers head coach. Moore coached 13 seasons (1935-47). Charles McClendon holds the LSU record with 137 victories in 18 years (1962-79). ...LSU is 37-24-1 vs. Ole Miss in Baton Rouge.

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Sam Houston State (8-2) at No. 9 Texas A&M (8-2), 2:30 p.m. (FSN Pay Per View)

Line: No line.

Series Record: Texas A&M leads 10-0.

WHAT'S AT STAKE

Texas A&M has to guard against a letdown after last week's 29-24 win over then-No. 1 Alabama. The Bearkats, who went to the Football Championship Subdivision championship game last season, have already clinched a share of the Southland Conference title this year and bring a seven-game winning streak into the game.

KEY MATCHUP

Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel vs. Sam Houston State's defense. Manziel piled up 253 yards passing with two touchdowns and 92 yards rushing against the top-ranked Alabama defense last week. Sam Houston State will have its hands full dealing with the Heisman Trophy hopeful. Manziel threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more by halftime in A&M's other game this season against an FCS opponent — a 70-14 win over South Carolina State.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Sam Houston State: RB Timothy Flanders. Flanders is the school's all-time leading rusher and has 22 100-yard games in his career. He has 1,087 yards rushing with 16 touchdowns this season, and also has nine receptions for 77 yards and a score.

Texas A&M: DE Damontre Moore. Moore leads the Aggies with 74 tackles this season. His 20 tackles for losses are second in the nation, and he is third in the country with 12 1/2 sacks.

FACTS & FIGURES

The first nine meetings between these teams came between 1919 and 1941. ... These schools are just more than 50 miles apart. ... They last met in 1997 when the Aggies got a 59-6 win in College Station. ... Manziel needs 34 yards to break the NCAA freshman record for total offense of 3,827 set by Jared Lorenzen of Kentucky in 2000. ... Sam Houston State is 3-25 in 28 meetings against FCS teams since 1986. ... Sam Houston State S Darnell Taylor is one tackle shy of the school record for solo tackles of 215. ... Texas A&M freshman WR Mike Evans has at least four catches in each game this season. ... Aggies WR Ryan Swope leads the team with 36 catches for 453 yards in the last four games. ... The Bearkats have not allowed a sack in the last five games.

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No. 10 Florida State (9-1, 6-1 ACC) at Maryland (4-6, 2-4), 12:01 p.m. (ESPNU)

Line: Florida State by 31

Series Record: Florida State leads 20-2

WHAT'S AT STAKE

With a victory, Florida State will clinch the league's Atlantic Division title for the second time in three years under head coach Jimbo Fisher and give the Seminoles their sixth straight win heading into a clash next week with Florida. Maryland will try to end a four-game skid after honoring 17 upperclassmen on senior day.

KEY MATCHUP

Florida State's top-ranked defense against Maryland QB Shawn Petty. The Seminoles will attempt to pressure the linebacker-turned-quarterback, who got the starting job after the top four QBs on the depth chart sustained season-ending injuries. Petty has fumbled four times and thrown an interception in his two starts, and FSU will do its best to try to increase those numbers. Operating against a defense that has held the opposition under 10 points in half its games, the 230-pound, left-handed Petty must avoid turnovers to keep the Terrapins in the game.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

FLORIDA STATE: DE Cornellius Carradine. The 6-foot-5 senior leads the team in tackles (64) and sacks (nine). The last defensive lineman to lead the Seminoles in tackles was Reinard Wilson in 1996.

MARYLAND: DT Joe Vellano. Playing his final home game, Vellano is the centerpiece of a defense that is without leading tackler Demetrius Hartsfield (torn ACL). The 6-2, 285-pound Vellano is tied for the ACC lead and ranks 19th nationally with 1.4 tackles for loss per game. Vellano was all-ACC last year and is expected to repeat in 2012.

FACTS & FIGURES

Florida State has won five straight in the series. ... Although the injury-riddled Terps haven't won in a month, they are still mathematically alive for a bowl berth — if they win this game and next week at North Carolina. ... The Seminoles lead the ACC in scoring offense (43.1 ppg) and rank second in total offense (503.2 ypg). ... Maryland could be without leading receiver Stefon Diggs (foot) and leading rusher Wes Brown (ankle). ... FSU QB E.J. Manuel is 22-5 as a starter, including 14-3 against ACC foes. ... The Seminoles are eligible for their 31st straight bowl appearances, the longest current run in the nation. ... Maryland RB Brandon Ross is coming off his first 100-yard game, one of few highlights for the Terps in a 45-10 loss to Clemson last week.