North Carolina State (6-4, 3-3 ACC) at No. 11 Clemson (9-1, 6-1), 3:30 p.m. (ABC/ESPN2)

Line: Clemson by 17.

Series Record: Clemson leads 51-28-1.

WHAT'S AT STAKE

Clemson is seeking its first 10-win regular season since 1981 and a share of the ACC Atlantic Division title. The Tigers can win the division should they defeat the Wolfpack and No. 10 Florida State falls at Maryland. North Carolina State hopes to improve its bowl prospects.

KEY MATCHUP

North Carolina State QB Mike Glennon against Clemson's defense. Glennon shocked the Tigers a year ago when he passed for 253 yards and three touchdowns, leading the Wolfpack to a 37-13 victory against No. 8 Clemson. Glennon's been strong this season, too, passing for more than 291 yards a game, a total second only to Clemson QB Tajh Boyd. The Tigers defense has given up six TDs passes and just one scoring run their past four games.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

North Carolina State: CB David Amerson, who won last year's Jack Tatum Award as the nation's top defensive back, is tied for second in the ACC with four interceptions. He'll also be counted on to slow down Tiger star wideouts DeAndre Hopkins and Sammy Watkins.

Clemson: Hopkins was named one of 10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award as the country's top receiver. He's second in the country with 14 touchdowns, catching a scoring pass in all but one of the Tigers games this season. He's got 66 receptions and 1,096 yards.

FACTS & FIGURES

This game has been called the "Textile Bowl" since 1981, the winner receiving a commemorative trophy. ... Clemson is playing for another trophy, too. If it wins Saturday's game, it would be crowned co-champions of the ACC Atlantic Division with Florida State. ... Glennon stands fourth on North Carolina State's career list with 6,032 passing yards and 52 TD passes. His six 300-yard games rank sixth all-time. ... The Wolfpack have lost four straight to Clemson at Death Valley since QB Phillip Rivers led them to a 38-6 Thursday night win in 2002. ... Boyd is seeking his 20th win as a starter, something only six other passers in school history have accomplished. ... The fullback has never rushed the ball in North Carolina State coach Tom O'Brien's 16 years as a head coach. ... The Wolfpack lead the ACC in with 30 sacks this season. Clemson didn't give up a sack last week to Maryland, which came into that contest tied with North Carolina State for the sacks lead.

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Wofford (8-2) at No. 12 South Carolina (8-2), 1 p.m.

Line: No line.

Series Record: South Carolina leads 18-4

WHAT'S AT STAKE

South Carolina is trying to finish undefeated at home for the first time since 1987. The Gamecocks have won 10 games in a row at Williams-Brice Stadium. Wofford is trying to beat a Football Bowl Subdivision team for just the second time in 15 tries.

KEY MATCHUP

Wofford's backfield against South Carolina's linebackers. The Terriers run the triple option and are second in the Football Championship subdivision at 357 yards rushing. South Carolina is allowing just 102 yards on the ground a game. The Gamecocks linebackers will need to stay disciplined and follow their assignments to prevent big runs.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Wofford: FB Eric Breitenstein became the Terriers all-time leading rusher last week with 5,223 yards and is only 112 yards from breaking his single-season rushing mark he set in 2010. Breitenstein's 1,528 yards rushing in 2012 accounts for about 42 percent of Wofford's yards on the ground.

South Carolina: WR Bruce Ellington has posted back-to-back 100-yard receiving games and currently leads the team with 470 yards. Ellington's ability to get open can take the pressure off a running game suffering after the season-ending knee injury to Marcus Lattimore.

FACTS & FIGURES

South Carolina has 15 straight over Wofford. The Terriers last win was in 1917. ... Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier can tie Rex Enright for the school's career coaching victories record at 64 with a win. ... Spurrier has never lost to a team outside the BCS automatic qualifying conferences in his 23 season as a college coach. He is trying to go 47-0 on Saturday. ... South Carolina's senior class will be honored Saturday at their final home game. The class has set a record with 35 wins, beating last year's senior class by a victory with three games to go. ... Wofford has won a share of the Southern Conference title for the fourth time in school history. ...Wofford is the third-smallest school in Division I football with 1,550 students.

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No. 13 Oklahoma (7-2, 5-1 Big 12) at West Virginia (5-4, 2-4), 7 p.m. EST (FOX)

Line: Oklahoma by 11.

Series Record: Tied 2-2.

WHAT'S AT STAKE

Considered the preseason front-runners in the Big 12, Oklahoma and West Virginia meet for the first time since the 2008 Fiesta Bowl won by the Mountaineers. Barring a meltdown by No. 2 Kansas State, Oklahoma must win its final three games to keep its hopes alive for an at-large BCS bowl berth. West Virginia can become bowl eligible in its debut season in the conference if it breaks a four-game losing streak.

KEY MATCHUP

Landry Jones vs. West Virginia's defense. Jones has thrown for six touchdowns in his last two games after getting none in an Oct. 27 loss to Notre Dame. He is the active career leader among Bowl Subdivision quarterbacks with 15,070 yards, along with completions, attempts and total offense. The Mountaineers are last in the FBS with 344 passing yards allowed per game and are fourth worst in TD passes surrendered with 27.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Oklahoma: RB Damien Williams. The junior is third in the Big 12 at 76 rushing yards per game. He's one of only two players in the FBS with three or more rushing touchdowns of at least 65 yards.

West Virginia: WR-KR-PR Tavon Austin. The Mountaineers' speedy threat would like to atone for a punt that bounced off him last week. Oklahoma State recovered and eventually scored a touchdown. The senior is fifth nationally in all-purpose yards and has a team-high 96 catches for 968 yards and 11 TDs.

FACTS & FIGURES

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops can move within 10 wins of Barry Switzer's school record of 157. ... Oklahoma is 16th in the FBS in total offense at 486 yards per game, six ahead of the Mountaineers. ... West Virginia backup WRs Ivan McCartney and Travares Copeland have left the program in the past week. That means Ryan Nehlen, grandson of WVU Hall of Fame coach Don Nehlen, and Connor Arlia will get more work.

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California (3-8, 2-6 Pac-12) at No. 15 Oregon State (7-2, 5-1) 10:30 p.m. (Pac-12 Network)

Line: Off.

Series Record: Cal leads 34-30.

WHAT'S AT STAKE

It is California's final game of the season. The Beavers have three games remaining: After the Golden Bears they play top-ranked Oregon in the annual Civil War rivalry game before hosting Nicholls State on Dec. 1. The game against Nicholls State was originally scheduled for the opening week of the season, but concerns over Hurricane Isaac and student safety forced its postponement. Nicholls State's campus is in Thibodaux, La.

KEY MATCHUP

Oregon State's passing attack against Cal's pass defense. The Beavers will likely go with Sean Mannion, the team's starter for the first four games of the season. Mannion hurt his left knee, giving the starter's job to Cody Vaz, but Vaz was hurt in last weekend's loss to Stanford. Before his injury, Mannion was throwing an average of 339 yards a game. The Golden Bears are ranked 10th in the league in total defense, allowing 430 yards, and eighth in pass defense allowing 264 yards.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

CAL: RB Isi Sofele. Sofele needs 109 yards for 10th place on the school's career list. Last week he rushed for a season-best 134 yards against No. 1 Oregon. In last year's 23-6 victory over the Beavers, Sofele ran for a career-high 190 yards.

Oregon: WR Markus Wheaton. Wheaton is 14th among receivers nationwide with an average of 97.56 yards per game. The senior has had at least one catch in 32 straight games. He has 197 career catches, fourth all-time at Oregon State, and with nine touchdowns he is closing in on the single-season record of 12 set by James Newson in 2002.

FACTS & FIGURES

Cal has a four-game losing streak, its longest since 2001 when the team opened 0-10. ... Cal could be without QB Zach Maynard, who is nursing a left knee injury, for the second straight game. If he can't go, the Golden Bears will start Allan Bridgford. ... Cal will also likely be without wideout Keenan Allen, who also has a knee injury, for the third straight game. It could be Allen's last game as a Golden Bear, because he could leave school early for the NFL draft. ... It could also be the final game with the Golden Bears for coach Jeff Tedford, whose job security has been questioned this season.

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Minnesota (6-4, 2-4 Big Ten) at No. 16 Nebraska (8-2, 5-1) 3:30 p.m. (BTN)

Line: Nebraska by 20

Series Record: Minnesota leads 29-21-2

WHAT'S AT STAKE

Nebraska can take another step toward locking up the Legends Division title. Losing at home to the Gophers would be a big punch to the gut, but it wouldn't necessarily be a season-wrecker. After all, Michigan still has to play at unbeaten Ohio State next week. The Gophers are bowl eligible and looking to move up in the postseason pecking order.

KEY MATCHUP

Nebraska defensive line vs. Minnesota offensive line. The Huskers lead the Big Ten with 27 sacks and will want to put lots of heat on freshman QB Philip Nelson. Nobody has had much luck stopping DE Eric Martin, who has a conference-leading 7 1/2 sacks. The Gophers have health issues up front. They'll start converted guard Zac Epping at center after Jon Christenson and Zach Mottla went out with injuries. The left side of their line, anchored by Ed and Tommy Olson, is banged up.

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Minnesota: WR A.J. Barker leads the Gophers with 30 catches for 577 yards and seven touchdowns. Barker has been out with an ankle injury, and it isn't known how much he'll play against Nebraska, if at all. The Gophers' passing attack desperately needs this playmaker in the lineup.

Nebraska: RB Ameer Abdullah is poised to go over 1,000 yards for the season and is the first Nebraska back since 1994 to run for 100-plus yards in his first five starts. The Huskers lead the Big Ten in rushing and will be looking to ram the ball right at the Gophers.

FACTS & FIGURES

Minnesota is going for a second straight Big Ten road win for the first time since 2008. ... Nelson is 2-2 as a starter, has passed for 615 yards and six TDs and has thrown 67 passes without an interception. ... Nebraska has won 15 straight against the Gophers since 1963. ... The game marks the 500th game in which Nebraska athletic director Tom Osborne will be in an official role. Osborne was an assistant coach (1962-72) and Hall-of-Fame head coach (1973-97) and AD since 2007. Osborne is retiring Jan. 1. ... The Huskers will salute 29 players on senior day. ... With a win, the Huskers would go unbeaten at home for the first time since 2003.