•OHIO STATE (5-0) AT PENN STATE (4-0)
If time has dimmed the Nittany Lions' embarrassment at having been thrashed 38-7 by the Buckeyes last season, the memories will now return. Penn State wideout Joe Jurevicius, held in check by Shawn Springs in 1996, seeks redemption against cornerback Antoine Winfield. Shutting down Jurevicius and tailback Curtis Enis, while also shutting out 96,000 fans, is too much to ask of Ohio State.
•FLORIDA (5-0) AT LSU (4-1)
Coach Gerry DiNardo's rebuilding job has yet to restore the intimidation visiting teams once felt when playing at Tiger Stadium. The Gators will lengthen their SEC winning streak to 26, one short of the record.
•GEORGIA (4-0) AT TENNESSEE (3-1)
Thanks in part to a tough defense—the Bulldogs held Mississippi State to 55 yards rushing last week—Georgia is off to its best start since the Hush-ull era. The Dawgs' D will be sorely tested because the Vols have found a runner: Jamal Lewis rushed for 155 yards against Ole Miss last Saturday. If Lewis gets rolling, Peyton Manning will be unstoppable. If Lewis is stuffed, Manning will still find a way.
•COLORADO (2-2) AT OKLAHOMA STATE (5-0)
The Buffaloes offense is ill, and the Cowboys, fourth nationally in scoring defense, aren't the cure. Colorado quarterback John Hessler hasn't thrown a touchdown pass since the opener, and tailback Herchell Troutman doesn't pronounce his name—or run the ball—as Hush-ull did. Get to know tailback Nathan Simmons, defensive back R.W. McQuarters and the rest of the Cowboys. They'll be around.
•OKLAHOMA (2-3) AT TEXAS (2-2)
Oops, wrong decade.