1 Looking for a potential upset next week? No. 22 TCU, whose 27--0 rout of Baylor last Saturday was its fifth straight win over a Big 12 opponent, visits No. 4 Texas, which lost wideout Billy Pittman to a three-game suspension last Friday and struggled offensively in a 21--13 victory over Arkansas State.
2 No. 3 West Virginia may boast the scariest attack in the country, but the Mountaineers' defense better improve if they want to contend for a national title. Western Michigan completed 60% of its passes—including eight catches of 14 yards or longer—in a 62--24 West Virginia win.
3 Expect Notre Dame's quarterback controversy to linger. Freshman Jimmy Clausen will take over eventually, but Irish coach Charlie Weis can't afford to play him behind an inept line that allowed nine sacks in a 33--3 loss to Georgia Tech.