College Football 2012 Schedule: South Carolina vs. LSU, Stanford's trip to Notre Dame headlines Saturday

Matt Cashore-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Highlighting the week's biggest games on the college football schedule.

The seventh week of the college football season is upon us. Let's take a look at the schedule for the state of Arizona and some of the bigger games around the country.

In local Arizona action, the Arizona Wildcats and Arizona St. Sun Devils are idle on Saturday. The Wildcats had a bye week, while ASU played Colorado on Thursday night. The Northern Arizona Lumberjacks play North Dakota at 4 p.m. ET.

Other notable Pac-12 matchups include No. 11 USC making a trip to take on the Washington Huskies, and the Oregon St. Beavers, who are ranked 10th and will be without quarterback Sean Mannion, are heading to Provo to take on the BYU Cougars.

In other action around the country, the annual Red River Shootout between Texas and Oklahoma is set for a noon kickoff. No. 17 Stanford heads to No. 7 Notre Dame with hopes to ruin their undefeated season. The week's biggest game is between No. 3 South Carolina and No. 9 LSU, which will have huge implications on the SEC standings. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. ET in Death Valley.

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