Week six of the college football season brings a huge slate of pivotal conference games with 23 ranked teams competing on the field on Saturday. Among the highlights are three matches between seeded teams facing each other as the 2022 season approaches halfway as the league and national title contenders seek to separate themselves from the group.
Ranked first in the week six noon EST window features the visit of #8 Tennessee to #25 LSU, as well as the showdown between the 12 big unbeaten teams as #17 TCU travels to face #19 KS. Michigan No. 4 will also be part of the early wave of the day as the undefeated Wolverines play their first road game against Indiana. Four of the nation’s top 10 teams will be in action over the afternoon, highlighted by Georgia’s second game with Auburn in the SEC on CBS Game of the Week and Ohio State’s No. 3 trip to Michigan State.
In the evening window, No. 5 Clemson hosts Boston College, No. 6 USC hosts Washington State and No. 1 Alabama Texas A&M hosts the second leg of the SEC this week on double-headed CBS.
CBS Sports will be here every step of the way to keep you informed of the latest results, highlights and storylines throughout the day. All times are oriental
College football scores, table: week 6
No. 4 Michigan 31, Indiana 10- a summary
No. 8 TN 40, No. 25 LSU 13 – Takeaway, summary
No. 17 TCU 38, No. 19 KS 31 – a summary
No. 23 Mississippi 40, Arkansas 17- a summary
Texas 49, Oklahoma 0 – Takeaway, summary
No. 2 Georgia 42, Auburn 10- Takeaway, summary
No. 7 Oklahoma State 41, Texas Tech 31 – a summary
No. 18 UCLA 42, No. 11 Utah 32 – a summary
No. 3 Ohio State 49, Michigan State 20 – Takeaway, summary
No. 5 Clemson at Boston College – ABC – GameTracker
Washington State at No. 6 USC – Fox – GameTracker
No. 16 BYU in Notre Dame – NBC – GameTracker
Texas A&M at No. 1 Alabama – 8 p.m. on CBS – Expert picks and preview
Check out the entire week 6 scoreboard
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