College football is compelling. And that’s not just because of the longstanding traditions and the huge stadiums filled with passionate, screaming fans. Each week of the season has the feel of playoff intensity — one loss can derail a team’s national championship hopes. The two biggest games this weekend have Auburn heading to the Swamp to take on Florida and Michigan State looking to upset Ohio State in the Horseshoe in Columbus, Ohio.
The Auburn Tigers and Florida Gators are both undefeated and ranked in the top 10. The Gators are tough to beat at home in the Swamp, but they’ll be underdogs on Saturday afternoon against Bo Nix and the Tigers. On Saturday night, the Michigan State Spartans will attempt to slow down the Ohio State Buckeyes, who have won each of their last four games by more than 40 points. With a versatile offense led by quarterback Justin Fields and running back J.K. Dobbins and a swarming defense led by defensive end Chase Young, the Buckeyes have looked like the best team in the country during the first month of the season.
Here’s what cord cutters need to know to watch No. 7 Auburn vs. No. 10 Florida and No. 25 Michigan State vs. No. 4 Ohio State on Saturday.
How to watch Auburn vs. Florida and Michigan State vs. Ohio State
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