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All this is built on it. The best weekend of the college football season so far.

The biggest test in the program for No 1 Alabama comes this week at Baton Rouge against him no. 4 LSU. The tide has gone through the first two months of the season and seemed incomparable, but that would be their first challenge against defending the defense in a hostile environment.

Bets could not be higher. Alabama gets the West with a victory, while the Tigers will get the inner part in the division. The winner also gets a tremendous boost to the football football's hopes of College.

The show, however, is not the only huge game in the SEC this week. No. 5 Georgia travels to Kentucky's No. 12 to settle things in the East. Both the Bulldog and the Wildcats have a championship loss and a conference after Saturday, so the winner completes the segment and a trip to Atlanta.

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Meanwhile, there is the issue of the Great Ten of the East. No. 5 Michigan hosts Penn State # 13 with Wolverines hoping to expand their turn of seven games and stay undefeated at the congress. Nittany Lions will have an incentive even if they have only the hopes of winning the division. They will provide the greatest test for Jim Harbaugh's team from the time he opened his loss to Notre Dame.

There is also a basic contest at Big 12 with No 10 West Virginia visiting Texas No. 15. Climbers and Longhorns are two parts of a three-dimensional draw for the first time with Oklahoma. The home team will recover after losing last week to Oklahoma State. The visitor must demonstrate his ability to win on the road after the challenge in the state of Iowa.