Jim Harbaugh scans the schedule for other good games. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Saturday, Nov. 18

Time Game TV
Noon Mercer at No. 1 Alabama SEC Network
Noon Virginia at No. 3 Miami ABC
Noon No. 24 Michigan at No. 5 Wisconsin Fox
Noon Louisiana-Monroe at No. 6 Auburn ESPN2
Noon No. 12 TCU at Texas Tech Fox Sports 1
Noon No. 15 UCF at Temple ESPNU
Noon No. 16 Mississippi State at Arkansas CBS
Noon SMU at No. 21 Memphis ESPNews
Noon Minnesota at No. 23 Northwestern Big Ten Network
Noon Rutgers at Indiana Big Ten Network
Noon Texas at West Virginia ESPN
Noon Delaware State at Florida State NBC Sports Washington Plus (in D.C. area)
Noon Cincinnati at East Carolina CBS Sports Network
12:20 Pittsburgh at Virginia Tech WDCA-20 (in D.C. area)
12:30 Harvard at Yale CNBC
12:30 Lafayette at Lehigh MASN (in D.C. area)
3 Arizona State at Oregon State Pac-12 Network
3:30 No. 4 Oklahoma at Kansas ESPN
3:30 Kentucky at No. 7 Georgia CBS
3:30 Navy at No. 8 Notre Dame NBC
3:30 Illinois at No. 9 Ohio State ABC
3:30 Kansas State at No. 13 Oklahoma State ESPN2
3:30 Georgia Tech at Duke NBC Sports Washington Plus (in D.C. area)
3:30 Purdue at Iowa Big Ten Network
3:30 Syracuse at Louisville ESPNU
3:30 San Jose State at Colorado State CBS Sports Network
4 Maryland at No. 17 Michigan State Fox
4 Nebraska at No. 10 Penn State Fox Sports 1
4 Wofford at South Carolina SEC Network
4 UAB at Florida SEC Network
4 Houston at Tulane ESPNews
7 No. 20 LSU at Tennessee ESPN
7 Texas A&M at Mississippi ESPN2
7 Arizona at Oregon Pac-12 Network
7 Boston College at U-Conn. CBS Sports Network
7:30 No. 19 N.C. State at Wake Forest ESPNU
7:30 Missouri at Vanderbilt SEC Network
8 UCLA at No. 11 Southern Cal ABC
8 California at No. 22 Stanford Fox
10:15 Air Force at No. 25 Boise State ESPN2
10:30 Utah at No. 18 Washington ESPN
10:30 Nevada at San Diego State CBS Sports Network

Remember last weekend? Last weekend was great. This weekend is not last weekend. There are only four games Saturday featuring Power Five teams that both have winning records. First up is Wisconsin-Michigan, which has the added bonus of being the day’s only game featuring two teams in the College Football Playoff top 25. The Badgers look to bolster a strength of schedule that ranks just 63rd nationally according to Jeff Sagarin’s metrics, the worst among the CFP top 10. Sagarin’s ratings say Michigan is the toughest opponent Wisconsin will have faced this season, just ahead of Iowa, which last weekend could muster only 66 total yards against the Badgers. The Wolverines’ offense has been similarly challenged this season, ranking 94th nationally in yards per game. Wisconsin’s offense would be better if its primary players could stop it with all the turnovers. Quarterback Alex Hornibrook has thrown for 1,863 yards and 17 touchdowns, but he also has 12 interceptions. Running back Jonathan Taylor averages 152.5 yards per game (fourth nationally), but he’s also fumbled six times, losing four of them. . . .

The Miami turnover chain is all the rage these days, possibly because the Hurricanes have eight takeaways over their past two games and 24 on the season. But Virginia, Miami’s opponent Saturday, has just 12 turnovers on the season, with nearly half of them coming in just two games (three against Boston College, two against Louisville). . . .

College basketball season has begun, which usually is everyone’s cue to forget Kentucky has a football team. But the Wildcats have somewhat quietly picked up seven wins this season and could conceivably reach double-digit victories for the first time since 1977. Kentucky would have to beat Georgia, however, something that’s happened just twice over the teams’ last 20 meetings and only 12 times since the teams started playing each other in 1939. The Bulldogs should be salty after last weekend’s debacle against Auburn, in which its two-headed running back monster of Nick Chubb and Sony Michel combined for just 48 yards on 20 carries. Kentucky running back Benny Snell, meanwhile, has rushed for 472 yards and nine touchdowns over his past three games, but that yardage has been amassed against Tennessee, Mississippi and Vanderbilt, teams that rank 127th, 126th and 116th nationally in rushing defense. Georgia ranks fifth. . . .

If you’ve made it this far, might as well check out North Carolina State-Wake Forest, if only to watch a Demon Deacons team that’s put up 106 points in its last two ACC games, came back from a 17-point second-quarter deficit to beat Syracuse by 21 last weekend and racked up at least 300 yards both passing and rushing in the process (it’s the first time the Demon Deacons ever have done that). . . .

All eyes will be on Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold during UCLA-USC, and for good reason: Both could go high in next spring’s NFL draft. But Trojans running back Ronald Jones II has rushed for 552 yards over his past three games and now gets to face a Bruins rushing defense that’s allowing 302.3 yards per game, the worst mark in the nation.