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College Football 2003
Week Three - September 11-13
College Football 2003
After a ton of exciting action in Week Two that included Miami's come-from-behind win over Florida and Notre Dame's thrilling comeback victory in overtime against Washington State, there are plenty of top matchups around the country this weekend. There is one game each on Thursday and Friday evening on ESPN, the first a PAC 10/Mountain West battle between Cal and Utah, and the second a MAC showdown between Toledo and Marshall.

Saturday's action kicks off with College GameDay on ESPN at 9:30 AM CDT before the full slate of games kicks off at 11:00 AM CDT. One of the top games to look forward to this weekend is a matchup of two top QBs in Philip Rivers and Craig Krenzel as NC State visits Ohio State (11:10 AM CDT on ABC). In Ann Arbor, MI, Notre Dame pays a visit to the Wolverines (2:30 PM CDT on ABC). The Irish slipped past UM last season by just two points. A few other non-conference matchups to keep an eye on: Arkansas at Texas (11:00 AM CDT on ABC), Louisville at Syracuse (12:30 PM CDT), Purdue at Wake Forest (11:00 AM CDT on ESPN), Hawaii at Southern Cal (3:00 PM CDT on FSN), and Penn State at Nebraska (7:00 PM CDT on ABC). There are also a few intriguing conference games this weekend, one each in the ACC, SEC, and Mountain West: Georgia Tech at Florida State (7:00 PM CDT on ABC), South Carolina at Georgia (2:30 PM CDT on CBS), and BYU at New Mexico (7:00 PM CDT on ESPNGamePlan). Be sure to check back to SCS.com following the weekend's action for a complete recap and a look ahead to Week Four.

SCS.com Football Pick 'Em
SCS.com Pick 'Em Contest
The SCS.com Pick 'Em Contest has made its return for the third straight season. As in the past two years, twenty games are picked each and every college football weekend beginning with the weekend of August 30th and following up right through the conference championship games and postseason bowl games.
SCS.com Pick 'Em Contest
Standings will be updated weekly on this site, usually on Sunday evening following the action on Sunday. The winner is determined by total wins; winning percentage is not taken into account. Exactly 50 people have signed up to play this season. With the contest now in full force, the trophy to the left is given out to the contestant with the best record each week. This week's award goes to ULM1999. For all the info on this year's contest, use the links below.



Who Signed It?The eleventh edition of this contest was just added. Click on the link below to participate. All you have to do is read the clues provided about the college sports star, look at the signature provided, and guess who the mystery athlete is. There's a link provided below the clues so you can get the correct answer instantly! This feature will be updated with a new athlete periodically.

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