The final full week of the 2021 college football regular season is underway and it brings another loaded schedule of important games on CBS Sports Network. Action began Friday afternoon with a MAC showdown with Bowling Green defeating Ohio 21-10 and continues until late Saturday night, when Nevada and Colorado State square off in a Mountain West clash.
Also in action on Saturday will be No. 24 Houston, which caps its regular season by traveling to play UConn before it plays No. 4 Cincinnati in the AAC Championship Game next week. The biggest game on the CBS Sports Network docket for the weekend, however, comes from Conference USA, as Marshall and Western Kentucky pit their contrasting strengths against each other.
The Thundering Herd and Hilltoppers will be playing for a spot in next week's Conference USA Championship Game as WKU looks to snap a four-game losing streak in the series with their C-USA East foe.
Here is the full rundown of all the Week 13 action on CBS Sports Network with all times Eastern.
Nevada at Colorado State
Date: Saturday, Nov. 27 | Time: 9 p.m.
Location: Canvas Stadium -- Fort Collins, Colorado
TV: CBS Sports Network [Channel finder]
Live stream: CBSSports.com | Mobile: CBS Sports App
Spread: Nevada -4 | Will the Wolf Pack cover the spread? Check out SportsLine's Week 13 college football projections here.
Storylines: The Rams have dropped five straight since winning consecutive games in October and are now 3-8. At 7-4, Nevada has had a much better season, but the Wolf Pack are also on a slide, having lost consecutive games against quality foes Air Force and San Diego State by a total of four points. But with a win against Colorado State and a bowl victory, Nevada can still finish with nine wins, which would be its most in a season since 2010.
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