College football Saturday: The six best games to watch and stream

The Times will highlight the top college football games worth watching each week.

Here’s a rundown of six games in Week 11 of the 2022 season that should be worth your viewing time. All times are Pacific.

Arkansas could play the role of spoiler and also make itself bowl eligible with a victory in this late morning local time kickoff at Fayetteville, Ark. 

A loss could delay Louisiana State from clinching the SEC West Division, especially if Mississippi beats Alabama. Last week, the Razorbacks were upset at home by Liberty, 21-19, when the Flames made a late goal-line stop on a two-point conversion attempt.

Alabama heads across the border to Oxford, Miss., to face former assistant coach Lane Kiffin in this SEC West Division encounter. 

The Crimson Tide haven’t lost three regular season games since 2010 but face that possibility after dropping two earlier to Tennessee and Louisiana State. 

Alabama has won the last six games in the series and its offense hopes to capitalize on Mississippi’s inconsistent defense, which is allowing averages of 21 points and 378 total yards per game. Alabama is favored by 11½ points.

With first place at stake in the American Athletic Conference, Tulane will host a game between two ranked teams for the first time since 1949.

Tulane moved its home games in 2014 from the Superdome in New Orleans back to its campus stadium. Junior quarterback Michael Pratt and running back Tyjae Spears lead a Green Wave offense that is averaging over 418 total yards and just under 33 points.