Lamest time window: Everything before 7 p.m. Saturday. Get your yard work done this weekend, because next weekend's slate looks loaded. Noon: Penn State at Pitt. Panthers RB James Conner's return from cancer is the best story in the sport. Period. 3:30: Tulsa at No. 4 Ohio State. Like offense? These teams combined for 1,288 yards and 122 points in Week 1. 7: Arkansas at No. 15 TCU. An old Southwest Conference showdown will show whether the Horned Frogs are Big 12 (and playoff) contenders. 7:30: BYU at Utah. The Holy War is always intense. 8: Virginia Tech vs. No. 17 Tennessee. Worth checking out to see what college football looks like at a NASCAR track (Bristol Motor Speedway). Five-star debuts After serving a one-game suspension for punching a woman in a viral video, five-star defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons is expected to make his Mississippi State debut today against South Carolina. A look at some other five-stars' first games this year: Georgia QB Jacob Eason: 8-of-12 passing, 131 yards, 1 TD in 33-24 win over North Carolina Houston DL Ed Oliver: 7 tackles, 2 sacks in 33-23 upset win over Oklahoma Clemson DL Dexter Lawrence: 10 tackles, 1 sack, 1 pass breakup in 19-13 win at Auburn Arizona State WR N'Keal Harry: 1 rushing TD, 4 catches in 44-13 win over Northern Arizona Underrated rivalries 1. Penn State at Pitt: Two standout running backs (Penn State's Saquon Barkley and Pitt's James Conner) square off in the first matchup between the schools since 2000. Nittany Lions CB Amani Oruwariye (Gaither High) had his first career interception last week and will try to give Penn State its eighth win in the past nine meetings. 2. BYU at Utah: Fifteen of the past 20 Holy Wars have been decided by seven points or fewer, including December's Las Vegas Bowl. 3. Iowa State at No. 16 Iowa: Can Cyclones WR Dondre Daley (Tarpon Springs/Anclote) crack Iowa's strong secondary and win back the Cy-Hawk Trophy? Kenny Thrill Arkansas coach Bret Bielema will have the odd fortune of preparing to play QB Kenny Hill for the second time — with a second team. When Hill was at Texas A&M in 2014, he threw for 386 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-28 overtime win over the Razorbacks. Hill has since transferred to No. 15 TCU, and Bielema has noticed plenty of growth. "He's just got a maturity to him," Bielema said. 'GameDay' breakdown "You don't make a judgment of your identity, your team through one game," Tennessee coach Butch Jones said after needing overtime to beat Appalachian State. But a poor showing against Virginia Tech at Bristol Motor Speedway would suggest that the No. 17 Volunteers' potential might not match their production — again. QB Joshua Dobbs had only seven true rushing attempts last week and will likely get more this week against a traditionally sound Hokies defense.