The best games of Week 6 largely lived up to the hype. While there are less games between Top 25 teams, some of the biggest playoff contenders face massive tests to prove their worth this weekend. Here are the best games of Week 7:

4. North Carolina State Wolfpack at #3 Clemson Tigers, 12:00 ET

Beware of the trap game; Clemson should easily uphold their playoff contender status against the Wolfpack, but North Carolina State may feel inspired after winning a sloppy, wet game against Notre Dame last week.Clemson 49, North Carolina State 16

3. #12 Ole Miss Rebels at #22 Arkansas Razorbacks, Saturday 7:00 ET

These teams already have a common opponent this season - Alabama, who they both fell victim to.

Ole Miss is embroiled in some controversy this week, as starting quarterback Chad Kelly ran on to the field of a high school brawl to protect is brother last weekend. He's not expected to face discipline for this game, which will allow Ole Miss to hang on to their best player.Ole Miss 42, Arkansas 28

2. #2 Ohio State Buckeyes at #8 Wisconsin Badgers, Saturday 8:00 ET

Wisconsin may very well be overrated. Their ranking can largely be contributed to an opening week upset over an LSU team that proved to be so bad this season that they had to fire their longtime coach Les Miles. That doesn't mean they're an easy out, though. Camp Randall is one of the most lively and intimidating home venues in college Football, and Buckeyes quarterback J.T.

Barrett will largely struggle communicating play calls to his team. Their talent should be enough to overcome the obstacles.Ohio State 28, Wisconsin 26

1. #1 Alabama Crimson Tide at #9 Tennessee Volunteers, Saturday 3:30 ET

Tennessee is reeling after their first loss of the season (at Texas A&M), but their health is returning somewhat and their team is returning home.

Alabama looked good in their Week 6 test against Arkansas, but their secondary will have to prevent big yardage plays to knock off the Volunteers in Knoxville.Alabama 31, Tennessee 22

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