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The march toward the 2015 NFL Draft begins...

Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

FOOTBALL. Ah. My soul is soothed.

While we've got a Rams game slicing the college action in half, on both sides of our last preseason game sit some interesting college battles that, well, matter more.

Take a look at my watchlist for the week for the preview copy; I've got the 2015 NFL Draft prospects listed out from Texas A&M- South Carolina (6pm on the SEC Network) and Boise St.-Ole Miss (8pm on ESPN) below. If you're looking for volume, the former is your game. I've got 22 prospects in the all-SEC clash and just 11 in the latter. That being said if you're looking for quality, I might point to Ole Miss. Granted, the big names for the Rebs aren't eligible yet, but between their sophomores and freshman, you could be looking at a handful of future first round selections.

There's plenty of action all around though, and if you're tuning in to one of the lower tier games, let us know what you're seeing.

Of course, we've got tons of action coming on Saturday...but let's leave that to the weekend.

Tonight, we dine.

Time Road team Home team TV Streaming
6 p.m. No. 21 Texas A&M No. 9 South Carolina SEC Network WatchESPN
7 p.m. Chattanooga Central Michigan WatchESPN
7 p.m. Eastern Illinois Minnesota Big Ten Network BTN2GO
7 p.m. Howard Akron WatchESPN
7 p.m. Presbyterian Northern Illinois WatchESPN
7 p.m. Wake Forest ULM ESPN U WatchESPN
7:30 p.m. Idaho State Utah Pac-12 Network Pac-12.com
8 p.m. Cal Poly New Mexico State WatchESPN
8 p.m. Tulane Tulsa CBSSN ulive.cbssports.com
8 p.m. (Atlanta, GA) Boise State No. 18 Ole Miss ESPN WatchESPN
9:15 p.m. Temple Vanderbilt SEC Network WatchESPN
10 p.m. North Dakota San Jose State WatchESPN
10 p.m. (Seattle, WA) Rutgers Washington State FS1 Fox Sports GO
10:30 p.m. Weber State No. 19 Arizona State Pac-12 Network Pac-12.com
Texas A&M at South Carolina (SEC, 6:00pm)
Cedric Ogbuehi LT RS Sr. Texas A&M 1st
Mike Matthews C Jr. Texas A&M 2nd-3rd
Germain Ifedi OL RS Soph. Texas A&M 2nd-4th
Deshazor Everett CB Sr. Texas A&M 3rd-5th
Jarvis Harrison G RS Sr. Texas A&M 3rd-5th
Drew Kaser P RS Jr. Texas A&M 5th-7th
Alonzo Williams DT Jr. Texas A&M 5th-UD
De'Vante Harris CB Jr. Texas A&M 6th-UD
Joseph Cheek OL Jr. Texas A&M 6th-UD
Tra Carson RB RS Jr. Texas A&M 6th-UD
Julien Obioha DE Jr. Texas A&M 7th-UD
A.J. Cann G RS Sr. South Carolina 1st-2nd
Mike Davis RB Jr. South Carolina 1st-2nd
Corey Robinson OT RS Sr. South Carolina 2nd-4th
Brandon Shell OT RS Jr. South Carolina 3rd-5th
Shaq Roland WR Jr. South Carolina 3rd-5th
J.T. Surratt DT RS Sr. South Carolina 4th-6th
Kaiwan Lewis LB Jr. South Carolina 4th-6th
Cody Waldrop C RS Soph. South Carolina 4th-6th
Rory Anderson TE Sr. South Carolina 4th-7th
Chaz Elder FS RS Soph. South Carolina 5th-UD
Kadetrix Marcus FS Sr. South Carolina 7th-UD
Boise St. at Ole Miss* (ESPN, 8:00pm)
Jay Ajayi RB RS Jr. Boise St. 2nd-4th
Matt Miller WR RS Sr. Boise St. 4th-6th
Darian Thompson FS RS Jr. Boise St. 5th-7th
Ben Weaver OLB RS Soph. Boise St. 6th-UD
Cody Prewitt FS Sr. Ole Miss 2nd-4th
C.J. Johnson DE/OLB Sr. Ole Miss 3rd-6th
Denzel Nkemdiche OLB Jr. Ole Miss 4th-7th
Senquez Golson CB Sr. Ole Miss 5th-7th
Serderius Bryant OLB/S Sr. Ole Miss 5th-7th
Aaron Morris G RS Jr. Ole Miss 5th-7th
Bo Wallace QB Sr. Ole Miss 6th-UD