The excitement is palpable as we head into Week 2 of the college football season. This week, Nebraska heads to Colorado and Alabama hosts Texas in what promises to be a thrilling weekend of games. The question on everyone’s lips though: will Caleb Williams stay at USC for an extra year?

Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and Sports Illustrated’s Pat Forde have given their picks against the spread for these big-ticket matchups. 🏈

Nebraska vs Colorado is shaping up to be a fascinating contest. Nebraska has been preparing hard for this match, knowing that they’ll need every bit of strength and strategy they can muster against Colorado who are known for their strong defense.

Meanwhile, down south in Alabama, the Crimson Tide is gearing up to host Texas. It’s no secret that Alabama boasts one of the most formidable teams in college football history with an impressive record under coach Nick Saban.

However, Texas isn’t one to back down from a challenge either. They’ve shown time and again that they’re capable of holding their own even when faced with tough opponents like Alabama.

This brings us neatly onto our third talking point – Caleb Williams at USC. As arguably one of the best quarterbacks currently playing college football, there’s been much speculation about whether he’ll stay on an extra year at USC or declare himself eligible for NFL Draft next spring.

Williams certainly has plenty going his way if he does decide to take another lap around Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before moving onto greener pastures – namely his excellent rapport with Coach Clay Helton and considerable talent which could see him leading Trojans’ offense once more next fall if he decides not leave early.

Wetzel argues that staying might indeed be best move while Dellenger points out potential benefits declaring early could bring such as opportunity start earning immediately rather than waiting another year potentially risking injury meantime.

Forde however takes slightly different stance suggesting Williams should weigh both options carefully before making final decision. He believes that regardless of what Williams chooses, his future in football is bright.

As we look forward to the games this weekend, there’s a lot at stake for all teams involved. Nebraska and Colorado will be battling it out for bragging rights while Alabama and Texas vie for dominance in their respective conferences.

And as for Caleb Williams – only time will tell what he decides to do. Whatever he chooses though, one thing is certain: college football fans across the country are eagerly waiting on tenterhooks to see how these Week 2 matchups play out.

So grab your popcorn folks because it looks like we’re in for another exciting round of college football action!