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Did anyone predict the Kansas City Chiefs would be the last undefeated team in the NFL this season? I know I never expected the Chiefs to go 7-0.

Thursday, Oct. 24

College football (6:30-10 p.m., ESPN): If the Mississippi State Bulldogs are going to keep their slim bowl hopes alive, they must win at home against SEC East foe the Kentucky Wildcats.

Friday, Oct. 25

College football (7-10 p.m., ESPN): This should be an exciting game with plenty of action on offense as the BYU Cougars host the Boise State Broncos.

Saturday, Oct. 26

College football (6-9 p.m., FCSC): Southern Miss looks to break the nation's longest losing streak and send the homecoming fans home happy against North Texas. ... College football (6:30-10 p.m., CSS): Ole Miss has a better chance to get a win and send its homecoming fans home happy against Idaho.

Sunday, Oct. 27

NFL (12-3 p.m., CBS): The New Orleans Saints look to get back winning at home against the Buffalo Bills after a bye week. ... MLB (7-11 p.m., Fox): Unless either team has already blazed to four wins and the title, game five of the 2013 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals could be a nailbiter featuring the two best teams in the nation.

Tuesday, Oct. 29

NHL (6:30-9 p.m., NBCSP): Get your hockey fix as the Tampa Bay Lightning face the New Jersey Devils.

Wednesday, Oct. 30

College football (7-10 p.m., ESPN2): Check out two teams from the newly formed American Athletic Conference as the Memphis Tigers host the Cincinnati Bearcats.

Kansas City might be the only remaining undefeated team, but a couple teams are still working to get victory number one for the season: The 
Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are both winless so far.

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