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Survey: Will a Group of Five team beat a Power Five team in Week One?

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NCAA Football: The American Athletic Conference Championship-Houston at Cincinnati Katie Stratman-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Throughout the year we ask questions of the most plugged-in G5 fans and fans across the country. Sign up here to participate.

Well everybody, you made it to week one. Congratulations! Time to come in from this useless time we call “summer” and get ready for college football season.

If you’re here at UDD on a regular basis, obviously you like G5 football. You probably like it even more when G5 teams get the victory over a team from the Power Five. Even in the first week of the season, there’s the a chance for that to happen. But what do you think? Click your answer below and let us know.

We promise we’ll actually do something with these votes.

For context, here are the G5 matchups against P5 teams this week.

Central Michigan @ #12 Oklahoma State (Thursday, 7 PM ET)

Ball State at Tennessee (Thursday, 7 PM ET)

Louisiana Tech @ Missouri (Thursday, 8 PM ET)

New Mexico State at Minnesota (Thursday, 9 PM ET)

Western Michigan @ #15 Michigan State (Friday, 7 PM ET)

Virginia Tech at Old Dominion (Friday, 7 PM ET)

Colorado State @ #8 Michigan (Saturday, Noon ET)

#13 NC State @ East Carolina (Saturday, Noon ET)

Bowling Green @ UCLA (Saturdau, 2:30 PM ET)

UTEP @ #9 Oklahoma (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET)

#23 Cincinnati @ #19 Arkansas (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET)

Troy @ #21 Ole Miss (Saturday, 4 PM ET)

Rice @ #14 USC (Saturday, 6 PM ET)

Miami (OH) @ #20 Kentucky (Saturday, 7 PM ET)

Utah State @ #1 Alabama (Saturday, 7:30 PM ET)

Memphis at Mississippi State (Saturday, 7:30 PM ET)

ULM at Texas (Saturday, 8 PM ET)

Boise State at Oregon State (Saturday, 10:30 PM ET)