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Dak Prescott is still interception-free after another week in the NFL. The Dallas QB has thrown 155 passes without being picked off.

Thursday, Oct. 13

NFL (7:25-11 p.m., CBS): The defending Super Bowl champions, the Denver Broncos, take a short trip to face the San Diego Chargers.

Friday, Oct. 14

College football (9:15 p.m.-1 a.m., ESPN): Mississippi State faces a must-win road game against Brigham Young if there is going to be any hope of a bowl game at the end of this season.

Saturday, Oct. 15

College football (6-10 p.m., ESPN): Expect for things to get wild when the UM Rebels and Arkansas Razorbacks mix it up. ... College football (6:30-10:30 p.m. SECN): Southern Miss tries to gain its second SEC win this season against LSU.

Sunday, Oct. 16

NFL (11 a.m.-7 p.m., FOX): Tune in for a doubleheader in which the Saints return from their bye week to face the Panthers, and Prescott may make his final start with the Cowboys against the Packers before Tony Romo returns.

Monday, Oct. 17

NFL (7:30-11 p.m., ESPN): The New York Jets, who only have one win so far this season, travel west to face the Arizona Cardinals in an AFC East-NFC West matchup.

Tuesday, Oct. 18

MLB (TBA, TBS): Watch game four of the American League Championship Series, with the winner of this series earning the right to play in the World Series.

Wednesday, Oct. 19

MLB (TBA, FOX or FOX Sports 1): Watch game four of the National League Championship Series, where the winner will face the AL champion for the world title.

Prescott is now just eight pass attempts without an interception away from breaking Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's record as the best start of a career. He had his first turnover when the Bengals sack-stripped him last week.

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