College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

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College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Andy » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:13 pm

Top 25 games
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(16) Florida State at (1) Clemson (3:30 pm, ABC)
(2) LSU at (4) Alabama (8 pm, CBS)
Minnesota at (3) Ohio State (8 pm, ABC)
(5) Notre Dame at Pittsburgh (12 pm, ABC)
(6) Baylor at Kansas State (7:30 pm Thursday, FS1)
(7) Michigan State at Nebraska (7 pm, ESPN)
(8) TCU at (14) Oklahoma State (3:30 pm, FOX)
(9) Iowa at Indiana (3:30 pm, ESPN)
Vanderbilt at (10) Florida (12 pm, ESPN)
(11) Stanford at Colorado (1 pm, Pac-12 Network)
(12) Utah at Washington (7:30 pm, FOX)
Navy at (13) Memphis (7 pm, ESPN2)
Iowa State at (15) Oklahoma (7 pm, ESPNU)
Rutgers at (17) Michigan (3:30 pm, BTN – Regional)
Arkansas at (18) Ole Miss (3:30 pm, CBS)
Auburn at (19) Texas A&M (7:30 pm, SEC Network)
(20) Mississippi State at Missouri (9 pm Thursday, ESPN)
Penn State at (21) Northwestern (12 pm, ESPNU)
(22) Temple at SMU (8 pm Friday, ESPN2)
(23) UCLA at Oregon State (4:30 pm, Pac-12 Network)
Northern Illinois at (24) Toledo (8 pm Tuesday, ESPN2)
Cincinnati at (25) Houston (3:30 pm, ESPN2)

Other nationally available games
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Ohio at Bowling Green (8 pm Wednesday, ESPN2)

Buffalo at Kent State (7 pm Thursday, ESPN3)
Arkansas State at Appalachian State (7:30 pm Thursday, ESPNU)
Ball State at Western Michigan (7:30 pm Thursday, CBSSN)
Nevada at Fresno State (10:30 pm Thursday, ESPN2)

Rice at UTEP (8 pm Friday, CBSSN)
BYU at San Jose State (11:30 pm Friday, CBSSN)

Duke at North Carolina (12 pm, ESPN2)
Texas Tech at West Virginia (12 pm, FS1)
Illinois at Purdue (12 pm, BTN)
Florida Atlantic at Western Kentucky (12 pm, FSN)
Kentucky at Georgia (12 pm, SEC Network)
Akron at UMass (12 pm, CBSSN)
UCF at Tulsa (12 pm, ESPNEWS)
NC State at Boston College (12:30 pm, ACC Network – Regional/ESPN3)
Syracuse at Louisville (12:30 pm, ACC Network – Regional/ESPN3)
Virginia at Miami (3 pm, FSN/ESPN3)
Arizona State at Washington State (3:30 pm, FS1)
Wisconsin at Maryland (3:30 pm, BTN – Regional)
Army at Air Force (3:30 pm, ESPNU)
Marshall at Middle Tennessee (3:30 pm, FSN)
Utah State at New Mexico (3:30 pm, CBSSN)
South Carolina at Tennessee (4 pm, SEC Network)
UConn at Tulane (4 pm, ESPNEWS)
South Florida at East Carolina (7:30 pm, CBSSN)
Kansas at Texas (8 pm, LHN)
Arizona at USC (10:30 pm, ESPN)
California at Oregon (10:30 pm, ESPN2)
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Derwood » Sun Nov 01, 2015 8:48 pm

Several weeks ago, I assumed a @Northwestern game was a guaranteed loss. But now that a) I see how good Temple is and b) see how well PSU has played recently and c) see how bad NU has been recently, I feel a lot better. This is the last chance for an 8 win season with UM and MSU after the bye

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby ConstableRabbit » Mon Nov 02, 2015 10:34 am

Derwood wrote:Several weeks ago, I assumed a @Northwestern game was a guaranteed loss. But now that a) I see how good Temple is and b) see how well PSU has played recently and c) see how bad NU has been recently, I feel a lot better. This is the last chance for an 8 win season with UM and MSU after the bye

Northwestern's only losses were against 2 very good teams. They got completely smoked in those games, but they were against good teams. They've also beaten a very good team (Stanford) and a pretty good team (Duke).

It's (obviously) no guaranteed loss for PSU but I wouldn't look at the UM and Iowa games as reasons for optimism.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Derwood » Mon Nov 02, 2015 3:04 pm

If I had to put money on it, I'd bet PSU loses out, but NU is the best chance of the three remaining games to steal a win

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Butterscup » Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:35 pm

Will Mizzou score a touchdown this week? Stay tuned!

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby bcl412 » Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:40 pm

Indiana is a scary team. I hope they continue to really suck at defense.

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:50 pm

bcl412 wrote:Indiana is a scary team. I hope they continue to really suck at defense.

I'm already prepared for a very frustrating loss.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Transmogrified Tiger » Mon Nov 02, 2015 6:59 pm

Butterscup wrote:Will Mizzou score a touchdown this week? Stay tuned!


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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby bukie » Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:21 pm

Committee still swayed by the SEC...

1. Clemson
2. LSU
3. Ohio State
4. Alabama
5. Notre Dame
6. Baylor
7. Michigan State
8. TCU
9. Iowa
10. Florida
11. Stanford
12. Utah
13. Memphis
14. Oklahoma State
15. Oklahoma
16. Florida State
17. Michigan
18. Ole Miss
19. Texas A&M
20. Mississippi State
21. Northwestern
22. Temple
23. UCLA
24. Toledo
25. Houston
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby bcl412 » Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:30 pm

Iowa's remaining schedule is pretty easy but the first part was tougher than it gets credit for. I would have enjoyed at least being ahead of one loss teams for a week. Oh well. I'm not convinced we run the remaining regular season table anyways (let alone beat Ohio State in the championship game)

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Andy » Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:36 pm

Alabama is evidently getting credit for 3 "quality wins" over A&M, Wisconsin and Tennessee, who have combined to beat....?

(notices ND is way higher than I thought and probably than they ought to be)

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby SouthSideRyan » Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:46 pm

Andy wrote:Alabama is evidently getting credit for 3 "quality wins" over A&M, Wisconsin and Tennessee, who have combined to beat....?

(notices ND is way higher than I thought and probably than they ought to be)

These guys are geniuses!


I'm struggling to see how that is noticably better than Iowa's top 3 of Northwestern, Wisconsin, and Pitt.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby bcl412 » Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:48 pm

Beating a 4-4 team being qualified as a quality win is annoying.

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Derwood » Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:51 pm

Well by that criteria, Ohio State's Top 3 wins are Penn State, Indiana and Western Michigan :lol:

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Old Style » Wed Nov 04, 2015 9:20 am

Andy wrote:Alabama is evidently getting credit for 3 "quality wins" over A&M, Wisconsin and Tennessee, who have combined to beat....?

(notices ND is way higher than I thought and probably than they ought to be)

These guys are geniuses!

I was surprised to see A&M as high as we were. We beat ASU to start the season but other than beating UCLA they've been a big disappointment. And we also beat Mississippi State. I don't think that's overly impressive at this point either, despite also being 6-2. Even though they keep denying it, it's obvious that Kyle Allen wasn't right in the last two games which is piss poor timing as that was when we played Alabama and Ole Miss. They definitely deserve credit for winning those games handily but I think they would have been a lot more competitive had Allen been healthy at QB or they had given Kyler Murray a chance to truly run the offense in those games. The QB situation was badly mishandled in our two biggest games of the year.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby OleMissCub » Wed Nov 04, 2015 9:43 am

I'm very thankful that Ole Miss played A&M with a beat-up Allen. Man, he was baaaaaaaaad. Murray is so entertaining to watch. Dude looks like he is in fast forward compared to everyone else on the field.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Old Style » Wed Nov 04, 2015 2:57 pm

I still can't figure out why they waited so damn long to yank him in that game. I get that Murray was on some unannounced suspension but Hubenak should have replaced Allen much, much sooner. We probably still would've lost but maybe we could have dome SOMETHING with him in the game.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Ryne Ween » Wed Nov 04, 2015 8:55 pm

I don't understand how they put Alabama number 4. But because they will beat LSU it will work out for them.

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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby OleMissCub » Thu Nov 05, 2015 9:20 pm

Mizzou just scored a TD against Miss St. It was their first TD in 14 quarters.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby UMFan83 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 1:47 pm

This forum used to be a lot more active in terms of college football discussion.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby soccer10k » Sat Nov 07, 2015 1:54 pm

Florida losing 7-6 at home to Vanderbilt in the fourth quarter.
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Postby Tim » Sat Nov 07, 2015 1:55 pm

UMFan83 wrote:This forum used to be a lot more active in terms of college football discussion.

Yeah, but I made tadowdaddy promise not to post in here as a condition of letting him back in.
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Sat Nov 07, 2015 2:10 pm

soccer10k wrote:Florida losing 7-6 at home to Vanderbilt in the fourth quarter.

And they just took the lead
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Re: College Football - Week 10 (Nov. 7)

Postby jersey cubs fan » Sat Nov 07, 2015 2:31 pm

Northwestern should have tried for the end zone

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