College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

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College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby Andy » Sun Nov 04, 2018 9:47 pm

Top 25 games
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(16) Mississippi State at (1) Alabama (3:30 pm, CBS)
(2) Clemson at (17) Boston College (8 pm, ABC)
Florida State at (3) Notre Dame (7:30 pm, NBC)
(4) Michigan at Rutgers (3:30 pm, BTN)
(24) Auburn at (5) Georgia (7 pm, ESPN)
Oklahoma State at (6) Oklahoma (3:30 pm, ABC)
(7) LSU at Arkansas (7:30 pm, SEC Network)
(8) Washington State at Colorado (3:30 pm, ESPN)
TCU at (9) West Virginia (12 pm, FS1)
(10) Ohio State at (18) Michigan State (12 pm, FOX)
(11) Kentucky at Tennessee (3:30 pm, SEC Network)
Navy at (12) UCF (12 pm, ESPN2)
Louisville at (13) Syracuse (7 pm Friday, ESPN2)
Wake Forest at (14) NC State (7:30 pm Thursday, ESPN)
South Carolina at (15) Florida (12 pm, ESPN)
(19) Texas at Texas Tech (7:30 pm, FOX)
Wisconsin at (20) Penn State (12 pm, ABC)
Northwestern at (21) Iowa (3:30 pm, FOX)
Baylor at (22) Iowa State (3:30 pm, FS1)
(23) Fresno State at Boise State (10:15 pm Friday, ESPN2)

Other nationally available games
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Kent State at Buffalo (7:30 pm Tuesday, ESPNU)

Ohio at Miami (OH) (7 pm Wednesday, ESPNU)
Toledo at Northern Illinois (8 pm Wednesday, ESPN2)

Ole Miss at Texas A&M (12 pm, CBS)
Illinois at Nebraska (12 pm, BTN - Regional)
Maryland at Indiana (12 pm, BTN - Regional)
Kansas at Kansas State (12 pm, FSN)
Tulsa at Memphis (12 pm, ESPNU)
Vanderbilt at Missouri (12 pm, SEC Network)
Lafayette at Army (12 pm, CBSSN)
Akron at Eastern Michigan (12 pm, ESPN3)
SMU at UConn (12 pm, ESPN3)
North Carolina at Duke (12:20 pm, ACC Network/ESPN3)
UCLA at Arizona State (2 pm, Pac-12 Network)
North Texas at Old Dominion (2 pm, ESPN3)
Liberty at Virginia (3 pm, FSN/ESPN3)
Purdue at Minnesota (3:30 pm, ESPN2)
Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh (3:30 pm, ESPNU)
New Mexico at Air Force (3:30 pm, CBSSN)
East Carolina at Tulane (4 pm, ESPNEWS)
Appalachian State at Texas State (4 pm, ESPN3)
San Jose State at Utah State (4 pm, Facebook)
Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic (5 pm, Facebook)
Oregon at Utah (5:30 pm, Pac-12 Network)
Miami at Georgia Tech (7 pm, ESPN2)
South Florida at Cincinnati (7 pm, ESPNU)
Temple at Houston (7 pm, CBSSN)
Oregon State at Stanford (9 pm, Pac-12 Network)
California at USC (10:30 pm, ESPN)
UNLV at San Diego State (10:30 pm, ESPN2)
Colorado State at Nevada (10:30 pm, ESPNU)
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby Andy » Thu Nov 08, 2018 4:51 pm

Ian Book out for ND with a rib injury (some sources saying kidney injury), Brandon Wimbush in for this week and possibly more.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby UMFan83 » Sat Nov 10, 2018 7:56 pm

I’ve never seen a punter have such an affect on a game as this OSU-MSU game. In a 1 score game, the punt team forced MSU to start 5 straight drives inside the 6 yard line. MSU took a safety to try to change field position and then OSUs punter pinned them at the 2 again. Next play a fumble in the end zone for an OSU TD. Crazy
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:52 pm

UMFan83 wrote:I’ve never seen a punter have such an affect on a game as this OSU-MSU game. In a 1 score game, the punt team forced MSU to start 5 straight drives inside the 6 yard line. MSU took a safety to try to change field position and then OSUs punter pinned them at the 2 again. Next play a fumble in the end zone for an OSU TD. Crazy

and his first punt of the day was 4 yards
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby bukie » Sun Nov 11, 2018 12:10 am

Northwestern wins the Big Ten West despite going 0-3 in non conference.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Sun Nov 11, 2018 1:01 am

bukie wrote:Northwestern wins the Big Ten West despite going 0-3 in non conference.

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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby NewUserName » Sun Nov 11, 2018 1:10 am

Ding Dong Johnson wrote:
bukie wrote:Northwestern wins the Big Ten West despite going 0-3 in non conference.

the b1g is trash


I disagree
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby OleMissCub » Sun Nov 11, 2018 3:04 pm

One of the worst calls you’ll EVER see

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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby Wilson A2000 » Sun Nov 11, 2018 3:32 pm

Davidson rushed for a NCAA record 789 yards and lost https://www.yahoo.com/sports/davidson-s ... 20652.html
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby soccer10k » Sun Nov 11, 2018 3:32 pm

Watching live, it looked legit at first. Guy sticks his arm out right as the Bama player dives then puts his arms up like he didn’t do anything (which seems to happen on like 98% of blocks in the back). The difference is in this case he didn’t do anything. And the ref hi threw the flag was in the right position but that happened to be the worst view to make that call correctly.

But yeah, the ref blew that thing horribly.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby UMFan83 » Sun Nov 11, 2018 4:34 pm

bukie wrote:Northwestern wins the Big Ten West despite going 0-3 in non conference.


Be interesting to see how the committee looks at Big Ten if a 1 loss OSU or Michigan beats NW while a 1 loss Oklahoma is beating West Virginia for the second week in a row.

Right now basically 4 of these 6 are going the make the playoff:

-Alabama
-Georgia
-OU/WVU 2x winner
-OSU/UM winner
-Clemson
-Notre Dame

Outside shot of Washington State or UCF
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby bukie » Sun Nov 11, 2018 5:10 pm

I don't think there is any realistic path for UCF to make the playoff. At this point, the interesting scenario would be if Clemson, ND, Michigan and Georgia win out with Bama losing to Georgia in the SEC championship. Would be awful for SEC to steal two spots two years straight.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby OleMissCub » Sun Nov 11, 2018 5:18 pm

bukie wrote:I don't think there is any realistic path for UCF to make the playoff. At this point, the interesting scenario would be if Clemson, ND, Michigan and Georgia win out with Bama losing to Georgia in the SEC championship. Would be awful for SEC to steal two spots two years straight.


I don’t see a G5 team ever making the playoff until it expands. For a G5 team to make a 4 team playoff they’d have to have one hell of a schedule, but the problem is that nobody wants to schedule a G5 team good enough to knock them off.
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Postby UMFan83 » Sun Nov 11, 2018 5:21 pm

bukie wrote:I don't think there is any realistic path for UCF to make the playoff. At this point, the interesting scenario would be if Clemson, ND, Michigan and Georgia win out with Bama losing to Georgia in the SEC championship. Would be awful for SEC to steal two spots two years straight.


Yeah but it would definitely take away Michigan’s potential spot. Alabama has played so damn dominantly that it would be hard to see them dropping completely out with a neutral loss to a 1 loss team.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby Derwood » Sun Nov 11, 2018 5:25 pm

I was somehow (foolishly) hoping that the selection committee would be different or more interesting than the BCS, but it feels like its just as predictable as ever.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby soccer10k » Sun Nov 11, 2018 6:00 pm

UMFan83 wrote:
bukie wrote:I don't think there is any realistic path for UCF to make the playoff. At this point, the interesting scenario would be if Clemson, ND, Michigan and Georgia win out with Bama losing to Georgia in the SEC championship. Would be awful for SEC to steal two spots two years straight.


Yeah but it would definitely take away Michigan’s potential spot. Alabama has played so damn dominantly that it would be hard to see them dropping completely out with a neutral loss to a 1 loss team.


I think Bama gets left out in that scenario. The reason they got in over OSU last year was because OSU had two losses and the second loss was by 31 to Iowa. If OSU had won that game and went 12-1 with the Big 10 title, they’re in and there’s no controversy. They might have gotten in if they lost that Iowa game by less than 7 also.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby NOLA » Sun Nov 11, 2018 6:25 pm

The is not a scenario that exists where a 1 loss BAMA team is kept out of the playoff. They will find any rationale they can to put them in.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby SouthSideRyan » Sun Nov 11, 2018 6:52 pm

Yep, I think it's more likely that SEC champion Georgia gets left out than the 1 loss Bama team they beat in that game.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:27 pm

OleMissCub wrote:One of the worst calls you’ll EVER see


that wasn't even the worst call I saw yesterday
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby soccer10k » Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:38 pm

If you’ve got 13-0 Clemson, 12-0 ND, 12-1 Mich/OSU, 12-1 WVU/Oklahoma and 12-1 Georgia, Bama isn’t getting in. They’d be ranked over a 1 loss Notre Dame and probably a 1-loss Washington State but that’s it.

Bama only got in last year because Ohio State lost twice and then beat Wisconsin in the Big 10 title game. Clemson, Georgia and Oklahoma all had 1 loss and got in before them and Wisconsin was the 5th. If Wisconsin beat OSU, Bama would have been out since Wisconsin was ranked 4th by the committee before the conference title game.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby NOLA » Sun Nov 11, 2018 10:01 pm

soccer10k wrote:If you’ve got 13-0 Clemson, 12-0 ND, 12-1 Mich/OSU, 12-1 WVU/Oklahoma and 12-1 Georgia, Bama isn’t getting in. They’d be ranked over a 1 loss Notre Dame and probably a 1-loss Washington State but that’s it.

Bama only got in last year because Ohio State lost twice and then beat Wisconsin in the Big 10 title game. Clemson, Georgia and Oklahoma all had 1 loss and got in before them and Wisconsin was the 5th. If Wisconsin beat OSU, Bama would have been out since Wisconsin was ranked 4th by the committee before the conference title game.

This isn’t last year. Voters have viewed BAMA on a different level all season, and one loss won’t kick them behind either the Big10 or Big XII champs, must less both. If anything, sneaking into the playoffs and winning it all last year only bolsters their case.
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Re: College Football - Week 11 (Nov. 10)

Postby Andy » Sun Nov 11, 2018 10:27 pm

NOLA wrote:
soccer10k wrote:If you’ve got 13-0 Clemson, 12-0 ND, 12-1 Mich/OSU, 12-1 WVU/Oklahoma and 12-1 Georgia, Bama isn’t getting in. They’d be ranked over a 1 loss Notre Dame and probably a 1-loss Washington State but that’s it.

Bama only got in last year because Ohio State lost twice and then beat Wisconsin in the Big 10 title game. Clemson, Georgia and Oklahoma all had 1 loss and got in before them and Wisconsin was the 5th. If Wisconsin beat OSU, Bama would have been out since Wisconsin was ranked 4th by the committee before the conference title game.

This isn’t last year. Voters have viewed BAMA on a different level all season, and one loss won’t kick them behind either the Big10 or Big XII champs, must less both. If anything, sneaking into the playoffs and winning it all last year only bolsters their case.

Yeah, if Georgia pulled it off (they won't), I have a feeling Michigan would get squeezed out. They'd justify it by pointing to a comparatively meh victory over Northwestern in the league title game.
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