College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

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College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Andy » Mon Sep 10, 2018 12:45 am

Top 25 games
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(1) Alabama at Ole Miss (7 pm, ESPN)
Georgia Southern at (2) Clemson (12 pm, ESPNU)
Middle Tennessee at (3) Georgia (12 pm, ESPNEWS)
(4) Ohio State vs (15) TCU - in Arlington, TX (8 pm, ABC)
(5) Oklahoma at Iowa State (12 pm, ABC)
BYU at (6) Wisconsin (3:30 pm, ABC)
(12) LSU at (7) Auburn (3:30 pm, CBS)
Vanderbilt at (8) Notre Dame (2:30 pm, NBC)
UC Davis at (9) Stanford (2 pm, Pac-12 Network)
(10) Washington at Utah (10 pm, ESPN)
Kent State at (11) Penn State (12 pm, FS1)
UL Lafayette at (16) Mississippi State (7:30 pm, ESPN2)
(17) Boise State at (24) Oklahoma State (3:30 pm, ESPN)
SMU at (19) Michigan (3:30 pm, BTN - Regional)
San Jose State at (20) Oregon (5 pm, Pac-12 Network - Regional)
(21) Miami at Toledo (12 pm, ESPN2)
(22) USC at Texas (8 pm, FOX)
(23) Arizona State at San Diego State (10:30 pm, CBSSN)

Other nationally available games
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Campbell at Coastal Carolina (2 pm Wednesday, ESPN3)

Old Dominion at Charlotte (4 pm Thursday, ESPN3)
Boston College at Wake Forest (5:30 pm Thursday, ESPN)
Tennessee Tech at Utah State (8 pm Thursday, Facebook)

Georgia State at Memphis (7 pm Friday, ESPN)

Florida State at Syracuse (12 pm, ESPN)
Ball State at Indiana (12 pm, BTN - Regional)
Temple at Maryland (12 pm, BTN - Regional)
Troy at Nebraska (12 pm, BTN - Regional)
UTEP at Tennessee (12 pm, SEC Network)
Murray State at Kentucky (12 pm, SEC Network - Alternate)
Rutgers at Kansas (12 pm, FSN)
Hawaii at Army (12 pm, CBSSN)
Rhode Island at UConn (12 pm, ESPN3)
Georgia Tech at Pittsburgh (12:30 pm, FSN/ESPN3)
Tulane at UAB (1 pm, Facebook)
Duke at Baylor (3:30 pm, FS1)
Miami (OH) at Minnesota (3:30 pm, BTN - Regional)
South Florida vs Illinois - in Chicago (3:30 pm, BTN - Regional)
Lehigh at Navy (3:30 pm, CBSSN)
Houston at Texas Tech (4 pm. FOX)
Colorado State at Florida (4 pm, SEC Network)
North Texas at Arkansas (4 pm, SEC Network - Alternate)
UTSA at Kansas State (4 pm, FSN)
Eastern Kentucky at Bowling Green (4 pm, ESPN3)
Wofford at Wyoming (4 pm, Stadium)
Ohio vs Virginia - in Nashville (4:15 pm, ESPN2)
New Hampshire at Colorado (5 pm, Pac-12 Network - Regional)
Idaho State at California (6 pm, Pac-12 Network - Regional)
Bethune-Cookman at Florida Atlantic (6 pm, Stadium)
Oregon State at Nevada (7 pm, ESPNU)
Arkansas State at Tulsa (7 pm, CBSSN)
Alabama A&M at Cincinnati (7 pm, ESPN3)
Akron at Northwestern (7:30 pm, BTN - Regional)
Missouri at Purdue (7:30 pm, BTN - Regional)
Northern Iowa at Iowa (7:30 pm, BTN - Regional)
UL Monroe at Texas A&M (7:30 pm, SEC Network)
Western Kentucky at Louisville (7:30 pm, FSN/ESPN3)
Eastern Washington at Washington State (8 pm, Pac-12 Network - Regional)
New Mexico at New Mexico State (8 pm, ESPN3)
Fresno State at UCLA (10:30 pm, FS1)
Southern Utah at Arizona (11 pm, Pac-12 Network)
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Mon Sep 10, 2018 2:54 am

you are still a terrible person for this time zone garbage
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Derwood » Mon Sep 10, 2018 2:56 am

Ding Dong Johnson wrote:you are still a terrible person for this time zone garbage


Math is hard
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Mon Sep 10, 2018 3:02 am

yeah, go horsefeathers yourself. also you’re missing games. I hope Notre Dame loses by 160
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Derwood » Mon Sep 10, 2018 3:03 am

Ding Dong Johnson wrote:yeah, go horsefeathers yourself. also you’re missing games. I hope Notre Dame loses by 160


someone's cranky
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Postby Ding Dong Johnson » Mon Sep 10, 2018 3:04 am

when the hell have I ever not been cranky?
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Andy » Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:44 pm

Here come the hurricane postponements/cancellations.

Carolina vs UCF is postponed with hopes of playing at a later date.
Coastal Carolina's game against Campbell is being played tomorrow.
Liberty's game against Norfolk State will be played Dec. 1, or canceled if Norfolk makes the FCS playoffs.
BC/Wake Forest kickoff on Thursday will be at 5:30 p.m., not 7:30.
West Virginia vs NC State is canceled. (Apparently the policy has changed since 2 years ago and you can cancel NC State home games during a hurricane. Huh.)
Virginia vs Ohio will be played in Nashville at Vanderbilt's stadium instead of Charlottesville.
East Carolina vs Virginia Tech not being played this weekend.
Charlotte vs Old Dominion moved to 4 p.m. Thursday.
Southern Miss vs App State has been postponed with hopes of a make-up.
Clemson vs Georgia Southern has been moved up from 3:30 p.m. to noon Saturday.
Marshall vs South Carolina canceled, no known plans to reschedule.
Georgia vs MTSU bumped from 7 p.m. to noon.

Several TV listings have been tweaked as well.
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby UK » Sat Sep 15, 2018 10:57 pm

Another bad week for the Big 10 with home losses to Troy and BYU as well as Kansas winning big.
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Derwood » Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:00 pm

Wisconsin's loss pretty much means that only a Big Ten East team will make the playoffs. Wisconsin's schedule is brutal (a lot of road games against top conference teams)
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Andy » Sun Sep 16, 2018 3:33 am

Derwood wrote:Wisconsin's loss pretty much means that only a Big Ten East team will make the playoffs. Wisconsin's schedule is brutal (a lot of road games against top conference teams)

They're basically down to Ohio State and Penn State. I don't see any possible way Michigan beats OSU and that's their only way in.

None of it matters because Alabama is an unstoppable engine of death as long as Tua is there.
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Sosa21MVP » Sun Sep 16, 2018 3:37 am

IU finally beat Ball State for the first time in ages!
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Andy » Sun Sep 16, 2018 3:41 am

Sosa21MVP wrote:IU finally beat Ball State for the first time in ages!

2nd time in a row, actually. Brutal performance by the alma mater. Great first drive that they couldn't finish and then it was a bloodbath from there. IU looked really good.
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby Sosa21MVP » Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:07 am

Andy wrote:
Sosa21MVP wrote:IU finally beat Ball State for the first time in ages!

2nd time in a row, actually. Brutal performance by the alma mater. Great first drive that they couldn't finish and then it was a bloodbath from there. IU looked really good.


Oh, yeah I forgot we broke that streak already. lol

Feeling optimistic we can go bowling again this year.
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby UK » Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:47 pm

UK wrote:Another bad week for the Big 10 with home losses to Troy and BYU as well as Kansas winning big.

I should have added Temple and Akron to the list.
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby rawaction » Sun Sep 16, 2018 2:48 pm

Sosa21MVP wrote:
Andy wrote:
Sosa21MVP wrote:IU finally beat Ball State for the first time in ages!

2nd time in a row, actually. Brutal performance by the alma mater. Great first drive that they couldn't finish and then it was a bloodbath from there. IU looked really good.


Oh, yeah I forgot we broke that streak already. lol

Feeling optimistic we can go bowling again this year.


Would love to get the W next weekend. Michigan St. doesn't look very good so far, despite being top 25. Squeaked by Utah St, lost to Arizona St, who just lost to San Diego St.

But should be able to beat any team that gets their ass kicked by Kansas (Rutgers). A win next weekend would put us at 5-0 going into the Ohio St, Iowa, Penn St gauntlet.

Then would have to worry about getting at least 1 of Minnesota, Maryland and Purdue. Would love to get 8 wins this year somehow.
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Re: College Football - Week 3 (Sept. 15)

Postby OleMissCub » Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:54 pm

Bama will moonwalk to another national title.
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