Friday, 16 Nov 2018
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Academic football games on television today: good chilling hunt

Alabama is probably not defeated this week, and even if it did, does anyone really think that a lost Tide team will be left out of the playoffs? Meanwhile, Clemson will visit a Boston College team that may not be one of the nation's top forwards as Notre Dame hosts battling Florida State and Michigan Rutgers. Chaos hunters may want to avoid this.

All the time is.

Time Thu TV
Noon # 10 Ohio State to # 18 Michigan State Fox
Noon Wisconsin at No. 20 Penn State ABC
Noon Mississippi Texas A & M CBS
Noon South Carolina at No. 15 in Florida ESPN
Noon Navy at No. 12 Central Florida ESPN2
Noon Tulsa to Memphis ESPNU
Noon Vanderbilt in Missouri SEC network
Noon Illinois to Nebraska Big Ten Network
Noon Maryland in Indiana Big Ten Network
Noon Kansas to Kansas State MASN2 (area D.C.)
Noon TCU at No. 9 West Virginia Fox Sports 1
Noon Lafayette to the army CBS Sports Network
12:20 North Carolina at Duke WDCA-20 (in the DC area)
2 Rhode Island at James Madison MASN (in the area D.C.)
3:30 p.m. No. 16 State of Mississippi at No. 1 Alabama CBS
3:30 p.m. Oklahoma State at No. 6 Oklahoma ABC
3:30 p.m. Northwest at No. 21 Iowa Fox
3:30 p.m. No. 8 Washington State, Colorado ESPN
3:30 p.m. Purdue in Minnesota ESPN2
3:30 p.m. Virginia Tech in Pittsburgh ESPNU
3:30 p.m. No. 11 Kentucky Tennessee SEC network
3:30 p.m. No. 4 Michigan at Rutgers Big Ten Network
3:30 p.m. Baylor at No. 22 State of Iowa Fox Sports 1
3:30 p.m. New Mexico to the Air Force CBS Sports Network
4 East Carolina to Tulane ESPNews
5:30 Oregon to Utah Pac-12 Network
7 No. 24 Auburn at No. 5 Georgia ESPN
7 Miami at Georgia Tech ESPN2
7 South Florida to Cincinnati ESPNU
7 Temple in Houston CBS Sports Network
7:30 Florida State at No. 3 Notre Dame NBC
7:30 # 19 Texas to Texas Tech Fox
7:30 LSU No. 7 in Arkansas SEC network
8 No. 2 Clemson at No. 17 Boston College ABC
10:30 California to Southern Cal ESPN
10:30 UNLV in San Diego State ESPN2
10:30 State of Colorado Nevada ESPNU

Michigan State dominated Alabama defensively against the defense last season, giving it only 95.3 yards per run, and could have won first place without the 48-3 loss to Ohio State, when the Buckeyes launched Mike Weber on just nine carries) and JK Dobbins (18 runs for 124 yards) far exceeded that mark (Ohio State finished with 335 rushing yards, the largest number of losses ever allowed by a defense of Mark Dantonio). The Spartans lead the country in fast defensive this season in terms of yards per game (71.7) and rank second in terms of the effectiveness of the anti-rush defense. but here again is the state of Ohioand Weber and Dobbins did not go anywhere. They combined for 254 rushing yards in last weekend's win against Nebraska, almost giving up the pass-pass option that had been unsuccessful all season and relying on a more straight-line approach. In Michigan, Maryland had just 26 rushing yards last week and the Terrapins are (or at least have been) one of the strongest teams in the country. …

With the very enthusiastic and barely competitive meeting with LSU in the books and the annual Iron Bowl match with Auburn coming up in a few weeks, Sandwich match between Alabama and the state of Mississippi might have some anticipate a Crimson Tide disappointment. Last year, when the match between Alabama and the Mississippi State took place at the same time and in a similar situation, the Crimson Tide needed a touchdown with 35 seconds remaining to secure a 31-24 win at Starkvegas. But that's one of the reasons this might not happen: in their two losses this season, the Bulldogs have converted only 25.9% of their chances of third try (in wins, that number rises to 54, 7%). Alabama's defense drops conversions to a third drop at a rate of 30%, putting it in 11th place nationally. Here's another: thanks mostly to a flickering back-and-back game, Mississippi State is a national base player in terms of average starting position (26.5-yard, 122-row) and average starting position from the opponent (31.8-yard line, 109th). Alabama occupies the 22nd and 12th places respectively. Give the Crimson Tide offensive many opportunities and a short course does not seem to be a recipe for success. …

ESPN's College GameDay moved to Chestnut Hill in anticipation of Boston College-Clemson gameThis is not exactly the place where you will normally find the itinerant traveling program on the network in early November. The Eagles have not been ranked as high since 2007 – they have spent nine consecutive seasons without being ranked before this season – but it's a beautiful slate this week and Clemson is Clemson, so here we are. British Columbia may be struggling to keep up with a team that lost 77 points in Louisville last week, if backstroke AJ Dillon misses the game because of an ankle injury that has harassed him all over the place. year. Coach Steve Addazio danced around the issue of Dillon's status earlier this week, claiming he "was leaping, a beautiful smile on his face" but also admitting that he was "dipped in the air." disaster". However, Clemson only grants 90.4 rushing yards per game and ranks first nationally in terms of S & P +, an adversary-adjusted efficiency indicator.

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