TV program of university football week 11

Alabama is probably not losing this week, and even so, does anyone really think that a Tide team at a loss will be left out of the playoffs? Clemson, meanwhile, goes to a Boston College team that could lose one of the nation's top running, Notre Dame is home to Florida State and Michigan plays Rutgers. Chaos hunters may wish to sit down.

All times eastern.

Friday

Time Game TV
7 Louisville at number 13 in Syracuse ESPN2
10:15 No. 23 Fresno State at Boise State ESPN2

In a university football season that has produced little in terms of surprise, seeing "No. 13" in front of the name of Syracuse is certainly right there. Orange has practically spent the whole of this century playing football between the boundary between forgetfulness and deplorable, but now Dino Babers has brought Syracuse back to the national conversation for the first time by Donovan McNabb. Orange hosts Louisville, who surpassed Syracuse 118-38 and has accumulated 1,572 yards in the last two teams' meetings (Lamar Jackson will do so). Jackson has gone now, and this should be completely different: the Cardinals could very well be the worst Power Five team in the country, with a ruthless attack and an easily resolved defense, and they seem to play the rope until Coach Bobby Petrino is fired. …

State of Fresno and State of Boise squaring for the third time in less than 12 months; the teams divided the matches of last season, with the Bulldogs who won in the regular season and the Broncos took their revenge in the title of Mountain West a week later. The state of Fresno is one of the best in the nation to limit explosive games, which is one of the reasons why the Bulldogs are a three-point favorite. It is the first time that Boise State has been a house loser in a conference game since 1999.

Saturday

Time Game TV
twelve o'clock No. 10 Ohio State at No. 18 Michigan State Fox
twelve o'clock Wisconsin at No. 20 Penn State ABC
twelve o'clock Mississippi at Texas A & M CBS
twelve o'clock South Carolina at no. 15 in Florida ESPN
twelve o'clock Marina at number 12 of Central Florida ESPN2
twelve o'clock Tulsa to Memphis ESPNU
twelve o'clock Vanderbilt in Missouri SEC Network
twelve o'clock Illinois to Nebraska Big Ten Network
twelve o'clock Maryland in Indiana Big Ten Network
twelve o'clock Kansas to the state of Kansas MASN2 (in the D.C. area)
twelve o'clock TCU at n. 9 West Virginia Fox Sports 1
twelve o'clock Lafayette at the army CBS Sports Network
00:20 North Carolina to the Duke WDCA-20 (in the D.C. area)
2 Rhode Island to James Madison MASN (in the D.C. area)
03:30 No. 16 State of Mississippi at number 1 Alabama CBS
03:30 Oklahoma State at n. 6 of Oklahoma ABC
03:30 Northwestern at Iowa 21 Fox
03:30 No. 8 Washington State in Colorado ESPN
03:30 Purdue in Minnesota ESPN2
03:30 Virginia Tech in Pittsburgh ESPNU
03:30 No. 11 Kentucky at Tennessee SEC Network
03:30 No. 4 Michigan to Rutgers Big Ten Network
03:30 Baylor at Iowa 22 Fox Sports 1
03:30 New Mexico to the Air Force CBS Sports Network
4 East Carolina to Tulane ESPNews
05:30 Oregon to Utah Pac-12 Network
7 No. 24 Auburn at No. 5 Georgia ESPN
7 Miami to Georgia Tech ESPN2
7 South Florida in Cincinnati ESPNU
7 Temple of Houston CBS Sports Network
07:30 State of Florida at no. 3 of Notre Dame NBC
07:30 No. 19 Texas at Texas Tech Fox
07:30 No. 7 LSU 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 the state of San Diego ESPN2
10:30 Colorado State at Nevada ESPNU

The State of Michigan has dragged only Alabama in defense of last season, allowing only 95.3 run points per game, and perhaps it would have secured the first place if it had not been for a loss of 48-3 in the state of & rsquo; Ohio, when the Buckeye ran back Mike Weber (162 yards on only nine carries) and JK Dobbins (18 leads for 124 yards) has both passed this milestone with a wide margin (as a team, the state of Ohio has ended with 335 rushed yard, the most allowed by a defense Mark Dantonio). The Spartans lead the country in defense of the race this season in terms of yards per game (71.7) and are in second place in the efficiency of the flagship defense, but here comes the state of Ohio againand Weber and Dobbins did not go anywhere. They joined in a hasty 254 yard in last weekend's win against Nebraska, almost abandoning the run-pass option games that had proved unsuccessful throughout the season and were based on a more direct approach. The State of Michigan, meanwhile, held Maryland just 26 hasty yards last week, and the Terrapins are (or at least were) one of the strongest teams in the country. …

With the much-announced barely competitive meeting with LSU in the books and the annual Iron Bowl meeting with Auburn looming in a few weeks, Matchup sandwich of Alabama with the state of Mississippi could have some anticipation of a Crimson Tide disappointment. Last year, when the state game of Alabama-Mississippi occurred in a similar situation and situation, the Crimson Tide needed a touchdown 35 seconds from the end to ensure a 31-24 victory in Starkvegas. But here's one reason why this might not happen: in their two losses this season, the Bulldogs have converted only 25.9% of their third down chances (in victories, that number rises to 54.7%). Alabama's defense is relegating to third place with a single 30% clip, which is ranked at the national level. Here's another one: thanks mainly to the shaky game of set-pieces and back, the state of Mississippi is a national fund feeder in terms of the initial starting position (line 26.5 yard, position 122nd) and the average starting position of 39; opponent (line 31.8 yards, 109th). Alabama ranks respectively at the 22nd and 12th place. Giving the Crimson Tide offense ample opportunities and a short field does not seem like a recipe for success. …

"College GameDay" from ESPN will set up a store in Chestnut Hill before Saturday night Game Boston College-Clemson, which is not exactly a place where the traveling roadshow would normally be found at the beginning of November. The Eagles have not been rated so much since 2007 – heck, they've gone nine consecutive seasons without being ranked before this season – but it's a nice list blah this week and Clemson is Clemson, here we are. BC could have the full hands to keep up with a team that lost 77 points on Louisville last week if the return of AJ Dillon misses the game with an ankle injury that has plagued him throughout the year. The trainer Steve Addazio danced around the question about the state of Dillon at the start of this week, saying "he was hopping, a good smile on his face" but also admitting he had "cloaked". Dillon averaged 130 beats per game and scored eight times, but Clemson only grants 90.4 yards per game and ranks first on a national level in terms of S & P + flagship defense, a measure of adjusted efficiency for the opponent.

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