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  1. Saturday, November 17th - *CST JUST ADD 1 HOUR FOR EST Arkansas at Mississippi State 11:00 am ESPN / WatchESPN Video The Citadel at Alabama 11:00 am SEC Network / WatchESPN Video Colgate at Army 11:00 am CBSSN / CBSSN Video Elon at Maine 11:00 am FCSC (DTV: 608 / cable) / FSGo Video Harvard vs. Yale (Fenway Park) 11:00 am ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video Idaho at Florida 11:00 am ESPNU / WatchESPN Video Michigan State at Nebraska 11:00 am FOX / FSGo Video Middle Tennessee at Kentucky 11:00 am SEC Network alternate / WatchESPN Video Northwestern at Minnesota 11:00 am BTN (alternate) / BTN2Go Ohio State at Maryland NOON EST! * ABC / espn3 Video Penn State at Rutgers 11:00 am BTN / BTN2Go Pittsburgh at Wake Forest 11:00 am ECE (blackouts) / ACC RSN / Video: WatchESPN / FSGo South Florida at Temple 11:00 am ESPN News / WatchESPN Video TCU at Baylor 11:00 am FS1 / FSGo Video North Carolina State at Louisville 11:20 am ECE (blackouts) / ACC Network / WatchESPN Video Lehigh at Lafayette 11:30 am MASN / Video Bryant at Howard 12:00 pm ESPN Extra / espn3 Video Cornell at Columbia 12:00 pm SNY / $espn+ Video NAIA: Lawrence Tech at IN Wesleyan 12:00 pm ESPN Extra / espn3 Video Samford at ETSU 12:00 pm ESPN Extra / espn3 Video Youngstown State at Illinois State 1 PM EST* NBCSCH / $espn+ Video Utah at Colorado 12:30 pm PAC-12 Network / PAC-12 Video Bethune Cookman vs. Florida A&M 1:00 pm ESPN Classic / espn3 Video Indiana State at Western Illinois 1:00 pm ESPN Extra / espn3 Video Montana State at Montana 1:00 pm AUD / RSNW / Video Utah State at Colorado State 1:00 pm ATTRM / ATTRMW / ATTSW *4 / MWC Video Notre Dame vs. Syracuse 2:30 EST* NBC / NBC Video / 4K on DirecTV 106 Jacksonville State at Kennesaw State 2:00 pm FSSE / FSGo Video / FCSC (cable) Sacramento State at UC Davis 2:00 pm ELVN / Video ESPN GoalLine 2:00 pm ESPNGL / WatchESPN Video / ESPN News (6 -10) Boston College at Florida State 2:30 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video Iowa at Illinois 2:30 pm BTN (alternate) / BTN2Go Miami at Virginia Tech 2:30 pm ESPN / WatchESPN Video Missouri at Tennessee 2:30 pm CBS / CBS Video Stony Brook at Albany 2:30 pm FCSA (DTV: 608-1 / cable) / FSGo Video Texas Tech at Kansas State 2:30 pm ESPNU / WatchESPN Video Tulsa at Navy 2:30 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video USC at UCLA 2:30 pm FOX / FSGo Video Virginia at Georgia Tech 2:30 pm ECE (blackouts) / ACC RSN / Video: WatchESPN / FSGo West Virginia at Oklahoma State 2:30 pm ABC / espn3 Video Wisconsin at Purdue 2:30 pm BTN / BTN2Go Air Force at Wyoming 3:00 pm ESPN News / WatchESPN Video Indiana at Michigan 4 PM EST* FS1 / FSGo Video Liberty at Auburn 3:00 pm SEC Network alternate / WatchESPN Video UMass at Georgia 3:00 pm SEC Network / WatchESPN Video Oregon State at Washington 3:30 pm PAC-12 Network / PAC-12 Video Duke at Clemson 6:00 pm ESPN / WatchESPN Video / espn3 Skycam UAB at Texas A&M 6:00 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video UConn at East Carolina 6:00 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video Chattanooga at South Carolina 6:30 pm SEC Network alternate / WatchESPN Video Kansas at Oklahoma 6:30 pm FOX / FSGo Video Ole Miss at Vanderbilt 6:30 pm SEC Network / WatchESPN Video Rice at LSU 6:30 pm ESPNU / WatchESPN Video Stanford at California 6:30 pm PAC-12 Network / PAC-12 Video Cincinnati at UCF 7:00 pm ABC / espn3 Video / espn3 Skycam Iowa State at Texas 7:00 pm LHN / WatchESPN Video New Mexico State at BYU 9:15 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video Arizona at Washington State 9:30 pm ESPN / WatchESPN Video Arizona State at Oregon 9:30 pm PAC-12 Network / PAC-12 Video San Diego State at Fresno State 9:30 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video
  2. TSN - Ohio State remains in the Big Ten championship and College Football Playoff race with two regular-season games left despite the fact the Buckeyes are still searching for a complete-game performance. The No. 8 Buckeyes hit on two orf tyhree phases in a 26-6 victory against No. 24 Michigan State on Saturday. MORE: 10 best CFP combinations, from the reasonable to the absurd The special teams helped set that up. Punter Drue Chrisman landed six punts inside the Michigan State 10-yard line, including five in a row in the second half that helped turn the momentum in the Buckeyes' favor. The defense, which was torched for 539 total yards in a 49-20 loss to Purdue on Oct. 20, has its act together. The Buckeyes limited the Spartans to 143 total yards and without a third-down conversion (0 for 8) in the first half. In the second half, Ohio State forced three turnovers. Defensive end Dre'Mont Jones' fumble recovery for a touchdown opened a 16-6 lead, a double-digit advantage the Buckeyes would not relinquish. The Buckeyes played well enough in those two areas to gut out a typical cold-weather, November Big Ten grinder against Michigan State. To beat Michigan in two weeks, Ohio State will need its offense to be the third phase — the one that puts the team over the top and earns a berth in the Big Ten championship game for the second straight season. Ohio State led 7-6 heading into the seven half and had the ball in Michigan State territory in seven of eight possessions. The special teams set up a safety and Jones' fumble recovery TD. The offense settled for a field goal before Mike Weber finally scored on a two-yard TD run with 1:12 remaining. A BIG TEN STORY The alternate history of Notre Dame football That was the culmination of an uneven offense performance. Ohio State rushed 16 times for 14 yards in the first half. The Buckeyes stuck with the run for 27 attempts and 115 yards in the second half and averaged 2.9 yards per attempt. Good enough to beat Michigan State — especially with backup quarterback Tate Martell mixed in on third-and-short packages — but not still good enough for those larger goals. Dwayne Haskins finished 24 of 39 passing for 227 yards and a TD, part of a season in which he will break numerous passing records at Ohio State. Haskins, however, finished with a 59.1 completion percentage against Nebraska and Michigan State. That's going to need to tick back up to the mid-60s starting with next week's game at Maryland. Everyone knows which game follows. That's The Game against No. 4 Michigan, a team that should come into Columbus with the same stakes between the teams as 2016. Ohio State won that meeting 30-27 in double overtime. Those Buckeyes missed the Big Ten championship, but reached the College Football Playoff. The winner of The Game will have the opportunity to do both this season. Ohio State might not look like a Playoff team — and it won't until all three of those phases are clicking at the same time — but that is immaterial now. The Buckeyes have their biggest game (and perhaps games) ahead of them. This is the time to start playing their best football. In that regard, Ohio State is running out of chances to show that complete game.
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    If the Playoffs started today 11/13

    To me the interesting part of this, will/can they squeak out 1 or 2 more wins and end up in the middle of the pack in another rebuilding draft year?
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    The official Terry Pluto thread

    If I'm hot I want to play not sit. You can get rusty after a bye even a Thursday game. Besides what are we die hards gonna do Sunday?
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    Who gets Rookie of the week?

    Yeah the Cleveland icons Graham, Sipe, Plum......Mayfield? WHOA. ........oh on the NY bunch how did they win the game?
  6. 2019 Rivera 2020 Jeter should be near unanimous the rest of the class isn't really that strong -or- is tainted with the stink of steroids.....what can happen if the comissioner looks the other way at 70+ HRs and other abuses. Might actually give Vizquel and maybe even Lee a better shot at getting in, that would be nice following Thome. Now Hafner no shot. Sometimes it really is timing on things.
  7. It's 2 am November 13, 2018 thinking about sports including MLB well...... 2019 HOF chat: 2019 Top newcomers: Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay, Todd Helton, Lance Berkman, Andy Pettitte, Roy Oswalt Top holdovers: Edgar Martinez, Mike Mussina, Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds, Curt Schilling Most likely to be elected: Rivera, Halladay, Martinez Falling off: Fred McGriff Having received 70.4% in this year's election, Martinez is well positioned for 2019, his final year of eligibility. Stop me if you've heard this one, but 19 out of the 20 candidates to receive at least 70% and return to the ballot the following year (instead of aging off) were elected...... so Omar waits again? 2020 Top newcomers: Derek Jeter, Bobby Abreu, Jason Giambi, Paul Konerko, Adam Dunn, Cliff Lee <--- hey former Indian!Top holdovers: Mussina, Bonds, Clemens, Schilling, Walker, Vizquel <--- and maybe one of the top 3 or 5 SS players ever?Most likely to be elected: Jeter, MussinaFalling off: Walker .......Any chance a Cleveland Indian gets in in 2019 or 2020?
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    The official Terry Pluto thread

    20. PREDICTION: FALCONS 31, BROWNS 18. My record this season is 4-4-1 guessing results of Browns games. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ooooops, goes to show how hard it is to predict what a very young team will do, how they will respond to changes in the NFL. AND the bye week, bad timing or what?
  9. From our friends at vegasinsiders.com.... November 12, 2018. ODDS TO WIN 2018-19 COLLEGE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME (1/7/19) Team Odds Alabama 2/5 Clemson 4/1 Michigan 9/1 <----- sportsbooks have them #3 Notre Dame 12/1 Georgia 14/1 Ohio State 20/1 <--- and look who is #6 right now, the game is big! Oklahoma 28/1 West Virginia 60/1 Washington State 125/1 Central Florida 500/1 LSU 1000/1 Fresno State 5000/1
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    The official Terry Pluto thread

    ....... Arians is taking this season off. He has told the Canton Repository and ESPN the Browns job is the one opening worth his consideration. If Arians is heathly, rested and looking for one last challenge — he must be considered a serious candidate. Last time someone called plays for the Browns when they made the playoffs, that man’s name was Bruce Arians. The season was 2002. He left the Browns after the 2003 season....... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Just how do you read or take this? I'm 66 and as good as I ever was -or- I'll give it one last shot (and hope I don't get run over on the sidelines). The man? Temporary patch? Advisor? Hmmmmm.
  11. NOTE: There are 36 teams in the top 25 rankings, that should tell you something about NCAA football parity. Even D-1AA ND State in the rankings? Yes.
  12. Week 11 was NOT a chaos-friendly weekend in college football. Kentucky losing to Tennessee and NC State losing to Wake Forest were your only top-20 upsets, with Iowa falling to Northwestern and Fresno State at Boise State the only other ranked teams to lose to unranked teams. Sunday’s new polls will not feature dramatic changes, and neither will Tuesday’s College Football Playoff rankings. But with only three more Saturdays until Selection Sunday, here’s how things stand going forward in the polls and computers. Below, we’re collecting major top 25s as they emerge after Week 11. These are not SB Nation’s personal rankings. We’re merely collecting a bunch of them in one place. Some of these are legacy polls that primarily measure what teams have done so far, while others are designed to be predictive. They’re all explained below the table. Week 11 (week 12?) colllege football rankings Team AP S&P+ Massey Sagarin Coaches Alabama, 10-0 1 1 1 1 1 Clemson, 10-0 2 2 2 2 2 Notre Dame, 10-0 3 6 5 9 3 <--- NOT A SOLID #3 Michigan, 9-1 4 4 4 3 4 <--- a solid #4 Georgia, 9-1 5 3 3 4 5 <--- 6 one loss teams in top 10 Oklahoma, 9-1 6 5 6 5 6 <--- WON 48-47? West Virginia, 8-1 7 12 9 7 7 Washington State, 9-1 8 16 12 15 9 Ohio State, 9-1 9 8 8 6 8 <--- WILL move up after beating m LSU, 8-2 10 18 7 11 10 UCF, 9-0 11 7 10 23 11 Syracuse, 8-2 12 - 25 - 12 Texas, 7-3 13 - 22 18 14 Utah State, 9-1 14 10 16 - 13 Florida, 7-3 15 22 13 - 16 Penn State, 7-3 16 13 11 8 15 Washington, 7-3 17 11 20 10 17 Iowa State, 6-3 18 - 24 25 18 Cincinnati, 9-1 19 - 23 - 20 Kentucky, 7-3 20 - 15 - 21 Utah, 7-3 21 15 17 14 19 Boston College, 7-3 22 - - - 22 Boise State, 8-2 23 - - - 24 Northwestern 24 - - - - Mississippi State, 6-4 25 19 14 12 23 Appalachian State, 7-2 - 14 - - - Auburn, 6-4 - 20 - 19 - Fresno State, 8-2 - 9 19 17 - Iowa, 6-4 - - - 13 - Michigan State, 6-4 - - - 21 - Missouri, 6-4 - 23 18 20 - North Dakota State, FCS - - - 24 - <--- the D-1AA powerhouse North Texas, 7-3 - 24 - - - Stanford, 6-4 - 25 - 22 - Texas A&M, 6-4 - 21 21 16 - UAB, 9-1 - - - - 25
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    Yeah, yeah, yeah might have the most worms in it too..... OK I'm a sore loser. Good luck to our Final Four! All with one strike it should be fun. .......oh my other choice was Pittsburgh but I couldn't do it.
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    Thanks for pointing that out there Gip, I missed it. No big deal it's only a game. (Actually I REALLY wanted to win Survivor, those $@# £@¥& ♡%=$€#& Eagle #$@* $@#₩ =÷$s, There I'm all better now. )
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    Collection for Stan's Family

    Just some general information for you guys and gals out there if you have never used Paypal, it's pretty easy. Paypal is a very user friendly way of paying for things just about anywhere you can even donate to TBB here or Stan's memorial, it's easy.. You can use your credit card, checking whatever home or business accounts. For more information go to: https://www.paypal.com/us/home A screenshot on Paypal, you can use the links Zombo has nicely set up for donations. Thank you, Michael, "mjp".