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WEEK 9 - TOP 25 RANKINGS, TV SCHEDULES and other great stuff like #1 ALA #5 OHIO STATE, really it's true.

Week 9 college football rankings

Team AP S&P+ Massey Sagarin Coaches
Alabama, 8-0 1 1 2 1 1
Clemson, 7-0 2 2 1 2 2
Notre Dame, 7-0 GO IRISH! 3 7 5 11 3
LSU, 7-1  at #4, 15, 3, 8, 4 ??? 4 15 3 8 4
Michigan, 7-1 CAN THEY EVER BEAT OSU?  #5, 4, 4, 4, 5  5 4 4 4 5
Texas, 6-1 6 - 13 17 7
Georgia, 6-1 7 5 6 6 6
Oklahoma, 6-1 8 3 7 3 8
Florida, 6-1 9 14 8 12 11
UCF, 7-0 10 10 16 - 10
Ohio State, 7-1, #11, 8, 10, 5, 9 11 8 10 5 9
Kentucky, 6-1 12 - 11 24 14
West Virginia, 5-1 13 23 20 19 12
Washington State, 6-1 14 24 21 - 15
Washington, 6-2 15 6 12 7 13
Texas A&M, 5-2 16 18 14 15 17
Penn State, 5-2 17 - 17 10 16
Iowa, 6-1 18 21 9 9 18
Oregon, 5-2 19 - - - 21
Wisconsin, 5-2 20 13 23 13 19
USF, 7-0 21 - - - 20
NC State, 5-1 22 - 18 25 22
Utah, 5-2 23 - - - 24
Stanford, 5-2 24 - 19 23 23
Appalachian State, 5-1 25 12 - - -
Utah, 5-2 - 19 15 14 -
Fresno State, 6-1 - 9 22 18 -
Auburn, 5-3 - 17 - 21 -
Miami, 5-2 - 16 - 20 25
Mississippi State, 4-3 - 20 24 16 -
Missouri, 4-3 - 25 - - -
Oklahoma State, 4-3 - 22 - - -
Purdue, 4-3 - - - 22 -
Duke, 5-2 - - - - -
Texas Tech, 5-2 - - 25 - -

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Well which poll do you like best? Some think Sagarin is always off, who knows -but- TV just got more interesting in the Final 3 of 4 race.....unless ALA slips up.

*Time CT - CENTRAL TIME, JUST ADD IN 1 HOUR!  Oh the BUCKEYES have a BYE week! So here's the rest...... Network (Channel Guide) * SOME ARE UPDATED *
Tuesday, October 23rd
Troy at South Alabama 7:00 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video
Thursday, October 25th
Baylor at West Virginia 6:00 pm FS1 / FSGo Video / 4K on DirecTV 106
Ball State at Ohio 6:00 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video
DII: Shorter at Delta State 6:00 pm espn3 Video
Toledo at Western Michigan 6:00 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video
Appalachian State at Georgia Southern 6:30 pm ESPNU / WatchESPN Video
Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech 6:30 pm ESPN / WatchESPN Video
Friday, October 26th
Louisiana Tech at Florida Atlantic 5:30 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video
Miami at Boston College 6:00 pm ESPN / WatchESPN Video
Indiana at Minnesota * 8 pm FS1 / FSGo Video
Wyoming at Colorado State 9:00 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video
Utah at UCLA 9:30 pm ESPN / WatchESPN Video
Saturday, October 27th
Army at Eastern Michigan 11:00 am CBSSN / CBSSN Video
Bethune Cookman at Nebraska 11:00 am BTN / BTN2Go Video
Clemson at Florida State * NOON * ABC / espn3 Video
* Purdue at Michigan State * NOON * ESPN / WatchESPN Video
Texas Tech at Iowa State 11:00 am ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video
UMass at UConn 11:00 am ESPNU / WatchESPN Video
Vanderbilt at Arkansas 11:00 am SEC Network / WatchESPN Video
Wake Forest at Louisville 11:00 am ESPN Extra / ACC RSN / Video: WatchESPN / FSGo
* Wisconsin at Northwestern * NOON * FOX / FSGo Video
North Carolina at Virginia 11:20 am ESPN Extra / ACC Network / WatchESPN Video
Penn at Brown 12:00 pm NESN+ / $espn+ Video
DII: Winston Salem at Shaw 12:00 pm ASP
Southeastern LA at Sam Houston State 1:00 pm ELVN / Video
Idaho at Eastern Washington 2:00 pm AUD / RSNW
Mississippi Valley at Texas Southern 2:00 pm ATTSW / Video
Oregon State at Colorado 2:00 pm PAC-12 Network / PAC-12 Video
TCU at Kansas 2:00 pm FS1 / FSGo Video
ESPN GoalLine 2:00 pm ESPNGL / WatchESPN Video
Arizona State at USC 2:30 pm ABC / ESPN2
Cincinnati at SMU 2:30 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video
Duke at Pittsburgh 2:30 pm ESPN Extra / ACC RSN / Video: WatchESPN / FSGo
Florida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville) 2:30 pm CBS / CBS Video
Illinois at Maryland 2:30 pm BTN / BTN2Go Video
*  Iowa at Penn State

* 3:30 PM *

ESPN / WatchESPN Video
Kansas State at Oklahoma 2:30 pm FOX / FSGo Video
Northern Illinois at BYU 2:30 pm ESPNU / WatchESPN Video
South Florida at Houston 2:30 pm ABC / ESPN2
Stony Brook at James Madison 2:30 pm MASN / SNY / Video
Kentucky at Missouri 3:00 pm SEC Network / WatchESPN Video
Montana State at Idaho State 4:30 pm ELVN / Video
UNLV at San Jose State 5:30 pm ATTRM / RSNW / MWC Video
Washington at California 5:30 pm FS1 / FSGo Video
Boise State at Air Force 6:00 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video
North Carolina State at Syracuse 6:00 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video
Texas A&M at Mississippi State 6:00 pm ESPN / WatchESPN Video
Tulane at Tulsa 6:00 pm ESPNU / WatchESPN Video
Washington State at Stanford 6:00 pm PAC-12 Network / PAC-12 Video
Tennessee at South Carolina 6:30 pm SEC Network / WatchESPN Video
* Navy vs. Notre Dame (San Diego) * 8 PM * ON CBS 
Texas at Oklahoma State 7:00 pm ABC / espn3 Video
Hawaii at Fresno State 9:30 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN Video
Oregon at Arizona 9:30 pm ESPN / WatchESPN Video
San Diego State at Nevada 9:30 pm ESPNU / WatchESPN Video

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Interesting there is a big spread on OSUs.

 

And what kind of sick bastard roots for ND?

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58 minutes ago, MLD Woody said:

Interesting there is a big spread on OSUs.

And what kind of sick bastard roots for ND?

Look at LSU 3 to 15? OSU's loss screwed up the final 4 contest it looked like ALA, OSU, ND and one other.

And I like ND, #1 baby! God's team.  :lol:

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4 hours ago, MLD Woody said:

Interesting there is a big spread on OSUs.

 

And what kind of sick bastard roots for ND?

Irish Bastards.  You got a problem with that?

 

 

 

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Well the OHIO STATE stumble certainly shook up the Final Four race......

Oct 25, 2018 - Heather Dinich ESPN writer 

LSU and Alabama can wait.

Don't look past Week 9 -- not when there are 20 other ranked teams playing, and 18 of them are either facing a ranked opponent or are away from home.

Three of the top five teams in the AP Top 25 -- No. 1 Alabama, No. 4 LSU and No. 5 Michigan -- are off this week. But the rest of the schedule features several games with the potential to derail everything you thought you knew about how the first College Football Playoff ranking of the season would look on Tuesday.

"You look around the country every week and see scores that maybe surprise you, catch you off guard," said Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz, whose Hawkeyes have an opportunity to earn a statement win at Penn State on Saturday. "I think it's the nature of college football. Biggest part of the challenge, not only matching up for your opponent, but also being focused, making sure you're spending the time you have to spend, not getting distracted on things that have nothing to do with the ballgame."

Things like ... who might be the best one-loss team in the country?

No. 7 Georgia, which had a bye last week to recover from its loss to LSU, is trying to regain focus for a playoff elimination game against No. 9 Florida in Jacksonville. The winner will take the lead in the SEC East, while the loser fades from the national stage with a second loss.

1. FLA/GEO in JAX   2. No. 18 Iowa at No. 17 Penn State (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN) 3. No. 6 Texas at Oklahoma State (8 p.m. ET, ABC)  4. No. 2 Clemson at Florida State (noon ET, ABC)  5. Navy vs. No. 3 Notre Dame (at San Diego, California)

- Heather Dinich, ESPN Senior Writer, 2007

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Well the 2018 final 4 matchup was:

1. ALA vs 4. TBA   and 2. OSU vs 3. ND

Now we're looking at the best 1 loss teams out there and when the conference championships are over that list will be longer.

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