Skip to comments.College Football Schedule for Week 13: Dates, Times, TV Channels, How to Watch
Posted on 11/21/2019 10:02:07 AM PST by C19fan
Heres the complete Week 13 college football schedule with dates, matches, locations, kickoff times and TV channels.
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This is the rare Saturday where the best game of the day is at the Noon window. In a possible playoff elimination game, #9 Penn State visits the Enclosed Horseshoe. THE Ohio State University is a 18 and a hook point favorite. One possible reason for the large spread is Penn State's defense in its last two games gave up 31 pts to Minnesota and 27 points to Indiana. Also, the best defensive player in college football Chase Young will be rested and available for THE Ohio State University. I posted a story about Buckeye Nation claiming they will boycott ESPN College Gameday. We shall see how many people are in the background when Lee Corso does his hat selection pick.
For the mid-afternoon window perhaps one of these games might provide some tension. TAMU visits UGa. Texas visits Waco. Michigan pays a visit to Indiana.
The prime time game is TCU visits Norman. Oregon visiting the Fightin' Herms is potential alternative viewing.
LSU is going to blow out the Razorbacks.
I had a post the LSU spread over Arkansas is the largest for a SEC match up since 1978.
That Ohio State and Penn State spread seems awfully high. I don’t usually watch much Big Ten football, but that’s worth a look. The #9 team in the nation should be able to keep it close with anyone, unless they are overrated.
Yeah, and they are really deadly at home. I don’t see Penn State with a chance of winning, but 18.5 is a three possession game. I’m just hoping for a closer game, as there are not that many good matchups this weekend.
The LSU-Arkansas spread I think opened at 46, is at about 44.5. What was the 1978 spread. If I were to Guess, it had to be a Bear Bryant Alabama team vs. Vandy.
So tell me: Why are the weekday(TWTh) games the pits? The NCAA is missing something here. 100+ teams out there and they can’t put together ONE good matchup?
That's the problem with OSU - their games get so lopsided only a big fan will watch. I'll watch competitive games.
Since Penn State joined the Big Ten @ 93, or 94 it has been a good rivalry for the most part with both teams being ranked. The scores have been close with few exceptions. OSU has @ a 3-1 win record since Penn joined B10.
Home field crowd for either stadium is always a plus for these games also. Sold Out, and loud!
Well, I live in the South and follow an SEC football team closely. Many of the SEC teams like to schedule “cup cakes” or “cream puffs”, whatever your preferred nomenclature is, before their big-time in-state rival games. For example, next week is the Iron bowl for Alabama-Auburn, the Egg bowl for Ole Miss-Miss.State, Florida plays Florida State, Kentucky plays Louisville, South Carolina plays Clemson and Tennessee plays Vanderbilt and UGA plays Georgia Tech. All of those are in-state games. The other SEC teams that play next week are LSU-Texas A&M and MiZZOU vs. Arkansas. Note that LSU, MIZZOU and Arkansas play in SEC league play this week. LSU-Arkansas, MIZZOU-TENN, and Texas A&M plays UGA. So there are only 3 SEC league games this week. So for the SEC, that explains the crappy schedules this week.
Remember, NCAA does not control scheduling and in reality has impact on football like they do for all other NCAA Championships (i.e. NCAA BB tourney). Football schedules are the total control of the Conferences working in conjunction with league members.
Penn State has been playing Ohio State close the last few years. Penn State by 3 in 2016, Ohio State by 1 in 2017 and 2018.
Part of that is due to Urban Meyer being an arrogant a$$. Example, him thinking it was a good idea to kick the opening kickoff to Saquon Barkley in 2017 and Barkley proceeded to house it. Arrogant fool got what he deserved there.
That 18.5 number is HUGE in light of the recent history of this matchup. But most of the main players from those teams are gone. That said, I wouldn’t touch that number this year. If forced, gimme Ohio State to cover. Home game, superior talent, and first year head coaches tend to like to make the boosters happy and cover the spreads, leaving little room for the underdog to squeak out a late 4th qtr cover with a last minute touchdown.
OSU @ MICHIGAN - 30 Nov.
Fighting Khakis have a chance? Any early lines...?
FIU Beats “Da U”...Bwahahahahahahahahaha!
I have so many comments Id love to add, but as an OU fan, my team barely escaped TCU tonight, at home, when TCU had about 200 yds total offense... Im gonna pass.
But damn Miami, damn
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