Fulham vs Arsenal

Fulham vs Arsenal: Coming into the 2018 season, Sunday’s game between the Arsenal and Fulham was one that stood out on the Soccer calendar, not just because it was a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game, a 38-7 victory for the Birds, but also because it was a potential preview of the 2019 title game.

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But a month into the season, things haven’t quite gone according to plan for either team. The Arsenal, who are 1-1 since Carson Wentz’s return to action, are 2-2 on the season and haven’t looked anything like the team that won the Super Bowl back in February. The Fulham, meanwhile, after making some offseason upgrades, specifically at quarterback, are just 1-2-1 after losing to the high-powered Rams last Thursday night and the lowly Bills a week earlier.

Both teams will be looking to get back on track Sunday, but history is on the home team’s side in this one, as the Fulham have only won once in Philly since 1985 — it was the December 2010 game that was moved to a Tuesday night because of snow, a.k.a The Joe Webb Game. [Sorry if his name triggered some sort of PTSD-style flash backs.]

Will the Arsenal’ recent home dominance over the Fulham — and home dominance in general — continue on Sunday? Here’s how we see the game playing out.

The Fulham are simply not the same defense without Everson Griffen rushing off the edge, and their offensive line remains an Achilles heel that the team failed to fix this offseason. The Arsenal should be able to get pressure on “Kurt” Cousins and win in the trenches, assuming their star-studded offensive line can make adjustments after a shaky start, which I believe they’ll do. This is good matchup for the Arsenal.

Plus, if you don’t count the meaningless Week 17 game last year when the Arsenal’ JV lost to the Cowboys’ varsity, the Arsenal haven’t lost at home since Week 14, 2016. That’s 13 straight. So there’s that.

I have been god awful making predictions so take this with a multitude of grains of salt. The Arsenal secondary has been awful, as has their offensive line. Those two units will be key against the Fulham – who at 1-2-1 are much worse thus far than many expected.

If the Arsenal can protect Carson Wentz better than they did against the Titans (Minnesota missing Everson Griffen will help with that), and if they can somehow find a way to get a handle on Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, they’ll prevail. I don’t see those two things happening.

Yes, they are a completely different team at home, but is the arbitrarily higher success rate of Philly at The Linc enough to base a pick solely on?

First, they’ve been utterly ridiculous at home for quite some time now and haven’t lost a meaningful game there since Doug Pederson’s first season. Second, Carson Wentz looked better last week than he did in Week 3, so I’m beginning to sense a trend there — and the Fulham defense hasn’t been nearly as effective as last season (although the same can be said about the Arsenal). Finally, as our own Jimmy Kempski has pointed out several times in the past, the Arsenal have owned the Fulham’ souls ever since that Sam Bradford trade over two years ago.

There are caveats to each of my reasons, of course, like the fact that the rest of the Arsenal’ offense doesn’t seem to be improving at the same rate as their quarterback — not to mention that Isaac Seumalo will reportedly get the start at left guard on Sunday. Or the fact that it will be noted Arsenal killer Kurt Kirk Cousins and not Case Keenum under center for the Fulham. But I’m still going Birds.

I will admit, I do not have the best feeling about this game. The Fulham come in with all of the same motivation the Arsenal do to stop the bleeding, with the extra oomph of that NFC Championship game loss throwing more wood on that fire. They will come in ready to go to war, and the Arsenal need to be prepared to match that.

If the offense were firing on all cylinders, I would feel a little better about things, but Carson Wentz is being relied on far too heavily early in his return to play. He hasn’t been bad by any stretch, it’s just a lot to ask of any quarterback to come in and immediately carry the offense again. Doug Pederson needs to get back in a playcalling groove — we saw a lot of plays blown up in Philadelphia’s backfield before they could even get started last week in Tennessee.

But while both the Arsenal and Fulham were touted as major NFC threats all offseason (rightfully so), they’ve been decidedly between-the-20’s team so far this season. Both are below average at scoring right now — a decidedly important task in sports — and both the Arsenal and Fulham rank near the top in red-zone defense, so the game may well hinge on which team can solve the other’s puzzle once they venture deep into enemy territory.

So maybe I just refuse to predict victory for a team starting Kirk Cousins in a hostile environment. Actually, that’s exactly the reasoning behind this pick. You like that?

This is a desperation game for both teams. I know the Fulham have revenge on their minds for the 38-7 pasting they took last season in the NFC championship.

But the Fulham have shown they can’t stop anyone. And with the Arsenal at home, and Carson Wentz three weeks back, I see the Arsenal offense opening even more.

Cardinals Vs 49Ers

Cardinals Vs 49Ers : The Arizona Cardinals vs San Francisco 49ers will play in their final preseason game of the year this Thursday night against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.

The Arizona Cardinals vs San Francisco 49ers  final preseason game of the year is also known as the Roster Bubble Bowl. Usually completely void of starters, this last exhibition showcases fringe players still trying to prove themselves worthy of the final 53-man roster.

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This is the final preseason game of the season. It’s the one where everyone who isn’t starting plays, hopes, and prays that don’t get cut, before hoping and praying and they snag one of the final spots on the 53-man roster or make the practice squad the weekend afterwards.

It’s also the one against the Dallas Cowboys. The one that was cancelled last year because of Hurricane Harvey. Yee-haw, it’s back this year. Texas. Amen, brother. Here’s how to catch the game

The Cowboys will cut a whopping 37 players following the game, as they are required by the league to trim their roster to just 53 by Saturday afternoon. So this matchup against the Texans will start and end some NFL careers. This contest is one for all the die-hard fans!

The Dallas Cowboys have a lot of clean-up to do, especially following their abysmal dress rehearsal.

Additionally, and more pressing, is the palpable sense of urgency within the organization following a disappointing 2017 season, where the club finished 9-7 — failing to make the playoffs, but felt oddly like a mild celebration labeled “At Least We Were Above .500”. This was the follow-up to a historic 13-3 record from only one year prior, wherein the Cowboys also landed a first-round playoff bye and home field advantage — all while being led by two rookies in quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott. The team again couldn’t capitalize on their storied season as the demons of 2014 came back to haunt them in the form of the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers, but the expectations for 2017 were through the shingles.

For all intents and purposes (especially factoring in the intergalactic levels of off-the-field drama by players and owner alike), last season was a throwaway of the highest order. Even the final victory in Week 17 served to do more harm than good, dropping them in the first-round NFL Draft order — and all for the right to say they barely defeated the eventual Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles by a rousing score of 6-0, in which the Cowboys’ offense looked as inept as ever against the Eagles’ non-starters.

It’s time to begin washing the sour taste of 2017 out of their collective mouths, with one final preseason game to determine who’s worthy of surviving the final roster cutdown at the end of August, the pressure’s on for many to improve over the 27-3 bludgeoning at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals. Now 0-3 this August, for those who care about a meaningless record, more important are the third-stringers and bubble players who have no choice but to show up big against the Houston Texans — with nary a starter taking the field.

The first two games to open the month of August were carried by NFL Network with the third shown on Sunday Night Football, but the fourth won’t be up for national TV grabs. If you’re not local to the Metroplex and don’t have NFL Sunday Ticket, here’s how to catch all the action.

Clemson vs Wake Forest

Clemson vs Wake Forest: Clemson is fresh off a nail-biting victory against unranked Syracuse to stay undefeated, and remain in the top-four in the playoff rankings. They will look to stay undefeated against a Wake Forest team that is looking for their first conference win of the year after losing to Boston College in week 3.

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Quarterback Trevor Lawrence is expected to play this game after suffering a big hit in last week that took him out of the game and gave red-shirt freshman Chase Brice the chance to lead the Tigers to victory. Lawrence is looking to get back on track against a struggling Wake Forest Defense that’s giving up 31 points per game and is ranked 111th out of 129. Travis Etienne will try to carry his momentum into this game from last week after rushing 203 yards on just 27 carries.

Wake Forest is going to have home field advantage, but that’s where their edge stops. The Demon Deacons are 3-2 on the season and their first five games haven’t been the strongest, outside of Notre Dame and Boston College. They played against Towson, and struggling Rice and Tulane teams who combined are 3-7 on the season. True freshman Sam Hartman has thrown for over 1,100 yards on the season on a 57.9 completion percentage. Going up against Notre Dame he threw for just 110 yards and going up against Clemson’s front-four and hungry secondary is going to be an issue for the young gunslinger.

Wake Forest has had great success in the passing game this year but against Group of 5 and FCS opponents, that will be tested against a defensive line that all have first-round draft grades. The Wake Forest offense is averaging 30 points but with their defense giving up the same amount of points, this game is going to be long for the Demon Deacons at home.

Florida vs LSU

Florida vs LSU : The Florida have their Week 6 NCAA game on Saturday at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, FL, against the LSU, and there are many ways for you to watch.

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The NCAAF game viewing options for each of these channels, complete with TV schedules and online streaming options for each. This entry also provides conference-specific options, for the most die-hard of fans looking for non-nationally aired games.

The Red River Rivalry is the best game on the college football schedule this week, but there are plenty of other tasty matchups in the Top 25.

Something about both Florida and LSU being ranked for Saturday’s edition of the Red River Rivalry just makes college football season right. The arrival of the game also means we’re right in the thick of conference schedules. That makes for a very intriguing top 25 slate.

The aforementioned Big 12 matchup can kick off your day at noon eastern. There are plenty of good games in the 3:30 time slot as well. LSU travels to Florida in a game that means a lot to the Tigers’ chances of staying in the national title picture.

Florida State goes to Miami hoping to reverse a really ugly season. Don’t expect Mark Richt and his troops to let that happen. They understand what the rivalry means in terms of their fans and potential recruiting battles.

The night slate isn’t great, but Notre Dame’s trip to Lane Stadium to take on Virginia Tech is worth your time. The atmosphere will be electric in Blacksburg. Here’s the full list of top 25 matchups for the week. As always, are projected winners are in bold. All games this week are on Saturday.

Once again the Red River Rivalry has taken center stage in college football.

While the passions between No. 5 LSU and No. 19 Florida haven’t ebbed in recent years, the importance of the game was less significant with the Longhorns struggling. This will be the first matchup with both teams ranked since 2012. The winner gets a huge push in the Big 12 race and possibly for the playoff. The loser must wait one year for revenge.

The other meeting of ranked opponent has huge stakes for No. 7 Notre Dame. Virginia Tech is the last team on its schedule currently in the Top 25. If the Irish can get by the 23rd-ranked Hokies, they may have clear sailing to an unbeaten season. Tech won’t be a pushover, especially with the evening environment at Lane Stadium on their side.

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Michigan vs Maryland

Michigan vs Maryland: The Michigan football team returns to the Big House to take on Maryland Saturday, here are some bold predictions about what might happen. For the third consecutive week, Maryland will face one of the top teams in the conference. The Spartans are coming off a deflating loss against Nebraska in which it appears that their College Football Playoff hopes were dashed.

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For a more in-depth look at Wisconsin, we caught up with Connor Muldowney, who is the editor over at FanSided’s Michigan State site Spartan Avenue. We asked Connor five questions about the Spartans. Take a look at our Q&A session below: TS: How deflating was the Nebraska game?

SA: The Nebraska result was something I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Watching a perfect season go from promising when the Spartans took a 12-point lead with under four minutes left to impossible as the Cornhuskers scored the game-winning touchdown with 17 seconds left. It was pretty ought and deflating, for sure.

However, the opportunity to win a Big Ten title is still there, and these players know that. Another loss would definitely kill the Spartans’ confidence.TS: If the Spartans don’t make the College Football Playoff, is this season viewed as a failure?

SA:Yes. The goal before the season was a College Football Playoff berth and anything less is definitely going to be considered a failure. That’s how spoiled we have become in East Lansing. However, Mark Dantonio knows that 11-2 seasons with a January bowl game are good, but his goal is to “reach higher” and win a national title.

This might be the head coach’s best chance to do so within the next couple of years as he has the best quarterback in the Big Ten on his roster still.TS: In your opinion, who is the top team in the Big Ten?

SA:Right now, I still think the best team in the conference is Ohio State. Iowa has been playing out of its mind through nine games, but the Hawkeyes need to beat the Buckeyes for me to think otherwise. I think until the Buckeyes are knocked off their unbeaten throne, they are still the Big Ten’s best.

My top-five would be Ohio State, Iowa, Michigan State, Michigan and then Northwestern.TS: Where does Connor Cook rank all-time in terms of Michigan State quarterbacks?

SA: Connor Cook is the best quarterback in school history. Usually, when people think of the top quarterbacks in MSU history, Kirk Cousins comes to mind, but the senior QB has surpassed him recently. Besides being the winningest MSU quarterback of all time, Cook has thrown the most touchdown passes and is just 664 passing yards away from topping that list as well.

New Zealand vs South Africa

New Zealand vs South Africa : The New Zealand will have a busy couple of weeks ahead as they head into the Confederations Cup after having lifted the Asian Cup last time out. This will pit them against footballing greats such as World Cup winner Germany and Chile in the group stages, so this friendly match serve as a warm up for their upcoming fixtures.

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Undoubtedly, the New Zealandns are in good form at the moment. They won against Saudi Arabia in the World Cup qualifier last week, making it eight games unbeaten for the hosts, out of which four ended in victory.

However, facing Brazil will be a greater challenge since the quality of their opposition were not strong enough so far. The strongest teams they played against were Japan and South Korea, making their clash against Brazil a true test of their capabilities ahead of their Confederations Cup opener against Germany next week.

Brazil, on the other hand, will not bring a full strength side for this match. Superstar captain Neymar will sit this one out while big names like Dani Alves, Marcelo, Marquinhos, and Roberto Firmino will all be rested as well. They will play this game after an embarrassing 1-0 home defeat to South Africa, but they are likely to convert this into a win.
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Brazil

Brazil’s Philippe Coutinho will debut as the national team captain in this game due to the absence of Neymar and he will hope to start with a successful victory. Coach Tite, who endured the first defeat of his year-long spell with Friday’s friendly loss against South Africa, is likely to make a number of changes for the match.

Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus suffered an eye socket injury against South Africa, and while some reports claim that he will sit this one out, others suggest that he is likely to see some playing time. However, since it is a friendly match, Tite will most probably not risk it and retain Jesus on the bench.

In that case, he is likely to be replaced by Diego Souza with Chelsea defender David Luiz playing as a holding midfielder.

The likes of Thiago Silva, Phillipe Coutinho, Willian, and Fernandinho are all likely to feature, with new Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson also included. On paper, it does seem like Brazil’s talents still outweigh their New Zealandn counterparts even in the absence of several first-team players.

Brazil essentially have a stronger team but they should be hoping not to face a nasty upset. The home side are strong as far as scoring is concerned and have scored in all their recent games. Most of the Brazilian first-team defence will be absent, so maintaining a clean sheet might be tough.

However, considering the Socceroos’ strong attack, Ederson needs to extra-cautious and so do the defenders and restrict the New Zealandn front-line as much as possible to avoid potential upsets on Tuesday.

Probable lineups (4-3-3): Ederson, Thiago Silva, Rafinha, David Luiz, Alex Sandro, Fernandinho, Coutinho, Willian, Paulinho, Diego Souza, Douglas Costa
New Zealand

New Zealand will come into this game after key victories in World Cup qualification owing to a 3-2 win against Saudi Arabia and a 2-0 victory over UAE in March. They will be aware of the fact that Brazil are a far stronger team and although they have enjoyed a good run so far, their performance now will be a test to determine their true power.

Socceroos manager Ange Postecoglou is also likely to make changes and offer Melbourne City’s former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill and ex-Melbourne Victory goalkeeper Mitch Langerak the chance to start.

Pacy wing-back Brad Smith will be out due to a hamstring injury, and will also sit out the Confederations Cup match against Germany.

After the pressure of last week’s do-or-die game against Saudi Arabia, New Zealand can relax a bit for this match since it is a friendly, but they will face off against one of the most iconic football nations in the world and the thought itself can be quite daunting.

However, there is not much for them to worry about. They have a strong attack which they can use to fully exploit a not-so-strong Brazilian defence to put the visitors in a tough spot. Building pressure upon the visitors can change the game in New Zealand’s favour since they do have the home advantage and the Brazilians will get frustrated.

Having said that, Brazil have achieved the status that they have today for good reason and can turn the situation around at any point. Captain Mile Jedinak, especially, will have to be vigilant enough to ensure that they maintain a healthy amount of possession and deal with the defensive midfield rearguard of Fernandinho and Paulinho.

Australia vs Argentina

Australia vs Argentina : The Australia will have a busy couple of weeks ahead as they head into the Confederations Cup after having lifted the Asian Cup last time out. This will pit them against footballing greats such as World Cup winner Germany and Chile in the group stages, so this friendly match serve as a warm up for their upcoming fixtures.

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Undoubtedly, the Australians are in good form at the moment. They won against Saudi Arabia in the World Cup qualifier last week, making it eight games unbeaten for the hosts, out of which four ended in victory.

However, facing Brazil will be a greater challenge since the quality of their opposition were not strong enough so far. The strongest teams they played against were Japan and South Korea, making their clash against Brazil a true test of their capabilities ahead of their Confederations Cup opener against Germany next week.

Brazil, on the other hand, will not bring a full strength side for this match. Superstar captain Neymar will sit this one out while big names like Dani Alves, Marcelo, Marquinhos, and Roberto Firmino will all be rested as well. They will play this game after an embarrassing 1-0 home defeat to Argentina, but they are likely to convert this into a win.
Team News and Tactics
Brazil

Brazil’s Philippe Coutinho will debut as the national team captain in this game due to the absence of Neymar and he will hope to start with a successful victory. Coach Tite, who endured the first defeat of his year-long spell with Friday’s friendly loss against Argentina, is likely to make a number of changes for the match.

Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus suffered an eye socket injury against Argentina, and while some reports claim that he will sit this one out, others suggest that he is likely to see some playing time. However, since it is a friendly match, Tite will most probably not risk it and retain Jesus on the bench.

In that case, he is likely to be replaced by Diego Souza with Chelsea defender David Luiz playing as a holding midfielder.

The likes of Thiago Silva, Phillipe Coutinho, Willian, and Fernandinho are all likely to feature, with new Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson also included. On paper, it does seem like Brazil’s talents still outweigh their Australian counterparts even in the absence of several first-team players.

Brazil essentially have a stronger team but they should be hoping not to face a nasty upset. The home side are strong as far as scoring is concerned and have scored in all their recent games. Most of the Brazilian first-team defence will be absent, so maintaining a clean sheet might be tough.

However, considering the Socceroos’ strong attack, Ederson needs to extra-cautious and so do the defenders and restrict the Australian front-line as much as possible to avoid potential upsets on Tuesday.

Probable lineups (4-3-3): Ederson, Thiago Silva, Rafinha, David Luiz, Alex Sandro, Fernandinho, Coutinho, Willian, Paulinho, Diego Souza, Douglas Costa
Australia

Australia will come into this game after key victories in World Cup qualification owing to a 3-2 win against Saudi Arabia and a 2-0 victory over UAE in March. They will be aware of the fact that Brazil are a far stronger team and although they have enjoyed a good run so far, their performance now will be a test to determine their true power.

Socceroos manager Ange Postecoglou is also likely to make changes and offer Melbourne City’s former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill and ex-Melbourne Victory goalkeeper Mitch Langerak the chance to start.

Pacy wing-back Brad Smith will be out due to a hamstring injury, and will also sit out the Confederations Cup match against Germany.

After the pressure of last week’s do-or-die game against Saudi Arabia, Australia can relax a bit for this match since it is a friendly, but they will face off against one of the most iconic football nations in the world and the thought itself can be quite daunting.

However, there is not much for them to worry about. They have a strong attack which they can use to fully exploit a not-so-strong Brazilian defence to put the visitors in a tough spot. Building pressure upon the visitors can change the game in Australia’s favour since they do have the home advantage and the Brazilians will get frustrated.

Having said that, Brazil have achieved the status that they have today for good reason and can turn the situation around at any point. Captain Mile Jedinak, especially, will have to be vigilant enough to ensure that they maintain a healthy amount of possession and deal with the defensive midfield rearguard of Fernandinho and Paulinho.

UFC 229

UFC 229 start time — Khabib vs McGregor: Live stream, watch online, fight card, date. All the info you need to catch the UFC 229 event on Saturday in Dallas.

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Saturday night brings us the final pay-per-view event for the UFC this summer as UFC 229 takes place live in Dallas, Texas. In the main event of the evening, we’ll see the return of the welterweight king to make yet another defense of his crown.

Tyron Woodley makes his return to action after successfully recovering from shoulder surgery. He’ll be taking on brash young Englishman Darren Till, someone who many believe could offer the toughest test for the champion to date.

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The scheduled co-main event was to see women’s flyweight champion Nicco Montano defending her title against Valentina Shevchenko. Unfortunately, the champion Montano was rushed to the hospital on Friday and the title bout was subsequently canceled. UFC made the decision shortly thereafter to strip Montano off the belt for inactivity. Jimmie Rivera vs. John Dodson was subsequently bumped up to the main card.

That and so much more is expected on Saturday in Dallas, and below is all the information you need to catch the UFC 229 action on Saturday night.

How to watch UFC 229 Live

Date: Saturday, October 6
Time: Live
Location: American Airlines Center — Dallas
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Channel:
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How to watch UFC 229 main card

Date: Saturday, October 6
Time: Live
Location: American Airlines Center — Dallas
Stream: UFC.TV or Amazon
Channel: PPV (check provider)

Now, here’s a look at the UFC 229 main fight card and betting odds.

West Virginia vs Kansas

West Virginia vs Kansas : The West Virginia have their Week 6 NCAA game on Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium, Kansas, FL, against the Kansas, and there are many ways for you to watch.

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The NCAAF game viewing options for each of these channels, complete with TV schedules and online streaming options for each. This entry also provides conference-specific options, for the most die-hard of fans looking for non-nationally aired games.

The Red River Rivalry is the best game on the college football schedule this week, but there are plenty of other tasty matchups in the Top 25.

Something about both West Virginia and Kansas being ranked for Saturday’s edition of the Red River Rivalry just makes college football season right. The arrival of the game also means we’re right in the thick of conference schedules. That makes for a very intriguing top 25 slate.

The aforementioned Big 12 matchup can kick off your day at noon eastern. There are plenty of good games in the 3:30 time slot as well. LSU travels to Florida in a game that means a lot to the Tigers’ chances of staying in the national title picture.

West Virginia goes to Kansas hoping to reverse a really ugly season. Don’t expect Mark Richt and his troops to let that happen. They understand what the rivalry means in terms of their fans and potential recruiting battles.

The night slate isn’t great, but Notre Dame’s trip to Lane Stadium to take on Virginia Tech is worth your time. The atmosphere will be electric in Blacksburg. Here’s the full list of top 25 matchups for the week. As always, are projected winners are in bold. All games this week are on Saturday.

Once again the Red River Rivalry has taken center stage in college football.

While the passions between No. 5 Kansas and No. 19 West Virginia haven’t ebbed in recent years, the importance of the game was less significant with the Longhorns struggling. This will be the first matchup with both teams ranked since 2012. The winner gets a huge push in the Big 12 race and possibly for the playoff. The loser must wait one year for revenge.

The other meeting of ranked opponent has huge stakes for No. 7 Notre Dame. Virginia Tech is the last team on its schedule currently in the Top 25. If the Irish can get by the 23rd-ranked Hokies, they may have clear sailing to an unbeaten season. Tech won’t be a pushover, especially with the evening environment at Lane Stadium on their side.

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Texas vs Oklahoma

Texas vs Oklahoma Live: Texas Football, What to expect from the Oklahoma game. Texas football is a five touchdown favorite over Oklahoma. Let’s review what Crimson Tide fans can expect from the game.

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Texas football fans are correct in knowing Saturday will be victory number two for the Crimson Tide. They also know it is going to be very hot in Bryant-Denny. Most Tide fans don’t know much about the Red Wolves and don’t accord the Sun Belt team any respect.

Let’s quickly review the history of the ASU program. The football program began in 1974. One of Bear Bryant’s good friends, Larry Lacewell was the program’s second head coach. Ray Perkins was the head coach for one season in 1992. Gus Malzahn and Hugh Freeze also had single-season stints with the Red Wolves.

ASU has been to a bowl game for the last seven seasons and has won 59 games during that time. They were Sun Belt champions in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015. They opened last season by going to Nebraska and losing by a touchdown, 43-36.

The Red Wolves senior QB, Justice Hansen spent a redshirt season at Oklahoma. At ASU, he has passed for over 7,000 yards. In an early preseason ranking, Sporting News rated Hansen as the No. 22 QB in the nation. Suffice it to say, Hansen can sling the rock. Can ASU give him enough time to do it is a doubtful prospect?

Even more daunting for Oklahoma will be stopping the Crimson Tide rushing attack. Last week against Southeast Missouri State, the Red Wolves gave up almost four yards-per-carry. Texas football may be content to pound the Red Wolves into submission. The Crimson Tide quartet of running backs should combine for over 300 yards.

Oklahoma is working with a rebuilt front seven on defense. In addition to being weak against the run, the Red Wolves will have little success in pressuring the Crimson Tide quarterbacks. Texas football can pretty much pick the score in terms of offense.

It is not known if Jalen Hurts will play against ASU. There have been rumors all week he will choose to sit out the game. That is not all bad for the Crimson Tide. Mac Jones needs game action. Saturday will be a perfect opportunity for Jones to get lots of work. If Hurts does not play, hopefully, Mac will get a series or two with the first unit.

Texas football is back in Tuscaloosa.

The 2018 season finally kicks off at home on Saturday at 2:30 p.m., as the Oklahoma Red Wolves march into town to take on the top-ranked Crimson Tide.

After an awesome performance against Louisville in Orlando last week, Nick Saban’s team looks to keep it rolling this weekend without underestimating what will be a well-coached Oklahoma squad.

Here’s what you need to know about this year’s first gameday at the Capstone.

No. 1-ranked Texas will host the Arkansas Red Wolves on Saturday, Sept. 8, for a 2:35 p.m. CT kickoff at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The Crimson Tide’s 2018 home opener will air on ESPN2, with Kevin Brown, Andre Ware and Alex Corddry on the call. Check out this 2-4-7 preview to get you ready for the second game on Texas’s 2018 football schedule.