Georgia, Tennessee battle for SEC control over 10 weeks

Remember November 5th. November 5 wasn’t circled on many calendars before the start of the college season, but it’s here now. Week 10 has the biggest game of the season in one timeslot, a trap game for those hoping for the playoffs and a road trip to Louisiana for others. Always Eastern Time. Watch College Football on fuboTV: Start Your Free Trial Now. Wisconsin’s NoonMaryland (-5) The Terps has been quietly making up one of the best seasons in over a decade, entering the game with a 6-2 record. A win in their last four games could have their best match since Ralph Friedgen took over the team in 2010. These two losses also occurred with one ownership each. Here comes Wisconsin. Hi, I’m leaving the week and made to play spoilers. Maryland has a history of being victims at this point, and although they are not favored here on the road, this season has already been different for them. Can you continue? ‘Ball Match: Maryland Passing Down. Jim Leonhard’s defense can feature a dizzying pressure package that a quarterback can pass through, and if you’re behind the chain, there’s nothing the Badgers can do more than tee off. Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa will return to action after a knee injury, so Maryland will be close to full power as it has been for quite some time. TCU’s Texas Tech (-8.5) The Frogs got what they felt was a dose of playoff disregard on Tuesday. Although undefeated, they ranked behind the team that lost one in Alabama. Well, they’ll get the first chance that the committee is wrong about the TCU. For Tech to unleash his anger, go to down 4 and find an aggressive game plan to take a break. Ball Matchup: TCU vs. slow start. Frogs have started very slowly over the past few weeks. In fact, it was a pleasant surprise that they were (barely) ahead of West Virginia. Eventually they will have to get up and continue playing. Otherwise, you may come back for a bite. The TCU Horned Frogs think they’ve been ignored by their college football playoff standings. Ben Queen/USA TODAY SportsFlorida at Texas A&M (-3) This is a game that will go a long way in deciding whether one of these teams will miss or not. help. That’s not the stake we thought the game would be back in August. But two quirky campaigns kick off at College Station. Can one of these teams get out of their own way? Notable Matchups: Conor Weigman vs. Expectation. The freshman inherited the reins against Miss Ole and had a good run, but now he will be tested again against Florida as the team has filmed him. One thing he doesn’t have to worry about is Florida edge Brenton Cox, who was fired from the team after a loss to Georgia. MiddayUCF(-3.5) at Memphis, 3:30 pm It’s unclear right now who the Knights will start at quarterback. Memphis will need all the help they can get with a struggling defense in this game. UCF will try to jump into the Tigers no matter who plays behind the center. Notable Matchups: UCF’s Defense vs. Memphis attack from the lower red zone. The Knights certainly aren’t bad on defense, but they have a style that bends but doesn’t break, especially when things are generally in the 20s as well as 10s. Some of them have to do with: Their efficient Run D helped make them a hard-to-scoring team. Tennessee, Georgia (-8), 3:30 PM This is a big game and the one we’ve all been waiting for since it became clear that Tennessee’s match against Alabama a few weeks ago was true. This is one of the biggest regular season football games unrelated to Alabama or Ohio in years and is an important moment for the Dawgs at Sanford Stadium, who usually don’t host huge games like this. Tennessee’s offense is really unstoppable, but can Georgia’s defense contain it and assert themselves in this de-facto SEC East championship game? Ball Match: Georgia vs. game script. We saw at the SEC Championship last year that if Georgia had to keep attacking, the outcome could be bad. If Georgia lags behind, it will be a big subplot how they fight back against the bad Tennessee 2nd. Especially since receiver AD Mitchell’s health is still in doubt. The tight Brock Bowers give Stetson Bennett a huge security blanket, but he’ll need more vertical threats if he’s behind several runs against Tennessee’s capable Front-7. Undefeated Tennessee and undefeated Georgia face off on Saturday. Jamar Coach/News Sentinel/USA TODAY NETWORKLiberty at Arkansas (-14), 4:00 PM Hugh Freeze returns to the SEC for a match in Fayetteville, Arkansas, a place he is familiar with. . . Coincidentally, the team Arkansas won last week (Auburn) had just fired their coach, and it is likely that Freeze will eventually take over the position if some around the program is disrupted. Notable Matchups: Laheim Sanders vs. everyone. Sanders is at a standout distance to the dashing title of college football with a striking campaign this season. He averaged 6.7 yards for the season, already over 1,041 for the season. NightClemson (-3.5), Notre Dame, 7:30pm Clemson QB DJ Uiagelele returns to where it all started. At Notre Dame Stadium in 2020, an effort to fill in the injured Trevor Lawrence exploded in a scene that eventually failed. The last time I saw the Clemson signal caller, he was on the bench as a backup while he struggled. He starts the game, but will he end it? Notable Matchups: Notre Dame Offensive Line vs. Clemson’s forehead. It doesn’t matter what happens to Clemson’s attack if the Fighting Irish fail to score. They are a team that desperately need a playmaker to outdo Micheal Mayer, and their traditionally loaded offensive line is nothing this season. It’s not good when you’re up against the talented Clemson front. Alabama (-13.5) at LSU, 7 pm LSU was left dead after a bad start to the season with two embarrassing defeats to FSU and Tennessee, but the Tigers have improved a lot over the past few weeks. This test will be stiff, but there’s a rabid LSU crowd behind it on Saturday night, which will definitely be a terrific environment. Notable Matchups: LSU’s Offensive Line vs. in front of Alabama. The LSU’s o-line situation is no longer poor, but there are still some disappointments. Texas A&M showed a few weeks ago that if they can’t block Bama, they’re going to have a bad time. The Tigers need to do their best to help QB Jayden Daniles catch up to Bryce Young. Scott Clause/USA TODAY Network Wake Forest (-3.5), NC, 8pm The Demon Deacons must let the bad stink of week 9 go. 6 giveaways and 2 extra turnovers for one of the weirdest losses we’ve seen last weekend. Matches to watch: Wake Forest’s defense vs. Attack of the NC State. Devin Leary’s injury limited Wolfpack’s attack with a backup quarterback. But they must find a way to follow Wake as long as Deac scores points the way he normally does. Cal at USC (-21), 10:30 pm How about Pac-12 after dark? To end the night, unwind with West Coast activities. This isn’t a complete trap game, but USC had a slightly tougher time beating Arizona than expected, so watch this before bed. Notable Matchups: Both Teams vs. turnover margin. These two teams are keeping their turnovers at frankly very surprising levels, so the ball could theoretically bounce off Cal’s way and make this an interesting game. If not, be careful not to buzz the Trojan horse as expected.
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