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    Re: 2020 NCAA Division I FBS and FCS Football Season Thread

    Top 25 FBS Rankings After Week 6
    AP Poll
    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...0/seasontype/2

    Coaches Poll
    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...0/seasontype/2

    Bowl Projections after Week 6
    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...ections-week-6

    BB55's College Football National Playoff Semifinal Projection after Week 6
    1. Clemson vs. 4. Georgia
    2. Alabama vs. 3. Ohio State
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    BB55's Top 25 FBS Picks - Week 7

    Wednesday October 14, 2020
    #21 Louisiana-Lafayette over Coastal Carolina

    Friday October 16, 2020
    #17 Southern Methodist over Tulane

    #14 Brigham Young over Houston

    Saturday October 17, 2020
    #8 Cincinnati over Tulsa

    #1 Clemson over Georgia Tech

    BB55's Match of the Day #1: #13 Miami (FL) over Pittsburgh

    #15 Auburn over South Carolina

    BB55's Match of the Day #2: #18 Tennessee over Kentucky

    #4 Notre Dame over Louisville

    BB55's Match of the Day #3: #11 Texas A&M over Mississippi State

    #5 North Carolina over Florida State

    BB55's Match of the Day #4: #23 Virginia Tech over Boston College

    BB55's Match of the Day #5: #2 Alabama over #3 Georgia
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    Re: 2020 NCAA Division I FBS and FCS Football Season Thread

    Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban tests positive for COVID-19
    https://apnews.com/article/virus-out...1f8ad2175ede00

    LSU Tigers-Florida Gators postponed after 19 Gators tested positive for COVID-19
    https://www.foxnews.com/sports/flori...itive-covid-19
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    Re: 2020 NCAA Division I FBS and FCS Football Season Thread

    NCAA waives bowl eligibility wins requirement
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/sport...nt/3656916001/
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    Baylor-Oklahoma State game postponed
    https://www.dallasnews.com/sports/ba...ma-state-game/
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    Re: 2020 NCAA Division I FBS and FCS Football Season Thread

    Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban has two straight negative tests for COVID-19
    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...ronavirus-test
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    The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers handed the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns their first loss of the season after upsetting the #21 ranked team in the nation on Wednesday night, 30-27.

    Jalen Williams helped the Cajuns draw first blood after hauling in a 12-yard touchdown pass from Levi Lewis to make it 7-0 almost five minutes into the game.

    CJ Marable replied for Coastal Carolina with a one-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 7 after one quarter.

    Grayson McCall gave the Chants their first lead of the game with a 13-yard touchdown pass to Marable, but Massimo Biscardi missed the extra point.

    Marable had 113 total scrimmage yards and two total offensive touchdowns in the game.

    But Lewis helped the Cajuns tie the game with a eight-yard touchdown run, but Nate Snyder missed his extra point as the teams were tied at 13 at halftime.

    McCall helped the Chants take a 20-13 lead midway through the third quarter when he threw his second touchdown pass of the game to Jaivon Heiligh from six yards out before Elijah Mitchell equalized the scores at 20-all after three quarters with a nine-yard scamper into the end zone.

    The Chants grabbed the first takeaway of the game when Jordan Morris picked off Lewis on the first play before the end of the third quarter deep into Cajun territory.

    McCall made the Cajuns pay with a three-yard plunge to make it 27-20 Coastal Carolina early in the fourth.

    McCall completed 17 of 24 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns and added 45 rushing yards and a score in the game.

    Mitchell replied for Louisiana-Lafayette with his second rushing major in the game with a one-yard punch to tie the game at 27.

    But Coastal Carolina had the final word when Biscardi nailed a 40-yard field goal as the Chants led 30-27 with four seconds left.

    Lewis tried to rally the Cajuns, but came up short.

    Lewis completed 14 of 24 passes for 173 yards and a touchdown and led his team in rushing with 84 and a major, but that one interception cost the Cajuns.

    Louisiana-Lafayette goes to 3-1 overall and 2-1 in Sun Belt play while Coastal Carolina moved to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in Sun Belt play.
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    Under the Friday Night Lights, Sonny Dykes and the #17 ranked Southern Methodist Mustangs escaped New Orleans' Yulman Stadium with a 37-34 victory in overtime over the Tulane Green Wave.

    It started badly for SMU when T.Q. Jackson fumbled a punt return and set up Michael Pratt throwing a 31-yard touchdown pass to Mykel Jones to give Tulane a 7-0 lead.

    SMU replied with a 10-0 run to give themselves a 10-7 lead after the first quarter.

    Danny Gray trampled the Tulane defense with a 32-yard touchdown run to make it 7-7 and Chris Naggar slotted a 48-yard field goal.

    Past the midway point of the second quarter a missed 45-yard field goal attempt by Naggar set up Pratt's one-yard touchdown run to give Tulane a 14-10 lead before Shane Buechele replied for the Mustangs with a 10-yard touchdown pass to Rashee Rice as SMU led 17-14 with under three minutes to go in the first half.

    Merek Glover helped Tulane tie the game at 17 at halftime with a 34-yard field goal.

    Tulane scored the first points in the third quarter when Stephon Huderson, who had 132 rushing yards on 19 carries in the contest, scampered 22 yards to the house to give Tulane a 24-17 lead with 11:38 left in the third.

    SMU replied back when Ulysses Bentley IV, who had 94 rushing yards on 25 carries, tied the game at 24 1:12 later.

    SMU nearly had another disaster when Jackson fumbled during another punt return before his teammates recovered it.

    Naggar booted his second field goal of the game from 33 yards out to give SMU a 27-24 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

    Pratt helped the Green Wave take a 31-27 lead 2:01 into the fourth quarter with his second touchdown run of the game from seven yards away.

    Pratt completed 12 of 29 passes for 192 yards and a touchdown and added 26 rushing yards and two majors on the ground in a losing effort.

    The pendulum swung SMU's way midway through the fourth when Buechele threw his second touchdown pass of the game to Gray from 10 yards out to give the Mustangs a 31-27 lead.

    Buechele completed 23 of 37 passes for 384 yards and two touchdowns while Gray had 208 all-purpose yards and two scores.

    Tulane just won't go away as Glover connects from 27 yards out for his second field goal of the game to make it a 31-31 ballgame with 1:30 left in regulation.

    SMU had a chance to win the game in regulation, but Naggar missed a 57-yard attempt to force overtime.

    SMU won the toss and elected defense first to start overtime.

    Pratt threw the only interception of the game in Tulane's first overtime possession setting up Naggar who slotted home his third field goal of the game 34 yards out to send SMU to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in American Athletic Conference play.

    Tulane falls to 2-3 overall and 0-3 in AAC play.

    Meanwhile in Houston's TDECU Stadium, the #14 ranked Brigham Young Cougars outscored the Houston Cougars 29-6 in the second half en route to a 43-26 victory.

    Dalton Witherspoon opened the scoring with a 27-yard field goal to give Houston a 3-0 lead before BYU went on a 14-0 to take a 14-3 lead after the first quarter.

    It took one play for the first touchdown of the game as BYU QB Zach Wilson connected with Dax Milne from 78 yards out to give BYU a 7-0 lead and Lopini Katoa added a one-yard touchdown run to give the Cougars a 14-3 lead.

    However, Houston dominated the second quarter outscoring BYU 17-0 to take a 20-14 lead into halftime.

    Clayton Tune found Christian Trahan from 29 yards out to make it 14-10 BYU and Houston had a 17-14 advantage when Tune delivered a five-yard strike to Nathaniel Dell.

    After BYU turned the ball over on downs, Witherspoon booted a 49-yard field goal to make it 20-14 Houston.

    Houston had a BYU player sent off when Micah Harper was ejected for targeting Kyle Porter
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    Tune took advantage with a five-yard touchdown run to give Houston a 26-14 lead with 3:05 to go in the third, but Tune was intercepted on the two-point conversion.

    Tune completed 21 of 31 passes for 310 yards and two touchdowns and tacked on 25 more and a score on the ground.

    It was all BYU from there.

    Wilson and Milne found each other again with a two-yard dink to make it 26-21 Houston after three.

    Wilson threw his third touchdown of the game to Masen Wake from eight yards away to make it 29-26 BYU with 10:35 left in regulation.

    Wilson helped Milne complete his receiving hat trick with a 18-yard touchdown strike after Houston was called for kick catch interference as BYU led 36-36 with 3:06 left.

    Wilson completed 25 of 35 passes for 400 yards and four touchdowns.

    After Houston turned the ball over on downs, Tyler Allgeier sealed the victory with a 14-yard touchdown run.

    BYU moves to 5-0 overall while Houston drops to 1-1 overall.
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    The #1 ranked team in the nation, the Clemson Tigers put up their most points scored in a road game since 1915 after vaporizing the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 73-7 inside Atlanta's Bobby Dodd Stadium.

    Clemson had a 94-0 destruction of Furman when the Palladins were the Purple Hurricane.

    Trevor Lawrence completed 24 of 33 passes for 404 yards and five touchdowns with Amari Rodgers catching two of them.

    Meanwhile in Notre Dame Stadium, Brian Kelly and the #4 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish used ball control to squeak by the Louisville Cardinals, 12-7.

    The Irish had 36:15 of time of possession and converted 8 of 15 third-downs for the win.

    Jonathan Doerer helped Notre Dame score the only points of the first half with two first quarter field goals of 32 and 30 yards as Notre Dame led 6-0 at halftime.

    The first touchdown of the game didn't come until 7:37 remaining in the third quarter.

    Malik Cunningham, who completed 16 of 19 passes and had 167 total yards in the game, found Marshon Ford from one yard out to give Louisville a 7-6 lead.

    Ian Book had only 106 passing yards, but had 47 including a 13-yard scamper to give Notre Dame a 12-7 lead with 3:43 left in the third quarter, but failed on the two-point conversion.

    Notre Dame had 232 yards on the ground with Kyren Williams having 127 of them.

    Notre Dame moves to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in Atlantic Coast Conference play as they will tangle with one of their fiercest rivals, the Pittsburgh Panthers, next week at Heinz Field while Louisville drops to 1-4 overall and 0-4 in ACC play.

    Speaking of Pitt, the #13 ranked Miami (FL) Hurricanes had D'Eriq King burning them through the air in Miami's 31-19 win over the Panthers.

    Despite throwing two picks, King completed 16 of 31 passes for 222 yards and four touchdowns including two to Will Mallory.

    The Miami defense sacked Joey Yellen three times and yielded only 22 rushing yards as the Hurricanes move to 4-1 overall and 3-1 in ACC play while Pitt falls to 3-3 overall and 2-3 in ACC contests.
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    Mark Stoops has the Kentucky Wildcats upward as they won two straight after an 0-2 start with a 34-7 romp over Jeremy Pruitt and the #18 ranked Tennessee Volunteers.

    It's Kentucky's first win in Knoxville's Neyland Stadium since 1984.

    After a scoreless first quarter, the Kentucky defense set the tone with three interceptions including two pick-sixes off Jarrett Guarantano by Kelvin Joseph and Jamin Davis.

    Terry Wilson completed 12 of 15 passes for 101 yards and a touchdown to Allen Dailey Jr. from a yard out, but it was the running game that gave the Vols fits as they had 187.

    Christopher Rodriguez Jr. had 73 of them and a major.

    Both teams are 2-2 overall, all games in SEC play.

    Meanwhile in Columbia, SC's Williams–Brice Stadium, Wil Muschamp saw the South Carolina Gamecocks win two in a row after upsetting Gus Malzahn and the #15 ranked Auburn Tigers, 30-22.

    Collin Hill had 144 yards through the air and two total offensive touchdowns and Kevin Harris had 83 yards on the ground and two majors.

    Bo Nix had 341 total offensive yards and a touchdown and Tank Bigsby added 111 yards on the ground and a score, both in losing efforts.

    However, the South Carolina defense sacked Nix three times and Nix threw three interceptions.

    Auburn's discipline didn't help either as they had nine penalties for 89 yards including a game-ending personal foul with hands to the face.

    Both teams are 2-2 overall, all four games in SEC play.

    Jimbo Fisher piled more misery on Mike Leach as the #11 ranked Texas A&M Aggies doubled up the Mississippi State Bulldogs, 28-14.

    Aggies QB Kellen Mond had 139 passing yards and two touchdowns despite throwing a pick-six to Emmanuel Forbes while Isaiah Spiller added 114 yards on the ground and two scores on 18 carries.

    K.J. Costello was benched for Will Rogers in the game.

    Mississippi State lost three straight games to go to 1-3 overall while Texas A&M goes to 3-1 overall.
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    #8 ranked Cincinnati Bearcats game with the Tulsa Golden Hurricane postponed due to COVID-19
    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/spo...es/3664244001/
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    Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide continue to have Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs' number.

    Saban goes to 22-0 against his former assistants including a 3-0 mark against Smart after the #2 ranked Tide rolled in the second half en route to a 41-24 win over the #3 ranked Bulldogs.

    The game started badly for the gunslinging QBs in Mac Jones and Stetson Bennett in their opening possessions.

    But the Tide drew first blood when Jones threw a 40-yard bomb to John Metchie III to give Alabama a 7-0 lead almost two minutes into the game.

    Georgia tied the game at seven after the first quarter when Zamir White found paydirt with a 10-yard touchdown run.

    The Bulldogs had the first bite of the cherry in the second quarter when Bennett found James Cook on a 82-yard strike on a two-play, 86-yard drive to give Georgia a 14-7 lead.

    Will Reichard's 33-yard field goal cut Georgia's lead to four points 14-10 before the Bulldogs bumped their lead back to seven when Jack Podlesny nailed a 50-yard field goal to make it 17-10 Georgia with 5:42 left in the first half.

    Jones threw his second touchdown pass of the game to DeVonta Smith from 17 yards out to level the scores at 17 with 3:06 left in the second quarter.

    Bennett answered back for the Bulldogs with a five-yard touchdown rope to Jermaine Burton as Georgia led 24-17.

    However, Alabama cut the deficit to 24-20 at halftime when Reichard slotted home a 52-yard field goal.

    It was all Alabama in the second half as they outscored Georgia 21-0.

    Jones threw his third touchdown strike of the game with a 90-yarder to Jaylen Waddle as Alabama led 27-24 with four minutes left in the third quarter.

    Bennett started to meltdown in the second half as he threw his second interception of the game to Malachi Moore.

    That pick sets up Najee Harris, who had 152 rushing yards on 31 carries, punched a two-yard rushing major to give Alabama a 34-24 lead before the end of the third quarter.

    Bennett threw his third interception of the game early in the fourth quarter.

    That interception allowed Jones to find Smith for the second time in the game to seal the win for the Tide.

    Smith completed 24 of 32 passes for 417 yards and four touchdown including two to Smith.

    Georgia tried to make it a two-possession game, but Podlesny missed his kick from 35 yards out.

    Bennett completed 18 of 40 passes for 269 yards and two touchdowns and three interceptions in a losing effort for the Bulldogs and was sacked three times.

    Alabama goes to 4-0 while Georgia drops to 3-1.
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    The Florida State Seminoles grabbed their first scalp in the Mike Norvell era after handing Mack Brown and the #5 ranked North Carolina Tar Heels their first loss of the season holding off a late Tar Heel charge in a 31-28 triumph.

    Seminoles QB Jordan Travis led the way with 191 yards through the air on eight of 19 completions and a touchdown, but did more damage on the ground with 107 of Florida State's 241 rushing yards and two majors.

    La'Damian Webb also chipped in with 109 rushing yards.

    The Seminoles defense also played a part when Joshua Kaindoh had a pick-six on Sam Howell as Florida State led 31-7 at halftime.

    But Howell and Javonte Williams helped North Carolina claw their way back into the game.

    Williams, who had 186 total scrimmage yards and a rushing score in the game, added a receiving major from 38 yards out and the Tar Heels tack on a two-point conversion to make it 31-15 with 4:07 left in the third quarter.

    Howell threw his second touchdown pass of the quarter to Beau Corrales to pull North Carolina to within 10, 31-21 after three.

    Howell threw his third touchdown pass with under five minutes left in regulation to Dyami Brown to make it a 31-28 game.

    However, the Seminoles defense shut the Tar Heels down with a turnover on downs as North Carolina was at the Florida State 41-yard line with 33 seconds left.

    The Seminoles defense also had four sacks on Howell in the game.

    Florida State goes to 2-3 overall and 1-3 in ACC play while North Carolina falls to 3-1 overall.

    Meanwhile in Blacksburg's Lane Stadium, Justin Fuente and the #23 ranked Virginia Tech Hokies trampled the Boston College Eagles, 40-14.

    The Hokies trampled the BC defense with 350 yards rushing.

    Hokies QB Hendon Hooker had 164 yards on 18 carries and a rushing hat trick.

    Hooker also completed 11 of 15 passes for 111 yards and a touchdown.

    The Hokies defense had five takeaways in this victory.

    Eagles QB Phil Jurkovec, who had 345 passing yards and two touchdowns, had three of the five BC turnovers.

    Virginia Tech goes to 3-1 while BC goes to 3-2 overall including 2-2 in ACC play.
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    BB55's Three Studs and Three Duds - 2020 College Football Season: Week 7

    Three Studs
    1. Arkansas Razorbacks
    Why? Sam Pittman has the Razorbacks at 2-2 overall after picking off six Ole Miss Rebels passes in their 33-21 victory. They do have a shot at bowl eligibility if they keep it up, but it's a daunting task after their bye week.

    2. Florida State Seminole QB Jordan Travis
    Why? The Mike Norvell era in Tallahassee had their first big scalp in Norvell's first season as Florida State head coach after stunning Mack Brown and the #5 ranked North Carolina Tar Heels, 31-28.

    Travis had 298 total offensive yards and had in hand in three Florida State touchdowns against North Carolina.

    3. North Texas Mean Green QB Jason Bean
    Why? Bean had 350 of North Texas' 768 total offensive yards and five scores in their 52-35 romp over the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders.

    Three Duds
    1. Auburn Tigers
    Why? After their 30-22 defeat to the South Carolina Gamecocks and the first Auburn squad to lose to them as a Southeastern Conference member, Gus Malzahn, Bo Nix and the Tigers were knocked out of the College Football Playoff picture.

    2. Kirby Smart unable to beat Alabama...again
    Why? Smart is 0-3 as Georgia Bulldogs head coach against Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide. Stetson Bennett melting down in the second half with three picks including two in the second half and the Georgia defense gave up 564 yards also didn't help Smart's case.

    3. Duke Blue Devils' ball security
    Why? Duke turned the ball over 22 times in their six games so far this season including three interceptions in their 30-21 defeat to the North Carolina State Wolfpack.
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    Top 25 FBS Rankings After Week 7

    AP Poll
    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...0/seasontype/2

    Coaches Poll
    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...0/seasontype/2

    ESPN's Bowl Projections after Week 7
    https://www.espn.com/college-footbal...ections-week-7

    BB55's College Football Playoff National Semifinal Predictions After Week 7

    1. Clemson
    2. Alabama
    3. Ohio State
    4. Oregon

    5. Florida
    6. Oklahoma State
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    Alright, ruthianblast and the rest of the Big Ten fanatics. The Big Ten Conference returns to football this weekend.

    What do you all think of my season predictions?

    BB55's Picks - 2020 NCAA Division I FBS and FCS Season: Big Ten

    Big Ten East Division
    1 (Winner). Ohio State
    2. Penn State
    3. Michigan
    4. Michigan State
    5. Indiana
    6. Maryland
    7. Rutgers

    Big Ten West Division
    1. Minnesota
    2. Wisconsin
    3. Iowa
    4. Purdue
    5. Nebraska
    6. Illinois
    7. Northwestern

    Big Ten Conference Championship Game Pick: Ohio State over Minnesota
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    Okay Maynerd. The Mountain West Conference will return to football this weekend.

    What do you think of my predictions for the MW football season?

    BB55's Picks - 2020 NCAA Division I FBS and FCS Season: Mountain West

    Note: MW is nixing divisions for the 2020 season. Top two teams in the standings advance to the MW title game.
    https://mwwire.com/2020/10/02/mounta...ions-for-2020/

    1. Boise State
    2. San Diego State
    3. Air Force
    4. Nevada
    5. Fresno State
    6. Wyoming
    7. Colorado State
    8. Hawaii
    9. Utah State
    10. San Jose State
    11. Nevada-Las Vegas
    12. New Mexico

    Mountain West Conference Championship Game Pick: Boise State over San Diego State
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