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    SimonBolivar

    It's here again bitches. This month there is mother fucking college football and while this is normally slow season we at least have some entertainment in realignment to keep us occupied until the season begins. My favorite thread every year is time to go...

    All times Central and the bold are my scheduled viewing...

    Week 0-

    Saturday August 28:

    Nebraska at Illinois    12:00 pm    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    Hawaii at UCLA    2:30 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video

    Eastern Illinois at Indiana State    5:00 pm    TBA
    Alcorn vs. NC Central    6:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    UConn at Fresno State    TBA    CBSSN / CBS Video
    UTEP at New Mexico State    8:30 pm    Bally Spots / $Flo Video
    Southern Utah at San Jose State    9:00 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video

    It'll be weird to see Nebby start the season @ Illinois for college football. Both teams are expected to be fairly bad, so this might be the only time I watch either team other than that glorious 11AM matchup for NU/OU. Hawaii will score 35 on UCLA but UCLA will score 52 and that should be fun. UConn @ Fresno should be an interesting matchup that you don't see too often. UTEP @ New Mexico State are both terrible but it's a rivalry even if it's a bigger basketball rivalry. We've had worse 0 weeks.

     

    Week 1-

    Wednesday September 1:

    UAB vs. Jacksonville State (Montgomery, AL)6:30pm ESPN / ESPN Video

    Better than nothing and a regional rivalry where both schools have had great success at their level. I really enjoy watching Bill Clark at UAB so I'm interested to see what level they're at this year. It's college football on tv.

     

    Thursday September 2:

    Temple at Rutgers    5:30 pm    BTN / FOX Video
    Boise State at UCF    6:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Appalachian State vs. East Carolina (Charlotte, NC)    6:30 pm    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    South Florida at NC State    6:30 pm    ACC Network / / ESPN Video
    Bowling Green at Tennessee    7:00 pm    SEC Network / ESPN Video
    Ohio State at Minnesota    7:00 pm    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    Eastern Washington at UNLV    9:00 pm    FSN / Stadium (affiliates) / FSGo Video
    Southern Utah at Arizona State    9:30 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    Weber State at Utah    TBA    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video

    Great set for the first Thursday with a rivalry in Temple @ Rutgers and then a future Big 12 battle between Boise @ UCF looks to be a blast and game of the night. I'm interesting in seeing how ECU is progressing and Appalachian State @ ECU will be a great uniform game with some good scoring. The BigTen game will probably be a blow out, but row the boat is always a wildcard. I guess y'all can watch Tennessee against one of the worst FBS teams there is to scout your future UT nemesis.

     

    Friday September 3-

    North Carolina at Virginia Tech    5:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Duke at Charlotte    6:00 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video
    Old Dominion at Wake Forest    6:00 pm    ACC Network / ESPN Video
    Michigan State at Northwestern    8:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Northern Colorado at Colorado    8:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    South Dakota State at Colorado State    8:00 pm    FS1 / FSGo
    Games online only or not scheduled for nationally available networks.
    South Dakota at Kansas    7:00 pm    $espn+ Video

     

    Fun little Friday with two good games and then a Big 12 showing where KU will probably lose to South Dakota. UNC @ VaTech is going to be a great one and I know Northwestern wants revenge on Michigan State for their upset over them last year. Damn good opening Friday, but I have to admit if they could have Colorado vs Colorado State instead of those FCS games it would be a bit better.

     

    Saturday September 4-

    Army at Georgia State    11:00 am    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    Colgate at Boston College    11:00 am    ACC Network / / ESPN Video
    Fordham at Nebraska    11:00 am    BTN / FOX Video
    Holy Cross at UConn    11:00 am    CBSSN / CBS Video
    Kansas State vs. Stanford (in Arlington)    11:00 am    FS1 / FSGo
    Louisiana Monroe at Kentucky    11:00 am    SEC Network / ESPN Video
    Oklahoma at Tulane    11:00 am    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video
    Penn State at Wisconsin    11:00 am    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    Western Michigan at Michigan    11:00 am    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Fresno State at Oregon    1:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    Lafayette at Air Force    1:00 pm    FSN / Stadium (affiliates) / FSGo Video
    Alabama vs. Miami (Atlanta)    2:30 pm    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video
    Indiana at Iowa    2:30 pm    BTN / FOX Video
    Marshall at Navy    2:30 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video
    West Virginia at Maryland    2:30 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Central Michigan at Missouri    3:00 pm    SEC Network / ESPN Video
    Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State    3:00 pm    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    UMass at Pittsburgh    3:00 pm    ACC Network / / ESPN Video
    Louisiana Lafayette at Texas    3:30 pm    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    San Jose State at USC    4:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    Oregon State at Purdue    6:00 pm    FS1 / FSGo
    Syracuse at Ohio    6:00 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video
    Texas Tech at Houston    6:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Clemson vs. Georgia (Charlotte, NC)    6:30 pm    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video

    Florida Atlantic at Florida    6:30 pm    SEC Network / ESPN Video
    Northern Illinois at Georgia Tech    6:30 pm    ACC Network / / ESPN Video
    UTSA at Illinois    6:30 pm    BTN / FOX Video
    Kent State at Texas A&M    7:00 pm    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    Montana at Washington    7:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    LSU at UCLA    7:30 pm    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    Arizona vs. BYU (Las Vegas)    9:30 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Nevada at California    9:30 pm    FS1 / FSGo

    New Mexico State at San Diego State    9:30 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video
    Utah State at Washington State    10:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video

     

    I'll be at the Baylor @ Texas State game so I'll miss most of what looks to be one of the best opening Saturdays we've seen in a long time outside of what I can watch at the tailgate. There are just a plethora of great games. We're going to need about 5 screens at any given time with this schedule. Usually on the opening Saturday you're struggling at the 2:30 mark to find a decent game, but every time slot is full of fantastic games.

     

    Sunday, September 5th-


    Florida A&M vs. Jackson State    2:00 pm    ESPN2 / ESPN Video
    Grambling vs. Tennessee State    3:00 pm    TBA
    Cramton Bowl: Fort Valley State vs. Tuskegee    6:00 pm    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    Notre Dame at Florida State    6:30 pm    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video

     

    Early game is Prime Time coaching against FAMU so we have to see how that is going and Notre Dame @ FSU needs no introduction.

     

    Monday, September 6th-

    Louisville vs. Ole Miss (Atlanta)7:00 pmESPN / ESPN Video

     

    Hell yeah why the fuck not

     

     

    TL;DR- It's fucking football time

     

     

    http://www.lsufootball.net/tvschedule.htm


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    What an awesome opening slate. It's amazing that a ranked vs ranked matchup involving Texas is barely cracking the national radar for most people just because there are actual good P5 battles and Boise-UCF.

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    Kids soccer game finishes at 11 on Saturday so I've already said no messing around when over.

    Will be watching KSU/Stanford, OU/Tulane, and PSU/Wisconsin @ 11, will start flipping over at Arky/Rice @ 1 to see how they look since that's week 2 and 3 opponents.  Bama/U and WVY/Maryland @ 2:30 will replace the 11 am games and hopefully catch a little of the Pirate, then Texas at 3:30.  Will only flip away from it at half.  Tech/UH, UGA/Clemson, UCLA/LSU and Kent State/aggy will round out the night.  Will have the grill going at some point.

     

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    15 minutes ago, Elmer_Fudd said:

    Kids soccer game finishes at 11 on Saturday so I've already said no messing around when over.

    Will be watching KSU/Stanford, OU/Tulane, and PSU/Wisconsin @ 11, will start flipping over at Arky/Rice @ 1 to see how they look since that's week 2 and 3 opponents.  Bama/U and WVY/Maryland @ 2:30 will replace the 11 am games and hopefully catch a little of the Pirate, then Texas at 3:30.  Will only flip away from it at half.  Tech/UH, UGA/Clemson, UCLA/LSU and Kent State/aggy will round out the night.  Will have the grill going at some point.

     



    So, don’t make the kids skip their game because I’m going to watch CFB all day…

     

    ok, got it. 

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    3 hours ago, SimonBolivar said:

    Oklahoma at Tulane    11:00 am    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video

    Why are we not playing at Tulane every 4/5 years?  And UNLV for that matter?

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    35 minutes ago, WBT said:

    Why are we not playing at Tulane every 4/5 years?  And UNLV for that matter?

    We might now.   We are going SEC where cupcake non conference is not shunned, but encouraged.   Especially if we go in 2022 where will have to find a replacement game for the Bama non conference.  

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    1 hour ago, Nueces River Rat said:

    We might now.   We are going SEC where cupcake non conference is not shunned, but encouraged.   Especially if we go in 2022 where will have to find a replacement game for the Bama non conference.  

    I'm sure they haven't said but is it expected the SEC will stay at 8 conference games? That would mean that UT needs to find 2 noncon games. 

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    1 minute ago, SimonBolivar said:

    I'm sure they haven't said but is it expected the SEC will stay at 8 conference games? That would mean that UT needs to find 2 noncon games. 

    That’s up in the air….. The fact two additional teams are in the equation might force the nine conference games and an easy out for the SEC to shed the criticism they get as it stands right now.   They should have done this when aggy and Mizzou joined so they don’t wait 8 years to play a conference opponent the first time like aggy  when they played  UGA in 2019.  

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    1 hour ago, SimonBolivar said:

    I'm sure they haven't said but is it expected the SEC will stay at 8 conference games? That would mean that UT needs to find 2 noncon games. 

    I fully expect a shift to a 9-game schedule. aggy will blame us for the additional L each year.  We should take credit, in any event.

    And I don't see us changing our non-conference scheduling philosophy. 

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    1 hour ago, immamac said:

    Not sure how I feel about you going to the lamest game of the whole weekend to miss the rest of the games. 

    Gotta Support The Team GIFs | Tenor

     

    Sadly the way BU looked on the OL last year it might turn out to be a good game.

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    The Week 1 slate has a ton of intrigue this year. That Thursday, my Scarlet Knights should take care of Temple and then Boise-UCF and tOSU-Minnesota are a good 1-2 punch later. On Friday, I'll definitely watch UNC-VT, and I'll give MSU-NW a shot. On Saturday at 11, I'll rotate between WMU-UM, PSU-Wisconsin, and Stanford-K State, though the first and last of those might get boring. Rice-Arkansas at 1 is a sneakily good game sandwiched between those and the 2:30/3 slate. Texas-Louisiana is my primary focus, and I'll give Bama-Miami a shot before it gets out of hand. IU-Iowa, WV-UMD, CMU-Mizzou, and even SJSU-USC have my attention as well. Following those, I'll give Oregon St-Purdue and Tech-UofH some attention before UGA-Clemson in primetime. UTSA-Illinois might be gross, but I'll still watch it. The trio of LSU-UCLA, Nevada-Cal, and BYU-Arizona will produce at least one good game to close out the night. ND-FSU on Sunday might not be bad, and Louisville-Ole Miss on Labor Day should be fun.

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    Any gambling plays in Week Zero? There's got to be an easy call on Neb-Ill, right? 

    Hawaii will either lose by 90 or play UCLA really tough. No in-between with them. 

     

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    11 minutes ago, Tomatillo said:

    Any gambling plays in Week Zero? There's got to be an easy call on Neb-Ill, right? 

    Hawaii will either lose by 90 or play UCLA really tough. No in-between with them. 

     

    Yeah I think Frost will load up on Illinois to try to get some heat down. Beating them by 35 won't help in the end though.

     

    I enjoy CFB too much to gamble during it.

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    3 hours ago, LTtxfan said:

    FUCK -- LOOKS LIKE BRANDO CALLING 1ST TEXAS GAME !!!

     

    He's a UL-Monroe guy so I'm sure he hates Louisiana and will call them Louisiana-Lafayette all game.

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    On 8/1/2021 at 7:13 PM, Elmer_Fudd said:

    Kids soccer game finishes at 11 on Saturday so I've already said no messing around when over.

    If theyre still of the age where you can comfortably carry them, my advice to you is this:

    As the game’s final seconds tick away, get into a track stance as close to the sideline as you can. Once you hear the echo of the final whistle, sprint to your kid, pick them up (one arm is ideal as you need the other to assist in running speed), run your ass to the car (speak to no one) and get the fuck home. 

    My dad literally did this with me on my very first Texas-OU game as an 8 year old. Great day. We won our soccer game and Texas beat those jackoffs.

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    On 8/1/2021 at 4:58 PM, SimonBolivar said:

    It's here again bitches. This month there is mother fucking college football and while this is normally slow season we at least have some entertainment in realignment to keep us occupied until the season begins. My favorite thread every year is time to go...

    All times Central and the bold are my scheduled viewing...

    Week 0-

    Saturday August 28:

    Nebraska at Illinois    12:00 pm    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    Hawaii at UCLA    2:30 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video

    Eastern Illinois at Indiana State    5:00 pm    TBA
    Alcorn vs. NC Central    6:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    UConn at Fresno State    TBA    CBSSN / CBS Video
    UTEP at New Mexico State    8:30 pm    Bally Spots / $Flo Video
    Southern Utah at San Jose State    9:00 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video

    It'll be weird to see Nebby start the season @ Illinois for college football. Both teams are expected to be fairly bad, so this might be the only time I watch either team other than that glorious 11AM matchup for NU/OU. Hawaii will score 35 on UCLA but UCLA will score 52 and that should be fun. UConn @ Fresno should be an interesting matchup that you don't see too often. UTEP @ New Mexico State are both terrible but it's a rivalry even if it's a bigger basketball rivalry. We've had worse 0 weeks.

     

    Week 1-

    Wednesday September 1:

    UAB vs. Jacksonville State (Montgomery, AL)6:30pm ESPN / ESPN Video

    Better than nothing and a regional rivalry where both schools have had great success at their level. I really enjoy watching Bill Clark at UAB so I'm interested to see what level they're at this year. It's college football on tv.

     

    Thursday September 2:

    Temple at Rutgers    5:30 pm    BTN / FOX Video
    Boise State at UCF    6:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Appalachian State vs. East Carolina (Charlotte, NC)    6:30 pm    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    South Florida at NC State    6:30 pm    ACC Network / / ESPN Video
    Bowling Green at Tennessee    7:00 pm    SEC Network / ESPN Video
    Ohio State at Minnesota    7:00 pm    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    Eastern Washington at UNLV    9:00 pm    FSN / Stadium (affiliates) / FSGo Video
    Southern Utah at Arizona State    9:30 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    Weber State at Utah    TBA    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video

    Great set for the first Thursday with a rivalry in Temple @ Rutgers and then a future Big 12 battle between Boise @ UCF looks to be a blast and game of the night. I'm interesting in seeing how ECU is progressing and Appalachian State @ ECU will be a great uniform game with some good scoring. The BigTen game will probably be a blow out, but row the boat is always a wildcard. I guess y'all can watch Tennessee against one of the worst FBS teams there is to scout your future UT nemesis.

     

    Friday September 3-

    North Carolina at Virginia Tech    5:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Duke at Charlotte    6:00 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video
    Old Dominion at Wake Forest    6:00 pm    ACC Network / ESPN Video
    Michigan State at Northwestern    8:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Northern Colorado at Colorado    8:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    South Dakota State at Colorado State    8:00 pm    FS1 / FSGo
    Games online only or not scheduled for nationally available networks.
    South Dakota at Kansas    7:00 pm    $espn+ Video

     

    Fun little Friday with two good games and then a Big 12 showing where KU will probably lose to South Dakota. UNC @ VaTech is going to be a great one and I know Northwestern wants revenge on Michigan State for their upset over them last year. Damn good opening Friday, but I have to admit if they could have Colorado vs Colorado State instead of those FCS games it would be a bit better.

     

    Saturday September 4-

    Army at Georgia State    11:00 am    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    Colgate at Boston College    11:00 am    ACC Network / / ESPN Video
    Fordham at Nebraska    11:00 am    BTN / FOX Video
    Holy Cross at UConn    11:00 am    CBSSN / CBS Video
    Kansas State vs. Stanford (in Arlington)    11:00 am    FS1 / FSGo
    Louisiana Monroe at Kentucky    11:00 am    SEC Network / ESPN Video
    Oklahoma at Tulane    11:00 am    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video
    Penn State at Wisconsin    11:00 am    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    Western Michigan at Michigan    11:00 am    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Fresno State at Oregon    1:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    Lafayette at Air Force    1:00 pm    FSN / Stadium (affiliates) / FSGo Video
    Alabama vs. Miami (Atlanta)    2:30 pm    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video
    Indiana at Iowa    2:30 pm    BTN / FOX Video
    Marshall at Navy    2:30 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video
    West Virginia at Maryland    2:30 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Central Michigan at Missouri    3:00 pm    SEC Network / ESPN Video
    Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State    3:00 pm    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    UMass at Pittsburgh    3:00 pm    ACC Network / / ESPN Video
    Louisiana Lafayette at Texas    3:30 pm    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    San Jose State at USC    4:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    Oregon State at Purdue    6:00 pm    FS1 / FSGo
    Syracuse at Ohio    6:00 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video
    Texas Tech at Houston    6:00 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Clemson vs. Georgia (Charlotte, NC)    6:30 pm    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video

    Florida Atlantic at Florida    6:30 pm    SEC Network / ESPN Video
    Northern Illinois at Georgia Tech    6:30 pm    ACC Network / / ESPN Video
    UTSA at Illinois    6:30 pm    BTN / FOX Video
    Kent State at Texas A&M    7:00 pm    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    Montana at Washington    7:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video
    LSU at UCLA    7:30 pm    FOX (cable) / FOX Video
    Arizona vs. BYU (Las Vegas)    9:30 pm    ESPN / ESPN Video
    Nevada at California    9:30 pm    FS1 / FSGo

    New Mexico State at San Diego State    9:30 pm    CBSSN / CBS Video
    Utah State at Washington State    10:00 pm    Pac-12 / Pac-12 Video

     

    I'll be at the Baylor @ Texas State game so I'll miss most of what looks to be one of the best opening Saturdays we've seen in a long time outside of what I can watch at the tailgate. There are just a plethora of great games. We're going to need about 5 screens at any given time with this schedule. Usually on the opening Saturday you're struggling at the 2:30 mark to find a decent game, but every time slot is full of fantastic games.

     

    Sunday, September 5th-


    Florida A&M vs. Jackson State    2:00 pm    ESPN2 / ESPN Video
    Grambling vs. Tennessee State    3:00 pm    TBA
    Cramton Bowl: Fort Valley State vs. Tuskegee    6:00 pm    ESPNU / ESPN Video
    Notre Dame at Florida State    6:30 pm    ABC (cable) / espn3 Video

     

    Early game is Prime Time coaching against FAMU so we have to see how that is going and Notre Dame @ FSU needs no introduction.

     

    Monday, September 6th-

    Louisville vs. Ole Miss (Atlanta)7:00 pmESPN / ESPN Video

     

    Hell yeah why the fuck not

     

     

    TL;DR- It's fucking football time

     

     

    http://www.lsufootball.net/tvschedule.htm

     

     

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    On 8/3/2021 at 3:16 PM, SimonBolivar said:

     

    I enjoy CFB too much to gamble during it.

    Lisa: What could be more exciting than the savage ballet that is pro football?
    Homer: Well...you know...you like ice cream, don't you?
    Lisa: Uh-huh.
    Homer: And don't you like ice cream better when it's covered with hot fudge and mounds of whipped cream and chopped nuts and, oh, those crumbled-up cookie things they mash up. Mmm...crumbled-up cookie things.
    Lisa: So gambling makes a good thing even better.
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    College football is BACK! All the Week 0 games going down this weekend

    FBS

    • Nebraska at Illinois¬†-- 1 p.m. ET, Fox. Bret Bielema's debut at Illinois, but the focus is on Scott Frost and Nebraska. If it's possible for a Week 0 game to be a must-win,¬†this is it.
    • UConn at Fresno State¬†-- 2 p.m. ET, CBS Sports Network. UConn's first game since Nov. 30, 2019.
    • Hawai'i at UCLA¬†-- 3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN. An important tuneup game for Chip Kelly's Bruins before the Tigahs of LSU visit the Rose Bowl next week.
    • UTEP at New Mexico State¬†-- 9:30 p.m. ET. New Mexico State has won three straight in this I-10 rivalry.
    • Southern Utah at San Jose State¬†-- 10 p.m. ET, CBS Sports Network. Brent Brennan's crew begins its defense of the program's first Mountain West title.

    FCS

    • Eastern Illinois at Indiana State¬†-- 6 p.m. ET, ESPN+
    • Alcorn State vs. North Carolina Central¬†(at Atlanta) -- 7 p.m. ET, ESPN.¬†GameDay¬†will be on hand at Center Parc Stadium to ring in the new season.

    Division II

    Kentucky State at Central State (Ohio) -- 3 p.m. ET. The Classic for Columbus kicks off the 2021 D2 season begins at the Horseshoe after neither program competed in 2020.

    Division III

    No games. The division that played the fewest games in 2020 will be the last to join the party in 2021.

    NAIA

    A nearly full schedule for Week 0, so full we might have to call it Week 1. Let's split the difference and consider this Week 0.5.

    Arkansas Baptist at Tabor (Kan.)
    Central Methodist (Mo.) at Grand View (Iowa)
    Mayville State (N.D.) at Roosevelt (Ill.)
    Iowa Wesleyan at St. Ambrose (Iowa)
    Evangel (Mo.) at Clarke (Iowa)
    Sterling (Kan.) at Midland (Neb.)
    College of Idaho at Montana State-Northern
    Carroll (Mont.) at Montana Western
    Florida Memorial at Edward Waters (Fla.)
    Lyon (Ark.) at Missouri Baptist
    North American (Texas) at Louisiana College
    Missouri Valley at Peru State (Neb.)
    Briar Cliff (Iowa) at Waldorf (Iowa)
    Madonna (Mich.) at Lawrence Tech (Mich.)
    Northwestern (Iowa) at Presentation (S.D.)
    MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) at Graceland (Iowa)
    Benedictine (Kan.) at William Penn (Iowa)
    Baker (Kan.) at Culver-Stockton (Mo.)
    Eastern Oregon at Montana Tech
    Dakota State (S.D.) at Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.) 

    https://footballscoop.com/news/college-football-is-back-full-week-zero-0-schedule

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    On 8/23/2021 at 8:57 AM, hpslugga said:

    If theyre still of the age where you can comfortably carry them, my advice to you is this:

    As the game’s final seconds tick away, get into a track stance as close to the sideline as you can. Once you hear the echo of the final whistle, sprint to your kid, pick them up (one arm is ideal as you need the other to assist in running speed), run your ass to the car (speak to no one) and get the fuck home. 

     

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    6 minutes ago, Hook1997 said:

    Damn they are still propping Corso up out there on gameday!

    It’s beyond sad at this point.  When he talks, you can see everyone just waiting to help him through. I rarely watch this show anymore, and this morning reminds me why. 

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    7 minutes ago, cabowabo said:

    It’s beyond sad at this point.  When he talks, you can see everyone just waiting to help him through. I rarely watch this show anymore, and this morning reminds me why. 

    Yep, I love that stupid show but it's too painful to watch. 

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