Skull Game Day Session: Get Dumped Then, Indiana

Indiana weekend is finally here.

It’s time for the Buckeyes to dominate the Hoosiers. More appropriately, it’s time to weed out Hoosiers.

Let’s have a good Saturday, shall we?

The weather doesn’t have to be important. I admit I looked at the game’s weather report a few times this week. It doesn’t look great in Columbus this afternoon with 40 degrees, cloudy skies, some rain and a bit of wind.

But — and that’s an honest question — if the Ohio State University soccer team is as good as we think, why does the weather matter?

My answer: No.

This is Ohio. It’s November in the country of the Big Ten, the heart of the Midwest. Time for Ryan’s day to keep his finely tuned Ferrari Buckeyes in the garage for the next three weeks and put up the Ford F-350 for driving on muddy back roads battered by rain, snow, and fast cold winds with its V8 engine.

I play with everything that means from a football point of view – hitting rocks, taking shots under the center, running in the middle of the field, playing with three or more midfielders, etc. The Buckeyes need to prove that there is no team and no inclement weather He can stop the football machine in Ohio.

Once the Buckeyes beat Indiana, Maryland and Michigan, Day could remove the tarp from the supercar and use it on the fast track inside Lucas Oil Stadium, beating the brakes off Illinois to anyone else standing in his way before making adjustments to face the opponent in the college football game.

But don’t let me get ahead of myself. Beat Indiana. Make sure they know it’s a terrible day to be a Hoosier.

Billions of dollars. Leave no doubt.

Today’s list. The following Saturdays of college football don’t feature many must-watch games as teams prepare for competition week weekend in the regular season. However, there are still some storylines to look out for during the day.

Can Notre Dame carry the momentum from its victory over Clemson in its confrontation with the Navy in Baltimore? Will UCF or Tulane take the top five team title in College Football this season? Will Nick Saban lose three games this year as Alabama travels to Mississippi to battle Lane Kevin and the Rebels?

It’s college football! Anything can happen!

the match

time (Eastern time)

TV / Mobile

Indiana in 2 Ohio 12:00 pm Fox

Oklahoma in West Virginia

12:00 pm

FS1

Rutgers in Michigan

12:00 pm

BTN

SMU in USF

12:00 pm

Spino

Virginia Tech in Duke

12:00 pm

RSN / ESPN3

house in Virginia

12:00 pm

ACCN

Bordeaux at 21 Illinois

12:00 pm

ESPN2

Liberty in UConn

12:00 pm

CBSSN

20 Notre Dame vs. the Navy (in Baltimore, Maryland) 12:00 pm ABC

7 LSU in Arkansas

12:00 pm

ESPN

Missouri at 5 TN

12:00 pm

CBS

Vanderbilt at 24 Kentucky

12:00 pm

SECN

James Madison at Old Dominion

1:00 pm

ESPN +

ULM in Georgia

1:00 pm

ESPN +

Temple in Houston

02:00

ESPN +

Rice at WKU

02:00

ESPN +

UMass in Arkansas

3 o’clock

ESPN3

Charlotte in Central Tennessee

3:30 pm

ESPN3

North Texas at UAB

3:30 pm

stadium

Louisiana Tech at UTSA

3:30 pm

ESPN +

Maryland in 14 Pennsylvania

3:30 pm

Fox

Northwestern Minnesota

3:30 pm

BTN

Appalachian State in Marshall

3:30 pm

ESPN +

22 UCF on 17 Tolan 3:30 pm ESPN2

New Mexico in the Air Force

3:30 pm

CBSSN

Miami (FL) at Georgia Tech

3:30 pm

RSN / ESPN3

Louisville at 10 Clemson

3:30 pm

ESPN

Wisconsin in Iowa

3:30 pm

FS1

Boston College in 16 North Carolina

3:30 pm

ACCN

Arizona in Washington state

3:30 pm

P12N

Iowa in Oklahoma

3:30 pm

Spino

9 Alabama at 11 Ole Miss 3:30 pm CBS

The army in Troy

3:30 pm

NFL

Nebraska at 3 Michigan

3:30 pm

ABC

Lamar in New Mexico

4:00 pm

Flusports

South Carolina in Florida

4:00 pm

SECN

Texas in South Alabama

5:00 pm

ESPN +

25 Washington 6 Oregon 7:00 pm Fox

1 Georgia in Mississippi

7:00 pm

ESPN

Kansas in Texas Tech

7:00 pm

ESPN +

19 Kansas State in Baylor

7:00 pm

FS1

Wyoming in Colorado

7:00 pm

CBSSN

Florida Atlantic at FIU

7:00 pm

stadium

Texas A&M in Auburn

7:30 PM

SECN

Miss South Carolina at Coastal Carolina

7:30 PM

Spino

15 North Carolina in Wake Forest

7:30 PM

ESPN2

4 TCU in 18 Texas 7:30 PM ABC

23 Florida in Syracuse

20:00

ACCN

California in Oregon

9:00 pm

P12N

Stanford at 13, Utah

10:00 pm

ESPN

San Jose State in San Diego

10:30 pm

FS1

Boise, Nevada

10:30 pm

CBSSN

Arizona at 12 UCLA

10:30 pm

Fox

Utah in Hawaii

11:00 PM

Spectrum PPV

my choices. Folks, book me another week at 2 for 3 to choose the spread. Texas Christian came, Tennessee and Notre Dame didn’t I definitely did it. Shout out to Marcus Freeman and the Irishman over defeating Dabo Swinney and Clemson in a blast fashion this past weekend.

This week, I think Illinois, Penn State and Penn State will take care of the business and cover the spread in their respective games. I’ll be keeping an incredibly close eye on me because Chase Brown is a really good player.

2022 record: 14-13

  • Purdue at No. 21 Illinois (-6.5): This is easily the most important game for the Illinois football program since the late 2000s, and a win would snatch the Big Ten West and send the Fighting Berts to Indianapolis in December. Eleni lost to Michigan State last week but outperformed the Spartans 441-294. I expect them to rely heavily on Brown to beat the Kettlemakers by a score or two and send themselves to Indy.
  • No. 7 LSU (-3.5) in Arkansas: This sounds like gimme’s choice. Like, what am I missing here? Last weekend, LSU beat Alabama and Arkansas lost to Liberty. Sure, the Tigers can be a disappointment, but I expect the country’s No. 7 team to do well against the 5-4 team, so I’ll take Brian Kelly and fahmuly strength.
  • Maryland at No. 14 Pennsylvania (-10.5): Maryland lost to Wisconsin last week despite quarterback Graham Mertz leading 5 of 18 for 77 yards. of. The Badgers won the match by running the rock, and Nittany Lions will repeat that on Saturday with Nick Singleton. Also, this Penn State defense is good, so I’m going to cover them.

Back to BUCKEYES. In Ohio, every coach is required to recruit at the highest level and secure the best talent from the United States and around the world. It’s Buckeye Standard.

In their first few years as program leaders in Columbus, Ryan Day and Chris Holtman met and exceeded those standards, recruiting the top 10 and higher categories in Columbus like it was nothing.

Ohio State football currently has No. 5 category nationally For 2023, with one five-star, 19 four-star and one three-star across 21 total commitments. Basketball also has No. 5 in the country For the next season, three four-star and one three-star make up four commitments (And now the signatories).

Hopefully Day and Holtman can find success with these talented classes coming to Ohio State. As we know, hiring at a high level is one thing and training in one is another. And as coaches know, Buckeye Nation doesn’t praise hiring. They are applauding the results on the court and on the court – it’s time to see if they get the job done.

Today’s song. “Holding on to the Champion” Bonnie Tyler.

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