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Saturday’s college football headliner will be in the ACC when Clemson takes on Florida State at 7p.m. CT. The Noles will be without the services of their starting quarterback after it was announced late Friday that he would be suspended for the entire game. Rerdshirt Sophomore Sean Maquire will get his first collegiate start.
Meanwhile, Auburn defeated No.20 Kansas State 20-14 on Thursday night, so Tiger fans will be able to browse between channels to catch some of the rest of the national games being played on Saturday.
There are plenty of games on tap and as usual, we have listed below the broadcast schedule for all of Saturday’s games for your College Football viewing guide. The game times are Central and all SEC games as well as those involving top 25 teams are underlined.
Games on ESPN/ABC can be viewed by clicking here and games on ESPN3 can be viewed by clicking on this link. Have a good weekend from Track ‘em Tigers and…
Eastern Michigan at No. 11 Michigan State – Big 10 Network
Troy at No. 13 Georgia - SEC Network
Bowling Green at No. 19 Wisconsin - Espn2
Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech – ESPN
Iowa at Pittsburgh – EspnU
Western Illinois at Northwestern – EspnNews
Southern Illinois at Purdue – Big 10 Network
Maryland at Syracuse – Espn3
Tulane at Duke – Espn3
Maine at Boston College – Espn3
Delaware State at Temple – Espn3
Marshall at Akron – Espn3
Hawaii at Colorado – Pac12 Network
Florida at No. 3 Alabama - CBS
No. 6 Texas A&M at SMU – abc / Espn2
See the rest of the schedule after the jump:
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Auburn vs. Kansas State, Open Thread. Tonight, the Auburn Tigers take on the Kansas State Wildcats, in Manhattan Kansas at one of the toughest stadiums in the Big 12. As always, feel free to participate and enjoy this thread.
A preview of Thursday night matchup between No. 5 Auburn Tigers and Kansas State. It will be Auburn's first serious test of the 2014 season. The Wildcats are 2-0, and ranked 20th in the AP Top 25. The Tigers will have their hands full with a tough K-State team, and a raucous record-setting crowd expected for this one.Read Full Story
Story about how Auburn will test opposing defenses with Sammie Coates and Duke Williams, two of the best Wide Receivers in college football.Read Full Story
The Dirty Dozen looks at the games that Auburn’s opponents play throughout the season, highlighting points of interest, tendencies and potential issues for their remaining season and their future game against Auburn.
If you've been following this series, you'll know how this works, but if you're seeing this for the first time I give a rating for each game based on the table below. I'll also conduct an analysis of that team's Efficiency Rating as the season progresses and present to you my comments about the matchups:
!!! – Best game of the week
!! – Surprisingly good
! – Average to good
? – Why would I watch this?
?? – Who would watch this?
??? – What the hell is this?
ER = Efficiency Rating (see the latest Cafe Malzahn updated numbers)
Apparently the national media has been underwhelmed with Auburn’s performance so far this season. Sure they remain among the nation’s top five, but you’d be hard pressed to find anyone outside of the Alabama footprint talking about them.Read Full Story
War Eagle, everybody! Today, the Auburn Tigers are at rest while college football continues with Week Three. The headliner today is Georgia at South Carolina, in a matchup that will impact the Eastern Division Championship. So in our Open Thread for today we check out the Gamecocks and the Bulldogs - two future Auburn opponents.
While there isn't many headliner games being played over the weekend, there is one game taking place in the Palmetto State Saturday that should be worth watching. Before the season began everyone thought it would be the de-facto SEC East Championship game.
For your convenience we have listed the weekend's TV broadcast schedule for all games this weekend and that game in South Carolina ...
Happy Friday, fellow Barners. On a bye week edition of some weekly musings of mine, I take a look at some required fixing on both sides of the ball for the Tigers, my take on a top SEC matchup this week, a fun look at the newest Auburn uniform concept, Penn State's recent lifted probation, and much more. Take a look!Read Full Story
Acid Reign takes a look at Auburn and college football after the first two weeks of the season. He says the Malzhan offense has kept on truckin’, and is averaging 544 yards per game. And that’s considering that both contests were out of hand in the 4th quarter, where a lot of backups played ...Read Full Story
The Auburn soccer Team is off to a great start in the 2014 season. The Tigers are undefeated with a 5-1-0 overall record after last weekends wins in Oxford, Mississippi at the Rebel Classic. The Tigers fast start has landed them in the Top 25 rankings. The NSCAA/Continental Tire Poll has Auburn ranked at No.18 in the nation.Read Full Story
Predictions for the Top 25 match-ups for the third week of the 2014 season with particular emphasis on future/past Auburn opponents and what it means in the Tiger’s quest to repeat as SEC Champions.Read Full Story
These are the weeks that drive statisticians crazy. Early September blowouts over unranked and undersized teams from lesser conferences always skew the early numbers drastically, mathematically obscuring some errors which are glaringly obvious to the viewer, but often aren't evident in the numbers until ...Read Full Story
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