All Blacks vs Ireland

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The 30th meeting between the All Blacks and Ireland will take place at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, with the home side searching for a win against the All Blacks for just the second time in their 141-year history.

The first of those came a fortnight ago in Chicago, where they claimed a historic 40-29 win over the reigning world champions at Soldier Field.

The match will be the 16th clash between the two nations in Dublin, the only city in Ireland that has hosted a test match for the All Blacks.

Despite the All Blacks being regular visitors to the Irish capital, they are still relative newcomers to the six-year-old Aviva Stadium, with this weekend’s test being just the third time they have played at the venue.

The previous two occasions the three time world champions played at the 51,700-capacity stadium have been contrasting matches.

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Date: Saturday, November 19

Time: 12:30 p.m. ET

Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Irish fans will descend on the Aviva Stadium this weekend wondering whether lightning might strike twice. Having ended their 111-year hoodoo against the All Blacks in Chicago, Ireland now have an opportunity to do the unthinkable; win two games in a row against the world champions.

Indeed, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has suggested his side are the underdogs ahead of the clash, but that can surely be written off as brinkmanship of the highest order. Especially as he has welcomed back several senior stars for the trip to Dublin.

New Zealand have made five changes to the side that was beaten in Chicago. Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock are both fit again and will start, while Malakai Fekitoa and Anton Lienert-Brown form the centre partnership having impressed against Italy, and there is also a start for Israel Dagg.

New Zealand were rattled in Chicago. Their lineout, normally imperious, misfired on three ocassions and they conceded 17 turnovers as they struggled to reel Ireland in. One reason for that was the performances of Donnacha Ryan and Devin Toner in the Irish second row.

In 2010, the All Blacks dominated the Irish in a 38-18 victory, while in 2013, the two nations played out in what can be considered as one of the greatest rugby union tests of all-time.

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Ireland’s 40-29 victory in Chicago ended the All Blacks’ 18-game winning streak and are now primed for a furious backlash at the Aviva Stadium.

As Steve Hansen and Joe Schmidt argue over who is favourites for Saturday’s rematch, Ireland skipper Rory Best has challenged his side to scale new heights in performance to pull off another victory.

Hansen’s claim has been met with near incredulity in all corners, especially as the All Blacks boast a 92 per cent win rate during his tenure. They have lost just four in 66 during Hansen’s reign, and those statistics belie his claim that Ireland enter Saturday’s clash as favourites.

Just because Ireland claimed their first-ever win over New Zealand on November 5, the hosts have insisted that does not change the complexion of facing the world’s best team one iota.

Ireland have rejected any suggestion of mind games from New Zealand and Hansen but he has no doubt issued that tag in order to challenge his side to hit back to expected form.

The return of fit-again duo Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock is expected to transform New Zealand’s approach.

Firstly the potent locks will boost the All Blacks’ scrum and lineout no end. But more than that, Retallick especially should revamp New Zealand’s approach with ball in hand.

New Zealand: 15 Ben Smith, 14 Israel Dagg, 13 Malakai Fekitoa, 12 Anton Lienert-Brown, 11 Julian Savea, 10 Beauden Barrett, 9 Aaron Smith; 1 Joe Moody, 2 Dane Coles, 3 Owen Franks, 4 Brodie Retallick, 5 Sam Whitelock, 6 Liam Squire, 7 Sam Cane, 8 Kieran Read (c).

Replacements: 16 Codie Taylor, 17 Wyatt Crockett, 18 Charlie Faumuina, 19 Scott Barrett, 20 Ardie Savea, 21 TJ Perenara, 22 Aaron Cruden, 23 Waisake Naholo.

Ireland: 15 Rob Kearney, 14 Andrew Trimble, 13 Jared Payne, 12 Robbie Henshaw, 11 Simon Zebo, 10 Johnny Sexton, 9 Conor Murray; 1 Jack McGrath, 2 Rory Best (c), 3 Tadhg Furlong, 4 Donnacha Ryan, 5 Devin Toner, 6 CJ Stander, 7 Sean O’Brien, 8 Jamie Heaslip.

Replacements: 16 Sean Cronin, 17 Cian Healy, 18 Finlay Bealham, 19 Iain Henderson, 20 Josh van der Flier, 21 Kieran Marmion, 22 Paddy Jackson, 23 Garry Ringrose.

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Ireland pulled off one of their great victories when they topped New Zealand in a rugby union international in Chicago two weeks ago. Now, the Irish need to find a way to do it again when they host an All Blacks team out for revenge at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday.

To just pile on the pressure, New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has tagged Ireland as the favourites for this autumn international, owing to the last result between the two teams and the fact that this match will be played in environs more familiar to the Irish.

“As expected, there is huge excitement and anticipation within our squad ahead of this weekend’s Test against the Irish,” Hansen said. “While there was obvious disappointment at the loss in Chicago, disappointment doesn’t win Test matches – it’s about having great preparation and attitude, and delivering on the day.

“We know the challenge we face from Ireland will again be massive and we are going into the game as the underdogs. They’ll be full of confidence and committed to delivering on their home patch.

Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock rejoin the All Black forward pack for the second test against Ireland.

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The peerless Retallick acts as a hugely-dangerous auxiliary midfield playmaker in New Zealand’s unique attacking system. Few teams have managed to shut down the wily operator, so Ireland have to do just that in order to produce another victory.

When Ireland ran New Zealand all the way in their 24-22 defeat in Dublin 2013, for the first hour back-rower Sean O’Brien struck fear into the stunned All Blacks.

New Zealand’s overtime converted try to steal the game has since been well documented, with the All Blacks exploiting that last-gasp victory in order to boost their unbeatable aura.

Ireland know how hard it is to beat the All Blacks once, so backing up that performance just two weeks after their momentous night in the States seems a tall order. They have had the best part of a fortnight to prepare for this match, but then so too have New Zealand.

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College Football 2016

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Week 12 isn’t the most loaded college football schedule ever, but that’s what we said about Week 11, and see where that got us? A good place. Below, we present the Week 12 FBS TV and streaming schedule with games categorized by quality. That’s determined by a subjective combo of stakes, competitiveness, what else is on at the time, and so forth.

It’s that time of week again, with ESPN College GameDay set to kickoff a busy Saturday. This weekend, ESPN hit the road and traveled to MAC country to feature the undefeated No. 14 Western Michigan Broncos against Buffalo.

Three games feature ranked teams on both sides, with definite postseason stakes in the Big 12, Pac-12, and SEC. We’ve even got a big weeknight game this time around. Otherwise, we’re finding fun where it arrives and waiting on big upsets because there’s gonna be another one before this regular season ends.(Click here for NCAA FB Week-12 picks without regard to the spread.)

As we all know by now, appearances can be decieving, as an ordinary slate of games somehow ended up with three of the top four teams in the country losing. Well, this week’s slate is a bit more interesting, and it features games that will have a major impact on the College Football Playoff picture, upsets or no upsets.

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NCAA FB: Week-12

When: Saturday, November 19, 2016

Online: NCAAF Game Pass

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Florida Gators at LSU Tigers:

#23 Florida

#16 LSU

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Last season North Florida scored 108 points against LSU and the Tigers were still able to come away with an 11-point victory. This year, LSU hopes it doesn’t have to score 119 to put away the Ospreys as North Florida will take on the Tigers at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center at 7 p.m.

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It’s been six weeks since Hurricane Matthew caused the cancellation of LSU at Florida. After much, much debate and frustration, the SEC and both schools agreed to play the game at 1 p.m. ET this Saturday on the SEC Network in Baton Rouge instead of its original site, Gainesville. Both teams are also buying out non-conference opponents this weekend.

The new date and location came after several days of contentious negotiations involving the two schools and the SEC.

“Look, anything that comes up that really is out of your control, I mean, you can sit and cry about it or you can just move on,” Florida coach Jim McElwain said. “That’s what we’ve got to do. It is what it is. We’re going there to play and that’s the way it is.”

These teams’ seasons have come much more clearly into focus than they were when the postponement took place.

Oregon Ducks at Utah Utes:

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#12 Utah

2:00 PM (ET) Rice-Eccles Stadium, Salt Lake C

The No. 11 Utes, who host downtrodden Oregon on Saturday (2 p.m. ET, Pac-12 Network), are second in the nation in interceptions and No. 1 in takeaways after last week’s 49-26 victory at Arizona State.

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Now UO closes the season with consecutive games away on the road, where it is winless this season. Oregon is attempting to avoid the distinction of becoming the first UO team since 1981 to lose the season’s first five road games, but 11th-ranked Utah, which has won four of its last five, will have other plans.

Utah entered the AP poll Sept. 18 at No. 24 and has risen to 11th in the past nine polls. Its only losses came Oct. 1 against California, when the Golden Bears stuffed Utah on fourth down on a goal-line stand, and Oct. 29 against then-No. 4 Washington.

“There is not a chance we will be looking past those guys. Not a chance at all. They’re very talented on offense. I mean, they’re Oregon. They have had some struggles on defense this year, but offensively, they’re scoring points, they’re moving the ball. They’ve got firepower.”

Georgia Southern Eagles at Georgia State Panthers:

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Georgia State

2:00 PM (ET) ESPN3 Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA

The Georgia State Georgia Southern rivalry is presumably the most intense in the sun belt conference. With the Eagles’ high-powered run game and the Panthers’ defense continuously causing havoc for opposing offenses, I expect this to be a very competitive match in the trenches.

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If the Eagles are going to finish 2016 strong, they’ll need their quarterback to be healthy. Once a position of great depth, injuries to Kevin Ellison and Favian Upshaw forced Tyson Summers to give the ball to true freshman Seth Shuman. The impact to the team’s trademark ground game was devastating.

While there’s no single reason that led to Miles’ ouster, an inability to crank up the offense was certainly a factor. The administration will almost certainly want to bring in a replacement who can develop quarterbacks and put more points on the board.

The Georgia Southern Eagles could use a nice road victory after losing six of their last seven games. The Georgia Southern Eagles must win their final two games to become bowl eligible. Kevin Ellison is completing 60.9 percent of his passes for 713 yards, six touchdowns and three interceptions.

Indiana Hoosiers at Michigan Wolverines:

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#3 Michigan

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Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI

Michigan will bounce back after the loss against Iowa, but the weather could be problematic for the passing attack if the winds are as high (25 mph) as expected. With the Wolverines expected to break in a new starting quarterback, John O’Korn, the run game will need to offer a boost.

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Michigan beat Indiana, 48-41, in two overtimes last year, tying the game with two seconds left in regulation on Jehu Chesson’s TD catch and winning on Amara Darboh’s 25-yard touchdown reception. The Hoosiers have not beaten Michigan since 1987 and have not won on the road in the series since 1967. The Wolverines are outscoring teams by an average of 27.4 to 4.6 in the first quarter this year. Indiana has lost seven fumbles in its last two games.

There are some gripes about Michigan still being No. 3 in the CFP rankings after its loss to Iowa. They’ve gotten louder with Wilton Speight out. But the Wolverines are still one of the top four teams in the nation despite the setback, and they’ll go back to proving that this week.

Indiana has won two of its last three and always has had the ability to score. The Hoosiers also need one more victory to become bowl-eligible. But scoring against the Michigan defense is no easy task, and the potential loss of QB Wilton Speight  should be easily overcome.

Washington State Cougars at Colorado Buffaloes:

#22 Washington State

#10 Colorado

3:30 PM (ET) FOX Folsom Field, Boulder, CO

A potential Pac-12 championship berth is on the line for both Washington State and Colorado when the No. 22 Cougars travel South to take on the 10th-ranked Buffaloes Saturday in Boulder.

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WVU fans are mad right now, and they have plenty of reason to be. West Virginia is ranked five spots below Oklahoma even though it has one less loss and basically the same wins as the Sooners. I’m guessing this will make what is typically a feisty Morgantown, West Virginia, crowd even more colorful by the time kickoff arrives Saturday night.

The 12th-ranked Buffaloes (8-2, 6-1 Pac-12) are the most surprising team in the country, considering they were picked to finish last in the Pac-12 South in a vote of league media and had only five conference victories in their first five seasons in the league.

The Cougars, the last remaining undefeated team in conference play at 7-0, sit atop the Pac-12 North standings entering Saturday’s tilt vs. CU. If WSU can grab a win in Boulder, then take down rival Washington (No. 6 in in the latest College Football Playoff rankings) next week, they will represent the North in Santa Clara.

Florida State Seminoles at Syracuse Orange:

#17 Florida State

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Both defensive end DeMarcus Walker and quarterback Deondre Francois are expected to be in action when the Seminoles play at Syracuse on Saturday. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. ET at the Carrier Dome with the game featured in a split telecast between ABC and ESPN2.

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Regardless of whether or not Florida State’s season has lived up to the lofty preseason expectations, another week brings another matchup where the Seminoles are heavy favorites against a conference opponent, this time on the road against Syracuse. The Orange, at 4-6 on the year, have bowl eligibility on the line this week but will be severely outmatched, especially if they are without their starting quarterback, Eric Dungey.

After the Orange suffered a 35-20 setback to NC State last weekend, head coach Dino Babers and Co. fell to 4-6 on the season with the Seminoles and a trip to Pittsburgh left on the schedule. Given the overall strength and talent level of the former and the latter is brimming with confidence after an upset at Clemson, it would not be a surprise if the Orange have seen their last win of the 2016 season.
Syracuse had significantly lower expectations in Babers’ maiden voyage in central New York. Although the odds of making a bowl are long, Babers helped establish an identity for the program going forward with his no-huddle, up-tempo offense. The Orange made strides on that side of the ball, but an injury to quarterback Eric Dungey has slowed progress there.
Buffalo Bulls at Western Michigan Broncos:

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#21 Western Michigan

3:30 PM (ET) ESPNU
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Waldo Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI

The cheers began before the show began. Hundreds of Western Michigan students chanting “Row The Boat, Row The Boat.” And when the hosts stepped onto the set they got even louder.

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The 14th-ranked Broncos (10-0 overall, 6-0 Mid-American Conference), one of two remaining unbeaten FBS teams, will try to keep their fans happy when they host Buffalo (2-8, 1-5) on Saturday (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPNU). As an added treat, ESPN’s College Gameday show will hold its broadcast at the Kalamazoo, Mich., campus, a rarity for a Mid-American Conference program.

WMU running back Jarvion Franklin vs. Buffalo’s rush defense. Franklin recorded his sixth consecutive 100-yard rushing game in last week’s 37-21 win over Kent State. Franklin, whose 39 career rushing touchdowns are tied for the most in program history, is second in the MAC this season with 1,152 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns.

“The reception has been tremendous,” said College GameDay host Rece Davis. “I think the excitement that we’ve been able to sense since we made this decision has been palpable for us. So we’re excited.”

Missouri Tigers at Tennessee Volunteers:

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#19 Tennessee

3:30 PM (ET) CBS Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, TN

Tennessee will look to extend its win streak to three in a row when the No. 19 Volunteers host Missouri Saturday in Knoxville. The Tennessee Vols host the Missouri Tigers this weekend for the final game of the 2016 season at Neyland Stadium.

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Florida heads to Baton Rouge this week to face LSU in a 1 p.m. ET kick. If the Gators win, they will lock up the SEC East title. Tennessee won’t know the outcome of that game and thus, won’t know if their title hopes are still alive prior to kicking off against Missouri at 3:30 p.m. ET. If Florida loses to the Tigers, then the Vols will have a chance to win the division if they win their last two games against Missouri and Vanderbilt.

The Tigers earned their first win in the SEC this season last week against Vanderbilt after jumping out to a hot start and holding on for the victory. It was a much needed win in Columbia after a five-game losing streak that including losses to Middle Tennessee State and South Carolina.

LSU, Florida, Middle Tennessee State and Kentucky averaged over 348 yards per game rushing against Missouri. The game plan for Tennessee should be very simple: run the dang ball. Alvin Kamara is back and John Kelly has looked good as the new No. 2 back in place of Jalen Hurd.

Virginia Tech Hokies at Notre Dame Fighting Irish:

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Notre Dame

3:30 PM (ET) NBC Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dam

At 4-6, Notre Dame needs to win its final two games to gain bowl eligible. For a team that came into the year with College Football Playoff aspirations, fighting for a bowl bid is the last place the Irish expected to be with two weeks to go.

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Heading into today’s game at Notre Dame, the Hokies’ first trip to South Bend, it didn’t seem like Tech’s players were at all awestruck by the storied history of the Golden Domers, their 11 national championships, seven Heisman Trophy winners or even the 1993 hit film “Rudy,” about fabled Irish walk-on Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger.

While Notre Dame is looking to find its way to the college football postseason, Virginia Tech is trying to get over last week’s loss to Georgia Tech that could have wrapped up an ACC Coastal title for the Hokies. This week’s outcome won’t affect the ACC Coastal title race, but Virginia Tech would like to carry some positive momentum into its season finale against Virginia that will decide the division.

The Hokies need to have success running the ball and maintain a run-first offense against Notre Dame. The Irish have allowed 150-plus rushing yards seven times this season and are 1-6 in those games they’re 3-0 when allowing fewer than 150 yards.

Western Carolina at South Carolina Gamecocks:

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South Carolina

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This is the final game of the 2016 season for Western Carolina. The Catamounts have earned wins against Gardner Webb and VMI in head coach Mark Speir’s fifth campaign in Cullowhee. They lost 49-21 at Furman last Saturday.

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South Carolina went into Gainesville and played a tough game against Florida, but the offense could not do enough, and the Gamecock were defeated 20-7. The running game gave no help to quarterback Jake Bentley, as 43 yards were all the Gamecocks could muster on the ground.

The State’s Josh Kendall warns of the Catamounts’ RB Detrez Newsome. Kendall describes Newsome as “a workhorse back who provides a lot each time he gets the ball.” The running back has 916 yards on the ground this year, a whopping 6.8 yards per carry. Kendall also adds a dimension to the passing game, as the team’s No. 3 receiver, with 30 catches for 332 yards.

Since taking over the starting job, Bentley has been what the Gamecocks needed under center and has shown that he could be a star in the SEC soon. Look for him to air it out more and get some reps against the mediocre Catamounts passing defense.

Stanford Cardinal at California Golden Bears:

#24 Stanford

California

5:30 PM (ET) AC12 Memorial Stadium , Berkeley, CA

The Cardinal have won three in a row and seemed to have righted their ship, while the Bears have dropped their last three outings and need to win their final two games to reach bowl eligibility.

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The Big Game has been all Stanford the last six years, with Christian McCaffrey’s 192 yards rushing leading the Cardinal to a win last season. McCaffery might not put up such gaudy numbers in this meeting, but he’ll get his share as the Cardinal outlasts Davis Webb and the Golden Bears.

The Cardinal have a chance to finish 9-3, which is certainly a bit disappointing. However, that’s how far Stanford has come as a program: being disappointed over a nine-win season. Davis Webb will get his share of yards through the air, but the Golden Bears will have no answer for Christian McCaffrey both on the ground and as a pass-catcher.

Sonny Dykes said he doesn’t allow red in his house. If that is the case, what does he do at Christmas time with wreaths and ribbons and wrapping paper and all that other junk that only comes in green and red? And he doesn’t have one of his old Louisiana Tech or Texas Tech shirts, with both schools featuring red in their color scheme? I find this statement bogus.

Clemson Tigers at Wake Forest Demon Deacons:

#4 Clemson

Wake Forest

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BB&T Field, Winston-salem, NC

The No. 4 Clemson Tigers can clinch a spot in the ACC championship game and get back on track after a home loss to Pittsburgh spoiled their perfect season last week. The unranked Wake Forest Demon Deacons led Louisville for three quarters before falling apart in the final 15 minutes of a 44-12 loss.

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Clemson took a hit with the loss to Pitt, but winning this and the next two should send the Tigers to playoffs comfortably. A loss and they’re all but out as they cede the division to Louisville. Wake Forest has already exceeded expectations with bowl eligibility, and even hanging with Clemson would be a big step.

Wake Forest hasn’t beaten Clemson since 2008. That’s not going to change this year. I’ve been saying since opening week that the Tigers were going to lose a game and it finally happened, but they’re not going to lose two straight. Clemson beats the Demon Deacons for the eighth straight time.

The unexpected loss to unranked Pittsburgh did not eliminate Clemson from contention for one of the four spots in the College Football Playoff, especially considering what else transpired last weekend with Michigan and Washington also losing for the first time.

Chattanooga at Alabama Crimson Tide:

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#1 Alabama

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Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscalo

The No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide should get a chance to rest and heal up a few key players this week against the Chattanooga Mocs. The Mocs, ranked 11th in the FCS coaches poll, close their regular season hoping to avoid being blown out.

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Nick Saban doesn’t want No. 1 Alabama taking a step backward in performance no matter the opponent.

The Crimson Tide coach paraphrased a well-known movie line to drive that point home leading up to Saturday’s game against FCS team Chattanooga.

“I think that this week the old ‘Shawshank Redemption’ statement, you’re either busy living or you’re busy dying,” Saban said. “You know, it kind of means you’re not going to stay the same. From my perspective, we’re either going to get better or we’re going to get worse. We’re probably not going to stay the same.”

With chaos ensuing in the college football world last week with half of the nation’s Top 10 — including the Nos. 2, 3, and 4 teams — all losing, No. 1 Alabama delivered a message as it emerged as the only undefeated team from a Power 5 conference.

Arizona State Sun Devils at Washington Huskies:

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#6 Washington

7:30 PM (ET) FOX Husky Stadium, Seattle, WA

The seventh-ranked Huskies (9-1, 6-1 Pac-12) still control their destiny in the Pac-12 North, needing to beat struggling Arizona State (5-5, 2-5) at home on Saturday (7:30 p.m. ET, FOX) before finishing the regular season at division-leading Washington State.

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After dropping their first contest of the season to red-hot USC last week, the No. 6 Washington Huskies will look to rebound against the Arizona State Sun Devils while making a case to the College Football Playoff committee.

Washington’s weak nonconference schedule — Rutgers, Idaho, Portland State — continues to be an issue as the Huskies now need help to reach the playoff. But they have a chance to impress late in the season, by beating the Cougars and then facing a ranked champion from the Pac-12 South, possibly even getting a rematch against USC.

ASU expects to have four-year starter LB Salamo Fiso back after a two-game absence because of injury. That should help with communication issues, which led to two TDs in last week’s loss at Utah. Big plays have killed the Sun Devils all season. They have given up scoring plays of 50-plus yards in every game but one, at Texas-San Antonio.

Penn State Nittany Lions at Rutgers Scarlet Knights:

#8 Penn State

Rutgers

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No. 9 Penn State, ranked eighth in this week’s College Football Playoff poll, is expected to play without its top three offensive tackles when it travels to Piscataway, N.J., to play Rutgers (2-8, 0-7) on Saturday.

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Penn State redshirt sophomore QB Trace McSorley has both a rushing and passing touchdown in five of the past six games. He has six games this season with a passing and rushing touchdown, second only to Lamar Jackson of Louisville.

The door to a berth in the Big Ten Championship Game is wide open for Penn State and what was unthinkable just weeks ago — a shot at the four-team College Football Playoff — is within reach. The question now is: Can the injury-riddle Nittany Lions (8-2, 6-1 Big Ten) limp through it?

Penn State has won six in a row since losing to Michigan in the conference opener. Rutgers last win in the series was a 21-16 decision at Beaver Stadium in 1988. The Nittany Lions were then ranked No. 15.

Oklahoma Sooners at West Virginia Mountaineers:

#9 Oklahoma

#14 West Virginia

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Milan Puskar Stadium, Morganto

Prolific offense is the reputation by which No. 8 Oklahoma lives, but Bob Stoops doesn’t mind hearing about how far his defense has come in a few short weeks as the Sooners pack their bags for a Big 12 showdown at 10th-ranked West Virginia on Saturday night.

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The Oklahoma Sooners are 14-0 straight up and 10-4 against the spread in their last 14 games against Big 12 opponents. The Sooners will look to knock off another conference rival with a road win this Saturday against the West Virginia Mountaineers.

West Virginia QB Skyler Howard has thrown five interceptions in his last three games. The Sooners intercepted him three times last season but are allowing 297 yards through the air this year. West Virginia’s stock dropped after a 37-20 loss on the road to Oklahoma State, but the team has bounced back with wins over Kansas and Texas.

Oklahoma wide receiver Dede Westbrook had five catches for 107 yards against the Mountaineers a year ago. This year he’s tied for second in the country in yards receiving per game at 125.4 and in touchdown catches with 14.

USC Trojans at UCLA Bruins:

#13 USC

UCLA

10:30 PM (ET) ESPN
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Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA

After knocking off Washington last week, the No. 13 USC Trojans will look to continue their rise with a win over cross-town rival UCLA Bruins Saturday night. The Trojans have won six straight entering Saturday’s game and remain alive in the Pac-12 South standings, just a game back of leader Colorado.

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This game would be a lot more entertaining if Josh Rosen could play. He and Sam Darnold are two of the young guns already taking the Pac-12 by storm — really, all of college football — and it’s a shame fans won’t get to witness them duel. Nevertheless, Darnold is going to sling the rock for at least 300 yards and three touchdowns. He’ll find JuJu Smith-Schuster for two of those touchdowns, and the Trojans stave off a late comeback attempt by UCLA to take the win.

Redshirt freshman Sam Darnold is at the forefront of a Trojans resurgence that reached a peak with Saturday’s 26-13 victory at previously undefeated Washington, which was No. 4 in the country. Darnold completed 22 of 33 passes for 287 yards — the most allowed by the Huskies this season — and two touchdowns.

USC looked like they were in dire straights after the loss to the Utes. The Trojans had a 1-3 record and didn’t even have a point in the AP poll after falling to three ranked teams. But behind Darnold, wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, all-purpose star Adoree’ Jackson and a reinvigorated defense, USC has wins over two ranked teams.

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England vs Fiji

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England are on an 11-match winning run with 10 coming under Eddie Jones. After their commanding victory over South Africa, they will head into Saturday’s game with Fiji full of confidence and optimistic they will add another victory to their ever-increasing tally. But underestimate Fiji at your peril.

The Islanders are a wonderful side and capable of causing an upset if they get their set piece right and find some momentum heading forward. The likes of Nemani Nadolo and Leone Nakarawa can cause all sorts of difficulty and a much-changed England will need to be on their game if they are to achieve the margin of victory expected.

It should be a thrilling, high-tempo match at Twickenham where all off-field talk of money and financial imbalance will be put to one side for 80, hopefully thrilling, minutes.

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Date: Saturday, November 19

Time: 9:30 a.m. ET

Venue: Twickenham, London

TV Info: Sky Sports 2

The second match of the Old Mutual Wealth Series will once again take place at Twickenham stadium. England meet Pacific Islanders Fiji just a week after Eddie Jones’s side beat South Africa for the first time in 10 years with a 37-21 win.

Eddie Jones and England will be looking to extend their impressive winning run to eleven games against a Fiji side who are currently ranked 10th in the IRB world rankings. For the players it’s a rare opportunity to impress the Eddie Jones before upcoming games against Argentina and Australia in two weeks time.

Jones is expected to make a number of changes to the side that trounced South Africa, although he maintained he wouldn’t be giving out caps willy-nilly.

“We want to keep improving the team so there are guys I want to have a look at who I think may be better than the guys I have in now,” Jones said.

“I’m only going to select people who are better than what we have at the moment or potentially can be better. I want people to deserve their opportunity. To start for England has to be the proudest thing of their lives and to do that you have to earn it.

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Harrison has ousted Northampton team-mate Tom Wood at openside and edged out Nathan Hughes to win the third cap of a career that appeared destined for an inglorious end when he was replaced 31 minutes into his most recent appearance.

The 24-year-old was hauled off in the third Test against Australia in Sydney due to a lack of physicality, but Jones wants to see him respond against Fiji while Hughes watches on from the bench.

“Teimana has gone away after the Australia tour, worked on his game and built himself up a little bit, so this is a great opportunity for him,” said Jones.

“Nathan is a six or eight and while we could play him at seven, our preference is to play him at six and eight.

“He’s new to Test rugby so to start him at seven would be a big ask. He’ll come off the bench in order to get used to Test rugby.”

“While we were satisfied with last week’s result against South Africa, there was plenty to improve on,” said Jones.

“We want a much more complete performance on Saturday. We want to be in total control of the game and tidy-up the things we didn’t do well enough last weekend.”

England: Alex Goode, Semesa Rokoduguni, Jonathan Joseph, Owen Farrell, Elliot Daly, George Ford, Ben Youngs; Mako Vunipola, Dylan Hartley (captain), Dan Cole, Joe Launchbury, Courtney Lawes, Chris Robshaw, Teimana Harrison, Billy Vunipola. Replacements: Jamie George, Joe Marler, Kyle Sinckler, Charlie Ewels, Nathan Hughes, Danny Care, Ben Te’o, Henry Slade

Fiji: Metui Talebula, Benito Masilevu, Asaeli Tikoirotuma, Albert Vulivuli, Nemani Nadolo, Josh Matavesi, Seru Vularika, Campese Ma’afu, Sunia Koto, Manasa Saulo, Api Ratuniyawara, Leone Nakarawa, Dominiko Waqaniburotu, Peceli Yato, Akapusi Qera. Replacements: Tuapati Talemaitoga, Peni Ravai, Leeroy Atalifo, Nemia Soqeta, Naulia Dawai, Eremasi Radrodro, Nikola Matawalu, Kini Murimurivalu.

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Courtney Lawes and Joe Launchbury will have their work cut out against the brilliant Leone Nakarawa in the Fiji second-row. He is one of their standout players and will look to disrupt England’s usually rock solid lineout. If Fiji can get any sort of ascendancy in the set piece then they will upset England’s tempo and game plan and get them a foothold in the match.

Fijian-born Bath winger Semesa Rokoduguni is set to make his first start in an England rugby shirt.

The lance corporal in the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards has been the form wing in the Premiership this season and is poised to replace Marland Yarde on the right.

England are on an 11-game winning streak with 10 coming under Jones. They are likely to add another victory on Saturday but will be run close in the first half, eventually winning by about 15-20 points.

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Monday Night Football

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Week 10 of the 2016-17 NFL season conclude on Monday when the Cincinnati Bengals visit the New York Giants at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Here are all the things you need to know for the game including preview and TV schedule, as well as Bengals vs. Giants live stream links.

The Bengals (3W-4L-1D) are still not out of the playoff race but they have to do something on Monday that they have not done before: defeat the Giants (5W-3L) in New York. According to CBS Sports, Cincinnati is 0-3 against the Giants in New York.

The New York Giants, led by quarterback Eli Manning and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., will face the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday, November, 14, 2016, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The Bengals are led by quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green.

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Who: Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Giants

When: Monday, November 14, 2016

Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford

Kickoff: 8:30 p.m. ET

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Cincinnati Bengals at New York Giants:

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The New York Giants are coming into Monday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals hot off an impressive Week 9 win against the Eagles. After going 2-3 in their first five games, the Giants have now won three straight and seem to have regained their momentum. They sit second in the NFC East behind the Cowboys.

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The Bengals (3W-4L-1D) are still not out of the playoff race but they have to do something on Monday that they have not done before: defeat the Giants (5W-3L) in New York. According to CBS Sports, Cincinnati is 0-3 against the Giants in New York.

The report also noted that the Bengals usually play horribly in prime-time games with them going 5-10 in these kinds of games since 2011. They are also 1-7 in the road during prime-time games which spells trouble for the visitors.

The good news for the Bengals is that they are coming off a bye week which means they have the extra energy compared to the Giants. On the other hand, the Giants will have to make sure that they protect Eli Manning with starting guard Justin Pugh out with an injury.

Wide receiver Victor Cruz and linebacker Jonathan Casillas are also questionable for the game due to injuries. Nevertheless, the Giants defense is starting to find their groove during the team’s three-game winning streak.

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After some brilliant games on Sunday, Monday Night Football rolls on with a contest between the New York Giants and the Cincinnati Bengals. While the Giants will look to pick up their sixth win of the season, the Bengals will want to get back to .500 by coming away with a win in New York.

The New York Giants, 5-3, currently sit second in the NFC East, behind the 8-1 Dallas Cowboys. To improve their chances of making it to the playoffs, a win is a must for Eli Manning and co. They might have to do it without Victor Cruz, though, with the wide receiver questionable after suffering an ankle injury in the Giants’ 28-23 win over the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday.

“I want to play in every game, but we will see how it goes, see how it feels, and then take it from there,” Cruz said of the injury he picked up when completing a 46-yard catch. “It was hurting on that play. Right when I got up, as energized as I was as the next play came about, I was like, ‘Oh, that hurts a little bit. That doesn’t feel good.’

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Cincinnati leads the regular season series, 6-3, and coincidentally, the home team has won every meeting between the two franchises. The home-field advantage in this case goes to the Giants, since the game will be at MetLife Stadium.

If the Cincinnati Bengals are going to get back in the AFC playoff race, they’re going to have to do something they’ve never done before: Beat the Giants in New York.

They’re also going to have to do something they almost never do: Win a road game in prime time.

Those two factors could spell disaster for the Bengals when they visit New York on Monday night for a Week 10 showdown against the Giants. This week’s game will mark the fourth time in franchise history that the Bengals have played the Giants in New York, with the Bengals winning exactly zero of those games (0-3).

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Seahawks vs Patriots

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Sunday night will be a rematch of Super Bowl XLIX. Malcolm Butler was the hero, as you know. The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks and hoisted the Lombardi Trophy because of his miraculous interception.

Two years later, the Patriots and Seahawks are setting themselves up for a potential Super Bowl LI matchup in Houston on Feb. 5. First, they’ll have to do battle in Week 10, a primetime showdown at Gillette Stadium. (Click here for NFL Week-10 picks without regard to the spread.)

If the playoffs began today, before Week 10 officially begins, bot the 7-1 Patriots and the 5-2-1 Seahawks would receive a first-round bye. The Pats would be the No. 1 seed in the AFC, while Seattle would be the No. 2 seed in the NFC.

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When: Sunday, November 13 – 8:30 p.m. ET

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro

TV Broadcast: NBC

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Seattle Seahawks at New England Patriots (SNF):

Seattle

New England

8:30 PM (ET) NBC Gillette Stadium, Foxboro

Seahawks and Patriots have split 16 regular-season meetings, with Seattle winning last game, 24-23, on Oct. 14, 2012 at home. Seahawks are playing in Foxborough for first time since 2004 season.

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It has been more than 21 months since Malcolm Butler picked off a Russell Wilson pass at the goal line, allowing the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl as the world wondered why Pete Carroll didn’t have Wilson hand the ball off the Marshawn Lynch.

On Sunday night, the teams and those two players meet again, this time in Foxborough, Mass.

“We all know what happened,” Butler said Wednesday. “It always (brings a smile) whenever I think back on it, but that’s not going to help us win this game.

“This is bigger than me. That play will not help us Sunday night, so we have to be ready to play.”

It might not be about Butler, Wilson and Carroll, but you can guess how many times NBC will show the play and delve deeper into it Sunday night.

In some ways, the play will overshadow another game between two good football teams. The Patriots are 7-1 with a three-game lead in the AFC East and the favorites to come out of the AFC. The Seahawks, 5-2-1 and atop the NFC West, are always a factor in the NFC.

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It has been more than 21 months since Malcolm Butler picked off a Russell Wilson pass at the goal line, allowing the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl as the world wondered why Pete Carroll didn’t have Wilson hand the ball off the Marshawn Lynch.

Later today, week 10 of the 2016 NFL season will be kicked off. The New England Patriots won’t enter the action until Sunday night, when the team takes on the Seattle Seahawks. Both teams project to be near full physical strength, as today’s injury reports show.

When we compare today’s participation list to yesterday’s, we see that there have not been any changes as Bennett, Branch and Edelman were once again limited during today’s practice. However, their respective injuries will likely not force them to miss Sunday’s game. If anything, the trio might play on a limited snap count.

Dion Lewis, who is projected to get activated off the PUP list soon, did once again practice with the team. Since he is not yet on the active roster, the team does not have to list him on the report.

While Seattle is coming off a 31-25 Monday Night Football win over the Buffalo Bills that snapped the Seahawks’ two-game winless streak, New England is coming out of a bye week — the Patriots still very much in the news even without playing.

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The Pats were out gained by the Bills 376 yards to 357 yards, but the Bills had a tough time against the New England passing game as Tom Brady threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns. Rob Gronkowski hauled in five catches for 109 yards and a score.

In what may be the matchup of the week, the Patriots will be looking to flex their muscle while Seattle will be looking to send a message around the NFL.

Seattle’s defense is one of the best in the league, and 10th best overall against the pass, but Brady has been on an absolute roll since his first start back from suspension.

New England will have its hands full against the Seattle secondary, but Belichick and Brady will have the game plan to beat the Seahawks.

The Patriots are a 7.5-point favorite in this one, which seems a little high, considering that the Seahawks’ defense ranks third in the NFL in points-allowed per game at 16.8. The Patriots’ defense ranks second in the NFL in the same category, allowing just 16.5 points per game. They trail only the Minnesota Vikings, who lead the league with 15.8 points-allowed per game.

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Steelers vs Cowboys

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The Cowboys are tied for the best record in the league despite losing their starting QB, left tackle, wide receiver, two cornerbacks and a safety for multiple games. One of the biggest reasons is Prescott, a rookie fourth-round pick, who is fourth in the league with a 104.2 passer rating and has thrown just two interceptions in 248 attempts, second best percentage in the league.

Le’Veon Bell is quick to say he’s not underestimating anybody, especially a Dallas Cowboys team that’s on a seven-game winning streak entering Sunday’s visit here to face the Pittsburgh Steelers. But after a couple weeks of poor practices, the Steelers have been better this week, says Bell, their star halfback. They’re getting healthier. (Click here for NFL Week-10 picks without regard to the spread.)

The Cowboys have three No. 1 picks on an offensive line that is considered the best in the league, and they will use the line to power the NFL’s No. 1 rushing attack and possess the ball. The Cowboys have had 22 drives that have lasted at least 5 minutes — most in the NFL — with a league-best 19 resulting in a score.

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When: Sunday, November 13 – 4:25 p.m. ET

Where: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

TV Broadcast: FOX

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Dallas Cowboys at Pittsburgh Steelers:

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Pittsburgh

4:25 PM (ET) FOX Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

The Dallas Cowboys are a perfect 7-0 straight up and against the spread over their last seven games. They hope to extend their hot streak this Sunday on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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It’s been almost four years since Dallas and Pittsburgh last went toe-to-toe and in that game, Dallas eventually won, 27-24. While many of the main characters in that 2012 drama remain, these two bluebloods have traveled a far different path to where they are today.

Forget that the Cowboys and Steelers have made 16 Super Bowl appearances and won eight Vince Lombardi Trophies between them. The two franchises are among the most winning, the most proud and most popular, and nothing short of winning is tolerated or expected.

And winning is what the 7-1 Cowboys have been doing this year since dropping their season-opener to the New York Giants. And while their record might not be a good indication, the 4-4 Steelers aren’t far off the Cowboys heels, even though they have dropped three straight.

So when Pittsburgh and Dallas collide, bragging rights — at a minimum — are at stake, and on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. in Pittsburgh it’s no different.

The Cowboys have been the brightest surprise in the NFL this season having reeled off seven straight wins, including last week’s shellacking of the Cleveland Browns. But despite having two of the league’s most prolific weapons in rookie quarterback Dak Prescott and rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott, the Cowboys are 3-point underdogs to the Steelers.

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The Cowboys have nicknamed their defense “The Mighty Orphans” because it has been built with a number castoffs from other teams who were not high draft choices. Their top sacker is Crawford, a former defensive tackle who leads the team with 3 ½ sacks and is second with seven quarterback pressures. DE David Irving, signed from the Kansas City practice squad in 2015, had three forced fumbles, a sack and a fumble recovery against Green Bay in Week 6.

It also wouldn’t surprise odds-makers who have the 4-4 Steelers as 2½-point favorites Sunday, despite their slump and the 7-1 Cowboys’ surge behind stud rookies Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott. Frankly, it shouldn’t surprise anyone, given the talent the Steelers have on offense, when they can actually keep quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, Bell and receiver Antonio Brown on the field.

The Steelers (4-4) enter the contest losers of three straight games with their latest loss coming to the Ravens last week 21-14. The Cowboys (7-1) have won seven straight games as they knocked off the Browns last week by a score of 35-10.

Pittsburgh and Baltimore played a grind it out style game last week gaining just 277 yards and 274 yards, respectively. Ben Roethlisberger completed just 23 of his 45 pass attempts for 264 yards to go along with one touchdown and one interception. Le’Veon Bell was kept quiet as he had just 32 yards rushing on 14 carries.

Last week the Cowboys were dominant in a 35-10 win over Cleveland to prepare for what is their toughest test of the season to date with a trip to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers who’ve had a tough first half with a three-game suspension of Le’Veon Bell, a knee injury requiring an arthroscopy for Ben Roethlisberger and a rebuilding defense that is slow in coming around.

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It’s been almost four years since Dallas and Pittsburgh last went toe-to-toe and in that game, Dallas eventually won, 27-24.

While many of the main characters in that 2012 drama remain, these two bluebloods have traveled a far different path to where they are today.

Forget that the Cowboys and Steelers have made 16 Super Bowl appearances and won eight Vince Lombardi Trophies between them. The two franchises are among the most winning, the most proud and most popular, and nothing short of winning is tolerated or expected.

The Dallas Cowboys are easily the biggest surprise in the NFL to date. While many predicted a nice bounce back season for them, no one saw them with the best record in the NFC and a seven-game win streak at the halfway point of the season with a rookie quarterback – Dak Prescott – having started every game.

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Patriots vs Seahawks

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Sunday night will be a rematch of Super Bowl XLIX. Malcolm Butler was the hero, as you know. The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks and hoisted the Lombardi Trophy because of his miraculous interception.

Two years later, the Patriots and Seahawks are setting themselves up for a potential Super Bowl LI matchup in Houston on Feb. 5. First, they’ll have to do battle in Week 10, a primetime showdown at Gillette Stadium. (Click here for NFL Week-10 picks without regard to the spread.)

If the playoffs began today, before Week 10 officially begins, bot the 7-1 Patriots and the 5-2-1 Seahawks would receive a first-round bye. The Pats would be the No. 1 seed in the AFC, while Seattle would be the No. 2 seed in the NFC.

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When: Sunday, November 13 – 8:30 p.m. ET

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro

TV Broadcast: NBC

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Seattle Seahawks at New England Patriots (SNF):

Seattle

New England

8:30 PM (ET) NBC Gillette Stadium, Foxboro

Seahawks and Patriots have split 16 regular-season meetings, with Seattle winning last game, 24-23, on Oct. 14, 2012 at home. Seahawks are playing in Foxborough for first time since 2004 season.

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It has been more than 21 months since Malcolm Butler picked off a Russell Wilson pass at the goal line, allowing the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl as the world wondered why Pete Carroll didn’t have Wilson hand the ball off the Marshawn Lynch.

On Sunday night, the teams and those two players meet again, this time in Foxborough, Mass.

“We all know what happened,” Butler said Wednesday. “It always (brings a smile) whenever I think back on it, but that’s not going to help us win this game.

“This is bigger than me. That play will not help us Sunday night, so we have to be ready to play.”

It might not be about Butler, Wilson and Carroll, but you can guess how many times NBC will show the play and delve deeper into it Sunday night.

In some ways, the play will overshadow another game between two good football teams. The Patriots are 7-1 with a three-game lead in the AFC East and the favorites to come out of the AFC. The Seahawks, 5-2-1 and atop the NFC West, are always a factor in the NFC.

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It has been more than 21 months since Malcolm Butler picked off a Russell Wilson pass at the goal line, allowing the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl as the world wondered why Pete Carroll didn’t have Wilson hand the ball off the Marshawn Lynch.

Later today, week 10 of the 2016 NFL season will be kicked off. The New England Patriots won’t enter the action until Sunday night, when the team takes on the Seattle Seahawks. Both teams project to be near full physical strength, as today’s injury reports show.

When we compare today’s participation list to yesterday’s, we see that there have not been any changes as Bennett, Branch and Edelman were once again limited during today’s practice. However, their respective injuries will likely not force them to miss Sunday’s game. If anything, the trio might play on a limited snap count.

Dion Lewis, who is projected to get activated off the PUP list soon, did once again practice with the team. Since he is not yet on the active roster, the team does not have to list him on the report.

While Seattle is coming off a 31-25 Monday Night Football win over the Buffalo Bills that snapped the Seahawks’ two-game winless streak, New England is coming out of a bye week — the Patriots still very much in the news even without playing.

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The Pats were out gained by the Bills 376 yards to 357 yards, but the Bills had a tough time against the New England passing game as Tom Brady threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns. Rob Gronkowski hauled in five catches for 109 yards and a score.

In what may be the matchup of the week, the Patriots will be looking to flex their muscle while Seattle will be looking to send a message around the NFL.

Seattle’s defense is one of the best in the league, and 10th best overall against the pass, but Brady has been on an absolute roll since his first start back from suspension.

New England will have its hands full against the Seattle secondary, but Belichick and Brady will have the game plan to beat the Seahawks.

The Patriots are a 7.5-point favorite in this one, which seems a little high, considering that the Seahawks’ defense ranks third in the NFL in points-allowed per game at 16.8. The Patriots’ defense ranks second in the NFL in the same category, allowing just 16.5 points per game. They trail only the Minnesota Vikings, who lead the league with 15.8 points-allowed per game.

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Wales vs Argentina

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The Welsh Rugby Union is confident that Saturday’s Wales v Argentina game will attract a crowd in excess of 50,000, despite the woeful performance of Rob Howley’s team against Australia last weekend.

There were 46,000 fans in the Principality Stadium the last time the Pumas visited Cardiff in 2012, a match the visitors won 26-12. But the WRU expects that figure to be beaten for the second match of the autumn series which Wales are under huge pressure to win.

A spokesman confirmed ticket sales for the Argentina encounter are ‘in line with expectations’ amid some suggestions of a disappointing uptake, with the Australian debacle exacerbating things.

It’s another example of the resilience of the market for Wales tickets, with the above figure likely to be deemed more than respectable by the union hierarchy.

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Date: Saturday, November 12

Time: 12:30 p.m. ET

Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff

The 20,000 empty seats at the Australian match became a talking point in some sections of the media but the WRU insisted there was no disappointment in the attendance, citing a slight increase on the last time the Wallabies were in the Welsh capital in 2014.

Tickets are still available, some at £20, for Saturday’s game as well as the fixtures against Japan next weekend and South Africa seven days later.

But Gethin Jenkins retains the captaincy in a team showing six changes with Liam Williams back on the wing and Leigh Halfpenny retained at full-back.

Tomas Francis comes in at tight-head with Gareth Davies at scrum-half for the injured Rhys Webb. Harlequins centre Roberts’ last appearance for Wales as a replacement was against Ireland in March, 2009.

Interim coach Robert Howley highlighted “a number of defensive errors” by Roberts against the Wallabies.

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Rob Howley’s second stint as interim Wales head coach could not have got off to a worse start. Saturday’s limp defeat to Australia has been compounded by injuries to key players, including Rhys Webb, Hallam Amos and Bradley Davies. The good news for Howley is that he can recall Sam Warburton, Alun Wyn Jones and Liam Williams for this weekend’s encounter. The bad news is that Argentina are the opposition on Saturday.

Wales may have a winning record against the South Americans but the Pumas have improved markedly in the three years since they were last in Cardiff, for a 40-6 defeat. Argentina coach Daniel Hourcade has only included five survivors from the last Pumas win — in 2012 — but he has a squad that is battle-hardened from the Rugby Championship, and know each other’s games inside out. If Howley was hoping for a bit of respite, he may well be disappointed.

Team news

Howley has been fairly ruthless in his team selection, ditching defensive lynchpin Jamie Roberts following a poor performance, as one of six changes. Sam Warburton, Alun Wyn Jones, Jonathan Davies and Liam Williams have all been passed fit to return, while Gethin Jenkins retains the captaincy as he becomes the world’s most-capped front-row forward.

Argentina have made three changes to the side that warmed up for this clash with a 54-20 win against Japan last weekend. In come Juan Martin Hernandez, Ramiro Moyano and Pablo Matera, but there is no room in the starting XV for Santiago Cordero. The wing, who scored a brace against Japan, is on the bench.

Wales: Halfpenny, North, J. Davies, S. Williams, L. Williams; Biggar, G. Davies; Jenkins (captain), Owens, Francis, Charteris, Jones, Warburton, Tipuric, Moriarty

Replacements: Baldwin, Smith, Lee, Hill, King, Ll. Williams, Anscombe, Roberts

Argentina: Tuculet, Moroni, Orlando, Hernández, Moyano, Sánchez, Landajo; Noguera, Creevy (captain), Herrera, Petti, Alemanno, Matera, Desio, Isa

Replacements: Montoya, Botta, Pieretto, Senatore, Lezana, Cubelli, Iglesias, Cordero

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Howley has been bold in his selection, particularly in dropping Roberts. The centre channel was a concern against Australia and the hope will be that Scott Williams and Jonathan Davies — teammates at the Scarlets — can help plug the gap.

In their way will be the evergreen and wily Juan Martin Hernandez. Into his 35th year, the playmaker still has the ability to light up these cold winter evenings and he is effectively a second fly-half for Argentina. Not that they need one, with Nicolas Sanchez inside him.

Wales will hope their own No. 10, Dan Biggar, can rediscover his best form on Saturday. But outside of him Williams will have the responsibility of ensuring Hernandez stays quiet, while imposing himself on the game as well. The Williams-Davies axis should offer the hosts a more expansive approach in midfield, and Howley will hope that keeps the Pumas on the back foot.

Key stats

*Argentina have scored two tries in each of their Test wins in Cardiff (2001 and 2012)

*Wales’ victory over Argentina in 2013 was their first in an autumn international for four years.

*The highest scoring game between the two sides came in 2004 when Argentina won 50-44 in Tucuman.

Prediction

The Principality Stadium is expected to be far from full for Argentina’s visit, and those making the trip will do so with some caution. Last week’s defeat to Australia has taken the wind out of Wales’ sails but you do not become a bad side overnight.

Despite a growing injury list, the hosts still possess the players to win Test matches and will hope to prove that against the Pumas. Argentina are more street-wise these days and are capable of stunning rugby, but Wales are wounded. We’re tipping Howley’s men to edge it, but there will only be a point or two in it.

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Howley also pointed to Wales’ try against Australia by Scott Williams and his familiarity with Scarlets team-mate Jonathan Davies in midfield in making the change.

“Jamie is defence captain so we made the decision that the standard of defence wasn’t good enough and we’ve made the change and Jamie will be on the bench,” said Howley.

“It was also in light of Scott’s performance as well. An individual try he scored, the combination, Scott and Jon Davies are used to playing with each other.

“It’s disappointing. It’s certainly not something I look forward to when you are dropping a player that experienced, but when you have the performance that we did in that area you have to make a change.

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UFC 205

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UFC 205: McGregor vs. Alvarez is set for Saturday and will take place at the storied Madison Square Garden in New York City, a first for the UFC due to the fact that mixed martial arts was outlawed in the state for so long. The preliminary card will be available on television and online, via UFC Fight Pass and FOX Sports 1, with the main card available via pay-per-view.

Conor McGregor experienced a brief bump in his bid for holding two titles in the UFC when he fell to Nate Diaz, but after successfully beating him in the rematch, the featherweight champion now has his sights set on lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez once again.

But Alvarez and McGregor are just the headliners, and two other titles will be on the line Saturday. Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley will defend his belt against Stephen Thompson, and women’s strawweight title holder Joanna Jedrzejczyk will face Karolina Kowalkiewicz.

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Main card (PPV at 10 p.m. ET)
Eddie Alvarez vs. Conor McGregor
Tyron Woodley vs. Stephen Thompson
Joanna Jedrzejczyk vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz
Yoel Romero vs. Chris Weidman
Donald Cerrone vs. Kelvin Gastelum
Raquel Pennington vs. Miesha Tate

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McGregor remains one of the most popular figures in the sport and recently took down Nate Diaz at UFC 202. Alvarez holds the 155-pound title from his first-round victory over Rafael dos Anjos at UFC Fight Night 90 in July.

The complete UFC 205 fight card will air later this evening (Sat., Nov. 12, 2016) on two different stations — FOX Sports 1 and pay-per-view (PPV) — as well as online via “Fight Pass” digital network. UFC 205’s “Prelims” undercard will begin at 7 p.m. online via “Fight Pass” before transitioning to the FOX Sports 1 television station at 8 p.m. ET. Once the UFC 205 undercard is complete, the action will pick up on PPV at 10 p.m. ET, starting with the women’s Bantamweight bout between former division champion, Miesha Tate, taking on Raquel Pennington.

Leading UFC 205’s charge is, of course, the mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion’s most bankable star, Featherweight champion Conor McGregor. “Notorious” has a history-making opportunity before him when he steps inside the Octagon later this evening to challenge Eddie Alvarez for his Lightweight belt. If McGregor is victorious, he will become the first-ever fighter in UFC to hold two belts in as many weight classes at the same time.

There may have been hopes of a marquee event in New York later in the year, but given a lengthy battle to have mixed martial arts legalised in that state was still being waged, no firm plans could be made.

Fast forward 11 months and it now seems beyond doubt that this Sunday’s historic UFC 205 card at Madison Square Garden will be the hallmark event of 2016.

UFC 200 was in some ways underwhelming after Irish superstar Conor McGregor’s fight against Nate Diaz was dumped — and pound-for-pound champ Jon Jones was a late removal because of a failed drug test.

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Fight weekend is finally upon us, so it must be weigh-ins day here at LowKickMMA! Topping the stacked card in New York is a lightweight championship battle for the ages. Conor McGregor will attempt to make History by taking Eddie Alvarez’s belt, and the Philly native plays the role of heavy-handed spoiler in the Big Apple. Taking up the co-main slot is the welterweight champion Tyron Woodley and surging contender Stephen Thompson. ‘Wonderboy’ hopes his flashy striking will overcome the power hands of ‘The Chosen One’ to claim the 170-pound strap.

Polish contender Karolina Kowalkiewicz will take a run at Joanna Jedrzejczyk’s strawweight title in a battle of Polish strikers. Joanna’s legacy could truly be defined by this all-Polish battle, and that’s just half the main card so far. Former middleweight champion Chris Weidman takes on Yoel Romero in a contenders match, although Michael Bisping recently said he wouldn’t fight ‘Soldier of God.’ Popuklar UFC lightweight/welterweight DOnald Cerrone fights Kelvin Gastelum at 170 pounds, and former w-135 champ Miesha Tate meets Raquel Pennington.

Easily headlining your standard pay-per-view or a fight night card, the FOX Sports prelims have some incredible scraps scheduled. Former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar faces Jeremy Stephens in a featherweight burner, and how about Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Michael Johnson? Two angry lightweight ontenders will clash as ‘The Eagle’ and ‘The Menace’ set their sights on the main event winner. Belal Muhammed vs. Vincente Luque was promoted to the FOX card after Rashad Evans vs. Tim Kennedy was scrapped.

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The main event, featherweight champion McGregor will look to become the first the first UFC fighter to hold championships in two separate weight classes when he challenge lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez.

In the night’s co-main event, welterweight champ Tyron Woodley will looked to defend his belt for the first time as he squares off against striking specialist Stephen Thompson.

Rounding out the three title fights is a strawweight clash between champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk and fellow polish standout Karolina Kowalkiewicz.

Other high profile fights include a middleweight clash between Chris Weidman vs. Yoel Romero, a featherweight battle between Frankie Edgar vs. Jeremy Stephens and a women’s bantamweight bout between Miesha Tate vs. Raquel Pennington.

The only major hiccup ahead of the promotion’s debut in one of the world’s most famous cities has been the cancellation of Kelvin Gastelum’s fight against Donald Cerrone after the former failed to make weight for the welterweight bout. The late scratching of Rashad Evans’ return against Tim Kennedy was also a bummer.

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McGregor knows how to fight on the big stage, and no stage is bigger than Madison Square Garden. A calm, confident and in-control fighter will replace the out-of-control image that he displayed at the weigh-in.

McGregor will pick his spots and find the right moments to deliver his best shots. Alvarez will get in his own punches and throw in some takedown attempts, but it will only buy him a bit of time.

Alvarez will eat several stunning combinations in the second round, and that’s when McGregor will win the fight.

And if you’re really in a pinch, you can watch UFC 205 on your mobile phone via Google Play and AppStore (and Apple TV) or even on Roku. Gamers can also catch the UFC 205 action on Xbox and PS3/PS4 with the help of their video game consoles. Want to watch UFC 205 at a local bar or movie theatre? Find out which establishments near you are showing the fights tonight right here.

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Wales vs Argentina

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The Welsh Rugby Union is confident that Saturday’s Wales v Argentina game will attract a crowd in excess of 50,000, despite the woeful performance of Rob Howley’s team against Australia last weekend.

There were 46,000 fans in the Principality Stadium the last time the Pumas visited Cardiff in 2012, a match the visitors won 26-12. But the WRU expects that figure to be beaten for the second match of the autumn series which Wales are under huge pressure to win.

A spokesman confirmed ticket sales for the Argentina encounter are ‘in line with expectations’ amid some suggestions of a disappointing uptake, with the Australian debacle exacerbating things.

It’s another example of the resilience of the market for Wales tickets, with the above figure likely to be deemed more than respectable by the union hierarchy.

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Date: Saturday, November 12

Time: 12:30 p.m. ET

Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff

The 20,000 empty seats at the Australian match became a talking point in some sections of the media but the WRU insisted there was no disappointment in the attendance, citing a slight increase on the last time the Wallabies were in the Welsh capital in 2014.

Tickets are still available, some at £20, for Saturday’s game as well as the fixtures against Japan next weekend and South Africa seven days later.

But Gethin Jenkins retains the captaincy in a team showing six changes with Liam Williams back on the wing and Leigh Halfpenny retained at full-back.

Tomas Francis comes in at tight-head with Gareth Davies at scrum-half for the injured Rhys Webb. Harlequins centre Roberts’ last appearance for Wales as a replacement was against Ireland in March, 2009.

Interim coach Robert Howley highlighted “a number of defensive errors” by Roberts against the Wallabies.

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Rob Howley’s second stint as interim Wales head coach could not have got off to a worse start. Saturday’s limp defeat to Australia has been compounded by injuries to key players, including Rhys Webb, Hallam Amos and Bradley Davies. The good news for Howley is that he can recall Sam Warburton, Alun Wyn Jones and Liam Williams for this weekend’s encounter. The bad news is that Argentina are the opposition on Saturday.

Wales may have a winning record against the South Americans but the Pumas have improved markedly in the three years since they were last in Cardiff, for a 40-6 defeat. Argentina coach Daniel Hourcade has only included five survivors from the last Pumas win — in 2012 — but he has a squad that is battle-hardened from the Rugby Championship, and know each other’s games inside out. If Howley was hoping for a bit of respite, he may well be disappointed.

Team news

Howley has been fairly ruthless in his team selection, ditching defensive lynchpin Jamie Roberts following a poor performance, as one of six changes. Sam Warburton, Alun Wyn Jones, Jonathan Davies and Liam Williams have all been passed fit to return, while Gethin Jenkins retains the captaincy as he becomes the world’s most-capped front-row forward.

Argentina have made three changes to the side that warmed up for this clash with a 54-20 win against Japan last weekend. In come Juan Martin Hernandez, Ramiro Moyano and Pablo Matera, but there is no room in the starting XV for Santiago Cordero. The wing, who scored a brace against Japan, is on the bench.

Wales: Halfpenny, North, J. Davies, S. Williams, L. Williams; Biggar, G. Davies; Jenkins (captain), Owens, Francis, Charteris, Jones, Warburton, Tipuric, Moriarty

Replacements: Baldwin, Smith, Lee, Hill, King, Ll. Williams, Anscombe, Roberts

Argentina: Tuculet, Moroni, Orlando, Hernández, Moyano, Sánchez, Landajo; Noguera, Creevy (captain), Herrera, Petti, Alemanno, Matera, Desio, Isa

Replacements: Montoya, Botta, Pieretto, Senatore, Lezana, Cubelli, Iglesias, Cordero

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Howley has been bold in his selection, particularly in dropping Roberts. The centre channel was a concern against Australia and the hope will be that Scott Williams and Jonathan Davies — teammates at the Scarlets — can help plug the gap.

In their way will be the evergreen and wily Juan Martin Hernandez. Into his 35th year, the playmaker still has the ability to light up these cold winter evenings and he is effectively a second fly-half for Argentina. Not that they need one, with Nicolas Sanchez inside him.

Wales will hope their own No. 10, Dan Biggar, can rediscover his best form on Saturday. But outside of him Williams will have the responsibility of ensuring Hernandez stays quiet, while imposing himself on the game as well. The Williams-Davies axis should offer the hosts a more expansive approach in midfield, and Howley will hope that keeps the Pumas on the back foot.

Key stats

*Argentina have scored two tries in each of their Test wins in Cardiff (2001 and 2012)

*Wales’ victory over Argentina in 2013 was their first in an autumn international for four years.

*The highest scoring game between the two sides came in 2004 when Argentina won 50-44 in Tucuman.

Prediction

The Principality Stadium is expected to be far from full for Argentina’s visit, and those making the trip will do so with some caution. Last week’s defeat to Australia has taken the wind out of Wales’ sails but you do not become a bad side overnight.

Despite a growing injury list, the hosts still possess the players to win Test matches and will hope to prove that against the Pumas. Argentina are more street-wise these days and are capable of stunning rugby, but Wales are wounded. We’re tipping Howley’s men to edge it, but there will only be a point or two in it.

Rugby fans are set to descend on Cardiff on Saturday

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Howley also pointed to Wales’ try against Australia by Scott Williams and his familiarity with Scarlets team-mate Jonathan Davies in midfield in making the change.

“Jamie is defence captain so we made the decision that the standard of defence wasn’t good enough and we’ve made the change and Jamie will be on the bench,” said Howley.

“It was also in light of Scott’s performance as well. An individual try he scored, the combination, Scott and Jon Davies are used to playing with each other.

“It’s disappointing. It’s certainly not something I look forward to when you are dropping a player that experienced, but when you have the performance that we did in that area you have to make a change.

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