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Miami Hurricanes Matchup of the Week Pittsburgh Panthers

One more game. That is all that remains of the 2017 regular season for the Hurricanes. Miami makes a trip up north to the giant ketchup bottle that is Heinz Field to take on the University of Pittsburgh Panthers. A victory secures Miami’s first undefeated regular season since 2002. With plenty of factors working against Miami, including a short week of preparation, chilly weather and a road game on senior day for Pitt, Miami does not have the luxury of taking this game for granted. One vs. One Matchup By all measures, it’s has been a miserable season for the Panthers, particularly on offense. The primary culprit for their struggles goes back to Pitt finding an answer at quarterback. Freshman

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Chomping at Bits Gators release depth chart for FSU

Chomping at Bits comes stocked with the best Florida Gators links and news we can find, and some other stuff. Got a link you think we should check out? Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., subject line CAB, or find us on Twitter at @AlligatorArmy or on Facebook at Facebook.com/AlligatorArmy. Gators release depth chart for Florida State: Interim head coach Randy Shannon announced that Jachai Polite, Kadarius Toney, and Malik Zaire are day-to-day ahead of Saturday’s game. (Dustin Ciraco, Florida Gators) Gators praise Shannon for holding the team together: The players presented their interim coach with Saturday’s game ball. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun) Florida players on the thinking emoji tweet

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Missouri Football Recruiting Quarterback James Foster plans Mizzou official visit

Montgomery, Alabama three-star quarterback James Foster announced on twitter he will take an official visit to Mizzou — as well as LSU, Florida State, Arizona and Kentucky. Earlier this year Foster was pledged to the Missouri Tigers but then de-committed on Oct. 26 after receiving an offer from LSU — the current favorite according to 247sports.com The 6’3, 210 pound dual-threat QB has received offers from Florida State, Kentucky and according to SEC Country hopes for an offer from Auburn, “I’m probably the next guy up if they’re going to take two quarterbacks, so we’ll see.” Back in February, Foster told Dawgnation.com, “I know a lot of kids in this state dream about offers from Auburn or Alabama,

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Indiana Hoosiers at Purdue Boilermakers game preview stats odds kick time channel and more

Game Info / How to Watch Who? Purdue Boilermakers (5-6 [3-5], #38 S&P+) at Indiana Hoosiers (5-6 [2-6], #51 S&P+) When? Saturday, November 18 12:00 PM, Bloomington, Indiana Channel? ESPN2 Vegas? PURDUE -2.5 S&P+ Projection? Purdue 26 - Indiana 22 “Who needs a bowl when you’ve got a Bucket?!” That’s what I would post on Facebook for all my Purdue friends to read when Indiana would win a Bucket game to finish with four or five wins that season. For an excruciatingly long period of time, the Bucket was the closest thing Indiana had to a bowl game in a given year. The same could be said for the Boilermakers as they navigated the post-Tiller fog. But not this year. This year the Bucket is a ticket.

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Key Matchups Illinois vs Northwestern

The Illinois Fighting Illini host the Northwestern Wildcats for The Land Of Lincoln (HAT) Trophy on Saturday. It will be the first NU/UI contest in Champaign since 2013. Here are some of the key matchups we are watching out for in this rivalry week. Statistically speaking, this is Justin Jackson’s least productive season in his four years as a Northwestern Wildcat. Still, the senior from Carol Stream, Illinois, has rushed for over 1,000 yards in all four of his collegiate seasons. The only other Big Ten running back to do that is Wisconsin Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne. Anyone remember what happened the last time Justin Jackson suited up against Illinois? In Northwestern’s 42-21 rout last year,

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Akron earns second-ever spot in MAC championship game

Akron came into Week 13 needing to either win or rely on someone else to lose.  In the end, the Zips decided to just go ahead and punch their own ticket to the Motor City, thank you very much. Jumping out to a 24-7 halftime lead Tuesday night, that margin proved to be more than enough for Akron as they easily cruised past rival Kent State in a 24-14 win.  Kent actually outgained its hosts 246-191, but a fumble return for a touchdown with less than 20 seconds left in the second quarter essentially sealed the win for Akron. Both Akron and Ohio entered this week tied atop the MAC East at 5-2.  However, the Zips beat the Bobcats in Week 12, meaning Akron is the first MAC team to claim a spot in the

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