Syracuse vs NC State Live

Syracuse vs NC State Live: Syracuse vs NC State Live Stream NCAA college football games live online with Hulu. Watch top teams … Your teams from the SEC, ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, and more are live on Hulu all season long. NCAA College Football Week 7 Picks: Red River Rivalry NCAA Football Rankings 2019: Analyzing Week 7 Polls and Top 25 College Standings College football TV schedule Football Game for season 2019.

The top tier of the SEC is so strong that one program ranked in the Top 7 of the AP Top 25 was replaced by another Sunday. Florida moved up to No. 7 in both the AP and Amway Coaches Poll following its home triumph over Auburn. The Gators have a chance to gain more ground in Week 7 if they knock off No. 5 LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Both LSU and Florida are chasing the top four teams, and the gap got a bit bigger with Ohio State moving into a tie for third with Georgia. The Buckeyes received more first-place votes than the Bulldogs for the second straight week. After a weekend in college football that went largely to script, Week 7 goes heavy on big-time matchups, from the Oklahoma-Texas rivalry showdown in Dallas to SEC unbeatens LSU and Florida meeting in Death Valley in primetime.

Two more top-25 matchups will make headlines as well: Alabama-Texas A&M and Penn State-Iowa. Who will win this week’s biggest clashes? Our writers and editors’ picks are in.Ross Dellenger picks Louisiana: The Cajuns have cruised to four straight wins after opening the season with a 10-point loss to Mississippi State.

They’re doing it with a stacked backfield and a body-moving offensive line. Billy Napier, a Nick Saban disciple, is one of the rising stars in the profession who has UL on the uptick in Year 2. The Cajuns are ninth in scoring, first in rushing and sixth in total offense this year. It’ll be tight, but they’ll hand App State its first loss.

Thursday, October 10
6 PM- Bethune-Cookman at UNC Central
ESPNU: Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker8 PM- Syracuse at NC State
ESPN: Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, Pat McAfee, Molly McGrath

9:15 PM- UL Monroe at Texas State
ESPNU: Mark Neely, Roddy Jones

Friday, October 11
7 PM- Lafayette at Princeton
ESPNU: Dave LaMont, John Congemi

8 PM- Virginia at Miami-FL
ESPN: Dave Flemming, Louis Riddick, Paul Carcaterra

8 PM- Colorado State at New Mexico
CBSSN: John Sadak, Randy Cross

10 PM- Colorado at Oregon
FS1: Joe Davis, Brock Huard, Bruce Feldman

Saturday, October 12
Noon- Oklahoma vs. Texas
FOX: Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Jenny Taft
Westwood One: Ted Emrich, Ben Leber

Noon- Michigan at Illinois
ABC: Dave Pasch, Greg NcElroy, Tom Luginbill

Noon- South Carolina at Georgia
ESPN: Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Allison Williams
Touchdown Radio (Radio.com): Brett Dolan, Taylor Zarzour

Noon- Memphis at Temple
ESPN2: Anish Shroff, Ahmad Brooks, Kris Budden

Noon- Miami-OH at Western Michigan
ESPNU: Mike Couzens, Kirk Morrison

Noon- Mississippi State at Tennessee
SEC: Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Alyssa Lang

Noon- Maryland at Purdue
BTN: Brandon Gaudin, James Laurinaitis, Elise Menaker

Noon- Rutgers at Indiana
BTN: Lisa Byington, J Leman

Noon- Toledo at Bowling Green
CBSSN: Ben Holden, Ross Tucker, Justin Walters

Noon- Richmond at Maine
WVII, WPME, FloFootball: Jim Churchill, Bryan Stackpole, Andrew Badillo

12:30 PM- Georgia Tech at Duke
ACC RSN, ACCNX: Tom Werme, James Bates, Abby Labar

12:30 PM- Holy Cross at Brown
NESN+, ESPN+: Allen Bestwick, Nick Coit

1:30 PM- Villanova at James Madison
MASN, FloFootball: Curt Dudley, Dorian Brooks

1:30 PM- Samford at VMI
Nexstar, ESPN+: Pete Yanity, Jared Singleton

2 PM- Northern Iowa at North Dakota State
NBC ND, NBCS CHIC, ESPN+: Brian Shawn, Lee Timmerman, Ryan Gellner

2 PM- Fordham at Georgetown
WDCW, PLN: Jeremy Huber, Joe Cimpela, Kelsey Nelson

2:30 PM- Old Dominion at Marshall
Stadium: Noah Coslov, Max Starks

3 PM- South Dakota at Missouri State
MVC-TV, ESPN3: Brad Wells, Danan Hughes, Connor Onion

3 PM- Missouri S&T at Texas Southern
ATT SW:3:30 PM- Florida State at Clemson
ABC: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay, Molly McGrath
Westwood One: Ryan Radtke, Derek Rackley
3:30 PM- Alabama at Texas A&M
CBS: Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson, Jamie Erdahl
Compass Media: Gregg Daniels, Steve Beuerlein

3:30 PM- Cincinnati at Houston
ESPN2: Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Rocky Boiman

3:30 PM- Michigan State at Wisconsin
BTN: Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen, Rick Pizzo

3:30 PM- BYU at USF
CBSSN: Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous, Keenan Reynolds
BYU Radio: Greg Wrubell, Riley Nelson, Mitchell Juergens

3:30 PM- Washington State at Arizona State
P12, P12 AZ, P12 WA: Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth, Lewis Johnson

3:45 PM- UConn at Tulane
ESPNU: Kevin Brown, Andre Ware

4 PM- Iowa State at West Virginia
ESPN: Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek, Olivia Dekker

4 PM- Texas Tech at Baylor
FS1: Justin Kutcher, Shane Vereen, Petros Papadakis

4 PM- UNLV at Vanderbilt
SEC: Dave Neal, DJ Shockley, Dawn Davenport

4 PM- Rhode Island at Virginia Tech
ACCN: Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Kelsey Riggs

4 PM- San Jose State at Nevada
ATT RM, MW Net: Drew Goodman, Sed Bonner

4 PM- Northern Colorado at Eastern Washington
ROOT: Tom Glasgow, Taylor Barton, Ty Gregorak

4 PM- Northwestern State at Nicholls
CST, ESPN+: David Saltzman, Gary Reasons, Carley McCord

4 PM- Sacramento State at Montana State
Cowles MT, Pluto TV 544: Chris Byers, Mike Callaghan, Aunica Koch

6 PM- New Hampshire at Stony Brook
SNY, FloFootball: Jonny Wincott, Erik Coleman, Ariel Epstein

6 PM- South Dakota State at Youngstown State
My UTV, ESPN+: Drae Smith, Chris Sammarone

7 PM- Ole Miss at Missouri
ESPN2: Jason Benetti, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich

7 PM- Fresno State at Air Force
CBSSN: Rich Waltz, Aaron Murray, Ashley Holder

7 PM- Army West Point at Western Kentucky
Stadium: Chris Vosters, Jordan Palmer

7 PM- Cal Poly at UC Davis
ELVN, Pluto TV 545: George Devine, Steve Nicolopulos

7:30 PM- USC at Notre Dame
NBC: Mike Tirico, Doug Flutie, Chris Simms, Kathryn Tappen
Notre Dame JMI (Radio.com): Paul Burmeister, Ryan Harris, Jack Nolan

7:30 PM- Penn State at Iowa
ABC: Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe

7:30 PM- Nebraska at Minnesota
FS1: Brian Custer, Robert Smith

7:30 PM- Navy at Tulsa
ESPNU: Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia

7:30 PM- Arkansas at Kentucky
SEC: Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic

7:30 PM- Louisville at Wake Forest
ACCN: Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Katie George

8 PM- Florida at LSU
ESPN: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor, Tom Rinaldi
ESPN Radio: Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones, Ian Fitzsimmons

8 PM- Utah at Oregon State
P12, P12 MTN, P12 OR: Roxy Bernstein, Anthony Herron, Jill Savage

8 PM- Southern Utah at Weber State
KJZZ, Pluto TV 535: Dave Fox, Alema Harrington, Tony Parks

10:15 PM- Hawaii at Boise State
ESPN2: Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer, Lauren Sisler

10:30 PM- Wyoming at San Diego State
CBSSN: Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor, Jenny Dell

11 PM- Washington at Arizona
FS1: Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman, Coley Harvey

Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

ESPN App Exclusives
1 PM- Delaware State at Morgan State
ESPN3: Phil Schoener, Emory Hunt
HSRN: Lamont Germany, Renard Stubbs, Kelvin Bridgers
HSRN2: Gary Laing, Mike Walker

1 PM- Norfolk State at Howard
ESPN3: Charlie Neal, Henry Frazier

1 PM- LIU at Bryant
ESPN3: Dave Popkin, Jeff Feagles

1 PM- Morehead State at Jacksonville
ESPN+: Scott Manze, David Lamm

1 PM- Jacksonville State at Eastern Illinois
ESPN+: Mike Bradd, Jack Ashmore

1 PM- Western Illinois at Indiana State
ESPN+: Luke Martin, Brian Fritz, Baylee Chamberlain

1 PM- Sacred Heart at Penn
ESPN+: Joe Tordy, Jason “Coffee” Jones

1 PM- Cornell at Harvard
ESPN+: Alex Vispoli, Ben Altsher, Kevin Gehl

1 PM- Central Connecticut State at Columbia
ESPN+: Lance Medow, Shawn FitzGerald

1 PM- Presbyterian at Monmouth
ESPN+: Matt Harmon, Eddy Occhipinti

1:30 PM- Hampton at Gardner-Webb
ESPN+: Fabian Fuentes, Brendan Boylan

1:30 PM- Yale at Dartmouth
ESPN+: Tyler Murray, Matt Goldstein

2 PM- Western Carolina at The Citadel
ESPN3: Kevin Fitzgerald, Dominique Allen, Emily Crevani

2 PM- Florida A&M at South Carolina State
ESPN3: Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker

2 PM- Ball State at Eastern Michigan
ESPN+: Robert Lee, Forrest Conoly

2 PM- Dayton at Valparaiso
ESPN+: Todd Ickow, Brian Jennings

3 PM- New Mexico State at Central Michigan
ESPN3: Sean Kenney, Marcus Ray

3 PM- Charleston Southern at Kennesaw State
ESPN3: Brian Katrek, Nathan McCreary, Chris Mooneyham

3 PM- Murray State at Tennessee State
ESPN+: Howard Gentry Jr., Dereck Fleming

3 PM- Southeast Missouri at Austin Peay
ESPN+: Barry Gresham, Patton Cook, Bree Houston

3 PM- Lamar at Sam Houston State
ESPN+: Tom Franklin, Jeff Power

3:30 PM- Kent State at Akron
ESPN3: Michael Reghi, Dustin Fox

3:30 PM- Northern Illinois at Ohio
ESPN+: Doug Sherman, John Gregory

4 PM- Middle Tennessee at FAU
ESPN+: Frank Forte, Jason Pugh

5 PM- Georgia State at Coastal Carolina
ESPN+: Jeff McCarragher, Nate Ross

5 PM- McNeese at Central Arkansas
ESPN+: John Liddle, Shea Walker, Lainie Fritz

5 PM- UIW at Southeastern Louisiana
ESPN+: John Sartori, Richie Solares, Gabrielle Cox

6 PM- UAB at UTSA
ESPN+: Lincoln Rose, LaDarrin McLane, Brooke Shoemaker

7 PM- UMass at Louisiana Tech
ESPN3: Lyn Rollins, Stan Humphries

7 PM- Illinois State at Southern Illinois
ESPN3: Lane Grindle, Adam Seidel, Don Patterson, Kelly Burke

7 PM- Houston Baptist at Abilene Christian
ESPN3:

7 PM- Prairie View A&M at Southern
ESPN3: Butch Alsandor, Santoria Black

7 PM- Charlotte at FIU
ESPN+: AJ Ricketts, Kenny Kelly

7 PM- UT Martin at Tennessee Tech
ESPN+: Dylan Vazzano, Sam Brooks

Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

Free Streams
Noon- Robert Morris at St. Francis-PA
NEC Front Row: Pat Farabaugh, Jay Roberts

1 PM- Bucknell at Colgate
PLN: Eric Malanoski, Jeff Bishop

1 PM- Drake at Butler
Facebook (Butler Bulldogs):

2 PM- Delaware at Elon
CAA TV: Taylor Durham, Matt Krause

2 PM- Mississippi Valley State at UAPB
Golden Lions All-Access: Tim Stubbs

3 PM- North Dakota at Idaho State
Pluto TV 543: Mark Liptak, Jerry Miller

5 PM- Idaho at Portland State
Pluto TV 532: Matt Richert, Mike Lund

7 PM- North Texas at Southern Miss
Facebook (Stadium): Chris Hassel, AJ Hawk, Kristen Balboni

Subscription Streams
1 PM- San Diego at Davidson
Davidson All-Access: Sam Hyman

3 PM- Savannah State at Alcorn State
Braves All-Access: Charles Edmond

4 PM- Albany at Towson
FloFootball:Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

UL Monroe vs Texas State Live

UL Monroe vs Texas State Live: UL Monroe vs Texas State Live Stream NCAA college football games live online with Hulu. Watch top teams … Your teams from the SEC, ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, and more are live on Hulu all season long. NCAA College Football Week 7 Picks: Red River Rivalry NCAA Football Rankings 2019: Analyzing Week 7 Polls and Top 25 College Standings College football TV schedule Football Game for season 2019.

The top tier of the SEC is so strong that one program ranked in the Top 7 of the AP Top 25 was replaced by another Sunday. Florida moved up to No. 7 in both the AP and Amway Coaches Poll following its home triumph over Auburn. The Gators have a chance to gain more ground in Week 7 if they knock off No. 5 LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Both LSU and Florida are chasing the top four teams, and the gap got a bit bigger with Ohio State moving into a tie for third with Georgia. The Buckeyes received more first-place votes than the Bulldogs for the second straight week. After a weekend in college football that went largely to script, Week 7 goes heavy on big-time matchups, from the Oklahoma-Texas rivalry showdown in Dallas to SEC unbeatens LSU and Florida meeting in Death Valley in primetime.

Two more top-25 matchups will make headlines as well: Alabama-Texas A&M and Penn State-Iowa. Who will win this week’s biggest clashes? Our writers and editors’ picks are in.Ross Dellenger picks Louisiana: The Cajuns have cruised to four straight wins after opening the season with a 10-point loss to Mississippi State.

They’re doing it with a stacked backfield and a body-moving offensive line. Billy Napier, a Nick Saban disciple, is one of the rising stars in the profession who has UL on the uptick in Year 2. The Cajuns are ninth in scoring, first in rushing and sixth in total offense this year. It’ll be tight, but they’ll hand App State its first loss.

Thursday, October 10
6 PM- Bethune-Cookman at UNC Central
ESPNU: Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker8 PM- Syracuse at NC State
ESPN: Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, Pat McAfee, Molly McGrath

9:15 PM- UL Monroe at Texas State
ESPNU: Mark Neely, Roddy Jones

Friday, October 11
7 PM- Lafayette at Princeton
ESPNU: Dave LaMont, John Congemi

8 PM- Virginia at Miami-FL
ESPN: Dave Flemming, Louis Riddick, Paul Carcaterra

8 PM- Colorado State at New Mexico
CBSSN: John Sadak, Randy Cross

10 PM- Colorado at Oregon
FS1: Joe Davis, Brock Huard, Bruce Feldman

Saturday, October 12
Noon- Oklahoma vs. Texas
FOX: Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Jenny Taft
Westwood One: Ted Emrich, Ben Leber

Noon- Michigan at Illinois
ABC: Dave Pasch, Greg NcElroy, Tom Luginbill

Noon- South Carolina at Georgia
ESPN: Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Allison Williams
Touchdown Radio (Radio.com): Brett Dolan, Taylor Zarzour

Noon- Memphis at Temple
ESPN2: Anish Shroff, Ahmad Brooks, Kris Budden

Noon- Miami-OH at Western Michigan
ESPNU: Mike Couzens, Kirk Morrison

Noon- Mississippi State at Tennessee
SEC: Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Alyssa Lang

Noon- Maryland at Purdue
BTN: Brandon Gaudin, James Laurinaitis, Elise Menaker

Noon- Rutgers at Indiana
BTN: Lisa Byington, J Leman

Noon- Toledo at Bowling Green
CBSSN: Ben Holden, Ross Tucker, Justin Walters

Noon- Richmond at Maine
WVII, WPME, FloFootball: Jim Churchill, Bryan Stackpole, Andrew Badillo

12:30 PM- Georgia Tech at Duke
ACC RSN, ACCNX: Tom Werme, James Bates, Abby Labar

12:30 PM- Holy Cross at Brown
NESN+, ESPN+: Allen Bestwick, Nick Coit

1:30 PM- Villanova at James Madison
MASN, FloFootball: Curt Dudley, Dorian Brooks

1:30 PM- Samford at VMI
Nexstar, ESPN+: Pete Yanity, Jared Singleton

2 PM- Northern Iowa at North Dakota State
NBC ND, NBCS CHIC, ESPN+: Brian Shawn, Lee Timmerman, Ryan Gellner

2 PM- Fordham at Georgetown
WDCW, PLN: Jeremy Huber, Joe Cimpela, Kelsey Nelson

2:30 PM- Old Dominion at Marshall
Stadium: Noah Coslov, Max Starks

3 PM- South Dakota at Missouri State
MVC-TV, ESPN3: Brad Wells, Danan Hughes, Connor Onion

3 PM- Missouri S&T at Texas Southern
ATT SW:3:30 PM- Florida State at Clemson
ABC: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay, Molly McGrath
Westwood One: Ryan Radtke, Derek Rackley
3:30 PM- Alabama at Texas A&M
CBS: Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson, Jamie Erdahl
Compass Media: Gregg Daniels, Steve Beuerlein

3:30 PM- Cincinnati at Houston
ESPN2: Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Rocky Boiman

3:30 PM- Michigan State at Wisconsin
BTN: Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen, Rick Pizzo

3:30 PM- BYU at USF
CBSSN: Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous, Keenan Reynolds
BYU Radio: Greg Wrubell, Riley Nelson, Mitchell Juergens

3:30 PM- Washington State at Arizona State
P12, P12 AZ, P12 WA: Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth, Lewis Johnson

3:45 PM- UConn at Tulane
ESPNU: Kevin Brown, Andre Ware

4 PM- Iowa State at West Virginia
ESPN: Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek, Olivia Dekker

4 PM- Texas Tech at Baylor
FS1: Justin Kutcher, Shane Vereen, Petros Papadakis

4 PM- UNLV at Vanderbilt
SEC: Dave Neal, DJ Shockley, Dawn Davenport

4 PM- Rhode Island at Virginia Tech
ACCN: Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Kelsey Riggs

4 PM- San Jose State at Nevada
ATT RM, MW Net: Drew Goodman, Sed Bonner

4 PM- Northern Colorado at Eastern Washington
ROOT: Tom Glasgow, Taylor Barton, Ty Gregorak

4 PM- Northwestern State at Nicholls
CST, ESPN+: David Saltzman, Gary Reasons, Carley McCord

4 PM- Sacramento State at Montana State
Cowles MT, Pluto TV 544: Chris Byers, Mike Callaghan, Aunica Koch

6 PM- New Hampshire at Stony Brook
SNY, FloFootball: Jonny Wincott, Erik Coleman, Ariel Epstein

6 PM- South Dakota State at Youngstown State
My UTV, ESPN+: Drae Smith, Chris Sammarone

7 PM- Ole Miss at Missouri
ESPN2: Jason Benetti, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich

7 PM- Fresno State at Air Force
CBSSN: Rich Waltz, Aaron Murray, Ashley Holder

7 PM- Army West Point at Western Kentucky
Stadium: Chris Vosters, Jordan Palmer

7 PM- Cal Poly at UC Davis
ELVN, Pluto TV 545: George Devine, Steve Nicolopulos

7:30 PM- USC at Notre Dame
NBC: Mike Tirico, Doug Flutie, Chris Simms, Kathryn Tappen
Notre Dame JMI (Radio.com): Paul Burmeister, Ryan Harris, Jack Nolan

7:30 PM- Penn State at Iowa
ABC: Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe

7:30 PM- Nebraska at Minnesota
FS1: Brian Custer, Robert Smith

7:30 PM- Navy at Tulsa
ESPNU: Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia

7:30 PM- Arkansas at Kentucky
SEC: Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic

7:30 PM- Louisville at Wake Forest
ACCN: Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Katie George

8 PM- Florida at LSU
ESPN: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor, Tom Rinaldi
ESPN Radio: Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones, Ian Fitzsimmons

8 PM- Utah at Oregon State
P12, P12 MTN, P12 OR: Roxy Bernstein, Anthony Herron, Jill Savage

8 PM- Southern Utah at Weber State
KJZZ, Pluto TV 535: Dave Fox, Alema Harrington, Tony Parks

10:15 PM- Hawaii at Boise State
ESPN2: Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer, Lauren Sisler

10:30 PM- Wyoming at San Diego State
CBSSN: Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor, Jenny Dell

11 PM- Washington at Arizona
FS1: Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman, Coley Harvey

Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

ESPN App Exclusives
1 PM- Delaware State at Morgan State
ESPN3: Phil Schoener, Emory Hunt
HSRN: Lamont Germany, Renard Stubbs, Kelvin Bridgers
HSRN2: Gary Laing, Mike Walker

1 PM- Norfolk State at Howard
ESPN3: Charlie Neal, Henry Frazier

1 PM- LIU at Bryant
ESPN3: Dave Popkin, Jeff Feagles

1 PM- Morehead State at Jacksonville
ESPN+: Scott Manze, David Lamm

1 PM- Jacksonville State at Eastern Illinois
ESPN+: Mike Bradd, Jack Ashmore

1 PM- Western Illinois at Indiana State
ESPN+: Luke Martin, Brian Fritz, Baylee Chamberlain

1 PM- Sacred Heart at Penn
ESPN+: Joe Tordy, Jason “Coffee” Jones

1 PM- Cornell at Harvard
ESPN+: Alex Vispoli, Ben Altsher, Kevin Gehl

1 PM- Central Connecticut State at Columbia
ESPN+: Lance Medow, Shawn FitzGerald

1 PM- Presbyterian at Monmouth
ESPN+: Matt Harmon, Eddy Occhipinti

1:30 PM- Hampton at Gardner-Webb
ESPN+: Fabian Fuentes, Brendan Boylan

1:30 PM- Yale at Dartmouth
ESPN+: Tyler Murray, Matt Goldstein

2 PM- Western Carolina at The Citadel
ESPN3: Kevin Fitzgerald, Dominique Allen, Emily Crevani

2 PM- Florida A&M at South Carolina State
ESPN3: Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker

2 PM- Ball State at Eastern Michigan
ESPN+: Robert Lee, Forrest Conoly

2 PM- Dayton at Valparaiso
ESPN+: Todd Ickow, Brian Jennings

3 PM- New Mexico State at Central Michigan
ESPN3: Sean Kenney, Marcus Ray

3 PM- Charleston Southern at Kennesaw State
ESPN3: Brian Katrek, Nathan McCreary, Chris Mooneyham

3 PM- Murray State at Tennessee State
ESPN+: Howard Gentry Jr., Dereck Fleming

3 PM- Southeast Missouri at Austin Peay
ESPN+: Barry Gresham, Patton Cook, Bree Houston

3 PM- Lamar at Sam Houston State
ESPN+: Tom Franklin, Jeff Power

3:30 PM- Kent State at Akron
ESPN3: Michael Reghi, Dustin Fox

3:30 PM- Northern Illinois at Ohio
ESPN+: Doug Sherman, John Gregory

4 PM- Middle Tennessee at FAU
ESPN+: Frank Forte, Jason Pugh

5 PM- Georgia State at Coastal Carolina
ESPN+: Jeff McCarragher, Nate Ross

5 PM- McNeese at Central Arkansas
ESPN+: John Liddle, Shea Walker, Lainie Fritz

5 PM- UIW at Southeastern Louisiana
ESPN+: John Sartori, Richie Solares, Gabrielle Cox

6 PM- UAB at UTSA
ESPN+: Lincoln Rose, LaDarrin McLane, Brooke Shoemaker

7 PM- UMass at Louisiana Tech
ESPN3: Lyn Rollins, Stan Humphries

7 PM- Illinois State at Southern Illinois
ESPN3: Lane Grindle, Adam Seidel, Don Patterson, Kelly Burke

7 PM- Houston Baptist at Abilene Christian
ESPN3:

7 PM- Prairie View A&M at Southern
ESPN3: Butch Alsandor, Santoria Black

7 PM- Charlotte at FIU
ESPN+: AJ Ricketts, Kenny Kelly

7 PM- UT Martin at Tennessee Tech
ESPN+: Dylan Vazzano, Sam Brooks

Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

Free Streams
Noon- Robert Morris at St. Francis-PA
NEC Front Row: Pat Farabaugh, Jay Roberts

1 PM- Bucknell at Colgate
PLN: Eric Malanoski, Jeff Bishop

1 PM- Drake at Butler
Facebook (Butler Bulldogs):

2 PM- Delaware at Elon
CAA TV: Taylor Durham, Matt Krause

2 PM- Mississippi Valley State at UAPB
Golden Lions All-Access: Tim Stubbs

3 PM- North Dakota at Idaho State
Pluto TV 543: Mark Liptak, Jerry Miller

5 PM- Idaho at Portland State
Pluto TV 532: Matt Richert, Mike Lund

7 PM- North Texas at Southern Miss
Facebook (Stadium): Chris Hassel, AJ Hawk, Kristen Balboni

Subscription Streams
1 PM- San Diego at Davidson
Davidson All-Access: Sam Hyman

3 PM- Savannah State at Alcorn State
Braves All-Access: Charles Edmond

4 PM- Albany at Towson
FloFootball:Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

Texas State vs UL Monroe Live

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The top tier of the SEC is so strong that one program ranked in the Top 7 of the AP Top 25 was replaced by another Sunday. Florida moved up to No. 7 in both the AP and Amway Coaches Poll following its home triumph over Auburn. The Gators have a chance to gain more ground in Week 7 if they knock off No. 5 LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Both LSU and Florida are chasing the top four teams, and the gap got a bit bigger with Ohio State moving into a tie for third with Georgia. The Buckeyes received more first-place votes than the Bulldogs for the second straight week. After a weekend in college football that went largely to script, Week 7 goes heavy on big-time matchups, from the Oklahoma-Texas rivalry showdown in Dallas to SEC unbeatens LSU and Florida meeting in Death Valley in primetime.

Two more top-25 matchups will make headlines as well: Alabama-Texas A&M and Penn State-Iowa. Who will win this week’s biggest clashes? Our writers and editors’ picks are in.Ross Dellenger picks Louisiana: The Cajuns have cruised to four straight wins after opening the season with a 10-point loss to Mississippi State.

They’re doing it with a stacked backfield and a body-moving offensive line. Billy Napier, a Nick Saban disciple, is one of the rising stars in the profession who has UL on the uptick in Year 2. The Cajuns are ninth in scoring, first in rushing and sixth in total offense this year. It’ll be tight, but they’ll hand App State its first loss.

Thursday, October 10
6 PM- Bethune-Cookman at UNC Central
ESPNU: Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker8 PM- Syracuse at NC State
ESPN: Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, Pat McAfee, Molly McGrath

9:15 PM- UL Monroe at Texas State
ESPNU: Mark Neely, Roddy Jones

Friday, October 11
7 PM- Lafayette at Princeton
ESPNU: Dave LaMont, John Congemi

8 PM- Virginia at Miami-FL
ESPN: Dave Flemming, Louis Riddick, Paul Carcaterra

8 PM- Colorado State at New Mexico
CBSSN: John Sadak, Randy Cross

10 PM- Colorado at Oregon
FS1: Joe Davis, Brock Huard, Bruce Feldman

Saturday, October 12
Noon- Oklahoma vs. Texas
FOX: Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Jenny Taft
Westwood One: Ted Emrich, Ben Leber

Noon- Michigan at Illinois
ABC: Dave Pasch, Greg NcElroy, Tom Luginbill

Noon- South Carolina at Georgia
ESPN: Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky, Allison Williams
Touchdown Radio (Radio.com): Brett Dolan, Taylor Zarzour

Noon- Memphis at Temple
ESPN2: Anish Shroff, Ahmad Brooks, Kris Budden

Noon- Miami-OH at Western Michigan
ESPNU: Mike Couzens, Kirk Morrison

Noon- Mississippi State at Tennessee
SEC: Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Alyssa Lang

Noon- Maryland at Purdue
BTN: Brandon Gaudin, James Laurinaitis, Elise Menaker

Noon- Rutgers at Indiana
BTN: Lisa Byington, J Leman

Noon- Toledo at Bowling Green
CBSSN: Ben Holden, Ross Tucker, Justin Walters

Noon- Richmond at Maine
WVII, WPME, FloFootball: Jim Churchill, Bryan Stackpole, Andrew Badillo

12:30 PM- Georgia Tech at Duke
ACC RSN, ACCNX: Tom Werme, James Bates, Abby Labar

12:30 PM- Holy Cross at Brown
NESN+, ESPN+: Allen Bestwick, Nick Coit

1:30 PM- Villanova at James Madison
MASN, FloFootball: Curt Dudley, Dorian Brooks

1:30 PM- Samford at VMI
Nexstar, ESPN+: Pete Yanity, Jared Singleton

2 PM- Northern Iowa at North Dakota State
NBC ND, NBCS CHIC, ESPN+: Brian Shawn, Lee Timmerman, Ryan Gellner

2 PM- Fordham at Georgetown
WDCW, PLN: Jeremy Huber, Joe Cimpela, Kelsey Nelson

2:30 PM- Old Dominion at Marshall
Stadium: Noah Coslov, Max Starks

3 PM- South Dakota at Missouri State
MVC-TV, ESPN3: Brad Wells, Danan Hughes, Connor Onion

3 PM- Missouri S&T at Texas Southern
ATT SW:3:30 PM- Florida State at Clemson
ABC: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay, Molly McGrath
Westwood One: Ryan Radtke, Derek Rackley
3:30 PM- Alabama at Texas A&M
CBS: Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson, Jamie Erdahl
Compass Media: Gregg Daniels, Steve Beuerlein

3:30 PM- Cincinnati at Houston
ESPN2: Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Rocky Boiman

3:30 PM- Michigan State at Wisconsin
BTN: Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen, Rick Pizzo

3:30 PM- BYU at USF
CBSSN: Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous, Keenan Reynolds
BYU Radio: Greg Wrubell, Riley Nelson, Mitchell Juergens

3:30 PM- Washington State at Arizona State
P12, P12 AZ, P12 WA: Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth, Lewis Johnson

3:45 PM- UConn at Tulane
ESPNU: Kevin Brown, Andre Ware

4 PM- Iowa State at West Virginia
ESPN: Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek, Olivia Dekker

4 PM- Texas Tech at Baylor
FS1: Justin Kutcher, Shane Vereen, Petros Papadakis

4 PM- UNLV at Vanderbilt
SEC: Dave Neal, DJ Shockley, Dawn Davenport

4 PM- Rhode Island at Virginia Tech
ACCN: Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich, Kelsey Riggs

4 PM- San Jose State at Nevada
ATT RM, MW Net: Drew Goodman, Sed Bonner

4 PM- Northern Colorado at Eastern Washington
ROOT: Tom Glasgow, Taylor Barton, Ty Gregorak

4 PM- Northwestern State at Nicholls
CST, ESPN+: David Saltzman, Gary Reasons, Carley McCord

4 PM- Sacramento State at Montana State
Cowles MT, Pluto TV 544: Chris Byers, Mike Callaghan, Aunica Koch

6 PM- New Hampshire at Stony Brook
SNY, FloFootball: Jonny Wincott, Erik Coleman, Ariel Epstein

6 PM- South Dakota State at Youngstown State
My UTV, ESPN+: Drae Smith, Chris Sammarone

7 PM- Ole Miss at Missouri
ESPN2: Jason Benetti, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich

7 PM- Fresno State at Air Force
CBSSN: Rich Waltz, Aaron Murray, Ashley Holder

7 PM- Army West Point at Western Kentucky
Stadium: Chris Vosters, Jordan Palmer

7 PM- Cal Poly at UC Davis
ELVN, Pluto TV 545: George Devine, Steve Nicolopulos

7:30 PM- USC at Notre Dame
NBC: Mike Tirico, Doug Flutie, Chris Simms, Kathryn Tappen
Notre Dame JMI (Radio.com): Paul Burmeister, Ryan Harris, Jack Nolan

7:30 PM- Penn State at Iowa
ABC: Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Holly Rowe

7:30 PM- Nebraska at Minnesota
FS1: Brian Custer, Robert Smith

7:30 PM- Navy at Tulsa
ESPNU: Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia

7:30 PM- Arkansas at Kentucky
SEC: Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic

7:30 PM- Louisville at Wake Forest
ACCN: Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck, Katie George

8 PM- Florida at LSU
ESPN: Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, Maria Taylor, Tom Rinaldi
ESPN Radio: Sean Kelley, Barrett Jones, Ian Fitzsimmons

8 PM- Utah at Oregon State
P12, P12 MTN, P12 OR: Roxy Bernstein, Anthony Herron, Jill Savage

8 PM- Southern Utah at Weber State
KJZZ, Pluto TV 535: Dave Fox, Alema Harrington, Tony Parks

10:15 PM- Hawaii at Boise State
ESPN2: Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer, Lauren Sisler

10:30 PM- Wyoming at San Diego State
CBSSN: Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor, Jenny Dell

11 PM- Washington at Arizona
FS1: Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman, Coley Harvey

Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

ESPN App Exclusives
1 PM- Delaware State at Morgan State
ESPN3: Phil Schoener, Emory Hunt
HSRN: Lamont Germany, Renard Stubbs, Kelvin Bridgers
HSRN2: Gary Laing, Mike Walker

1 PM- Norfolk State at Howard
ESPN3: Charlie Neal, Henry Frazier

1 PM- LIU at Bryant
ESPN3: Dave Popkin, Jeff Feagles

1 PM- Morehead State at Jacksonville
ESPN+: Scott Manze, David Lamm

1 PM- Jacksonville State at Eastern Illinois
ESPN+: Mike Bradd, Jack Ashmore

1 PM- Western Illinois at Indiana State
ESPN+: Luke Martin, Brian Fritz, Baylee Chamberlain

1 PM- Sacred Heart at Penn
ESPN+: Joe Tordy, Jason “Coffee” Jones

1 PM- Cornell at Harvard
ESPN+: Alex Vispoli, Ben Altsher, Kevin Gehl

1 PM- Central Connecticut State at Columbia
ESPN+: Lance Medow, Shawn FitzGerald

1 PM- Presbyterian at Monmouth
ESPN+: Matt Harmon, Eddy Occhipinti

1:30 PM- Hampton at Gardner-Webb
ESPN+: Fabian Fuentes, Brendan Boylan

1:30 PM- Yale at Dartmouth
ESPN+: Tyler Murray, Matt Goldstein

2 PM- Western Carolina at The Citadel
ESPN3: Kevin Fitzgerald, Dominique Allen, Emily Crevani

2 PM- Florida A&M at South Carolina State
ESPN3: Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker

2 PM- Ball State at Eastern Michigan
ESPN+: Robert Lee, Forrest Conoly

2 PM- Dayton at Valparaiso
ESPN+: Todd Ickow, Brian Jennings

3 PM- New Mexico State at Central Michigan
ESPN3: Sean Kenney, Marcus Ray

3 PM- Charleston Southern at Kennesaw State
ESPN3: Brian Katrek, Nathan McCreary, Chris Mooneyham

3 PM- Murray State at Tennessee State
ESPN+: Howard Gentry Jr., Dereck Fleming

3 PM- Southeast Missouri at Austin Peay
ESPN+: Barry Gresham, Patton Cook, Bree Houston

3 PM- Lamar at Sam Houston State
ESPN+: Tom Franklin, Jeff Power

3:30 PM- Kent State at Akron
ESPN3: Michael Reghi, Dustin Fox

3:30 PM- Northern Illinois at Ohio
ESPN+: Doug Sherman, John Gregory

4 PM- Middle Tennessee at FAU
ESPN+: Frank Forte, Jason Pugh

5 PM- Georgia State at Coastal Carolina
ESPN+: Jeff McCarragher, Nate Ross

5 PM- McNeese at Central Arkansas
ESPN+: John Liddle, Shea Walker, Lainie Fritz

5 PM- UIW at Southeastern Louisiana
ESPN+: John Sartori, Richie Solares, Gabrielle Cox

6 PM- UAB at UTSA
ESPN+: Lincoln Rose, LaDarrin McLane, Brooke Shoemaker

7 PM- UMass at Louisiana Tech
ESPN3: Lyn Rollins, Stan Humphries

7 PM- Illinois State at Southern Illinois
ESPN3: Lane Grindle, Adam Seidel, Don Patterson, Kelly Burke

7 PM- Houston Baptist at Abilene Christian
ESPN3:

7 PM- Prairie View A&M at Southern
ESPN3: Butch Alsandor, Santoria Black

7 PM- Charlotte at FIU
ESPN+: AJ Ricketts, Kenny Kelly

7 PM- UT Martin at Tennessee Tech
ESPN+: Dylan Vazzano, Sam Brooks

Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

Free Streams
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2 PM- Delaware at Elon
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2 PM- Mississippi Valley State at UAPB
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3 PM- North Dakota at Idaho State
Pluto TV 543: Mark Liptak, Jerry Miller

5 PM- Idaho at Portland State
Pluto TV 532: Matt Richert, Mike Lund

7 PM- North Texas at Southern Miss
Facebook (Stadium): Chris Hassel, AJ Hawk, Kristen Balboni

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1 PM- San Diego at Davidson
Davidson All-Access: Sam Hyman

3 PM- Savannah State at Alcorn State
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FloFootball:Thanks to Daniel for our weekly college football schedule. Visit his site Eye on Sky and Air Sports for more broadcast schedules.

Curacao vs Panama Live

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European nations are battling for qualification for Euro 2020, with some nations such as Belgium and Italy able to secure their place in the tournament this international break. Over in Asia, qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup is in full swing, while the rest of the world either has friendly matches or Nations League matches. Here are some things to look out for this October 2019 international break.

Son In Pyongyang

South Korea and North Korea play against each other quite regularly, and actually faced each other four times during the qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup. But for the first time in almost 30 years, South Korea will play North Korea in Pyongyang this October 15th. That the match is being played in North Korea shows how for the two Koreas have come in the past two years; that there won’t be any South Korean supporters in the Kim Il Sung stadium shows how much further they still have to go.

Both sides have won all their qualifying games so far. For Son Heung-min and the rest of South Korea’s relatively young squad, they’ll have to forget about the historic significance of the occasion and focus on the match if they want to come away from Pyongyang with all three points. South Korean head coach Paulo Bento said of the trip to Pyongyang “I know how South Korean people feel about this match, but the most important thing is for us to win.”

Samba In Singapore

Today In: Business
The Brazilian national team are trying to have their Brigadeiro and eat it. For the Brazilian FA, the international break provides the perfect opportunity to top up their coffers, so Neymar and co. are heading to Singapore for a pair of exhibition matches. But rather than playing Singapore, they’ll be facing Senegal and Nigeria. With so few teams in CONMEBOL, and with the rest of the world playing competitive games, it makes sense for Brazil to use this break as an opportunity to play strong opponents from Africa, but while the facilities in Singapore are first class and the island offers a chance to maximize the commercial aspects of the games, it must be a bit disappointing for fans of Senegal and Nigeria that these games aren’t happening in Lagos or Dakar.The boys soccer season has reached the midway point, which means its time for an annual midseason awards.

These picks are no indication of the awards we will hand out at the end of the season with our postseason honors, but rather our observations halfway through the season.Now in the second year of a rebuilding phase with an incredibly young team, Shawnee has shown progression throughout the season and will be a dangerous team come tournament time. Seniors Aidan Giquintio and Aidan Lewis have provided strong leadership for Shawnee’s youthful talent and results this week alone should point to a promising future. Wins over Eastern and Lenape to end a three-game losing skid should cement Shawnee’s place back in the South Jersey Coaches’ Cup after failing to qualify last season.

Shawnee (7-4-1) enters Tuesday seeded No. 8 in power points in South Jersey, Group 4 and will be a tough out in November in a wide-open state tournament field.Finally healthy, West Orange is looking dangerous. After opening the year 0-4-1, it rattled off four straight wins to bring its record to 4-4-1 before running into No. 2 Seton Hall Prep and No. 14 Montclair.

The resurgence has come behind the returns of Aleks Cardoza and Dario Carraha as well as show-stopping, game-changer Kalleo Mendes. Sophomore Ari Rosu has gotten off to a great start in the attacking third with four goals and two assists. Now with a full supporting cast, Rosu could be on the verge of some big things. In the back, Yasin Aly leads a strong, hard-working group.

West Orange was seeded eighth and will look to give top-seeded Seton Hall Prep a run for its money in Saturday’s quarterfinals. It is currently No. 14 in the power points report for North 1, Group 4 and is not a team that can be slept on.

Panama vs Curacao Live

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European nations are battling for qualification for Euro 2020, with some nations such as Belgium and Italy able to secure their place in the tournament this international break. Over in Asia, qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup is in full swing, while the rest of the world either has friendly matches or Nations League matches. Here are some things to look out for this October 2019 international break.

Son In Pyongyang

South Korea and North Korea play against each other quite regularly, and actually faced each other four times during the qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup. But for the first time in almost 30 years, South Korea will play North Korea in Pyongyang this October 15th. That the match is being played in North Korea shows how for the two Koreas have come in the past two years; that there won’t be any South Korean supporters in the Kim Il Sung stadium shows how much further they still have to go.

Both sides have won all their qualifying games so far. For Son Heung-min and the rest of South Korea’s relatively young squad, they’ll have to forget about the historic significance of the occasion and focus on the match if they want to come away from Pyongyang with all three points. South Korean head coach Paulo Bento said of the trip to Pyongyang “I know how South Korean people feel about this match, but the most important thing is for us to win.”

Samba In Singapore

Today In: Business
The Brazilian national team are trying to have their Brigadeiro and eat it. For the Brazilian FA, the international break provides the perfect opportunity to top up their coffers, so Neymar and co. are heading to Singapore for a pair of exhibition matches. But rather than playing Singapore, they’ll be facing Senegal and Nigeria. With so few teams in CONMEBOL, and with the rest of the world playing competitive games, it makes sense for Brazil to use this break as an opportunity to play strong opponents from Africa, but while the facilities in Singapore are first class and the island offers a chance to maximize the commercial aspects of the games, it must be a bit disappointing for fans of Senegal and Nigeria that these games aren’t happening in Lagos or Dakar.The boys soccer season has reached the midway point, which means its time for an annual midseason awards.

These picks are no indication of the awards we will hand out at the end of the season with our postseason honors, but rather our observations halfway through the season.Now in the second year of a rebuilding phase with an incredibly young team, Shawnee has shown progression throughout the season and will be a dangerous team come tournament time. Seniors Aidan Giquintio and Aidan Lewis have provided strong leadership for Shawnee’s youthful talent and results this week alone should point to a promising future. Wins over Eastern and Lenape to end a three-game losing skid should cement Shawnee’s place back in the South Jersey Coaches’ Cup after failing to qualify last season.

Shawnee (7-4-1) enters Tuesday seeded No. 8 in power points in South Jersey, Group 4 and will be a tough out in November in a wide-open state tournament field.Finally healthy, West Orange is looking dangerous. After opening the year 0-4-1, it rattled off four straight wins to bring its record to 4-4-1 before running into No. 2 Seton Hall Prep and No. 14 Montclair.

The resurgence has come behind the returns of Aleks Cardoza and Dario Carraha as well as show-stopping, game-changer Kalleo Mendes. Sophomore Ari Rosu has gotten off to a great start in the attacking third with four goals and two assists. Now with a full supporting cast, Rosu could be on the verge of some big things. In the back, Yasin Aly leads a strong, hard-working group.

West Orange was seeded eighth and will look to give top-seeded Seton Hall Prep a run for its money in Saturday’s quarterfinals. It is currently No. 14 in the power points report for North 1, Group 4 and is not a team that can be slept on.

Bolivia vs Venezuela Live

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European nations are battling for qualification for Euro 2020, with some nations such as Belgium and Italy able to secure their place in the tournament this international break. Over in Asia, qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup is in full swing, while the rest of the world either has friendly matches or Nations League matches. Here are some things to look out for this October 2019 international break.

Son In Pyongyang

South Korea and North Korea play against each other quite regularly, and actually faced each other four times during the qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup. But for the first time in almost 30 years, South Korea will play North Korea in Pyongyang this October 15th. That the match is being played in North Korea shows how for the two Koreas have come in the past two years; that there won’t be any South Korean supporters in the Kim Il Sung stadium shows how much further they still have to go.

Both sides have won all their qualifying games so far. For Son Heung-min and the rest of South Korea’s relatively young squad, they’ll have to forget about the historic significance of the occasion and focus on the match if they want to come away from Pyongyang with all three points. South Korean head coach Paulo Bento said of the trip to Pyongyang “I know how South Korean people feel about this match, but the most important thing is for us to win.”

Samba In Singapore

Today In: Business
The Brazilian national team are trying to have their Brigadeiro and eat it. For the Brazilian FA, the international break provides the perfect opportunity to top up their coffers, so Neymar and co. are heading to Singapore for a pair of exhibition matches. But rather than playing Singapore, they’ll be facing Senegal and Nigeria. With so few teams in CONMEBOL, and with the rest of the world playing competitive games, it makes sense for Brazil to use this break as an opportunity to play strong opponents from Africa, but while the facilities in Singapore are first class and the island offers a chance to maximize the commercial aspects of the games, it must be a bit disappointing for fans of Senegal and Nigeria that these games aren’t happening in Lagos or Dakar.The boys soccer season has reached the midway point, which means its time for an annual midseason awards.

These picks are no indication of the awards we will hand out at the end of the season with our postseason honors, but rather our observations halfway through the season.Now in the second year of a rebuilding phase with an incredibly young team, Shawnee has shown progression throughout the season and will be a dangerous team come tournament time. Seniors Aidan Giquintio and Aidan Lewis have provided strong leadership for Shawnee’s youthful talent and results this week alone should point to a promising future. Wins over Eastern and Lenape to end a three-game losing skid should cement Shawnee’s place back in the South Jersey Coaches’ Cup after failing to qualify last season.

Shawnee (7-4-1) enters Tuesday seeded No. 8 in power points in South Jersey, Group 4 and will be a tough out in November in a wide-open state tournament field.Finally healthy, West Orange is looking dangerous. After opening the year 0-4-1, it rattled off four straight wins to bring its record to 4-4-1 before running into No. 2 Seton Hall Prep and No. 14 Montclair.

The resurgence has come behind the returns of Aleks Cardoza and Dario Carraha as well as show-stopping, game-changer Kalleo Mendes. Sophomore Ari Rosu has gotten off to a great start in the attacking third with four goals and two assists. Now with a full supporting cast, Rosu could be on the verge of some big things. In the back, Yasin Aly leads a strong, hard-working group.

West Orange was seeded eighth and will look to give top-seeded Seton Hall Prep a run for its money in Saturday’s quarterfinals. It is currently No. 14 in the power points report for North 1, Group 4 and is not a team that can be slept on.

Venezuela vs Bolivia Live

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European nations are battling for qualification for Euro 2020, with some nations such as Belgium and Italy able to secure their place in the tournament this international break. Over in Asia, qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup is in full swing, while the rest of the world either has friendly matches or Nations League matches. Here are some things to look out for this October 2019 international break.

Son In Pyongyang

South Korea and North Korea play against each other quite regularly, and actually faced each other four times during the qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup. But for the first time in almost 30 years, South Korea will play North Korea in Pyongyang this October 15th. That the match is being played in North Korea shows how for the two Koreas have come in the past two years; that there won’t be any South Korean supporters in the Kim Il Sung stadium shows how much further they still have to go.

Both sides have won all their qualifying games so far. For Son Heung-min and the rest of South Korea’s relatively young squad, they’ll have to forget about the historic significance of the occasion and focus on the match if they want to come away from Pyongyang with all three points. South Korean head coach Paulo Bento said of the trip to Pyongyang “I know how South Korean people feel about this match, but the most important thing is for us to win.”

Samba In Singapore

Today In: Business
The Brazilian national team are trying to have their Brigadeiro and eat it. For the Brazilian FA, the international break provides the perfect opportunity to top up their coffers, so Neymar and co. are heading to Singapore for a pair of exhibition matches. But rather than playing Singapore, they’ll be facing Senegal and Nigeria. With so few teams in CONMEBOL, and with the rest of the world playing competitive games, it makes sense for Brazil to use this break as an opportunity to play strong opponents from Africa, but while the facilities in Singapore are first class and the island offers a chance to maximize the commercial aspects of the games, it must be a bit disappointing for fans of Senegal and Nigeria that these games aren’t happening in Lagos or Dakar.The boys soccer season has reached the midway point, which means its time for an annual midseason awards.

These picks are no indication of the awards we will hand out at the end of the season with our postseason honors, but rather our observations halfway through the season.Now in the second year of a rebuilding phase with an incredibly young team, Shawnee has shown progression throughout the season and will be a dangerous team come tournament time. Seniors Aidan Giquintio and Aidan Lewis have provided strong leadership for Shawnee’s youthful talent and results this week alone should point to a promising future. Wins over Eastern and Lenape to end a three-game losing skid should cement Shawnee’s place back in the South Jersey Coaches’ Cup after failing to qualify last season.

Shawnee (7-4-1) enters Tuesday seeded No. 8 in power points in South Jersey, Group 4 and will be a tough out in November in a wide-open state tournament field.Finally healthy, West Orange is looking dangerous. After opening the year 0-4-1, it rattled off four straight wins to bring its record to 4-4-1 before running into No. 2 Seton Hall Prep and No. 14 Montclair.

The resurgence has come behind the returns of Aleks Cardoza and Dario Carraha as well as show-stopping, game-changer Kalleo Mendes. Sophomore Ari Rosu has gotten off to a great start in the attacking third with four goals and two assists. Now with a full supporting cast, Rosu could be on the verge of some big things. In the back, Yasin Aly leads a strong, hard-working group.

West Orange was seeded eighth and will look to give top-seeded Seton Hall Prep a run for its money in Saturday’s quarterfinals. It is currently No. 14 in the power points report for North 1, Group 4 and is not a team that can be slept on.

Serbia vs Paraguay Live

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European nations are battling for qualification for Euro 2020, with some nations such as Belgium and Italy able to secure their place in the tournament this international break. Over in Asia, qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup is in full swing, while the rest of the world either has friendly matches or Nations League matches. Here are some things to look out for this October 2019 international break.

Son In Pyongyang

South Korea and North Korea play against each other quite regularly, and actually faced each other four times during the qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup. But for the first time in almost 30 years, South Korea will play North Korea in Pyongyang this October 15th. That the match is being played in North Korea shows how for the two Koreas have come in the past two years; that there won’t be any South Korean supporters in the Kim Il Sung stadium shows how much further they still have to go.

Both sides have won all their qualifying games so far. For Son Heung-min and the rest of South Korea’s relatively young squad, they’ll have to forget about the historic significance of the occasion and focus on the match if they want to come away from Pyongyang with all three points. South Korean head coach Paulo Bento said of the trip to Pyongyang “I know how South Korean people feel about this match, but the most important thing is for us to win.”

Samba In Singapore

Today In: Business
The Brazilian national team are trying to have their Brigadeiro and eat it. For the Brazilian FA, the international break provides the perfect opportunity to top up their coffers, so Neymar and co. are heading to Singapore for a pair of exhibition matches. But rather than playing Singapore, they’ll be facing Senegal and Nigeria. With so few teams in CONMEBOL, and with the rest of the world playing competitive games, it makes sense for Brazil to use this break as an opportunity to play strong opponents from Africa, but while the facilities in Singapore are first class and the island offers a chance to maximize the commercial aspects of the games, it must be a bit disappointing for fans of Senegal and Nigeria that these games aren’t happening in Lagos or Dakar.The boys soccer season has reached the midway point, which means its time for an annual midseason awards.

These picks are no indication of the awards we will hand out at the end of the season with our postseason honors, but rather our observations halfway through the season.Now in the second year of a rebuilding phase with an incredibly young team, Shawnee has shown progression throughout the season and will be a dangerous team come tournament time. Seniors Aidan Giquintio and Aidan Lewis have provided strong leadership for Shawnee’s youthful talent and results this week alone should point to a promising future. Wins over Eastern and Lenape to end a three-game losing skid should cement Shawnee’s place back in the South Jersey Coaches’ Cup after failing to qualify last season.

Shawnee (7-4-1) enters Tuesday seeded No. 8 in power points in South Jersey, Group 4 and will be a tough out in November in a wide-open state tournament field.Finally healthy, West Orange is looking dangerous. After opening the year 0-4-1, it rattled off four straight wins to bring its record to 4-4-1 before running into No. 2 Seton Hall Prep and No. 14 Montclair.

The resurgence has come behind the returns of Aleks Cardoza and Dario Carraha as well as show-stopping, game-changer Kalleo Mendes. Sophomore Ari Rosu has gotten off to a great start in the attacking third with four goals and two assists. Now with a full supporting cast, Rosu could be on the verge of some big things. In the back, Yasin Aly leads a strong, hard-working group.

West Orange was seeded eighth and will look to give top-seeded Seton Hall Prep a run for its money in Saturday’s quarterfinals. It is currently No. 14 in the power points report for North 1, Group 4 and is not a team that can be slept on.

Paraguay vs Serbia Live

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European nations are battling for qualification for Euro 2020, with some nations such as Belgium and Italy able to secure their place in the tournament this international break. Over in Asia, qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup is in full swing, while the rest of the world either has friendly matches or Nations League matches. Here are some things to look out for this October 2019 international break.

Son In Pyongyang

South Korea and North Korea play against each other quite regularly, and actually faced each other four times during the qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup. But for the first time in almost 30 years, South Korea will play North Korea in Pyongyang this October 15th. That the match is being played in North Korea shows how for the two Koreas have come in the past two years; that there won’t be any South Korean supporters in the Kim Il Sung stadium shows how much further they still have to go.

Both sides have won all their qualifying games so far. For Son Heung-min and the rest of South Korea’s relatively young squad, they’ll have to forget about the historic significance of the occasion and focus on the match if they want to come away from Pyongyang with all three points. South Korean head coach Paulo Bento said of the trip to Pyongyang “I know how South Korean people feel about this match, but the most important thing is for us to win.”

Samba In Singapore

Today In: Business
The Brazilian national team are trying to have their Brigadeiro and eat it. For the Brazilian FA, the international break provides the perfect opportunity to top up their coffers, so Neymar and co. are heading to Singapore for a pair of exhibition matches. But rather than playing Singapore, they’ll be facing Senegal and Nigeria. With so few teams in CONMEBOL, and with the rest of the world playing competitive games, it makes sense for Brazil to use this break as an opportunity to play strong opponents from Africa, but while the facilities in Singapore are first class and the island offers a chance to maximize the commercial aspects of the games, it must be a bit disappointing for fans of Senegal and Nigeria that these games aren’t happening in Lagos or Dakar.The boys soccer season has reached the midway point, which means its time for an annual midseason awards.

These picks are no indication of the awards we will hand out at the end of the season with our postseason honors, but rather our observations halfway through the season.Now in the second year of a rebuilding phase with an incredibly young team, Shawnee has shown progression throughout the season and will be a dangerous team come tournament time. Seniors Aidan Giquintio and Aidan Lewis have provided strong leadership for Shawnee’s youthful talent and results this week alone should point to a promising future. Wins over Eastern and Lenape to end a three-game losing skid should cement Shawnee’s place back in the South Jersey Coaches’ Cup after failing to qualify last season.

Shawnee (7-4-1) enters Tuesday seeded No. 8 in power points in South Jersey, Group 4 and will be a tough out in November in a wide-open state tournament field.Finally healthy, West Orange is looking dangerous. After opening the year 0-4-1, it rattled off four straight wins to bring its record to 4-4-1 before running into No. 2 Seton Hall Prep and No. 14 Montclair.

The resurgence has come behind the returns of Aleks Cardoza and Dario Carraha as well as show-stopping, game-changer Kalleo Mendes. Sophomore Ari Rosu has gotten off to a great start in the attacking third with four goals and two assists. Now with a full supporting cast, Rosu could be on the verge of some big things. In the back, Yasin Aly leads a strong, hard-working group.

West Orange was seeded eighth and will look to give top-seeded Seton Hall Prep a run for its money in Saturday’s quarterfinals. It is currently No. 14 in the power points report for North 1, Group 4 and is not a team that can be slept on.

Senegal vs Brazil Live

Senegal vs Brazil Live: Senegal vs Brazil Live Stream watch,  Brazil vs Senegal 2019 International Friendly Match Date: Thursday, 10 October Kick-off at 19:45 UK /. Brazil will be taking on Senegal for the first time on Thursday afternoon as the South American champions meet the World Cup fan favourites. This will be the first match for Senegal since their 1-0 loss against Algeria in the African Cup final where they had an impressive run and the team have won eight of their last ten matches.

Sports Mole provides team news, predicted lineups and a full preview of Thursday’s international friendly between Brazil and Senegal. Brazil vs Senegal International friendly Venue Sigapore National three line up on opposing sides when Brazil take on Senegal on Thursday. Sadio Mane will lead the line for Senegal as the Africa Cup of Nations runners-up take on Brazil in Singapore this afternoon. All the information on how, where and when to watch the international friendly between Brazil and Senegal on August 10, 2019, kick-off at .

They also made a big impact in the 2018 World Cup with their team spirit and strong attack which was evident when they beat Lewadowski’s Poland 2-1. They were were the first team in World Cup history to be eliminated by the fair play criteria after accumulating more bookings than Japan, who had the same amount of points in their group. Brazil failed to build on their summer Copa America in two disappointing matches recently when they drew 2-2 against Colombia and were defeated 1-0 by Peru, ending their 17 match unbeaten run.Two of Liverpool’s front three line up on opposing sides when Brazil take on Senegal on Thursday.

Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane represent their respective nations in Singapore with Liverpool’s campaign on hold until 20 October – when they travel to Manchester United. Since the summer’s Copa America success, Brazil have seen their 17-game unbeaten run come to an end following defeat to Peru in September. Senegal meanwhile are still dusting themselves off after their Africa Cup of Nations final heartbreak. In addition to Firmino and Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Cheikhou Kouyate and Richarlison are the other Premier League names in line to feature.

Team news
Alisson Becker has remained on Merseyside as he nears his return to club action with Juventus full-back Danilo withdrawing from the squad earlier this month due to injury. Renan Lodi is in line to make his international debut after an impressive start to the season with Atletico Madrid. Senegal coach Aliou Cisse has recalled Pape Djibril Diaw, Racine Coly, Sidy Sarr, Mamadou Loum Ndiaye, Famara Diédhiou and Habib Diallo to his squad.

Possible Brazil starting lineup: Ederson; Alves, Thiago Silva, Militao, Lodi; Arthur, Casemiro, Coutinho; Richarlison, Firmino, Neymar Possible Senegal starting lineup: Gomis; Gassana, Koulibaly, Sane, Wague; N’Diaye, Gueye, Kouyate; Sarr, Mane, Balde Brazil take on Senegal in Singapore on Thursday looking to get back to winning ways after their poor performances during the September international break. Meanwhile, Senegal are playing their first senior fixture since losing to Algeria in the Africa Cup of Nations final back in July.While Tite was naturally delighted with Brazil’s Copa America campaign during the summer, he has since realised that there is much work to be done with his squad after their recent two matches.

Despite a 2-2 draw with Colombia being respectable enough, the one-goal defeat to Peru came as a surprise, especially having thrashed the same opponents by a 5-0 scoreline less than three months earlier. Tite had made numerous changes to his starting lineup, with Neymar only being named on the substitutes’ bench, but the Selecao boss would have been bitterly disappointed to see his team’s 17-game unbeaten streak come to an end in such circumstances. The main priority over the next five weeks is to defeat Argentina in Saudi Arabia on November 15, but Tite will reiterate to his squad that there are still plenty of places up for grabs ahead of that showdown.

Senegal boss Aliou Cisse has also publicly declared that he is keen to bring new faces into the national setup, with five of the players involved in this group having earned two caps or less. That decision is a response to missing out on Africa Cup of Nations glory during the summer, while Cisse already has eyes on developing a squad ahead of the 2021 staging of the tournament.

The qualification period begins next month with a clash against Congo, and Cisse will likely use this fixture to assess which players are ready to play a significant part in that game. Nevertheless, history and the sense of occasion will not be lost on Cisse as his nation goes head-to-head with the five-time world champions for the first time.