Chargers vs Titans

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On Sunday the Chargers take on Tennessee at 9:30 a.m. If the contest is anything like the 43-35 finish from the last time they met, the scorekeeper will be kept real busy.

The Chargers might be getting used to good results now that the squad have three wins in a row. They were the clear victor by a 38-14 margin over Cleveland. Among those leading the charge for the Chargers was Melvin Gordon, who rushed for 132 yards and 3 touchdowns. That makes it six straight good games in a row from Gordon.

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Meanwhile, Tennessee suffered a grim 0-21 defeat to Baltimore last Sunday. Tennessee were down by 0-21 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from.

The Chargers’s victory lifted them to 4-2 while Tennessee’s defeat dropped them down to 3-3. Tennessee’s offensive line will need to gear up for a tough test against a the Chargers defensive front that amassed five sacks against Cleveland, so we’ll see if they are up to the task.

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday at 9:30 AM ET
  • Where: Wembley Stadium,
  • TV: CBS
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

The Chargers are a solid 6.5 point favorite against the Titans.This season, L.A. Chargers are 3-3-0 against the spread. As for Tennessee, they are 3-3-0 against the spreadL.A. Chargers won the only game these two teams have played in the last 4 years.

Oregon vs Washington State

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No. 12 Oregon travels to No. 25 Washington State in a Pac-12 college football 2018 game at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Washington, on Saturday.

Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. Central, 7:30 p.m. Eastern, with the game to be broadcast live on Fox. Washington State is an 3-point favorite, according to Vegas Insider.

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Oregon is 5-1 overall, 2-1 in the Pac-12, while Washington State is also 5-1, 2-1. The Ducks beat the Cougars 33-10 in 2017 in Eugene.

GAME OF THE WEEK: No. 12 Oregon at No. 25 Washington State. This is a key game in determining who will remain alive for the North Division title. The Ducks (5-1, 2-1) feature running back CJ Verdell, who has rushed for 100 yards or more in three straight games, while the Cougars (5-1, 2-1) lead the nation in passing offense at 410.4 yards per game behind the arm of Gardner Minshew. The game will have a festive atmosphere as ESPN’s “College GameDay” makes its first appearance at Washington State.

MATCHUP OF THE WEEK: Colorado at No. 15 Washington. Both teams are looking to bounce back from road losses. The Buffaloes (5-1, 2-1) have yet to allow a touchdown during the fourth quarter but face a tough challenge in containing Huskies QB Jake Browning and RB Myles Gaskin. Washington (5-2, 3-1) probably saw its College Football Playoff hopes dashed last week but the winner of this game will become the conference’s first team to become bowl eligible this season.

NUMBERS GAME: The tradition of waving Washington State’s Ol’ Crimson in the background on ESPN’s GameDay has reached 216 consecutive appearances. . Utah QB Tyler Huntley last week became the ninth conference player since 1996 to throw, rush and catch a touchdown in the same game. . UCLA RB Joshua Kelley is the first Bruin to have three straight 100-yard games since Jordon James in 2013.

UPSET WATCH: USC at Utah. The Utes are favored by seven at home, but the Trojans have won three straight and are 15-1 against the Pac-12 South during coach Clay Helton’s tenure.

IMPACT PERFORMER: Oregon State RB Jermar Jefferson. The freshman leads the conference in rushing and is fourth in the nation, averaging 144.2 yards per game. He needs 135 yards to become the first Beavers running back to reach 1,000 yards since Jacquizz Rodgers (1,440) in 2009.

Ohio State vs Purdue

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Although they have both called the Big Ten home since the conference shifted to an East-West alignment rather than the notorious Legends and Leaders Divisions the conference used to have, when Ohio State and Purduemeet on Saturday night, it’ll be the first time they’ve played since the 2013 season. That was Urban Meyer’s second season with the Buckeyes, and Darrell Hazell’s first with the Boilermakers. Meyer remains, while Hazell has been replaced by Jeff Brohm.

Ohio State is 2-0 against Purdue under Urban Meyer and has dominated the series overall, going 39-14-2. It must be pointed out, however, that even though Ohio State won the 2013 meeting in West Lafayette, Purdue has won two of the last three meetings at Ross-Ade Stadium, and it was a big underdog each time. Just like it will be against the Buckeyes this weekend.

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Date: Saturday, Oct. 20 | Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Ross-Ade Stadium — West Lafayette, Indiana
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Ohio State: Ohio State is in the midst of a dangerous part of its schedule. Not because it’s facing great teams on a weekly basis, but because it’s undefeated and coming up against a stretch of opponents everyone expects it to beat. This is when we occasionally see teams get complacent and take their opponent for granted. To this point, Ohio State has avoided such a fate as it’s outscored Indiana and Minnesota 79-40 the last two weeks. This will be its first time on the road since beating Penn State and in two road games this season, we’ve seen the Buckeyes have a difficult time, even if they managed to win.

Purdue: Since coming to Purdue last season, Jeff Brohm has changed the identity of the program. It used to be a doormat, but nobody considers it one anymore. The Boilermakers may only be 10-9 under Brohm, but it’s a vast improvement over where they had been. And this improvement has come largely thanks to an offense that’s averaging 33.5 points per game this season. That’s nearly a full eight points more than it was scoring per game last season, and this week Purdue will face an Ohio State defense that has shown a few cracks. Purdue will need to exploit them to have a shot at pulling off this upset.

This pick isn’t easy, and my confidence level isn’t sky high. Frankly, if the spread were at 14 or higher, I’d be taking Purdue here, but at 13.5 points I think the Buckeyes are the right play. Purdue’s offense will find success against this Ohio State defense, but I don’t think its defense will be able to hold against this potent Buckeyes offense enough times to stay within two scores. Pick: Ohio State -13.5

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Mississippi State vs LSU

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The No. 5 LSU Tigers are 16-2 straight up in their last 18 games against the No. 22 Mississippi State Bulldogs. The Tigers will try to continue their success against the Bulldogs this Saturday in Death Valley.

LSU is a 6.5-point home favorite in Baton Rouge at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Despite their straight up success against the Bulldogs, the Tigers are 0-4 against the spread in their last four meetings with Mississippi State.

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It is crazy to see just how much the public perception of a team can change on a week-to-week basis. LSU climbed to No. 5 in the AP Top 25 with a 5-0 SU and 3-2 ATS start that included impressive upset wins over Miami and Auburn.

But after a 27-19 road loss to the Florida Gators, LSU was dropped down to No. 13 and made a 7-point home underdog to the Georgia Bulldogs last Saturday. Considered an SEC afterthought before that game, LSU crushed Georgia 36-16 to jump back up to No. 5, and suddenly the Tigers are Alabama’s biggest obstacle in the SEC West.

With the win over Georgia, LSU improved to 7-0 SU and ATS over its last seven games per the OddsShark College Football Database.

Mississippi State has had a similar one-week resurgence in its last game. After seeing dual-threat quarterback Nick Fitzgerald and the Mississippi State offense totally neutralized in a 28-7 loss to Kentucky and a 13-6 loss to Florida, the Bulldogs fell from No. 14 in the nation to out of the Top 25.

But with 195 rushing yards and two touchdowns, Fitzgerald led the Bulldogs to a 23-9 win over then No. 8 Auburn to move to 15-6 SU over their last 21 games.

Saturday’s total is set at 45 points. The UNDER is 5-0 in Mississippi State’s last five games against SEC opponents.

This should be a great game between two of the nation’s top defensive teams. LSU has the home field advantage, but the Bulldogs enter the game with the best scoring defense in the nation allowing only 12.7 points per game and have had a bye week to prepare for this one. Both offenses will have their work cut out for them on Saturday.

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Penn State vs Indiana

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Penn St. have been homebodies their last two matches, but they are heading out on Saturday. They take on Indiana at 3:30 p.m. Penn St. are the favorites in this one — although they were the favorites in their last game, too, so the odds might count for a little less.

Last Saturday, Penn St. were within striking distance but couldn’t close the gap, as they fell 17-21 to Michigan St. Penn St.’s loss came about despite a quality game from Miles Sanders, who rushed for 162 yards and 1 touchdown.

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Meanwhile, Indiana suffered a grim 16-42 defeat to Iowa. This makes it the second defeat in a row for Indiana.

Everything went Penn St.’s way against Indiana the last time the two teams met as they made off with a 45-14 victory. The rematch might be a little tougher for Penn St. since the team won’t have home-field advantage. We’ll see if the change in venue makes a difference.

How To Watch

  • When: Saturday at 3:30 PM ET
  • Where: Memorial Stadium, Indiana
  • TV: ABC
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

This season, Indiana are 2-5-0 against the spread. As for Penn St., they are 4-2-0 against the spread

Penn St. have won all of the games they’ve played against Indiana in the last 4 years.

Washington vs Colorado

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The Pac-12 championship kicks off Week 14’s slate to finalize the playoff. Depending on the outcome Friday night, the conference could get a slot in the final four, or open things up elsewhere in the landscape.

Playing are Colorado and Washington, two teams that enter the game from different starting points. The Huskies lived up to all the offseason hype while the Buffaloes came out of nowhere to become one of college football’s best surprises.

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Colorado: The dream turnaround season can finish on a high note with a Pac-12 championship. If nothing else, it’s a good opportunity for fans to get to know a team that probably doesn’t get the same level of national attention as Washington and/or a red-hot USC — even if the game is on a Friday night. This isn’t just a nice story; Colorado has a legitimate team with a defense that rivals just about any in college football. The Buffs are tied for first nationally with Michigan and Ohio State in passing yards per attempt allowed. Defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt is a Broyles Award nominee for top assistant coach and he has a case to win it.

Washington: This is what Chris Petersen was hired to do. Washington had potential with all the talent former coach Steve Sarkisian recruited, but the results never matched. Petersen has built off of that, and with many of his own players, constructed one of the more complete teams in college football. This is a ferocious defensive group capable of getting pressure with just the front four and a punishing secondary. The offense is built for big plays because of the deep ball placement of quarterback Jake Browning to the likes of John Ross and Dante Pettis. This is a fun team with playoff hopes if it wins.

Sefo Liufau, QB, Colorado: This might seem too easy, but Liufau has rebounded nicely since being hampered by an ankle injury earlier in the year. His November was particularly strong with three consecutive games of at least 250 total yards and nine touchdowns (four passing, five rushing). Colorado struggled in the red zone in Week 13 against Utah, but Liufau tossed some beautiful dimes when he needed to. This is a guy who appears to be playing his best football at the right time.

Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington: It’s easy to get caught up in the Browning-Pettis-Ross trio, but Gaskin is the reliable, complementary piece in the ground game. An 1,100-yard rusher with 10 touchdowns, Gaskin has the production to match his explosiveness. With Colorado matching up so well statistically against Washington’s passing attack, Gaskin could play an important role early in establishing the run to open up plays through the air.

Washington’s front four vs. Colorado’s offensive line: What makes the Pac-12’s best defense so good is its ability to stuff plays at the line of scrimmage and get pressure with its defensive line. However, the Huskies are also missing two top linebackers — Azeem Victor and Joe Mathis — who were the top tacklers and pass rushers, respectively. Regarding the pass rush, can anyone up front pick up the slack from Mathis’ departure? The Huskies have eight sacks in their last two games, but the consistency hasn’t been there since Mathis’ injury.

Wake Forest vs Florida State

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After two weeks on the road, Florida St. is heading back home. Their bye week comes to an end as they meet up with Wake Forest at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. If the point spread is to be believed, Florida St. are looking at one of their easiest games of the year.

Florida St. had victory within their grasp but couldn’t quite capture it two weeks ago as the squad lost 27-28 to Miami (Fla.).

Meanwhile, Wake Forest came into their this week averaging 38.2 points per game, but Wake Forest fell well short of that average, and it cost them. They were completely outmatched, falling 3-63 to Clemson. Wake Forest were in a tough position by the half, with the score sitting at 0-28.

With the two teams each stumbling in off of a defeat, both will be hungry for the win. Wake Forest’s offensive line will need to gear up for a tough test against a Florida St. defensive front that amassed five sacks against Miami (Fla.), so we’ll see if they are up to the task.

How To Watch

  • When: Saturday at 3:30 PM ET
  • Where: Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida
  • TV: ESPN2
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

Florida St. have won all of the games they’ve played against Wake Forest in the last 4 years.

  • 2017 – Wake Forest Demon Deacons 19 vs. Florida State Seminoles 26
  • 2016 – Florida State Seminoles 17 vs. Wake Forest Demon Deacons 6
  • 2015 – Wake Forest Demon Deacons 16 vs. Florida State Seminoles 24

Clemson vs NC State

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The Tigers defeated Wake Forest 63-3 back in early October before their bye week. Now, Clemson will host the NC State Wolfpack in a game that will most likely decide the ACC Atlantic Division.

We all know the strategy for the Wolfpack heading into this one. They’re going to stack the box and try to make Trevor Lawrence beat them with his arm. They want to get pressure on him and create havoc in the backfield.

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Offensively, NC State will need to get a passing attack to score. They aren’t going to be able to run the ball on Clemson. But, stopping the pass still begins up front.

Ryan Finley will throw the ball up for grabs if he’s pressured. But, if he gets time to throw the ball, he’ll pick apart the defense. The defensive line needs to create pressure and take some of the load off of the secondary.

I think this is a bit higher-scoring game. You’ll see both team score some points with Clemson buckling down on defense in the second half and taking a commanding lead into the fourth quarter. I think the Pack score late to make things a little closer, but the Tigers come away with the win.

Wisconsin vs Illinois

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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) Wisconsin has relied all season on star freshman running back Jonathan Taylor to provide the winning edge.

When Taylor went down with an injury against Illinois on Saturday, the fifth-ranked Badgers showed how well they can play defense, forcing three turnovers to help key a 24-10 victory.

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Wisconsin had five sacks and three quarterback hurries against the Illini’s inexperienced quarterbacks. The pressure up front led to two interceptions, one by defensive back Joe Ferguson, and a fumble recovery.

”When someone does get a pick or fumble, everybody is juiced-up and excited for them,” Ferguson said. ”It makes everyone else want to make a play.”

On offense, Wisconsin did just enough to get by. Alec Ingold and Garrett Groshek scored on short runs in the first half, and offensive lineman Michael Deiter added another touchdown on a trick play late in the game.

Taylor entered the game averaging 158.6 yards rushing, but only had 73 before leaving the game in the second quarter. Head coach Paul Chryst said he does not know the extent of the injury.

”It was fun to see other guys have to step up,” Chryst said. ”We’ll find out more about JT at practice this week.”

Alex Hornibrook made enough throws to get the victory for Wisconsin (8-0, 5-0 Big Ten). None was better than on the trick play that freed Deiter for his first career touchdown.

Hornibrook dropped back on third-and-goal from the 4 and rushed right before throwing a backward pass to Deiter on the other side. The 328-pound Deiter caught it and hustled in for the score.

”I was super nervous,” Deiter said. ”I’ve never touched a football in a football game other than (at) center. I had the whole offensive line out in front of me. There was no way I wasn’t going to get in.”

Wisconsin gained 303 yards, well below its season average of 462.7 yards, but was able to overcome a sluggish performance for its 11th consecutive conference victory.

After starting with consecutive three-and-outs, Wisconsin came alive behind Taylor, who gained 52 yards to set up Ingold’s 1-yard plunge on his only carry of the game. That capped a 15-play, 92-yard drive that took just over eight minutes.

Without Taylor to contend with, the Illinois defense held its own, keeping the score at 17-3 until the fourth quarter. But the Illini offense never found a rhythm.

”It was an outstanding defense that we were going against,” Illini coach Lovie Smith said. ”We couldn’t establish the run. We had our moments with the passing game, but not enough consistency to win.”

Sophomore Jeff George Jr. and freshman Cam Thomas combined to go 9 of 31 for 152 yards. Thomas threw the interceptions, the second coming midway through the fourth quarter and ending any hopes of a comeback.

The Illini (2-6, 0-5) finally found the end zone on a 3-yard run by Kendrick Foster, but it came with less than a minute left in the game.

Wisconsin: The Badgers’ hopes for a Big Ten title remained intact despite losing Taylor. They didn’t look worthy of making the playoffs, though.

Illinois: The Illini have the worst scoring offense in the Big Ten and it showed. Smith’s dual-quarterback approach doesn’t seem to be the answer. In the past two games, George has thrown just one touchdown pass and Thomas has thrown three interceptions.

Wisconsin has not lost a game in Hornibrook’s last 14 starts. It’s the nation’s longest active win streak by a quarterback. The streak started last October with a 17-9 victory over Iowa.

Linebacker James Knight was ejected in the second quarter for targeting. After a 13-yard completion from Hornibrook to wide receiver Quintez Cephus, Knight dived in and tagged Cephus with a late hit to the head. Knight is the fourth Illini to be ejected for targeting this season. Bennett Williams, defensive back Stanley Green, and linebacker Tre Watson are the others.

After starting two consecutive games, Illinois RB Ra’Von Bonner did not suit up against Wisconsin due to a concussion. Bonner has 219 yards on 67 carries and leads the team with four rushing touchdowns this season.

Oklahoma vs TCU

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FORT WORTH, Texas – Oklahoma and TCU were the class of the Big 12 last season and met in the conference’s first title game since realignment in 2010, but both have some work to do over the next month in order to make it happen again in 2018. A pair of conference heavyweights coming off three-point losses hope to avoid falling further behind in the conference race Saturday when the 10th-ranked Sooners visit the Horned Frogs.

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Despite erasing a 21-point fourth-quarter deficit in less than six minutes, Oklahoma allowed Texas to drive 52 yards in nine plays and convert a 40-yard field goal with nine seconds left in a 48-45 setback on Oct. 6. “To get it back there in a tight game and have a great chance to win a football game says a lot about what we have in the locker room and says a lot about the culture that we have here at Oklahoma,” coach Lincoln Riley told reporters. TCU had its heart broken as well, allowing first-time starter Jett Duffey to score the go-ahead touchdown on a 38-yard quarterback draw midway through the fourth quarter in a 17-14 defeat on Oct. 11. TheHorned Frogs held the Red Raiders’ FBS-best offense 31 points and 238 yards below their season averages, but it wasn’t enough to avoid their first home loss in nine outings.

The Sooners are averaging 8.9 yards per play – a mark that would break the FBS record they set last year (8.3) – and are led by Kyler Murray, who has posted a league-best 227.8 passer rating (second in the country) and ranks sixth in the conference with 377 rushing yards. Marquise Brown is tied for the Big 12 lead with seven receiving touchdowns and ranks second in receiving yards (675) and yards per game (112.5) despite getting shut out Sept. 22 against Army. No defensive duo in the country averages more tackles per game than Oklahoma’s Curtis Bolton and Kenneth Murray; Bolton ranks third in FBS with a Big 12-high 12.5 and Murray is fourth in the nation with 12.3.

KaVontae Turpin moved into eighth place on the school’s all-time receptions list with 140 after posting six catches against Texas Tech; he needs eight more to move into sole possession of seventh place. Sophomore Jalen Reagor boasts a team-high 37 receptions (seventh in the conference) and topped 1,000 receiving yards for his career in his 20th game versus the Red Raiders – tied for the fourth-fastest Horned Frog to accomplish the feat in the Gary Patterson era (2000-present). Preseason Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Ben Banogu had two sacks as part of an eight-tackle effort against Texas Tech; his 4.5 sacks on the season are tied for the fourth most in the Big 12.

1. Five of the seven meetings since TCU joined the Big 12 have been decided by seven or fewer points. Oklahoma’s two victories last season (38-20 on Nov. 11 and 41-17 in the conference championship) are the two exceptions.

2. The Horned Frogs fell to 111-5 when allowing 17 points or fewer in 116 games under Patterson following the loss to Texas Tech.

3. The Sooners have won 17 consecutive true road games – the longest active streak in the country. Their last such loss came in a 38-33 decision at TCU in 2014.