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Oklahoma vs Army

Oklahoma vs Army Football : The Oklahoma have their Week 4 NCAA game on Friday at Memorial Stadium , Champaign, IL, against the Army, and there are many ways for you to watch. Oklahoma vs Army Live The college football game viewing options for each of these channels, complete with TV schedules and … Continue reading “Oklahoma vs Army”

Oklahoma vs Army Live

Time 3:30 PM EST

TV Network FS1

Location Memorial Stadium-Champaign

The Line: Oklahoma Fighting Illini +26.5

The Army Nittany Lions and Oklahoma Fighting Illini meet Friday in college football action at Memorial Stadium.

The Army Nittany Lions look for their second road victory of the season to start 4-0 for the third time in the last five years. The Army Nittany Lions have won seven of their last nine road games. Trace McSorley is completing 51.7 percent of his passes for 603 yards, five touchdowns and one interception. McSorley has two or more touchdown passes in eight of his last nine games. KJ Hamler and Brandon Polk have combined for 248 receiving yards and four touchdowns while DeAndre Thompkins has four receptions. The Army Nittany Lions ground game is averaging 237.6 yards per contest, and Miles Sanders leads the way with 295 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, Army is allowing 18 points and 324 yards per game. Jan Johnson leads the Army Nittany Lions with 18 tackles, Shareef Miller has three sacks and Amani Oruwariye has two interceptions.

The Oklahoma Fighting Illini look to remain unbeaten at home to keep pace in the Big Ten West. The Oklahoma Fighting Illini have lost five of their last seven home games. AJ Bush Jr. is completing 60 percent of his passes for 223 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions. Bush and M.J. Rivers II have combined for two touchdown passes and zero interceptions. Ricky Smalling and Sam Mays have combined for 212 receiving yards on 16 receptions while Mike Dudek has four receptions. The Oklahoma Fighting Illini ground game is averaging 243 yards per contest, and Mike Epstein leads the way with 251 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, Oklahoma is allowing 21 points and 480 yards per game. Jake Hansen leads the Oklahoma Fighting Illini with 26 tackles, Isaiah Gay has one sack and Del’Shawn Phillips has two interceptions.

BYU vs McNeese State

BYU vs McNeese State : The BYU have their Week 4 NCAA game on Friday at Memorial Stadium , Champaign, IL, against the McNeese State, and there are many ways for you to watch. BYU vs McNeese State Live The college football game viewing options for each of these channels, complete with TV schedules and … Continue reading “BYU vs McNeese State”

BYU vs McNeese State Live

Time 3:30 PM EST

TV Network FS1

Location Memorial Stadium-Champaign

The Line: BYU Fighting Illini +26.5

The McNeese State Nittany Lions and BYU Fighting Illini meet Friday in college football action at Memorial Stadium.

The McNeese State Nittany Lions look for their second road victory of the season to start 4-0 for the third time in the last five years. The McNeese State Nittany Lions have won seven of their last nine road games. Trace McSorley is completing 51.7 percent of his passes for 603 yards, five touchdowns and one interception. McSorley has two or more touchdown passes in eight of his last nine games. KJ Hamler and Brandon Polk have combined for 248 receiving yards and four touchdowns while DeAndre Thompkins has four receptions. The McNeese State Nittany Lions ground game is averaging 237.6 yards per contest, and Miles Sanders leads the way with 295 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, McNeese State is allowing 18 points and 324 yards per game. Jan Johnson leads the McNeese State Nittany Lions with 18 tackles, Shareef Miller has three sacks and Amani Oruwariye has two interceptions.

The BYU Fighting Illini look to remain unbeaten at home to keep pace in the Big Ten West. The BYU Fighting Illini have lost five of their last seven home games. AJ Bush Jr. is completing 60 percent of his passes for 223 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions. Bush and M.J. Rivers II have combined for two touchdown passes and zero interceptions. Ricky Smalling and Sam Mays have combined for 212 receiving yards on 16 receptions while Mike Dudek has four receptions. The BYU Fighting Illini ground game is averaging 243 yards per contest, and Mike Epstein leads the way with 251 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, BYU is allowing 21 points and 480 yards per game. Jake Hansen leads the BYU Fighting Illini with 26 tackles, Isaiah Gay has one sack and Del’Shawn Phillips has two interceptions.

TCU vs Texas

TCU vs Texas : The TCU have their Week 4 NCAA game on Friday at Memorial Stadium , Champaign, IL, against the Texas, and there are many ways for you to watch. TCU vs Texas Live The college football game viewing options for each of these channels, complete with TV schedules and … Continue reading “TCU vs Texas”

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The model knows TCU lost by 12 to No. 4 Ohio State last week. However, TCU led at halftime and extended its lead to eight in the third quarter before Ohio State went on a game-ending 27-7 run.

TCU impressed despite the loss. Running back Darius Anderson had 154 yards and two touchdowns, averaging a monstrous 12.8 yards per carry. TCU had seven tackles for loss — the same as Ohio State — six pass deflections and three hurries.

But just because TCU had a chance to put away a top-five team doesn’t mean the Horned Frogs will cover against Texas.

The Longhorns manhandled No. 22 USC, winning 37-14. QB Sam Ehlinger threw for 223 yards and two touchdowns and Texas had the last six scores of the game, including a blocked field goal return for a touchdown.

Tom Herman’s squad went 10 for 19 on third down and out-rushed USC, 160 to negative-5. The Longhorns trailed 14-3 at one point, but showed a strong finishing kick.

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Florida Intl vs Miami

Florida Intl vs Miami : Overall, Indiana should have a fine day against the FIU defense that is coming off a disappointing year and only return five starters. There is very little depth at CB and that is probably going to be a problem going up against the Hoosier receivers. We also have a significant worry about the Panther pass rush being an absolute non-factor.

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FIU opens up the season in The Cage with a game vs Big 10 upstart Indiana. Last season these teams played in Indiana and the Panthers were right in that game until well into the 2nd half. The Hoosiers ended up winning by a score of

It looks like Indiana is gonna do what Indiana does. Score points. They have a top-notch OL, a 1,000 yard RB (Devine Redding) and a loaded receiving unit. The big news is at QB where the school’s all-time leading passer Nate Sudfeld departs. MEGALOCKS INDIANA CAMP INSIDERS have advised us that Richard Lagow (6-6 240), he of the “laser rocket arm”, has gotten the majority of the snaps with the first team offense.

FIU offense vs Indiana defense

FIU is going to get things done as well. We think highly of QB Alex McGough and essentially the entire offense is back from last season. RB Alex Gardner does the job rushing and receiving, the receiving corps is solid and they get back stud TE Jonnu Smith (700 yards, 8 TD in 2014). It’s going to be a balanced attack and Indiana is going to have their hands full.

Indiana has given up well over 30 points per game for six consecutive seasons and hope that new DC Tom Allen (USF DC in 2015) can get them to improve. The Hoosiers will go with a new 4-2-5 scheme on defense and the good news is that the strength of their defense lies in the secondary where they have a ton of returning experience including excellent CB Rashard Fant. The DL looks to be a problem area with zero returning starters and a lack of proven talent.

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Summary

Both offenses look like they will be able to move the ball. The wildcards are the new Hoosier QB (he may be a loose cannon, he may be awesome) and the FIU game plan. If the Panthers play it smart they play ball-control and limit the Hoosiers’ possessions. That is the theory.

We see some perceived value in taking the points with FIU but just cannot trust that defense. They could play a very good game and still lose by double digits.

Virginia Tech vs Old Dominion

Virginia Tech vs Old Dominion : Old Dominion was defeated 28-25 on the road by Charlotte in a game last Thursday in a game that was moved up thanks to Hurricane Florence. The Hokies won the lone matchup between the schools where both were FBS programs, taking a 38-0 win at home on September 23, 2017.

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Virginia Tech had their previous game washed away by Hurricane Florence and has instead had two weeks to prepare for this contest. The Hokies were up 17-0 after the first quarter against William & Mary, extended their edge to 38-7 at the half and didn’t look back. Virginia Tech piled up a 586-286 advantage in total offense, picked up 32 first downs while allowing 12 and won the time of possession battle by a 30:46 to 29:14 margin. The Hokies forced two turnovers while committing only one turnover of their own.

The Hokies enter this contest tied for 60th in the FBS in passing offense with 244 yards per game through the air and tied for 41st in rushing offense with 208.5 yards per contest. Virginia Tech is 26th in scoring offense with 43 points per game and an impressive 10th in scoring defense as opposing teams average 10 points per contest. Josh Jackson has completed 28 of 42 passes for 424 yards with three touchdowns against no picks while adding three yards plus a score on the ground.

Old Dominion saw their game moved up because of Hurricane Florence but they couldn’t deliver a road win as they were dumped by Charlotte. The Monarchs now return home to face a ranked opponent, which is a tough challenge to say the least. Old Dominion led 18-13 early in the second half but couldn’t hold on as they gave up 15 unanswered points. The Monarchs punched in a score with under three minutes to play to make it a team-high game but drew no closer. Old Dominion was outgained 373-338, gave up 27 first downs while picking up 16 and was dominated in time of possession by a 38:17 to 21:43 margin.

Kansas State vs West Virginia

Kansas State vs West Virginia : In press conferences he shows that he is smart, mature, and can provide well thought out answers while not sounding like a media robot. I think Rosen is the best QB in this draft class and is certainly worth watching.

The College Football Playoff and the New Year’s Six are drawing ever closer as we now enter the post-Christmas slate of Bowl games. The last of three Bowl games on Boxing Day pits the UCLA Bruins against the Kansas State Wildcats in the Cactus Bowl. Who will come out on top in a year that has been or may be their head coaches last?
Kansas State Wildcats season recap

In what may be Bill Snyder’s final season as the Wildcats head coach they have reached their eighth straight bowl game under his guidance. However, it didn’t always look as though they’d be making it.

After two big victories to open the season against minnows, the Wildcats lost three of their next four games to slip to 3-4 with several tough games left on their schedule. With that said, though, the final of those three losses was against Oklahoma, and it was by just one score. The Wildcats gave them a serious run for their money.

From that game on, the Wildcats were much better. They would lose only one more game all season, a five-point loss to West Virginia, with wins over Oklahoma State and then Iowa State in the final regular season game.

Kansas State are riding high going into this game, looking to send Bill Snyder off into the sunset with his second consecutive Bowl victory.
UCLA Bruins season recap

It’s been a rough year in Pasadena. Through the first two weeks, the Bruins may have seemed as though they were once again on the up. A wild, 34-point comeback against the Texas A&M Aggies in the season opener followed by a huge win against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors left fans thinking Rosen was the unquestioned best player in college football.

However, from then on, the Bruins just couldn’t string together any wins or their form. They lost two straight games, against Memphis and then Stanford, and followed that with a win followed by a loss for most of the season. The only exception to that trend was when they lost two straight games to the Huskies and then the Utes.

The season really reached a new low, though, when following a 28-23 loss to USC, Jim Mora was fired. On his birthday, no less. However, in the season finale, the Bruins got their all-important sixth win against the Cal Golden Bears to send them bowling.
Keys to the game

Stop the run – The Bruins rush defense has been horrible, truly horrible. They have allowed an incredible 282.7 rushing yards per game, second most in the FBS. This has been potentially the biggest factor In their six losses. They can’t get off the field, stop big rushing plays, and they don’t give the offense enough time to score points.

Against a Kansas State team that can run the ball very well the Bruins must find a way to limit the ground game.

Run the ball – Again, this applies largely to UCLA. In addition to not being able to stop the opposition running the ball, the Bruins have seriously struggles running the ball. They manage just 117.1 rushing yards per game and have left Josh Rosen way too much to do on a weekly basis. However, this game they may not have Rosen due to injury. Can they pass the ball as well without him?

I doubt they can, so they need to find a way to move the ball, get first downs, and create big plays on the ground against the Wildcats.

Protect the QB – Kansas State will have a freshman QB, UCLA might play a freshman QB. For both of these players it is important they aren’t running for their life on every play or aren’t spooked that they’re about to be hit. Pressure will lead to turnovers and stalled drives with these inexperienced QBs, and that isn’t a situation either team wants.

Even if Rosen does play, he is coming off a concussion. UCLA and Rosen can’t afford to have him subject to big hits throughout the game.
Matchup to watch

Both offensive lines vs both defensive lines – This may seem like a given, but this is, quite frankly, by far the most important aspect of this game. I believe this game will be decided by these units as these teams matchup so poorly in these areas.

UCLA cannot run the ball or defend the run, while Kansas State run the ball very well and defend the run well too. In addition, the Wildcats need their defensive line to create pressure on the QB to give some relief to their shoddy secondary. This game will be decided in the trenches and whichever team can overpower the other here will win.
Draft prospect to watch – Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA

There is a ton of uncertainty regarding Josh Rosen and his availability for this game. On Saturday news broke that he was reportedly medically ruled out for this game due to a concussion he suffered against Cal on November 24. However, since then he has spoken about playing and that he hasn’t been ruled out. Thus, I can’t not make him the prospect to watch.

Whether he likes it or not, if he declares for the draft, he is a standout candidate for the Browns with Pick #1, and it isn’t hard to see why. Unlike the Josh Allen’s, Patrick Mahomes’, Baker Mayfield’s, or Sam Darnold’s of the world, Rosen is picture perfect as a passer. When you watch his film, he looks exactly like the stereotypical QB in every way.

His footwork is great, his throwing mechanics are textbook, his pocket movement is incredible, and his arm strength and accuracy is excellent. What’s more, he has put up great numbers with an inconsistent receiving corps, no help from a ground game, and while being hit a lot, his toughness is underrated.

The only real issues with Rosen is his off-field, character related issues. During his time at UCLA he has been knocked for being too big for the campus, responding poorly to his coaching, being immature, and being a bit of a loose cannon on social media. To me? This is all fairly insignificant. The issues he is having has not affected his play on the field or his success as a student.

Tulane vs Ohio State

Tulane vs Ohio State LIVE : As Tulane enters what is undoubtedly their toughest game of the season they may be without safety Larry Bryant. Bryant is currently listed as questionable for Saturday with an undisclosed injury. So far on the season he hasn’t played a huge role on defense, only accounting for four total tackles. Besides Bryant the Green Wave are not currently expected to be without any of their regulars in Columbus which is obviously a good thing. They’ll need all the help they can get.

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From Ohio State’s Perspective: Forgive me if I sound like Captain Obvious with any of what I say in this section but it’s difficult to outline a solid game strategy for a team who is expected to win by more than 35. On paper, the Buckeyes have this one in the bag. The biggest thing they must avoid is the cardinal sin of overlooking their opposition. If Ohio State prances in on Saturday feeling as though they already have this thing won then there could be trouble. However I don’t expect the freshly-returned Urban Meyer to allow that to happen.

Ohio State took a scare last week when superstar defensive end Nick Bosa exited their game against TCU with an abdominal injury. Bosa is overall one of the most valuable pieces on not only his team but in the nation so his absence will be felt. As of Tuesday, Bosa has been ruled out for this weekend. This is a crushing blow to the Buckeye D line who will now look to Chase Young to be the anchor.

On offense, the Buckeyes should lean on quarterback Dwayne Haskins to do what he has done so well and that’s… well, play quarterback. So far this season Haskins has thrown for 11 touchdowns and only one pick while piling up 890 yards. He almost has no choice but to produce those types of numbers with the supporting cast he has. Receivers K.J. Hill and Terry McLaurin have been electric on the outside for Haskins combining for 403 yards and four scores. They of course are just a few of Haskins’ options. Also making big plays for Ohio State has been Parris Campbell (152 yards and three touchdowns) along with teammate Austin Mack (173 yards on 12 catches).

It isn’t difficult to see why Ohio State’s offense is insanely productive and ranks second in the nation with 56.3 points per contest. All of the aforementioned players are a big reason why and the Buckeyes will most likely continue to spread the wealth to all of them as they have done thus far in 2018.

On the ground the Buckeyes have the talents of junior running back Mike Weber. He is currently averaging over six yards per touch and already has three touchdowns this season. Weber is joined by fellow back J.K. Dobbins, the skilled sophomore who has carried 45 times for 268 yards. OSU will undoubtedly blast the Tulane D with a heavy dose of this duo all game long.

I’ve already talked about Nick Bosa briefly but his importance to the Ohio State defensive unit can’t be overstated. Him not playing will be a big hit, even if it is “just Tulane”. Bosa spearheads a front seven that has eight sacks over their first three games. He is responsible for three of said sacks and five tackles for a loss.
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Ohio State DE Nick Bosa leaves last Saturday’s game with an abdominal injury. Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The good news for the Buckeyes though is that they still will have his counterpart Chase Young who is nearly as impactful. Young has two sacks this year and four total tackles with a defended pass.

Essentially, if Ohio State sticks to the script that has been predetermined by most, then they should romp all over the Wave with ease. Nobody has to do anything special on this team in order for them to find success against Tulane. They just have to be themselves and they’ll be fine. The second-team guys could easily be taking reps by the fourth quarter.

From Tulane’s Perspective: If you’re looking for a “ra ra”, believe-in-the-little-guy speech you’re going to want to look elsewhere. No, in this section I feel as though I must be brutally honest about the Wave’s chances… they don’t look good. However, they aren’t completely nonexistent either. Here’s what the Green Wave will be bringing into Columbus that gives them the ability to at least be somewhat competitive…

Jonathan Banks has shown flashes of his versatility at the quarterback position. He knows how to make a defense pay with his arm as well as his legs and when he finds the perfect balance between the two? Man it can be fun to watch. Banks has thrown for 651 yards and five scores but has also carried it 33 times. He will be Tulane’s biggest tool in keeping the Buckeye defense guessing. The RPO offense that the Green Wave runs can be frustrating for opposing defenders. Whether it will be this week I can’t say but if it is, you can bet that Banks will be the heart and soul of it. He’ll just have to avoid those fumbles we saw at UAB.

Clemson vs Georgia Tech

Clemson vs Georgia Tech LIVE : College Football action on Saturday afternoon and a pair of teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference will square off as the Clemson Tigers grapple with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

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The Clemson Tigers were in a tough sandwich spot this past weekend. They were coming off a game against Texas A&M and had this road game on deck, but they didn’t let it bother them as they crushed Georgia Southern by a score of 38-7. They are now 3-0 on the year and ranked 2nd in the nation. The Tigers have a strong offense, but they are still led by their defense.

Tech has played pretty good defense this year, but it is not easy to stop the Clemson offense. The Tigers are in the midst of a QB battle between Kelly Bryant and Trevor Lawrence, who is a freshman phenom. Lawrence had a nice game against the Eagles as he threw for 194 yards with a TD and an INT. He has five TDs and just one INT on the year. He may get the start in this game as Bryant is listed as day-to-day. Travis Etienne had a big game against Georgia Southern as he ran for 162 yards and two TDs in the win. This team has a lot of weapons.

Clemson comes in ranked 20th in the nation in total offense (517.0 ypg), 39th in passing (287.0 ypg), 32nd in rushing (230.0 ypg), and 41st in scoring at 38.0 ppg. On defense, they have been very good so far as they rank 16th in total yards allowed (296.0 ypg), 41st against the pass (178.7 ypg) and 34th vs the run (117.3 ypg), while allowing just 13.3 ppg, which is 15th in the nation.

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are off to a rough 1-2 start to their year. They started with an easy win over Alcorn State, but have taken losses to South Florida and Pittsburgh on the road the last two weeks. Now they have top try and regroup against a Clemson team that is ranked 2nd in the nation. Georgia Tech has not fared well in this series of late as they have been outscored by 17.3 ppg in the last three meetings and their vaunted ground attack has put up just 121.3 ypg in those last three meetings. The Jackets have the best rushing attack in the nation, but they have not played a defense like the one they will face in this one.

Tech is off a 24-19 loss to Pittsburgh and they did rush for 320 yards on 5.7 ypc in the game, but it just wasn’t enough. TaQuon Marshall was just 6/15 for 66 yards throwing the ball, but he also ran for 103 yards and two TDs. He leads the team in rushing with 293 yards and is clearly the one that the Tigers will have to stop in this game. In last year’s 24-10 loss to the Tigers, he was just 3/13 for 32 yards and ran for just 23 yards and a TD. Marshall will have to be far better than that in this game. The defense has played well in the early going, but it will be tested against a very sound Clemson offense.

The Yellow Jackets come in ranked 21st in the nation in total offense (510.3 ypg), 124th in passing (117.7 ypg), 1st in rushing (392.7 ypg, and 64th in scoring at 32.7 ppg. On defense, they check in at 25th in total yards allowed (302.3 ypg), 18th against the pass (156.0 ypg) and 65th vs the run (146.3 ypg), while allowing just 24.3 ppg, which is 71st in the nation.

Texas A&M vs Alabama Live

Texas A&M vs Alabama Live : Week 4 in college football will bring the SEC on CBS to Tuscaloosa for a huge SEC West matchup between No. 1 Alabama and Texas A&M. It will be the first time that Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher have met as SEC foes and only the second meeting ever between the two former co-workers (Fisher was Saban’s offensive coordinator at LSU), with Saban up 1-0 after Alabama’s 24-7 win against Florida State in last year’s season opener.

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Date: Saturday, Sept. 22 | Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium — Tuscaloosa, Alabama
TV: CBS | Live stream: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App
Storylines

Texas A&M: Can the Aggies bring that same energy on the road in Tuscaloosa? Texas A&M did a fantastic job of playing Clemson right down to the final moments in College Station, and now they face another playoff favorite just two weeks later with the increased difficulty of A) it being Alabama and B) no longer being in the friendly confines of Kyle Field with the 12th Man. One thing is for sure: Texas A&M will have to create explosive plays on offense to keep pace with the Tide and luckily from what we’ve seen, Kellen Mond is up to the task.

Alabama: This is the toughest opponent Alabama has faced all year, and it still remains a favorite of more than three touchdowns. Can the Tide avoid a letdown performance? It feels like the kind of game that might see Alabama spin its wheels for a quarter or two and ultimately win by 14 with Saban furious about all the errors. But what if the offense goes and puts up 50 again? The first three weeks have hinted that we’re dealing with offensive dominance that has no equal in the Saban era, but Texas A&M is one of a handful of opponents on the schedule with the horses to really put that group to the test.
Game prediction, picks

Alabama isn’t just covering the spread here in the early season, it’s obliterating the limits to which bookmakers feel comfortable setting these lines. The Tide are 3-0 against the number and not a single game has been a sweat, covering by 13 points, 13 points and 32.5 points (vs. Ole Miss). At under four touchdowns this might be a spot where the market, still awaiting that letdown game, hasn’t caught up to the Tua train. Pick: Alabama -26.5

Texas A&M vs Alabama

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The model knows Texas A&M has high expectations, including being right there with Alabama atop the SEC West for years to come after sealing coach Jimbo Fisher with a 10-year, $75-million contract.

The Aggies’ offense has been a force so far, as A&M (2-1) is averaging nearly 600 yards per game. Its two wins came against lesser competition (Northwestern State and Louisiana-Monroe), but it also nearly shocked Clemson, a missed two-point conversion in the final minute being the difference between OT and a possible win in a 28-26 defeat.

Kellen Mond proved the moment wasn’t too big for him. The sophomore QB went for 430 yards and three touchdowns against Clemson’s stingy defense. A&M’s run game has also been strong, led by Trayveon Williams, who tops the SEC in rushing with 399 yards.

But just because A&M’s offense is firing on all cylinders doesn’t mean it can stay within a 26-point spread on the road against Alabama.

Alabama (3-0) has been completely untested against decent competition this season. Its closest game was a 51-14 rout of Louisville. Last week, the Tide dismantled Ole Miss 62-7 in Oxford.

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