2018 college football Week 4: Live thread streaming, TV info

Started by linchao, Oct 29, 2018, 06:53 am

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We're getting close to the meat of the college football season. Of the powerhouse conference matchups.Of the madness.Here's what we've got today as conference play gets going and things turn up:Trap games for #2 Georgia and #8 Notre Dame12:00pm ET, ESPN/ABCOn ESPN, it's #2 Georgia headed to take on Missouri. On paper, this one is a heavy tilt for Georgia as two-touchdown Los Angeles Rams Hoodie favorites. But Mizzou has offense. And NFL-worthy QB Drew Lock. And they've got the home crowd. He'll have to avoid letting Georgia CB Deandre Baker steal the show after coming in at #10 on ESPN's Mel Kiper's updated big board (insider sub required). FWIW, Lock came in at #16...Meanwhile, Notre Dame heads to Wake Forest on ABC in what should be a closer battle. Still, the Irish have a wealth of talent that far surpasses Wake. ILB Te'von Coney, CB Julian Love and DT Jerry Tillery all look very impressive. The problem is that Notre Dame is living by the skin of their teeth. They beat then-ranked #14 Michigan, unranked Ball St. and unranked Vanderbilt (who albeit are a solid Vandy side this year) all by less than double digits. In other words, they're winning one-possession games as the #8 team in the nation. Can they get by Wake this week playing things so tight to the line? Maybe. Can they survive the next three weeks that way against #7 Stanford, #12 Virginia Tech and an always disruptive Pitt? Hell no.#22 Texas A&M at #1 Alabama is an NFL talent preview3:30pm ET, CBSMight as well watch em on Saturday before we watch em on Sunday.Northern Illinois EDGE Sutton Smith gets a legit NFL platform against Florida St.3:30pm ET, ESPNUHaven't heard of Smith yet? Yeah Customized Los Angeles Rams Jerseys , nobody has. Mark him down. He's comin.And an opportunity against FSU (as bad as they are) with plenty of chances to come because of NIU's offense (as bad as they are) should be a big opportunity. If he shows out, expect him to be someone we re-visit later this season.#14 Mississippi St. at Kentucky is a great look for LBs for Rams fans7:00pm ET, ESPN2Imagine a world where Florida heads to Tennessee for a primetime matchups on ESPN, and we're talking about MSU-UK.Well, here we are.The Bulldogs have EDGE Montez Sweat with QB Nick Fitzgerald and DT Jeffery Simmons to offer while UK has LB Josh Allen. Either Sweat or Allen would fit as a first-round selection for the Rams as of right now. Oh, and MSU is a top-15 team while UK is still smarting from having beaten Florida after a 31-game losing streak.#7 Stanford at #20 Oregon puts the Pac-12 in primetime8:00pm ET, ABCStanford is stacked on offense, but Oregon has QB Justin Herbert who could be the first QB selected next spring. This one could be really fun with Stanford set to head out for Notre Dame next week while Oregon continues a rough Pac-12 gauntlet.Today should be an absolute blast.Here's your watch guide with full schedule, TV listing and stream options.Random Ramsdom 8/18: Gameday How much will starters play on Saturday? | Rams' official siteAs we all know, Los Angeles elected to rest its starters against Baltimore for the preseason opener. Much of that decision likely stemmed from the work the Rams' starters were able to get against the Ravens' starters during their two days of joint practices. From top to bottom, Rams have very few flaws | Sports Illustrated After just one day at training camp, it's easy to see that Sean McVay and the Rams--now featuring Brandin Cooks, Marcus Peters and Ndamukong Suh, among other newcomers--are going to be good.Photos from day 13 of training camp | Rams' official siteCheck out more photos from the Rams' last day at Training Camp in Irvine www.authenticslosangelesrams.com , Calif.Rams' backups get another chance to impress on Saturday | LA TimesFor the second game in a row, coach Sean McVay will keep nearly all starters sidelined to avoid injury. The decision to do so was made easier because the Rams play the Raiders again in a few weeks.5 things we learned from Rams' training camp | Rams WireTraining camp is officially behind them after three weeks of practice, but there's still plenty of work to be done. For now, let's reflect on what we learned from the Rams' time at UC Irvine with five key takeaways.2018 preseason all-NFC West team | CBS Sports This all-division roster used to be dominated by Seattle's defense, but there's been a changing of the guard. The Rams lead the way this time around. Mannion faces even more pressure in preseason Week 2 | Ramblin FanAfter a horrendous outing against the Baltimore Ravens, the Los Angeles Rams hope to see a better performance by Sean Mannion against the Oakland Raiders.Goff won't lose sleep over Ramsey comments | Ramblin FanLos Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff was part of the list of players Jalen Ramsey decided to criticize this week.Goff happy the Rams aren't going back to London this season | Rams WireIn each of the past two seasons, the Los Angeles Rams have paid London a visit for a "home" game. It's part of their agreement with the NFL surrounding their new stadium coming in 2020, forcing the Rams to play one international game each season until the Inglewood venue opens.Expect statement game from Kelly | LA Sports HubOne of the most interesting draft picks the Los Angeles Rams made in the 2018 NFL Draft was John Kelly, who will make a statement in his second preseason game3 Raiders to keep an eye on in preseason Week 2 | Rams WireWhile the Rams have plenty of their own issues to sort out, the Raiders present some fascinating story lines to watch. Here are three things Rams fans should keep an eye on during the game3 players to watch for the Raiders | Just Blog BabyThe Oakland Raiders will take on the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday afternoon, and here are three players to keep an eye on in preseason game No. 25 things to watch for the Raiders vs. Rams | Silver and Black PrideThe second preseason game for the Raiders is coming up. The Raiders head to Los Angeles to face the Rams for this one, where there will be a lot of storylines for a second preseason contest. Here's what to watch for

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