One last weekend of games that showcase some old rivalries and decide the playoff picture. Here are the ones you should be watching:
|Saturday, November 19th||Time(CST)||TV|
|Kennesaw State||@||Charleston Southern||10:45am||ESPN3|
|North Carolina A&T||@||North Carolina Central||1:00pm||ESPN3|
|The Citadel||@||North Carolina||2:30pm||ACCN|
|South Dakota State||@||Northern Iowa||4:00pm||ESPN3|
|Central Arkansas||@||Sam Houston State||6:00pm||ESPN3|
|Northern Colorado||@||Cal Poly||8:05pm||STREAM|
- Everyone is ready to hand the Big South to Charleston Southern, but Kennesaw State is standing in their way. A KSU win sends Liberty to the playoffs. The Buccaneers are in control of their own destiny.
- This game doesn’t carry a lot of significance for the Ivy League title, but it is one of the oldest and most significant rivalries in the history of college football. Tune in for a bit and enjoy the spectacle.
- Another game that doesn’t effect the playoff picture or league standings, but this historic rivalry is playing their 152nd game this weekend.
- The Battle for the Brice-Cowell Musket adds an extra twist this year with both Maine and New Hampshire sitting at 6-4 with a playoff bid on the line. New Hampshire is coming off a rough loss to Albany. Should be a great game.
- Albany picked up a big upset over New Hampshire last weekend after losing 4 out of their last 5. Stony Brook has lost 3 straight. Another potential CAA playoff bid on the line.
- Villanova is hurting after a rough loss this weekend and needs a win over their rival Delaware to feel confident about their playoff odds. “The Battle of the Blue” has been very one-sided with Villanova winning 9 of the last 10.
- The Brawl of the Wild was first played in 1897. Montana State hasn’t had much to cheer about this fall, but knocking the Grizzlies from the playoffs would be more than enough to leave them feeling warm and fuzzy this winter.