Evening/Night Games [open thread]

Submitted by Mr. Yost on November 7th, 2015 at 7:05 PM
Navy
#13Memphis
7:00 PM ESPN2
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Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN
#7Michigan State
Nebraska
7:00 PM ESPN
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Memorial Stadium , Lincoln, NE
Auburn
#19Texas A&M
7:30 PM SECN
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Kyle Field, College Station, TX
#2LSU
#4Alabama
8:00 PM CBS Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, AL
Minnesota
#3Ohio State
8:00 PM ABC
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Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH
California
Oregon
10:30 PM ESPN2
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Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR
Arizona
USC
10:30 PM ESPN
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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA

 

Comments

LSAClassOf2000

November 7th, 2015 at 7:21 PM ^

Here's how they pair up Michigan State and Nebraska:

Offense Michigan St. Nebraska
Yards/Play 5.7 6
Points/Play 0.46 0.445
Rush Play % 54.56% 47.77%
Pass Play % 45.44% 52.23%
Completion % 57.31% 54.71%
3D Conv % 50.00% 43.08%
RZ Scoring % 82.35% 92.31%
Defense Michigan St. Nebraska
Opp Yards/Play 5.2 5.8
Opp Points/Play 0.325 0.382
Opp Completion % 60.55% 57.48%
Opp 3D Conv % 37.14% 34.53%
Opp RZ Scoring % 84.00% 80.00%

 

JayMo4

November 7th, 2015 at 7:45 PM ^

I think so.  They're one of the few teams with a good enough defense to at least contain Fournette, and I don't think LSU has the passing game to beat them.

Of course, if they have five turnovers like in the Miss game, all bets are off.

 

Honestly, I think LSU is a top 20ish team with one individual player that is so good he's good for a couple wins by himself.  They had some real lousy games earlier in the season against teams that were so bad that they won anyway (EMU, for example, was a one score game at halftime.)  They have been playing better these past couple weeks, FWIW.