Night Slate CFB Games to keep an eye on:
#21 Tennesse at Kentucky, 7:00 PM Kickoff:
It is always nice to see the Kentucky Wildcats lose an athletic event, and the Tennesse Volunteers seem to always come through in doing that. Kentucky is on a 2 game skid and the Volunteers look to extend that to 3 as Kentucky looks for answers as team when they face their conference rival.
#3 Ohio State at Wisconsin, 7:00 PM Kickoff:
This game is getting a lot of national attention this week by the media, and I’m not 100% sure why. Wisconsin is 5-2, but with their best win being against Rutgers, I’m not sure the Badgers will be able to keep up with a really good Ohio State team.
#17 North Carolina at Georgia Tech, 8:00 PM Kickoff:
North Carolina fell to 1-5 Virginia last week and they need to find answers for themselves fast as they travel to Georgia Tech tonight. Georgia Tech semeneted itself as the weirdest team in the ACC in the last few weeks, as they lost to Bowling Green, beat Miami on a last second TD, and lost to Boston College by 15 at home last week. I have no idea what will happen in this game, and it is definitely the weirdest game of the week. Check this one out if you want to find out who will play the weirdest game of football.
Cincinnati at Oklahoma State, 8:00 PM Kickoff:
If you’re a Louisville fan you already know why this game is on this page. Scott Satterfield.
Satterfield is Louisville’s ex coach and if you wished him bad luck in September, it definitely came true. Cincinnati is 2-5 and cannot find any answers for anything regarding football. Oklahoma State is also not very good either, so it should be a low stake matchup for both teams.
If you want to see 3rd & 15 runs and a coach wear a visor that absolutely cannot pull off a visor, look no further than Cincinnati v Oklahoma State. Louisville fans should be joyous in being glad what you’re watching isn’t being played in L&N Stadium anymore.