The Thanksgiving weekend football festival is missing some of the dishes that have become mainstays.
The pandemic changed schedules and delayed seasons have taken off the table a number of rivalry games that have become a staple of the last weekend of November, including the Michigan-Ohio state and all of those state matchups from ACC and SEC schools like Clemson South Carolina.
The Apple Cup between Washington and Washington State is canceled. The same goes for the longstanding rivalry between Minnesota and Wisconsin for Paul Bunyan’s ax. It is the first time since 1906 that the Gophers and Badgers have stopped playing.
The three-day college football weekend is still pretty rife, with the Iron Bowl between No.. 22 Auburn and No.. 1 Alabama as the main event on Saturday and two games corresponding to ranked teams on Friday with an impact on playoffs and conference titles.
No.. 2 Notre Dame (CFP No.. 2) plays at No.. 25 North Carolina in a game that could destroy the Atlantic Coast Conference’s hopes of getting two teams into the College Football Playoffs.
In the Big 12, No.. 15 Iowa State is facing No.. 20 Texas. The Cyclones get a place in the conference title game with a win. A Longhorn win complicates matters and leaves all competitors with at least two league losses on the course and head-to-head tiebreakers across the field.
The soccer feeding frenzy might not have everything you want, but there is still plenty to choose from this weekend.
A couple of dire losses got the tar heels to make it to the ACC title game, but QB Sam Howell and his crew have a huge offense . . . NORTH CAROLINA 35-31.
The Cyclones are 3-17 against the Longhorns and will try to beat Texas for the first time in any consecutive season . . . IOWA STATE 27-23.
The Tigers are 4-2 in the last six meetings in which both teams are ranked, including last year. But the flood has not lost Iron Bowls in a row with Nick Saban as coach . . . ALABAMA 42-21.
Illinois allows quarterbacks to complete 71% of their passes. You’ve been better the past three weeks, but here comes Justin Fields . . . OHIO STATE 52-21.
Tigers have won eight out of nine since the Aggies joined the SEC but appear ripe for a repayment from A&M . . . TEXAS A&M 38-28.
Wildcats move from a 60-point shorthanded squad loss to Alabama to the nation’s hottest quarterback in Kyle Trask . . . FLORIDA 45-20.
Ducks won 11 out of 12 in the rivalry seeking a new name since the Civil War dumped . . . OREGON 31-21.
Since winning 537 yards in the opener against Maryand, the undefeated Wildcats have been kept under 300 yards in three of four games . . . NORTHWEST 23-14.
QB Taulia Tagovailoa and the Terrapins rolled ahead of a two-week COVID-19 hiatus . . . INDIANA 35-27.
What can Bulldogs QB J do after a rousing debut?. T. . Daniels for an encore against one of the SEC’s worst pass defenses? . . . GEORGIA 45-17.
Sooners has won all eight meetings since the mountaineers joined the Big 12 . . . OKLAHOMA 31-17.
Let’s listen to it for the Texas State Bobcats, their 12th birthday. Will be playing game of the season without postponement . . . COASTAL CAROLINA 42-21.
Trojans will try to make it 15-0 against the Buffs if they can overcome some COVID-19 issues . . . USC 34-26.
Red Raiders have won two games against the Cowboys . . . OKLAHOMA STATE 35-20.
Six of the last seven games were decided by seven or fewer points, with the Ragin ‘Cajuns winning four of those close games . . . LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 38-17.
Perhaps the MAC Game of the Year: Golden Flashes have accumulated 131 points in the last two games, and the Bulls have scored at least 42 points in each game with a 3-0 start . . . BUFFALO 45-41.
It’s been a ragged season for both teams, but the winner is still alive for a spot in the AAC championship game . . . MEMPHIS 35-18.
Winless Nittany Lions and the Wolverines won a huge win against Rutgers. Yes . . . PENN STATE 26-24.
Big game rivals have recorded four losses, two canceled games and no wins . . . STANFORD 24-21.
First Egg Bowl with Mike Leach as the Bulldogs trainer and Lane Kiffin as the rebel leader. Let the fun begin . . . OLE MISS 45-38.
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