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NCAA Week 9
Clemson at Maryland
Clemson is coming off a humiliating loss against Florida State, but Maryland knows exactly what that feels like. The 10th-ranked Tigers aim to bounce back from their lopsided top-five showdown on Saturday when they visit the Terrapins in ACC action.
NC State at Florida State No. 2 Florida State is second in the initial BCS rankings and coming off a dominant victory at Clemson, but the Seminoles know they have a lot of work left to do if they want to play for the national championship.
Vanderbilt at Texas A&M
Uncertainty surrounds visiting Vanderbilt and No. 15 Texas A&M, and not because Saturday is the first meeting between the schools. Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin said quarterback Johnny Manziel, who injured his right shoulder in Saturday's loss to Auburn and was prevented from throwing during practice Monday, is listed as "hopeful."
South Carolina at Missouri
Missouri has made a surprising rise to the top of the SEC East but faces one of its biggest challenges yet when the seventh-ranked Tigers host No. 20 South Carolina on Saturday night. Missouri has knocked off division powers Georgia and Florida the past two weeks to establish itself as the front-runner to reach the SEC championship game and checked in at No. 5 in the first BCS standings.
Florida Atlantic at Auburn
No. 17 Auburn looks to keep itsmomentum from last week's big win at Texas A&M when it hostsnonconference foe Florida Atlantic Saturday. The Tigers defeated theAggies on the road, winning their third straight and puttingthemselves No. 11 in the first BCS rankings.
Baylor at Kansas
Baylor could easily look past what is expected to be another blowout victory when it travels to Kansas on Saturday, but quarterback Bryce Petty has other ideas. "It's just about a one game at a time kind of mentality,'' Petty said. "To us it doesn't matter where we play or who we play or when we play. It's always about Baylor."
Louisville at South Florida
With a chance at an unbeaten season gone, No. 16 Louisville looks to stay in the hunt for the American Athletic Conference title when it visits South Florida on Saturday. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater continues to put up big numbers for Louisville, but the Cardinals allowed scores on the final five drives in the 38-35 loss to Central Florida on Oct. 18.
NFL Week 10
Redskins at Broncos
Chinks were finally unveiled in the Broncos’ offensive armor by the Colts, who stuffed RB Knowshon Moreno, came at QB Peyton Manning in waves and were physical with his receivers downfield. However, it’s debatable if the Redskins have the personnel to copy the blueprint – especially on the road in high altitude.
49ers at Jaguars
The San Francisco 49ers look to carry their hot streak overseas when they take on the winless Jacksonville Jaguars at London's Wembley Stadium on Sunday. Since an ugly 20-point loss at home to Indianapolis on Sept. 22, the 49ers have won four straight by an average of 20.3 points.
Steelers at Raiders
The Pittsburgh Steelers are still picking up the pieces after an 0-4 start but appear to be headed in the right direction with wins in the last two contests. The Steelers will attempt to make it three straight when they visit the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
Browns at Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs look to remain the only undefeated team in the NFL when they host the slumping Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Kansas City maintained its unblemished record when it eked out a 17-16 home victory over the Houston Texans last week.