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    Since joining Missouri SEC in 2012, the Tigers and Alabama have only played three times, and they were not originally scheduled to play this season. The No. 2 Crimson Tide and Tigers will meet for the fourth time as SEC members on Saturday after the conference adopted the 10-game, conference-only schedule amid the COVID-19 epidemic. For Alabama, it will be an easier start than its initially scheduled opening game against the USC. But for Missouri and first-year coach Eli Trinkwitz, the match will be a serious starting point since the Tigers were first to open with Central Arkansas. Alabama have won all three of their meetings by at least 29 points since the duo became conference rivals, and the Crimson...
    New York City mayor delays in-person learning for most students This Grocery Chain Is Making a New Round of Price Cuts Colleen Wolfe, Steve Smith Discuss Changes for NFL GameDay Kickoff Thursday night brings audiences the first edition of NFL Network's Thursday Night Football in 2020. The Cincinnati Bengals, led by 2020 first overall pick Joe Burrow, take on former No. 1 pick Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns in a battle to get to .500. Coverage will be plentiful, kicking off at 3 p.m. ET when TNF First Look airs, hosted by Andrew Siciliano. © Provided by The Big Lead Colleen Wolfe. When 6 p.m. ET comes around, Colleen Wolfe, Steve Smith Jr., Michael Irvin, and Joe...
    For now, the 2020 NFL schedule features a complete slate of 17 weeks and 256 games. The league hopes to keep it that way despite the schedule-related challenges it will face as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cast a shadow of doubt over all live sports. Unless games on the 2020 NFL schedule get postponed or canceled, and barring a delayed start to the season, the opening weekend of regular-season games will begin Thursday, Sept. 10. And a complete 2020 NFL season played on schedule would mean an on-time Super Bowl 55 in Tampa Bay on Feb. 7. MORE: Everything to know about the NFL and COVID-19 in 2020 The NFL is banking on medical and scientific developments in...
    With nine Big 12 teams getting ready to play season openers this weekend, Commissioner Bob Bowlsby feels good about where the league is and confident that the best job is being done to ensure the safety of players, coaches and anyone else associated with the games. But the game that won’t be played provides a stark reminder of the uncertainty of trying to play a season amid COVID-19. A virus outbreak will keep TCU from getting on the field when the rest of the league is set to start the delayed season. “This is not a time when you can state with any sort of veracity that you’re going to play all of your games,” Bowlsby said Monday....
    Houston Baptist still had three games scheduled for its eighth football season when its FCS Southland Conference decided only a few weeks ago to not play league games this fall. Then came the expanded protocols and increased costly testing necessary to play upper-division schools during a pandemic. “You begin to think, ‘Is any of this worth it?’” HBU athletic director Steve Moniaci said. It is for the Huskies, who return senior standouts at all offensive skill positions after a school-record five wins last season. Playing allows the school to fulfill its contractual obligations for games against Texas Tech of the Big 12 and Conference USA teams North Texas and Louisiana Tech, while letting players who “obviously want to...
    The Big Ten isn’t playing and the fall is in flux, but the budding college football pregame show rivalry will be ratcheted up a notch. Fox Sports’ “Big Noon Kickoff” is expanding from one hour to two hours this season, The Post has learned. This will increase its competition with one of the all-time pregame shows, ESPN’s “College GameDay” — which runs from 9 a.m.-noon. While “College GameDay” will announce soon how or if it will be on campuses, “Big Noon Kickoff” with Urban Meyer, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Brady Quinn and Rob Stone will try to make further inroads. Last year, ESPN and Fox fought about how to interpret the ratings for the two programs. While ESPN was...
    Getty Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Odell Beckham Jr. may not be a member of the New York Giants anymore, but the current Cleveland Brown wide receiver and his work ethic is never questioned. Just asked ex-Giants running back, David Wilson. “When I was there, I just noticed his focus,” Wilson told me on the Scoop B Radio Podcast. “And I noticed when I was on the field with him catching kickoff returns.” Drafted 12th overall in the 2014 NFL Draft by the New York Football Giants, Beckham Jr. made the most of his time in the Big Apple. In five NFL seasons. He was a three-time Pro Bowler and the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year. Last...
    The 2022 World Cup will have four games every day in a 12-day group stage and matches later in the tournament that go into extra time will extend past midnight in Qatar. FIFA released the schedule for the first World Cup to be played in November and December on Wednesday, with kickoff times at 1 p.m. (1000 GMT), 4 p.m. (1300 GMT), 7 p.m. (1600 GMT) and 10 p.m. (1900 GMT). “Once the pairings are known, the possibility will be discussed of providing a more beneficial kickoff time for audiences at home, or indeed for fans in Qatar with regard to the stadium allocation,” FIFA said in a statement. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Host Qatar will...
    Lifetime/YouTube "Married at First Sight" airs Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. on Lifetime. The Married at First Sight Matchmaking Special airs Wednesday, July 8 at 8 p.m. ET on Lifetime, followed by the Season 11 Kickoff Special at 9 p.m. ET. The Matchmaking event features the show’s experts – Dr. Viviana Coles, Dr. Pepper Schwartz and Pastor Cal Roberson – as they match the five couples featured on Season 11. Meanwhile, the Kickoff special follows host Kevin Frazier and a group of panelists as they discuss all things MAFS and interview former, fan-favorite couples about the upcoming season. Keep reading for details on Wednesday’s big event.The Matchmaking Special Follows the Trio of Experts as They Match the New Season 11 Couples...
    HOUSTON (AP) — The Texas Kickoff game between Mississippi and Baylor is moving back a day. Game officials announced Monday it will be played on Sunday, Sept. 6 at Houston’s NRG Stadium instead of that Saturday. It’s scheduled to be part of ESPN’s Labor Day weekend opening schedule. Both teams are led by new coaches, the Rebels’ Lane Kiffin and the Bears’ Dave Aranda. It’s the fifth edition of the Texas Kickoff on the holiday weekend. Kickoff time and network designation for the matchup haven’t been announced. It will be the second time in the last three years Ole Miss has opened the season in the kickoff game. It will be Baylor’s first appearance. ___ More AP college football: https://apnews.com/APTop25CollegeFootballPoll...