Bowling Green vs Central Michigan

Bowling Green vs Central Michigan : The Bowling Green have their Week 11 NCAA game on Kelly/Shorts Stadium, Mount Pleasant, MI, and there are many ways for you to watch.

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== MATCH INFO ==
Event : NCAA College Football Game,WeeK 11
Team : Bowling Green vs Central Michigan
Date : Saturday, November 10
Time : 03:00 PM.ET
Live/Repeat:Live

Bowling Green vs Central Michigan Live

The NCAA game viewing options for each of these channels, complete with TV schedules and online streaming options for each. This entry also provides conference-specific options, for the most die-hard of fans looking for non-nationally aired games.

The first games of the season kicked off on Saturday, August 25 with more games picking back up on Thursday, August 30. The action continues through Labor Day weekend. College football fans should be excited for five consecutive days of games, which feature both conference matchups and major neutral-site clashes.

As Week 11 of the college football schedule arrives, we’re now to the point where only something truly unexpected will alter the playoff picture. While this sport’s history is littered with chaotic events, the proverbial apple cart appears reasonably stable for the primary candidates.

Bearing all that in mind, here are the top five games that at least have the potential to affect the College Football Playoff race.

As you can see, I’m not picking very many upsets this weekend. I think it’s going to be a week full of near misses. In particular, keep an eye on Bedlam. Oklahoma State can put up a ton of points and that should allow them to put a real scare into the Sooners. Lincoln Riley’s team is going to survive, but it will be a stressful encounter.

The same will be true for Georgia and Clemson. The Bulldogs will be tested by Auburn’s physical defense. They’ll need to play an excellent game if they intend to win comfortably. Clemson will face one of the biggest home games in Boston College’s history. That, combined with A.J. Dillon’s physical running will put a scare into the Tigers.

In last week’s picks post, I deemed Week 7 the week we would begin to learn about Georgia. Now comes the week we begin to learn about Michigan. The Wolverines have played like a top-five team since they left South Bend with a Week 1 loss, but Jim Harbaugh’s record against rivals has defined his simultaneously impressive and disappointing tenure. And here come the rivals.

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