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Final projections for each bowl match, including the University Football Playoffs | Instant News


Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State each won their respective conference championships on Saturday, adding more drama to the University Football Playoff debates.

Which team will complete the top four? How will another bowl fight vibrate? ESPN’s Kyle Bonagura and Mark Schlabach are considering their final projections for the 2020 season.

College Football Playoffs

College Football Playoff National Championship brought to you by AT&T
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
January 11, ESPN

Bonagura: Alabama vs. Clemson
Schlabach: Alabama vs. Clemson

College Football Playoff semifinals at the Rose Bowl
AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas (moved)
January 1, ESPN

Bonagura: Ohio State vs. Clemson
Schlabach: Ohio State vs. Clemson

College Football Playoff semifinals at the Allstate Sugar Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans
January 1, ESPN

Bonagura: Alabama vs. Notre Dame
Schlabach: Alabama vs. Notre Dame


Schedule bowls

December 21st

Myrtle Beach Bowl
Set fight: North Texas vs. Appalachian State
Brooks Stadium (Conway, South Carolina)
2:30 pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

December 22nd

Idaho’s Famous Potato Bowl
Set fight: Nevada vs. Tulane
Albertsons Stadium (Boise, Idaho)
3:30 pm on ESPN and the ESPN App

Boca Raton bowl
Set fight: UCF vs. BYU
FAU Stadium (Boca Raton, Florida)
7pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

23 December

R + L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
Set fight: Louisiana Tech vs. South Georgia
Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans)
3:30 pm on ESPN and the ESPN App

Montgomery Bowl
Set fight: Memphis vs. FAU
Cramton Bowl (Montgomery, Alabama)
7pm on ESPN or ESPN2 and the ESPN App

December 24th

New Mexico Bowl
Set fight: Hawai’i vs. Houston
TBD (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
3:30 pm on ESPN and the ESPN App

December 25th

Camellia Bowl
Cramton Bowl (Montgomery, Alabama)
2:30 pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Ball State vs. Coastal Carolina
Schlabach: Ball State vs. Troy

December 26th

Union Home Mortgage Gasparilla Bowl
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida)
Afternoon on ABC and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Liberty vs. South Carolina
Schlabach: Carolina Coast vs. South Carolina

Cure Bowl

World Camping Stadium (Orlando, Florida)
Afternoon on ESPN and ESPN App

Bonagura: Marshall vs. Louisiana
Schlabach: Marshall vs. Louisiana

SERVPRO First Responder Bowl
Gerald J.Ford Stadium (Dallas)
3:30 pm on ABC and ESPN App

Bonagura: Boise State vs. UTSA
Schlabach: Boise State vs. UTSA

LendingTree Bowl
Set fight: Western Kentucky vs. State of Georgia
Ladd-Peebles Stadium (Mobile, Alabama)
3:30 pm on ESPN and the ESPN App

Radiance Technologies’ Bowl of Freedom
Independence Stadium (Shreveport, Louisiana)
7pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Army vs. Nebraska
Schlabach: Army vs. Nebraska

Guaranteed Price Bowls
Chase Field (Phoenix)
10:15 am on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Minnesota vs. Texas Tech
Schlabach: Texas Tech vs. Wisconsin

December 28th

Military Bowl Brought to you by Perspecta
Naval-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium (Annapolis, Maryland)
2:30 pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Troy vs. Navy
Schlabach: Liberty vs. Navy

December 29th

Cheez-It Bowl
World Camping Stadium (Orlando, Florida)
5:30 pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Miami vs. Oklahoma
Schlabach: Miami vs. Oklahoma

Valero Alamo bowl
Alamodome (San Antonio)
9pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Texas vs. Colorado
Schlabach: Texas vs. Colorado

December 30th

Mayo Duke bowl
Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte, North Carolina)
Afternoon on ESPN and ESPN App

Bonagura: Wake Forest vs. Wisconsin
Schlabach: Wake Forest vs. Minnesota

TransPerfect Music City Bowl
Nissan Stadium (Nashville, Tennessee)
3:30 pm on ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Iowa vs Kentucky
Schlabach: Iowa vs Kentucky

Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic
AT&T Stadium (Arlington, Texas)
7:15 pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M
Schlabach: Oklahoma vs. Florida

December 31st

Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl
Amon G. Carter Stadium (Fort Worth, Texas)
Afternoon on ESPN and ESPN App

Bonagura: Baylor vs. State of Mississippi
Schlabach: Arizona State vs. Mississippi State

AutoZone Liberty Bowl
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium (Memphis, Tennessee)
4pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: West Virginia vs. Tennessee
Schlabach: West Virginia vs. Tennessee

Arizona Bowl
Arizona Stadium (Tucson, Arizona)
4 pm on CBSSN

Bonagura: Buffalo vs. San Jose State
Schlabach: Buffalo vs. San Jose State

Texas Bowl
NRG Stadium (Houston)
8 nights on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: TCU vs. Arkansas
Schlabach: TCU vs. Arkansas

January 1st

TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl
Legion Square (Birmingham, Alabama)
Afternoon on ESPN2 and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Tulsa Vs. UAB
Schlabach: Tulsa Vs. UAB

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta)
12:30 pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Georgia vs. Cincinnati
Schlabach: Georgia vs. Cincinnati

Vrbo Orange Bowl
World Camping Stadium (Orlando, Florida)
13.00 on the ABC and ESPN App

Bonagura: Indiana vs. Auburn
Schlabach: Indiana vs. Auburn

January 2

TaxSlayer Gator bowl
TIAA Bank Field (Jacksonville, Florida)
Afternoon on ESPN and ESPN App

Bonagura: NC State vs. Ole Miss
Schlabach: NC State vs. Ole Miss

Outback Bowl
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida)
12:30 pm on ABC and ESPN App

Bonagura: Northwestern vs. Missouri
Schlabach: Northwestern vs. Missouri

PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
State Farm Stadium (Glendale, Arizona)
4pm on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Oregon vs. Iowa State
Schlabach: Oregon vs. Iowa State

Capital One Orange Bowl
Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, Florida)
8 nights on the ESPN and the ESPN App

Bonagura: Florida vs. North Carolina
Schlabach: Texas A&M vs. North Carolina

Bowl game canceled

Bowl matches that have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic:

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Miami Hurricanes: Brevin Jordan is active for the game vs Virginia Tech | Instant News


Miami junior tight end Brevin Jordan will be active in the afternoon Storm game against Virginia Tech, South Florida Sun SentinelDavid Furones reports.

Jordan missed three games for the Hurricanes – Pittsburgh, Virginia and NC State – after injuring his right shoulder in their 42-17 loss to Clemson on October 10.

Currently, Jordan is third on the team in receiving yards (243) yards, behind Mike Harley (497) and Mark Pope (333). He has recorded three goals for the season and is fourth in the team at the reception (18).

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Miami Hurricanes: Brevin Jordan is active for the game vs Virginia Tech | Instant News


Miami junior tight end Brevin Jordan will be active in the afternoon Storm game against Virginia Tech, South Florida Sun SentinelDavid Furones reports.

Jordan missed three games for the Hurricanes – Pittsburgh, Virginia and NC State – after injuring his right shoulder in their 42-17 loss to Clemson on October 10.

Currently, Jordan is third on the team in receiving yards (243) yards, behind Mike Harley (497) and Mark Pope (333). He has recorded three goals for the season and is fourth in the team at the reception (18).

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Largest Match at Notre Dame Stadium since 1980 | Instant News


That Clemson Tigers brings a 7-0 record and a No. Their 1st to Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday night in a top 5 showdown 6-0 Notre Dame Against Ireland. These two college football powers met only once inside Notre Dame Stadium, a Clemson 16-10 victory in 1979. The two teams have finished in the top 15 in two previous regular season meetings – both at Clemson – with Ireland’s 1977 win (Notre Dame 5, Clemson 15) on their way to the national championships, and the Tigers won in 2015 (Notre Dame 9, Clemson 11).

Notre Dame Stadium has been the location of some unforgettable matches over the years, from shocking disruptions to momentum-defining victories, but very little has brought with it the level of hype and boost that this year’s Ireland Against the Tigers encounter. Notre Dame last hosted the country’s top-ranking team in 2005 when USC came to town – further below – but had yet to welcome the No. Another 1 at Notre Dame Stadium. Here are some of the most anticipated matches at Notre Dame Stadium over the past 40 years.

1990: No. 1 Notre Dame 28, No. 4 Michigan 24

While Michigan and Notre Dame’s encounter to open the 1988 season is fondly remembered for the crowd capacity of 59,075 (pre-expansion) that disrupted play due to excessive crowd noise, their 1990 game was a top 5 thriller in its own right. The two teams certainly became very familiar with starting the season against each other, as Notre Dame saw Michigan for the first or second game of each season from 1985 to 1994.

In the 1990 edition, debut midfielder Rick Mirer Notre Dame climbed the board early thanks to a Michigan error and jumped to a 14-3 lead after the first quarter. Michigan scored the next 21 points over the next two quarters, leading 24-14 into the fourth. As tension escalated with top-ranked Notre Dame on the ropes, Mirer led the Irishman off the field and into the end zone on two of the next three drives. Michigan put up a late comeback attempt, but Reggie Brooks navigated the sideline to make a last-second interception and seal Notre Dame’s win.

1990: No. 6 Notre Dame 29, No. 2 Miami 20

If one top 10 home game in the 1990 season was enough to make the Notre Dame fan base a little anxious, having one more game a month later doesn’t help. After losing two of the last three games against the Hurricanes – with the win coming at the famous 1988 encounter – Irish opponent Lou Holtz looks to starboard in the South Beach vs South Bend battle.

Miami opened the scoring with a touchdown just three minutes into the game before the teams exchanged field goals. Rocket Ismail’s next kickoff at 94 yards to equalize to 10-10 after the first quarter. Notre Dame kicked four field goals between the second and third quarters to take a 22-17 lead, and after a Miami field goal one minute into the fourth cut Ireland’s lead in half, Mirer found Rodney Culver for a touchdown with six minutes remaining that put the game out of reach.

1996: No. 4 Ohio State 29, No. 5 Notre Dame 16

Notre Dame started the 1996 season with a seven-point win at Vanderbilt, followed by a 35-0 win over Purdue in their home opener and a 27-24 win over No. 6th Texas in Austin thanks to a last-second field goal. His second top-10 fight in recent weeks didn’t go well, as the State of Ohio was clearly in control and completely outperformed Notre Dame from start to finish.

After Notre Dame jumped early, the State of Ohio quickly capitalized on the momentum – thanks to the dominance of defender Pepe Pearson and offensive midfielder Orlando Pace – and missed 16 points to take a 22-7 lead. Notre Dame crawled closer to the field goal, and the two sides exchanged touchdowns before a defensive penalty cleared Notre Dame’s punt for a touchdown that would have cut the deficit to a touchdown. The State of Ohio saved the last few minutes to give Ireland their first defeat of the 1996 season and their first regular season defeat in 365 days.

2005: No.1 USC 34, No. 9 Notre Dame 31

Ask any Irish fan what game leaves the most haunting memories, and most will respond with Notre Dame’s 2005 defeat to USC, known to many as “Bush Push” Game. The loss was Ireland’s fourth straight against the Trojans and part of an eight straight win by Pete Carroll’s group, with both teams finishing in the top 10 in three meetings.

In the final game – providing the basis for the nickname of the game – Matt Leinart took a snap at the second-and-goal from the 1 yard line and bumped into the wall of Notre Dame’s defenders when he tried to slip for a touchdown. But Reggie Bush came in from the back and pushed Leinart forward to win a game – albeit controversial, even to this day – a touchdown. The match is Notre Dame’s most recent home game against the No. 1, which many Notre Dame fans want to progress with a win against Clemson on Saturday night.

1993: No.2 Notre Dame 31, No. 1 Florida State 24

Speaking of victories against the No. 1 team, Notre Dame’s last win was in 1993 against Florida State in one of the games dubbed “Game of the Century.” ESPN is holding its “College GameDay” event on the street for the first time before this fight, broadcast live from the Joyce Center on the Notre Dame campus.

Seminoles Bobby Bowden took a 9-0 streak to Notre Dame Stadium against Lou Holtz 9-0 Fighting Irish, who led 21-7 at halftime and led 31-17 in the fourth. Finally, Heisman Cup winning midfielder Charlie Ward steered his Florida State comeback effort, leading the Seminoles on a 49-yard scoring drive before the defense stopped Notre Dame’s subsequent possession. With less than a minute left and no time limit, Seminoles had the ball near midfield and Ward led them to the 14 yard line with three seconds remaining. His pass in the game’s final game was deflected in the end zone by Irish cornerback Shawn Wooden, and Notre Dame held on for a dramatic win, beating top-ranked Florida State.

1988: No. 4 Notre Dame 31, No. 1 Miami 30

One of the main games at Notre Dame Stadium in its long and storied history epic fight between Miami and Notre Dame Pitted against the independent college football – yes, Miami was independent at the time – the powerhouse program. With pregame war of words and close fights which is why the game is often referred to as “Catholic vs. Convict”, as well as the in-game intensity and constant shifting of momentum, this game has all the elements of big 5 marquee fighting.

Miami had seven turnovers in the game, including a first-half interception by Miami quarterback Steve Walsh to which Notre Dame defender Pat Terrell replied to score to give Ireland a 21-7 lead. But the Hurricanes came back and scored with less than a minute left in regulation to cut Ireland’s lead to 31-30 before an extra points effort. Head coach Jimmy Johnson threw all of his chips into the center of the table and went for a two-point conversion instead of opting to kick PAT that tied the game. Walsh sent a high pass into the corner of the end zone, but Terrell brushed off the pass and secured the win to keep Notre Dame’s hopes of winning the 11th national championship safe.

– Written by Juan Jose Rodriguez, who is part of the Athlon Contributor Network and a 2019 graduate of the University of Notre Dame. Rodriguez is an intern for Athlon during the summer of 2017 and worked for various media on campus, including as Editor in Chief Gramedia Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @ JuanJoseR02.

(Photo courtesy of Notre Dame Athletics)

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ACC set the schedule for 11 fall soccer matches, including Notre Dame | Instant News


That ACC the board of directors chose Wednesday to continue with 11 season football matches which begin the weekend of September 12 – and include an independent FBS Our woman play the full league schedule – but only if public health guidance allows.

All ACC and Notre Dame schools will play 10 conference games plus one match without the conference they choose, and Fighting Irish will be eligible for the ACC championship match. There will be no division for this season alone.

Non-conference games must be played in the home country of the ACC institution, and all non-conference opponents must meet the medical protocol requirements as agreed by ACC during the corona virus pandemic.

11 matches will be played for at least 13 weeks, with two weeks built-in. The ACC championship match will be played in Charlotte, North Carolina, on December 12 or December 19 and will feature the top two teams with the highest percentage of conference winners.

ACC scheduling rules will eliminate all three Chick-fil-A Kickoff matches scheduled to be played in Atlanta: The State of FloridaWest Virginia on September 5, VirginiaGeorgia on September 7 and North CarolinaBlonde on September 12th.

ACC shared the property of each team conference schedule on social media shortly after the announcement.

ACC will release a full schedule at a later date. While it is difficult to completely eliminate long-distance travel in a league that runs from Florida to New York to now Indiana, most new league schedules feature more regional games to limit that trip.

“Today’s decision was taken after months of careful planning by many people throughout the conference,” ACC commissioner John Swofford said in a statement. “The Council’s decision provides a way, if public health guidelines allow it, to move forward with competition. Our institution is committed to taking the steps necessary to facilitate returns in a safe and responsible manner. We recognize that we may need to be nimble and make adjustments in future. We will be ready if possible needs to appear. “

The board of directors, which consists of the president and chancellor of the ACC, met Wednesday to decide what to do about the autumn sports season with a coronavirus pandemic that showed no signs of slowing down. With the fall soccer practice starting next week and a previously announced schedule for making decisions at the end of July, the group presented several scheduling options.

Last week, the 10-plus-1 schedule emerged as the preferred model, with Notre Dame being counted as an ACC member for this season alone, allowing for more uniform scheduling and the ability to maintain one non-conference match on schedule. This is very important for four ACC schools with SEC rivals in the state. Removing Notre Dame as a non-conferencing team makes it easier to keep the non-conferencing game on schedule.

All 15 teams will be part of the bowl process, and Notre Dame will qualify for the ACC slot at the Orange Bowl if not selected as a College Football Playoff semifinalist. All television revenue for the 2020 season, including the Notre Dame home competition broadcast by NBC, will be shared equally by all 15 institutions.

Notre Dame already has six ACC league games for 2020 as part of its scheduling agreement with the conference, including Clemson. Ireland added the State of Florida, Boston College, Pittsburgh and North Carolina. Currently, Notre Dame has a non-conference match schedule Arkansas, Navy and West Michigan. Only Navy match on the road, and is scheduled for 5 September after being transferred from Ireland.

The new scheduling arrangement follows months of discussion about the best way to handle the autumn sports season. The league’s medical advisory group has set minimum standards for each campus to follow – including weekly testing for contact sports, standards for reporting positive tests and protocols for clearing and clearing competition areas.

“As we look forward to the fall, the safety of students, staff, and the overall campus community continues to be our top priority,” said Kent Syverud, chancellor Syracuse University and chairman of the ACC board of directors. “Today’s announcement outlines specific pathways for ACC sports to return to inter-collegiate athlete competition using a comprehensive protocol proposed by our ACC Medical Advisory Group. As a league, we understand the need to remain flexible and prepare to adjust as medical information develops together with local and state health guidelines. “

In addition to football, six other ACC autumn Olympic sports can begin on September 10. Team sports will play a conference schedule that meets the minimum number of NCAA matches: field hockey (6), women’s soccer (6), women’s soccer (6), men’s soccer (6) and volleyball (10). Any additional games can be played according to school policy. Any additional conference games played outside of the minimum limit will not be counted in the league standings.

Competition in swimming and diving, indoor track and field and fencing will be postponed until at least 10 September. Autumn competitions in male and female golf, male and female tennis, rowing, male, female lacrosse, softball and baseball have been canceled. Student-athletes in golf and tennis continue to qualify to compete without being tied.

League membership, and its medical advisory group, will continue to meet every week to share information and discuss medical issues related to the return of ACC to play. The ACC Board of Directors will make adjustments that need to be made in the future.

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