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2021 cbhsports College World Series Predictions

Yep, my hogs were eliminated in devastating fashion. But, that is not going to keep me from making my 2021 College World Series predictions.

June 19
NC State over 9.Stanford
4.Vanderbilt over 5.Arizona

June 20
3.Tennessee over Virginia
2.Texas over 7.Mississippi State

June 21
5.Arizona over 9.Stanford
4.Vanderbilt over NC State

June 22
Virginia over 7.Mississippi State
3.Tennessee over 2.Texas



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Yet another update, Summer Schedule

Image citation: University of Arkansas Athletics. Arkansas Getting at Least Seven Seniors Back, Should Help Tremendously in 2021. NWA Homepage, 30 Dec. 2020, http://www.nwahomepage.com/sports/pig-trail-nation/arkansas-getting-at-least-seven-seniors-back-should-help-tremendously-in-2021/. Accessed 14 Feb. 2021.

Here are changes I am making to the blog:

Things staying the same:

National college football and college basketball posts and previews

Arkansas posts every so often

The same thing I did with 2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Previews. Preview all fourteen SEC teams as well as having y’all fans pick sixteen other Power 5 schools for me to preview.

Things changing:

No Arkansas and SEC posts every week. I did not even make it a month and a half posting just Arkansas and SEC content.

Similar to my 2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Previews, I will do 2022-2023 cbhsports College Basketball Conference Previews, instead of doing a preview for every college basketball team, it will make it simpler and easier.

I will begin doing regular NBA and NFL posts again. Previews and regular news posts. Nothing more than that.

And anything I really want to write. There’s no telling what’s going to happen in our lives. So, don’t be surprised if I jump ship yet again on my word for the blog posts I do. So, enjoy all of my blog posts for the rest of the summer and the upcoming school year. An official post schedule will be coming out in August.

Here is everything I plan on posting this summer (All posts to come out at 2 PM CT unless otherwise notified):

April 5-June 11
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Previews (All will likely be updated and finished by the middle of June; all SEC previews are already live but just have to be updated, non-SEC previews still have to be published). Do not worry I will have the cbhsports 2021-2022 SEC Football up on August 21 and the 2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview up a week later on August 28, those will be listed on my cbhsports post schedule 2021-2022.

May 28-
Various College Football, College Basketball, College Baseball, NBA, and NFL News Posts

June 24
2021-2022 cbhsports AFC East Preview

July 1
2021-2022 cbhsports NFC East Preview

July 7
2021 cbhsports NBA Finals Preview

July 8
2021-2022 cbhsports AFC North Preview

July 15
2021-2022 cbhsports NFC North Preview

July 22
2021-2022 cbhsports AFC South Preview

July 29
2021-2022 cbhsports NFC South Preview

August 2-31
2021 NBA Free Agency Posts

August 5
2021-2022 cbhsports AFC West Preview

August 12
2021-2022 cbhsports NFC West Preview

August 14
2021-2022 cbhsports NFL Preview

NFL Previews: From Thursday June 24th to Thursday August 12 I will do divisional previews for each NFL division. Then on Saturday August 14, I will put it all together in a post.

I will make a separate post for my tentative schedule for the school year on August 15.


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2021 cbhsports Fayetteville Super Regional Preview

Fayetteville Super Regional (Fayetteville,AR)
1.Arkansas
NC State

Schedule:
Game 1: June 11, 5 PM CT, ESPNU
Game 2: June 12, 2 PM CT, ESPN2
Game 3 (If necessary): June 13 CT, 5 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU

Breakdown:

Carter’s Pick: Arkansas in 3

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CFP committee gives green light to potential 12-team field

The College Football Playoff management committee will consider expanding the current four-team field to a 12-team format when it meets in Chicago next week. The proposal does not include guarantees for conference champions. Instead, it calls for the bracket to include the six highest-ranked conference champions, plus the six highest-ranked other teams as determined by the CFP’s selection committee. There would be no limit on the number of participants from a conference, and no league would qualify automatically. Funny enough, with the way that the Pac-12 has been pushing for expansion of the CFP to get their first team in since 2016, there would not have a team that would have qualified under those parameters in 2020. Instead AAC conference champion Cincinnati and Sun Belt conference champion Coastal Carolina would’ve gotten bids over Oregon, the Pac-12 conference champion. “This proposal at its heart was created to provide more participation, for more players and more schools. “In a nutshell, that is the working group’s message” CFP executive director Bill Hancock said. The proposal written by a subcommittee made up of SEC commissioner Greg Sankey, Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick, and Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson was presented to the entire group group of FBS Commissioners Thursday morning. The 10 FBS commissioners and Swarbrick must agree on a format when they meet next Thursday and Friday to discuss the topic in person for the first time since before the coronavirus pandemic. While the four members of the working group spent the past two years researching the possibilities to ultimately conclude that 12 teams provide the best opportunity, it’s still possible the seven other members of their group might support another format or take issue with the recommendation. Many are confident that they will agree on a consensus and will be able to meet in Dallas the following week.

What the field will look like:
Four highest-ranked conference champions would be seeded 1-4 and receive a first-round bye
Teams 5-12 would play each other in the first round would play each other in the first round on the home-field of the higher ranked team.
The quarterfinals and semifinals would be played in bowl games and the national championship game would remain at a neutral site.
The first-round games would take place on campus sometime during the two-week period following conference champion games. The quarterfinals would be played on January 1 or January 2 when New Year’s Day falls on a Sunday and on an adjacent day.
Notre Dame or any other independent team if ranked number one in the country cannot be seeded higher than no. 5. The selection committee’s top 25 is different from the seeding because the top four seeds go to the highest-ranked conference champions.
This model allows for the possibility of teams competing in 17 games, but Swarbrick said it’s “highly unlikely” but its not “impossible”. He pointed out that in order for that to happen, a team seeded No. 5-12 would have to play in a conference championship game, qualify for a first-round game and then run the table.


What’s coming:
If the group agrees on a model in Chicago , it will present the plan to the 11 presidents and chancellors who comprise the CFP’s board of managers at a meeting in Dallas on June 22.

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2021 cbhsports Super Regional Predictions

Like I said last week, I do not know as much about college baseball as football or basketball so I will just state everything you need to know about each super regional and my prediction for it.

(All times Eastern Time Zone)

Fayetteville Super Regional (Fayetteville,AR)
1.Arkansas
NC State

Carter’s Pick: Arkansas in 3

Game 1: June 11, 6 PM, ESPNU
Game 2: June 12, 3 PM, ESPN2
Game 3 (If necessary): June 13, 6 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU

Lubbock Super Regional (Lubbock,TX)
8.Texas Tech
9.Stanford

Game 1: June 11, 3 PM, ESPNU
Game 2: June 12, 3 PM, ESPNU
Game 3 (If necessary): June 13, 3 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU

Carter’s Pick: Texas Tech in 3

Nashville Super Regional (Nashville,TN)
4.Vanderbilt
13.East Carolina

Game 1: June 11, 12 PM, ESPN2
Game 2: June 12, 12 PM, ESPN2
Game 3 (If necessary): June 13, 3 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU

Carter’s Pick: Vanderbilt in 3

Tucson Super Regional (Tucson,AZ)
5.Arizona
12.Ole Miss

Game 1: June 11, 9 PM, ESPN2
Game 2: June 12, 10 PM, ESPNU
Game 3 (If necessary): June 13, 9 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU

Carter’s Pick: Ole Miss in 3

Knoxville Super Regional (Knoxville,TN)
3.Tennessee
LSU

Game 1: June 12, 7 PM, ESPN2
Game 2: June 13, 12 or 3 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU
Game 3 (If necessary): June 14, 4 PM or 7 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU

Carter’s Pick: Tennessee in 3

Columbia Super Regional (Columbia,SC)
Virginia
Dallas Baptist

Game 1: June 12, 12 PM, ESPNU
Game 2: June 13, 3 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU
Game 3 (If necessary): June 14, 1 PM, ESPNU

Carter’s Pick: Dallas Baptist in 3

Starkville Super Regional (Starkville,MS)
7.Mississippi State
10.Notre Dame

Game 1: June 12, 6 PM, ESPNU
Game 2: June 13, 3 PM, ESPN 2
Game 3 (If necessary): June 14, 6 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU

Carter’s Pick: Notre Dame in 3

Austin Super Regional (Austin,TX)
2.Texas
South Florida

Game 1: June 12, 9 PM, ESPNU
Game 2: June 13, 9 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU
Game 3 (If necessary): June 14, 4 PM or 7 PM, ESPN2 or ESPNU

Carter’s Pick: Texas in 2

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CFP’s potential 12-team model: Everything you need to know

Per ESPN’s Heather Dinich, “next week commissioners will meet in Chicago next Thursday and Friday to have the most important and significant discussions about the college football postseason since it went from two to four (teams)”. Dinich went onto explain that the 12-team model, “which has been floating around for a month now” could be seen as the right way to move forward or it might not be. Commissioners including the SEC’s Greg Sanky and the Big 12’s Bob Bowlsby among many others, are set to look at different twelve team models. If there is a consensus, a model they agree on, the following Tuesday in Dallas, the commissioners will present it to the CFP Selection Committee, the eleven university presidents and chancellors with the power to change the playoff. If the eleven presidents approve “they will be given the green light” to figure out how to do this. Dinich confirmed that the first time the 12-team playoff could be seen as a reality is as early as September.

What a 12-team format could look like, “fix” in college football:
According to an article on SI, a likely twelve-team format would include automatic bids to every Power 5 conference champion and the best Group of 5 conference champion plus six other at-large bids. The Group of Five has not been included in any CFP since its inception in 2015, but with a twelve team model that could change the Group of Five’s grudge versus the CFP.

As I get more information, I will keep updating readers on CFP expansion.

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Razorbacks are super regional bound

After four innings in game seven, the regional final of the Fayetteville Regional, Nebraska starter (and ace of their staff) Caleb Povich walked off the mound having retired 12 of the first 14 batters he faced, just one hit and one walk, and a two run lead, you would have thought Nebraska cruises to a victory. Plus, Arkansas freshman starter Jaxon Wiggins only made it two innings but was replaced by the best pitcher in college baseball, Kevin Kopps. Many hog fans probably did not worry but he had never gone six innings, especially when Wiggins left him with two men on and no one out in the third. Though, the best pitcher in baseball showed why he was in this outing. But, in the top of the fifth, Arkansas catcher Casey Opitz finally got the bats going for the hogs with just his second home run of the season, a solo shot that made the score 2-1. It was his first home run since game two of the opening SEC series versus Alabama on March 20. Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn explained that “We’ve seen Casey hit a bunch of balls out of here but I haven’t seen him go down and hit a line drive right handed that hard” about his star catcher. The swing energized not only the Razorback dugout but everyone at Baum-Walker Stadium too. An inning later, Robert Moore, the man many Razorback fans call “Big Hit Bob” launched a 2-1 pitch from reliever Cam Wynne to beyond right field to make it a whole new ball game. It was his fourteenth home run of the year. Offenses became quiet for an inning and a half before star center fielder Christian Franklin at bat in the bottom of the eighth, with a 2-2 count. Nebraska reliever Koty Frank got a quick two outs to open the eighth, so it looked like the game was going to go to the ninth inning tied. But, Franklin fouled off pitches and worked a walk to put the go-ahead baserunner on board. Before you knew it Razorback fans had beer hats on because the bases were loaded after back to back walks following Franklin’s. Replacing Cullen Smith, who went 0-3 batting on Monday, pinch hitter Charlie Welch came to potentially give the hogs their first lead of the game. Welch pinch hit to give Arkansas the outright SEC regular season title with a walk-off hit that looked like Welch would have made it to third base against Florida. Yet another pitcher was in the game for the Cornhuskers, Andrew Bunz, who threw a wild pitch that went behind home plate. That brought the speedy Franklin home. And on the very next pitch, Charlie Welch sent Baum-Walker stadium into a frenzy. Welch hit a no-doubter three run home run. Kevin Kopps only allowed one to reach in the top of the ninth, with two strikeouts in the half inning plus the final out being a popup to his star center fielder Christian Franklin. Arkansas moves on to the Super Regionals to face NC State, the winner of the Ruston Regional, in Fayetteville. My 2021 Super Regional Predictions and 2021 Fayetteville Super Regional Preview will both come out in the coming days.

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The recruitment of Arch Manning won’t just include Ole Miss and Tennessee

The newest Manning has come to the forefront of high school football. It is Arch Manning, the son of Cooper Manning, and the nephew of NFL greats Peyton and Eli Manning. You might think Manning’s recruitment will just include the likes of Ole Miss (where his father, uncle, and grandfather attended) and Tennessee (where his other uncle attended). But, today, I am here to tell you different.

Per 247Sports, Arch ranks as:
3.Arch Manning (#1QB) New Orleans,LA (Isidore Newman) Undecided in the rising junior 2023 class.

Visits he has/will take in June:

Clemson (June 4-6)
It is a perfect fit for Arch Manning. NFL quarterbacks have come through Clemson and have moved on to the pros almost flawlessly (Deshaun Watson, Trevor Lawrence). Clemson may be viewed as an outsider especially because of their lack of tradition compared to other schools on Manning’s recruiting board but the way that head coach Dabo Swinney recruits at other positions as well should be an indicator that Clemson is a team that can land the young Manning.

SMU (June 11-13)
SMU may be even less than a traditional football power than Clemson, but Arch Manning wants to keep all of his options open and this proves it. That being said, Manning will likely not end up in Dallas. Good luck, Mustangs.

Texas (June 18-20)
Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian has been tasked with turning the Texas football program back into a powerhouse. Landing Arch Manning in 2023 would be a major statement. Having Manning would be a huge advantage, meaning it would take him away from quarterback whisperer and Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley, but the Longhorns have their work cut out for them.

Georgia (June 25-27)
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart has had a ton of success on the recruiting trail during his time at Georgia. It started out and is continuing to be the defensive players he lands to be his meal ticket. But, in the past few classes Smart has landed former five-star and USC transfer JT Daniels, former five-star Carson Beck, and former five-star Brock Vandagriff. But, landing Manning would be more than huge, especially considering beating out legacy programs Ole Miss and Tennessee not to mention SEC powerhouses Alabama, (hometown) LSU and many other big programs.

Manning, having already looked at LSU and Ole Miss, is looking to visit Alabama, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Stanford, USC, and Virginia soon.


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2021 cbhsports Fayetteville Regional Preview

As a hog fan, it is my duty to go game by game to predict my number one overall seed Arkansas’s regional this weekend. Here we go:

Fayetteville Regional

Friday, June 4:
Game 1: No. 1 Arkansas (46-10) vs. NJIT (26-22), 3 p.m. ESPN3
NJIT is by far the worst team in the tournament to be frank. And there is no way in heck that they are going to beat a team that has won every SEC series this season as well as the SEC Tournament on Sunday.
Game 2: Northeastern (36-10) vs. Nebraska (31-12), 8 p.m., ESPN3
The Big Ten Champions head into Fayetteville against the winner of the CAA, Northeastern. This will be the close game of the two openers but expect the bats of Nebraska to get things going against the Northeastern ace fairly early. Nebraska wins a close game.

Saturday, June 5:
Game 3: 1.Arkansas vs. Nebraska
Arkansas Head Coach Dave Van Horn’s old school heads into face his current top ranked Razorbacks in a potential winner’s bracket regional semifinal. Nebraska will definitely pose challenges for the hogs not seen by NJIT but the top seeded team in the country should be okay in this one.
Game 4: NJIT vs. Northeastern
Northeastern should have a much easier time versus NJIT then Arkansas. Northeastern easily wins, knocks NJIT out of the field.

Sunday, June 6:
Game 5: Northeastern vs. Nebraska
In a rematch from June 4, Nebraska wins a one-run game to get a rematch with Arkansas.
Game 6: 1.Arkansas vs. Nebraska
You are not going to win every game against the same team every time. Nebraska sends the Fayetteville Regional to a seventh and deciding game.

Monday, June 7 (if necessary):
Game 7: 1.Arkansas vs. Nebraska
Arkansas survives a scare from Nebraska and heads to the Supers.

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2021 cbhsports NCAA College Baseball Tournament Predictions

As a fair-weather college baseball fan that just became invested in my hogs within the past three years, I am just going to be making picks on who I think will get out of each regional, super regional, College World Series game, and the winners of the CWS Finals.

If you are a little out of line on how the NCAA Baseball Tournament works here it goes:

1.The first round is called regional play. It includes 16 four team regionals (Top seeds are seeded 1-16). The top seed in each regional hosts. This year due to the ongoing pandemic, a few weeks ago, 20 host sites were selected based off of the current landscape of college baseball to best control COVID-19 regulations. The committee was pretty great about choosing regional locations a few weeks early because the only regional not hosted by the actual team from that location is the Columbia Regional hosted by Old Dominion, the number 11 seed. The two seed matches up with the three seed and the one seed in each region matches up with the four seed. The winners of each of those games plays each other in the winners bracket and losers play each other in the losers bracket in a double-elimination style bracket. The winner of the winner’s bracket game moves on to the regional final while the loser plays a win or go home game versus the team that won in the loser’s bracket. Of course the team that loses in the loser’s bracket goes home. The winner of the game between the winner in the loser’s bracket and the loser in the winner’s bracket determines who will face the team that has not lost in the regional final. The loser’s bracket team has to beat the winner’s bracket team to force a seventh and deciding game in the regional. But if the winner’s bracket team wins the sixth game, then they go to the Super Regionals, the second round of the tournament.

2.In the Supers (Super Regionals) it is much more simple. The higher seeded team hosts the super regional of the two competing. It is a best two out of three series to determine who goes to Omaha for the College World Series, comprised of the eight remaining teams.

3.The College World Series is made up of two four team brackets similar to the way regional play is played. The two winners face each other in the winner’s bracket and the two losers face each other in the loser’s bracket. When a team loses two games, they are out in the double-elimination setting. The two teams that make it through the winner’s bracket face off in the College World Series Finals.

4.The College World Series is a best two out of three event.

Regionals (June 4-7):

Fayetteville Regional (Fayetteville,AR)
1.Arkansas
NJIT

Nebraska
Northeastern

Carter’s Pick: Arkansas

Ruston Regional (Ruston,LA)
16.Louisiana Tech
Rider

NC State
Alabama

Carter’s Pick: NC State

Lubbock Regional (Lubbock,TX)
8.Texas Tech
Army

UCLA
North Carolina

Carter’s Pick: Texas Tech

Stanford Regional (Stanford,CA)
9.Stanford
North Dakota State

UC-Irvine
Nevada

Carter’s Pick: UC-Irvine

Nashville Regional (Nashville,TN)
4.Vanderbilt
Presbyterian

Georgia Tech
Indiana State

Carter’s Pick: Vanderbilt

Greenville Regional (Greenville,NC)
13.East Carolina
Norfolk State

Charlotte
Maryland

Carter’s Pick: East Carolina

Tucson Regional (Tucson,AZ)
5.Arizona
Grand Canyon

Oklahoma State
UC-Santa Barbara

Carter’s Pick: Arizona

Oxford Regional (Oxford,MS)
12.Ole Miss
Southeast Missouri State

Southern Miss
Florida State

Carter’s Pick: Ole Miss

Knoxville Regional (Knoxville,TN)
3.Tennessee
Wright State

Duke
Liberty

Carter’s Pick: Tennessee

Eugene Regional (Eugene,OR)
14.Oregon
Central Connecticut State

Gonzaga
LSU

Carter’s Pick: Gonzaga

Fort Worth Regional (Fort Worth,TX)
6.TCU
McNeese

Oregon State
Dallas Baptist

Carter’s Pick: TCU

Columbia Regional (Columbia,SC)
11.Old Dominion
Jacksonville

South Carolina
Virginia

Carter’s Pick: Old Dominion

Starkville Regional (Starkville,MS)
7.Mississippi State
Samford

VCU
Campbell

South Bend Regional (South Bend,IN)
10.Notre Dame
Central Michigan

Michigan
Connecticut

Carter’s Pick: Michigan

Austin Regional (Austin,TX)
2.Texas
Southern

Arizona State
Fairfield

Carter’s Pick: Texas

Gainesville Regional (Gainesville,FL)
15.Florida
South Florida

Miami
South Alabama

Carter’s Pick: Florida

Super Regionals (June 11-14):

Fayetteville Super Regional (Fayetteville,AR)
1.Arkansas
NC State

Carter’s Pick: Arkansas in 3

Lubbock Super Regional (Lubbock,TX)
8.Texas Tech
UC-Irvine

Carter’s Pick: Texas Tech in 2

Nashville Super Regional (Nashville,TN)
4.Vanderbilt
13.East Carolina

Carter’s Pick: Vanderbilt in 3

Tucson Super Regional (Tucson,AZ)
5.Arizona
12.Ole Miss

Carter’s Pick: Ole Miss in 3

Knoxville Super Regional (Knoxville,TN)
3.Tennessee
Gonzaga

Carter’s Pick: Tennessee in 2

Fort Worth Super Regional (Fort Worth,TX)
6.TCU
11.Old Dominion

Carter’s Pick: TCU in 3

Starkville Super Regional (Starkville,MS)
7.Mississippi State
Michigan

Carter’s Pick: Michigan in 3

Austin Super Regional (Austin,TX)
2.Texas
15.Florida

Carter’s Pick: Florida in 3

College World Series (Omaha,NE) (June 19-30):

1.Arkansas
8.Texas Tech

Carter’s Pick: Arkansas

4.Vanderbilt
12.Ole Miss

Carter’s Pick: Vanderbilt

3.Tennessee
6.TCU

Carter’s Pick: Tennessee

15.Florida
Michigan

Carter’s Pick: Florida

Winner’s Bracket:

1.Arkansas
4.Vanderbilt

Carter’s Pick: Vanderbilt

3.Tennessee
15.Florida

Carter’s Pick: Tennessee

Loser’s Bracket:

8.Texas Tech
12.Ole Miss

Carter’s Pick: Ole Miss

6.TCU
Michigan

Carter’s Pick: TCU

Loser’s Bracket:

1.Arkansas
12.Ole Miss

Carter’s Pick: Arkansas

6.TCU
15.Florida

Carter’s Pick: TCU

Winner’s Bracket:

1.Arkansas
4.Vanderbilt

Carter’s Pick: Arkansas

3.Tennessee
6.TCU

Carter’s Pick: Tennessee

College World Series Finals (June 28-30)
1.Arkansas
3.Tennessee

Carter’s Pick: Arkansas in 3



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Coach K plans to retire following 2021-2022 season

Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, the winningest coach in Division 1 men’s basketball history, plans to retire following the 2021-2022 college basketball season. According to multiple reports, it was announced that associate head coach Jon Scheyer will be the head coach in waiting in Durham. Scheyer was the lead recruiter for now NBA stars Zion Williamson and Jayson Tatum, thus being Duke’s top choice to replace Coach K. I will make a post on who I think has a better future following the retirements of legendary head coaches in the Tar Heel State, Roy Williams and Mike Krzyzewski.

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Vanderbilt

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East Tennessee State (9/4)

at.Colorado State (9/11)

Stanford (9/18)

Georgia (9/25)

Connecticut (10/2)

at.Florida (10/9)

at.South Carolina (10/16)

Mississippi State (10/23)

Missouri (10/30)

Kentucky (11/13)

at.Ole Miss (11/20)

at.Tennessee (11/27)

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Texas A&M

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Kent State (9/4)

at.Colorado (9/11)

New Mexico Lobos (9/18)

vs.Arkansas (Arlington) (9/25)

Mississippi State (10/2)

Alabama (10/9)

at.Missouri (10/16)

South Carolina (10/23)

Auburn (11/6)

at.Ole Miss (11/13)

Prairie View A&M (11/20)

at.LSU (11/27)

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Tennessee

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2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:South Carolina

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