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NCAAFCollege football is a sport that has been played for over 150 years. It is one of the most popular and beloved sports in the United States, with hundreds of millions of fans cheering on their favourite college football teams every fall. College football is a game in which teams of student-athletes from universities and colleges compete against each other in an exciting and thrilling battle of offensive and defensive football. The sport consists of 11-on-11 matches, usually played on Saturdays during the fall months in stadiums across America. College football's regular season usually begins in late August or early September and ends in early December. The teams are decided by each school's football conference - e.g. the SEC, the ACC, the Big 12, the Big Ten and more. After the regular season, some teams will be chosen to compete in the post-season playoffs that will decide the national champion. The most popular college football teams in the country are Alabama Crimson Tide, Clemson Tigers, Ohio State Buckeyes, Georgia Bulldogs, Oregon Ducks, Florida Gators, Oklahoma Sooners, and LSU Tigers. Some of the most popular current college football players are Justin Fields, Trevor Lawrence, Ian Book, Tua Tagovailoa, Jalen Hurts, and Jonathan Taylor. The history of College football is filled with legendary teams and players, such as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, the Nebraska Cornhuskers, the Michigan Wolverines, Charles Woodson, and Marcus Mariota. Some of the most memorable games in College Football history include the 1969 ‘Game of the Century’ between the Texas Longhorns and Arkansas Razorbacks, the 2006 Rose Bowl between USC and Texas, and the 2012 BCS National Championship Game between Alabama and Notre Dame. In the end, college football is a game of heart, hard work, and passion. It is an exciting sport that has produced some of the greatest memories and moments in sports history. Whether you are rooting for your favourite team or watching your alma mater, college football is sure to provide an incredible experience that is sure to last a lifetime.
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Florida State at FloridaNCAAFThe Gators host the Seminoles. Florida must win to reach bowl eligibility, but will try to do so without quarterback Graham Mertz, who fractured his collarbone Nov. 18. Playoff-hopeful Florida State lost star QB Jordan Travis the same night.
North Carolina at Georgia TechNCAAFThe No. 17 Tar Heels (6-1, 3-1 ACC) try to bounce back from a stunning upset as they host the Yellow Jackets (3-4, 2-2). North Carolina was a four-touchdown favorite when it lost at home to Virginia 31-27. Georgia Tech has won two straight meetings.
Oklahoma Spring GameNCAAFFrom Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Okla.
Notre Dame at LouisvilleNCAAFThe No. 10 Fighting Irish face another road test when they clash with the No. 25 Cardinals. Louisville is 5-0 for the first time since 2013 after edging NC State 13-10. Notre Dame came from behind to defeat then-No. 17 Duke 21-14 in Week 5.
North Carolina vs South CarolinaNCAAFThe Duke's Mayo Classic sees the No. 21 Tar Heels battle the Gamecocks for Carolina supremacy. The schools met in the 2021 Duke's Mayo Bowl, with South Carolina earning a 38-21 win over North Carolina. Spencer Rattler returns to pilot the Gamecocks.
Louisville vs Florida StateNCAAFThe No. 4 Seminoles (12-0) collide with the No. 14 Cardinals (10-2) in the ACC championship game. Florida State kept its College Football Playoff hopes alive with its 18th straight win, 24-15 over rival Florida. Louisville plays for its first title.
Georgia vs AlabamaNCAAFNo. 1 Georgia plays No. 8 Alabama in the SEC Championship game. This marks the first meeting since the Bulldogs beat the Crimson Tide in the 2021 national championship game. The two schools have combined to win eight of the past nine SEC titles.
NC State at Virginia TechNCAAFThe Hokies (5-5, 4-2) try to solve the stingy Wolfpack (7-3, 4-2) defense in an ACC match. NC State has allowed a league-low 87 points through six conference contests. Virginia Tech coughed up an 18-point lead in a one-point loss to NC State in 2022.
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Virginia Tech Spring GameNCAAFFrom Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Va.
Virginia Tech vs TulaneNCAAFThe Green Wave ride into a Military Bowl outing against the Hokies. Tulane had won 10 straight games before falling 26-14 to SMU in the American Athletic Conference title game. Tulane's Makhi Hughes paced freshmen nationwide with 1,290 rushing yards.
Virginia Tech at VirginiaNCAAFACC schools renew their rivalry when the Hokies (5-6, 4-3) visit the Cavaliers (3-8, 2-5). Virginia Tech leads the series 60-38-5 after winning the last two meetings, and 17 of the past 18. The Hokies need a victory to become bowl-eligible.
Vanderbilt at Wake ForestNCAAFThe Demon Deacons and Commodores look to continue their winning ways. Vanderbilt improved to 2-0 by beating Alabama A&M 47-13 on Sept. 2. Jahmal Banks made six catches for 108 yards and a touchdown to help Wake Forest defeat Elon 37-17 in its opener.
Wake Forest Spring GameNCAAFFrom Allegacy Federal Credit Union Stadium in Winston Salem, N.C.
Pittsburgh at Wake ForestNCAAFThe Panthers visit the Demon Deacons in a rematch of the 2021 ACC championship game. Pittsburgh beat Wake Forest 45-21. Pitt snapped a four-game slide by outscoring then-No. 14 Louisville 24-0 in the second half of a 38-21 victory on Oct. 14.
Appalachian State at North CarolinaNCAAFThe No. 17 Tar Heels host the Mountaineers. North Carolina edged past Appalachian State 63-61 in a wild 2022 meeting, with the two sides combining to score 62 points in the fourth quarter alone. UNC won its 2023 opener over South Carolina 31-17.
Georgia vs AlabamaNCAAFNo. 1 Georgia plays No. 8 Alabama in the SEC Championship game. This marks the first meeting since the Bulldogs beat the Crimson Tide in the 2021 national championship game. The two schools have combined to win eight of the past nine SEC titles.