College football schedule Week 12: What games are on today? TV channels, times, scores for top 25

first_imgWeek 12 of the college football season is here, and though it doesn’t feature a No. 1-vs.-No. 2 matchup, there are plenty of games that figure to leave a substantial impact on the College Football Playoff race.Five AP Top 25 matchups will take place Saturday, highlighted by No. 5 Georgia looking to stay in position for the Playoff at No. 13 Auburn. Undefeateds Minnesota and Baylor are in action as well: The No. 7 Gophers take on No. 23 Iowa and the No. 12 Bears host No. 10 Oklahoma. No. 9 Penn State welcomes No. 24 Indiana to Happy Valley. No. 21 Navy will battle No. 16 Notre Dame in South Bend. No. 1 LSU, No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Clemson will all hope to avoid slipups against unranked opponents this week. Outside Playoff contenders No. 4 Alabama, No. 6 Oregon and No. 8 Utah will also face unranked teams.There will be plenty of highlights and storylines in what is expected to be another headline-filled Saturday of college football.WEEK 12 PICKS: Straight up | Against the spread College football schedule Week 12: What games are on today?Here’s the full schedule for Saturday’s Week 12 top-25 college football games, plus final scores and how to watch every game live. All times are Eastern.You can keep up with live scores and stats with SN’s live scoreboard.Saturday, Nov. 16GameTime (ET)TV channelNo. 4 Alabama vs. Mississippi StateNoonESPNNo. 24 Indiana vs. No. 9 Penn StateNoonABCNo. 11 Florida vs. MissouriNoonCBSNo. 15 Wisconsin vs. NebraskaNoonBig Ten NetworkMichigan State vs. No. 14 MichiganNoonFoxKansas vs. No. 25 Oklahoma StateNoonFox Sports 1No. 21 Navy vs. No. 16 Notre Dame2:30 p.m.NBCNo. 2 Ohio State vs. Rutgers3:30 p.m.Big Ten NetworkWake Forest vs. No. 3 Clemson3:30 p.m.ABCNo. 5 Georgia vs. No. 13 Auburn3:30 p.m.CBSNo. 18 Memphis vs. Houston3:30 p.m.ESPN2No. 22 Texas vs. Iowa State3:30 p.m.Fox Sports 1No. 7 Minnesota vs. No. 23 Iowa4 p.m.FoxNo. 1 LSU vs. Ole Miss7 p.m.ESPNNo. 17 Cincinnati vs. South Florida7 p.m.CBSSNNo. 10 Oklahoma vs. No. 12 Baylor7:30 p.m.ABCUCLA vs. No. 8 Utah8 p.m.FoxNew Mexico vs. No. 19 Boise State10:15 p.m.ESPN2Arizona vs. No. 6 Oregon10:30 p.m.ESPNHow to watch, live stream college football gamesThe Week 12 games involving ranked teams will be televised live on national TV, with games appearing on ESPN, ABC, CBS, CBS Sports Network, Fox, Fox Sports 1, NBC and ESPNU, as well as conference-focused channels such as the ACC Network and Big Ten Network.Week 12 college football scoresGameNo. 4 Alabama at Mississippi StateNo. 9 Penn State vs. No. 24 IndianaNo. 11 Florida at MissouriNo. 15 Wisconsin at NebraskaNo. 14 Michigan vs. Michigan StateNo. 25 Oklahoma State vs. KansasNo. 16 Notre Dame vs. No. 21 NavyNo. 2 Ohio State at RutgersNo. 3 Clemson vs. Wake ForestNo. 5 Georgia at No. 13 AuburnNo. 18 Memphis at HoustonNo. 22 Texas at Iowa StateNo. 7 Minnesota at No. 23 IowaNo. 1 LSU at Ole MissNo. 17 Cincinnati at South FloridaNo. 10 Oklahoma at No. 12 BaylorNo. 8 Utah vs. UCLANo. 19 Boise State vs. New MexicoNo. 6 Oregon vs. Arizonalast_img read more

Goya Foods Facing Boycotts after CEO Praises President Trump

first_imgThe hashtags #Goyaway and #BoycottGoya started trending on Twitter soon after.  A petition started circulating online to boycott the company.Unanue refuses to apologize for his kind remarks about the president saying the boycott threats amount to a “suppression of speech.”“We were part of a commission called the White House Hispanic Prosperity Initiative and they called on us to be there to see how we could help opportunities within the economic and educational realm for prosperity among Hispanics and among the United States,” Unanue told “Fox & Friends.”Unanue said that the United States is the second-largest Hispanic country in the world behind Mexico.Politicians and celebrities are boycotting Goya, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the country, after its CEO, Robert Unanue, praised President Donald Trump during an event Thursday at the White House.“We’re all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump, who is a builder,” said Unanue, who is of Spanish descent, at the event. Hispanic-food company Goya is facing a possible boycott after its CEO praised President Trump Thursday.Robert Unanue said the nation’s blessed to have a leader like President Trump and that he reminds him of his grandfather who founded Goya foods back in the 1930’s.https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Goya-boycott.mp3last_img read more

Six pairs in Australian Spoons showdown

first_img Six pairs of women club golfers, each representing one of England Golf’s regions, will play off in this week’s national final of the Australian Spoons tournament. They are all regional winners in the stableford foursomes competition for players with handicaps of 15 and over. The finals will take place at Frilford Heath Golf Club, Oxfordshire, on Friday, 18 September, alongside the last day of Women’s County Finals. The trophy (image © Leaderboard Photography) is a pair of silver spoons, originally presented by the Australian Ladies’ Golf Union. The finalists are: Karen Dunkeld and Vicki Heap of Lancaster Golf Club, Lancashire, representing the North Aileen Kynoch and Abigail Chambers of The Nottinghamshire Golf Club, representing  Midlands North Hilly Armitage and Sandra Bruce of Donnington Valley Golf Club, Berkshire, representing  Midlands South Frances Johnson and Susan Filby of Ryston Park Golf Club, Norfolk, representing the East Angie Odera-Patel and Maritza Stitcher of Stanmore Golf Club, Middlesex, representing the South  Linda Short and Jane Sugar of Portmore, Devon, representing the South West 15 Sep 2015 Six pairs in Australian Spoons showdown last_img read more

English pair win 9-hole title at Carnoustie

first_img Tags: 9 Hole, R&A, The Open Caption (l-r): Christopher Cudahy and Andrew Sabin of Tadmarton Heath won The R&A’s 9 Hole Championship final. English club golfers Christopher Cudahy and Andrew Sabin won The R&A’s 9 Hole Championship on the eve of The Open at Carnoustie.The final was contested over the first four and last five holes of the Championship Course at the famous Angus links.Cudahy and Sabin, from Tadmarton Heath Golf Club in Oxfordshire, were crowned champions with a winning nett aggregate score of 41.“To play Carnoustie in its best condition just before The Open was a real privilege and it was exciting, thrilling golf”, said Cudahy. “It feels brilliant to have won the final and it was a great experience.“We were playing just ahead of Adam Scott and Rory McIlroy, who were practising on the course, so we felt like we were really part of The Open. The R&A have done a great job and I am sure the nine hole event will go from strength to strength.”Sabin added, “When you stand on the 1st tee and they call your name out, with all the grandstands around you, it raises the hairs on the back of your neck. It’s a nerve-wracking but fantastic experience. I will remember it for years to come.”Champion Golfer Paul Lawrie, together with Bruce Mitchell, Captain of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, presented the prizes to the leading teams.Dunblane New in Scotland, represented by Gary Aitken and Richard McLuckie, finished runners-up, ahead of 10-year-old Evan Taylor and Andy Drees from Foxhills, England.Over 15,000 golfers entered nine hole qualifying events held at clubs throughout Great Britain and Ireland; more than double the number who played in 2017.The R&A 9 Hole Championship is central to the organisation’s drive to promote this form of golf as an ideal way to enjoy playing the sport in less time, either recreationally or competitively for handicap purposes.Duncan Weir, Executive Director – Golf Development at The R&A said, “The finalists have had a great experience today and they revelled in the challenge of playing one of the world’s most famous courses.“We are already looking forward to repeating this exercise at Royal Portrush in 2019.”Please visit www.randa.org/9HoleChampionship for more information.center_img 17 Jul 2018 English pair win 9-hole title at Carnoustie last_img read more