As we come into Week 10 of the NCAA Football regular season and a Thursday night game that brings us the 7-0 No.2 Bears of Baylor (Big12) playing the rival unranked 3-4 Wildcats of Kansas State (Big 12) with the game being played on the 5th of November in Manhattan, Kansas at the Snyder Stadium with kick-off scheduled for 7:35 PM ET.
Yes, the 2015 NCAA Football season in October 2015 had some crazy game endings, and several coaching jobs became available, some of which most expected and others that came as a surprise. Plus, we the fans got to experience some of the craziest and exciting game endings in recent events.
Moving on in the 2015 NCAA Football Regular Season and Week 9 on the 31st of October 2015 with the No. 9 Fighting Irish of Notre Dame 6-1 (FBS Independents) playing at the No. 21 Owls of Temple 7-0 (American Athletic-East) with the game being played at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and kick-off scheduled for 8:05 PM ET and seen on ABC TV.
This Saturday the 31st of October 2015 we have a very interesting game for this 2015 NCAA Football season in Week 9 with the SEC rivals of the East Division, the 6-2 Gators of Florida (SEC East 4-1) playing the 5-2 Bulldogs of Georgia (SEC East 3-2) playing at the EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida with the kick-off scheduled for 3:35 PM ET and seen on CBS TV.
Moving on in Week 9 of the NCAA Football Regular Season we find 2 more SEC rivals playing this Saturday the 31st of October 2015 with the 2-4 Gamecocks of South Carolina (SEC East 1-4) playing at rival 5-2 Aggies of Texas A&M (SEC West 2-2) with the game being played at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas with kick-off scheduled for 12:05 PM ET and seen on ESPN TV.