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The first weekend of action since the first College Football Playoff rankings have been released features what is usually among the most anticipated games yearly in the Southeastern Conference (No. 1 Alabama at No. 15 LSU) and what could be an elimination game in the Big Ten between No. 9 Nebraska and No. 6 Ohio State.As the calendar switches to the stretch run in November, here are some things you need to know about Week 10 of the college football season.BEST GAMENo. 9 Nebraska at No. 6 Ohio StateThe winner of Saturdays primetime game remains in contention for a berth in the Big Ten championship game and a shot at the College Football Playoff while the loser is likely playing for a spot in a New Years Six bowl game.Both teams are 7-1 and 4-1 in conference play. The Cornhuskers, who are playing in their first top 10 matchup since 2011, need a win to avoid potentially falling into a five way tie in the West Division. The Buckeyes are looking for a victory in order to make their Nov. 26 showdown at Michigan a game for the East Division championship.HESIMAN WATCHLSU running back Leonard Fournette went into last years game against Alabama as a Heisman favorite. His hopes took a significant hit after he was held to 31 yards and a touchdown in a 30-16 loss.Fournette missed three of the first six games this season due to an ankle injury but appears to be healthy again. He rushed for a school-record 284 yards and three touchdowns in the Tigers win over Ole Miss two weeks ago and is averaging 167.5 yards in the games he has played.A strong showing against the Crimson Tide, who has the nations stingiest run defense, could put Fournette back in the conversation for a spot at the Dec. 10 ceremony in New York.Louisvilles Lamar Jackson remains the favorite as the fifth-ranked Cardinals are at Boston College.NUMBERS TO KNOW28 -- LSUs average margin of victory in its three wins since Ed Orgeron became coach. Going into Saturdays game against Alabama, the Tigers have outscored opponents 73-7 in the second half under Orgeron.19 -- Years since Washington and Washington State both started 5-0 in conference play. The fourth-ranked Huskies host California and the No. 25 Cougars are at Arizona on Saturday.843 -- Total yards by Clemsons Deshaun Watson in his past two games (wins over North Carolina State and Syracuse). Watson and the third-ranked Tigers host Syracuse on Saturday as he had 473 yards against the Orange last year (368 passing, 105 rushing), which is the second highest of his career.UNDER THE RADARAfter Kentucky lost its first two games, Mark Stoops was thought to be on the hot seat. But the Wildcats (5-3, 4-2) have won five of their last six, including three straight SEC games for the first time since 1999.A win over Georgia on Saturday could make Kentucky bowl eligible for the first time since 2010. A big reason for the win streak is Kentuckys rushing attack, which is averaging 219.5 yards over the past three games.The Bulldogs (4-4, 2-4) won their first three games under Kirby Smart but have dropped four of their last five.COACH IN NEED OF A WINCincinnati is 29-18 in four seasons under Tommy Tuberville but only 11-10 since the start of last season. Last weeks 34-13 loss at Temple marked the first time in 137 games it had less than 200 yards in total offense.The 4-4 Bearcats put a 30-game non-conference home win streak on the line when they host Brigham Young (4-4).---AP College Football website: www.collegefootball.ap.org---Follow Joe Reedy at www.Twitter.com/joereedy Cheap Jerseys NFL . LOUIS -- Attorneys for the St. Stitched Jerseys Wholesale . Its the second straight game Bell has scored in extra time for Kelowna, which beat the Brandon Wheat Kings 6-5 on Friday, and he now has four game-winning goals on the season. http://www.cheapnfljerseyschange.com/ . Patrice Bergeron and Daniel Paille scored 20 seconds apart a few minutes after Stamkos was taken off the ice on a stretcher with a broken right leg, and the Bruins beat the Lightning 3-0 on Monday afternoon. MLB Jerseys Cheap . Clarke was injured while practicing on the Doha Golf Club range after the pro-am on Tuesday. The Northern Irishman arrived at the course on Wednesday hoping to start, but after hitting a few balls on the practice putting green Clarke advised officials he was not fit to play. Jerseys NFL Wholesale . DAmigo scored twice in regulation and added the shootout winner as the Toronto Marlies edged the San Antonio Rampage 5-4 in American Hockey League action.The 2016 NFL Draft is just days away, with exclusively live coverage of the first round on Thursday night from midnight on Sky Sports 1 HD. Were gearing up to the big day by looking at some of the biggest stories to have come from drafts past. Heres a run through of the top 10...10) Vernon Davis crying (2006) A teary-eyed Vernon Davis, pictured after being picked by the San Francisco 49ers at the 2006 Draft It’s common-place now for players drafted to cry but Vernon Davis is best-remembered for setting the trend in 2006. Players had shown emotion before but none to the extent of Davis, who was seen crying his eyes out when selected with the sixth pick by the San Francisco 49ers. It wouldn’t be the first and only time Davis would be drawn to tears either, he famously broke down after scoring the winning touchdown for the 49ers in the dying seconds of a dramatic play-off win over the New Orleans Saints in the 2011 season.9) Randy Moss falls (1998) Randy Moss celebrates scoring another touchdown during his record-breaking rookie season with the Minnesota Vikings Randy Moss is a future hall-of-famer, having set a number of NFL records throughout his 14-year career. The best known of the wide-receiver’s records are his most touchdown receptions in a season (23) in 2007 and the most by a rookie (17) in 1998. Moss played like he had a chip on his shoulder that year, having fallen in the draft from a top-projected pick to the 21st selection by the Minnesota Vikings.8) Denver trade up for Tim Tebow (2010) Tim Tebow pictured playing against the New England Patriots in the 2011 playoffs Tim Tebow was a college football sensation, winning two National Championships with the Florida Gators at college level and the Heisman Trophy – awarded to the best individual player – but people didn’t think the quarterback’s skill-set was up to professional standards. He was projected to be a third round pick, but the Denver Broncos shocked everyone by parting with a second, third and fourth round pick to trade places with the Baltimore Ravens and take Tebow in the first round. Sadly, despite taking Denver to the play-offs in his second year, Tebow was discarded and has struggled to find a home since with a passing completion percentage of just 47.9.7) Donavon McNabb booed (1999) Donovan McNabb had a stellar NFL career although lost in his only Super Bowl appearance against the New England Patriots The Philadelphia Eagles had the number two pick in the 1999 draft and fans had made it very clear who they wanted – a running-back called Ricky Williams who was a college superstar coming out of Texas. So when quarterback Donovan McNabb from Syracuse was selected, Eagles fans made their dissatisfaction well-known. Williams ended up going to New Orleans – who traded all of their draft picks to get him – but never sustained success in the NFL, while McNabb took the Eagles to five Conference Championships and a Super Bowl.6) Raiders unknowns (2000s) JaMarcus Russell was criticised for being overweight and under-prepared during his time with Oakland Raiders Sure as eggs is eggs, the Oakland Raiders would select an unknown player with their first pick of a draft. In 2000 they made the unheard move of picking a kicker in the first round, Sebastian Janikowski. In 2007 arguably their biggest flop came in the form of number one overall pick, quarterback JaMarcus Russell. Plus, wide-receiver Darrius Heyward-Bay (2009) and linebacker Rolando McClain (2010) never worked out, although the latter found some success at the Dallas Cowboys last year.5) Vikings miss their picks (2002 & 2003) Bryant McKinnie (right) is selected by Minnesota Vikings after they missed their original pick in the 2002 Draft Letting time expire and missing your pick one year is a disaster, doing it twice in consecutive years is unforgivable, but that’s exactly what happened to the Minnesota Vikings.dddddddddddd In 2002 they were guilty of the Kansas City Chiefs beating them to a trade with Dallas and grabbing the player – defensive tackle Ryan Sims – they wanted. And in 2003 it only got worse, as two teams – the Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers – overtook them. It worked out fine for the Vikings in the long run though as both of their eventual selections in those drafts – offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie and defensive tackle Kevin Williams – became pro bowl players.4) Colts pick a fight (1994) Trent Dilfer had a fairly middling NFL career although did win a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens The Indianapolis Colts had two first-round picks in 1994 and created little fuss with their first, picking running-back Marshall Faulk as expected. Although it was their selection of linebacker Trev Alberts with the fifth pick that caused a stir. ESPN analyst Mel Kiper criticised the move with an on-air rant, claiming the Colts should have picked quarterback Trent Dilfer. It prompted a retaliation from Colts general manager, Bill Tobin, who said: “Who in the hell is Mel Kiper. We don’t have to take anybody that Mel Kiper says we have to take. He has no more credentials to do what he’s doing than my neighbour, a postman.”3) ‘Eli Manning sucks’ (2004) Eli Manning has gone on to win two Super Bowls for the New York Giants That was the chant that rang around Madison Square Garden when the first pick of the 2004 draft was announced. Manning – selected by the San Diego Chargers – had been making it very clear in the weeks leading up to the draft that he didn’t want to go to San Diego. He eventually got the move he wanted, with the New York Giants striking a trade and bringing Manning to the Big Apple, but not before an uncomfortable-looking Manning and his family had to take to the stage to pose awkwardly with a Chargers jersey as the crowd turned on him.2) Jets fans boo (1983 & 1995) Dan Marino came back to haunt the New York Jets, scoring 72 career touchdowns against them, more than any other team This could apply to any year of the draft really. The long-suffering New York Jets fans are the most vocal in their disapproval of the players their beloved Jets have picked. The two greatest examples of their anger were in 1983 when picking 24th and with future hall-of-famer, Dan Marino, still on the board they took another quarterback, Ken O’Brien instead. And then in 1995 they passed on another eventual hall-of-famer, defensive tackle Warren Sapp, for tight end Kyle Brady. Oh dear.1) Aaron Rodgers waits (2005) Aaron Rodgers has been a huge success for the Green Bay Packers The quarterback-needy San Francisco 49ers held the first pick in the 2005 NFL draft and much of the debate was down to whether they’d pick Alex Smith out of Utah or Californian native and 49ers fan Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers seemed like the obvious pick but the 49ers went for Smith and Rodgers had a four and a half hour wait till eventually being picked up by the Green Bay Packers with the 24th pick. It was good preparation for Rodgers as he had to wait till 2008 till he replaced Brett Favre as the Packers starting quarterback, ultimately leading them to a Super Bowl title in the 2010 season. Also See: Richard Graves Mock Draft NFL Draft: Beginners guide Shaq Lawson exclusive interview NFL Draft: Previous No 1 QB picks Cheap NFL T-shirts Discount Jerseys Wholesale NFL Gear Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping China Jerseys Cheap Stitched Jerseys NFL Jerseys China Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap Stitched Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic ' ' '