USC BASEBALL September is not usually the most intense in college gratings. The conference duels are few and most schools choose to have low-risk games to get to the thick part of the calendar with good rhythm.Week 2 does not promise to have as many games that affect College Football Playoff as last week , but there are three that can uncover new contenders or jettison the hopes of a program.These are the best games to follow in the second weekend of the NCAA collegiate BASEBALL. # 16 TCU vs. SMU, Friday 7:00 pm. The fight for the ‘Iron Skillet’ between these two Dallas metroplex schools. Except in 2006, they have played every year since 1999 in a period that coincided with the takeoff of the Horned Frogs, first with a certain LaDainian Tomlinson and currently under coach Gary Patterson. Takeoff that resulted in dominance in this rivalry, with only two wins from the ‘Ponies’ in the last 18 games.There are few matches of rivalry, so it sneaks in between the meetings to follow this weekend.
18 USC BASEBALL Mississippi State vs. Kansas State, Saturday 11:00 am
Joe Moorhead’s first game in charge of the Bulldogs went smoothly, crushing 63-6 Stephen A. Austin at home, and they did without Nick Fitzgerald, double threat as QB, who was suspended for that match for violating internal USC rules of the game. team. Now comes the first real test, the trip to the ‘Little Apple’ against those led by Bill Snyder, who is not at all surprised to give surprises at home.
UCLA vs # 6 Oklahoma, Saturday 12:00 hours
Duel between traditional schools, although if the first week is an indicator of what can happen the Norman, the Bruins are in trouble, since the offensive of Chip Kelly did not show on his return to the collegiate sides and in Oklahoma, Kyler Murray did not forget Baker Mayfield, but at least they did not miss him.
Arizona vs Houston, Saturday 11:00 am
The season of one of the Heisman favorites, Khalil Tate, did not start in the best way, but he and the Arizona Wildcats must turn the page as they face Ed Oliver’s Houston, perhaps the best prospect for the NFL
Colorado vs Nebraska, Saturday 2:30 p.m.
Last week, the thunderstorms did not allow Nebraska to start the era of coach Scott Frost. Now they will face a rival of Pac 12 who only two seasons ago was in the final of Pac 12 and this year started on the right foot, beating Colorado State at the Rocky Mountain Showdown for the fourth consecutive year.
Iowa State vs. Iowa, Saturday 4:00 p.m.
The Cy-Hawk trophy will be in dispute at the Kinnick Stadium, waiting for another great match like the one in 2017 at Ames, when it needed extra series to define the winner of this rivalry.
18 Mississippi State vs. Kansas State, Saturday 11:00 am
Joe Moorhead’s first USC BASEBALL game in charge of the Bulldogs went smoothly, crushing 63-6 Stephen A. Austin at home, and they did without Nick Fitzgerald, double threat as QB, who was suspended for that match for violating internal rules of the game. team. Now comes the first real test, the trip to the ‘Little Apple’ against those led by Bill Snyder, who is not at all surprised to give surprises at home.
13 Penn State vs. Pittsburgh, Saturday 7:00 pm
Another duel between schools of the same state. The Nittany Lions needed extra series to beat Appalachian State at home, so their ranking is in danger in the always difficult first visit of the year.
15 Michigan State vs. Arizona State, Saturday 9:45 p.m.
Pac after Dark’. First interesting duel of the already traditional and historically chaotic Pac 12 team matches that start too late. The Spartans spent oil to beat Utah State in East Lansing last week and now travel to visit a few Sun Devils who started on the right foot the Herman Edwards era in Tempe.
2 Clemson vs. Texas A & M, Saturday 6:00 p.m.
First of three matches this week. First great test for Clemson before some Aggies that although they are not ranked, they showed in the first match with Jimbo Fisher as coach. Fisher knows the Tigers well for his annual date when he was a Florida State coach and Kyle Field always guarantees an ambiance at a night game. Coach Fisher came to College Station to win this type of games, we will see if he can do it before one of the favorites to the title in 2018.
17 USC vs # 10 Stanford, Saturday 7:30 p.m.
Repetition of the final of Pac 12 of 2017 and one of two games between ranked teams, so it goes without saying that this can begin to shape the postseason.
The Trojans won last year, but without Sam Darnold, it is the turn of rookie JT Daniels to command the SC offense on his first outing. We’ll see if he can fill the shoes of the current QB holder of the Jets.
Whoever loses remains practically without margin of error thinking about the Playoff.
3 Georgia vs # 24 South Carolina, Saturday 2:30 pm by Claro Sports
South Carolina and perhaps Florida are the ones that could bother the Bulldogs on their way to a second consecutive division title. The USC BASEBALL Gamecocks have the first chance to dent the SEC crown to the Bulldogs. While Georgia leaves as a favorite, the first conference game away from home is always difficult, especially when you have an inexperienced defense, in a hostile environment against experienced players like Deebo Samuel and Jake Bentley. It smells great in the Williams-Brice Stadium.
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