February Sports ’17

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Super Bowl LI
MLB Spring Training
National Hockey League
National Basketball Association
NBA All Star Game
NCAA College Basketball
NASCAR – Daytona 500
PGA Tour
Professional Tennis
GameDay Party Guide
Memorable Super Bowl ADs

 

 

Even though February is a short month, it’s jam packed with sports. In case you haven’t heard there is a football game on the 6th. Super Bowl LI is being played  in Texas. This will be Houston’s third time hosting the Super Bowl, first featuring the Miami Dolphins against the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl VIII in 1974, and again when the New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers at Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004. We’ve got you covered with everything Super Bowl.

There is much more to the game than just the game, click here for the 2017 FANFOOD GAMEDAY Party Guide with recipes for food and beverage, Entertaining tips & tricks, information on all the PROP Bets you can make, and of course the Commercials.

Some of my favorite 4 word phrases are “pitchers and catchers report!” Major League Baseball Spring training is right around the corner and we have all the important February info for you to know, such as the workout schedule for all 30 teams and links to all the teams, maps of all their workout facilities and game schedules.

The second half of the NHL Season gets underway this month. There are a lot of questions facing a lot of teams in the league. The biggest one is, “What does the future hold?” Most teams in the league have about 34 games or so remaining on their schedules and some serious decisions to make as the trade deadline approaches over the next six weeks, we’re almost certainly going to learn a lot about the quality of various teams around the league. Click here for the FANFOOD TOP 10 NHL teams to start the second half, the NHL Rivalry Wednesdays on TV and the FULL Schedule for the ALL the games in February.

The pro ballers take a few days off in the middle of February and the best of the best play a game of hoops in New Orleans. The 66th edition of the NBA All-Star Game will be played on February 19, 2016 at 8:30 pm ET. Festivities surround the big game get underway first when the NBA Rising Stars Challenge puts the spotlight on ‘star’ NBA rookies, followed by the highly popular NBA All-Star Saturday night with the Slam Dunk Contest. Click here for the top 25 dunks and some of memorable moments of guys slamming a ball threw a cylinder. Oh Yeah! We also got you covered with the FULL NBA schedule for the month.

The college kids don’t take a break, as they are gearing up for the Madness of March. The end of February is the end of the college basketball season and when the calendar flips to March, it’s time for the conference tournaments, the national championship tournament and the return of the made up word, bracketology. But lets not get ahead of ourselves. Click here for the entire schedule for every game in College Basketball broken down by week.

If Auto Racing is your thing, the Super Bowl of stock car racing is coming up this month. What better way in the dead of winter to warm up than to start planning that trip to Daytona and the annual Speedweeks festival of racing. The highlight of the month is the 59th Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Feb. 26th. Click here for the complete NASCAR schedule  at Daytona International Speedway, and links to the big race in FLA.

Last and most likely least, we have links to all the professional tennis tournaments held in the next 28 days, and links to the tournaments where grown men hit a little white ball around a field in hopes to put it in a hole in less shots than the other guys in slacks.

 

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Sunday, February 5 on FOX
NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

 

Super Bowl LI will take place on February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

This will be Houston’s third time hosting the Super Bowl, first featuring the Miami Dolphins against the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl VIII in 1974, and again when the New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers at Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004.

 

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The Patriots and Falcons will meet in the Super Bowl LI

Teams: AFC champion New England Patriots vs. NFC champion Atlanta Falcons

When: Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017

Where: NRG Stadium, Houston

Time: Kickoff is 6:30 p.m. ET

TV: Fox

Announcers: Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (analysis), Erin Andrews and Chris Myers (sideline reporters)

Halftime show: Global superstar Lady Gaga, winner of six Grammy Awards, a Golden Globe, and Academy Award nominee, will headline the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Show

Preview:

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It’s all about the quarterbacks: Just about any way you slice it, this is a matchup between the top two passers in the league. Whether you look at passer rating, QBR, yards per attempt or FootballOutsiders.com’s DVOA efficiency ratings, Atlanta’s Matt Ryan and New England’s Tom Brady ended up No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in the stats department. They are masters of their craft, have plenty of weapons around them, and have two of the best playcallers (Kyle Shanahan and Josh McDaniels) at their disposal. To beat Brady, you have to disguise and change up both the pressure and coverage looks on just about every snap. The Falcons, to this point, have not shown the ability to do that. That will be an important factor in the game. Ryan has trouble with tight, disciplined coverage. With Malcolm Butler locking up either Julio Jones or Mohamed Sanu, and Logan Ryan on the other with safety help, Ryan may have to make a living throwing to the running backs and TEs Levine Toilolo and Austin Hooper. The Patriots have had more issues with supporting actors than those in starring roles. The Falcons have the ability to exploit that.

 

Running backs will be a huge factor: Sure, the quarterbacks may get all the attention, but the running backs from each team are used to taking advantage of the shortcomings on opposing defenses. The Falcons have one of the most talented duos in Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Freeman is the better runner, but Shanahan loves to use both to exploit mismatches in the pass game. McDaniels likes to use Dion Lewis and James White in a similar fashion via the pass, and Lewis has taken over as the every-down running back. LeGarrette Blount is the short yardage and finish-the-game bruiser.

 

What’s in common?: The Falcons and Patriots each had five common opponents (Denver, Seattle, Arizona, Los Angeles and San Francisco) and went 4–1 (each team lost to the Seahawks, with Atlanta losing on the road and the Patriots at home). The cumulative scores were 168–88 for Atlanta; 119–82 for New England. The Falcons had an average margin of victory of 20.5 points, and the Patriots were at 11.0. The Patriots didn’t have Tom Brady in their two-point victory over the Cardinals, a team the Falcons beat by 19.

 

Atlanta’s offense is exceptional: Under the spotlight of the Super Bowl, this Falcons offense may finally get its due. We’re talking about a unit that can rival the Greatest Show on Turf Rams for explosiveness. They scored 540 points this season, which is tied for eighth all time with those 2000 Rams. Sure, the team is uber-talented with WRs Jones, Sanu and Taylor Gabriel, and RBs Freeman and Coleman, but don’t underestimate the job coordinator Shanahan has done. At this point, everyone thinks it’s all about the talent. But remember, Sanu was an underachieving No. 2 with the Bengals and Gabriel was a Browns castoff before this season. Freeman and Coleman were thought to be nice players, but not game changers. That all changed this season because of the way Shanahan designs plays and attacks defenses. There are few better at taking an opponent’s tendencies and using them against them.

 

The Patriots defense will have a say: New England’s defense certainly proved its “best scoring defense” was no fluke in the win over the Steelers. And remember who put an end to those 2000s Rams teams (Spoiler Alert: It was the 2001 Patriots). New England may not have many big names on defense (Dont’a Hightower, Devin McCourty and Malcolm Butler are about it), but the sum is better than the parts. Certainly the Falcons will be a huge challenge, but everyone knows Bill Belichick and his staff can defend anything with two weeks to prepare.

 

The Patriots’ offensive line should have an advantage: After a shaky outing against the Texans, the Patriots’ offensive line completely dominated the Steelers. The Falcons’ unit is certainly solid but it’s not quite as good as the Patriots. The Patriots have the edge at left tackle (Nate Solder), right guard (Shaq Mason) and right tackle (Marcus Cannon), while the Falcons have an advantage at center (Alex Mack) and left guard (Andy Levitre).

 

Experience doesn’t matter: Expect a lot to be made this week about how this is Matt Ryan’s first Super Bowl appearance vs. Tom Brady’s seventh (with four victories). Certainly the disparity is notable, but it ignores the fact that several passers have beaten those with more experience in recent years. Some of those on the list: Russell Wilson over Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers over Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning over Brady and Brady over Kurt Warner.

 

You have to stop more than one guy: Each QB has a security blanket. For the Patriots, it’s Julian Edelman (158 targets in the regular season). Atlanta has Jones (129). Certainly a lot of attention needs to paid to each of those players, but both quarterbacks are deft at distributing the ball. The Patriots had seven players catch at least three touchdowns (TE Martellus Bennett led with seven), and so did the Falcons (Jones and Gabriel tied with six). In the postseason, both Sanu (Falcons) and Chris Hogan (Patriots) had two touchdowns receiving.

 

Where’s the pressure?: It looks like the opening over/under line for the Super Bowl is an astounding 59 points. No shock there, considering these two offenses. But it also says something about the defenses, which were both great on Sunday but don’t exactly get a lot of pressure on the quarterbacks. The Patriots didn’t affect Roethlisberger that much and don’t have a dominating rusher, although Trey Flowers is solid. And the Falcons’ only true pass rushing threat is Vic Beasley. The game may very well be determined by which team is able to dial up the most pressure and make that top quarterback move off his spot in the pocket.

 

Tecmo Bowl LI Results:

 

 

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FOX Sports will offer a live, non-authenticated stream of Super Bowl LI on FOX Sports GO, the streaming platform that showcases all of FOX Sports’ live events and studio programming. Fans around the country will be able to stream the biggest television event of the year at FOXSportsGo.com, using iOS, Android, Windows, and Amazon tablets or through connected devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire and XBOX One. For the Super Bowl broadcast, users will not need to enter their pay TV credentials for viewing.

The live stream of the Super Bowl will also feature local advertisement integration on a nationwide basis from more than 170 FOX affiliates around the country. Participating affiliates will have access to same ad inventory for both the linear and digital broadcasts of the February 5 game.

The FOX Sports Super Bowl LI production effort includes more Super Motion and 4K cameras than ever before, and will use three production trucks and more than 30 cameras to deliver more than 20 hours of programming a day from Discovery Green in Houston, in addition to 70-plus cameras at NRG Stadium covering the game.

“We, as broadcasters, are always trying to provide the viewer with something they’ve never seen before,” said Zac Fields, FOX Sports SVP Graphic Technology and Innovation. “With this new ‘Be the Player’ technology, it is now achievable and we are incredibly excited to debut this at the Super Bowl on FOX.”

 

 

Links:

 

NFL.com

Houston Super Bowl Host Committee

Super Bowl LI – Wikipedia

FOX Sports GO

 

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Spring Training

 

Sun, scenery, history mark Spring Training baseball In Arizona, Florida

With Cactus League clubs clustered in the Valley of the Sun and Grapefruit League teams dotting the Florida coasts and center of the state, Spring Training offers one of baseball’s great traditions while bringing fans close to the game and under the sun.

 

 

 

 

OrganizationPitchers &FirstPositionFirst full
CatchersWorkoutPlayersworkout
Arizona D-BacksFeb. 13Feb. 13Feb. 16Feb. 17
Atlanta BravesFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 17Feb. 18
Baltimore OriolesFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 16Feb. 17
Boston Red SoxFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 16Feb. 17
Chicago CubsFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 17Feb. 18
Chicago White SoxFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 17Feb. 18
Cincinnati RedsFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 16Feb. 17
Cleveland IndiansFeb. 12Feb. 13Feb. 16Feb. 17
Colorado RockiesFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 19Feb. 20
Detroit TigersFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 17Feb. 18
Houston AstrosFeb. 15Feb. 15Feb. 17Feb. 18
Kansas City RoyalsFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 17Feb. 18
Los Angeles AngelsFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 17Feb. 18
Los Angeles DodgersFeb. 15Feb. 16Feb. 20Feb. 21
Miami MarlinsFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 17Feb. 17
Milwaukee BrewersFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 17Feb. 18
Minnesota TwinsFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 18Feb. 19
New York MetsFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 18Feb. 19
New York YankeesFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 18Feb. 19
Oakland AthleticsFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 18Feb. 19
Philadelphia PhilliesFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 16Feb. 17
Pittsburgh PiratesFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 16Feb. 17
St. Louis CardinalsFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 16Feb. 17
San Diego PadresFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 17Feb. 18
San Francisco GiantsFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 16Feb. 17
Seattle MarinersFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 18Feb. 19
Tampa Bay RaysFeb. 13Feb. 14Feb. 18Feb. 19
Texas RangersFeb. 14/17Feb. 15/18Feb. 20Feb. 21
Toronto Blue JaysFeb. 14Feb. 15Feb. 17Feb. 18
Wash NationalsFeb. 15Feb. 16Feb. 18Feb. 19

 

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Team Facility Maps

 

Major League Baseball teams are packing in anticipating of shipping gear to Florida and Arizona in the annual rite of Truck Day.

So where do the teams train for the upcoming season? Here are maps of the team facilities.

 

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Team Links

 

 

 - Cactus League -

Arizona Diamondbacks
Chicago Cubs
Chicago White Sox
Cincinnati Reds
Cleveland Indians
Colorado Rockies
Kansas City Royals
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Los Angeles Dodgers
Milwaukee Brewers
Oakland Athletics
San Diego Padres
San Francisco Giants
Seattle Mariners
Texas Rangers
Cactus League Master Schedule

 

 

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 - Grapefruit League -

Atlanta Braves
Baltimore Orioles
Boston Red Sox
Detroit Tigers
Houston Astros
Miami Marlins
Minnesota Twins
New York Mets
New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies
Pittsburgh Pirates
St. Louis Cardinals
Tampa Bay Rays
Toronto Blue Jays
Washington Nationals
Grapefruit League Master Schedule

 

 

Spring Training Ballparks

 

 

- Cactus League Ballparks - 

Camelback Ranch-Glendale
Goodyear Ballpark
Maryvale Baseball Park
New Cubs Ballpark
Peoria Stadium
Phoenix Municipal Stadium
Salt River FIelds at Talking Stick
Scottsdale Stadium
Surprise Stadium
Tempe Diablo Stadium

 

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- Grapefruit League Ballparks - 

Bright House Field
Champion Stadium
Charlotte Sports Park
Ed Smith Stadium
Florida Auto Exchange Stadium
Hammond Stadium
JetBlue Park at Fenway South
Joker Marchant Stadium
McKenchnie Field
Osceola County Stadium
Steinbrenner Field
Roger Dean Stadium
Space Coast Stadium
Tradition Field

 

 

MLB Spring Training links:

 

MLB.com Spring Training

Cactus League

Grapefruit League

Spring Training Online

Spring Training Connection

 

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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

Things have certainly cooled off some for the Columbus Blue Jackets after that joyous 16-game win streak. Columbus has lost two in a row and is just 5-5-0 in the last 10.
What’s gone wrong? For one thing, guys who were red-hot offensively have fallen off. Sam Gagner, for instance, has gone 16 games without a goal after a better-than-expected start. Brandon Saad has just one point, a goal, in his last eight games. Columbus’ special teams continue to be fine, with the power play ranked first and the penalty-kill unit ranked ninth. But the Blue Jackets don’t rate well in faceoffs. At 47.6 percent, they rank 28th overall.

A playoff spot seems virtually assured. The only drama remaining for the Edmonton Oilers relates to how high they can go. They’re only five points behind Minnesota for the top spot in the West, though the Wild have three games in hand. The Oilers looked great before the break, winning three straight. Connor McDavid continues to lead the league in points, with 59. It should be fun at Rogers Place this spring. Just like Columbus, Edmonton has good numbers in most specialty areas except faceoffs. At 47.5 percent, the Oilers are tied for last in the league.

The Minnesota Wild had it all together entering the All-Star break. They won their final two games, including an impressive 5-1 home win over St. Louis, and they are first overall in the Western Conference. The Wild’s 109 goals against is the second-best total in the league, just behind the Washington Capitals’ 106. Its plus-51 goal differential is also second overall—also behind the Capitals. It should be quite a race between goalie Devan Dubnyk and Washington’s Braden Holtby for the Vezina Trophy. Despite the great goals-against numbers, it is somewhat surprising the Wild are allowing more shots per game (30.3) than they are taking (29.4).

The Washington Capitals hold down the top spot in the FANFOOD ranking thanks to an 8-1-1 mark in the last 10 games. Just like last season, the Caps are starting to pull away from the rest of the conference in the standings. There hasn’t been a weak area anywhere in their game for some time, with better balance offensively than earlier in the season. All the while, Holtby has been tremendous again in goal. It seems like center Nicklas Backstrom has been around forever, but he’s still only 29. In his 10th season, Backstrom has 689 points in 701 career games. Only 178 of his points have been goals.

from bleacherreport.com

 

 

Here are the FANFOOD TOP 10 NHL Teams heading into Feb’17:

  1. Washington Capitals
  2. Minnesota Wild
  3. Edmonton Oilers
  4. Columbus Blue Jackets
  5. San Jose Sharks
  6. Pittsburgh Penguins
  7. Chicago Blackhawks
  8. New York Rangers
  9. Montreal Canadiens
  10. Nashville Predators

 

 

 

NHL on NBSN

 

NHL on NBC
Sun., Feb. 5: Los Angeles @ Washington 12 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 12: Detroit @ Minnesota 3 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 19: Washington @ N.Y. Rangers 12:30 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 19: Detroit @ Pittsburgh 3 p.m.
Sat., Feb. 25: Philadelphia @ Pittsburgh 8 p.m.
Sun., Feb. 26: Boston @ Dallas 12:30 p.m.

 

NHL on NHL.tv

 

NHL Center Ice

 

 

NHL LIVE on NHL Network

 

 

NHL Wednesday Night Rivalry

 

on NBC Sports Network

 

February 1: Boston @ Washington 8 p.m.
February 8: Chicago @ Minnesota 8 p.m.
February 15: St. Louis @ Detroit 8 p.m.
February 22: Washington @ Philadelphia 8 p.m.

 

NHL FULL Schedule – Feb’17:

 

FebruaryGameGame Time
   Wed 1Boston @ Washington8:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Calgary10:00 PM ET
Colorado @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET
   Thu 2Montreal @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Ottawa @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
NY Rangers @ Buffalo7:30 PM ET
Toronto @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Arizona9:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
   Fri 3Columbus @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Anaheim @ Florida7:30 PM ET
Calgary @ New Jersey7:30 PM ET
Edmonton @ Carolina7:30 PM ET
   Sat 4Washington @ Montreal1:00 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Philadelphia1:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Colorado3:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Boston7:00 PM ET
Ottawa @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Anaheim @ Tampa Bay7:00 PM ET
Carolina @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Dallas8:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
Arizona @ San Jose10:30 PM ET
   Sun 5Los Angeles @ Washington12:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Montreal1:00 PM ET
Calgary @ NY Rangers2:00 PM ET
   Mon 6Buffalo @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
Toronto @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
St. Louis @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
   Tue 7San Jose @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Anaheim @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
Carolina @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
St. Louis @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
Columbus @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
Vancouver @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Winnipeg8:00 PM ET
Montreal @ Colorado9:00 PM ET
   Wed 8Chicago @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
   Thu 9San Jose @ Boston7:00 PM ET
Anaheim @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Nashville @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Vancouver @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
St. Louis @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Dallas @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Florida7:30 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Colorado9:00 PM ET
Montreal @ Arizona9:00 PM ET
   Fri 10Tampa Bay @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Winnipeg8:00 PM ET
   Sat 11Vancouver @ Boston1:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Ottawa1:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Philadelphia1:00 PM ET
Florida @ Nashville2:00 PM ET
Carolina @ Dallas2:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Columbus5:00 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Winnipeg7:00 PM ET
Buffalo @ Toronto7:00 PM ET
St. Louis @ Montreal7:00 PM ET
Colorado @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Anaheim @ Washington7:30 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Arizona8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Edmonton10:00 PM ET
   Sun 12San Jose @ New Jersey12:30 PM ET
Detroit @ Minnesota3:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Nashville6:00 PM ET
Colorado @ NY Islanders6:00 PM ET
Montreal @ Boston7:30 PM ET
Vancouver @ Buffalo7:30 PM ET
   Mon 13NY Rangers @ Columbus7:30 PM ET
Arizona @ Calgary9:00 PM ET
   Tue 14Colorado @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
Vancouver @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Buffalo @ Ottawa7:30 PM ET
Anaheim @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Winnipeg8:00 PM ET
Arizona @ Edmonton9:00 PM ET
   Wed 15Toronto @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
St. Louis @ Detroit8:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Calgary9:30 PM ET
Florida @ San Jose10:30 PM ET
   Thu 16Ottawa @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
NY Rangers @ NY Islanders7:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Pittsburgh7:00 PM ET
Colorado @ Buffalo7:30 PM ET
Vancouver @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Edmonton9:00 PM ET
Arizona @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET
   Fri 17Pittsburgh @ Columbus7:00 PM ET
Colorado @ Carolina7:30 PM ET
Florida @ Anaheim10:00 PM ET
   Sat 18St. Louis @ Buffalo1:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Montreal2:00 PM ET
Washington @ Detroit2:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Chicago7:00 PM ET
Ottawa @ Toronto7:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Arizona8:00 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Dallas8:00 PM ET
Nashville @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
Florida @ Los Angeles10:00 PM ET
   Sun 19Washington @ NY Rangers12:30 PM ET
Detroit @ Pittsburgh3:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Ottawa5:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Buffalo6:00 PM ET
New Jersey @ NY Islanders6:00 PM ET
Nashville @ Columbus6:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Carolina7:30 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Colorado8:00 PM ET
Boston @ San Jose8:30 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Anaheim9:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
   Mon 20Florida @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Anaheim @ Arizona9:00 PM ET
   Tue 21Ottawa @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
Montreal @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Carolina7:00 PM ET
Winnipeg @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Edmonton @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
Calgary @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Colorado9:00 PM ET
   Wed 22Edmonton @ Florida7:30 PM ET
Washington @ Philadelphia8:00 PM ET
Boston @ Anaheim10:30 PM ET
   Thu 23NY Rangers @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Montreal7:30 PM ET
Calgary @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
Colorado @ Nashville8:00 PM ET
Arizona @ Chicago8:30 PM ET
Boston @ Los Angeles10:30 PM ET
   Fri 24Edmonton @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Calgary @ Florida7:30 PM ET
Ottawa @ Carolina7:30 PM ET
Arizona @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
   Sat 25Anaheim @ Los Angeles4:00 PM ET
Washington @ Nashville5:00 PM ET
NY Rangers @ New Jersey5:00 PM ET
NY Islanders @ Columbus5:00 PM ET
Montreal @ Toronto7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Pittsburgh8:00 PM ET
San Jose @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
Buffalo @ Colorado10:00 PM ET
   Sun 26Boston @ Dallas12:30 PM ET
Calgary @ Carolina3:00 PM ET
Edmonton @ Nashville5:00 PM ET
Columbus @ NY Rangers5:00 PM ET
St. Louis @ Chicago7:30 PM ET
Ottawa @ Florida7:30 PM ET
Buffalo @ Arizona8:30 PM ET
   Mon 27Montreal @ New Jersey7:00 PM ET
Ottawa @ Tampa Bay7:30 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
   Tue 28Arizona @ Boston7:00 PM ET
Nashville @ Buffalo7:00 PM ET
Washington @ NY Rangers7:00 PM ET
Colorado @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Columbus @ Montreal7:30 PM ET
Carolina @ Florida7:30 PM ET
Edmonton @ St. Louis8:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Winnipeg8:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Los Angeles @ Calgary9:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Vancouver10:00 PM ET
Toronto @ San Jose10:30 PM ET

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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

 

The FANFOOD Top 3 NBA team, the Celtics don’t need to make a major trade They obviously can, but things are moving in the right direction. San Antonio’s dropped back-to-back games for just the second time this season and the fourth time in two calendar years. With the top of the league as messy as it is, it’s not enough to budge them from their perch this month. If Steve Kerr wants to deploy his four stars together during the All-Star Game, he can. Just watch out because if Boogie or DeAndre Jordan sniffs a hint of how great it is to play with Warriors, a future Super Team is possible.

 

  1. Golden State Warriors
  2. San Antonio Spurs
  3. Boston Celtics
  4. Cleveland Cavaliers
  5. Houston Rockets
  6. Memphis Grizzlies
  7. Utah Jazz
  8. Washington Wizards
  9. Toronto Raptors
  10. Oklahoma City Thunder

 

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Wednesday, February 1
7:00 PM T’Wolves/Cavaliers ESPN
9:30 PM Bulls/Thunder ESPN

Thursday, February 2
8:00 PM Hawks/Rockets TNT
10:30 PM Warriors/Clippers TNT

Friday, February 3
8:00 PM Lakers/Celtics ESPN
10:30 PM Mavericks/Blazers ESPN

Saturday, February 4
8:30 PM Cavaliers/Knicks ABC

Sunday, February 5
2:00 PM Clippers/Celtics ABC

Monday, February 6
7:00 PM Lakers/Knicks TNT
9:30 PM Spurs/Grizzlies TNT

Wednesday, February 8
8:00 PM Clippers/Knicks ESPN
10:30 PM Bulls/Warriors ESPN

Thursday, February 9
8:00 PM Cavaliers/Thunder TNT
10:30 PM Celtics/Blazers TNT

Friday, February 10
8:00 PM Pacers/Wizards ESPN
10:30 PM Bulls/Suns ESPN

Saturday, February 11
8:30 PM Warriors/Thunder ABC

Sunday, February 12
3:30 PM Spurs/Knicks ABC

Monday, February 13
8:00 PM Spurs/Pacers TNT
10:30 PM Hawks/Blazers TNT

Wednesday, February 15
7:00 PM Pacers/Cavaliers ESPN
9:30 PM Knicks/Thunder ESPN

Thursday, February 16
8:00 PM Celtics/Bulls TNT

Thursday, February 23
8:00 PM Knicks/Cavaliers TNT
10:30 PM Clippers/Warriors TNT

Friday, February 24
8:00 PM Mavericks/T’Wolves ESPN
10:30 PM Spurs/Clippers ESPN

Saturday, February 25
8:30 PM Bulls/Cavaliers ABC

Monday, February 27
7:00 PM Raptors/Knicks TNT
9:30 PM Heat/Mavericks TNT

 

 

NBA – FULL Schedule – Feb’17:

 

FebruaryGameGame Time
   Wed 1Indiana @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Cleveland7:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Boston7:30 PM ET
New York @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Atlanta @ Miami7:30 PM ET
New Orleans @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Memphis @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Utah9:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Phoenix9:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Oklahoma City9:30 PM ET
Charlotte @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
   Thu 2L.A. Lakers @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Houston8:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ San Antonio8:30 PM ET
Golden State @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
   Fri 3Toronto @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Indiana @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Minnesota @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Houston8:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Boston8:00 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
Dallas @ Portland10:30 PM ET
   Sat 4New Orleans @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Orlando @ Atlanta7:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Miami7:30 PM ET
Cleveland @ New York8:30 PM ET
Charlotte @ Utah9:00 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Phoenix9:00 PM ET
Denver @ San Antonio9:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Minnesota9:00 PM ET
Golden State @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Sun 5Toronto @ Brooklyn12:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Boston2:00 PM ET
Portland @ Oklahoma City3:00 PM ET
   Mon 6L.A. Lakers @ New York7:00 PM ET
Cleveland @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Utah @ Atlanta7:30 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Phoenix @ New Orleans8:00 PM ET
Miami @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Denver9:00 PM ET
San Antonio @ Memphis9:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Tue 7Brooklyn @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Orlando @ Houston8:00 PM ET
Portland @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
   Wed 8San Antonio @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Cleveland @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Washington @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Denver @ Atlanta7:30 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Miami @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Utah @ New Orleans8:00 PM ET
Toronto @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ New York8:00 PM ET
Chicago @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
Boston @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Thu 9Houston @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Cleveland @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Utah @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Boston @ Portland10:30 PM ET
   Fri 10Miami @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Denver @ New York7:30 PM ET
San Antonio @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
Golden State @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
New Orleans @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Indiana @ Washington8:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Phoenix10:30 PM ET
   Sat 11L.A. Clippers @ Charlotte5:00 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Miami @ Philadelphia7:30 PM ET
Denver @ Cleveland7:30 PM ET
Golden State @ Oklahoma City8:30 PM ET
Orlando @ Dallas9:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Houston9:00 PM ET
Boston @ Utah10:00 PM ET
   Sun 12Chicago @ Minnesota3:30 PM ET
San Antonio @ New York3:30 PM ET
Detroit @ Toronto6:00 PM ET
New Orleans @ Sacramento9:00 PM ET
   Mon 13Philadelphia @ Charlotte7:00 PM ET
San Antonio @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Orlando @ Miami7:30 PM ET
Detroit @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
Oklahoma City @ Washington8:00 PM ET
Boston @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Golden State @ Denver9:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Utah9:00 PM ET
New Orleans @ Phoenix9:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Portland10:30 PM ET
   Tue 14Toronto @ Chicago8:00 PM ET
Cleveland @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Sacramento @ L.A. Lakers10:30 PM ET
   Wed 15San Antonio @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Indiana @ Cleveland7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Boston7:30 PM ET
Charlotte @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Brooklyn7:30 PM ET
Dallas @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
New Orleans @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Miami @ Houston8:00 PM ET
Minnesota @ Denver9:00 PM ET
Portland @ Utah9:00 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Phoenix9:00 PM ET
New York @ Oklahoma City9:30 PM ET
Atlanta @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
Sacramento @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
   Thu 16Washington @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Boston @ Chicago8:00 PM ET
   Fri 17World @ U.S.9:00 PM ET
   Sun 19Eastern @ Western8:00 PM ET
   Thu 23Portland @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Charlotte @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Houston @ New Orleans8:00 PM ET
New York @ Cleveland8:00 PM ET
L.A. Clippers @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
Denver @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Fri 24Washington @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Memphis @ Indiana7:00 PM ET
Boston @ Toronto7:30 PM ET
Phoenix @ Chicago8:00 PM ET
Utah @ Milwaukee8:00 PM ET
L.A. Lakers @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Dallas @ Minnesota8:00 PM ET
Miami @ Atlanta8:00 PM ET
Brooklyn @ Denver9:00 PM ET
San Antonio @ L.A. Clippers10:30 PM ET
   Sat 25Charlotte @ Sacramento5:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Orlando7:00 PM ET
Philadelphia @ New York7:30 PM ET
Indiana @ Miami8:00 PM ET
New Orleans @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Chicago @ Cleveland8:30 PM ET
Minnesota @ Houston9:00 PM ET
Brooklyn @ Golden State10:30 PM ET
   Sun 26San Antonio @ L.A. Lakers3:30 PM ET
Phoenix @ Milwaukee3:30 PM ET
Memphis @ Denver5:00 PM ET
Utah @ Washington5:00 PM ET
Portland @ Toronto6:00 PM ET
Boston @ Detroit6:00 PM ET
New Orleans @ Oklahoma City7:00 PM ET
Charlotte @ L.A. Clippers9:30 PM ET
   Mon 27Toronto @ New York7:00 PM ET
Golden State @ Philadelphia7:00 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Cleveland7:00 PM ET
Atlanta @ Boston7:30 PM ET
Miami @ Dallas8:30 PM ET
Indiana @ Houston9:30 PM ET
Minnesota @ Sacramento10:30 PM ET
   Tue 28Golden State @ Washington7:00 PM ET
Portland @ Detroit7:30 PM ET
Denver @ Chicago8:00 PM ET
Phoenix @ Memphis8:00 PM ET
Utah @ Oklahoma City8:00 PM ET
Charlotte @ L.A. Lakers10:30 PM ET

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 LINKS:

thescore.com/nba/news

allball.blogs.nba.com

nba-ball-dont-lie

sbnation.com/nba

basketballinsiders.com

ballislife.com/category/nba

lastwordonsports.com/category/basketball

cbssports.com/nba/eye-on-basketball

hangtime.blogs.nba.com/

 

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NBA All Star Game

| Feb. 17-19 | New Orleans

 

Below is a schedule of events for NBA All-Star 2017 in New Orleans, LA.

 

 

Friday, Feb. 17

All times Eastern (ET)

10:30 a.m. | BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge Practice | NBA TV
12 p.m. | All-Star media availability | NBA TV
7 p.m. | NBA All-Star Celebrity Game | ESPN
9 p.m. | BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge | TNT

 

Saturday, Feb. 18

All times Eastern (ET)

11 a.m. | Hall of Fame Announcement
12 p.m. | NBA All-Star Practice | NBA TV
2:30 p.m. | NBA D-League All-Star Game presented by Kumho Tire | NBA TV
7 p.m. | Commissioner Adam Silver media availability | NBA TV
8 p.m. State Farm All-Star Saturday Night | TNT

Taco Bell Skills Challenge (first event)
Three-Point Contest (second event)
Verizon Slam Dunk (third event)

 

Sunday, Feb. 19

All times Eastern (ET)

11 a.m. | NBA Legends Brunch | NBA TV coverage begins at 1 p.m. ET
8 p.m. 66th NBA All-Star Game | TNT

 

 

Links:

 

NBA All Star Weekend 2017

nba.com/allstar

twitter.com/NBAAllStar

 

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NCAA College Basketball

 

The last week of January gave college basketball fans something they were supposed to have to wait until next season for.

Madness, the sport’s defining trademark, was supposed to be tempered in 2016-17. The unpredictability and wide-openness of a year ago was supposed to have given way to a campaign of traditional powerhouses on a collision course with one another in regional finals and national semifinals.

Instead, as the calendar prepares to flip to February, we sit here once again with little to do but shrug our shoulders when presented with the sport’s biggest questions. Never was this uncertainty more prevalent than over the course of the week that came to an end on Sunday.

The numbers are staggering. Top 25 teams were defeated 16 times between Jan. 23 and Jan. 29, the largest total of any seven-day period this season. The most generous donors to that loss total came from the top 10, which was a collective 11-9 over the course of the week, with all but two of those losses coming to unranked opponents. The win total for the top 10 was also a bit inflated by the contributions of unbeaten Gonzaga, which defeated three West Coast Conference opponents that are a combined 26-40.

No. 1 lost to an unranked foe on the road, and then needed a last-second tip-in to win a home game against No. 12 Virginia. No. 2 fell about an hour after No. 1 went down on Tuesday night, and then went on the road to beat No. 4, which finished the week 0-2 after its own Tuesday road loss to an unranked team. No. 6 also went 0-2 on the week, while No. 8 went 0-1. No. 9 lost by 15 on the road to an unranked foe, and No. 10 rounded things out with a road loss to a league opponent that had entered the evening just one game above .500.

If this is all easier to process in list form, we can make that happen:

No. 1 Villanova - Lost at Marquette (74-72), beat No. 12 Virginia (61-59)
No. 2 Kansas - Lost at No. 18 West Virginia (85-69), won at No. 4 Kentucky (79-73)
No. 3 Gonzaga – Beat Portland, San Diego, and Pepperdine (all by a lot)
No. 4 Kentucky - Lost at Tennessee (82-80), lost to No. 2 Kansas (79-73)
No. 5 Baylor – Beat Texas Tech (65-61), won at Ole Miss (78-75)
No. 6 Florida State - Lost at Georgia Tech (78-56), lost at Syracuse (82-72)
No. 7 Arizona – Beat Washington State (79-62), beat Washington (77-66)
No. 8 UCLA - Lost at USC (84-76)
No. 9 North Carolina – Beat Virginia Tech (91-72), lost at Miami (77-62)
No. 10 Oregon – Won at Utah (73-67), lost at Colorado (74-65)

If there’s a point to all this madness, it’s this: A season that was supposed to have five or six teams that had separated themselves from the rest of the pack by February is instead going to have none.

Perhaps a handful of powerhouses will flex their collective muscles over the course of the next five weeks and clear things up for us. The more likely scenario is that the trail we’re convinced is the right one winds up taking us back through a route of scenery that appears suspiciously familiar.

With just a month of the regular season and a month of postseason madness to go, none of us really know anything. The confusion is even more beautiful when you’re not expecting it.

from sbnation.com

 

 

  1. Gonzaga
  2. Baylor
  3. Kansas
  4. Villanova
  5. Arizona
  6. Louisville
  7. West Virginia
  8. Kentucky
  9. Virginia
  10. Wisconsin

complete poll

 

Here is the FULL NCAA Men’s Basketball Schedule – Feb ’17:

 - Week 13 -

 

GameNetworkTime
Penn St. at IndianaBTN2/1/17 6:30 PM
Syracuse at NC StateESPN2 HD2/1/17 7:00 PM
Villanova at ProvidenceFS12/1/17 7:00 PM
UCF at HoustonESPNU HD2/1/17 7:00 PM
Alabama at ArkansasSEC Network2/1/17 7:00 PM
Richmond at VCUCBS Sports Network2/1/17 7:00 PM
Marquette at St. John’sFS22/1/17 7:00 PM
Georgia Tech at ClemsonACC RSNs2/1/17 7:00 PM
George Mason at Saint LouisFOX Sports Midwest2/1/17 7:00 PM
Colgate at Holy CrossCharter-MA2/1/17 7:00 PM
Wichita St. at DrakeCox-Kansas2/1/17 7:00 PM
North Dakota St. at IUPUIESPN32/1/17 7:00 PM
UMass Lowell at AlbanyESPN32/1/17 7:00 PM
UMBC at BinghamtonESPN32/1/17 7:00 PM
New Hampshire at Stony BrookESPN32/1/17 7:00 PM
Evansville at Indiana St.ESPN32/1/17 7:00 PM
Lafayette at ArmyCampus Insiders2/1/17 7:00 PM
American at BucknellCampus Insiders2/1/17 7:00 PM
Charleston Southern at UNC AshevilleBigSouthSports.com2/1/17 7:00 PM
Gardner-Webb at CampbellBigSouthSports.com2/1/17 7:00 PM
High Point at LongwoodBigSouthSports.com2/1/17 7:00 PM
Winthrop at RadfordBigSouthSports.com2/1/17 7:00 PM
Massachusetts at La SalleAtlantic10.com2/1/17 7:00 PM
TCU at Kansas St.ESPNEWS2/1/17 7:30 PM
Lehigh at Loyola (MD)Campus Insiders2/1/17 7:30 PM
Virginia Tech at VirginiaACC Network2/1/17 8:00 PM
Florida St. at Miami (FL)ACC Network2/1/17 8:00 PM
St. Bonaventure at DuquesneAmerican Sports Network2/1/17 8:00 PM
Western Illinois at South Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network2/1/17 8:00 PM
Denver at Oral RobertsESPN32/1/17 8:00 PM
Bradley at Southern IllinoisESPN32/1/17 8:00 PM
Southeast Missouri at Jacksonville St.OVCDigitalNetwork.com2/1/17 8:00 PM
Austin Peay at Eastern KentuckyOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/1/17 8:00 PM
Northwestern at PurdueBTN2/1/17 8:30 PM
UT Martin at Tennessee TechWCTE2/1/17 8:30 PM
Hou Baptist at TAMU Corpus ChristiGoIslanders.com2/1/17 8:30 PM
Baylor at KansasESPN2 HD2/1/17 9:00 PM
Seton Hall at XavierFS12/1/17 9:00 PM
Texas Tech at TexasESPNU HD2/1/17 9:00 PM
South Carolina at LSUSEC Network2/1/17 9:00 PM
Cincinnati at TulsaCBS Sports Network2/1/17 9:00 PM
UCLA at Washington St.Pac-12 Networks2/1/17 9:00 PM
Northern Iowa at Illinois St.MVC TV Network2/1/17 9:00 PM
Nevada at Utah St.ESPN32/1/17 9:00 PM
East Carolina at SMUESPNEWS2/1/17 9:30 PM
Air Force at Fresno St.ROOT Sports2/1/17 10:00 PM
Long Beach St. at CS NorthridgeESPN32/1/17 10:00 PM
USC at WashingtonESPNU HD2/1/17 11:00 PM
New Mexico at UNLVCBS Sports Network2/1/17 11:00 PM
Michigan St. at NebraskaESPN HD2/2/17 7:00 PM
Missouri at FloridaESPN2 HD2/2/17 7:00 PM
Bryant at Mount St. Mary’sESPNU HD2/2/17 7:00 PM
Memphis at USFESPNEWS2/2/17 7:00 PM
James Madison at ElonAmerican Sports Network2/2/17 7:00 PM
FAU at CharlotteUNC Charlotte TV2/2/17 7:00 PM
Wofford at The CitadelESPN32/2/17 7:00 PM
Furman at MercerESPN32/2/17 7:00 PM
Detroit at Cleveland St.ESPN32/2/17 7:00 PM
Oakland at Youngstown St.ESPN32/2/17 7:00 PM
East Tennessee St. at VMIESPN32/2/17 7:00 PM
Navy at Boston U.Campus Insiders2/2/17 7:00 PM
Robert Morris at LIU BrooklynNECFrontRow.com2/2/17 7:00 PM
Sacred Heart at Fairleigh DickinsonNECFrontRow.com2/2/17 7:00 PM
St. Francis (PA) at St. Francis (NY)NECFrontRow.com2/2/17 7:00 PM
Wagner at Central Connecticut St.NECFrontRow.com2/2/17 7:00 PM
Northeastern at William & MaryCAA.TV2/2/17 7:00 PM
Co of Charleston at UNC WilmingtonCAA.TV2/2/17 7:00 PM
Delaware at HofstraCAA.TV2/2/17 7:00 PM
UNC Greensboro at ChattanoogaESPN32/2/17 7:30 PM
Eastern Illinois at Tennessee St.CBS Sports Network2/2/17 8:00 PM
Western Kentucky at Louisiana TechbeIN Sports2/2/17 8:00 PM
Western Carolina at SamfordESPN32/2/17 8:00 PM
Niagara at FairfieldESPN32/2/17 8:00 PM
UIC at Green BayESPN32/2/17 8:00 PM
Valparaiso at MilwaukeeESPN32/2/17 8:00 PM
McNeese St. at Incarnate WordUIWCardinals.com2/2/17 8:30 PM
Arizona at Oregon St.ESPN2 HD2/2/17 9:00 PM
Belmont at Murray St.ESPNU HD2/2/17 9:00 PM
Utah at CaliforniaPac-12 Networks2/2/17 9:00 PM
Stephen F. Austin at Sam Houston St.American Sports Network2/2/17 9:00 PM
Southern Utah at Weber St.KJZZ2/2/17 9:00 PM
Northern Arizona at Idaho St.Eversport.TV2/2/17 9:00 PM
Sacramento St. at Eastern WashingtonEversport.TV2/2/17 9:00 PM
UAB at UTEPCBS Sports Network2/2/17 10:00 PM
Santa Clara at PortlandROOT Sports Northwest2/2/17 10:00 PM
Pepperdine at San FranciscoCampus Insiders2/2/17 10:00 PM
Loyola Marymount at San DiegoCampus Insiders2/2/17 10:00 PM
Portland St. at IdahoEversport.TV2/2/17 10:00 PM
CS Fullerton at UC Santa BarbaraBigWest.TV2/2/17 10:00 PM
Gonzaga at BYUESPN2 HD2/2/17 11:00 PM
Arizona St. at OregonFS12/2/17 11:00 PM
St. Mary’s at PacificESPNU HD2/2/17 11:00 PM
Colorado at StanfordPac-12 Networks2/2/17 11:00 PM
Hawai’i at UC RiversideESPN32/2/17 11:00 PM
UC Davis at Cal PolyBigWest.TV2/2/17 11:00 PM
Akron at OhioCBS Sports Network2/3/17 6:30 PM
W Michigan at Central Michigan
Toledo at Bowling Green
Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois
OR Kent St. at Miami (OH)
Rhode Island at DavidsonESPN2 HD2/3/17 7:00 PM
Iona at RiderESPNU HD2/3/17 7:00 PM
St. Peter’s at MonmouthESPN32/3/17 7:00 PM
Penn at HarvardESPN32/3/17 7:00 PM
Buffalo at Ball St.ESPNU HD2/3/17 9:00 PM
Wagner at Fairleigh DickinsonESPNU HD2/4/17 11:00 AM
Purdue at MarylandESPN HD2/4/17 12:00 PM
Virginia at SyracuseESPN2 HD2/4/17 12:00 PM
Seton Hall at GeorgetownFS12/4/17 12:00 PM
Akron at OhioCBS Sports Network2/4/17 12:00 PM
Western Michigan at Central Michigan
Toledo at Bowling Green
Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois
OR Kent St. at Miami (OH)
Longwood at Gardner-WebbAmerican Sports Network2/4/17 12:00 PM
Duquesne at DaytonNBCSN2/4/17 12:30 PM
Pittsburgh at DukeCBS HD2/4/17 1:00 PM
Rutgers at Penn St.ESPNU HD2/4/17 1:00 PM
Texas at TCUESPNEWS2/4/17 1:00 PM
Lehigh at AmericanCSN Mid Atlantic PLUS2/4/17 1:00 PM
Furman at The CitadelESPN32/4/17 1:00 PM
UMBC at MaineESPN32/4/17 1:00 PM
Connecticut at CincinnatiESPN HD2/4/17 2:00 PM
Georgia at South CarolinaESPN2 HD2/4/17 2:00 PM
Marquette at DePaulFS12/4/17 2:00 PM
Indiana St. at Northern IowaCBS Sports Network2/4/17 2:00 PM
Southern Illinois at Loyola (Chicago)MVC TV Network2/4/17 2:00 PM
Oakland at Cleveland St.American Sports Network2/4/17 2:00 PM
Tulane at East CarolinaAmerican Sports Network2/4/17 2:00 PM
Binghamton at UMass LowellESPN32/4/17 2:00 PM
Drake at BradleyESPN32/4/17 2:00 PM
Army at Loyola (MD)Campus Insiders2/4/17 2:00 PM
Navy at ColgateCampus Insiders2/4/17 2:00 PM
Campbell at WinthropBigSouthSports.com2/4/17 2:00 PM
UL-Lafayette at Georgia St.ESPN32/4/17 2:15 PM
George Washington at RichmondNBCSN2/4/17 2:30 PM
Xavier at CreightonFOX HD2/4/17 3:00 PM
Ole Miss at VanderbiltESPNU HD2/4/17 3:00 PM
Kansas St. at BaylorESPNEWS2/4/17 3:00 PM
Georgia Tech at Wake ForestACC RSNs2/4/17 3:00 PM
Louisville at Boston CollegeACC Network2/4/17 3:00 PM
Northern Colorado at North DakotaFOX Sports North2/4/17 3:00 PM
Miami (FL) at NC StateACC Network2/4/17 3:00 PM
South Dakota at North Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network2/4/17 3:00 PM
UIC at MilwaukeeESPN32/4/17 3:00 PM
Valparaiso at Green BayESPN32/4/17 3:00 PM
Tennessee at Mississippi St.SEC Network2/4/17 3:30 PM
Bryant at Sacred HeartNECFrontRow.com2/4/17 3:30 PM
Kentucky at FloridaESPN HD2/4/17 4:00 PM
Notre Dame at North CarolinaESPN2 HD2/4/17 4:00 PM
Minnesota at IllinoisBTN2/4/17 4:00 PM
VCU at St. BonaventureCBS Sports Network2/4/17 4:00 PM
William & Mary at TowsonNBC RSNs2/4/17 4:00 PM
UNC Greensboro at SamfordAmerican Sports Network2/4/17 4:00 PM
Akron at OhioBCSN2/4/17 4:00 PM
Western Michigan at Central Michigan
Toledo at Bowling Green
Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois
OR Kent St. at Miami (OH)
Missouri St. at EvansvilleKOZL2/4/17 4:00 PM
Wyoming at Air ForceCampus Insiders2/4/17 4:00 PM
Northeastern at James MadisonCAA.TV2/4/17 4:00 PM
Coppin St. at UMESYouTube.com2/4/17 4:00 PM
Cent Conn St. at Mount St. Mary’sNECFrontRow.com2/4/17 4:00 PM
Robert Morris at St. Francis (NY)NECFrontRow.com2/4/17 4:00 PM
Portland St. at Eastern WashingtonEversport.TV2/4/17 4:00 PM
Tennessee Tech at Eastern IllinoisWEIU2/4/17 4:15 PM
Utah at StanfordFS12/4/17 4:30 PM
Wofford at MercerESPN32/4/17 4:30 PM
Stephen F. Austin at Northwestern St.ESPN32/4/17 4:30 PM
USC Upstate at Kennesaw St.ESPN32/4/17 4:30 PM
St. Francis (PA) at LIU BrooklynNECFrontRow.com2/4/17 4:30 PM
Oklahoma St. at West VirginiaESPNU HD2/4/17 5:00 PM
Memphis at UCFESPNEWS2/4/17 5:00 PM
Jacksonville St. at SIU EdwardsvilleFOX Sports Midwest2/4/17 5:00 PM
Western Kentucky at Southern MissHilltopper Sports2/4/17 5:00 PM
UL-Monroe at Georgia SouthernWSAV-DT22/4/17 5:00 PM
Elon at College of CharlestonWCIV2/4/17 5:00 PM
NJIT at LipscombESPN32/4/17 5:00 PM
Western Carolina at ChattanoogaESPN32/4/17 5:00 PM
South Alabama at TroyESPN32/4/17 5:15 PM
Morehead St. at Southeast MissouriOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/4/17 5:15 PM
Oral Roberts at South Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network2/4/17 5:30 PM
Texas St. at UT ArlingtonSpectrum-TX2/4/17 5:30 PM
McNeese St. at LamarESPN32/4/17 5:30 PM
Presbyterian at Charleston SouthernBigSouthSports.com2/4/17 5:30 PM
Iowa St. at KansasESPN HD2/4/17 6:00 PM
Ohio St. at MichiganESPN2 HD2/4/17 6:00 PM
Arkansas at MissouriSEC Network2/4/17 6:00 PM
Colorado St. at UNLVCBS Sports Network2/4/17 6:00 PM
Arizona St. at Oregon St.Pac-12 Networks2/4/17 6:00 PM
San Jose St. at New MexicoROOT Sports2/4/17 6:00 PM
Fordham at St. Joseph’sAmerican Sports Network2/4/17 6:00 PM
Oklahoma at Texas TechESPNU HD2/4/17 7:00 PM
SMU at TulsaESPNEWS2/4/17 7:00 PM
La Salle at George MasonMASN2/4/17 7:00 PM
St. Mary’s at San DiegoWCC RSNs2/4/17 7:00 PM
Canisius at SienaSpectrum-NY2/4/17 7:00 PM
Northern Kentucky at Wright St.Spectrum-OH2/4/17 7:00 PM
Radford at LibertyFlames Sports2/4/17 7:00 PM
UNC Asheville at High PointESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
Penn at DartmouthESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
Princeton at HarvardESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
Detroit at Youngstown St.ESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
Stetson at UNFESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
Florida Gulf Coast at JacksonvilleESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
Stony Brook at AlbanyESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
Vermont at HartfordESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
San Diego St. at Fresno St.ESPN32/4/17 7:00 PM
Delaware at UNC WilmingtonCAA.TV2/4/17 7:00 PM
Drexel at HofstraCAA.TV2/4/17 7:00 PM
Eastern Kentucky at UT MartinOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/4/17 7:00 PM
Niagara at QuinnipiacQuinnipiacBobcats.com2/4/17 7:00 PM
Tennessee St. at Austin PeayGov TV2/4/17 7:30 PM
Illinois St. at Wichita St.ESPN2 HD2/4/17 8:00 PM
St. John’s at VillanovaCBS Sports Network2/4/17 8:00 PM
USC at Washington St.Pac-12 Networks2/4/17 8:00 PM
Middle Tennessee at UTEPAmerican Sports Network2/4/17 8:00 PM
UMKC at UT Rio Grande ValleySpectrum-TX2/4/17 8:00 PM
KSMO
Omaha at Western IllinoisESPN32/4/17 8:00 PM
Utah St. at Boise St.ESPN32/4/17 8:00 PM
Appalachian St. at Arkansas St.ESPN32/4/17 8:00 PM
Pacific at PepperdineCampus Insiders2/4/17 8:00 PM
North Carolina A&T at Saint LouisAtlantic10.com2/4/17 8:00 PM
Incarnate Word at Houston BaptistUStream.tv2/4/17 8:00 PM
Arizona at OregonESPN HD2/4/17 8:15 PM
Auburn at AlabamaSEC Network2/4/17 8:30 PM
Texas A&M at LSUESPNU HD2/4/17 9:00 PM
Portland at BYUBYUtv2/4/17 9:00 PM
CS Bakersfield at Grand CanyonKASW2/4/17 9:00 PM
Montana St. at MontanaCowles Media2/4/17 9:00 PM
Southern Utah at Idaho St.Eversport.TV2/4/17 9:00 PM
Northern Arizona at Weber St.Eversport.TV2/4/17 9:00 PM
UC Irvine at Long Beach St.ESPN2 HD2/4/17 10:00 PM
Utah Valley at SeattleAmerican Sports Network2/4/17 10:00 PM
Loyola Marymount at San FranciscoCampus Insiders2/4/17 10:00 PM
Sacramento St. at IdahoEversport.TV2/4/17 10:00 PM
UC Davis at UC Santa BarbaraBigWest.TV2/4/17 10:00 PM
UC Riverside at Cal PolyBigWest.TV2/4/17 10:00 PM
UCLA at WashingtonPac-12 Networks2/4/17 10:30 PM
Hawai’i at CS NorthridgePrime Ticket2/4/17 10:30 PM
Santa Clara at GonzagaESPNU HD2/4/17 11:00 PM
Lafayette at Boston U.CBS Sports Network2/5/17 12:00 PM
Clemson at Florida St.ESPNU HD2/5/17 12:30 PM
Indiana at WisconsinCBS HD2/5/17 1:00 PM
USF at TempleAmerican Sports Network2/5/17 1:00 PM
Nebraska at IowaBTN2/5/17 2:00 PM
Colorado at CaliforniaESPNU HD2/5/17 4:30 PM

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 - Week 14 -

 

GameNetworkTime
Louisville at VirginiaESPN HD2/6/17 7:00 PM
Holy Cross at BucknellCBS Sports Network2/6/17 7:00 PM
East Tennessee St. at WoffordAmerican Sports Network2/6/17 7:00 PM
Albany at New HampshireESPN32/6/17 7:00 PM
Hartford at MaineESPN32/6/17 7:00 PM
UL-Lafayette at Georgia SouthernESPN32/6/17 7:00 PM
UL-Monroe at Georgia St.ESPN32/6/17 7:00 PM
UMass Lowell at Stony BrookESPN32/6/17 7:00 PM
NC Central at Coppin St.UStream.TV2/6/17 7:30 PM
Kansas at Kansas St.ESPN HD2/6/17 9:00 PM
Jackson St. at SouthernESPNU HD2/6/17 9:00 PM
Appalachian St. at Little RockAmerican Sports Network2/6/17 9:00 PM
Maryland at Penn St.BTN2/7/17 6:00 PM
Ball St. at AkronAmerican Sports Network2/7/17 6:00 PM
Alabama at South CarolinaSEC Network2/7/17 6:30 PM
LSU at KentuckyESPN HD2/7/17 7:00 PM
Florida at GeorgiaESPN2 HD2/7/17 7:00 PM
Georgetown at VillanovaFS12/7/17 7:00 PM
Tulsa at MemphisESPNU HD2/7/17 7:00 PM
Wake Forest at Notre DameESPNEWS2/7/17 7:00 PM
Rhode Island at MassachusettsCBS Sports Network2/7/17 7:00 PM
Eastern Michigan at ToledoBCSN2/7/17 7:00 PM
Princeton at PennCSN Philadelphia2/7/17 7:00 PM
Siena at IonaESPN32/7/17 7:00 PM
Central Michigan at OhioESPN32/7/17 7:00 PM
Western Michigan at Miami (OH)ESPN32/7/17 7:00 PM
Northern Illinois at BuffaloESPN32/7/17 7:00 PM
Bowling Green at Kent St.KentStateSports.com2/7/17 7:00 PM
Tusculum at Georgia TechACC Network Extra2/7/17 7:30 PM
Illinois at NorthwesternBTN2/7/17 8:00 PM
Syracuse at ClemsonACC Network2/7/17 8:00 PM
St. Joseph’s at DaytonAmerican Sports Network2/7/17 8:00 PM
Illinois St. at DrakeMediacom-Iowa2/7/17 8:00 PM
Vanderbilt at ArkansasSEC Network2/7/17 8:30 PM
Michigan St. at MichiganESPN HD2/7/17 9:00 PM
Iowa St. at TexasESPN2 HD2/7/17 9:00 PM
Mississippi St. at AuburnESPNU HD2/7/17 9:00 PM
Texas Tech at TCUESPNEWS2/7/17 9:00 PM
Butler at MarquetteCBS Sports Network2/7/17 9:00 PM
Utah St. at Colorado St.ROOT Sports2/7/17 9:00 PM
San Diego St. at San Jose St.CBS Sports Network2/7/17 11:00 PM
DePaul at XavierFS12/8/17 6:30 PM
Ole Miss at TennesseeSEC Network2/8/17 6:30 PM
NC State at Florida St.ESPN2 HD2/8/17 7:00 PM
Baylor at Oklahoma St.ESPNU HD2/8/17 7:00 PM
Rutgers at Ohio St.BTN2/8/17 7:00 PM
USF at ConnecticutCBS Sports Network2/8/17 7:00 PM
Pittsburgh at Boston CollegeACC RSNs2/8/17 7:00 PM
Saint Louis at St. BonaventureSpectrum-NY2/8/17 7:00 PM
FOX Sports Midwest
George Mason at DavidsonAmerican Sports Network2/8/17 7:00 PM
Holy Cross at LafayetteLafayette Sports2/8/17 7:00 PM
Bucknell at LehighService Electric-PA2/8/17 7:00 PM
South Dakota at Fort WayneWANE-DT22/8/17 7:00 PM
Army at ColgateCampus Insiders2/8/17 7:00 PM
Loyola (MD) at NavyCampus Insiders2/8/17 7:00 PM
Murray St. at Morehead St.OVCDigitalNetwork.com2/8/17 7:00 PM
La Salle at FordhamAtlantic10.com2/8/17 7:00 PM
Boston U. at AmericanCampus Insiders2/8/17 7:30 PM
Houston at TulaneESPNEWS2/8/17 8:00 PM
Loyola (Chicago) at EvansvilleESPN32/8/17 8:00 PM
Southern Illinois at Northern IowaESPN32/8/17 8:00 PM
Western Illinois at Oral RobertsESPN32/8/17 8:00 PM
SE Louisiana at TAMU Corpus ChristiGoIslanders.com2/8/17 8:00 PM
Providence at Seton HallFS12/8/17 8:30 PM
Missouri at Texas A&MSEC Network2/8/17 8:30 PM
West Virginia at OklahomaESPN2 HD2/8/17 9:00 PM
UCF at CincinnatiESPNU HD2/8/17 9:00 PM
Iowa at MinnesotaBTN2/8/17 9:00 PM
VCU at George WashingtonCBS Sports Network2/8/17 9:00 PM
Virginia Tech at Miami (FL)ACC RSNs2/8/17 9:00 PM
New Mexico at Air ForceROOT Sports2/8/17 9:00 PM
Indiana St. at BradleyMVC TV Network2/8/17 9:00 PM
Fresno St. at WyomingCampus Insiders2/8/17 9:00 PM
UC Santa Barbara at UC IrvineESPN32/8/17 10:00 PM
CS Fullerton at UC DavisBigWest.TV2/8/17 10:00 PM
Stanford at ArizonaFS12/8/17 11:00 PM
California at Arizona St.ESPNU HD2/8/17 11:00 PM
UNLV at NevadaCBS Sports Network2/8/17 11:00 PM
Central Connecticut St. at FDUESPN32/9/17 5:00 PM
Purdue at IndianaESPN2 HD2/9/17 7:00 PM
Charleston Southern at RadfordESPNU HD2/9/17 7:00 PM
High Point at Presbyterian
Liberty at Gardner-Webb
Longwood at Campbell
OR Winthrop at UNC Asheville
Belmont at Jacksonville St.CBS Sports Network2/9/17 7:00 PM
Milwaukee at Wright St.American Sports Network2/9/17 7:00 PM
Wagner at St. Francis (PA)NEC TV2/9/17 7:00 PM
Chattanooga at FurmanESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
Samford at WoffordESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
The Citadel at East Tennessee St.ESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
NJIT at UNFESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
USC Upstate at JacksonvilleESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
Mercer at VMIESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
Hartford at UMBCESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
Kennesaw St. at StetsonESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
Lipscomb at Florida Gulf CoastESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
Maine at UMass LowellESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
Albany at BinghamtonESPN32/9/17 7:00 PM
William & Mary at DrexelCAA.TV2/9/17 7:00 PM
James Madison at UNC WilmingtonCAA.TV2/9/17 7:00 PM
Northeastern at College of CharlestonCAA.TV2/9/17 7:00 PM
LIU Brooklyn at BryantNECFrontRow.com2/9/17 7:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s at Robert MorrisNECFrontRow.com2/9/17 7:00 PM
Tennessee St. at Tennessee TechOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/9/17 7:00 PM
Green Bay at Northern KentuckySpectrum-OH2/9/17 7:30 PM
Utah Valley at UMKCWACSports.com2/9/17 7:30 PM
North Carolina at DukeESPN HD2/9/17 8:00 PM
ACC Network
Old Dominion at Middle TennesseebeIN Sports2/9/17 8:00 PM
Southeast Missouri at SIU EdwardsvilleFOX Sports Midwest PLUS2/9/17 8:00 PM
Youngstown St. at UICCSN Chicago2/9/17 8:00 PM
Southern Miss at UTSASpectrum-TX2/9/17 8:00 PM
Eastern Washington at North DakotaMidCo Sports Net2/9/17 8:00 PM
St. Peter’s at QuinnipiacESPN32/9/17 8:00 PM
Cleveland St. at ValparaisoESPN32/9/17 8:00 PM
Charlotte at UABCampus Insiders2/9/17 8:00 PM
UT Martin at Eastern IllinoisOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/9/17 8:00 PM
Montana St. at Northern ArizonaNAU TV2/9/17 8:30 PM
Sam Houston St. at LamarESPN32/9/17 8:30 PM
Montana at Southern UtahEversport.TV2/9/17 8:30 PM
SMU at TempleESPN2 HD2/9/17 9:00 PM
New Hampshire at VermontESPNU HD2/9/17 9:00 PM
Wisconsin at NebraskaBTN2/9/17 9:00 PM
Missouri St. at Wichita St.CBS Sports Network2/9/17 9:00 PM
Washington St. at UtahPac-12 Networks2/9/17 9:00 PM
Incarnate Word at Stephen F. AustinAmerican Sports Network2/9/17 9:00 PM
St. Francis (NY) at Sacred HeartNEC TV2/9/17 9:00 PM
South Dakota St. at North Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network2/9/17 9:00 PM
UT Rio Grande Valley at Grand CanyonCox-Arizona2/9/17 9:00 PM
Idaho at Northern ColoradoEversport.TV2/9/17 9:00 PM
Oregon at UCLAESPN HD2/9/17 10:00 PM
Washington at ColoradoFS12/9/17 10:00 PM
Gonzaga at Loyola MarymountSpectrum SportsNet2/9/17 10:00 PM
Long Beach St. at UC RiversideESPN32/9/17 10:00 PM
Portland at St. Mary’sCampus Insiders2/9/17 10:00 PM
San Diego at PacificCampus Insiders2/9/17 10:00 PM
New Mexico St. at CS BakersfieldWACSports.com2/9/17 10:00 PM
Weber St. at Sacramento St.Eversport.TV2/9/17 10:00 PM
Idaho St. at Portland St.Eversport.TV2/9/17 10:00 PM
BYU at PepperdineESPNU HD2/9/17 11:00 PM
Oregon St. at USCPac-12 Networks2/9/17 11:00 PM
Santa Clara at San FranciscoCSN Bay Area2/9/17 11:00 PM
Cal Poly at Hawai’iOC Sports2/9/17 11:59 PM
Akron at Eastern MichiganCBS Sports Network2/10/17 6:30 PM
Central Michigan at Miami (OH)
NO Illinois at Western Michigan
Ohio at Ball St.
Kent St. at Toledo
OR Buffalo at Bowling Green
Dayton at Rhode IslandESPN2 HD2/10/17 7:00 PM
Akron at Eastern MichiganESPNU HD2/10/17 7:00 PM
Central Michigan at Miami (OH)
Northern Illinois at Western Michigan
Ohio at Ball St.
Kent St. at Toledo
OR Buffalo at Bowling Green
Oakland at DetroitWADL2/10/17 7:00 PM
Cornell at PrincetonESPN32/10/17 7:00 PM
Columbia at PennESPN32/10/17 7:00 PM
Harvard at BrownESPN32/10/17 7:00 PM
Dartmouth at YaleESPN32/10/17 7:00 PM
Niagara at CanisiusESPNU HD2/10/17 9:00 PM
or
Monmouth at Manhattan
Niagara at CanisiusESPN32/10/17 9:00 PM
or
Monmouth at Manhattan
Marquette at GeorgetownFOX HD2/11/17 12:00 PM
Texas A&M at FloridaESPN HD2/11/17 12:00 PM
Kansas St. at West VirginiaESPN2 HD2/11/17 12:00 PM
Minnesota at RutgersESPNU HD2/11/17 12:00 PM
Seton Hall at St. John’sCBS Sports Network2/11/17 12:00 PM
NC State at Wake ForestACC RSNs2/11/17 12:00 PM
Gardner-Webb at WinthropAmerican Sports Network2/11/17 12:00 PM
Loyola (MD) at Boston U.American Sports Network2/11/17 12:00 PM
Kentucky at AlabamaCBS HD2/11/17 1:00 PM
Clemson at DukeACC Network2/11/17 1:00 PM
Syracuse at PittsburghACC Network2/11/17 1:00 PM
The Citadel at VMIESPN32/11/17 1:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s at St. Francis (PA)NECFrontRow.com2/11/17 1:00 PM
Kansas at Texas TechESPN HD2/11/17 2:00 PM
Florida St. at Notre DameESPN2 HD2/11/17 2:00 PM
Creighton at DePaulFS12/11/17 2:00 PM
TCU at BaylorESPNU HD2/11/17 2:00 PM
Penn St. at IllinoisBTN2/11/17 2:00 PM
Akron at Eastern MichiganCBS Sports Network2/11/17 2:00 PM
Central Michigan at Miami (OH)
Northern Illinois at Western Michigan
Ohio at Ball St.
Kent St. at Toledo
OR Buffalo at Bowling Green
College of Charleston at William & MaryNBC RSNs2/11/17 2:00 PM
UT Martin at SIU EdwardsvilleFOX Sports Midwest2/11/17 2:00 PM
Southeast Missouri at Eastern IllinoisAmerican Sports Network2/11/17 2:00 PM
South Dakota St. at South DakotaMidCo Sports Network2/11/17 2:00 PM
UNC Greensboro at Western CarolinaESPN32/11/17 2:00 PM
Charleston Southern at LibertyESPN32/11/17 2:00 PM
Drake at Indiana St.ESPN32/11/17 2:00 PM
Richmond at La SalleAtlantic10.com2/11/17 2:00 PM
Villanova at XavierFOX HD2/11/17 2:30 PM
Massachusetts at St. Joseph’sNBCSN2/11/17 2:30 PM
Denver at North Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network2/11/17 3:00 PM
American at ArmyCampus Insiders2/11/17 3:00 PM
Utah Valley at Chicago St.WACSports.com2/11/17 3:00 PM
Vanderbilt at MissouriSEC Network2/11/17 3:30 PM
Georgia St. at Appalachian St.ESPN32/11/17 3:30 PM
Central Connecticut St. at Sacred HeartNECFrontRow.com2/11/17 3:30 PM
Ohio St. at MarylandESPN HD2/11/17 4:00 PM
Texas at Oklahoma St.ESPN2 HD2/11/17 4:00 PM
Georgia at TennesseeESPNU HD2/11/17 4:00 PM
Butler at ProvidenceCBS Sports Network2/11/17 4:00 PM
Evansville at Southern IllinoisMVC TV Network2/11/17 4:00 PM
Portland at Loyola MarymountWCC RSNs2/11/17 4:00 PM
UNC Wilmington at ElonAmerican Sports Network2/11/17 4:00 PM
Akron at Eastern MichiganBCSN2/11/17 4:00 PM
Central Michigan at Miami (OH)
Northern Illinois at Western Michigan
Ohio at Ball St.
Kent St. at Toledo
OR Buffalo at Bowling Green
Mercer at East Tennessee St.ESPN32/11/17 4:00 PM
Samford at FurmanESPN32/11/17 4:00 PM
Cleveland St. at UICESPN32/11/17 4:00 PM
Fresno St. at Colorado St.ESPN32/11/17 4:00 PM
Lipscomb at StetsonESPN32/11/17 4:00 PM
E Washington at Northern ColoradoEversport.TV2/11/17 4:00 PM
Towson at DrexelCAA.TV2/11/17 4:00 PM
Delaware at James MadisonCAA.TV2/11/17 4:00 PM
Wagner at Robert MorrisNECFrontRow.com2/11/17 4:00 PM
St. Francis (NY) at BryantNECFrontRow.com2/11/17 4:00 PM
Montana St. at Southern UtahEversport.TV2/11/17 4:00 PM
Bethune-Cookman at Coppin St.UStream.TV2/11/17 4:00 PM
Washington at UtahFS12/11/17 4:30 PM
St. Bonaventure at George WashingtonNBCSN2/11/17 4:30 PM
TAMU Corpus Christi at McNeese St.ROOT Sports Southwest2/11/17 4:30 PM
Campbell at PresbyterianBigSouthSports.com2/11/17 4:30 PM
Fairleigh Dickinson at LIU BrooklynNECFrontRow.com2/11/17 4:30 PM
Idaho at North DakotaFOX Sports North2/11/17 5:00 PM
UNC Asheville at LongwoodBigSouthSports.com2/11/17 5:00 PM
Boston College at Georgia TechACC RSNs2/11/17 5:30 PM
Tennessee St. at Jacksonville St.OVCDigitalNetwork.com2/11/17 5:30 PM
Miami (FL) at LouisvilleESPN HD2/11/17 6:00 PM
Oklahoma at Iowa St.ESPN2 HD2/11/17 6:00 PM
Houston at TulsaESPNU HD2/11/17 6:00 PM
Auburn at Ole MissSEC Network2/11/17 6:00 PM
Iowa at Michigan St.BTN2/11/17 6:00 PM
Connecticut at UCFCBS Sports Network2/11/17 6:00 PM
Air Force at Boise St.ROOT Sports2/11/17 6:00 PM
Fordham at George MasonAmerican Sports Network2/11/17 6:00 PM
Marshall at Western KentuckyHilltopper Sports2/11/17 6:00 PM
Charlotte at Middle TennesseeCampus Insiders2/11/17 6:00 PM
San Jose St. at UNLVCampus Insiders2/11/17 6:00 PM
New Orleans at Southeastern LouisianaESPN32/11/17 6:30 PM
Prairie View A&M at Jackson St.LiveStream.com2/11/17 6:30 PM
Omaha at Fort WayneWANE-DT22/11/17 7:00 PM
Lafayette at NavyLafayette Sports2/11/17 7:00 PM
Green Bay at Wright St.Spectrum-OH2/11/17 7:00 PM
Milwaukee at Northern KentuckyESPN32/11/17 7:00 PM
USC Upstate at UNFESPN32/11/17 7:00 PM
Kennesaw St. at Florida Gulf CoastESPN32/11/17 7:00 PM
NJIT at JacksonvilleESPN32/11/17 7:00 PM
Chattanooga at WoffordESPN32/11/17 7:00 PM
Oral Roberts at IUPUIESPN32/11/17 7:00 PM
Harvard at YaleESPN32/11/17 7:00 PM
Radford at High PointBigSouthSports.com2/11/17 7:00 PM
Morehead St. at Eastern KentuckyOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/11/17 7:00 PM
Hofstra at NortheasternCAA.TV2/11/17 7:00 PM
South Carolina at Mississippi St.ESPN2 HD2/11/17 8:00 PM
East Carolina at USFESPNU HD2/11/17 8:00 PM
Davidson at VCUCBS Sports Network2/11/17 8:00 PM
Stanford at Arizona St.Pac-12 Networks2/11/17 8:00 PM
Old Dominion at UABAmerican Sports Network2/11/17 8:00 PM
Duquesne at Saint LouisFOX Sports Midwest PLUS2/11/17 8:00 PM
Youngstown St. at ValparaisoESPN32/11/17 8:00 PM
UC Riverside at UC DavisBigWest.TV2/11/17 8:00 PM
Austin Peay at Murray St.OVCDigitalNetwork.com2/11/17 8:00 PM
Lamar at Houston BaptistUStream.tv2/11/17 8:00 PM
California at ArizonaESPN HD2/11/17 8:15 PM
Troy at UL-LafayetteESPN32/11/17 8:15 PM
Arkansas at LSUSEC Network2/11/17 8:30 PM
Belmont at Tennessee TechWCTE2/11/17 8:30 PM
New Mexico St. at Grand CanyonKTVK2/11/17 9:00 PM
Pepperdine at San DiegoSpectrum SportsNet2/11/17 9:00 PM
Wyoming at Utah St.Campus Insiders2/11/17 9:00 PM
Montana at Northern ArizonaNAU TV2/11/17 9:30 PM
Gonzaga at St. Mary’sESPN2 HD2/11/17 10:00 PM
Bradley at Illinois St.ESPNU HD2/11/17 10:00 PM
Santa Clara at PacificCampus Insiders2/11/17 10:00 PM
Weber St. at Portland St.Eversport.TV2/11/17 10:00 PM
Idaho St. at Sacramento St.Eversport.TV2/11/17 10:00 PM
UT Rio Grande Valley at CS BakersfieldYouTube.com2/11/17 10:00 PM
Oregon at USCPac-12 Networks2/11/17 10:30 PM
UC Santa Barbara at CS NorthridgePrime Ticket2/11/17 10:30 PM
Long Beach St. at CS FullertonESPN32/11/17 10:30 PM
BYU at San FranciscoCSN California2/11/17 11:00 PM
UC Irvine at Hawai’iOC Sports2/12/17 12:30 AM
Lehigh at Holy CrossCBS Sports Network2/12/17 12:00 PM
Vermont at UMBCESPN32/12/17 1:00 PM
Michigan at IndianaCBS HD2/12/17 1:00 PM
Cornell at PennAmerican Sports Network2/12/17 1:00 PM
Temple at MemphisCBS Sports Network2/12/17 2:00 PM
Iona at NiagaraSpectrum-NY2/12/17 2:00 PM
UMass Lowell at HartfordESPN32/12/17 2:00 PM
New Hampshire at BinghamtonESPN32/12/17 2:00 PM
Maine at Stony BrookESPN32/12/17 2:00 PM
Cincinnati at SMUESPN HD2/12/17 4:00 PM
Northern Iowa at Missouri St.ESPNU HD2/12/17 4:00 PM
OR
Wichita St. at Loyola (Chicago)
Nevada at San Diego St.CBS Sports Network2/12/17 4:00 PM
Northern Iowa at Missouri St.ESPN32/12/17 4:00 PM
OR
Wichita St. at Loyola (Chicago)
Oregon St. at UCLAFS12/12/17 5:00 PM
Virginia at Virginia TechESPNU HD2/12/17 6:30 PM
Northwestern at WisconsinBTN2/12/17 6:30 PM
Washington St. at ColoradoESPNU HD2/12/17 8:30 PM

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 - Week 15 -

 

GameNetworkTime
Louisville at SyracuseESPN HD2/13/17 7:00 PM
Baylor at Texas TechESPNU HD2/13/17 7:00 PM
Colgate at BucknellCBS Sports Network2/13/17 7:00 PM
Furman at VMIAmerican Sports Network2/13/17 7:00 PM
Monmouth at SienaSpectrum-NY2/13/17 7:00 PM
Rider at FairfieldESPN32/13/17 7:00 PM
Georgia Southern at Appalachian St.ESPN32/13/17 7:00 PM
Delaware St. at Coppin St.UStream.TV2/13/17 7:30 PM
Bethune-Cookman at UMESYouTube.com2/13/17 7:30 PM
Arkansas St. at Texas St.Spectrum-TX2/13/17 8:00 PM
South Alabama at UL-LafayetteRaginCajuns.com2/13/17 8:00 PM
Texas Southern at Jackson St.LiveStream.com2/13/17 8:30 PM
West Virginia at KansasESPN HD2/13/17 9:00 PM
Morgan St. at HowardESPNU HD2/13/17 9:00 PM
Villanova at DePaulCBS Sports Network2/13/17 9:00 PM
Little Rock at UT ArlingtonAmerican Sports Network2/13/17 9:00 PM
St. Joseph’s at VCUCBS Sports Network2/14/17 6:00 PM
Tennessee at KentuckyESPN HD2/14/17 7:00 PM
Virginia Tech at PittsburghESPN2 HD2/14/17 7:00 PM
Notre Dame at Boston CollegeESPNU HD2/14/17 7:00 PM
Tulsa at UCFESPNEWS2/14/17 7:00 PM
Florida at AuburnSEC Network2/14/17 7:00 PM
Rutgers at PurdueBTN2/14/17 7:00 PM
Wake Forest at ClemsonACC RSNs2/14/17 7:00 PM
Richmond at George MasonMASN2/14/17 7:00 PM
Buffalo at Central MichiganAmerican Sports Network2/14/17 7:00 PM
Toledo at AkronBCSN2/14/17 7:00 PM
High Point at LibertyFlames Sports2/14/17 7:00 PM
Bowling Green at W MichiganESPN32/14/17 7:00 PM
Ohio at Eastern MichiganESPN32/14/17 7:00 PM
Iona at CanisiusESPN32/14/17 7:00 PM
Miami (OH) at Kent St.KentStateSports.com2/14/17 7:00 PM
Dayton at Saint LouisCBS Sports Network2/14/17 8:00 PM
Drake at EvansvilleESPN32/14/17 8:00 PM
Denver at Western IllinoisESPN32/14/17 8:00 PM
Ohio St. at Michigan St.ESPN HD2/14/17 9:00 PM
Texas at OklahomaESPN2 HD2/14/17 9:00 PM
Mississippi St. at GeorgiaESPNU HD2/14/17 9:00 PM
LSU at Ole MissSEC Network2/14/17 9:00 PM
Penn St. at NebraskaBTN2/14/17 9:00 PM
Colorado St. at WyomingROOT Sports2/14/17 9:00 PM
Ball St. at Northern IllinoisAmerican Sports Network2/14/17 9:00 PM
Boise St. at New MexicoCBS Sports Network2/14/17 10:00 PM
LIU Brooklyn at St. Francis (NY)CBS Sports Network2/15/17 6:00 PM
Xavier at ProvidenceFS12/15/17 6:30 PM
Arkansas at South CarolinaSEC Network2/15/17 6:30 PM
Iowa St. at Kansas St.ESPN2 HD2/15/17 7:00 PM
Cincinnati at USFESPNU HD2/15/17 7:00 PM
Temple at East CarolinaESPNEWS2/15/17 7:00 PM
Maryland at NorthwesternBTN2/15/17 7:00 PM
George Washington at DavidsonAmerican Sports Network2/15/17 7:00 PM
La Salle at St. BonaventureSpectrum-NY2/15/17 7:00 PM
Wichita St. at Southern IllinoisCox-Kansas2/15/17 7:00 PM
Navy at LehighService Electric-PA2/15/17 7:00 PM
American at LafayetteLafayette Sports2/15/17 7:00 PM
North Dakota St. at Fort WayneWANE-DT22/15/17 7:00 PM
Fordham at Rhode IslandWNAC-DT22/15/17 7:00 PM
UMBC at AlbanyESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Vermont at UMass LowellESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Maine at New HampshireESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Stony Brook at HartfordESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Chattanooga at VMIESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Furman at Western CarolinaESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Samford at East Tennessee St.ESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Wofford at UNC GreensboroESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Radford at Gardner-WebbESPN32/15/17 7:00 PM
Army at Holy CrossCampus Insiders2/15/17 7:00 PM
Boston U. at ColgateCampus Insiders2/15/17 7:00 PM
Winthrop at LongwoodBigSouthSports.com2/15/17 7:00 PM
Presbyterian at UNC AshevilleBigSouthSports.com2/15/17 7:00 PM
Massachusetts at DuquesneFacebook Live2/15/17 7:00 PM
Bucknell at Loyola (MD)Campus Insiders2/15/17 7:30 PM
Campbell at Charleston SouthernBigSouthSports.com2/15/17 7:30 PM
Creighton at Seton HallCBS Sports Network2/15/17 8:00 PM
North Carolina at NC StateACC Network2/15/17 8:00 PM
Georgia Tech at Miami (FL)ACC Network2/15/17 8:00 PM
Bradley at Northern IowaPanther Sports2/15/17 8:00 PM
Indiana St. at Loyola (Chicago)ESPN32/15/17 8:00 PM
St. John’s at ButlerFS12/15/17 8:30 PM
Alabama at MissouriSEC Network2/15/17 8:30 PM
TAMU CC at Incarnate WordUIWCardinals.com2/15/17 8:30 PM
Duke at VirginiaESPN2 HD2/15/17 9:00 PM
Oklahoma St. at TCUESPNU HD2/15/17 9:00 PM
Indiana at MinnesotaBTN2/15/17 9:00 PM
Illinois St. at Missouri St.MVC TV Network2/15/17 9:00 PM
Tulane at SMUAmerican Sports Network2/15/17 9:00 PM
Nevada at Air ForceESPN32/15/17 9:00 PM
San Diego St. at Utah St.CBS Sports Network2/15/17 10:00 PM
Cal Poly at CS NorthridgeESPN32/15/17 10:00 PM
San Jose St. at Fresno St.Campus Insiders2/15/17 10:00 PM
Wisconsin at MichiganESPN HD2/16/17 7:00 PM
Texas A&M at VanderbiltESPN2 HD2/16/17 7:00 PM
SIU Edwardsville at Murray St.ESPNU HD2/16/17 7:00 PM
UAB at MarshallCBS Sports Network2/16/17 7:00 PM
College of Charleston at HofstraAmerican Sports Network2/16/17 7:00 PM
Manhattan at SienaSpectrum-NY2/16/17 7:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s at WagnerESPN32/16/17 7:00 PM
Florida Gulf Coast at NJITESPN32/16/17 7:00 PM
Jacksonville at Kennesaw St.ESPN32/16/17 7:00 PM
Stetson at USC UpstateESPN32/16/17 7:00 PM
UNC Wilmington at NortheasternCAA.TV2/16/17 7:00 PM
William & Mary at James MadisonCAA.TV2/16/17 7:00 PM
Robert Morris at BryantNECFrontRow.com2/16/17 7:00 PM
Fairleigh Dickinson at Sacred HeartNECFrontRow.com2/16/17 7:00 PM
St. Francis (PA) at Cent CONN St.NECFrontRow.com2/16/17 7:00 PM
UNF at LipscombESPN32/16/17 7:30 PM
Northern Kentucky at Cleveland St.Spectrum-OH2/16/17 7:45 PM
Wright St. at Youngstown St.ESPN32/16/17 7:45 PM
UTEP at North TexasbeIN Sports2/16/17 8:00 PM
Sam Houston St. at Houston BaptistROOT Sports Southwest2/16/17 8:00 PM
Eastern Illinois at Austin PeayGov TV2/16/17 8:00 PM
Niagara at MonmouthESPN32/16/17 8:00 PM
Eastern Kentucky at BelmontOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/16/17 8:00 PM
Memphis at ConnecticutESPN HD2/16/17 9:00 PM
Utah at OregonESPN2 HD2/16/17 9:00 PM
Arizona at Washington St.FS12/16/17 9:00 PM
Morehead St. at Tennessee St.ESPNU HD2/16/17 9:00 PM
Middle Tenn at Western KentuckyCBS Sports Network2/16/17 9:00 PM
Colorado at Oregon St.Pac-12 Networks2/16/17 9:00 PM
SE Louisiana at Northwestern St.American Sports Network2/16/17 9:00 PM
CS Bakersfield at Utah ValleyUVU TV2/16/17 9:00 PM
San Francisco at GonzagaKHQ2/16/17 9:00 PM
Lamar at Stephen F. AustinESPN32/16/17 9:00 PM
North Dakota at Idaho St.Eversport.TV2/16/17 9:00 PM
Portland St. at Montana St.Eversport.TV2/16/17 9:00 PM
Sacramento St. at MontanaEversport.TV2/16/17 9:00 PM
Northern Colorado at Weber St.Eversport.TV2/16/17 9:00 PM
UC Davis at Long Beach St.ESPN32/16/17 10:00 PM
Pacific at PortlandCampus Insiders2/16/17 10:00 PM
Pepperdine at Santa ClaraCampus Insiders2/16/17 10:00 PM
Hawai’i at UC Santa BarbaraBigWest.TV2/16/17 10:00 PM
Grand Canyon at SeattleWACSports.com2/16/17 10:00 PM
Arizona St. at WashingtonFS12/16/17 11:00 PM
San Diego at BYUESPNU HD2/16/17 11:00 PM
Loyola Marymount at St. Mary’sCSN California2/16/17 11:00 PM
CS Fullerton at UC RiversideBigWest.TV2/16/17 11:00 PM
Valparaiso at OaklandESPN2 HD2/17/17 7:00 PM
Bowling Green at OhioESPNU HD2/17/17 7:00 PM
Toledo at Northern Illinois
E  Michigan at W Michigan
Ball St. at Central Michigan
Miami (OH) at Buffalo
OR Kent St. at Akron
UIC at DetroitWADL2/17/17 7:00 PM
Canisius at RiderESPN32/17/17 7:00 PM
Columbia at HarvardESPN32/17/17 7:00 PM
Princeton at YaleESPN32/17/17 8:00 PM
Penn at BrownESPN32/17/17 8:00 PM
Little Rock at Arkansas St.ESPN32/17/17 8:30 PM
VCU at RichmondESPN2 HD2/17/17 9:00 PM
Fairfield at QuinnipiacESPNU HD2/17/17 9:00 PM
Idaho at Eastern WashingtonKHQ-DT2/SWX2/17/17 9:00 PM
California at StanfordFS12/17/17 10:00 PM
UC Riverside at UC IrvineESPN3TBA
OR
UC Davis at CS Fullerton
Notre Dame at NC StateESPN HD2/18/17 12:00 PM
Northern Iowa at Wichita St.ESPN2 HD2/18/17 12:00 PM
Davidson at MassachusettsNBCSN2/18/17 12:00 PM
Tulsa at CincinnatiESPNU HD2/18/17 12:00 PM
Clemson at Miami (FL)ACC RSNs2/18/17 12:00 PM
UT Martin at Southeast MissouriAmerican Sports Network2/18/17 12:00 PM
Liberty at WinthropAmerican Sports Network2/18/17 12:00 PM
Sacred Heart at LIU BrooklynNEC TV2/18/17 12:00 PM
Villanova at Seton HallFOX HD2/18/17 12:30 PM
UMass Lowell at UMBCESPN32/18/17 1:00 PM
Kansas at BaylorCBS HD2/18/17 1:00 PM
Missouri at TennesseeSEC Network2/18/17 1:00 PM
Wake Forest at DukeACC Network2/18/17 1:00 PM
Virginia Tech at LouisvilleACC Network2/18/17 1:00 PM
Hartford at New HampshireESPN32/18/17 1:00 PM
Mercer at The CitadelESPN32/18/17 1:00 PM
College of Charleston at NECAA.TV2/18/17 1:00 PM
Army at NavyCBS Sports Network2/18/17 1:30 PM
Florida at Mississippi St.ESPN HD2/18/17 2:00 PM
Texas Tech at West VirginiaESPN2 HD2/18/17 2:00 PM
St. Bonaventure at DaytonNBCSN2/18/17 2:00 PM
USF at TulaneESPNEWS2/18/17 2:00 PM
Illinois at IowaBTN2/18/17 2:00 PM
Kansas St. at TexasLonghorn Network2/18/17 2:00 PM
Green Bay at MilwaukeeSpectrum-WI2/18/17 2:00 PM
Evansville at BradleyESPN32/18/17 2:00 PM
Florida Gulf Coast at USC UpstateESPN32/18/17 2:00 PM
Elon at DrexelCAA.TV2/18/17 2:00 PM
Saint Louis at FordhamAtlantic10.com2/18/17 2:00 PM
UNC Asheville at CampbellBigSouthSports.com2/18/17 2:00 PM
UT Arlington at Georgia St.ESPN32/18/17 2:15 PM
Colorado at OregonFOX HD2/18/17 3:00 PM
UTSA at North TexasESPN32/18/17 3:00 PM
LSU at AlabamaSEC Network2/18/17 3:30 PM
Wright St. at Cleveland St.ESPN32/18/17 3:30 PM
Robert Morris at Cent CONN St.NECFrontRow.com2/18/17 3:30 PM
Michigan St. at PurdueESPN HD2/18/17 4:00 PM
Florida St. at PittsburghESPN2 HD2/18/17 4:00 PM
Rhode Island at George MasonNBCSN2/18/17 4:00 PM
Auburn at Texas A&MESPNU HD2/18/17 4:00 PM
UCF at East CarolinaESPNEWS2/18/17 4:00 PM
St. Joseph’s at La SalleCBS Sports Network2/18/17 4:00 PM
Pacific at GonzagaWCC RSNs2/18/17 4:00 PM
UNC Wilmington at HofstraAmerican Sports Network2/18/17 4:00 PM
Stetson at NJITESPN32/18/17 4:00 PM
UNC Greensboro at FurmanESPN32/18/17 4:00 PM
Wagner at St. Francis (NY)NECFrontRow.com2/18/17 4:00 PM
St. Francis (PA) at BryantNECFrontRow.com2/18/17 4:00 PM
Mount St. Mary’s at FDUNECFrontRow.com2/18/17 4:00 PM
Northern Arizona at Southern UtahEversport.TV2/18/17 4:00 PM
Sacramento St. at Montana St.Eversport.TV2/18/17 4:00 PM
Sam Houston St. at Incarnate WordUIWCardinals.com2/18/17 4:00 PM
NC Central at UMESYouTube.com2/18/17 4:00 PM
Oral Roberts at South DakotaMidCo Sports Network2/18/17 4:15 PM
Longwood at RadfordESPN32/18/17 4:30 PM
UNF at Kennesaw St.ESPN32/18/17 4:30 PM
Arizona St. at Washington St.Pac-12 Networks2/18/17 5:00 PM
Western Illinois at North Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network2/18/17 5:00 PM
Texas St. at Georgia SouthernWSAV-DT22/18/17 5:00 PM
UL-Lafayette at UL-MonroeESPN32/18/17 5:00 PM
Jacksonville at LipscombESPN32/18/17 5:00 PM
East Tennessee St. at ChattanoogaESPN32/18/17 5:00 PM
Air Force at San Jose St.Campus Insiders2/18/17 5:00 PM
Morehead St. at BelmontOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/18/17 5:00 PM
Coastal Carolina at TroyESPN32/18/17 5:15 PM
High Point at Charleston SouthernBigSouthSports.com2/18/17 5:30 PM
Kentucky at GeorgiaESPN HD2/18/17 6:00 PM
SMU at HoustonESPN2 HD2/18/17 6:00 PM
Rutgers at NorthwesternESPNU HD2/18/17 6:00 PM
TCU at Iowa St.ESPNEWS2/18/17 6:00 PM
Ole Miss at ArkansasSEC Network2/18/17 6:00 PM
Nebraska at Ohio St.BTN2/18/17 6:00 PM
New Mexico at Fresno St.CBS Sports Network2/18/17 6:00 PM
Wyoming at Boise St.ROOT Sports2/18/17 6:00 PM
Pepperdine at Loyola MarymountSpectrum SportsNet2/18/17 6:00 PM
Middle Tennessee at MarshallAmerican Sports Network2/18/17 6:00 PM
MissValley St. at Prairie View A&MPVPanthers.com2/18/17 6:00 PM
Grambling at Jackson St.LiveStream.com2/18/17 6:30 PM
USC at UCLAPac-12 Networks2/18/17 7:00 PM
James Madison at TowsonNBC RSNs2/18/17 7:00 PM
South Dakota St. at Fort WayneWANE-DT22/18/17 7:00 PM
Charlotte at Old DominionESPN32/18/17 7:00 PM
Columbia at DartmouthESPN32/18/17 7:00 PM
Western Carolina at WoffordESPN32/18/17 7:00 PM
Northern Kentucky at Youngstown St.ESPN32/18/17 7:00 PM
VMI at SamfordESPN32/18/17 7:00 PM
Binghamton at Stony BrookESPN32/18/17 7:00 PM
Gardner-Webb at PresbyterianBigSouthSports.com2/18/17 7:00 PM
SIU Edwardsville at Austin PeayGov TV2/18/17 7:30 PM
Arizona at WashingtonESPN2 HD2/18/17 8:00 PM
Oklahoma at Oklahoma St.ESPNU HD2/18/17 8:00 PM
Xavier at MarquetteCBS Sports Network2/18/17 8:00 PM
Missouri St. at DrakeMVC TV Network2/18/17 8:00 PM
Penn at YaleAmerican Sports Network2/18/17 8:00 PM
NM St. at UT Rio Grande ValleySpectrum-TX2/18/17 8:00 PM
Niagara at SienaSpectrum-NY2/18/17 8:00 PM
Lamar at TAMU Corpus ChristiESPN32/18/17 8:00 PM
Utah St. at NevadaESPN32/18/17 8:00 PM
Appalachian St. at South AlabamaUSAJaguars.com2/18/17 8:00 PM
Randall at Houston BaptistUStream.tv2/18/17 8:00 PM
Tennessee Tech at Jacksonville St.OVCDigitalNetwork.com2/18/17 8:00 PM
Eastern Illinois at Murray St.OVCDigitalNetwork.com2/18/17 8:00 PM
Virginia at North CarolinaESPN HD2/18/17 8:15 PM
South Carolina at VanderbiltSEC Network2/18/17 8:30 PM
Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee St.OVCDigitalNetwork.com2/18/17 8:30 PM
Grand Canyon at Utah ValleyUVU TV2/18/17 9:00 PM
Northern Colorado at Idaho St.Eversport.TV2/18/17 9:00 PM
North Dakota at Weber St.Eversport.TV2/18/17 9:00 PM
Portland St. at MontanaEversport.TV2/18/17 9:00 PM
St. Mary’s at BYUESPN2 HD2/18/17 10:00 PM
San Francisco at PortlandCSN Northwest2/18/17 10:00 PM
San Diego at Santa ClaraCSN Bay Area2/18/17 10:00 PM
CS Bakersfield at SeattleWACSports.com2/18/17 10:00 PM
UC Riverside at UC IrvinePrime Ticket2/18/17 10:30 PM
OR
UC Davis at CS Fullerton
Long Beach St. at UC Santa BarbaraESPNU HD2/18/17 11:59 PM
UC Davis at CS Fullerton
UC Riverside at UC Irvine
OR Hawai’i at Cal Poly
George Washington at DuquesneNBCSN2/19/17 12:00 PM
Bucknell at Boston U.CBS Sports Network2/19/17 12:00 PM
Colgate at Loyola (MD)
Lehigh at Lafayette
OR Holy Cross at American
Maryland at WisconsinCBS HD2/19/17 1:00 PM
Nebraska at Ohio St.
OR Michigan at Minnesota
DePaul at ButlerFS12/19/17 1:30 PM
UAB at Western KentuckyCBS Sports Network2/19/17 2:00 PM
Canisius at MaristSpectrum-NY2/19/17 2:00 PM
Valparaiso at DetroitESPN32/19/17 2:00 PM
Albany at MaineAmericaEast.TV2/19/17 2:00 PM
UIC at OaklandESPN32/19/17 3:00 PM
Georgetown at CreightonFS12/19/17 3:30 PM
IUPUI at DenverAltitude2/19/17 3:30 PM
Connecticut at TempleESPN HD2/19/17 4:00 PM
Southern Illinois at Indiana St.ESPNU HD2/19/17 4:00 PM
OR
Loyola (Chicago) at Illinois St.
UNLV at San Diego St.CBS Sports Network2/19/17 4:00 PM
Southern Illinois at Indiana St.ESPN32/19/17 4:00 PM
OR
Loyola (Chicago) at Illinois St.
Rider at IonaESPN32/19/17 5:00 PM
Syracuse at Georgia TechESPNU HD2/19/17 6:30 PM
Maryland at WisconsinBTN2/19/17 7:00 PM
Nebraska at Ohio St.
OR Michigan at Minnesota
Utah at Oregon St.ESPNU HD2/19/17 8:30 PM

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 - Week 16 -

 

GameNetworkTime
Miami (FL) at VirginiaESPN HD2/20/17 7:00 PM
Boston College at Florida St.ESPNU HD2/20/17 7:00 PM
UT Arlington at Georgia SouthernAmerican Sports Network2/20/17 7:00 PM
Texas St. at Georgia St.ESPN32/20/17 7:00 PM
Howard at UMESYouTube.com2/20/17 7:30 PM
Appalachian St. at TroyESPN32/20/17 8:00 PM
Coastal Carolina at South AlabamaUSAJaguars.com2/20/17 8:00 PM
UAPB at Prairie View A&MPVPanthers.com2/20/17 8:30 PM
Alabama St. at SouthernSWAC.org2/20/17 8:30 PM
Texas at West VirginiaESPN HD2/20/17 9:00 PM
Iowa St. at Texas TechESPNU HD2/20/17 9:00 PM
Kent St. at BuffaloESPN3TBA
Purdue at Penn St.BTN2/21/17 6:00 PM
Rhode Island at La SalleCBS Sports Network2/21/17 6:00 PM
South Carolina at FloridaESPN HD2/21/17 7:00 PM
Oklahoma at BaylorESPN2 HD2/21/17 7:00 PM
Clemson at Virginia TechESPNU HD2/21/17 7:00 PM
Auburn at LSUSEC Network2/21/17 7:00 PM
Ohio at Miami (OH)American Sports Network2/21/17 7:00 PM
Monmouth at FairfieldSNY2/21/17 7:00 PM
George Mason at DaytonSpectrum-Ohio2/21/17 7:00 PM
Cleveland St. at DetroitWADL2/21/17 7:00 PM
Youngstown St. at OaklandWMYD2/21/17 7:00 PM
Wright St. at Northern KentuckyESPN32/21/17 7:00 PM
N Illinois at Central MichiganESPN32/21/17 7:00 PM
Eastern Michigan at Ball St.ESPN32/21/17 7:00 PM
Western Michigan at ToledoESPN32/21/17 7:00 PM
St. John’s at MarquetteFS12/21/17 8:00 PM
Davidson at RichmondCBS Sports Network2/21/17 8:00 PM
Northwestern at IllinoisBTN2/21/17 8:00 PM
NC State at Georgia TechACC Network2/21/17 8:00 PM
Green Bay at UICCSN Chicago PLUS2/21/17 8:00 PM
Evansville at Wichita St.Cox-Kansas2/21/17 8:00 PM
Milwaukee at ValparaisoESPN32/21/17 8:00 PM
Trevecca Nazarene at BelmontOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/21/17 8:00 PM
Indiana at IowaESPN HD2/21/17 9:00 PM
Ole Miss at Mississippi St.ESPN2 HD2/21/17 9:00 PM
East Carolina at TulaneESPNU HD2/21/17 9:00 PM
Kentucky at MissouriSEC Network2/21/17 9:00 PM
Akron at Bowling GreenBCSN2/21/17 9:00 PM
Colorado St. at New MexicoCBS Sports Network2/21/17 10:00 PM
Vanderbilt at TennesseeSEC Network2/22/17 6:30 PM
Michigan at RutgersBTN2/22/17 6:30 PM
Stony Brook at UMBCESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
Duke at SyracuseESPN HD2/22/17 7:00 PM
TCU at KansasESPN2 HD2/22/17 7:00 PM
Xavier at Seton HallFS12/22/17 7:00 PM
UCF at TempleESPNU HD2/22/17 7:00 PM
DePaul at GeorgetownCBS Sports Network2/22/17 7:00 PM
Pittsburgh at Wake ForestACC RSNs2/22/17 7:00 PM
Southern Illinois at Illinois St.MVC TV Network2/22/17 7:00 PM
Saint Louis at VCUAmerican Sports Network2/22/17 7:00 PM
Colgate at LehighService Electric-PA2/22/17 7:00 PM
Furman at East Tennessee St.ESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
UNC Greensboro at MercerESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
Western Carolina at The CitadelESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
Fort Wayne at IUPUIESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
New Hampshire at UMass LowellESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
Binghamton at HartfordESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
Wofford at VMIESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
Northern Iowa at Indiana St.ESPN32/22/17 7:00 PM
American at NavyCampus Insiders2/22/17 7:00 PM
Boston U. at ArmyCampus Insiders2/22/17 7:00 PM
Lafayette at BucknellCampus Insiders2/22/17 7:00 PM
Loyola (MD) at Holy CrossCampus Insiders2/22/17 7:00 PM
Drake at Loyola (Chicago)CSN Chicago PLUS2/22/17 8:00 PM
Missouri St. at BradleyKOZL2/22/17 8:00 PM
Chattanooga at SamfordESPN32/22/17 8:00 PM
North Dakota St. at Oral RobertsESPN32/22/17 8:00 PM
Texas A&M at ArkansasSEC Network2/22/17 8:30 PM
Minnesota at MarylandBTN2/22/17 8:30 PM
Louisville at North CarolinaESPN HD2/22/17 9:00 PM
Oregon at CaliforniaESPN2 HD2/22/17 9:00 PM
Butler at VillanovaFS12/22/17 9:00 PM
Oklahoma St. at Kansas St.ESPNU HD2/22/17 9:00 PM
Providence at CreightonFSN2/22/17 9:00 PM
Connecticut at HoustonCBS Sports Network2/22/17 9:00 PM
Lamar at Northwestern St.American Sports Network2/22/17 9:00 PM
Omaha at DenverAltitude2/22/17 9:00 PM
UNLV at Air ForceCampus Insiders2/22/17 9:00 PM
Boise St. at NevadaESPN32/22/17 10:00 PM
UC Irvine at CS FullertonESPN32/22/17 10:00 PM
Utah St. at San Jose St.Campus Insiders2/22/17 10:00 PM
Oregon St. at StanfordESPNU HD2/22/17 11:00 PM
Fresno St. at San Diego St.CBS Sports Network2/22/17 11:00 PM
Georgia at AlabamaESPN HD2/23/17 7:00 PM
Memphis at CincinnatiESPN2 HD2/23/17 7:00 PM
Nebraska at Michigan St.ESPNU HD2/23/17 7:00 PM
FDU at Robert MorrisCBS Sports Network2/23/17 7:00 PM
Bryant at Wagner
Sacred Heart at St. Francis (PA)
Fairleigh Dickinson at Robert Morris
LIU Brooklyn at Mount St. Mary’s
Mass  at GWAmerican Sports Network2/23/17 7:00 PM
Jacksonville at UNFESPN32/23/17 7:00 PM
Lipscomb at Kennesaw St.ESPN32/23/17 7:00 PM
Stetson at Florida Gulf CoastESPN32/23/17 7:00 PM
USC Upstate at NJITESPN32/23/17 7:00 PM
Western Kentucky at CharlotteCampus Insiders2/23/17 7:00 PM
Jacksonville St. at E KentuckyOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/23/17 7:00 PM
Towson at UNC WilmingtonCAA.TV2/23/17 7:00 PM
Hofstra at William & MaryCAA.TV2/23/17 7:00 PM
James Madison at DrexelCAA.TV2/23/17 7:00 PM
Northeastern at ElonCAA.TV2/23/17 7:00 PM
Delaware at College of CharlestonWCIV2/23/17 7:30 PM
Quinnipiac at MaristESPN32/23/17 7:30 PM
Murray St. at Southeast MissouriOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/23/17 7:30 PM
USF at TulsaESPNEWS2/23/17 8:00 PM
Marshall at Old DominionbeIN Sports2/23/17 8:00 PM
Seattle at UT Rio Grande ValleySpectrum-TX2/23/17 8:00 PM
South Dakota at Western IllinoisESPN32/23/17 8:00 PM
Nicholls at Incarnate WordUIWCardinals.com2/23/17 8:00 PM
Austin Peay at UT MartinOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/23/17 8:00 PM
Wisconsin at Ohio St.ESPN HD2/23/17 9:00 PM
UCLA at Arizona St.ESPN2 HD2/23/17 9:00 PM
Campbell at High PointESPNU HD2/23/17 9:00 PM
Charleston Southern at Winthrop
Longwood at Liberty
Presbyterian at Radford
OR UNC Asheville at Gardner-Webb
Tennessee Tech at Morehead St.CBS Sports Network2/23/17 9:00 PM
Utah Valley at New Mexico St.AggieVision2/23/17 9:00 PM
Chicago St. at Grand CanyonCox-Arizona2/23/17 9:00 PM
Weber St. at Eastern WashingtonKHQ-DT2/SWX2/23/17 9:00 PM
USC at ArizonaPac-12 Networks2/23/17 10:00 PM
Gonzaga at San DiegoSpectrum SportsNet2/23/17 10:00 PM
BYU at PortlandROOT Sports Rocky Mountain2/23/17 10:00 PM
Cal Poly at Long Beach St.ESPN32/23/17 10:00 PM
Pacific at Santa ClaraCampus Insiders2/23/17 10:00 PM
San Francisco at Loyola MarymountCampus Insiders2/23/17 10:00 PM
St. Mary’s at PepperdineCampus Insiders2/23/17 10:00 PM
Northern Arizona at Sacramento St.Eversport.TV2/23/17 10:00 PM
Southern Utah at Portland St.Eversport.TV2/23/17 10:00 PM
UMKC at CS BakersfieldWACSports.com2/23/17 10:00 PM
Idaho St. at IdahoEversport.TV2/23/17 10:00 PM
UC Riverside at UC Santa BarbaraBigWest.TV2/23/17 10:00 PM
CS Northridge at UC DavisBigWest.TV2/23/17 10:00 PM
Utah at ColoradoESPNU HD2/23/17 11:00 PM
Akron at BuffaloCBS Sports Network2/24/17 6:00 PM
Central Michigan at Toledo
Northern Illinois at Eastern Michigan
Ball St. at Western Michigan
Ohio at Kent St.
OR Bowling Green at Miami (OH)
Manhattan at IonaESPN2 HD2/24/17 7:00 PM
or
Siena or Monmouth
Oakland at Green BayESPNU HD2/24/17 7:00 PM
Fairfield at CanisiusESPN32/24/17 7:00 PM
Yale at HarvardESPN32/24/17 7:00 PM
Valparaiso at Wright St.Spectrum-OH2/24/17 7:30 PM
UIC at Northern KentuckyESPN32/24/17 7:30 PM
Akron at BuffaloCBS Sports Network2/24/17 8:00 PM
Central Michigan at Toledo
Northern Illinois at Eastern Michigan
Ball St. at Western Michigan
Ohio at Kent St.
OR Bowling Green at Miami (OH)
Detroit at MilwaukeeESPN32/24/17 8:00 PM
Dayton at DavidsonESPN2 HD2/24/17 9:00 PM
Manhattan at IonaESPNU HD2/24/17 9:00 PM
or
Siena or Monmouth
Oregon St. at CaliforniaFS12/24/17 10:00 PM
Penn at ColumbiaESPN3TBA
Wisconsin at Michigan St.BTNTBA
Northwestern at Indiana
OR Penn St. at Minnesota
Abilene Christian at Sam Houston St.ESPN3TBA
McNeese St. at TAMU Corpus Christi
New Orleans at Northwestern St.
Stephen F. Austin at Central Arkansas
OR Southeastern Louisiana at Nicholls
CS Northridge at UC IrvinePrime TicketTBA
OR
Cal Poly at UC Riverside
CS Northridge at UC IrvineESPN3TBA
OR
Cal Poly at UC Riverside
Wisconsin at Michigan St.BTNTBA
Northwestern at Indiana
OR Penn St. at Minnesota
SMU at ConnecticutCBS HD2/25/17 12:00 PM
Purdue at MichiganESPN HD2/25/17 12:00 PM
OR
Iowa at Maryland
Loyola (Chicago) at Southern IllinoisESPN2 HD2/25/17 12:00 PM
Indiana St. at Evansville
Illinois St. at Northern Iowa
Bradley at Drake
OR Wichita St. at Missouri St.
Tulane at TempleESPNU HD2/25/17 12:00 PM
Georgetown at St. John’sFSN2/25/17 12:00 PM
American at Loyola (MD)CBS Sports Network2/25/17 12:00 PM
Boston U. at Holy Cross
Lafayette at Colgate
OR Navy at Bucknell
Florida St. at ClemsonACC Network2/25/17 12:00 PM
North Carolina at PittsburghACC Network2/25/17 12:00 PM
Hofstra at James MadisonAmerican Sports Network2/25/17 12:00 PM
Liberty at UNC AshevilleAmerican Sports Network2/25/17 12:00 PM
Tennessee at South CarolinaSEC Network2/25/17 1:00 PM
UMBC at New HampshireESPN32/25/17 1:00 PM
Central Connecticut St. at BryantNECFrontRow.com2/25/17 1:00 PM
Fairleigh Dickinson at St. Francis (PA)NECFrontRow.com2/25/17 1:00 PM
Florida at KentuckyCBS HD2/25/17 2:00 PM
Virginia at NC StateESPN HD2/25/17 2:00 PM
West Virginia at TCUESPN2 HD2/25/17 2:00 PM
Texas Tech at Oklahoma St.ESPNU HD2/25/17 2:00 PM
Seton Hall at DePaulFSN2/25/17 2:00 PM
Loyola (Chicago) at Southern IllinoisCBS Sports Network2/25/17 2:00 PM
Indiana St. at Evansville
Illinois St. at Northern Iowa
Bradley at Drake
OR Wichita St. at Missouri St.
Tennessee Tech at Eastern KentuckyAmerican Sports Network2/25/17 2:00 PM
Towson at William & MaryNBC RSNs2/25/17 2:00 PM
Maine at BinghamtonESPN32/25/17 2:00 PM
Wofford at FurmanESPN32/25/17 2:00 PM
Northeastern at UNC WilmingtonCAA.TV2/25/17 2:00 PM
Richmond at FordhamNBCSN2/25/17 2:30 PM
Creighton at VillanovaFOX HD2/25/17 3:00 PM
Sacred Heart at Robert MorrisESPN32/25/17 3:00 PM
Missouri at Ole MissSEC Network2/25/17 3:30 PM
Youngstown St. at Cleveland St.ESPN32/25/17 3:30 PM
UL-Monroe at Appalachian St.ESPN32/25/17 3:30 PM
Duke at Miami (FL)CBS HD2/25/17 4:00 PM
Purdue at MichiganESPN HD2/25/17 4:00 PM
OR
Iowa at Maryland
Alabama at Texas A&MESPN2 HD2/25/17 4:00 PM
Mississippi St. at VanderbiltESPNU HD2/25/17 4:00 PM
Marquette at ProvidenceCBS Sports Network2/25/17 4:00 PM
Virginia Tech at Boston CollegeACC RSNs2/25/17 4:00 PM
Oregon at StanfordPac-12 Networks2/25/17 4:00 PM
San Francisco at PepperdineWCC RSNs2/25/17 4:00 PM
Duquesne at St. BonaventureAmerican Sports Network2/25/17 4:00 PM
San Jose St. at Boise St.Campus Insiders2/25/17 4:00 PM
St. Francis (NY) at Mount St. Mary’sNECFrontRow.com2/25/17 4:00 PM
LIU Brooklyn at WagnerNECFrontRow.com2/25/17 4:00 PM
Idaho St. at Eastern WashingtonEversport.TV2/25/17 4:00 PM
Gardner-Webb at High PointBigSouthSports.com2/25/17 4:00 PM
Jacksonville St. at Morehead St.OVCDigitalNetwork.com2/25/17 4:15 PM
St. Joseph’s at Saint LouisNBCSN2/25/17 4:30 PM
Winthrop at PresbyterianESPN32/25/17 4:30 PM
Radford at CampbellBigSouthSports.com2/25/17 4:30 PM
Denver at South Dakota St.MidCo Sports Network2/25/17 5:00 PM
Mercer at ChattanoogaESPN32/25/17 5:00 PM
VMI at UNC GreensboroESPN32/25/17 5:00 PM
Drexel at College of CharlestonCAA.TV2/25/17 5:00 PM
Charleston Southern at LongwoodBigSouthSports.com2/25/17 5:00 PM
Austin Peay at Southeast MissouriOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/25/17 5:15 PM
Houston Baptist at LamarESPN32/25/17 5:30 PM
Baylor at Iowa St.ESPN HD2/25/17 6:00 PM
OR
Kansas at Texas
Baylor at Iowa St.ESPN2 HD2/25/17 6:00 PM
OR
Kansas at Texas
Kansas St. at OklahomaESPNU HD2/25/17 6:00 PM
LSU at GeorgiaSEC Network2/25/17 6:00 PM
Nevada at UNLVCBS Sports Network2/25/17 6:00 PM
Marshall at CharlotteAmerican Sports Network2/25/17 6:00 PM
Princeton at CornellESPN32/25/17 6:00 PM
New Mexico at WyomingESPN32/25/17 6:00 PM
Tennessee St. at BelmontOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/25/17 6:00 PM
Weber St. at IdahoEversport.TV2/25/17 6:00 PM
Alcorn St. at SouthernESPN32/25/17 6:30 PM
Akron at BuffaloBCSN2/25/17 7:00 PM
Central Michigan at Toledo
N Illinois at Eastern Michigan
Ball St. at Western Michigan
Ohio at Kent St.
OR Bowling Green at Miami (OH)
South Dakota at IUPUIESPN32/25/17 7:00 PM
Yale at DartmouthESPN32/25/17 7:00 PM
Western Kentucky at Old DominionESPN32/25/17 7:00 PM
The Citadel at SamfordESPN32/25/17 7:00 PM
East TENN  St. at W CarolinaESPN32/25/17 7:00 PM
Hartford at AlbanyESPN32/25/17 7:00 PM
Delaware at ElonCAA.TV2/25/17 7:00 PM
Murray St. at UT MartinOVCDigitalNetwork.com2/25/17 7:00 PM
Army at LehighService Electric-PA2/25/17 7:30 PM
VCU at Rhode IslandESPN2 HD2/25/17 8:00 PM
San Diego St. at Colorado St.CBS Sports Network2/25/17 8:00 PM
Eastern Illinois at SIU EdwardsvilleFOX Sports Midwest2/25/17 8:00 PM
Brown at HarvardAmerican Sports Network2/25/17 8:00 PM
Utah V at UT Rio Grande ValleySpectrum-TX2/25/17 8:00 PM
Fort Wayne at Western IllinoisESPN32/25/17 8:00 PM
Georgia Southern at Arkansas St.ESPN32/25/17 8:00 PM
UCLA at ArizonaESPN HD2/25/17 8:15 PM
Arkansas at AuburnSEC Network2/25/17 8:30 PM
Grambling at UAPBSWAC.org2/25/17 8:30 PM
Portland at San DiegoSpectrum SportsNet2/25/17 9:00 PM
Air Force at Utah St.ROOT Sports2/25/17 9:00 PM
UMKC at Grand CanyonKASW2/25/17 9:00 PM
KSMO
Montana at Montana St.Cowles Media2/25/17 9:00 PM
North Dakota at NColoradoEversport.TV2/25/17 9:00 PM
BYU at GonzagaESPN2 HD2/25/17 10:00 PM
Loyola Marymount at PacificCampus Insiders2/25/17 10:00 PM
Santa Clara at St. Mary’sCampus Insiders2/25/17 10:00 PM
Southern Utah at Sacramento St.Eversport.TV2/25/17 10:00 PM
Northern Arizona at Portland St.Eversport.TV2/25/17 10:00 PM
Chicago St. at CS BakersfieldWACSports.com2/25/17 10:00 PM
Cal Poly at UC RiversideESPNU HD2/25/17 10:30 PM
CS Fullerton at Hawai’i
CS Northridge at UC Irvine
OR Long Beach St. at UC Davis
Middle Tennessee at UABCBS Sports Network2/26/17 1:00 PM
La Salle at MassachusettsAmerican Sports Network2/26/17 1:00 PM
Valparaiso at Northern KentuckySpectrum-OH2/26/17 1:00 PM
Syracuse at LouisvilleCBS HD2/26/17 2:00 PM
UIC at Wright St.ESPN32/26/17 2:00 PM
St. Peter’s at CanisiusESPN32/26/17 2:00 PM
Rider at QuinnipiacQuinnipiacBobcats.com2/26/17 2:00 PM
George Mason at GWFacebook Live2/26/17 2:00 PM
Cincinnati at UCFCBS Sports Network2/26/17 3:00 PM
Detroit at Green BayAmerican Sports Network2/26/17 3:00 PM
Oakland at MilwaukeeESPN32/26/17 3:00 PM
Butler at XavierFS12/26/17 3:30 PM
Wisconsin at Michigan St.CBS HD2/26/17 4:00 PM
Northwestern at Indiana
OR Penn St. at Minnesota
East Carolina at TulsaESPNU HD2/26/17 4:00 PM
Marist at SienaESPN32/26/17 4:00 PM
Monmouth at IonaESPN32/26/17 4:00 PM
Houston at MemphisCBS Sports Network2/26/17 5:00 PM
Georgia Tech at Notre DameESPNU HD2/26/17 6:30 PM
USC at Arizona St.Pac-12 Networks2/26/17 6:30 PM
Washington at Washington St.ESPNU HD2/26/17 8:30 PM
Illinois at NebraskaBTN2/26/17 8:30 PM

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 Links:

collegebasketball.ap.org

bloggingthebracket.com

espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball

si.com/college-basketball

 

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NASCAR

 

 

ADVANCE AUTO PARTS CLASH

SATURDAY, FEB. 18 / 8:00 PM ET
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

 

Track Detail

Preview

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CAN-AM DUEL AT DAYTONA 1

THURSDAY, FEB. 23 / 7:00 PM ET
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

 

Track Detail

Preview

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CAN-AM DUEL AT DAYTONA 2

THURSDAY, FEB. 23 / 8:30 PM ET
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

 

Track Detail

Preview

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DAYTONA 500

SUNDAY, FEB. 26 / 2:00 PM ET
DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY

 

Track Detail

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Here is the schedule of golf events for the PGA of America and all the major tours for February ’17  with links:

Jan. 30-Feb. 5Waste Management Phoenix OpenTPC ScottsdaleScottsdale, AZ
Feb. 6-12AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmPebble BeachPebble Beach, CA
Feb. 13-19Genesis OpenThe Riviera Country ClubPacific Palisades, CA
Feb. 20-26The Honda ClassicPGA NationalPalm Beach Gardens, FL
Feb. 27-Mar. 5World Golf Championships-MexicoClub de Golf ChapultepecMexico City, Mexico

 

Click for these tours: 

LGPA | Champions Tour | European Tour

 

 

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Feb 6 – Feb 12

ATP Open Sud de France Montpellier, France

 

Feb 6 – Feb 12

ATP Ecuador Open Quito Quito, Ecuador

 

Feb 6 – Feb 12

ATP Garanti Koza Sofia Open Sofia, Bulgaria

 

Feb 13 – Feb 19

ATP ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament Rotterdam, Netherlands

 

Feb 13 – Feb 19

ATP Memphis Open Memphis, Tennessee, USA

 

Feb 13 – Feb 19

ATP Argentina Open Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Feb 20 – Mar 5

ATP Tour Open 13 Marseille, France

 

Feb 20 – Feb 26

ATP Delray Beach Open Delray Beach, Florida, USA

 

Feb 20 – Feb 26

ATP & WTA Rio Open Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 

Feb 27 – Mar 5

ATP Brasil Open Sao Paulo, Brazil

 

Feb 27 – Mar 5

ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 

Feb 27 – Mar 5

ATP & WTA Abierto Mexicano Telcel Acapulco, Mexico

 

Jan 30 – Feb 5

WTA St. Petersburg Ladies Open St. Petersburg, Russia

 

Jan 30 – Feb 5

WTA Taiwan Open Kaohsiung, Taiwan

 

Feb 13 – Feb 19

WTA Qatar Total Open Doha, Qatar

 

Feb 20 – Feb 26

WTA Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 

Feb 20 – Feb 26

ATP & WTA Rio Open Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 

Feb 27 – Mar 5

WTA BMW Malaysian Open Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

Feb 27 – Mar 5

ATP & WTA Abierto Mexicano Telcel Acapulco, Mexico

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SBLI Preview | on TV

Entertaining Tips & Tricks

Party Recipes | SB50 2016

Prop Bets

Party Games

GameDay Cocktails

GameDay Food links

Super Bowl Fun Facts

NEW! for ’17

 

 

 

Sunday, February 5 on FOX
NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

 

The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in the United States, and each year it continues to get bigger, in scope, size, price and just about everything else. When it comes to watching the Super Bowl, nine out of 10 watchers are going to be at a home — either their house or someone else’s. That’s a lot of Super Bowl parties and if you are hosting one we got you covered with GameDay entertaining tips, recipes, party games, a list of prop bets you can wager on, and much more.

No matter how much we eat, it’s going to be quite a feast. In fact, the Super Bowl is the second highest day of food consumption in the United States after Thanksgiving. Get your jacket and scarf ready because Super Bowl Sunday is the most popular grilling day of winter with 62% of owners firing up the grill — even if it means they have to shovel a path to get to it.

It’s truly a worldwide event. Super Bowl XLIX was distributed to more than 185 countries and broadcast in 30 different languages. The average number of people at a Super Bowl party is 17, and only five percent of viewers will watch the game alone – while one out of every 12 people watching are just watching to see the commercials. So whether you will be cooking for 17 or for just one here is some great information to make your GameDay, one to remember.

The game is just a part of Super Bowl Sunday or any GameDay really. What’s more important is:

  • What you are going to do?
  • Where you are going to do it?  and,
  • What you are going to eat?

After a Preview of the Big Game. We’ll start things off with what you are going to eat. Sure there are hundreds of websites out there where you can get recipes for the big game and we know we are just one of them. We also know what we like to eat, what is good.

 

Links:

 

NFL.com

Houston Super Bowl Host Committee

Super Bowl LI – Wikipedia

FOX Sports GO

 

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Super Bowl LI Preview

 

Super Bowl LI will take place on February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. This will be Houston’s third time hosting the Super Bowl, first featuring the Miami Dolphins against the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl VIII in 1974, and again when the New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers at Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004.

This season’s Super Bowl will be broadcast on FOX and FOX Sports GO with the announce team of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman providing play-by-play and analysis in their fifth Super Bowl together. Erin Andrews will report from the sidelines at the Super Bowl for the second time in her career.

The Super Bowl LI halftime show will be headlined by Lady Gaga.

 

Super Bowl LI

 

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The Patriots and Falcons will meet in the Super Bowl LI

Teams: AFC champion New England Patriots vs. NFC champion Atlanta Falcons

When: Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017

Where: NRG Stadium, Houston

Time: Kickoff is 6:30 p.m. ET

TV: Fox

Announcers: Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (analysis), Erin Andrews and Chris Myers (sideline reporters)

Halftime show: Global superstar Lady Gaga, winner of six Grammy Awards, a Golden Globe, and Academy Award nominee, will headline the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Show

Preview:

from si.com:

It’s all about the quarterbacks: Just about any way you slice it, this is a matchup between the top two passers in the league. Whether you look at passer rating, QBR, yards per attempt or FootballOutsiders.com’s DVOA efficiency ratings, Atlanta’s Matt Ryan and New England’s Tom Brady ended up No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in the stats department. They are masters of their craft, have plenty of weapons around them, and have two of the best playcallers (Kyle Shanahan and Josh McDaniels) at their disposal. To beat Brady, you have to disguise and change up both the pressure and coverage looks on just about every snap. The Falcons, to this point, have not shown the ability to do that. That will be an important factor in the game. Ryan has trouble with tight, disciplined coverage. With Malcolm Butler locking up either Julio Jones or Mohamed Sanu, and Logan Ryan on the other with safety help, Ryan may have to make a living throwing to the running backs and TEs Levine Toilolo and Austin Hooper. The Patriots have had more issues with supporting actors than those in starring roles. The Falcons have the ability to exploit that.

 

Running backs will be a huge factor: Sure, the quarterbacks may get all the attention, but the running backs from each team are used to taking advantage of the shortcomings on opposing defenses. The Falcons have one of the most talented duos in Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Freeman is the better runner, but Shanahan loves to use both to exploit mismatches in the pass game. McDaniels likes to use Dion Lewis and James White in a similar fashion via the pass, and Lewis has taken over as the every-down running back. LeGarrette Blount is the short yardage and finish-the-game bruiser.

 

What’s in common?: The Falcons and Patriots each had five common opponents (Denver, Seattle, Arizona, Los Angeles and San Francisco) and went 4–1 (each team lost to the Seahawks, with Atlanta losing on the road and the Patriots at home). The cumulative scores were 168–88 for Atlanta; 119–82 for New England. The Falcons had an average margin of victory of 20.5 points, and the Patriots were at 11.0. The Patriots didn’t have Tom Brady in their two-point victory over the Cardinals, a team the Falcons beat by 19.

 

Atlanta’s offense is exceptional: Under the spotlight of the Super Bowl, this Falcons offense may finally get its due. We’re talking about a unit that can rival the Greatest Show on Turf Rams for explosiveness. They scored 540 points this season, which is tied for eighth all time with those 2000 Rams. Sure, the team is uber-talented with WRs Jones, Sanu and Taylor Gabriel, and RBs Freeman and Coleman, but don’t underestimate the job coordinator Shanahan has done. At this point, everyone thinks it’s all about the talent. But remember, Sanu was an underachieving No. 2 with the Bengals and Gabriel was a Browns castoff before this season. Freeman and Coleman were thought to be nice players, but not game changers. That all changed this season because of the way Shanahan designs plays and attacks defenses. There are few better at taking an opponent’s tendencies and using them against them.

 

The Patriots defense will have a say: New England’s defense certainly proved its “best scoring defense” was no fluke in the win over the Steelers. And remember who put an end to those 2000s Rams teams (Spoiler Alert: It was the 2001 Patriots). New England may not have many big names on defense (Dont’a Hightower, Devin McCourty and Malcolm Butler are about it), but the sum is better than the parts. Certainly the Falcons will be a huge challenge, but everyone knows Bill Belichick and his staff can defend anything with two weeks to prepare.

 

The Patriots’ offensive line should have an advantage: After a shaky outing against the Texans, the Patriots’ offensive line completely dominated the Steelers. The Falcons’ unit is certainly solid but it’s not quite as good as the Patriots. The Patriots have the edge at left tackle (Nate Solder), right guard (Shaq Mason) and right tackle (Marcus Cannon), while the Falcons have an advantage at center (Alex Mack) and left guard (Andy Levitre).

 

Experience doesn’t matter: Expect a lot to be made this week about how this is Matt Ryan’s first Super Bowl appearance vs. Tom Brady’s seventh (with four victories). Certainly the disparity is notable, but it ignores the fact that several passers have beaten those with more experience in recent years. Some of those on the list: Russell Wilson over Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers over Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning over Brady and Brady over Kurt Warner.

 

You have to stop more than one guy: Each QB has a security blanket. For the Patriots, it’s Julian Edelman (158 targets in the regular season). Atlanta has Jones (129). Certainly a lot of attention needs to paid to each of those players, but both quarterbacks are deft at distributing the ball. The Patriots had seven players catch at least three touchdowns (TE Martellus Bennett led with seven), and so did the Falcons (Jones and Gabriel tied with six). In the postseason, both Sanu (Falcons) and Chris Hogan (Patriots) had two touchdowns receiving.

 

Where’s the pressure?: It looks like the opening over/under line for the Super Bowl is an astounding 59 points. No shock there, considering these two offenses. But it also says something about the defenses, which were both great on Sunday but don’t exactly get a lot of pressure on the quarterbacks. The Patriots didn’t affect Roethlisberger that much and don’t have a dominating rusher, although Trey Flowers is solid. And the Falcons’ only true pass rushing threat is Vic Beasley. The game may very well be determined by which team is able to dial up the most pressure and make that top quarterback move off his spot in the pocket.

 

Tecmo Bowl LI Results:

 

 

here is the video of the highlights:

 

 

 

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FOX Sports will offer a live, non-authenticated stream of Super Bowl LI on FOX Sports GO, the streaming platform that showcases all of FOX Sports’ live events and studio programming. Fans around the country will be able to stream the biggest television event of the year at FOXSportsGo.com, using iOS, Android, Windows, and Amazon tablets or through connected devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire and XBOX One. For the Super Bowl broadcast, users will not need to enter their pay TV credentials for viewing.

The live stream of the Super Bowl will also feature local advertisement integration on a nationwide basis from more than 170 FOX affiliates around the country. Participating affiliates will have access to same ad inventory for both the linear and digital broadcasts of the February 5 game.

The FOX Sports Super Bowl LI production effort includes more Super Motion and 4K cameras than ever before, and will use three production trucks and more than 30 cameras to deliver more than 20 hours of programming a day from Discovery Green in Houston, in addition to 70-plus cameras at NRG Stadium covering the game.

“We, as broadcasters, are always trying to provide the viewer with something they’ve never seen before,” said Zac Fields, FOX Sports SVP Graphic Technology and Innovation. “With this new ‘Be the Player’ technology, it is now achievable and we are incredibly excited to debut this at the Super Bowl on FOX.”

 

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Thirty-second spots during Super Bowl 51 (LI) are selling for an average of $5 million, which is up about the same as ads from 2016. The Super Bowl will be broadcast on FOX NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas – (Home of the Houston Texans) on Feb. 5, 2017. Super Bowl 51 will feature the champions from both the AFC and NFC, and the Texans won the AFC South, so it could be a home game if they can win during the playoffs. The Pepsi sponsored halftime entertainment features Lady Gaga.

Expect to see these brands grabbing for your attention during Super Bowl 51 (LI) on Feb 5th! (and the weeks surrounding the big game) Automotive: Audi, Buick, Honda, Kia, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz and WeatherTech. Food and Beverage: Anheuser-Busch, Avocados From Mexico, Pepsi, Skittles, Snickers Packaged Goods: Febreze, GNC, Mr. Clean Retail: 84 Lumber
Neilsen Ratings 2016: According to results from The Nielsen Company, the broadcast of Super Bowl L (2016) on CBS had an average audience of 111.9 million viewers, and was viewed in an average of 54.3 million homes and had a preliminary 46.6 U.S. household rating. Preliminary estimates also found that 72% of U.S. homes with televisions in use were tuned into the Super Bowl 50 telecast—the highest household share since Super Bowl XVI in 1982. In regard to the social nature of the big game, Nielsen Social noted that 16.9 million Tweets were sent by 3.8 million unique authors about “Super Bowl 50” on CBS on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. Included within this total Twitter activity for the TV event, 4.6 million Tweets were sent by 1.4 unique authors about the advertisements that aired in the live TV event. Additionally, the most-Tweeted minute during the TV event was at 8:44 p.m. ET, when 162,000 Tweets were sent in the minute following the Super Bowl halftime show.

In this era of the DVR, it’s not uncommon to intentionally not watch a show while it’s live so that you can fast-forward through the commercials.

The Super Bowl is probably the only time when people can’t wait for commercials — some people only “watch” the game for them.

According to Forbes, in 2014 a 30-second commercial costs an outrageous $4 million and double that for a 1-minute commercial — and that doesn’t include the cost to make the commercial.

Last year the Super Bowl was the most watched event in America with more than 108 million viewers, but the really fascinating thing is why people watched. Several studies have proven that 50% of the Super Bowl audience tunes in just to watch the ads.

Commercials are often considered interruptions to the entertainment we love. But Super Bowl ads are different—instead of being intruders, they are like the “must have” guests that keep a party rockin’.

Some might make you laugh, others might make you tear up — you don’t have to like them but you’re probably going to watch them.

 

- CLICK HERE for the FANFOOD TOP 10 Super Bowl Commercials of ALL-TIME - 

 

SUPER BOWL COMMERCIALS: Continuously updated during the game, NFL.com, SuperBowl.com and NFL Mobile from Verizon will post all of the Super Bowl commercials after they have aired on the television broadcast. Users can view the commercials, rate them (thumbs up or down), comment, and sort them by quarter, brand and top rated. Visit NFL.com/SuperBowlCommercials.

 

 

To view the commercials from Super Bowl 50

NFL.com/superbowl/50/commercials

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLIX

NFL.com/superbowl/49/commercials

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVIII

NFL.com/superbowl/48/commercials

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVII

NFL.com/superbowl/47/commercials

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVI

NFL.com/superbowl/46/commercials

 

Links:

nfl.com/superbowl

CBS Super Bowl Commercials

 

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GameDay Recipes

 

  1. John’s Wings
  2. Crockpot Meatballs
  3. John’s Pico de Gallo
  4. Cheese and Sausage Dip
  5. John’s Championship Chili
  6. Chicago Mix Popcorn
  7. Union Square Nuts
  8. Smoked Tuna Dip
  9. Zesty Ranch Mix
  10. Homemade Guacamole

 

NEW! for 2017

 

What’s great about these recipes is that you can make then all, serve them separate or include some of them for a great Nacho Bar. John’s Championship Chili is perfect for this and so is the cheese sauce, pico de gallo, and guacamole.  Grab some shredded cheddar cheese, refried beans, sour cream, lettuce and sliced black olives and with the pico and guac, you got the makings of a great 7-layer dip (which you can turn into an edible football field for your Snack Stadium).

 

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John’s Wings

 

If you don’t have a deep fryer, here is a great way to get perfectly cooked wings in the oven; then tossed in our signature buffalo sauce.

 

 

INGREDIENTS

12 whole chicken wings

John’s Signature Buffalo Sauce:

6 ounces unsalted butter
1 small clove garlic, minced fine
1/4 cup hot sauce (“Red Hot” brand)
1/8 cup Louisiana hot sauce (“Louisiana” brand)
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
2 tablespoons pancake syrup (not maple syrup)*

 

PREPARATION

 

Place a 6-quart saucepan with a steamer basket and 1-inch of water in the bottom, over high heat, cover and bring to a boil.
Remove the tips of the wings and discard or save for making stock. Using kitchen shears, or a knife, separate the wings at the joint.
Place the wings into the steamer basket, cover, reduce the heat to medium and steam for 10 minutes. Remove the wings from the basket and carefully pat dry.
Lay the wings out on a cooling rack set in a half sheet pan lined with paper towels and place in the refrigerator for 1 hour.

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.

Replace the paper towels with parchment paper.

Roast on the middle rack of the oven for 20 minutes. make sauce

To make the sauce:

Pour the hot sauces in a large saucepan, add butter, and garlic and salt.

Heat on medium until butter is almost melted, stirring occasionally.

using a immersion blender or wire whip, blend all ingredients well, taste.

Add more butter if needed.

Add syrup and mix well.

Lower heat.

 

Turn the wings over and cook another 20 minutes or until meat is cooked through and the skin is golden brown.

Remove the wings from the oven and transfer to a big bowl and toss with the sauce. Serve warm.

 

MAKES 24 WINGS: 4 SERVINGS

*=secret ingredient

 

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Crockpot Meatballs

 

Perfect for cocktail parties and holiday gatherings, we have been making these meatballs for years

 

INGREDIENTS

4 pounds of Italian Meatballs, cooked, frozen
3-4 bottles of Chili Sauce, Heinz
2 cans whole berry cranberry sauce
2 Tbs of minced garlic
1/2 cup of chopped green onion

 

PREPARATION

Fill half of a Large Crockpot with frozen meatballs, add remaining ingredients.
Stir well
Top off pot with more balls and stir again.
Cook on low for 4 hours,
Check one hour before party and turn up heat if needed.

 

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John’s Pico de Gallo

 

Like your “salsa” chunky and fresh? here is how you make it with my special ingredient.

 

INGREDIENTS

½ cup Onion, diced fine
1 Jalapeno Pepper (small), seeded and diced fine
¼ cup Red Bell Pepper, diced
¼ cup Dill Pickle, diced fine (I prefer Boars Head)*
4 Large Tomatoes, seeded and diced
1 Tbs. Fresh Lime Juice
½ cup Fresh Cilantro, chopped
Salt and Fresh Ground Pepper to taste

 

PREPARATION

In a medium bowl, combine the onion, jalapeno pepper, bell pepper, dill pickle, and diced tomatoes.

Stir in lime juice and cilantro; season to taste with salt and pepper. Or I should have said everything.

Cover, and refrigerate at least 1 hour before serving, preferably overnight.

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Cheese and Sausage Dip

 

4 Ingredients, 1 great dip!

 

INGREDIENTS

1 (1 pound) package Velveeta Cheese

1 can Chili – no beans

1 pound medium or spicy sausage, browned and crumbled

1/2 cup Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese

 

PREPARATION

Combine Velveeta cheese, chili, and browned sausage in crockpot.

You can heat this on the stove until the cheese melts and it all mixes together. Top with cheddar cheese, stir to combine

It’s better if you put it in the Crock Pot on low until blended and then keep it there to serve.

 

 

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John’s Championship Chili

 

This is the chili to make, perfect for nachos or chili dogs.

 

INGREDIENTS:

2 1/2 lb Lean ground chuck
1 lb Lean ground pork
1 Cup Finely chopped onion
4 ea Garlic cloves; finely chpd.
1 cn. Guinness Beer (14.5 oz.)
8 oz Hunt’s tomato sauce
1 c Water
3 tb Chili powder
2 tb Ground cumin
2 tb Wyler’s beef-flavor instant-bouillon (or 6 cubes)
2 tsp Oregano leaves
2 tsp Paprika
2 tsp Sugar
1 tsp Unsweetened cocoa
1/2 tsp Ground coriander
1/2 tsp Louisiana hot sauce,to taste
1 tsp Flour
1 tsp Cornmeal
1 tb Warm water

 

PREPARATION:

In large saucepan or Dutch oven, brown half the meat; pour off fat. Remove meat.
Brown remaining meat; pour off all fat except 2 Tbsps.
Add onion, garlic; cook and stir until tender.
Take a big swig of beer, and put the rest in with the meat and remaining ingredients except flour, cornmeal and warm water. Mix well.
Bring to boil; reduce heat and simmer covered for at least 2 hours.
Stir together flour and cornmeal; add warm water. Mix well.
Stir into chili mixture.
Cook covered 20 minutes longer.
Makes 2 quarts.

 

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Chicago Mix Popcorn

 

Don’t knock it until you try it, you will be hooked!

 

INGREDIENTS

1/2 cup coconut oil, divided
2 cups popcorn kernels
1 1/2 Tablespoons salt, divided (fine-grained)
1 1/2 cups butter (3/4 lb)
2 cups light brown sugar
1 cup light corn syrup
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup cheddar cheese powder
1 teaspoon mustard powder
1 teaspoon chili powder

 

PREPARATION

For the caramel corn:

Preheat the oven to 250F.

Melt half of the coconut oil in a large pot with a lid over medium-high heat. Add 3-4 popcorn kernels, cover the pot and wait until they pop. Add 1 cup of the kernels and shake well to coat in the oil. Continue heating, shaking every few minutes until the rate of popping slows and most of the kernels have popped.

Empty the kernels into a brown paper bag, add 2 teaspoons of salt, and shake to distribute the salt and drain the excess oil. Then, spread the popcorn in a large roasting pan or several baking sheets.

Combine the brown sugar, corn syrup, 1 cup of butter, and the baking soda in a saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally. Once the mixture comes to a boil, stop stirring and insert a candy thermometer. Cook until it reaches 235F, which should take about 8 minutes.

Immediately remove the caramel from the heat and add the vanilla carefully—the caramel will bubble & spit molten candy at you, so you want to drop it in and immediately pull your hand away. After the bubbling subsides, stir in the vanilla, and pour the caramel over the popcorn. Then, stir to coat evenly.

Bake for about an hour in the preheated oven, stirring every 10-15 minutes. It’s done when the caramel is no longer dripping onto the bottom of the pan and instead has hardened into a crisp shell around every piece. Remove and let cool completely, and then break apart any large clumps by hand.

For the cheese corn:

Repeat steps 2 and 3 above with the remaining coconut oil and popcorn kernels, but this time return the popcorn to the pot.

Melt the remaining 1/2 cup of butter in a saucepan or microwave, pour over the popped corn, and shake or stir to coat evenly.

Whisk together the cheese powder, mustard powder, chili powder, and 1 Tablespoon salt and pour that over the buttered popcorn. Again, shake or stir to coat. Taste and add more salt if desired.

Combine, or don’t. Store in airtight containers.

You could always just buy some caramel corn & cheese corn and combine them or get it right from the source:

 

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Union Square Nuts

 

These “Hot” nuts are great for the holidays and even better for Gameday.

 

INGREDIENTS

4 cups unsalted mixed nuts (including peeled peanuts, cashews, brazil, hazelnuts, walnuts, pecans & whole unpeeled almonds)
2 tablespoons coarsely chopped fresh rosemary (from two 3 inch sprigs)
½ teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 teaspoons dark brown sugar
2 teaspoons sea salt flakes
1 tablespoon unsalted butter (melted)

 

PREPARATION

Preheat the oven 350 ºF.
Toss the nuts in a large bowl to combine and spread them out on a baking sheet.
Toast in the oven till they become light golden-brown, about 10 minutes.
In a large bowl, combine the rosemary, cayenne, brown sugar, salt and melted butter.
Thoroughly toss the toasted nuts in the spiced butter and serve warm.

And once you eat these, you will never want to stop.

 

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Smoked Tuna Dip

 

This is often called crack dip. or try this other version.

 

INGREDIENTS

6-8 ounces smoked tuna, skin removed, meat chopped in coarsely
1/2 block cream cheese
2 jalapenos
juice of one lime
1 tablespoon old bay seasoning
1/4 cup mayo (or less, depending on how wet your mixture is and how well it is blending)
salt, pepper to taste
1 tablespoon lime zest

 

PREPARATION

Puree all ingredients together in a food processor.
The fish is dense so you”ll need to add a little bit at a time to make sure it mixes uniformly in the food processor.
It’s better to make it almost whipped so it is great for scooping up on crackers.

 

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Zesty Ranch Mix

 

This is our favorite take on homemade chex mix, that is sure to be a hit.

 

INGREDIENTS

 

Nonstick cooking spray
5 cups bite-size rice square cereal
2 cups plain pita chips, broken into bite-sizes pieces
2/3 cup  shelled cashews
2/3 cup butter snaps (pretzel squares)
1 1 ounce packet dry ranch salad dressing mix
2 tablespoons dried dill weed
1 teaspoon dried rosemary, crushed
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon finely shredded lemon peel

 

PREPARATION

Lightly coat a 5- to 6-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. In prepared slow cooker combine cereal, pita chips, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, salad dressing mix, dill weed, and rosemary.

Drizzle mixture with oil, tossing gently to blend.

Cover and cook on low-heat setting for 2 1/2 hours, stirring every 40 minutes or on high-heat setting for 80 minutes, stirring every 20 minutes.

Sprinkle lemon peel over mixture, tossing gently to blend. Spread mixture in an even layer on a 13x9x2-inch baking sheet; cool completely. Store in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.

 

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Homemade Guacamole

 

Sure you can just by it, but here is how you make it like the pros. Be sure to place the avocados into the fridge for an hour or two before you open them up. This guac is much better when slightly chilled.

 

INGREDIENTS

2 medium ripe avocados, chilled1 lime wedge
1 tablespoon chopped red onion
1/2 tablespoon minced jalapeno
1 tablespoon chopped cilantro
2 tablespoons diced tomato
1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon salt

 

PREPARATION

Mash avocados in a medium bowl, then add the juice of one lime wedge.
Stir in onion, jalapeno, cilantro, tomato and salt to taste. Serve with tortilla chips.

Serves up to 4

 

 

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SB50 2016 Recipes

 

 

Hot Crab Dip

Easy Moist Cornbread

Charred Salsa Verde

Baked Pita Chips w/Fresh Hummus

Brat Reubens

Pittsburgh Chipped Ham Barbecue

 

Drinks:

Gridiron Punch

Block and Fall

 

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Hot Crab Dip

 

We all know how to make a hot crab dip. Everyone has their family recipe, but does yours have cornbread in it? If if doesn’t, then this one is for you. Don’t buy the cornbread, make it yourself (see below), and reduce the amount of sugar. This dip should be savory not sweet.

 

Ingredients

6 tablespoons mayonnaise
3 tablespoons Creole mustard
1 tablespoon horseradish cream
2 teaspoons Old Bay Seasoning
1/4 cup finely chopped celery
1/4 cup finely chopped onion
Kosher salt, to taste
Tabasco sauce, to taste
1 pound fresh crabmeat
1 cup coarsely crumbled cornbread (recipe follows)
Toasts or celery sticks, for serving

 

Preparation

Begin by mixing mayonnaise, Creole mustard, horseradish cream, Old Bay Seasoning, and finely chopped celery and onion. Season with salt and Tabasco, then stir in plenty of fresh lump crabmeat. Place this mixture in an ovenproof dish and top with crumbled cornbread. Bake in a medium-hot oven until brown and bubbly, and serve at once, with toast triangles or celery sticks for dunking. Creole mustard has a nice little kick of heat and works well in this recipe—substitute Dijon mustard if you can’t find it. Horseradish cream is sometimes labeled “horseradish cream style” or “prepared horseradish.”

Note: The crab mix can be made up to 1 day ahead—just leave out the salt until you’re ready to bake it.

 

 

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Moist Cornbread

This recipe is an easy basic cornbread recipe that you can use for the crab dip above. It’s a moist, crackly-topped cornbread recipe that calls for ingredients you probably already have lying around in the fridge and pantry. It’s lightly sweetened, but you should reduce the sugar if you are using in the dip and/or mix in some corn kernels or jalapeños if you are not mixing it in with the crab.

 

Ingredients

1 1/2 cups finely ground yellow cornmeal
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon fine salt
1 1/2 cups whole milk
2 large eggs
6 tablespoons unsalted butter (3/4 stick), melted, plus more for coating the baking dish

 

Preparation

 

Heat the oven to 425°F and arrange a rack in the middle. Coat an 8-by-8-inch baking dish with butter; set aside.

Place the cornmeal, flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a large bowl and whisk to combine.

Place the milk and eggs in a medium bowl and whisk until the eggs are broken up. Pour the milk mixture into the cornmeal mixture and, using a rubber spatula, stir until just incorporated. (Do not overmix.)Stir in the melted butter until just incorporated and no streaks of butter remain.

Pour the mixture into the prepared dish.Bake until golden brown around the edges and a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean, about 20 to 25 minutes. Remove the dish to a wire rack and let cool for at least 15 minutes before serving.

 

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Chared Salsa Verde

 

Ingredients

1 1/2 pounds tomatillos, peeled and split in half (680g; about 10 medium)
1 medium white onion, peeled and split in half (about 6 ounces; 170g)
2 to 4 Serrano or jalapeño chilies (adjust according to spice tolerance, remove seeds and ribs for milder spice), split in half
10 to 15 sprigs cilantro, tough lower stems discarded
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
Kosher salt

 

Preparation

Adjust oven rack to 4 inches below broiler and preheat broiler to high. Place tomatillos, onion, and chilies on a foil-lined rimmed baking sheet. Broil until darkly charred and blackened on top and tomatillos are completely tender, 6 to 12 minutes

Transfer vegetables and their juice to a blender, food processor, or the cup of an immersion blender. Add half of cilantro. Blend in pulses until a rough puree is formed.

Heat oil in a medium saucepan over high heat until shimmering. Pour salsa into the hot oil all at once (it will steam and sputter). Immediately start stirring and continue to cook, stirring, until salsa is darkened and thick enough to coat the back of the spoon, about 3 minutes. Remove from heat.

Finely chop remaining cilantro and stir into salsa. Season to taste with salt. Let cool, then serve. Salsa can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

 

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Baked Pita Chips w/Fresh Hummus

 

Ingredients

1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
1/4 teaspoon herbes de Provence or Old Bay or Ras el hanout
3 (5-inch) pitas, sliced into 8 wedges each
1 tablespoon olive oil

 

Preparation

Heat the oven to 400°F and arrange a rack in the middle.

Combine the salt and ras el hanout in a small bowl; set aside.

Place the pita wedges in a single layer on a baking sheet. Brush the tops with half of the olive oil and sprinkle with half of the salt mixture. Flip the wedges over and repeat with the remaining oil and salt mixture.

Bake until the chips are golden brown and crispy, about 12 to 15 minutes. Remove from the oven and immediately transfer the chips to a wire rack until completely cooled. Store in an airtight container for up to 5 days.

Note: You’ll need a pastry brush to make these chips. These pita chips can be seasoned with just about any spice blend or dried herb like thyme, herbes de Provence, or even Old Bay. Ras el hanout is a North African spice blend with sweet and floral notes and can be found at Middle Eastern grocers. For a sweet twist, use 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon and swap out the salt for some granulated sugar instead.

 

Easy Hummus

 

Ingredients

1 (15-ounce) can chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, drained and rinsed
1 medium garlic clove, peeled and smashed
Juice of 1 medium lemon
1/4 cup roasted tahini
1/4 cup water, plus more as needed
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, plus more to serve
Salt

 

Preparation

Place beans, garlic, half of the lemon juice, tahini, water, olive oil, and a big pinch of salt in a food processor fitted with a blade attachment and process until smooth.

If the hummus is too thick, pulse in more water, a tablespoon at a time, until the desired consistency is reached.

Taste, adding more salt and lemon juice as needed. To serve, place in a bowl and drizzle with olive oil.

Serve with raw or roasted vegetables, pita bread, or chips. You can also use it as a sandwich spread.

Note: Make sure to buy roasted, not raw, tahini. If you’re not sure which is which, check the label for roasted sesame seeds.

 

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Brat Reubens

 

Ingredients

1/2 cup mayonnaise
2 1/2 tablespoons ketchup
2 tablespoons sweet pickle relish
Dash of Worcestershire sauce
1 large hard-cooked egg, peeled and finely chopped
Kosher salt
Freshly ground pepper
Six 4-ounce bratwursts
1 small onion, thinly sliced
One 12-ounce beer, such as Budweiser
Six 8-inch rye hoagie rolls, split and toasted
6 slices of pastrami or corned beef
6 slices of imported Swiss or provolone cheese
Confetti Giardiniera, for serving

 

Preparation

In a small bowl, whisk the mayonnaise with the ketchup, relish and Worcestershire sauce.

Fold in the chopped egg and season the dressing with salt and pepper. Refrigerate until chilled.

Meanwhile, in a large saucepan, cover the bratwursts and onion with the beer and 3 cups of water and bring to a boil.

Simmer over moderately low heat until an instant-read thermometer inserted in the center of each brat registers 165°, 8 to 10 minutes.

Transfer the brats to a plate.

Heat a grill pan or large cast-iron skillet.

Cook the bratwursts over moderately high heat until browned all over, about 5 minutes.

Fill the rolls with the pastrami, cheese and brats. Top with some of the dressing and giardiniera and serve.

 

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Pittsburgh Chipped Ham Barbecue

 

Ingredients

2 tablespoons butter
Small onion, chopped
3 stalks celery, chopped
1 bottle Heinz chili sauce
1 1/2 Heinz chili sauce bottle’s water
2 tablespoons ketchup
1/4 tablespoon prepared mustard
1 tablespoon vinegar
1 1/2 pounds Isaly’s Original Chipped Chopped Ham

 

Preparation

Melt butter in skillet, add onion and celery and cook until softened. Add remaining ingredients (except chipped ham) and simmer for 30 minutes.

Add chipped ham, stir until hot and serve on sandwich buns.

 

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Gridiron Punch

 

Ingredients

18 ounces (2 1/4 cups) naturally sweetened pineapple juice, chilled
6 ounces Yellow Chartreuse, chilled
6 (12-ounce) bottles amber ale, such as Fat Tire, chilled

 

Preparation

Place the pineapple juice and Chartreuse in a 3-quart container or punch bowl and stir to combine. Add the beer and gently stir to combine. Sweet pineapple juice and herbaceous Yellow Chartreuse work well with the malty flavors of amber ale in this beer punch. If you’re bringing this punch to a tailgate or party, mix the pineapple juice and Chartreuse beforehand and keep chilled. Add the cold beer when ready to serve.

 

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Block and Fall

Old Overholt and Iron City Boilermaker

 

Ingredients

1 shot Old Overhol
1 Iron City Beer
old-fashioned glass

 

Preparation

Knock back the Old Overholt and chase it with the Iron City Beer. Some folks like to depth-charge the whiskey into the beer, but no need for this. The boilermaker first turned up in 1932 in James Wiley and Helene Griffith’s Art of Mixing under the name, Block and Fall (“drink two, walk a block and fall”). “the boilermaker and his helper,” the “one and one,” the shot and the beer, make up a drink that nobody can screw up.

Old Overholt It is one of the few straight rye whiskies available at most liquor stores in the U.S. It is aged for three years and bottled at 80 proof (40% alcohol by volume). Old Overholt was originally distilled in BroadFord, Pennsylvania and was called “Monongahela” It is reputed to have been the alcoholic beverage of choice of the gunfighter and gambler Doc Holliday

The Iron City Brewing Company (also known as the Pittsburgh Brewing Company) is a beer company that until August 2009 had been located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. On June 11, 2009, it was reported that the brewery was “moving” to Latrobe, Pennsylvania. That move was recently completed and Iron City is now produced in the Latrobe Brewery that was once used to produce Rolling Rock.

 

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New Super Bowl Recipes For 2017

 

Homemade Pretzel Bites

 

New England

Clam Fritters

Baked Onion Dip

Providence Wieners

Whoopie Pies

 

Atlanta

Southern Pimiento Cheese Spread

Georgia Cracker Salad

Southern Fried Shrimp With Cornmeal Batter

Chess Pie

 

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Homemade Pretzel Bites

 

These soft, salted pretzel bites are perfect for a snack or game day party — they are delicious with beer! Or add them to kids’ lunch boxes with a small container of yellow mustard for dipping. You can use a flaky sea salt, but coarse kosher salt may be used as well. Serve these tasty pretzel snacks with yellow or honey mustard or a mustard dip, or try them with a chocolate dip.

Yield: Makes About 4 Dozen

 

INGREDIENTS

1 cup warm water, 8 ounces, about 105° F
2 1/4 teaspoons active dry yeast
2 teaspoons sugar
3 tablespoons melted butter
3 cups (13 1/2 ounces) all-purpose flour, plus more for kneading
1 teaspoon salt
2 to 3 quarts water
2/3 cup baking soda
kosher salt or sea salt, for sprinkling

PREPARATION

In a large bowl or bowl of stand mixer, combine the water, yeast, and sugar.
Let stand for 10 to 15 minutes.
It should be slightly foamy.
Add the flour, melted butter, and salt and mix until the dough comes together.
Knead by hand on a floured surface or with stand mixer and dough hook on medium-low speed for 8 to 10 minutes.
Add more flour as needed to keep the dough from sticking to hands, the counter, or bowl.
The dough should be firm but still slightly tacky.
Oil a large bowl.
Gather the dough into a ball and place in the oiled bowl.
Turn to coat all sides with the oil.
Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let the dough rise in a warm, draft-free place until doubled, about 1 hour.
Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone mat.
Or spray the baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray.
Put 2 to 3 quarts of water in a large saucepan or deep saute pan.
Add the baking soda to the water and stir.
Just before the dough has finished the rising cycle,
bring the water and soda mixture to a boil over high.
Heat the oven to 400° F.
Cut the dough into 4 or 5 portions and roll them on a floured surface to make thick ropes.
Cut into 1-inch lengths. Place on the parchment paper lined baking sheet.

Using a skimmer or similar large slotted spoon, immerse several of the dough pieces in the boiling water and soda mixture.

Let them boil for about 10 to 20 seconds, then lift them out and put them back on the parchment paper lined baking sheet.

Repeat with the remaining pieces of dough.

Sprinkle the pieces of dough lightly with the coarse kosher salt or sea salt.

Bake for about 10 minutes, or until they are a deep golden brown color.

Makes about 4 to 5 dozen, depending on the size.

Serve with plain yellow mustard or a mustard dipping sauce.

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NEW ENGLAND

 

 

Clam Fritters

 

INGREDIENTS

1 egg
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup milk
1 cup minced clams
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
2 tablespoons minced onion
2 tablespoons minced green bell pepper (optional)
1/2 cup vegetable oil

PREPARATION

Beat the egg and gradually beat in the flour.
Slowly stir in the milk, clams, salt, pepper and onion.
If desired, stir in the green pepper. With hands shape mixture into 2 inch diameter patties.
In a medium skillet heat the oil over medium-high heat until hot.
Fry the patties in the hot oil until golden brown.
Place cooked fritters on paper towels to soak up any excess oil.

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Baked Onion Dip

 

INGREDIENTS

2 cups Vidalia Onions
1 cup FreshParmesan Cheese
1 cup Swiss or Mozzarella
1½ cups Mayonnaise
dash of garlic powder
dash of onion powder
1/2 chives if you have them

 

PREPARATION

Mix all ingredients together in 8×8 baking dish.
Bake at 350° F for 20 minutes.
Serve with crackers or crostini.

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Providence Wieners

 

This is a hot meat sauce that is put on hot dogs (wieners) in Rhode Island. It’s usually added after the mustard and chopped onions and topped with celery salt.
The most authentic wiener is made by Little Rhody Brand Frankfurts of Johnston, Rhode Island, the company that supplies wieners to all of the New York System-style restaurants in the state. If these aren’t available to you, experiment with whatever you can find in your local grocery store, but steer away from jumbo-sized franks and anything smoked or filled with cheese!

Wieners can be fried, boiled, or steamed. In the case of frying, use very low heat. The object is merely to make the wiener hot, not to add unattractive scorch marks. Remember—hot dogs and wieners come pre-cooked, they just need to be warmed up.

The building of the wiener itself is accomplished in specific sequential steps:

  • Put a cooked wiener in a bun.
  • Put mustard on the wiener (yellow mustard is traditional).
  • Put hot wiener sauce over the mustard.
  • Put raw chopped onions on the sauce.
  • Sprinkle celery salt on top of the onions.
  • Hint: Throw your weiner buns in a microwave for five seconds to approximate that wonderful steam table sponginess.

 

INGREDIENTS

1 pound ground beef
1 1/2 cups chopped onions
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 (15 ounce) can tomato sauce
1/2 teaspoon of Celery Salt
1 teaspoon chili powder
1 tablespoon beef bouillon
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon white sugar

 

PREPARATION

Place ground beef in a large, deep skillet.
Cook over medium high heat until evenly brown.
Stir in the onions and garlic.
Cook and stir until onions are tender.
Mix in tomato sauce, and everything else
Cover and reduce heat to simmer. Simmer 20 minutes before serving hot over frankfurters.

links:

quahog.org

olneyvillenewyorksystem.com

onlyinrhodeisland.com

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Old-Fashioned Whoopie Pies

 

Rich chocolate cakes filled with a homemade cream filling, these old-fashioned whoopie pies are a favorite for generations New England families.

Yield: About 15 pies

 

INGREDIENTS

2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
2/3 cup unsalted butter, softened
1 cup granulated sugar
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup milk

 

PREPARATION

Preheat your oven to 350° and line two baking sheets with parchment paper.
In a medium-size bowl, whisk together the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, and salt. Set aside.
In a large bowl, cream together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about 4 minutes.
Add the eggs, one at a time, scraping the bowl after each addition.
Add the vanilla extract; then add the milk and the dry ingredients, alternating, and mix until just combined.
Spoon heaping tablespoons of batter, roughly 3 inches apart, onto the prepared baking sheets.
Bake 10 to 12 minutes, rotating halfway through, until the cakes are set and a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.
Transfer to wire racks to cool completely.

For the Filling:

 

INGREDIENTS

1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons flour
1 cup milk
1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened
1/2 cup vegetable shortening
1 cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

 

PREPARATION

Combine the flour and milk in a saucepan over medium-low heat.
Whisk continuously until the mixture thickens, like pudding, about 5 minutes.
Remove from the heat and press through a fine-mesh strainer into a mixing bowl.
Cool to room temperature.
Once the mixture has cooled, add the remaining ingredients and beat until fluffy and creamy, about 10 minutes.
Spread filling onto the flat bottom of one cake; then top with another.
Repeat with the remaining filling and cakes.
For a nicer presentation, put the filling into a large zip-top bag, snip off one corner, and pipe a thick spiral onto the flat bottom of one cake, then top with another.
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Southern Pimiento Cheese Spread

 

Pimiento cheese spread is an important and much-loved Southern food, and it’s super easy to prepare. Serve it as an appetizer with grilled bread or crackers or use it to fill sandwiches or celery sticks. It makes a fabulous topping for grilled burgers, too! According to Chattanooga’s Public House (they make an incredible pimiento cheese appetizer plate!) pimiento cheese spread can be traced back to the early 20th century.

Pimiento cheese can be made a little chunkier with some chopped dill pickle or pickled jalapeno peppers, or leave it smooth and creamy. Most like it with some grated onion or onion powder, but that’s optional. Many others also like the combination of cream cheese and mayonnaise with the cheddar, and a dash of Texas Pete or Frank’s Hot Sauce adds some pleasant heat. Some make it with no cream cheese, just the mayonnaise. Every Southern cook has his or her own special family recipe, and no two are the same.

The pimiento is a large sweet red pepper. The peppers are heart-shaped and they’re sweeter than a sweet red bell pepper. Paprika is made from pimientos. You’ll likely find pimientos in jars in the vegetable aisle of your local supermarket. If you can’t find them, roasted red bell peppers can be used in a pinch, or roast your own red bell peppers

Yield: 2 Cups

 

INGREDIENTS

8 ounces sharp cheddar cheese, shredded *
3 tablespoons (about 2 ounces) softened cream cheese
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1 tablespoon grated onion, optional
dash hot sauce (Texas Pete, Frank’s, Tabasco, etc.)
4 ounces chopped drained pimientos
salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste

 

PREPARATION

Shred the cheese and put it in a mixing bowl.
Add the cream cheese, mayonnaise, and grated onion, if using, along with the hot sauce.
Mix with a wooden spoon or flexible spatula until well combined.
Add the drained and chopped pimientos and continue mixing until well blended.
Taste and season with salt and pepper, as needed.
Store in the refrigerator, covered, for up to 1 week.
*If at all possible, shred the cheese from a good quality block of cheddar cheese.

 

How to Roast Fresh Pimiento Peppers or Red Bell Peppers

Preheat the oven to 500 F. Place bell peppers on a baking pan and place in the preheated oven for about 30 minutes, turning frequently to char all sides. The skins should be charred and wrinkled. Remove the peppers from the oven and cover the pan tightly with foil. Let stand for about 25 to 35 minutes, or until the peppers are cool enough to handle. Quarter the peppers and remove stem, peels, and seeds. Chop the peppers and use in the recipe or put them in a container, add a few tablespoons of olive oil, and cover the container. Refrigerate the peppers for up to 2 weeks.

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Georgia Cracker Salad

 

This is a traditional Southern salad. Best if eaten immediately upon preparing

 

INGREDIENTS

1 (4 ounce) packet saltine crackers
1 large tomato, chopped
3 green onions, finely chopped
1 1/2 cups mayonnaise
1 hard-cooked egg, chopped
salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste

 

PREPARATION

Coarsely crumble the saltines into a medium bowl.
Mix in the tomato, onions and mayonnaise.
Stir in the hard-cooked egg, and season with salt and pepper.

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Southern Fried Shrimp w/ Cornmeal Batter

 

INGREDIENTS

3 cups large fresh or frozen raw shrimp
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1 large egg
1/2 cup half-and-half or milk
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup yellow cornmeal
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
oil for deep frying

 

PREPARATION

If the shrimp is frozen, thaw. I put them in a colander and run cold water over them.

Peel the shrimp, including the tails.

To devein, run a small, sharp knive down the back of each shrimp.

Pull the dark vein out. You might have to loosen it or scrape part of the vein out with the tip of the knife.

Season the shrimp with 1 1/2 teaspoons salt and the pepper; let stand at room temperature for 10 to 15 minutes.

In a bowl whisk the egg with the cream or milk until smooth.

Add the cornmeal, flour, baking powder and remaining 1/4 teaspoon of salt; stir until the batter is well blended and smooth.

Add more milk or cream if the batter is very thick.

Put about 1 quart of vegetable oil in deep fryer or a deep, heavy pan. Heat the oil to 350° F.

Add the prepared shrimp to the batter and stir to coat them thoroughly.

When the oil reaches 350° F, carefully drop several shrimp in deep, hot fat. Don’t overcrowd. Adding too many shrimp will cause the temperature to drop significantly, resulting in an oilier coating.

Fry until light golden brown, about 2 to 4 minutes.

 

Notes:

If the batter is too thick or if it’s consistency is too thick for the shrimp, add a bit more half-and-half or thin it with a little milk.

You can replace Old Bay seasoning as a replacement for the salt.

Try peanut oil for deep frying.

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Chess Pie

 

This old-fashioned pie typically has two distinctive ingredients, cornmeal and vinegar, plus other on-hand ingredients such as sugar, flour, eggs, milk and vanilla. This version is made easy with the use of refrigerated pie crusts.

 

INGREDIENTS

1/2 (15-ounce) package refrigerated piecrusts
2 cups sugar
2 tablespoons cornmeal
1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
1/4 cup milk
1 tablespoon white vinegar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
4 large eggs, lightly beaten

 

PREPARATION

Fit piecrust into a 9-inch pie plate according to package directions; fold edges under, and crimp.
Line pastry with aluminum foil, and fill with pie weights or dried beans.
Bake at 425° for 4 to 5 minutes.
Remove weights and foil; bake 2 more minutes or until golden. Cool.
Stir together sugar and next 7 ingredients until blended.
Add eggs, stirring well. Pour into piecrust.
Bake at 350° for 50 to 55 minutes, shielding edges with aluminum foil after 10 minutes to prevent excessive browning.
Cool completely on a wire rack. If desired, garnish with powdered sugar.

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Entertaining Tips & Tricks

 

Schedule a couple of days to go shopping for the items on your lists. Here is a simple countdown to take you through the final two weeks leading up to the big day.

 

Two Weeks Before:

  • Confirm your guest list and give out specific assignments to guests that are contributing meals.
  • Finalize your shopping lists.
  • Inventory your table and kitchen supplies.
  • Make arrangements to borrow or rent any items that you lack.

One Week Before:

  • Purchase wine, beer, soft drinks.
  • Shop for non-perishables.
  • Select music and think about your TV viewing.
  • Make a plan for cleaning your house, particularly the rooms that will likely be seen by guests. De-clutter the messiest rooms first.

Two Days Before:

  • Purchase all perishable ingredients.
  • Begin cleaning and chopping any vegetables for the side dishes.
  • Bake and freeze any pies or other desserts that can be frozen.
  • Prepare recipes such as dips, soups and pie dough.
  • Make a written plan for cooking your food.
  • Make a plan for TV viewing.

One Day Before:

  • Clean the powder room, dust and vacuum all rooms guests will be using, especially the dining room and kitchen.
  • Set the table; take out all of the serving pieces.
  • Finish preparing and bake your pies if need be.
  • Prepare and refrigerate salads.
  • Set up TV viewing stations if that is your plan.

GameDay:

  • Ask someone to pick up any bread or rolls or ice, etc.
  • Finish preparing appetizers, etc.
  • Turn on your music or TV for pregame.
  • Take fifteen minutes before guests arrive to freshen yourself and relax.
  • Welcome guests.
  • Set out the food, and count your blessings!

 

Having a GameDay party doesn’t need to stressful. Many dishes can be prepared many hours in advance of the game. Some preparations benefit from sitting for a time before being served. Even if the whole dish cannot be completed early in the day, the preparation of the ingredients can be. Ingredients can be cleaned, cut, blanched, and otherwise made ready for their final cooking.

 

Plan Ahead

If you decide what to cook early, have all ingredients on hand, and cook some of the meal ahead of time, you can save yourself a lot of stress. On the day before you can finish preparing and bake your pies, and prepare and refrigerate salads.

 

Simplify Cooking

If you can take shortcuts, take them. Buy your appetizers from the store and food from the catering department; buy pre-made pies.

 

Cut Down On Food

If you’re cooking for only a few people, you may consider sticking with just apps.

 

Let Others Help

Another fun way to simplify your GameDay is to let others help with the apps. If you’re having other people come, you can just let everyone bring an app or dessert while you supply a main dish. If you’re only cooking for your own household, you can let everyone in the house be responsible for one app. This lets everyone feel good that they’ve contributed to the joy of the GameDay.

 

Final Tips

Try to relax and enjoy your guests. Accept help when it’s volunteered – you don’t have to do it all by yourself. Remember that everything doesn’t have to be perfect to build those long-cherished memories. Many times it’s the little imperfections that nestle into the warmest spot of your heart.

 

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Super Bowl Wagering and Prop Bets

 

Oddsmakers like the New England Patriots by a field goal over the Atlanta Falcons in what experts think will be a high-scoring Super Bowl LI.

Most are also expecting an offensive showdown, with an over/under of 59 at some sports books the biggest ever in Super Bowl history.

“You’ve got the Patriots and then you have this scoring machine in Atlanta,” said veteran oddsmaker Jimmy Vaccaro at the South Point. “There should be a lot of points on the board.”

The AFC title game had barely entered the fourth quarter when oddsmakers around town began putting up their numbers. There was agreement all around that the Patriots should be a 3-point pick, though some had the over/under at 58 instead of 59.

There was also agreement that the legal handle on the game could exceed the record $132.5 million bet on last year’s Super Bowl.

“I think we have a real shot at a record handle,” said Chuck Esposito, oddsmaker for Station Casinos. “These teams are huge offensive teams and you’re going to see a lot of action on the total.”

Oddsmakers had plenty of history on their side in finding a line that could stick at 3 points all the way until kickoff. The Patriots have won four Super Bowls and the margin of victory in all but one was 3 points.

Nearly one-third of U.S. adults are likely to bet on the big game.

Nevada sports books took a record $119.4 million in bets on last year’s Super Bowl. One reason for the big draw was the standing of the teams.

A proposition bet, also known as a prop bet or a side bet, can be made two ways: on the occurrence (or not) during a game and on specific aspects of the pageantry surrounding the game. After odds for everything from who will be the MVP of the game, to what team will score first. Novelty props include the length of the national anthem to bets on what color gatorade will be dumped on the coach. You can bet on anything from whether or not the national anthem will run longer than 2 minutes, if the score will be tied at half time, basically anything.

Sure you can just pick what team will win the game, but prop bets is where it’s at.

 

 

 

A sample of Super Bowl LI props already posted 

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SPREADMONEYLINETOTAL
NE-3 (-125)-16059½ (-105)o
ATL+3 (+105)14059½ (-115)u

 

First Touchdown Scorer:

The Falcons have scored an opening-drive touchdown in eight-straight games now, so the odds are pretty good the first six points will be put up by a guy in red.

Julio Jones (ATL)+750
Devonta Freeman (ATL)+800
Julian Edelman (NE)+800
LeGarrette Blount (NE)+800
Tevin Coleman (ATL)+1200
Chris Hogan (NE)+1200
Dion Lewis (NE)+1200
Martellus Bennett (NE)+1200
Mohamed Sanu (ATL)+1400
Taylor Gabriel (ATL)+1600
James White (NE)+1800
Malcolm Mitchell (NE)+1800
Austin Hooper (ATL)+2200
Danny Amendola (NE)+2200
Tom Brady (NE)+2500
Matt Ryan (ATL)+2800
Justin Hardy (ATL)+3300
Levine Toilolo (ATL)+3300
Eric Weems (ATL)+6600
Joshua Perkins (ATL)+6600
Any Other Touchdown Scorer+550

Super Bowl 51 MVP:

Remember last year when Von Miller was a game-wrecker on defense and took home the MVP? Yeah, that’s not going to happen again. Neither defense has a player like Miller in the front-seven who can take over. Neither QB is going to throw enough picks for this to go to a defensive back. Seven of the last ten MVPs have gone to quarterbacks. Don’t overthink this one. In a battle between two high-scoring offenses, the pivots will get the plaudits. Unless Chris Hogan does another Julio Jones impression. (Or is it Julio Jones doing a Chris Hogan impression?)

Tom Brady (NE)+160
Matt Ryan (ATL)+250
Julio Jones (ATL)+750
Julian Edelman (NE)+1600
LeGarrette Blount (NE)+2000
Dion Lewis (NE)+2500
Devonta Freeman (ATL)+2500
Chris Hogan (NE)+2500
Tevin Coleman (ATL)+3300
Vic Beasley (ATL)+3300
Mohamed Sanu (ATL)+4000
Logan Ryan (NE)+5000
Martellus Bennett (NE)+5000
Austin Hooper (ATL)+6600
Matt Bryant (ATL)+6600
Taylor Gabriel (ATL)+6600
Stephen Gostkowski (NE)+6600
James White (NE)+6600
Malcom Butler (NE)+6600
Devin McCourty (NE)+7500
Deion Jones (ATL)+10000
Dwight Freeny (ATL)+10000
Eric Weems (ATL)+10000
Keanu Neal (ATL)+10000
Danny Amendola (NE)+10000
Dont’a Hightower (NE)+10000
Malcolm Mitchell (NE)+10000
Patrick Chung (NE)+10000
Rob Ninkovich (NE)+10000
Levine Toilolo (ATL)+15000
Chris Long (NE)+15000
Field+2000

 

Odds to win Super Bowl LI

New England Patriots: 9/10
Atlanta Falcons: 10/9

The early Vegas lines favor the Pats, but this game is a true toss-up. The Falcons have the better offense, while the Patriots are the more complete team. New England gets the slight edge because Tom Brady and Bill Belichick already have four resplendent rings on their fingers. That’s experience you can’t replicate on the practice field.

O/U on the final score: 57.5

Atlanta’s offense has been indomitable over the last couple weeks. Look at who they’ve played though: a Seattle team lacking its most important player in the secondary, and a Packer team lacking … a secondary. The Pats quietly led the league in scoring defense this year and have the DBs to possibly slow Julio and company. “Slow” is relative, of course. Holding the Falcons to, like, 31 would be a good showing.

The other side of the ball is a different story. This is the worst D New England will have faced in the playoffs. Unless Atlanta turns them over on multiple occasions – which isn’t likely – the Pats are going to get theirs.

O/U total points after the 1st quarter: 13.5

O/U total points at halftime: 29.5

O/U total points after three quarters: 43.5

Odds on the Super Bowl going to overtime: 75/1

There were 13 games from the 2016 season that needed extra time to determine a winner. But not one playoff game has gone beyond the fourth quarter thus far. Looking to the big game, no Super Bowl has ever gone to overtime. Don’t expect that to change this year.

Odds the Super Bowl winner returns to the Super Bowl next season: 18/1

Odds a kicker misses an extra point: 7/3

Odds on which team gets more sacks

New England: 4/5
Atlanta: 5/4

Though Atlanta boasts regular season sack king Vic Beasley, he ain’t the type of player who can feast on good offensive lines. Overall, these teams are pretty even in sack statistics (sacktisitcs?): they both had 34 in the regular season; Atlanta has five in the playoffs; New England has three. Where they differ is in sacks allowed. Brady is a master of getting the ball out quickly and the Pats only surrendered 24 sacks on the year. Atlanta gave up 37.

That said, how mobile did Matt Ryan look in the NFC Championship? That was Aaron Rodgers-esque.

O/U total sacks: 3.5

O/U total turnovers: 1.5

Odds on which team will force more turnovers

New England: 8/9
Atlanta: 9/8

It’s rare for either of these teams to come out behind in the turnover battle, as they both finished tied for the fewest giveaways in the league this season. The Falcons have a takeway in ten-straight games, while the Pats have one in eight-straight. But overall, New England has slightly more takeaways on the year.

Odds there is a completed Hail Mary: 66/1

Odds a defense scores a TD: 4/1

Odds a kick/punt is returned for a TD: 13/1

Odds a kick/punt is blocked: 12/1

Odds to throw more TDs

Tom Brady: 10/9
Matt Ryan: 5/3
Tie: 5/1

Both quarterbacks are playing at a level two steps above elite. Matt Ryan hasn’t had a passer rating below 120 since Week 13 and Brady has tossed 3-plus TDs in over half of the games he’s played this season. But not only is Brady far more used to the game’s biggest stage, he’s also playing the worse pass defense.

Odds to score the most TDs

Julio Jones: 4/1
Devonta Freeman: 6/1
LeGarrette Blount: 7/1
Chris Hogan: 7/1
Julian Edelman: 9/1
Tevin Coleman: 9/1
Dion Lewis: 11/1
Mohamed Sanu: 11/1
FIELD: 12/1

Turf toe or not, Jones will be the most terrifying player on the field in Super Bowl 51. New England can gameplan to stop the impressive physical specimen, but that just means there will be openings for Atlanta’s others stars to succeed. Of course, as Hogan and the Pats proved, anyone on their offense is capable of going off too.

Odds to throw more INTs

Matt Ryan: 6/5
Tom Brady: 7/3
Tie: 3/1

Brady set an NFL record for touchdown-to-interception ratio this season, but it’s actually Ryan who enters the Super Bowl without throwing a pick in the last six games. Don’t be shocked if neither of these QBs makes a crucial mistake in this game.

Odds to rush for the most yards

LeGarrette Blount: 9/4
Devonta Freeman: 5/2
Tevin Coleman: 3/1
Dion Lewis: 6/1
FIELD: 28/1

Blount led all ball-carriers last week with a measly 47 yards, but should see more action against a mediocre Atlanta run D. That is, if they don’t fall behind big like Green Bay.

Odds to have the most receiving yards

Julio Jones: 2/1
Chris Hogan: 5/1
Julian Edelman: 5/1
Mohamed Sanu: 8/1
Martellus Bennett: 10/1
Taylor Gabriel: 10/1
FIELD: 14/1

Odds both QBs throw for 300+ yards: 5/1

Odds multiple WRs have 100+ yards: 2/1

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for most combined points: 8/3

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for most combined TDs: 7/3

Super Bowl XXIX between San Francisco and San Diego is the current record-holder for both points (75 combined points; 49-26) and touchdowns (ten). The offenses taking the stage at NRG Stadium certainly have the potential to light up the scoreboard, but the game also features two defensive-minded coaches. Bill Belichick and Dan Quinn may not be able to shutdown the opposing offense – as the game total O/U above suggests – but 75 is a mammoth number.

The efficiency of both redzone offenses makes it slightly more likely that the total touchdowns record will fall than the points record.

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for most combined yards from scrimmage: 5/1

Washington and Denver combined for 929 yards from scrimmage in Super Bowl XXII. The Falcons have eclipsed 500 net yards three times this season and the Patriots just once. It should be noted those games came against Cleveland, San Francisco, Carolina, and Oakland. Both defenses will give up their share of yards. Neither is going to get downright embarrassed.

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for combined QB passing yards: 3/2

The current record is 649 from Super Bowl XXXVIII between the Panthers and Patriots. New England’s third-ranked rush defense will ensure the Falcons keep the ball in the air, while Brady and company will be able to pick on a 28th-ranked pass defense without its best corner.

Odds the game breaks the Super Bowl record for combined QB TD passes: 2/1

Super Bowls XIII and XXIX both saw a record seven touchdown passes. Kyle Shanahan and Josh McDaniels are brilliant play-designers and will find ways to get their respective receivers open in the redzone. But I expect both defenses to sellout trying to take away the pass when their back is up against the wall.

Odds both teams score on their opening possession: 1/1

With two weeks to prepare a gameplan and script their first drives, McDaniels and Shanahan will have their offenses prepared and firing from the opening whistle.

 

Patriots Props

Odds Tom Brady breaks the Super Bowl record for most passing TDs: 49/1

Brady already possesses the record for most career touchdown passes in the Super Bowl, but the four he threw in his last appearance (a personal best) were still two less than Steve Young’s Super Bowl record (six). As exciting as it would be, we won’t be treated to seven Brady touchdown passes.

Odds Rob Gronkowski plays in the Super Bowl: 1,000/1

The dude just had back surgery in early December. I have a better chance of playing in this game than he does.

Odds Dion Lewis scores a rushing, receiving and return TD in the Super Bowl: 499/1

Lewis became the first player to accomplish the feat in postseason history in the Patriots’ Divisional Round matchup with the Texans. As poor as the defense is that he’s playing, the trifecta is just too rare.

Odds on Bill Belichick’s hoodie color in the Super Bowl

Blue: 3/4
Grey: 5/3
Red: 9/1
No hoodie: 9/1

In his first two Super Bowl appearances as head coach of the Patriots, Belichick sported blue pullover jackets that cannot be categorized as hoodies. Belichick then wore a dark grey hoodie in the next, followed by red, dark grey again, and blue in his most recent trip.

It should be noted that Belichick has never matched his hoodie with the color the Pats are wearing. The Falcons are the designated home team for this Super Bowl, and will likely choose to wear their red jerseys, meaning New England will wear white. This leaves all colors on the table for Belichick’s Super Bowl LI hoodie. My money goes on blue; he’s 3-0 in the Super Bowl in that color. He’s 0-1 in red.

 

Falcons Props

Odds Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman both score TDs in the Super Bowl: 5/3

The two have both found the endzone in six games this season, and it has happened in each of the Falcons last three games now. With Julio Jones likely drawing a ton of attention in the redzone, Freeman and Coleman will have their opportunities.

Odds Matt Ryan scores a rushing TD in the Super Bowl: 12/1

Ryan has six career rushing touchdowns in his nine seasons in the league, one of which came in the NFC Championship game. Don’t expect him to make it two straight.

 

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If you just want to have some fun with game prop bets, Click Here for the 2017-Super-Bowl-LI-51-Prop-Bet-Sheet

You can print out a few copies and bring it to you Super Bowl Party on Gameday. It even incudes a QR code to you can use to check the results with your smartphone.

The Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas is annually the first shop to set the market — and to great fanfare. Sports book director Jay Kornegay and his staff release more props on the game every year. Their betting options go well over 400 deep in 2017.

 

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sports.bovada.lv/football

mytopsportsbooks.com

 

 

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Game of Squares

 

Super Bowl Squares is one of the most popular ways for Americans to bet on the Super Bowl. It’s played on a 10 by 10 grid of squares, which people buy for a fixed price. Each square is assigned two numbers that aim to match the score of the Super Bowl.

There are many different variations of how people play football squares, also known as Super Bowl Squares. Most people play during the Super Bowl, but squares can be played for any other game, or in some cases you can use the same squares for multiple games (Example: NFL Playoffs). Basics of the Game:

  • Start with an empty 10 by 10 grid. This will give you 100 Squares that you can let your Users select.

  • Now assign one team to the columns, and one to the rows.

  • Begin recruiting your Users to join your Football Squares pool. If you use our site to Play Football Squares Online, this will be a much easier process since you can simply email everyone the link to your site and let them choose their squares. If you decide to use a Spreadsheet or Printable Sheet, then this process will take you a lot more time simply because of having to try and share a single sheet or spreadsheet.
  • Once all the squares have been filled, it is time to assign the numbers. Randomly assign numbers 0 through 9 to each column, followed by doing the same for each row. Now each square represents a specific score in the game based on the column and row numbers.

  • Your Football Squares grid is now complete, and you just need to wait til the game is played to determine who will be your winners. A winner is usually determined at the end of the 1st quarter, 2nd quarter, 3rd quarter, and Final Game score. The winner is determined by looking at the last number in each of the teams’ score, and then matching those numbers on the grid and seeing which square intersects those two numbers. An example would be if the Miami Dolphins were playing the New York Giants in the Super Bowl, and the score at halftime was Miami Dolphins 33, and NY Giants 24. The last number for the Dolphins is 3, and the last number for the Giants is 4. The square on the grid that has the Dolphins with a number of 3, and Giants score of 4, would be the winner.

 

  • Payouts for the winners vary depending on your setup, but usually the 1st through 3rd quarter get about 20% of the pot each, and the final score would get the remaining 40%.

 

Other Options

  • Assign a different set of numbers per Quarter

  • Assign a different set of numbers per Half

  • Use a 5 by 5 grid, where each square has two numbers for each team

 

To get you ready, we crunched the numbers — more than 14,000 games — to see which numbers have the best odds of winning.

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video of how to make Football Squares with your ipad

 

 

 

 

 

FANFOOD Super Bowl LI Blank Squares Sheet:

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Gameday Beer Cocktails

 

So while no party would be complete without Beer, it’s possible you’re bored of drinking the same old warm, domestic stuff straight from the can. Luckily, there are beer-based cocktail recipes that can ramp up even the blandest of brews.

 

FANFOOD Top 10 Beer Cocktails

 

1. Black and Tan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Black-and-tan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This popular mixed-beer cocktail simply layers Guinness over Smithwick’s Ale. The trick to perfecting this mix is pouring the Guinness into the glass over a spoon.

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2. Raspberry Beer Cocktail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raspberry-beer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This fruity cocktail blends Corona, vodka and raspberry lemonade, and tastes similar to a punch.

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3. Michelada

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michelada

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This multi-step recipe requires ingredients you probably already have lying around your kitchen, including Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, soy sauce, lime juice and ground pepper. And Corona, of course.

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4. Black Velvet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Black-velvet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Black Velvet cocktails dress up one part classic Guinness stout to two parts champagne or prosecco.

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5. Snakebite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Snakebite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Snakebite is a cocktail made up of equal parts dry hard cider and stout beer.

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6. Beer Mojito

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ginger-beer-mojito

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This unusual take on the classic mojito adds your favorite India Pale Ale into the mix.

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This recipe calls for mixing Hoegaarden with Framboise lambic, a type of Belgian beer mixed with raspberry syrup.

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The Chelada mixes light lime juice and coarse salt with a light lager for a refreshing alternative to the classic Michelada.

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This refreshing shandy blends mild Pilsner with fresh lemonade.

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A teaspoon of maple syrup compliments the bourbon and Southern Comfort in this brown ale-based cocktail.

 

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Super Bowl Fun Facts

 

  • The Vince Lombardi Trophy stands 20 3/4 inches tall, weighs 6.7 pounds and is valued more than $25,000. It is made of sterling silver by Tiffany & Company.
  • Each player on the winning team in Super Bowl XLIX will receive $92,000. Each losing player gets $46,000.
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos have both been to a record eight Super Bowls. The Steelers have won the most Super Bowls with six.
  • Only four teams (the Browns, Lions, Jaguars, and Texans) have never appeared in a Super Bowl.
  • No Super Bowl has ever gone to overtime. The closest it ever got was in Super Bowl XXXIV when the Tennessee Titans were stopped one-yard short of scoring a game-tying touchdown against the St. Louis Rams as time expired.
  • Of the 10 most-watched programs in U.S. television history, nine of them are Super Bowls. The Super Bowl between the Packers and Steelers were viewed by 111 million people and is still not the most watched game.
  • It’s truly a worldwide event. Super Bowl XLIX will be distributed to more than 185 countries and broadcast in 30 different languages.
  • When it comes to watching the Super Bowl, nine out of 10 watchers are going to be at a home — either their house or someone else’s.
  • The average number of people at a Super Bowl party is 17.
  • Roughly 48 million Americans will order takeout or delivery food from a restaurant instead of cooking up grub at home.
  • 51.7 million cases of beer will be sold to quench Super Bowl fans.
  • Super Bowl Sunday ranks among the biggest drinking nights of the year along with New Year’s Eve, St. Patrick’s Day and Thanksgiving Eve.
  • Super Bowl Sunday is the most popular grilling day of winter with 62% of owners firing up the grill.
  • 1.23 billion chicken wings will be eaten by fans will be eating on GameDay, and that adds up to more than 100 million pounds of chicken wings.
  • 11.2 million pounds of potato chips will be chomped on by fans in front of the television during the big game.
  • 8 million pounds of avocados will be mashed up. Hass Avocado says that’s 71.4 million avocados.
  • You’ll need some Tortilla chips to go with all that guacamole, how about the 8.2 million pounds that will be consumed by fans.
  • 3.8 million pounds of popcorn will be placed in bowls.
  • All this shows that it’s going to be quite a feast. In fact, the Super Bowl is the second highest day of food consumption in the United States after Thanksgiving.
  • Because of this, Antacids sales are expected to increase 20% on the day after Super Bowl.
  • Nearly one-third of U.S. adults are likely to bet on the big game with men outnumbering women who decide to put some cash on the line.
  • The most points scored by a team in a Super Bowl were San Francisco‘s 55 in 1990 against Denver. The fewest were Miami’s three in 1972 against Dallas.
  • The Super Bowl brings 150 million to an area. That includes all the money spent by fans, sponsors, media and other visitors.
  • Phil Simms from the Giants became the first player to say “I’m going to Disney World!”

 

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In this era of the DVR, it’s not uncommon to intentionally not watch a show while it’s live so that you can fast-forward through the commercials.

The Super Bowl is probably the only time when people can’t wait for commercials — some people only “watch” the game for them.

According to Forbes, in 2014 a 30-second commercial cost an outrageous $4 million and double that for a 1-minute commercial — and that doesn’t include the cost to make the commercial.

Last year the Super Bowl was the most watched event in America with more than 108 million viewers, but the really fascinating thing is why people watched. Several studies have proven that 50% of the Super Bowl audience tunes in just to watch the ads.

In 2016, a thirty-second spot during Super Bowl 50 (L) is selling for an average of $5 million, which is up about $500,000 from 2015. The Super Bowl will be broadcast on CBS from Levi’s® Stadium – (Home of the San Francisco 49ers) located in Santa Clara, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area on Feb. 7, 2016. The halftime entertainment includes Coldplay, with both Rihanna and Beyoncé taking part.

Neilsen Ratings 2015: According to results from The Nielsen Company, the broadcast of Super Bowl XLIX on NBC had an average audience of 114.4 million viewers, which surpassed the previous year’s Super Bowl, and became the most watched television program of all time. The game peaked at 120.8 million viewers during its final minutes. Katy Perry’s performance was also the most watched halftime show in the 49 year history of the event.

Commercials are often considered interruptions to the entertainment we love. But Super Bowl ads are different—instead of being intruders, they are like the “must have” guests that keep a party rockin’.

Some might make you laugh, others might make you tear up — you don’t have to like them but you’re probably going to watch them.

Even if your favorite team is not playing during the biggest night in football, fans can always look forward to the awesome commercials that play during the Super Bowl. And in our social media-driven age, some companies have begun to debut online trailers to build anticipation for their content during the game.

 

 

Thirty-second spots during Super Bowl 51 (LI) are selling for an average of $5 million, which is up about the same as ads from 2016. The Super Bowl will be broadcast on FOX NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas – (Home of the Houston Texans) on Feb. 5, 2017. Super Bowl 51 will feature the champions from both the AFC and NFC, and the Texans won the AFC South, so it could be a home game if they can win during the playoffs. The Pepsi sponsored halftime entertainment features Lady Gaga.

Expect to see these brands grabbing for your attention during Super Bowl 51 (LI) on Feb 5th! (and the weeks surrounding the big game) Automotive: Audi, Buick, Honda, Kia, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz and WeatherTech. Food and Beverage: Anheuser-Busch, Avocados From Mexico, Pepsi, Skittles, Snickers Packaged Goods: Febreze, GNC, Mr. Clean Retail: 84 Lumber

Neilsen Ratings 2016: According to results from The Nielsen Company, the broadcast of Super Bowl L (2016) on CBS had an average audience of 111.9 million viewers, and was viewed in an average of 54.3 million homes and had a preliminary 46.6 U.S. household rating.

Preliminary estimates also found that 72% of U.S. homes with televisions in use were tuned into the Super Bowl 50 telecast—the highest household share since Super Bowl XVI in 1982. In regard to the social nature of the big game, Nielsen Social noted that 16.9 million Tweets were sent by 3.8 million unique authors about “Super Bowl 50” on CBS on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. Included within this total Twitter activity for the TV event, 4.6 million Tweets were sent by 1.4 unique authors about the advertisements that aired in the live TV event. Additionally, the most-Tweeted minute during the TV event was at 8:44 p.m. ET, when 162,000 Tweets were sent in the minute following the Super Bowl halftime show.

 

Top advertisers sitting out

Super Bowl LI

 

Some familiar names will be missing during the commercial breaks of this year’s Super Bowl.

Top Super Bowl advertisers such as Frito Lay, BMW, Butterfinger, Toyota, and Taco Bell will not have ads running during Super Bowl LI on Feb. 5. The rising costs of 30-second commercials, a drop in returns, a rise in competition, and the NFL’s viewership problems in 2016 among the chief concerns, cites Tanya Dua of Digiday.

Super Bowl ads have grown to a cost of $5.5 million. While the biggest game of the NFL season is prime advertising territory, and ad campaigns can cost up to $10 million when fees and PR are taken into account, according to Mike Sheldon, CEO of Deutsch North America.

“The decision has become a heck of a lot difficult, and there’s a bit of a fatigue,” he said. “If you’re the CEO, you have to justify it a hell (of a) lot more.”

Frito Lay has annually produced a Super Bowl commercial for its Doritos brand and had even sought the advice of fans for their 30-second spots since 2007.

According to Dua, only 90 percent of the commercial slots had been filled as of early December. That mark is often met by September or October.

Among the confirmed advertisers for this year’s game are Busch, Snickers, Intel, Skittles, Hyundai, Bud Light, and Budweiser.

from: the score.com

 

The 2017 Super Bowl Commercials. Who’s In?

 

Wix

They’re going for a triple-play! Wrong sport, we know, but the website builder Wix.com is airing a Super Bowl commercial for the third year in a row! They made history by launching their 2017 Super Bowl ad campaign on Facebook Live on January 17. This is the first time a brand ever released an ad using Facebook or YouTube Live.

The hot, action ad features beautiful duo Gal Gadot and Jason Statham, with a nice guy named Felix playing the hero (and website builder).

 

 

In addition to sharing this action-packed ad, Wix also announced a very cool contest where you can win up to 50K simply by making an image of Felix your Facebook profile picture.

Plus – Gal Gadot is busy posting about the Big Game ad on her own Facebook page. She posted the following video along with the line:

“Come on Chef Felix! I used steak knives like yours for my tea parties when I was 7.
Watch me in the new Wix.com Big Game teaser. Things are getting real!”

 

Intel

It’s official commercial Kick Off! Intel is the first brand to publish a Super Bowl LI video this season – and they’ve scored a touchdown! Their Intel Super Bowl commercial stars Patriots’ Quarterback, Tom Brady! (How convenient for Intel that Brady will be playing on the field as well.) Intel will be using the ad to promote the new Intel 360 replay technology.

Watch the ad here!

 

 

Skittles

The colorful candymaker, Skittles, is also back in the Big Game for the third year in a row. Last year, Steven Tyler promoted the little sugary sweets, but this year’s Skittles 2017 Super Bowl commercial focuses on the “Taste the Rainbow” tagline. Skittled released the ad on January 24th, nearly two weeks before the Big Game.

The company has chosen to promote their message this year without enlisting help from A-List celebs. Instead, Skittles put together a cute, creative clip that reminds us that romance is still alive. Or is it?

 


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Mars is also shelling out big bucks in 2017 for a 30-second commercial about their chocolatey, caramel candy bar – the world famous Snickers. The exciting news is that Snickers 2017 Super Bowl ad will star Adam Driver of Star Wars and Girls fame.
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Snickers – like Hyundai – has a brand new idea for their 2017 Super Bowl ad! They are going live, creating a commercial in real time, during their game. Despite the new format, they will be sticking to their “You’re Not You When You’re Hungry” theme (If it ain’t broke, why fix it?) so we’re already pretty impatient to see what they have in store!

They have released four teasers to get us psyched for the 30-second, western-themed spot. This one is called “Horse Casting.”

 

 

For the first time ever, the spotlight will be on Busch beer during one whole 30-second Super Bowl commercial. Considered a below-premium brand, you may know Busch as the beer of choice for frat boys everywhere. But while Busch may be a Super Bowl rookie, their parent company, Anheuser-Busch, has been a constant presence on the Super Bowl advertising stage for as long as we can remember! A-B also owns Budweiser, Bud Light and Shock Top and they hold exclusive beer advertising rights for the Super Bowl.

We can thank them for unforgettable Budweiser Super Bowl commercials like this:

 

Bud Light

Bud Light is back for Super Bowl LI with a simple, 60-second commercial promoting the brand’s new tagline, “Famous Among Friends.” No mock elections. No crazy nights of finding a regular Joe who is “Up for Whatever.” No celebrity appearances from the likes of Don Cheadle or Arnold Schwarzenegger. Instead, the ad shows two guys enjoying a lifetime of friendship and unforgettable moments, all with Bud Light in hand.

 

 

Avocados from Mexico

They’re becoming regulars! Avocados From Mexico will once again advertise in the Super Bowl in 2017, making them a third-timer like Wix and Skittles! The unlikely commercial by this seller of the green, creamy fruit will air early in the first quarter of the Big Game. Their goal, it seems, is to hypnotize us into serving up a dish of guac as we watch the game…

Check out their brand new teaser:

 

 

Justin Timberlake

He is coming to Super Bowl LI, but he isn’t performing at the Halftime Show. Instead, he’ll be touting the health benefits of Bai drinks. And since he’s a major shareholder in the company, they probably didn’t even have to twist his arm (or pay out a few million $) to get him to do the ad.

This will be the second consecutive Bai Super Bowl commercial. Last year they aired a rather strange commercial that was appropriately named, “None of this makes sense.”

 

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‘Mean Joe’ Greene Reunited With The Kid From His Famous Super Bowl Commercial, And It Was Heartwarming

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best one is probably the Coca-Cola commercial featuring ex-Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman “Mean Joe” Greene and a young fan whose real name is Tommy Okon. If you haven’t seen it in a while, stop what you’re doing and watch it, because it never fails to warm your heart.

CBS has decided to do a special on the best ads in the history of football’s biggest game with the special Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials 2016. There’s no word as to what will happen, outside of this preview which reunites Greene with Okon. Despite not seeing each other in years, the duo immediately knew they were meeting up with one another. They also discussed why they believe this ad is so beloved by everyone.

Greene no longer looks like a hard-nosed football player, while Okon is now in his 40s, but it’s still heartwarming to see the pair from one of the best commercials of all-time reunite.

 

 

Superbowl Commercial Links:

 

You can Watch all the commercials after they air by clicking here

YouTube Super Bowl ADs

 

To view the commercials from Super Bowl 50

NFL.com/superbowl/50/commercials

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLIX

NFL.com/superbowl/49/commercials

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVIII

NFL.com/superbowl/48/commercials

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVII

NFL.com/superbowl/47/commercials

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVI

NFL.com/superbowl/46/commercials

 

 

SB AD Links:

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CBS Super Bowl Commercials

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SB commercials Wiki page

USA Today AD Meter

New York Post SB Commercials

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