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By: Evan "Tex" Western
An early Black Friday game will help decide at least one of the teams to play in the AAC’s championship next week.
Over the last few years, Black Friday has become a day of college football almost as much as it is a celebration of retail shopping. More and more intriguing games are scheduled for this day each year, including a number of in-state rivalries, particularly some that cross conference lines.
This year, however, perhaps the most interesting game comes in the American Athletic Conference, where #19 Tulane visits #24 Cincinnati. The winner of that game will go on to host the conference’s championship game, since the two teams come into Friday in a tie for the top spot in the conference at 6-1. The loser of that game still has a chance to make next week’s title game depending on other games on Saturday, but there are some complex tiebreaker scenarios that could come into play.
Meanwhile, in-state and border rivalries will also kick off today, including the likes of NC State-North Carolina and Florida-Florida State. Join us all day for all of the college football action while you’re not paying attention to the World Cup, which finds the United States playing England at 2 PM Eastern.
Originally posted on ACME Packing Company