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2019 college football Week 10 live thread, streaming, TV info

A fun little college Saturday.

Oregon’s beefy offensive line sets to protect him against the California Golden Bears, Oct. 5, 2019.
Oregon’s beefy offensive line sets to protect him against the California Golden Bears, Oct. 5, 2019.
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A beautiful November Saturday of college football is upon us.

Three random prospect groups I’m interested in today:

Georgia’s defense

#8 Georgia Bulldogs at* #6 Florida Gators

3:30pm ET/12:30pm PT, CBS
* - Game to be played at TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, Florida

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UGA’s not great up front this year, but the defense has plenty of talent nonetheless. Not the hottest take when you’re talking about a team that’s fifth in the country in points allowed.

LBs Monty Rice and Tae Crowder should both get drafted. S Richard LeCounte is really intriguing. I think S J.R. Reed probably gets drafted after him, but I wouldn’t put that at 100%. I think CB Eric Stokes should stay for another year; if he does and puts in a good 2020, I could see him as a Day 2 CB with starting potential.

And while I’m keying on the defense, I know plenty of Los Angeles Rams fans are all in on offensive line talent. For those of you, get a look at UGA LG Solomon Kindley.

Miami’s front seven

Miami Hurricanes at Florida State Seminoles

3:30pm ET/12:30pm PT, ABC

EDGE Jonathan Garvin. LB Michael Pinckney. ILB Shaquille Quarterman. EDGE Trevon Hill. And RS freshman DE Gregory Rousseau might be the best of em.

This one’s a bit melancholy given how much these two programs have fallen off. With both schools at 4-4, this one has the air of disappointment regardless of who wins.

Ducks’ O-line

#7 Oregon Ducks at USC Trojans

3:30pm ET/12:30pm PT, CBS

Here ya go, line stans.

LG Shane Lemieux, C Jake Hanson and RT Calvin Throckmorton are all coming to the NFL. Throckmorton especially has to be tantalizing for the Rams’ coaching staff given that he’s played every position on the line except left guard. And true sophomore LT Penei Sewell is going to be in many first rounds of 2021 mocks.

USC’s defensive front isn’t the best challenge for them, but that’s kind of the setup here. Expect Oregon’s line to have a comfortable day. Anything less would be a severe disappointment given the quality of Oregon’s front five.

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