Baylor vs Xavier

Baylor vs Xavier  Live stream. Bears hope to win for seniors in home finale vs. Iowa State

 

After seven straight losses at McLane Stadium dating back to last season, Baylor hopes to change the story line and send out its seniors with a win in the home finale. Saturday’s 1:30 p.m. game against Iowa State will be the last for seniors who have contributed a great deal to the program like linebacker Taylor Young, tight end Jordan Feuerbacher, defensive end Brian Nance, offensive tackle Mo Porter and safeties Taion Sells and Davion Hall.

LAS VEGAS – No. 15/14 Xavier moved to 5-1 on the season after a second-half surge by Arizona State (6-0) powered the Sun Devils past the Musketeers,102-86, in the championship game of the Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational. Xavier took a 15-point lead in the first half, but ASU pulled to within two by the break and continued its run through out the second half, steadily building the lead to hand the Musketeers their first holiday tournament loss since the 2014-15 season. J.P.

Beating resurgent Iowa State will be a major undertaking for a Baylor team that’s 1-9 overall and 1-6 in the Big 12. The Bears have lost all five games at McLane Stadium this season, but they’d like to make this one special for the seniors.

Stanford vs Notre Dame

Stanford vs Notre Dame Live stream. Notre Dame Football: 3 bold predictions vs. Stanford in Week 13, Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Stanford Cardinal Odds, Analysis, Betting Pick

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It’s the final game of the regular season for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish as they travel out to Palo Alto, California to take on the Stanford Cardinal. It may not be the biggest game on the national radar this week, but make no mistake about it… it’s a HUGE game for Notre Dame. The Irish fought off an upset bid from the rival Midshipmen, but the win was far from a success. Navy’s grueling and monotonous offense doesn’t allow for many blowouts, but a seven point victory wasn’t ideal.

If the Irish can win this game, they end the regular season at 10-2, ranked inside the top 10 (maybe top 5), and on their way to a major bowl game (most likely the Cotton Bowl). If Notre Dame should lose, it’s another Whatever Bowl and possibly a win over IDK University. The Stanford Cardinal hold the edge in the recent rivalry with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, winning six of the last eight meetings, including victories the last two seasons.

That said, Stanford still comes in at No. 21 in the rankings despite their 8-3 record. A win against the Cardinal will mark the third time this season that the Irish have taken down top 25 competition. However, a loss will mark the third time Notre Dame has lost in that same category. Nevertheless, here are three bold predictions for the Irish as they head to Stanford Saturday.