Garcia vs Porter

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When asked whether his opponent Shawn Porter’s aggressive style should be considered dirty (if not illegal), fellow former welterweight champion Danny Garcia’s answer was short and direct.

“It’s true,” Garcia (34-1, 20 KOs) told CBS Sports during an interview on the “In This Corner” podcast to promote his vacant WBC 147-pound title bout against Porter (28-2-1, 17 KOs) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York (Showtime, 9 p.m. ET).

Andre Berto, who was stopped by Porter in 2017 after what he described as an unremorseful barrage of head butts and elbows, couldn’t help but agree.

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“I just don’t get it, I just don’t get it,” Berto told CBS Sports. “In our fight, it seemed so intentional but I guess that’s just the way he fights and trains. But you can just tell it didn’t faze him to a point. It didn’t faze him to stop with the head and try something different or stop with the elbows.

“He had cuts on both of his eyes as well and kept on like this is normal. I was like, ‘What is this? Are we boxing or what are we doing? Hey referee, what are we doing?’ Me just being the type of guy that I am, I automatically want to go back at him on some foul type s— but [trainer] Virgil [Hunter] wouldn’t let me.”

Say what you will about whether Porter, 30, employs a dirty style, the former IBF champion has certainly been effective at coming forward with reckless abandon and slowly breaking the will of many of his opponents.

The 5-foot-7 Porter, who is built like a running back in football, is well aware of the stigma his ferocious style has created yet isn’t willing to tone it down on his quest to climb the ladder at welterweight and redeem previous title defeats to the likes of Kell Brook and Keith Thurman.

“My style is only legal in Brooklyn and a few other cities in this world,” Porter said. “It’s hard to do what I do, it’s hard to remain consistent in it. I think that’s why people have problems with it, because I’m so consistent and the tempo [at which] it comes. It frustrates you and it won’t allow you to think. At the end of the day, if you’re frustrating a man and not letting him think, I believe that is considered a crime and the only difference is I’m getting paid for it.”

Garcia, 30, lost the title he’ll be fighting for on Saturday via split decision to Thurman in their 2017 unification bout. Thurman, who has been inactive ever since due to multiple injuries, was eventually stripped of his WBC belt, putting not just a title at stake for the winner of Garcia-Porter, but an opportunity to face unbeaten IBF champion Errol Spence Jr. in a 2019 unification bout.

When it comes to Porter’s pressure, Garcia believes he’s simply a different kind of fighter than Berto (“whose will has been broken for many years”) and says his mental strength will prevent him from being broken by Porter in the same way.

During their August news conference to announce the fight, Garcia also used the platform in a very strategic manner telling Porter not to expect an episode of “Dancing With the Stars” against him. In fact, he outright prepared Porter “to expect fireworks” and reiterated that he’s coming to fight.

“At the end of the day, I’m going to come fight him and beat him at his own game,” Garcia said. “What can you do when somebody is beating you at what you do best? Nothing.

“You want to come forward and you want to fight then you have to be cautious for the two-handed punching power with the right and left hand.”

From Porter’s perspective, there was a method to Garcia’s madness.

“I think in order for him to win, he needs me to stand there right in front of him,” Porter said. “He needs me to have that right range and distance and it’s only predicated upon someone being right there for him.”

Porter entered the ring following Garcia’s one-punch knockout victory over Brandon Rios in February and engaged in a trash talk session that he believes helped him secure the fight.

Should Porter prove successful at roughing Garcia up a bit by coloring outside the lines, a straight up brawl could easily break out just the same. While Garcia certainly yields the advantages of speed and movement to Porter, he just might hold the edge in the two categories that could ultimately make the difference in the fight: power and chin.

Garcia has a proven ability to rise to the occasion in his biggest fights with the level of performance needed to get the nod in a close decision. Even his lone career defeat against Thurman saw him rallying late to narrowly fall by razor-thin scores. Along with his toughness, the key to Garcia’s ability to keep his head above water is his underrated IQ and technique.

The problem with Porter’s breakneck style is that if he doesn’t actually break you, he can be tamed into a decision defeat. Look for Garcia to do just that, relying more on heavy counter shots than speed and elusiveness to gain enough of an edge.

Khan vs Vargas

Amir Khan vs Samuel Vargas Live Stream online Tv.Amir Khan is looking for another world title crack or a huge stadium fight if he sees off Samuel Vargas on Saturday night, Khan vs Vargas fight start time for the Birmingham Arena fight.A welterweight contest (147lbs) between Amir Khan and Samuel Vargas. The fight is likely to become a WBA world title eliminator, according to Khan, with the winner fighting Manny Pacquiao.

It is only Khan’s second fight since his brutal defeat against Saul Alvarez in 2016, but in his comeback match against Phil Lo Greco, it took the four-time world champion only 39 seconds to defeat the Colombian.

When is it?
Saturday, September 8, 2018.

Where is it?
Birmingham Arena (formerly Barclaycard Arena), Birmingham, UK.

What TV channel will it be on?
The fight will be live on Sky Sports Action.

What time is the fight likely to start?
Coverage begins at 7pm with Khan’s fight likely to begin at around 10pm BST.

How can I get tickets?
Tickets are on sale here. Prices start at £46.50.

Who is Vargas?
The 29 year old Colombian is a domestic-level fighter, and the clash with Khan his first fight for a world title. He has a record of 29 wins, 3 defeats and 2 draws, and is ranked world 10th by the WBA at welterweight. Khan is ranked 7th.

Vargas has previously fought the likes of Danny Garcia and Errol Spence, although he was defeated both times. As Khan has recognised, the underdog will be keen to create a name for himself on the world stage by causing upset in Birmingham.
Have they ever met before?
No, although Khan’s last opponent, Phil Lo Greco, is from the same city as Vargas in Colombia.

What are they saying?
Amir Khan:

“One of my aims this year was to be as active as possible, so I’m very happy to get back in the ring again so soon against Samuel Vargas. He is a tough and well-schooled fighter who has shared the ring with some top welterweights. I have to get past Vargas before looking at the biggest challenges going forward. I’m not going to be taking Vargas lightly because I know he will be coming with everything on September 8th.

“I hope to give the fans in Birmingham the same excitement and fireworks as my last fight. It will not be one to miss!”

Samuel Vargas:

“I am excited to step in the ring with Amir Khan. I have been granted more than enough time to properly prepare for Amir and you will see the best Samuel Vargas to date.

“Mark my words, we might both be from the same city and country, but I am nothing like Phil Lo Greco. That’s a guarantee. I’m going to give Amir hell. He’s an old man. He’s been hurt before and he’s been stopped many times. I just have to land one punch on his chin, left or right hand. His feet will go all over the place and if he’s still there I’ll hit him again and again.”henever Amir Khan flexes his right hand he sees multiple scars from an operation two years ago in which part of his hip bone was grafted into his broken fist. But, as he prepares to face Samuel Vargas in Birmingham on Saturday night, he says there is no permanent mental damage from the three brutal stoppages on his record – and that, at 31, he still has plenty left in the tank.

“I’ve trained harder than ever before,” says Khan after a punishing first full camp with his trainer, Joe Goossen. “I feel better now than when I was 25. And I hit a lot harder. This is a fight that will tell me what I have left, how far I can go and whether I can go to the next level to the fights like Manny Pacquiao and Kell Brook. But I know I’ve got a lot left in me. If I didn’t I’d walk away.

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“Remember Pacquiao was at his peak when he was 31, 32. He was knocking out guys like Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. I remember training and sparring with him then, and he was at his strongest. I’m coming back because I know I can achieve more in the sport before I call it a day. I’m still young, I still feel young.”

Khan believes Vargas is “nowhere near my level” and the evidence of the naked eye and their respective records suggests he is right.

Vargas, a 29-year-old Canadian-Colombian, has 29 victories and only three defeats from 34 fights. However, whenever he has stepped into the highest class, against fighters such as Errol Spence and Danny Garcia, he has been stopped. Khan should win – and comfortably.

He knows there are plenty of doubters – including Vargas, who says Khan is “damaged” from being knocked out by Canelo Álvarez when he unwisely moved up to light-middleweight to fight the Mexican in 2016.

“It’s all mind games,” Khan says. “Vargas has been knocked out himself, he’s been stopped himself. He shouldn’t be in the same ring as me. I need this type of fight to get me going again because my last fight [a one-round stoppage of Phil Lo Greco] was so short and I have had such a long time out of the ring with the hand injury.”

Khan points out he has never lost as a welterweight. And crucially, he seems to have finally realised he does not have to necessarily slug it out every time he is put under pressure – which has been sometimes been his undoing. “Having big balls can get you into trouble,” he says. “You shouldn’t be too happy to have them because they can get you in to trouble.”

Much of Khan’s renewed confidence comes from working with Goossen, an eloquent and flamboyant trainer with several world champions on his CV, including Joel Casamayor, Diego Corrales and Michael Nunn.

The 65-year-old Goossen says Khan is “undoubtedly” the quickest fighter he has ever worked with – “he’s left me going ‘wow’ a few times and that is not easy to do after all these jaded years,”– but believes he has significantly improved Khan’s fitness and made his charge harder to hit.

Michigan vs Western Michigan

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Michigan opens its 2018 home schedule on Saturday reeling from a seven-point loss at Notre Dame, looking for a get-right game against Western Michigan. That loss to the Irish snapped an 11-game winning streak for Jim Harbaugh in the month of September, changing the position of the Wolverines from the early frontrunner to playing catch-up in the College Football Playoff race.

Western Michigan also lost its opener, falling 55-42 at home to Syracuse. They bring an up-tempo offensive attack to Michigan Stadium looking to pull off a huge upset on one of the biggest stages in the state.
The effort to get right after the loss at Notre Dame will improve play from the offensive side of the ball. Shea Patterson should get plenty of work here in his Big House debut, and if the Wolverines get rolling, it wouldn’t be surprising to see an effort to run it up a little bit.

The other side of this storyline is the concern that could come from Michigan having some of the same struggles on offense as the Notre Dame game and few clear steps forward for Patterson.  It’s going to be a different pace of game for the Broncos after playing Syracuse in Week 1. The Orange are a top 5-to-10 offense under Dino Babers in plays per game, and the Wolverines, under Harbaugh, have usually been around the national average in terms of pace.

The Broncos are not going to find many favorable one-on-one’s against Michigan’s defense, so it’s going to require some turnovers and big special teams plays to give WMU a chance to score early and turn up the pressure. The first home game of the season also means the first opportunity for the program to host recruits and show them the game day experience at the Big House.

Since it’s still early in the season and not a marquee matchup, the staff is probably saving their visits for later on when they face Wisconsin or Penn State. These early games will be focused a lot more on in-state athletes who will likely be visiting several times throughout the season.

However, there are two long-time commits to other schools that Michigan has a good chance of flipping as soon as this weekend. Both are coming from out of state to take their official visits. Here’s a rundown of the prospects visiting this weekend for the Western Michigan game. Morris has been committed to Florida State for two and a half years now. That makes sense, considering his dad played on the offensive line for the Seminoles.

Fortunately, Michigan has a good track record of landing Florida State legacies. The Seminoles have apparently turned him off by wanting him to follow his dad and switch to the offensive line. Morris clearly wants to stay on defense. Michigan has every one of the five of the Crystal Ball picks for Morris, all of them coming after his visit for the BBQ at the Big House.

Every sign points to Morris inevitably flipping to Michigan, with this weekend being the best opportunity for it to coalesce. This will be an official visit for Ellis, who has been flirting with the Wolverines for a while, despite being committed to Baylor. The Texas native is seriously speedy, clocking a 10.4 100-yard dash during his track and field season last spring.

Texas holds two crystal ball picks in for Ellis, but those were from back in May. Michigan could put themselves in a great position and even pull off the flip this weekend.
Toutant caught the attention of the Michigan coaches during a camp this summer, and will be returning to campus for the second time this weekend. He hasn’t received an offer yet, but will be looking to earn one soon.

The 6-foot-6, 280-pound tackle plays for De La Salle Collegiate, so he is very local. Toutant is also receiving interest from Michigan State, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Iowa State so far. Head coach Jim Harbaugh confirmed this week that there will be no changes along the offensive line for Saturday. Against the Irish, Michigan surrendered three sacks, but with the way quarterback Shea Patterson was pressured and battered throughout the game, that number felt much higher.

It wasn’t just the pass blocking either. The Wolverines rushed for just 58 yards on 33 carries — less that two yards (1.8) per carry. If Michigan is to make substantial improvement on offense in 2018, the line has got to be better, and from the sound of it, Harbaugh is confident that will happen. “It’s going to continue to get better and better, but I think it was one of the areas that we’re improving in,” Harbaugh said in his weekly presser. “The way we played this (Notre Dame) game is the way we’ll play the next game.”

Michigan defense can be susceptible at times to the big play, especially in the secondary, given their aggressive nature under coordinator Don Brown. Western Michigan will need to take advantage of those opportunities to have a chance.

Hungary vs Finland

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Mexico and Uruguay are playing an international friendly on Friday, Sept. 7, at NRG Stadium in Houston.

The meeting will mark the first action for either side since playing in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Mexico reached the round of 16 before losing to Brazil, 2-0. Uruguay made it to the quarterfinal round, but was eliminated by France, the eventual champion, 2-0.

Mexico will make its first appearance since naming Ricardo Ferretti interim manager, following Juan Carlos Osorio’s decision to move on after the World Cup.

Argentina and Guatemala play an international friendly match on Friday, Sept. 7, at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

The contest marks the first fixture Argentina will compete in since reaching the round of 16 at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It was bested by the tournament’s eventual champion, France, in a 4-3 result. Lionel Messi is among a cast of World Cup veterans not with Argentina for the September international window.

Guatemala, which did not qualify for the World Cup and is fresh off an international ban, split a pair of friendlies against Cuba in August. Guatemala won the first matchup 3-0, but the sides finished a scoreless draw in the second meeting.

The meeting marks just the third time both Argentina and Guatemala have faced. They last played each other in 2013, when Argentina won 4-0.

The Argentina vs Guatemala game will be broadcast live online and on television, as La Albiceleste plays La Azul y Blanco at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this Friday, September 7, 2018, at 8:00 PM Pacific.

Argentina had a very underwhelming and disappointing World Cup cycle under Jorge Sampaoli and are now trying to turn a new leaf heading into 2022. Lionel Messi will not play with his national team for the rest of the year as his future with the team continues to be uncertain.

Lionel Scaloni is currently serving as the interim coach for Argentina as the federation tries to find a suitable replacement for Jorge Sampaoli. Scaloni did call up some players that were at the World Cup like Paulo Dybala, but overall the roster does feature many youngsters and new additions to the squad.

16 players on the roster are 25 years old or younger and 10 players on the squad play domestically in the Argentina Superliga. 12 players will be representing the Argentina senior team for the first time including 19-year-old Exequiel Palacios and Franco Vasquez, who switched over from Italy.

Guatemala has a very limited squad as most of the players on the roster play domestically in a very weak Guatemalan league. Some of the standouts are MLS players like Allen Yanes, but this should be an almost impossible task for La Bicolor.

The U.S. men’s national team hosts Brazil in a friendly at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Friday.

The USA missed the World Cup for the first time since 1986 this past summer, and youngsters continue to feature on the roster of interim coach Dave Sarachan as the program turns the page. Christian Pulisic will miss the game with a muscle injury, but rising stars like Tim Weah and Weston McKennie are available for selection along with established veterans John Brooks, DeAndre Yedlin and Bobby Wood.

It’s the first of two friendlies for the U.S. in the September international window, with the second coming Tuesday vs. Mexico in Nashville.

Brazil, which lost to Belgium in the World Cup quarterfinals, is led by Neymar and Philippe Coutinho and will continue preparations for next summer’s Copa America, which it is hosting.

The U.S. men’s national team is looking to improve, and one way to do that is by playing better teams. A busy second half of 2018 calendar began on Friday as it welcomed Brazil in an international friendly in New Jersey. It was the young pups of American soccer, without the injured Christian Pulisic, along with some established players, welcoming Neymar and company

The Ducks return to the football field Saturday late morning to try and improve to 2-0 on the football season when they play host to in-state school and FCS opponent Portland State (1-0).

“The messaging is the truth of the matter,” Cristobal said on Monday of how he intends to handle this weekend’s game. “The truth of the matter is that we had some very good play on Saturday, but that we also had some not so great play on Saturday that we can improve upon.

“For us to be the team that we’ve always talked about, and trained to be, the things we’ve done since January to become that team, all really relate to how we approach it ourselves… There’s nothing that showed up on tape on Saturday that is not correctable. There’s nothing that showed up on tape that we can’t take to a higher standard. It’s always going to start and end with that regardless of the opponent. I think that has to be the focus.”

Auburn vs Alabama State

Auburn vs Alabama State. Live Stream Online Watch Free Hornets vs Tigers, NCAAF College Football TV Channel Auburn returns to Jordan-Hare Stadium for its home opener against Alabama State on September 8. The Auburn football team and Alabama State meet in Week 2 of the college football season in the home opener for the Tigers

After a five-day marathon during Week 1 of the college football season, the second week of the season brings us one major nonconference test for a perennial power, a key intrastate rivalry and several conference games that could factor in to division races later in the season.It will be a two- or three-TV Saturday, so here’s a handy guide to direct you through the mayhem.

No. 2 Clemson at Texas A&M, ESPN, 7 p.m.: Jimbo Fisher’s first big test as the coach of the Aggies takes place against a familiar foe. Dabo Swinney will bring his Clemson Tigers to take on the Aggies after Fisher and Swinney squared off annually when Fisher was the coach at Florida State. Sophomore quarterback Kellen Mond will have to be sharp for the Aggies against the tough Clemson defensive front. Plus, we get to see how the Tigers’ quarterback rotation of Kelly Bryant and Trevor Lawrence looks in a tough road environment.

No. 17 USC at No. 10 Stanford, FOX, 8:30 p.m.: Star Cardinal running back Bryce Love was held in check during Week 1, but quarterback K.J. Costello (332 yards, four touchdowns) and wide receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside (226 yards, three touchdowns) erupted in the passing game. Meanwhile, freshman quarterback JT Daniels was solid in his Trojans debut with 282 yards and two touchdowns. Both of these defenses can flat out fly, which should make this a fun one on The Farm.

No. 3 Georgia at No. 24 South Carolina, CBS, 3:30 p.m.: Make no mistake about it … just because Georgia is the defending SEC champion and South Carolina hasn’t been relevant in the SEC East since the Jadeveon Clowney years doesn’t mean this game is meaningless. It’s huge. The Bulldogs have only 60 minutes against a cupcake under their belts, and the defense is going up against a Gamecocks offense that features playmakers everywhere — including at wide receiver with Deebo Samuel and Bryan Edwards. It’s a 10-point spread in Las Vegas, so the boys in the desert don’t seem to think much of Will Muschamp’s crew. But if they spring the upset, it would drastically change the landscape of the SEC East.

No. 13 Penn State at Pitt, ABC, 8 p.m.: The Panthers stunned the Nittany Lions at Heinz Field two years ago, but James Franklin’s crew got revenge last season in a big way in Happy Valley. How vulnerable is Penn State after Appalachian State took Trace McSorley and Co. to overtime last weekend? We’ll find out if the No. 13 in the country is a contender or a pretender this week in an old-school rivalry that has produced some surprises over the years.

Other big games
No. 18 Mississippi State at Kansas State, ESPN, noon: Bulldogs quarterback Nick Fitzgerald will be back after serving a one-game suspension, and his first test of the year comes in a tricky environment against the Wildcats in Manhattan. Bill Snyder’s crew struggled a bit last week in a three-point win over FCS South Dakota, and will throw quarterbacks Alex Delton and Skylar Thompson at the Bulldogs defense. This game won’t draw national headlines, but it’s a fun little nonconference tilt at high noon to wet your whistle for the afternoon and evening fun.

UCLA at No. 6 Oklahoma, FOX, 1 p.m.: The Chip Kelly era with the Bruins started off with a thud in the loss to Cincinnati, and they follow it up with a trip to take on the reigning Big 12 champs in their place. Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray will draw plenty of publicity after exploding in his first career start last week vs. FAU, but the bigger and more important matchup will be the Bruins offensive line against the fast and physical Sooners front seven. The Bruins couldn’t keep the Bearcats out of the backfield last week, so this one might turn sideways in a hurry.

Iowa State at Iowa, FOX, 5 p.m.: There’s nothing better than an intra-state, nonconference rivalry game in Week 2, and the battle for the Cy-Hawk Trophy is here for your Saturday afternoon viewing pleasure. This one went into overtime a year ago, with the Hawkeyes holding off the Cyclones in Ames. Iowa State’s first game of the season got rained out, so the uncertainty surrounding the identity of the Cyclones adds a nice little wrinkle.

Kentucky at No. 25 Florida, SEC Network, 7:30 p.m.: It’s been 31 years since the Wildcats beat the Gators. Think about that for a second. The last win for the Wildcats occurred when Ronald Regan was in the White House, the original Nintendo was all the rage and teenagers rocked out to Poison, Skid Row, Def Leppard and Guns N’ Roses. Will the Gators have ‘nothing’ but a good time?’ It might depend on if the Wildcats history of ‘livin’ on a prayer’ gets answered in The Swamp on Saturday night.

No. 15 Michigan State at Arizona State, ESPN, 10:45 p.m.: The Herm Edwards era with the Sun Devils got off to a great start last week, while the Spartans struggled at home against Utah State. Their reward is a cross-country trip to Sun Devil Stadium and a challenge to slow down star Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry. It’s Pac-12 after dark with a lot on the line for both teams. Let’s get weird.

Spain vs England

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Mexico and Uruguay are playing an international friendly on Friday, Sept. 7, at NRG Stadium in Houston.

The meeting will mark the first action for either side since playing in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Mexico reached the round of 16 before losing to Brazil, 2-0. Uruguay made it to the quarterfinal round, but was eliminated by France, the eventual champion, 2-0.

Mexico will make its first appearance since naming Ricardo Ferretti interim manager, following Juan Carlos Osorio’s decision to move on after the World Cup.

Argentina and Guatemala play an international friendly match on Friday, Sept. 7, at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

The contest marks the first fixture Argentina will compete in since reaching the round of 16 at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It was bested by the tournament’s eventual champion, France, in a 4-3 result. Lionel Messi is among a cast of World Cup veterans not with Argentina for the September international window.

Guatemala, which did not qualify for the World Cup and is fresh off an international ban, split a pair of friendlies against Cuba in August. Guatemala won the first matchup 3-0, but the sides finished a scoreless draw in the second meeting.

The meeting marks just the third time both Argentina and Guatemala have faced. They last played each other in 2013, when Argentina won 4-0.

The Argentina vs Guatemala game will be broadcast live online and on television, as La Albiceleste plays La Azul y Blanco at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this Friday, September 7, 2018, at 8:00 PM Pacific.

Argentina had a very underwhelming and disappointing World Cup cycle under Jorge Sampaoli and are now trying to turn a new leaf heading into 2022. Lionel Messi will not play with his national team for the rest of the year as his future with the team continues to be uncertain.

Lionel Scaloni is currently serving as the interim coach for Argentina as the federation tries to find a suitable replacement for Jorge Sampaoli. Scaloni did call up some players that were at the World Cup like Paulo Dybala, but overall the roster does feature many youngsters and new additions to the squad.

16 players on the roster are 25 years old or younger and 10 players on the squad play domestically in the Argentina Superliga. 12 players will be representing the Argentina senior team for the first time including 19-year-old Exequiel Palacios and Franco Vasquez, who switched over from Italy.

Guatemala has a very limited squad as most of the players on the roster play domestically in a very weak Guatemalan league. Some of the standouts are MLS players like Allen Yanes, but this should be an almost impossible task for La Bicolor.

The U.S. men’s national team hosts Brazil in a friendly at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Friday.

The USA missed the World Cup for the first time since 1986 this past summer, and youngsters continue to feature on the roster of interim coach Dave Sarachan as the program turns the page. Christian Pulisic will miss the game with a muscle injury, but rising stars like Tim Weah and Weston McKennie are available for selection along with established veterans John Brooks, DeAndre Yedlin and Bobby Wood.

It’s the first of two friendlies for the U.S. in the September international window, with the second coming Tuesday vs. Mexico in Nashville.

Brazil, which lost to Belgium in the World Cup quarterfinals, is led by Neymar and Philippe Coutinho and will continue preparations for next summer’s Copa America, which it is hosting.

The U.S. men’s national team is looking to improve, and one way to do that is by playing better teams. A busy second half of 2018 calendar began on Friday as it welcomed Brazil in an international friendly in New Jersey. It was the young pups of American soccer, without the injured Christian Pulisic, along with some established players, welcoming Neymar and company

The Ducks return to the football field Saturday late morning to try and improve to 2-0 on the football season when they play host to in-state school and FCS opponent Portland State (1-0).

“The messaging is the truth of the matter,” Cristobal said on Monday of how he intends to handle this weekend’s game. “The truth of the matter is that we had some very good play on Saturday, but that we also had some not so great play on Saturday that we can improve upon.

“For us to be the team that we’ve always talked about, and trained to be, the things we’ve done since January to become that team, all really relate to how we approach it ourselves… There’s nothing that showed up on tape on Saturday that is not correctable. There’s nothing that showed up on tape that we can’t take to a higher standard. It’s always going to start and end with that regardless of the opponent. I think that has to be the focus.”

Oklahoma vs UCLA

Oklahoma vs UCLA : Bruins vs Sooners Live Stream Online Two of NCAAF college football Free TV Coverage most prestigious teams square off Saturday when No. 6 Oklahoma hosts UCLA in Memorial Stadium at 1 p.m. ET.

After a five-day marathon during Week 1 of the college football season, the second week of the season brings us one major nonconference test for a perennial power, a key intrastate rivalry and several conference games that could factor in to division races later in the season.It will be a two- or three-TV Saturday, so here’s a handy guide to direct you through the mayhem.

No. 2 Clemson at Texas A&M, ESPN, 7 p.m.: Jimbo Fisher’s first big test as the coach of the Aggies takes place against a familiar foe. Dabo Swinney will bring his Clemson Tigers to take on the Aggies after Fisher and Swinney squared off annually when Fisher was the coach at Florida State. Sophomore quarterback Kellen Mond will have to be sharp for the Aggies against the tough Clemson defensive front. Plus, we get to see how the Tigers’ quarterback rotation of Kelly Bryant and Trevor Lawrence looks in a tough road environment.

No. 17 USC at No. 10 Stanford, FOX, 8:30 p.m.: Star Cardinal running back Bryce Love was held in check during Week 1, but quarterback K.J. Costello (332 yards, four touchdowns) and wide receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside (226 yards, three touchdowns) erupted in the passing game. Meanwhile, freshman quarterback JT Daniels was solid in his Trojans debut with 282 yards and two touchdowns. Both of these defenses can flat out fly, which should make this a fun one on The Farm.

No. 3 Georgia at No. 24 South Carolina, CBS, 3:30 p.m.: Make no mistake about it … just because Georgia is the defending SEC champion and South Carolina hasn’t been relevant in the SEC East since the Jadeveon Clowney years doesn’t mean this game is meaningless. It’s huge. The Bulldogs have only 60 minutes against a cupcake under their belts, and the defense is going up against a Gamecocks offense that features playmakers everywhere — including at wide receiver with Deebo Samuel and Bryan Edwards. It’s a 10-point spread in Las Vegas, so the boys in the desert don’t seem to think much of Will Muschamp’s crew. But if they spring the upset, it would drastically change the landscape of the SEC East.

No. 13 Penn State at Pitt, ABC, 8 p.m.: The Panthers stunned the Nittany Lions at Heinz Field two years ago, but James Franklin’s crew got revenge last season in a big way in Happy Valley. How vulnerable is Penn State after Appalachian State took Trace McSorley and Co. to overtime last weekend? We’ll find out if the No. 13 in the country is a contender or a pretender this week in an old-school rivalry that has produced some surprises over the years.

Other big games
No. 18 Mississippi State at Kansas State, ESPN, noon: Bulldogs quarterback Nick Fitzgerald will be back after serving a one-game suspension, and his first test of the year comes in a tricky environment against the Wildcats in Manhattan. Bill Snyder’s crew struggled a bit last week in a three-point win over FCS South Dakota, and will throw quarterbacks Alex Delton and Skylar Thompson at the Bulldogs defense. This game won’t draw national headlines, but it’s a fun little nonconference tilt at high noon to wet your whistle for the afternoon and evening fun.

UCLA at No. 6 Oklahoma, FOX, 1 p.m.: The Chip Kelly era with the Bruins started off with a thud in the loss to Cincinnati, and they follow it up with a trip to take on the reigning Big 12 champs in their place. Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray will draw plenty of publicity after exploding in his first career start last week vs. FAU, but the bigger and more important matchup will be the Bruins offensive line against the fast and physical Sooners front seven. The Bruins couldn’t keep the Bearcats out of the backfield last week, so this one might turn sideways in a hurry.

Iowa State at Iowa, FOX, 5 p.m.: There’s nothing better than an intra-state, nonconference rivalry game in Week 2, and the battle for the Cy-Hawk Trophy is here for your Saturday afternoon viewing pleasure. This one went into overtime a year ago, with the Hawkeyes holding off the Cyclones in Ames. Iowa State’s first game of the season got rained out, so the uncertainty surrounding the identity of the Cyclones adds a nice little wrinkle.

Kentucky at No. 25 Florida, SEC Network, 7:30 p.m.: It’s been 31 years since the Wildcats beat the Gators. Think about that for a second. The last win for the Wildcats occurred when Ronald Regan was in the White House, the original Nintendo was all the rage and teenagers rocked out to Poison, Skid Row, Def Leppard and Guns N’ Roses. Will the Gators have ‘nothing’ but a good time?’ It might depend on if the Wildcats history of ‘livin’ on a prayer’ gets answered in The Swamp on Saturday night.

No. 15 Michigan State at Arizona State, ESPN, 10:45 p.m.: The Herm Edwards era with the Sun Devils got off to a great start last week, while the Spartans struggled at home against Utah State. Their reward is a cross-country trip to Sun Devil Stadium and a challenge to slow down star Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry. It’s Pac-12 after dark with a lot on the line for both teams. Let’s get weird.

Notre Dame vs Ball State

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After a five-day marathon during Week 1 of the college football season, the second week of the season brings us one major nonconference test for a perennial power, a key intrastate rivalry and several conference games that could factor in to division races later in the season.It will be a two- or three-TV Saturday, so here’s a handy guide to direct you through the mayhem.

No. 2 Clemson at Texas A&M, ESPN, 7 p.m.: Jimbo Fisher’s first big test as the coach of the Aggies takes place against a familiar foe. Dabo Swinney will bring his Clemson Tigers to take on the Aggies after Fisher and Swinney squared off annually when Fisher was the coach at Florida State. Sophomore quarterback Kellen Mond will have to be sharp for the Aggies against the tough Clemson defensive front. Plus, we get to see how the Tigers’ quarterback rotation of Kelly Bryant and Trevor Lawrence looks in a tough road environment.

No. 17 USC at No. 10 Stanford, FOX, 8:30 p.m.: Star Cardinal running back Bryce Love was held in check during Week 1, but quarterback K.J. Costello (332 yards, four touchdowns) and wide receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside (226 yards, three touchdowns) erupted in the passing game. Meanwhile, freshman quarterback JT Daniels was solid in his Trojans debut with 282 yards and two touchdowns. Both of these defenses can flat out fly, which should make this a fun one on The Farm.

No. 3 Georgia at No. 24 South Carolina, CBS, 3:30 p.m.: Make no mistake about it … just because Georgia is the defending SEC champion and South Carolina hasn’t been relevant in the SEC East since the Jadeveon Clowney years doesn’t mean this game is meaningless. It’s huge. The Bulldogs have only 60 minutes against a cupcake under their belts, and the defense is going up against a Gamecocks offense that features playmakers everywhere — including at wide receiver with Deebo Samuel and Bryan Edwards. It’s a 10-point spread in Las Vegas, so the boys in the desert don’t seem to think much of Will Muschamp’s crew. But if they spring the upset, it would drastically change the landscape of the SEC East.

No. 13 Penn State at Pitt, ABC, 8 p.m.: The Panthers stunned the Nittany Lions at Heinz Field two years ago, but James Franklin’s crew got revenge last season in a big way in Happy Valley. How vulnerable is Penn State after Appalachian State took Trace McSorley and Co. to overtime last weekend? We’ll find out if the No. 13 in the country is a contender or a pretender this week in an old-school rivalry that has produced some surprises over the years.

Other big games
No. 18 Mississippi State at Kansas State, ESPN, noon: Bulldogs quarterback Nick Fitzgerald will be back after serving a one-game suspension, and his first test of the year comes in a tricky environment against the Wildcats in Manhattan. Bill Snyder’s crew struggled a bit last week in a three-point win over FCS South Dakota, and will throw quarterbacks Alex Delton and Skylar Thompson at the Bulldogs defense. This game won’t draw national headlines, but it’s a fun little nonconference tilt at high noon to wet your whistle for the afternoon and evening fun.

UCLA at No. 6 Oklahoma, FOX, 1 p.m.: The Chip Kelly era with the Bruins started off with a thud in the loss to Cincinnati, and they follow it up with a trip to take on the reigning Big 12 champs in their place. Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray will draw plenty of publicity after exploding in his first career start last week vs. FAU, but the bigger and more important matchup will be the Bruins offensive line against the fast and physical Sooners front seven. The Bruins couldn’t keep the Bearcats out of the backfield last week, so this one might turn sideways in a hurry.

Iowa State at Iowa, FOX, 5 p.m.: There’s nothing better than an intra-state, nonconference rivalry game in Week 2, and the battle for the Cy-Hawk Trophy is here for your Saturday afternoon viewing pleasure. This one went into overtime a year ago, with the Hawkeyes holding off the Cyclones in Ames. Iowa State’s first game of the season got rained out, so the uncertainty surrounding the identity of the Cyclones adds a nice little wrinkle.

Kentucky at No. 25 Florida, SEC Network, 7:30 p.m.: It’s been 31 years since the Wildcats beat the Gators. Think about that for a second. The last win for the Wildcats occurred when Ronald Regan was in the White House, the original Nintendo was all the rage and teenagers rocked out to Poison, Skid Row, Def Leppard and Guns N’ Roses. Will the Gators have ‘nothing’ but a good time?’ It might depend on if the Wildcats history of ‘livin’ on a prayer’ gets answered in The Swamp on Saturday night.

No. 15 Michigan State at Arizona State, ESPN, 10:45 p.m.: The Herm Edwards era with the Sun Devils got off to a great start last week, while the Spartans struggled at home against Utah State. Their reward is a cross-country trip to Sun Devil Stadium and a challenge to slow down star Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry. It’s Pac-12 after dark with a lot on the line for both teams. Let’s get weird.

Switzerland vs Iceland

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Mexico and Uruguay are playing an international friendly on Friday, Sept. 7, at NRG Stadium in Houston.

The meeting will mark the first action for either side since playing in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Mexico reached the round of 16 before losing to Brazil, 2-0. Uruguay made it to the quarterfinal round, but was eliminated by France, the eventual champion, 2-0.

Mexico will make its first appearance since naming Ricardo Ferretti interim manager, following Juan Carlos Osorio’s decision to move on after the World Cup.

Argentina and Guatemala play an international friendly match on Friday, Sept. 7, at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

The contest marks the first fixture Argentina will compete in since reaching the round of 16 at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It was bested by the tournament’s eventual champion, France, in a 4-3 result. Lionel Messi is among a cast of World Cup veterans not with Argentina for the September international window.

Guatemala, which did not qualify for the World Cup and is fresh off an international ban, split a pair of friendlies against Cuba in August. Guatemala won the first matchup 3-0, but the sides finished a scoreless draw in the second meeting.

The meeting marks just the third time both Argentina and Guatemala have faced. They last played each other in 2013, when Argentina won 4-0.

The Argentina vs Guatemala game will be broadcast live online and on television, as La Albiceleste plays La Azul y Blanco at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this Friday, September 7, 2018, at 8:00 PM Pacific.

Argentina had a very underwhelming and disappointing World Cup cycle under Jorge Sampaoli and are now trying to turn a new leaf heading into 2022. Lionel Messi will not play with his national team for the rest of the year as his future with the team continues to be uncertain.

Lionel Scaloni is currently serving as the interim coach for Argentina as the federation tries to find a suitable replacement for Jorge Sampaoli. Scaloni did call up some players that were at the World Cup like Paulo Dybala, but overall the roster does feature many youngsters and new additions to the squad.

16 players on the roster are 25 years old or younger and 10 players on the squad play domestically in the Argentina Superliga. 12 players will be representing the Argentina senior team for the first time including 19-year-old Exequiel Palacios and Franco Vasquez, who switched over from Italy.

Guatemala has a very limited squad as most of the players on the roster play domestically in a very weak Guatemalan league. Some of the standouts are MLS players like Allen Yanes, but this should be an almost impossible task for La Bicolor.

The U.S. men’s national team hosts Brazil in a friendly at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Friday.

The USA missed the World Cup for the first time since 1986 this past summer, and youngsters continue to feature on the roster of interim coach Dave Sarachan as the program turns the page. Christian Pulisic will miss the game with a muscle injury, but rising stars like Tim Weah and Weston McKennie are available for selection along with established veterans John Brooks, DeAndre Yedlin and Bobby Wood.

It’s the first of two friendlies for the U.S. in the September international window, with the second coming Tuesday vs. Mexico in Nashville.

Brazil, which lost to Belgium in the World Cup quarterfinals, is led by Neymar and Philippe Coutinho and will continue preparations for next summer’s Copa America, which it is hosting.

The U.S. men’s national team is looking to improve, and one way to do that is by playing better teams. A busy second half of 2018 calendar began on Friday as it welcomed Brazil in an international friendly in New Jersey. It was the young pups of American soccer, without the injured Christian Pulisic, along with some established players, welcoming Neymar and company

The Ducks return to the football field Saturday late morning to try and improve to 2-0 on the football season when they play host to in-state school and FCS opponent Portland State (1-0).

“The messaging is the truth of the matter,” Cristobal said on Monday of how he intends to handle this weekend’s game. “The truth of the matter is that we had some very good play on Saturday, but that we also had some not so great play on Saturday that we can improve upon.

“For us to be the team that we’ve always talked about, and trained to be, the things we’ve done since January to become that team, all really relate to how we approach it ourselves… There’s nothing that showed up on tape on Saturday that is not correctable. There’s nothing that showed up on tape that we can’t take to a higher standard. It’s always going to start and end with that regardless of the opponent. I think that has to be the focus.”