This Sunday November 11th, the CFL playoffs kickoff. The Ottawa Redblacks and Calgary Stampeders have earned 1st round byes while this weekend the BC Lions will face the Hamilton Ticats and the Saskatchewan Roughriders will play the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to see who advances to the conference finals.
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Rutgers Scarlet Knights: Playing for auto bowl bid
Rutgers comes into this game with so much at stake; a win gives the schools an automatic BCS bowl bid from the conference and the school's first-ever outright Big East title. The team could also secure just its third 10-win season in its 143 years of existence with a win over Louisville. A win would also put the Rutgers Big East record at 6-1, which would also be a first for the program. Rutgers is 4-1 at home.
Louisville Cardinals: Playing for outright Big East title
Louisville and Rutgers are the two best teams in the Big East, with the Cardinals losing just two conference games during the regular season this year. The Cardinals hold a 4-3 series advantage in games played since the teams became members of the Big East. Overall, Rutgers leads the series, which dates back to 1976, with a 7-4 record. The Cardinals will be in a hostile environment Thursday, which will be tough.
With the two best teams in the Big East set to square off on Thursday night, we cannot help but be intrigued by this game. Rutgers has the benefit of playing in front of a raucous home crowd, which gives them a major advantage. The online sportsbook at Sportsinteraction.com has the Scarlet Knights as -3 (-110) home chalk, so we will put our money down on the home team Thursday.
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The Wildcard games have concluded and the 4 Divisional matchups are set. Red Sox, Yankees will have the most marquee appeal but all series are intriguing and this postseason lineup of baseball looks as good as any that can be recalled in recent memory.