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Victory and Night Shift Open Thread

Alabama took care of business and now looks forward to Ole Miss.

Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

Far from perfect, but all in all that was a satisfying victory over a Western Kentucky team that is much better than Alabama made them look, particularly on offense. Pretty clear that the coaches have decided on a quarterback at this point, and that Jonathan Allen is very good at football.

Season starts in earnest next weekend, but for tonight enjoy the win and watch some late football. Roll Tide.

Arkansas at TCU 6:00 pm ESPN / WatchESPNespn3 Skycam
Drake at South Dakota State 6:00 pm ESPN Extra / espn3 / Midco (cable)
Holy Cross at New Hampshire 6:00 pm MSG / NESN Plus *4ASN Video / ASN (.pdf affiliates)
Jacksonville at Liberty 6:00 pm ESPN Extra / espn3Big South Video / LFSN (cable)
Louisiana Monroe at Oklahoma 6:00 pm PPV
Northern Illinois at South Florida 6:00 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video
South Carolina at Mississippi State 6:00 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN
UTEP at Texas 6:00 pm LHN / WatchESPN
Arkansas State at Auburn 6:30 pm SECN / WatchESPN
BYU at Utah 6:30 pm FOX / FSGo Video
Eastern Michigan at Missouri 6:30 pm SECN alternateWatchESPN
Iowa State at Iowa 6:30 pm BTNBTN2Go Video
Jacksonville State at LSU 6:30 pm ESPNU / WatchESPN
North Carolina at Illinois 6:30 pm BTNBTN2Go Video
New Mexico at New Mexico State 7:00 pm ESPN Extra / FSAZ+ / FSSW+ / FSPT / espn3AggieVision
Tennessee vs. Virginia Tech (Bristol) 7:00 pm ABC / espn3
Texas Southern at Houston Baptist 7:00 pm RSSW / SLC Video
UNLV at UCLA 7:00 pm PAC-12 NetworkPAC-12 Video
Texas Tech at Arizona State 9:00 pm FS1 / FSGo Video
Washington State at Boise State 9:15 pm ESPN2 / WatchESPN
California at San Diego State 9:30 pm CBSSN / CBSSN Video
Virginia at Oregon 9:30 pm ESPN / WatchESPN
Grambling at Arizona 9:45 pm PAC-12 NetworkPAC-12 Video