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There is really no reason for a college football fan to stray from a screen after Thanksgiving dinner no matter what those stores touting Black Friday sales say. From College Football Playoff implications to divisional titles to the Hesiman Trophy to plain ol bragging rights, there is so much on the line this weekend.A quick rundown of some of the clear-cut items to be decided:- Four Big Ten games have division title implications- Two ACC games can determine the Coastal Division.- Both Pac-12 divisions will be decided in two games, including a North championship game.- Both the Mid-American Conference and Mountain West will determine their division winners as the two conferences compete for a New Years Six bowl bid.The College Football Playoff race could be thrown into chaos or fall nicely into place.Put it this way: No. 1 Alabama plays No. 16 Auburn on Saturday and it is not even among the five most important games being played this weekend.Thats a good weekend.The picks:THANKS FOR FOOTBALLNo. 25 LSU (minus 5 +) at No. 22 Texas A&MCoach Ed Orgeron gets one more chance to prove he is more than just a caretaker at LSU, though at this point he is probably no more than a fallback option ... LSU 27-20.BLACK FRIDAYNo. 6 Washington (minus 5 +) at No. 23 Washington StateRarely have both teams entered the Apple Cup with so much at stake. The winner goes to the Pac-12 championship game ... WASHINGTON STATE 33-28.Toledo (plus 9 +) at No. 14 Western MichiganThe Rockets are more than capable of keeping the Broncos from rowing that boat to the Cotton Bowl ... WESTERN MICHIGAN 28-24.No. 17 Nebraska (plus 3) at IowaThe Cornhuskers can still win the Big Ten West with a victory and Wisconsin loss ... NEBRASKA 20-17.No. 18 Houston (off) at MemphisTigers QB Riley Fergusons status is uncertain ... HOUSTON 31-24.No. 20 Boise State (minus 10) at Air ForceThe Broncos need a victory and a Wyoming loss to win the Mountain Division of the Mountain West and keep New Years Six bowl hopes alive ... BOISE STATE 35-28.SUPER SATURDAYNo. 16 Auburn (plus 17 +) at No. 1 AlabamaThe Iron Bowl is ALWAYS meaningful ... ALABAMA 28-13.No. 3 Michigan (plus 6 +) at No. 2 Ohio StateThe Wolverines win the Big Ten East with a victory. The Buckeyes need a victory and a Penn State loss to reach the conference title game, but just a victory might be good enough to get them in the playoff ...OHIO STATE 21-13.South Carolina (plus 23 +) at No. 4 ClemsonAn upset by the Gamecocks could crush their rivals playoff hopes ... CLEMSON 31-17.Minnesota (plus 14 +) at No. 5 WisconsinThe Badgers win the Big Ten West with a victory. No help necessary ... WISCONSIN 27-17Michigan State (plus 13) at No. 8 Penn StateThe Nittany Lions need a victory and a Michigan loss to reach the Big Ten title games as East champs. This seems like too much too soon for Penn State ... MICHIGAN STATE 24-21.No. 21 Utah (plus 10 +) at No. 9 ColoradoThe Buffaloes win the Pac-12 South with a victory to continue the best turnaround season in college football ... COLORADO 31-19.Kentucky (plus 24) at No. 11 LouisvilleCardinals QB Lamar Jackson could use a big game to firm up that Heisman lead before he cedes the stage to contenders moving on to championship week ... LOUISVILLE 54-37.Notre Dame (plus 16 +) at No. 12 Southern CaliforniaThe Trojans have become the ultimate playoff dark horse ... USC 35-14, BEST BET.No. 13 Florida (plus 6) at No. 15 Florida StateThe Seminoles have won three straight and five of six in the series ... FLORIDA STATE 28-24.No. 19 West Virginia (minus 7) at Iowa StateThe Cyclones taking some steps forward in first season under Matt Campbell ... IOWA STATE 33-30, UPSET SPECIAL.No. 24 Tennessee (minus 7 +) at VanderbiltIf things fall right with some other SEC teams, the Volunteers could land in the Sugar Bowl. But they have to beat Vandy ... TENNESSEE 35-24.TWITTER REQUESTSOregon (minus 3) at Oregon State -- (at)Schrock-And-AweMark Helfrichs last chance to convince Oregon to keep him; if the decision has not already been made. Ducks have won eight straight Civil War games ... OREGON STATE 35-30.Purdue (plus 20) at Indiana -- (at)nashman92Must take advantage of any chance you get to mention that Indianas Big Ten teams play for the Old Oaken Bucket ... INDIANA 45-21.UCF (plus 9 +) at USF -- (at)biblicalexThe Bulls can still win the American Athletic Conference East with a victory in the I-4 rivalry and Temple loss to East Carolina ... USF 42-28.Kansas (plus 27 +) at Kansas State -- (at)rdcramerWildcats coach Bill Snyder goes for victory No. 200; Jayhawks go for two consecutive wins for the first time since 2011 ... KANSAS STATE 48-17.----Record: Last week 16-8 straight; 9-15 vs. points.Season: 179-77; 114-137-3.Upset specials: 4-8.Best bets: 3-9.---Follow Ralph D. 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CHICAGO -- Todd Fraziers first season in Chicago has produced 31 home runs, but also an average hovering around .200 and 125 strikeouts.On Thursday night, Frazier provided the clutch hitting the White Sox coveted when they traded for him in the offseason.After striking out in his first three at-bats, Frazier tied it with an RBI single in the seventh inning and won it with a liner down the left-field line in the ninth to lift the White Sox to a 7-6 victory over the Seattle Mariners.You cant rely just on the homer, Chicago manager Robin Ventura said. I think theres more to his game than that. Youve got to be able to knock in runs when youre not hitting them over the fence.Adam Eaton hit a bloop single off Nick Vincent (3-4) to open the ninth and went to second on Tim Andersons sacrifice. Jose Abreu was walked intentionally before Fraziers liner over third scored Eaton, leading to a pileup of players behind the pitchers mound.Unfortunately, it took me three times to do that, Frazier said. To come up clutch today, I felt pretty good.David Robertson (4-2) worked around a walk and two incidents of fans running on the field in the ninth that delayed play for several minutes in Chicagos fourth win in five games.The first two guys I was like, `Ok. All right. Theyve got it under control, Robertson said. The next guy, I got a little angry there.Robinson Cano hit his 29th home run and the Mariners wasted a solid return off the disabled list by James Paxton in their third straight loss. Seattle fell 7 1/2 games behind AL West-leading Texas.Leonys Martin had a two-run single in a three-run sixth as Seattle built a 6-3 lead off White Sox starter Anthony Ranaudo.But Anderson, who had three hits, led a seventh-inning rally with an RBI double off struggling Arquimedes Caminero before Fraziers two-out ground single off Steve Cishek tied it.Paxton gave up five singles and three runs in the first, then scattered two hits in four scoreless innings before leaving after 90 pitches in his first start since getting hit on the elbow by a comebacker Aug. 7.It was just a little bit of rust, Paxton said. I was missing the middle a little bit and thhey were finding some holes.dddddddddddd As it went al png made some better pitches.Ketel Martes fielding error on J.B. Shucks leadoff grounder in the seventh led to three unearned runs for Chicago.Ranaudo was charged with six runs and five hits in 5 1/3 innings in his third third start with the White Sox.Against a lineup like that, your mistakes get exposed, Ranaudo said. I think that happened, but luckily weve got a good team and were having some fun right now.TRAINERS ROOMMariners: 3B Kyle Seager (bruised right foot) missed his second straight game, with manager Scott Servais saying its 50-50 if hell play Friday. Mike Freeman was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma for infield depth, with RHP Tony Zych sent down. ... DH Nelson Cruz hit a sacrifice fly in the first a day after leaving with back spasms.White Sox: LF Melky Cabrera (illness) sat out. ... GM Rick Hahn said CF Austin Jackson (knee surgery) and INF Matt Davidson (broken foot) wont return this season. ... An MRI on 2B Brett Lawrie, out with hamstring, calf and knee issues, came back clean.UNRULINESSTwo men initially ran on the field, with one removing his shirt. One was tackled on the field, while another jumped back into the stands before he was taken by security. Then before a pitch was thrown, another man ran on the field and also took off his shirt.Robertson treated it like a replay challenge delay.Seemed like getting the guys off the field, at least it was something to watch instead of just watching the umpires holding the headphones and just listening, he said.STARTING OVER?White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf hasnt authorized rebuilds in the past. But with Chicago on pace for a fourth straight losing season, Hahn reiterated a roster teardown is possible.Everyone in that front office is looking for the best path to get us on an extended period of success, Hahn said, even if that involves a short-term step back.UP NEXTA showdown of aces Friday night, as Seattle RHP Felix Hernandez (8-4, 3.26 ERA) faces LHP Chris Sale (15-6, 3.15). ' ' '

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