Week Two of the College Football Season Begins: Thursday Night Open Thread

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Thursday night does not feature a whole lot of college football this week. But one of the games involves a Pac-12 Southerner. So we're going to have an open thread!

Week two of the college football season starts tonight with a light Thursday slate of games. And when I say "light," I'm not kidding. Here is your schedule of tonight's televised action (all times Pacific):

Thursday, September 5th
Florida Atlantic at East Carolina 4:30 p.m. FS1 (HD)
DII: Miles at North Alabama 4:30 p.m. (CSS / CST) (cable) / espn3
DII: Winston Salem State at UNC Pembroke 5:00 p.m. CBSSN (HD)
Sacramento State at Arizona State 7:00 p.m. PAC-12 Network (HD) / Pac-12 Video

Not a whole lot there, huh? The game of note for us Cal fans is the one involving our Pac-12 brother Arizona State, which hosts Sacramento State. Remember that Sac State upset a Pac-12 team on the road two years ago (Oregon State), so ASU should be on notice not to take the Hornets lightly.

This is your open thread for the Sac State/ASU game. And heck: if you're watching any of the other three games, talk about them here. Or get a life.

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