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2014 C-USA Football Schedule: Week Nine Game Time, TV and Streaming Guide

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Five C-USA games plus UAB battles the SEC

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Saturday 10/25
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North Texas (2-5) at Rice (3-3) Rice Stadium 11:00 CST Fox Sports Network
The all time series is tied 2-2. Last year North Texas beat Rice 28-16 in Denton. Mean Green receiver Carlos Harris leads C-USA in receiving yards per game, tallying up 79.7 per contest.
UAB (4-3) at Arkansas (3-4) Reynolds Razorback Stadium 11:00 CST SEC Network
First ever meeting between the Blazers and Razorbacks. UAB's JJ Nelson averages 9.1 yards per punt return, ranking second in C-USA.
FAU (3-4) at Marshall (7-0) Joan C. Edwards Stadium 2:30 CST Fox Sports One
The Herd snuck past the Owls last season 24-23 in the only meeting between the two universities. Marshall moved up in the polls this week  to 23. The Herd also lead C-USA in both total offense and defense.
Louisiana Tech (4-3) at Southern Miss (3-4) M.M. Roberts Stadium 2:30 CST American Sports Network
The Bulldogs look to maintain control of the West Divison when they travel to play Southern Miss. The Golden Eagles lead the all time series 31-14 but the Bulldogs won last years contest 36-13.
Old Dominion (3-4) at WKU (2-4) Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium 3:00 CST NONE
First match up ever between the Monarchs and Hilltoppers. WKU averages a league high 416.7 yards per game through the air.
UTEP (3-3) at UTSA (2-5) M.M. Roberts Stadium 6:00 CST American Sports Network
Only the second meeting between the two Lone Star state rivals. UTSA beat UTEP 32-13 in El Paso last season.Ball Control: UTEP averages 35:51 minutes of possession while UTSA holds the ball for 32:07 a game.

2014 C-USA Standings
EAST
Marshall 7-0 (3-0)
Middle Tennessee 5-3 (4-1)
FAU 3-4 (2-1)
FIU 3-5 (2-2)
UAB 4-3 (2-2)
Old Dominion 3-4 (1-3)
WKU 2-4 (0-3)
WEST
LA Tech 4-3 (3-0)
Rice 3-3 (1-1)
UTEP 3-3 (1-1)
Southern Miss 3-4 (1-2)
UTSA 3-4 (1-2)
North Texas 2-5 (0-3)

FIU and Middle Tennessee have the week off.