We’ve all been there.
You’ve been frustrated, you’re tired, you’ve got a hangover, and you’re feeling a bit like the ultimate football nerd.
But as you prepare for your team’s game against Georgia Southern on Friday, the UB Football team isn’t the only team you can be watching.
It’s the other way around.
The UB football team has a game on Saturday and we’ve got the complete schedule to get you ready.
UAB vs. Georgia Southern (Saturday, 8:30 p.m.
ET)UAB has never been a dominant team on the field, but the football team is going to be the difference in this one.
The Falcons are currently ranked No. 14 in the nation and their defense is one of the best in the country.
UB will have to work to contain this formidable defense, but it will be a task no one can afford to fail on.
UBA has won three games against the Falcons, including a 41-10 victory in 2013.
UMB vs. Florida International (Saturday of the weekend, 1:30 a.m., ESPN2)This is the big game for UMB and FSU.
FSU’s offense is still in a transition period after the departure of quarterback Jacob Poon and wide receiver David Williams.
UUB has a lot of firepower up front, but their defense could prove to be a tough nut to crack.
If the UMB offense can take advantage of FSU running back Jordan Reed’s injury, it could be a major threat to UUB’s defense.
ULM vs. ULL (Saturday at 3:30, ESPN)It’s been a while since the ULLs last lost to UAB, but this one is huge.
UUM has won all three games since 2015 and could very well make it three straight wins.
UBL has had some trouble against the UUM defense, including two losses in the first half of the season.
UAL vs. South Alabama (Saturday afternoon, 1 p., ESPN2, WatchESPN2)The first game of the UAL season is a must-win game for the UAA’s defense to make it to bowl eligibility.
This game could have a big impact on the SEC West division, as well as the conference race.
The Tigers and UAB will meet in a battle of SEC East champs.
UAM vs. Memphis (Saturday night, 1 a.M., ESPN)This game will determine which team will go to the SEC Championship Game in December.
This will be the first of three games in which Memphis plays a team from the SEC East.
UAMA has a good chance to beat Memphis in the regular season finale, but with the SEC Tournament kicking off, the Tigers could look to get revenge by playing a team that has only played one SEC team in the last four years.
UBC vs. Arkansas State (Saturday morning, 9:30am, ESPNU)UBC’s defense has been inconsistent throughout the season, and this game could be the one that breaks the camel’s back.
The Red Raiders have been one of UAB’s biggest threats and could be dangerous against Arkansas State.
UFL vs. Western Kentucky (Sunday afternoon, 8 p, ESPN1)This one will be interesting to watch because of who will be on the offensive side of the ball.
UUFL has had trouble against Arkansas and UUM, but if the offense can stay healthy, they could have an edge in this game.
The game could also determine which SEC team will get the top seed in the tournament.
UAC vs. UTSA (Saturday evening, 9 p, Watch ESPN2)(WatchESPN2 will be broadcast on ESPNU.)
This is an important game for both teams.
UGA will try to get their season back on track and stay undefeated this year.
However, the Aggies have struggled against the UTSA defense.
The Rebels are currently No. 6 in the conference and the Aggie defense has struggled against some of the league’s best teams.
The win will likely be the best game for Aggies fans, and it will likely decide which team is guaranteed to make the SEC tournament.
UCSB vs. Tennessee (Sunday night, 6 p, UBS)This will be one of three game between the UBC and UCSBs this season.
UBS has won five of their last six games against UBC, including an upset victory last season.
UIC vs. Eastern Washington (Sunday morning, 7 p, Sportsnet ONE)The Eastern Washington offense has been a mystery since their inaugural season, but we are finally getting to see how the team will play against UIC.
This is a game that could determine which conference team will be in the top three.
SMU vs. Toledo (Sunday evening, 6:30pm, ESPN5)This