Full schedule, spreads for every game on Saturday

The ACC and Big 12 begin play this weekend, and the College GameDay crew is back on the road in Winston-Salem for Clemson vs. Wake Forest. The college football season truly begins on Saturday, and you can spend the entire day watching games on the eve of the first NFL Sunday of the year.

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Here’s a rundown of the full FBS slate on Saturday, with TV information for every nationally televised game.

All betting information via BetMGM.

Syracuse vs. No. 18 North Carolina

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Channel: ACC Network Spread: UNC -24

 Louisiana vs. No. 23 Iowa State

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Channel: ESPN Spread: Iowa State -11

Charlotte vs. Appalachian State

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Channel: ESPN 2 Spread: App State -16.5

Eastern Kentucky vs. West Virginia

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Channel: FS1

Arkansas State vs. Kansas State

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET

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North GA Moves To Virtual Format For Saturday Of Service

NORTH GEORGIA — The University of North Georgia already planned to expand its Saturday of Service, traditionally held the first week of the fall semester on the Dahlonega Campus, to all five campuses this August. Now with the COVID-19 pandemic limiting large gatherings, the university will employ a “pay it forward” strategy that leads to service throughout the northeast Georgia region, culminating on Saturday.

The virtual event encourages UNG students, faculty, staff, and alumni to engage in community service and random acts of kindness from Aug. 17-22 and post their efforts on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #NighthawksTogether.

“We want to create more opportunities for UNG faculty, staff, students, and alumni to serve,” said Bobbi Larson, UNG’s director of economic development and community engagement.

One example of virtual volunteerism is to read to kids via a virtual platform. Community organizations can submit virtual volunteer opportunities to be considered for

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Comic-Con 2020 ‘At Home’ Saturday Schedule

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To use the words of prophet and frequent convention attendee Hunter S. Thompson, when the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. This year, the professional weirdness of Comic-Con has taken a twist, as the four-day event will take place exclusively online.

To their credit, organizers are trying to replicate the commercialized fan-friendly confines of the San Diego Convention Center as much as possible: there is the traditional souvenir book featuring a pretty sweet drawing of Ray Bradbury on a T. Rex on the cover that is available for free .pdf download (and featuring click-through advertisements!), and you can print your own badge (sponsored by Amazon Prime Video!) to wear as you sit in front of your screen at home. The Comic-Con homepage also will take you to an online Exhibit Hall, where there will be interactive exhibits and events offered by vendors.

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