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LAKE FOREST – There won’t be a single run, pass, block or tackle involved, but the most important matchup Sunday for the Bears and Denver Broncos as they try to get off the schneid and in the win column this season just may be between the 2018 NFL Co…

Poor Lamar. Texas A&M will be on a mission Saturday, and the Cardinals will take the brunt of it. The Aggie offense will want to get the running game going, while also taking shots down field after quarterback Kellen Mond’s slow start and seven dropped passes by the receivers last week. If A&M’s defense plays as well as it has so far this season, things will get one-sided rather quickly.

A lot has changed for Texas A&M wide receiver Jhamon Ausbon since head coach Jimbo Fisher took over the reigns in Aggieland. Now as a junior, Ausbon has stepped into a leadership role among the receiving corps after tallying 946 yards and three touchdowns in his first two seasons. This year, he’s learned to improve his suit game as well as continuing to post numbers, including 144 receiving yards and a touchdown in the Aggies’ first two games.

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Wyoming will host Idaho on Saturday for a 3 p.m. kick at War Memorial Stadium. Need to catch up on all our preview content? Take a look below.

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After going a combined 22-6-2 straight up but only 12-18 against the spread out of the gate, Arthur and Hub are back to pick all the Week 2 action:

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Four things the football teams from Iowa State and Iowa can do to have success in Saturday's 3 p.m. game at Jack Trice Stadium:

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Should players walk off the pitch if they're racially abused? Ex-player Paul Parker, anti-racism activist Troy Townsend and journalist Darren Lewis debate.

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The Chronicle asked Montana State defensive lineman Jason Scrempos five questions about himself and the team. Here are his answers.