College Football Back, UCL Playoffs, Tour Championship, Serie A, More to Watch

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Redshirt freshman Jarren Williams (left) won the quarterback job at Miami and will start for the Hurricanes Saturday night.Mark Brown/Getty ImagesAt long last college football is back this Saturday night, along with the start of the Italian soccer season headlined by Cristiano Ronaldo. Before those top weekend features, fill your week with the first leg of the Champions League playoffs, the Tour Championship, the Little League World Series and a crucial division series in Major League Baseball.Must Watch: College Football ArrivesCollege football returns at last this week, even if it’s only the appetizer before next week’s full main course. But the game to open the season is sure to bring the passion for which we all know and love the sport. The Miami Hurricanes take on the Florida Gators in Orlando on Saturday night (7 p.m. ET on ESPN) to kick off the season.ESPN @espnGators. Canes. The rivalry is BACK next Saturday 😤

(📍@ChickfilA) https://t.co/HStJUabunWThis meeting will actually be the first since 2013 for the historic rivals, and only seventh this millennium, a stretch dominated by the Canes 5-1. Miami also leads the all-time series 29-26.In the second game on Saturday, stay up late for Arizona at Hawaii in Honolulu (10:30 p.m. on CBSSN). The Warriors went 8-6 last season and will provide a tough-road opener for second-year Wildcats head coach Kevin Sumlin, who may already be under pressure following a disappointing 5-7 record a year ago.Watch This: Tour ChampionshipThe FedEx Cup Playoffs conclude this week in Atlanta at the Tour Championship at East Lake, where in the first year of a new scoring format, the tournament champion will also win the FedEx Cup. After going super low at -25 to win the BMW Championship over the weekend, Justin Thomas is atop the playoff standings heading into the final event of the season.PGA TOUR @PGATOUR2016 – 🏆
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#LiveUnderPar https://t.co/CnAwbZu3EmTherefore, with the new format, Thomas will begin the Tour Championship “already” at 10-under par. The player currently in second, Patrick Cantlay, will start at -8. Brooks Koepka sits in third and will tee off at -7. Here’s a little more on how this all works, with each of the 30-player field having a staggered starting score to ensure the tournament winner wins the FedEx Cup.Last year’s Tour Champion Tiger Woods will not be a part of the festivities in 2019 after failing to make it into the top-30 rankings. Woods withdrew from the first playoff event with an oblique injury, so he needed

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