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It has led every game at the break by at least 30 points. That should change this week when the No. 2 team in the country travels north to face No. 19 Washington. WEEK 7: Full TV game schedule for weekend The Huskies just took Stanford to the wire last week and have the offense to match Oregon. The questions is whether their defense – helped by a raucous home crowd – can slow down the up-tempo Ducks and make for some. The other matchup of ranked opponents this week is in the SEC with 17th-ranked Florida and No. 11 LSU colliding in a critical matchup for both teams. The Tigers already have one conference loss and must win to control its own destiny in the the West Division. The Gators have gotten a big boost with the play of new starting quarterback Tyler Murphy. But now he faces the tough environment in Baton Rouge. BOWL PROJECTIONS: Alabama replaces Georgia in title game Among the other intriguing games this weekend is Georgia hosting Missouri. The banged-up Bulldogs will have to overcome the surprisingly unbeaten Tigers one week after surviving Tennessee.

USA 2-0 Jamaica – as it happened

Do Saints stay undefeated? Post to Facebook USA TODAY Sports’ Week 6 NFL predictions on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1g2FdX0 Incorrect please try again A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 1 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs USA TODAY Sports’ Week 6 NFL predictions Staff report, USA TODAY Sports 4:44 p.m. EDT October 10, 2013 DeMarcus Ware (94) and the Cowboys hope to plant RG3’s Redskins on Sunday night. (Photo: Ronald Martinez, Getty Images) SHARE 7 CONNECT 5 TWEET 1 COMMENTEMAILMORE If the Dallas Cowboys had merely split with the Washington Redskins last season, America’s Team would have reached the playoffs. But Robert Griffin III and Co. swept their way to the NFC East crown by beating the Cowboys for the second time in Week 17. The division looks wide open again with Cowboys, ‘Skins and Eagles all saddled with three losses but still within a half-game of each other. The Redskins didn’t get their first W until Week 4 then went on bye. But winning in Dallas on Sunday night just might give them sole possession of first place by Monday morning. Elsewhere, the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints all look to go 6-0, though the Saints seem to face the toughest test with a road trip to New England. Here’s how USA TODAY Sports’ panel of NFL experts foresee Week 6 unfolding: Jarrett

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Jamaica (0-5-4), whose only World Cup appearance was in 1998, was eliminated. Zusi, who stars for Sporting KC, had entered at the start of the second half for Landon Donovan and was cheered wildly by his home fans. He returned the passion after he scored his second international goal, pumping his fist and celebrating with his teammates. Altidore extended his own team record by scoring in his sixth straight games. The goal was his eighth of the year and his fourth in World Cup qualifiers. It was another bitter defeat to the U.S. for Jamaica, which lost 2-1 on June 7 in Kingston when Brad Evans scored in second-half stoppage time. The Reggae Boyz fell to 1-13-8 against the U.S., including 1-5-6 in qualifiers. Still alive at the onset – at least mathematically – Jamaica pressed the attack in the opening minutes, dominating possession and pestering goalkeeper Tim Howard. Demar Phillips sent a free kick toward the goal that Howard got his mitts on, and Evans managed to clear it just before Darren Mattocks could get his foot on it in front of an open goal. Jamaica had precious few decent scoring looks the rest of the night. The U.S. won despite missing several key players due to injuries. Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey and Fabian Johnson were unavailable, Omar Gonzalez sustained a hip strain just before he was due to join the national team, and forward Eddie Johnson strained his left groin in training Wednesday. That gave coach Jurgen Klinsmann a chance to give several younger players a look, including Aron Johannsson, who played for Iceland’s under-21 team and made his U.S.

7.51pm ET 58 mins An incident threatens to break out as Johannsson is just squeezed out onthe edge of the box from a pass from Zusi. It’s cleared for a throw but as men drift forward for the USA Altidore fouls his marker and we’re back to dead calm again. 7.49pm ET 56 mins I know something must be happening because time is passing. The USA are passing too. Sometimes to each other, sometimes to their opponents. Sometimes backwards, sometimes sideways. 7.47pm ET 54 mins Again that was sloppy from Diskerud, who’s not really done himself any favors tonight, so far. Bedoya, who’s been ok, without linking up that well with those around him, steps up now and tries a shot from distance, which is blocked. 7.45pm ET 52 mins USA have scored in every home World Cup qualifier since the year 2000. As things stand they look a couple of millenia away from scoring in this one, but perhaps space will open up as the game moves on. It’s Jamaica who get the next look at goal though, but a Diskerud deflection falls kindly for Howard and he’s able to grab it. A minute later he has to be very alert though as Diskerud gives the ball away in midfield to allow Brown a run straight at goal, albeit wide. howard is straight off his line to smother Brown’s angled shot. 7.42pm ET 50 mins The US looking a little more proactive at the start of the half, playing further up the field and moving the ball quicker. But touch still letting them down a little as Zusi fails to control a ball that Diskerud spreads out wide. Now a long ball forward for Altidore gives the Sunderland man, who’s also been quiet, too much to do.

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(Photo: Reuters/Matt Sullivan) USA vs Jamaica takes place in the World Cup 2014 CONCACAF qualifiers on Friday night, in a game that should see the United States’ players relaxed and assured. Jurgen Klinsmann’s men have already qualified for Brazil 2014 with two games to spare, and they will now begin their preparations for next summer’s World Cup Finals. The game is scheduled to kick off at 6.30 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on ESPN or online through free live stream (details below). The United States have had a fantastic CONCACAF qualifying campaign and have booked their place in the World Cup with two Hexagonal games to spare. However, if you ask USA manager Jurgen Klinsmann whether he is satisfied he is likely to tell you the real test is just getting started. It is unlikely that the former World Cup and European Championship winner will be satisfied with just making an appearance at the World Cup Finals next year as a player he was someone only satisfied with winning, and it is unlikely his stance will have changed in management. Winning the World Cup next year might be a goal too far for this United States team, but Klinsmann will be wanting to get out of the group stages and try and cause a few upsets, potentially making the quarterfinals or even semifinals. The United States manager will see every game between now and next summer as a chance to try out his squad and see who his best 11 are, and of most concern to many players, who will be getting on the plane to Brazil and who will be left behind. The current USA team is certainly an exciting one; in previous years the United States have been able to trouble some of the biggest teams around, but have always lacked depth in the talent they were able to put out. When it comes to major tournaments, having a depth of talent is vital, and it now appears as though Klinsmann is bringing together a squad that most teams will know could cause them serious trouble. Tonight’s game might now be the most important for the USA as they are already through but every single Team USA player will be tense now to ensure they show themselves as indispensible to the squad to book their spot on the plane. USA vs Jamaica will kick off at 6.30 p.m.