CFN AAC Preview 2020: Top Players, Games, Thoughts On Each Team

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CFN AAC Preview 2020: Top Players, Games, Thoughts On Each Team

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CFN AAC Preview 2020: Top Players, Games, Thoughts On Each Team

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3. AAC Games, Hot Seat Coaches

AAC Game Of The Year

Cincinnati at UCF, Nov. 21

The Bearcats finally got them. They beat the Knights 27-24, and it led the way to the trip to the American Athletic Conference title game. This year’s version should all but decide championship – if they don’t meet again to do it for real a few weeks later.

The two programs have only played five times, with UCF rolling at ease with three straight wins after losing 52-7 back in 2015.

5 Other Interesting AAC Games

This is all very, very fluid, but at the moment if the AAC slate stays relatively close to the original version …

1. UCF at Memphis, Oct. 16
2. Temple at UCF, Nov. 14
3. Memphis at Navy, Nov.14
4. UCF at Houston, Oct. 31
5. Memphis at SMU, Oct. 1

2020 CFN AAC 5-Year Program Rankings

5 AAC Coaches On The Hot Seat

It’s not necessarily about who’s about to get fired – especially this year.

Think of it this way – who has the most pressure to deal with, for whatever reason?

1. Dana Holgorsen, Houston
2. Philip Montgomery, Tulsa
3. Ryan Silverfield, Memphis
4. Mike Houston, East Carolina
5. Willie Fritz, Tulane

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