AAC Daily: Navy at Temple, UConn WBB is #1 Again and More

The American Athletic Conference has two weeknight games in Week 10 of the college football season with the first coming between the Navy Midshipmen and Temple Owls in Philadelphia on Thursday night.

That one will be followed by #23 Memphis at Tulsa on Friday evening, ensuring the conference has the eyes of all the college football fans focused on the Power Six.

Our focus on the AAC Daily today is with Thursday night's game and to help us look at the first contest of the week is Navy play-by-play analyst Pete Medhurst, who also hosts the #1 morning sports show in Washington DC on 106.7 "The Fan" and Mr. Bill Wagner of the Capital Gazzette who joins us to talk about everything from the growth of Midshipmen football to staff and injury updates for Navy fans.

As always, we also look around the rest of the conference - which includes news of Geno Auriemma's UConn Huskies starting the season as the number one team in the nation - in the links below for you to check out while listening to today's show.

UConn is in familiar territory as the Huskies women's basketball team opens as nation's No. 1.

The AP's poll for men's basketball is showing love for both the UC Bearcats and WSU Shockers.

ECU has two capable quarterbacks, but there is no "controversy" for the Pirates in Greenville.

If the Bulls want to get things on track, something has to improve with USF's 2nd half defense.

If you don't know, meet UCF QB McKenzie Milton who leads the nation in completion percentage.

The teams look different, but here's a preview of Navy and Temple's AAC championship rematch.

What to watch for in Memphis Tigers basketball's exhibition game against LeMoyne-Owen.

The Astros won the World Series, of course the Houston Cougars got in the congratulations.

SMU has a big challenge ahead, but is it possible for the Mustangs to upset the UCF Knights?

An annual game against the Loyola University New Orleans Wolf Pack awaits Tulane MBB tonight.

ICYMI: Tulsa wide receiver Justin Hobbs has been added to Biletnikoff Award watch list.