First, go read this.
Now, take a deep breath, and let’s do this thing. All times Eastern and reflect the games being shown on the Georgia Tech Cable Network.
- Maryland @ Boston College (ESPN): BC desperately needs a win against one of the ACC’s luckiest teams.
- Michigan St. @ Penn St. (ESPN2): The Fightin’ John L. Smiths try to save their season, but it’s probably too late, and PSU will rally behind a returned JoePa.
- Oklahoma @ Baylor (FSN): Sooners have nothing to worry about here.
- Buffalo @ Wisconsin (ESPNU): Once again, why?
- Miami @ UVA (LF ACC): Miami should win here, as but UVA is also trying to salvage a decent season.
12:30 – Tennessee @ Vanderbilt (LF SEC): The ‘Dores won last year. Will they win again? I wish, but they probably won’t.
- Michigan @ Ohio State (ABC)
- Auburn @ Alabama (CBS): War Damn Eagle
- Kansas St. @ Kansas (FSN): Can K-State keep the momentum going heading into Lawrence. Or will the Mangino prevail?
6:45 – Washington @ Washington State (FSN): Meanwhile, U-Dub has anti-momentum coming into this game, losing to one of the worst teams in DI-A
7:00 – Virginia Tech @ Wake Forest (ESPN2): Wake Forest needs the win here, lest Maryland pass them. VPI wants to continue to salvage their season. I like Wake, though.
7:30 – USF @ Louisville (ESPNU): BIG EAST BATTLE!@#%$!
7:45 – Rutgers @ Cincinnati (ESPN): It’s Big East night on the ESPN family of networks! Rutgers should roll.
8:00 – California @ USC (ABC): I want Cal to win anyway, and not just to cause a Mich-OSU rematch. The Cal Drinking Song is probably the best post-3rd quarter tradition, ever.
10:15 – UCLA @ ASU (FSN): Uh, why is this being broadcast? At least the crowd has some talent to scope out.