Your Week 14 College Football TV Schedule

Thats right! - Scott Cunningham

This week there are many games, but only one of consequence... ESSEEESEE! ESSEEESEE! ESSEEESEE! As such, you can catch the head muckety-muck of Dawg Sports, T. Kyle King, in tonight's Blogger Throwdown on ESPNU's UNITE at Midnight!!!

Your Week 14 College Football TV Schedule >>> CLICK HERE!

So now we come to it... the final weekend of the college football season... Championship Weekend!

And there are quite a few choice matchups to be found. Unfortunately, you'll have to miss most of them since you'll be watching the only one that really matters as the Georgia Bulldogs take on the Alabama Crimson Tide.

But that doesn't mean there aren't folks out there somewhere that would like to watch a whole bevy of football games with no real implications! So with that in mind lets take a look at all the pigskin action on tap this weekend:

Things kick off with a resounding thud on Thursday night in the "Used-To-Be-Big-East Bowl" as the Louisville Cardinals and Rutgers Scarlet Knights plan on parting ways on hostile, yet ultimately harmless, terms.

There is some interesting action on Friday night as well with BCS-Buster hopefuls, the Kent St. Golden Flashes (yes, I had to look that up) facing off against the Northern Illinois Huskies and the Stanford Cardinal looking to take it to the UCLA Bruins just one week after they took it to the UCLA Bruins.

Saturday is where the real fun starts as the early afternoon slate treats us to a whole slew of Big 12 teams that wouldn't be featured in a Big 12 Championship Game even if there was one. You get the Oklahoma Sooners attempting to close out yet another disappointing season against the TCU Horned Frogs, the Oklahoma St. Cowboys facing the amazing, glorious, heaven-sent Baylor Bears, and the Kansas Jayhawks travelling to Morgantown to finish the season against the West Virginia Mountaineers. There's also a Conference USA game featuring a certain lying cheater on the sidelines.

ABC has decided to simply concede the mid-afternoon timeslot to the aforementioned SEC Championship Game by picking up thrilling contests between the Boise St. Broncos and the Nevada Wolfpack and featuring the Cincinnati Bearcats and the Connecticut Huskies... though which one you'll be lucky enough to see will, sadly, be dictated by where you live.

Saturday night the fun continues as the Florida St. Seminoles take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets to determine whether the Georgia Bulldogs or Florida Gators won the ACC Championship last weekend. If that's not your cup of tea (and frankly, I hope its not), you can always make your eyes bleed one more time as the Nebraska Cornhuskers face off against the Wisconsin Badgers in what commentators continue insisting is the B1G Ten Championship Game. If you can't be compelled to watch that one either, I suppose you'll have to settle for watching the Kansas St. Wildcats dismantle the Texas Longhorns.

Enjoy your last full weekend of college football and feel free to use this as your open comment thread for T. Kyle King's third UNITE appearance on ESPNU... tune in to watch him school yet another member of the college blogging community!

And get your tail ready for Saturday! GOOOO DAWGS!!!

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