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MMM! Smells like cupcakes in here. While this, of course, means that the Georgia Bulldogs will be trailing to the Appalachian St. Mountaineers in the 4th quarter on Saturday... it still smells delicious.
And while those cupcakes might keep you satisfied for awhile, you'll be looking for bigger fare before long and that's where I come in. Here are the ways you should occupy your time this weekend:
After a couple of rather bare Thursday evenings, things really pick up this weekend with the Oklahoma Sooners and Baylor Bears kicking off the Top 10 action. A little over an hour later the Oregon Ducks and Stanford Cardinal will also take the field. This is what Thursday night football ought to look like (sorry Georgia Tech).
Not much going Friday night… I suppose you could watch the Louisville Cardinals dismantle the UConn Huskies. Or you could watch a ‘roided up frat guy punch a malnourished hobo in the face for 3 hours. Both amount to roughly the same thing.
The noon games on Saturday include the aforementioned game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Appalachian St. Mountaineers as well as some choice matchups including:
- Auburn Tigers / Tennessee Volunteers
- Florida St. Seminoles / Wake Forest Demon Deacons
- Missouri Tigers / Kentucky Wildcats
By choice, of course, I mean that the former teams listed will be kicking the sorry tails of the latter teams I listed all up and down the field. You could also just watch the Vanderbilt Commodores and Florida Gators for the lulz.
… But really get cooking once the sun sets. The obvious watch here is the Alabama Crimson Tide fighting off the LSU Tigers in a bid to return to the rest of their pillowy soft schedule unscathed. The Virginia Tech Hokies and the Miami Hurricanes is another viable option here… while the game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Pitt Panthers can only be recommended to the mentally deficient or self-deluded (Lou Holthhhh vs. Mark May).
That's all for this week folks. Join us again next time when we'll be lamenting all the ways other SEC teams have benefitted from Georgia actually bothering to discipline its players. Mark Richt has lost control of QBs in the SEC WEST!