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Your Week 13 College Football TV Schedule

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"I've made a huge mistake"
"I've made a huge mistake"
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As the college football regular season draws to a close, I think its important to remember just how much it has sucked for the fans of the Georgia Bulldogs.  Its been everything from mind-boggling decisions and more injuries than we could even keep track of to arm tackling all over the place, blown coverages, and pathetic attempts at blocking.  Oh! And the fact that despite the plethora of problems, we were still in a position to win 3 of the 4 games we lost before having hope snatched from our fingers again and again.  And, yet... we got to see Aaron Murray break all kinds of conference records and we beat South Carolina, LSU, and Florida.  Just what the hell is going on here exactly?!?!? Maybe this season has just been more confusing than any other I can remember.

Regardless, we have a couple more weeks to enjoy our last bit of college football glory before the cold barrenness leading up to National Signing Day smacks us in the face.  To scrape every last morsel of football goodness onto your pre-Thanksgiving plate, see the link above. For only the choicest tidbits, look below as I tell you what games you should be watching:


Your Thursday night options this week are rather uninteresting to be honest.  The Rice Owls will take on the UAB Blazers and the UNLV Rebels will visit the Air Force Falcons.  All the while, the only game with any real implications is the Rutgers Scarlet Knights facing off against the UCF Knights.  Under these circumstances, I'd suggest you opt for a midnight showing of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire with your BFF.


Once again, it's a one game Friday.  The San Jose St. Spartans will be matched up against the Navy Midshipmen and this weekend of college football is really getting off to a slow start.


Things start to pick up a little bit during the early timeslot on Saturday with a couple of genuinely interesting games.   The Michigan St. Spartans face off with the Northwestern Wildcats, while the Oklahoma Sooners take it to the Kansas St. Wildcats, and the Mississippi St. Bulldogs attempt to fend off the Arkansas Razorbacks in a battle of SEC futility.  Still not great.... but baby steps.


During the 3:30 games, things get considerably better still with a total of 7 matchups featuring ranked teams.  The two best of the lot are of course the Wisconsin Badgers against the Minnesota Golden Gophers and the Texas A&M Aggies vs. the LSU Tigers.  All four teams here are in the BCS Top25 and both games will likely result in a team dropping from the rankings.


If you're like me, you'll be watching the Georgia Bulldogs struggle with the Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday evening.... its also likely that you share my self-loathing, glutton for punishment nature.  If, however, you've taken a more healthy approach to your football viewing habits, you'll probably want to stick with the Missouri Tigers visiting Oxford against the Ole Miss Rebels, the Baylor Bears running up the score on the Oklahoma State Cowboys, or the Arizona St. Sun Devils trying to pull the upset against the UCLA Bruins.


Your only Late Night game this Saturday is the Washington Huskies and the Oregon St. Beavers. This could prove to be an interesting game and potentially a suitable nightcap for a pretty decent penultimate weekend of the 2013 Season.

That's it for this week folks. See you next time. Until then...