It’s bye week here at Dawg Sports and across Bulldog Nation. While I’m going to try to take a peek at a few games this weekend, the number won’t be high. You see, like most of you, I’ve spent the last 7 weeks promising to do things. In fact, the phrase “Yeah, I’ll do that on the bye week” was used at least thrice. So now I must keep those promises. There is pinestraw to be spread. There are gutters to be cleaned. There are antique stores to be dragged to (because my input is greatly valued on which side table to buy). So that’s what playing The University of BYE means for me. For the rest of you, here is your...
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Since I won’t have the ability to watch most of the games, I haven’t put a ton of thought into the qualities that would make each one enjoyable. So for the off-week, we’ll eschew the normal format and I’ll just give you the games I think might be fun.
#25 Memphis Tigers @ Houston Cougars, 8:00, ESPN
Princeton Tigers @ Harvard Crimson, 7:30, NBCSN (yes, seriously)
Colorado State Rams @ New Mexico Lobos, 10:15, ESPN2
Louisville Cardinals @ Florida State Seminoles, 12:00, ESPN (I guess? For the lulz?)
Syracuse Orange @ #8 Miami Hurricanes, 3:30, ESPN
Tennessee Volunteers @ #1 Alabama Crimson Tide, 3:30, CBS (depending on your perspective)
#19 Michigan Wolverines @ #2 Penn State Nittany Lions, 7:30, ABC
#11 USC Trojans @ #13 Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 7:30, NBC
Colorado Buffaloes @ #15 Washington State Cougars, 10:45, ESPN
That’s it for now folks. Until next time...