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Your Week 10 College Football TV Schedule

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The weekend of the WLOCP is upon us! And whether you’re travelling to Jacksonville or staying around home, I hope that you are well and finding new and interesting ways to hate the disgusting reptiles crawling forth from the sewage-filled swamp of Gainesville. The schedule this week is pretty meager. Almost all of the heavy hitting rivalry games are in the 3:30 slot and everything else is, frankly, sparse. But it’s still another college football weekend and so here’s...

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And now for the most interesting options in each time slot:


Georgia Southern Eagles @ #20 Appalachian St. Mountaineers, 8:00 pm, ESPNU

Southern has struggled to come out with wins on the road this season (although in fairness, 2 of those trips were to LSU and Minnesota) and Appalachian State has looked solid. That said, strange things happen in the Sun Belt sometimes and it is Halloween. On a somewhat related note, is it wrong that I’ve started dreaming up scenarios in which the Mountaineers make the playoff and, thus, cause the heads of the entire UCF fanbase to explode?


Navy Midshipmen @ UCONN Huskies, 8:00 pm, ESPN2

Service academy gets the nod... and likely the victory because UCONN is very, very bad at football.


Not Applicable

Just an absolutely abysmal noon slate. I can’t recommend any of this dreck and the schedulers should be ashamed of themselves. No excuse. Seems like a great time for almost anything else.


#8 Georgia Bulldogs vs. #6 Florida Gators, 3:30 pm, CBS

Absolutely no one knows what’s going to happen in the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party... and anyone that claims to is selling something. So we go with Napoleon’s Battle Plan:


#15 SMU Mustangs @ #23 Memphis Tigers, 7:30 pm, ABC

For the second consecutive week, I’m featuring SMU. I’m gonna be honest... I did not see that coming.

Late Night

The Mountain West Slate

No PAC-12 After Dark for you this weekend. Instead enjoy Boise State, BYU (the only non-MW participant) and 4 other teams with a combined 14-17 record. Yikes.

That’s all for this week, folks. Until next time...

GOOOO DAWGS (and may Gainesville be swallowed by the rising waters of the Atlantic)!!!