Another week of college football is upon us... and with it all the potential for joy, elation, confusion, and crushing disappointment that entails. Adding to the drama is the constant search for updates about which games will be played and which will be cancelled/moved/postponed. That last bit doesn’t exactly make it easy on your friendly neighborhood college football TV schedule maker. Yet, such is my commitment to you, dear reader, that I have braved the seas of both a confounding loss in Week 10 and wishy washy sports administrators that want to wait until the last minute to change game schedules. So, here you go:
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And now for my viewing suggestions for each time slot:
Honestly, just pick whichever directional Michigan school strikes your fancy.
It may be the only game on Thursday night, but it could be a good one. If you can tolerate the screen being side to side Smurf-colored, there are worse ways to spend a Thursday night.
I don’t hold out much hope for the 1-5 Pirates, but it is a game featuring a ranked team on a Friday night... so it wins out.
(Haha! The football gods are having a bit of fun with me it seems, as this game was postponed mere minutes after I posted the article. But you know what, I'm gonna leave it because it reinforces my points above)
Georgia tries to rebound after what I’ll charitably call a poor showing in the WLOCP. If you have to rebound, you could pick a worse place to visit than Columbia, Missouri during the 2020 college football season. All of this is, of course, contingent upon the game actually getting played.
This could actually be pretty interesting, depending on which Boston College shows up. Plus, it’d be nice to go ahead and knock Notre Dame down a peg. But I also wouldn’t be shocked to see the Irish distance themselves early.
Come on, Sam Pittman! Can you imagine the narratives on Sunday morning if Feleipe Franks and the Razorbacks were to somehow win this game? The schadenfreude is too much to hope for.
I will be watching this game at 2 am Sunday morning. I’ve missed PAC-12 After Dark.
That’s all for now, folks.