Entering Week 7 of the college football season there is quite the hubbub around the nation. The Georgia Bulldogs are the #1 team in the land... but should they be when it is painfully obvious that “they ain’t played nobody”? Who saw Iowa at #2 at this or any other point in the season? Not me. Why on Earth would College Gameday choose to return to Athens for a #1 vs #11 matchup when they could have spent the day in Ohio for a game between Cincinnati and a 3-2 UCF squad that is surely already planning their own national championship parade? So many questions, so few answers. But we should know the answers to some of the season’s remaining questions after this weekend...at least for the teams that aren’t on the BYE (of which there are many).
Let’s do it!
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And now for my viewing suggestions for each time slot:
Sun Belt action always makes for a good time... even when it’s two bottom of the conference squads.
Pac-12 After Dark with a Top 10 team on a Friday night? Yes, please.
Who wouldn’t want to watch a matchup between the last two teams that were totally definitely going to expose the Dawgs but who are somehow also not any good because they didn’t?
The Wildcats come to the Classic City with their most successful team in quite some time. But will they be able to take the Dawgs to the limit? Well, buckle up... after managing to miraculously avoid him thus far, Gary Danielson will be bringing you his special brand of fury-inducing commentary as we find out.
I hate to seem so SEC-centric, but, man, the primetime slot sure has some stinkers. And, honestly, who doesn’t love a good bloodletting.
Another heaping helping of Pac-12 After Dark with a Top 25 team to boot. What did we do to get so lucky?
That’s all for now, folks. See you this weekend!