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Your Week 9 College Football TV Schedule

It’s great to be a Gator Hater. It really, really is.

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It’s another fantastic week of college football and the last weekend before the College Football Playoff Committee lets out their initial rankings. As you know, your top-ranked Georgia Bulldogs will be traveling to Jacksonville to dispatch the hated Gators, but there are actually a bunch of quality options throughout the day on Saturday. How about we take a look an what we have in store?

Let’s do it!

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And now for my viewing suggestions for each time slot:


Troy Trojans @ #24 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, 7:30 P.M. - ESPN2

Sure a bit of the shine is off the Chanticleers, but it isn’t every Thursday night that you get to watch a Top 25 team bounce back.


Princeton Tigers @ Cornell Big Red, 7:00 P.M. - ESPNU

Absent any notable matchups, spending a Friday night with the Ivy League is typically a good time. And don’t look now, but the Tigers are undefeated.


#6 Michigan Wolverines @ #8 Michigan State Spartans, 12:00 P.M. - FOX

Gotta go with Mel Tucker and the Spartans here. And as an added bonus, if things go as planned, we get to see Lil’ Jimmy Harbaugh have a hissy fit and soil his big boy pants.


#1 Georgia Bulldogs vs. (Unranked) Florida Gators, 3:30 P.M. - CBS

It’s the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. Act accordingly.


Penn State Nittany Lions @ Ohio State Buckeyes, 7:30 P.M. - ABC

This is a bit of a meteor game for me. On one hand, I’m always up for another loss for An Ohio State University. There can really never be too many. On the other hand... James Franklin. In reality, I know most everyone here will be watching World Series Game 4, so I suppose it really doesn’t matter all that much.


UCLA Bruins @ Utah Utes, 10:00 P.M. - ESPN

Washington Huskies @ Stanford Cardinal, 10:30 P.M.- FS1

Yeah, there are a couple of ranked teams playing, but there are only 5 more opportunities to watch Pac-12 After Dark and you don’t waste those. Things should just be getting good when the Braves game ends.

That’s all for now, folks. Let the cocktails flow!

Until next week...