Another week, another slate of ranked games. Although Georgia, Ohio State, and Michigan don’t seem to be in immediate peril, TCU has a road test against Texas (I still do not concede that the Longhorns are “back”). We also have Oregon playing host to Washington and UCF traveling to Tulane. But certainly the most interesting matchup (at least before the players take the field) is Bama’s trip to Oxford. I have absolutely no idea how Saban and the Tide are going to react to the brutal reality that the SEC Championship and College Football Playoffs are now almost certainly beyond their grasp. Normally, I would expect them to rip out the spine of
Colonel Reb Rebel the Bear Tony the Landshark and force-feed it to the nearest drunk debutante stumbling through The Grove. But we are living in strange times and you know Ol’ Kiffykins is thinking this may just be his chance to begin his own reign of terror.
With that in mind, let’s see what the weekend has instore...
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And now for my viewing suggestions for each time slot:
As usual, just select your favorite directional midwest Group of 5 team.
Georgia Southern Eagles @ Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns, 7:30 pm - ESPNU
What happens when two wildly inconsistent teams get wildly inconsistent together? Tune in to find out!
Colorado Buffaloes @ #8 USC Trojans, 9:30 p.m. - FS1
Colorado is surrendering an average of 40 points per game. This is gonna go great!
Navy Midshipmen vs. #20 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Baltimore), 12:00 p.m. - ABC
The classic game returns and, while Navy doesn’t seem to have a particularly good chance of winning this year, I’ll be cursing the Irish as usual.
#10 Alabama Crimson TIde @ #11 Ole Miss Rebels, 3:30 p.m. - CBS
The afternoon forecast calls for clear skies at kickoff... with a 60% chance of rage by the end of the 2nd half.
#1 Georgia Bulldogs @ Mississippi State Bulldogs, 7:00 p.m - ESPN
Starkvegas. Clanga. Bizarro Bulldogs. PIRATES!
Arizona Wildcats @ #9 UCLA Bruins, 10:30 p.m. - FOX
I’d like to think something interesting might come up in at least one of these Pac-12 contests, but they look like blowouts.
That’s all for now, folks. Get ready for another enjoyable weekend of college football.