If you need to work in the yard, visit the sick, go shopping or any other reasonable Saturday activity, this would be the Saturday to do so. There is not much happening on the college football gridiron.
Our 11:00 games begin with Baylor live from Manhattan, Kansas on Fox1. The Bears will play the winless Jayhawks. Let the Baylor Band play the first quarter.
Opposite the Bears, the annual Red River Rivalry takes place on ABC at 11:00. The Oklahoma Sooners seem to be on the rise while the Texas Longhorns – well, they just seem to be wishing and hoping and thinking and praying. In addition to being 1 – 4 for the season, now BEVO is ill. What else can go wrong for THE University? Bevo, I hope you are feeling better soon. I am sure the Aggie vets will take good care of you.
I am not sure either one of those games are worth getting up for.
The afternoon and evening games from the Big 12 provide Texas Tech and Iowa State at 2:30 with no TV coverage. Two relatively potentially exciting games could be the 6:00 West Virginia vs Oklahoma State on ESPN2 and TCU vs Kansas State in the Battle of the Purples at 6:30 on Fox.
Onward through the fog to the SEC, we find the schools from the Magnolia State – Ole Miss playing New Mexico State @ 11:00 and Mississippi State playing Troy 3:00. Both games are on the SECN. Georgia should have no problem at Tennessee at 2:30.
LSU will host South Carolina since South Carolina is still underwater. The time says 2:30 on ESPN. Florida and Missouri might have an interest level. They play @ 6:30 on SECN.
The only game of interest is the 6:00 PM ESPN broadcast of Arkansas and Alabama. Don’t look for an upset in Tuscaloosa. Please Pigs, do not make The Crimson Tide angry. The Tide is coming to Aggieland next Saturday.