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Your Saturday Football Schedule isn’t as Weak as it Appears

JMU wants Bama (Busted Coverage)

JMU wants Bama (Busted Coverage)

JMU wants Bama (Busted Coverage)

The Early Session

  • Clemson at Miami, ABC
  • Auburn at Arkansas, SEC Network
  • Northwestern at Nebraska, ESPN2
  • Boston College at UofL, 12:30 on ACC Network (WKYT in Lex, WHAS in Lou.)

OK, so I was wrong about the noon games – there’s a ton of snoozers.  But it gets better.

Midday Mayhem

  • Tennessee at Alabama, CBS
  • Indiana at Michigan State, ESPN2/ABC
  • Penn State at Maryland, ESPN
  • Mizzou at Vandy, 4:00 on SEC Network

The afternoon session is a little better, if the Vols make it semi-close against Bama (not likely).  But trust me, everything is redeemed when he see tonight’s stellar slate.  Lucky for you, you can flip between channels during commercials of the Kentucky game.

Prime Time

  • WKU* at LSU, 7:00 on ESPNU
  • Texas A&M at Ole Miss, 7:00 on ESPN
  • Cayts at State, 7:30 SEC Network
  • Utah at USC, 7:30 on Fox
  • Ohio State at Rutgers, 8:00 on ABC
  • Washington at Stanford, 10:30 on ESPN

If none of these games appease your College Football appetite, get your pregame football fill by listening to the KSR Podcast.

*  I told my little brother that even if he got stiff-armed by Leonard Fournette, I’d still be proud of him.  And that if he tackled him I’d buy a Hummer and throw a highly coveted Yeti cooler in the back for him.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

3 Comments for Your Saturday Football Schedule isn’t as Weak as it Appears

  1. BG Cat
    12:01 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    Go Toppers!

  2. wildcats4me2
    1:06 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    Nick Rosh I appreciate the information on your post. Just thought I’d better give you a word of caution, talk about buying hummers for players could land you in hot water. Just ask Pitino and others at Louisville. Little brother would probably be just as happy with a Jeep.

  3. Aja
    1:32 pm October 24, 2015 Permalink

    Former Tilghman all-state DE Derik Overstreet has blossomed into a star at WKU. UK overlooked a great one.