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College Football Week 11 TV Schedule

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What to watch and where to watch it.

Doug Pensinger

You ever look at something and go "man, that looks good." Well that's how I feel about today's TV Guide. The folks up at SB Nation worked their magic and have handed us down from above this awesome new format for the viewing schedule. Feast your eyes upon it's wonder! It gives you TV info and even links to the individual team blogs. How awesome is THAT?

Now let's talk about the actual games. Clemson plays Wake Forrest tonight. Soooo... yeah, that shouldn't even be close. Friday night's games are also big yawns. In Top 25 match-ups, we get one fairly early with #12 Baylor playing at #15 Oklahoma at noon. The next one is #10 Notre Dame at #9 Arizona State. I don't even want to think about fighting against Notre Dame for a playoff spot, so let's just pull for ASU shall we?

Perhaps one of the biggest games for playoff implications is #7 Kansas State at #6 TCU at 7:30pm. We need to be pulling hard for the Wildcats in that one. The more they win, the better we look. And I like that we have the head-to-head over them vs anyone else in the BigXII.

There's also #14 Ohio State at #8 Michigan State. I don't really want to do it, but I'm pulling for Urban and the Buckeyes. There's no way a one-loss OSU (whose loss is to Virginia Tech) jumps a one-loss Auburn. Michigan State as a conference champion with their one loss at Oregon, though... that's very possible.

Then, of course, there's #5 Alabama at #16 LSU. Our own Peggy Rossmanith will be observing this game in person for us. Pull for Les Miles and chaos. I'd rather have wins  over a 2 loss LSU and a 2 loss Bama (with us being their other loss) than over a 3 loss LSU and 2 loss Bama. We need LSU to stay in the Top 25 to increase our strength of schedule.

The final match-up is #4 Oregon at #17 Utah at 10pm. Pull for the Utes! We need the other conferences' champions to not appear to be better teams or have better resumes.

Isn't this whole College Football Playoff thing fun? Now here's the full and complete guide...

Thu, Nov 6, 2014
7:30 PM ET
(21) Clemson at Wake Forest
Fri, Nov 7, 2014
7:30 PM ET
Memphis at Temple
8:00 PM ET
Utah State at Wyoming
Sat, Nov 8, 2014
12:00 PM ET
Penn State at Indiana
12:00 PM ET
(20) Georgia at Kentucky
12:00 PM ET
(25) Wisconsin at Purdue
12:00 PM ET
Iowa at Minnesota
12:00 PM ET
(12) Baylor at (15) Oklahoma
12:00 PM ET
Presbyterian at (11) Mississippi
12:00 PM ET
Texas-San Antonio at Rice
12:00 PM ET
Louisiana Tech at UAB
12:00 PM ET
Southern Methodist at Tulsa
12:30 PM ET
ESPN3/ACCN
(24) Georgia Tech at NC State
12:30 PM ET
(22) Duke at Syracuse
3:00 PM ET
South Alabama at Arkansas State
3:00 PM ET
Georgia State at Troy
3:30 PM ET
Texas A&M at (3) Auburn
3:30 PM ET
Iowa State at Kansas
3:30 PM ET
Michigan at Northwestern
3:30 PM ET
(23) West Virginia at Texas
3:30 PM ET
(10) Notre Dame at (9) Arizona State
3:30 PM ET
FIU at Old Dominion
3:30 PM ET
Connecticut at Army
3:30 PM ET
Louisiana-Monroe at Appalachian State
3:30 PM ET
Tulane at Houston
4:00 PM ET
Tennessee-Martin at (1) Mississippi State
4:00 PM ET
Washington State at Oregon State
4:00 PM ET
CUSA
UTEP at Western Kentucky
4:00 PM ET
Air Force at UNLV
4:00 PM ET
Georgia Southern at Texas State
6:30 PM ET
Virginia at (2) Florida State
6:30 PM ET
Idaho at San Diego State
7:00 PM ET
(18) UCLA at Washington
7:00 PM ET
Florida Atlantic at North Texas
7:00 PM ET
Marshall at Southern Miss
7:00 PM ET
Hawaii at Colorado State
7:00 PM ET
Boise State at New Mexico
7:15 PM ET
Louisville at Boston College
7:30 PM ET
(7) Kansas State at (6) TCU
7:30 PM ET
Florida at Vanderbilt
8:00 PM ET
(14) Ohio State at (8) Michigan State
8:00 PM ET
(5) Alabama at (16) LSU
8:00 PM ET
Colorado at (19) Arizona
8:00 PM ET
Louisiana-Lafayette at New Mexico State
10:00 PM ET
(4) Oregon at (17) Utah
10:30 PM ET
San Jose State at Fresno State