#22 Temple is at East Carolina at 7pm EST on ESPN2, but you're going to be watching Georgia Southern at Appalachian State at 7:30pm EST on ESPNU with me, right? RIGHT?!? You know you want to see the most explosive running back in college football (assuming he's not out (PLEASE DON'T BE OUT, MATT)).
In all seriousness, that should be a good game. It's a big rivalry going back years in the FCS, and the game this season will possibly decide who wins the Sun Belt Conference. Then at 9pm there's #20 Cal taking on UCLA.
Friday night sees #18 Memphis (what is going on with this season?) playing at Tulsa for the marquee game.
We all know what you're going to be doing Saturday morning / early afternoon. You're going to be watching Auburn vs Arkansas at 12pm EST / 11am CDT on the SEC Network. I really hate playing Arkansas on the road at 11am. That never works out well for us.
#19 Toledo is at UMass at 3pm on ESPN3. I just wanted to point out that Toledo is #19. The same Toledo that beat Arkansas back in Week 2. The 3:30 ESPN game is, of course, Tennessee at Alabama. I don't see that ending well for the Vols.
The next ranked SEC game of interest is #15 Texas A&M at #24 Ole Miss. That game kicks off at 7pm on ESPN2. #3 Utah (2015 is wack, y'all. So wack it made me use "wack." I promise I will never do that again.) is at USC to take on the Trojans at 7:30 on Fox. The only late night ranked game after that (or one featuring a ranked team) is Washington at #10 Stanford at 10:30pm EST on ESPN.
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