Georgia Southern isn't going to embarrass me this week like they did last week, right? RIGHT? Ugh, that was bad. They're playing on ESPNU again, tonight. Check it out and see The Prettiest (Not As) Little (Anymore) Stadium In America. Or you could watch Gene Chizik's team take on #23 Pitt. NUMBER. TWENTY. THREE. PITT. This year is dumb. Oh, and #5 TCU is playing, as well.
There really aren't any intriguing games on Friday evening, but it's still college football. You could be watching Auburn Basketball play its first exhibition game in the Arena, though. Or come see my cousin sing at Eighth and Rail in Opelika at 8pm CDT. That's where I'll be.
Saturday's games begin with the biggest game of the year for Auburn. Just like every other game is from here on in, pretty much. Ole Miss will be here on The Plains at 11am on ESPN. At least we didn't get shunted to the SEC Network!
Everyone will be tuned in to The Game Formerly Known As The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party at 3:30pm on CBS. UGA is supposedly going to start yet another QB, so hey, at least someone else in the SEC is dealing with that problem, this year, and at least we seem to have found our guy.
The first (and only) Top 25 match-up of the day doesn't take place until 8pm EST on ABC. That's #9 Notre Dame at #21 Temple. I don't even know what to think anymore. At 10:30pm EST there's the greatest contrast in styles you can find on ESPN as #8 Stanford is in Pullman to take on The Dread Pirate Leach. Mike Leach's team has quietly been putting together a decent season. He may be turning things around up there in Pullman.
And that's the weekend slate. See below for the full schedule and links to all of the other SB Nation blogs!