Which games are you guys going to be watching before and after the Michigan game this weekend?
I will probably watch Sparty at noon to see how good or bad they are going to be this season. After the game I will tune in for Bama and VaTech at 8.
of them. I will have 5 tv's setup in my living room. Can't wait!!
Is that a full time deal? or special for this weekend?
I'm definitely going to try and peek in on whatever I can get tonight. I dunno what's on, but Oregon Boise St. looks interesting.
So I'll catch a little of all unless MSU is getting killed then i'll watch all of that until Meeeeeechigan comes on...
South Carolina @ North Carolina State (ESPN, 7pm)
--North Texas @ Ball State (ESPNU, 7:30pm)
Oregon @ Boise State (ESPN, 10:15pm)
Tulsa @ Tulane (ESPN, 8pm)
Minnesota @ Syracuse (ESPN2, Noon)
--Navy @ OSU (ESPN, Noon)
3:30p - Lots of flipping during commerical
Western Michigan @ Michigan (ABC, 3:30pm)
--Georgia @ Oklahoma State (ABC, 3:30pm)
--Nevada @ Notre Dame (NBC, 3:30pm)
--Missouri v. Illinois (ESPN, 3:40pm)
Baylor @ Wake Forest (ABC, 3:30pm)
Alabama v. Virginia Tech (ABC, 8pm)
Maryland @ California (ESPN2, 10pm)
--Buffalo @ Texas-El Paso (CBS College Sports, 9pm)
--Louisiana State @ Washington (ESPN, 10:30pm)
Mississippi @ Memphis (ESPN, 3:30pm)
Colorado State @ Colorado (FSN, 7pm)
Cincinnati @ Rutgers (ESPN, 4pm)
Miami @ Florida State (ESPN, 8pm)
I will especially like to see the...
Georgia vs Oklahoma State
Bama vs Va Tech
Now I can set the DVR. I wonder if I can record all of them before I run out of hard drive?
I will be scouting week 2 :)
For some reason I thought the UM game was at noon? not sure why. But I will flip back and forth I am sure.
There are some games on ESPN tonight, so probably what ever game I get, http://espn.go.com/college-football/schedule
MSU v Montana State at noon, (cough cough) on BTN
ND v Nevada at 3:30 along with the mentioned UM game at 3:30
BYU v Oklahoma probably at 7:00 on espn with some bama and VTech at 8:00 on abc
Tonight I am definitely watching the South Carolina v NC St. and Oregon v Boise St. game. As for Saturday I will set up my 2 televisions in my living room and double up. I really wanted to watch the Georgia v Oklahoma St. game, but since it is on at the same time the M game it will be regulated to commercial time. Luckily I have DVR so I can rewind anything that looks interesting. Also Va Tech v Bama is must watch for me as well. As long as M doesn't implode, because if they do I really won't be in the mood to watch anything.
I'm in D.C., does anybody know if there is any way I can be sure that the game will be broadcast here? The tvguide.com listing for Directv has the Michigan game or the Georgia game slotted at 3:30 on ESPN2. Any advice?
I would go to a local sports bar and watch the game. Just call ahead and see if they have the college football package and that they will show the game. I had to do this when I didn't have B10 network.
um, all of them and dont forget oregon and boise tonight
Can't wait to watch Boise State beat on Oregon tonight. The Ducks are overhyped and really aren't that good..
Will be at the UM/WMU game with a 2 & 1/2 hour drive to and from Ann Arbor on gameday. Will listen to plenty of other games on the radio though.
Oregon-Boise State tonight during my FFL draft (while my wife makes fun of me in the background). Watching nothing until UM-WMU on Saturday (honestly, I need to shut it down Saturday morning and put myself in the right mindset).. depending on the outcome, I will watch every televised game that comes after UM, or I will go home and sulk. I'm planning on a long night of football, though.
My setup is like Elvis' TV room in Graceland:
The next hour and 20 minutes can't pass quick enough.