Sunday, October 4, 2009

Week 7 TV Guesses

I think its very possible that any of these things could occur:
  1. The SEC could again go on a six day pick, particularly for the cable windows
  2. The Big 12 could shift their TV windows around, like they did last year for because of the Red River Shootout. Possibly a pair of evening games on ESPN/ESPN2 and no 2nd game on ABC, giving FSN the 3:30pm slot. Particularly because there are only four ACC games to choose and only one is an above average matchup.
Sticking with what we know (except I did give the Big 12 two games at night on ESPN)

CBS
South Carolina at Alabama, 3:30pm

ABC
Oklahoma vs. Texas, 12pm (confirmed)
Minnesota at Penn St. (confirmed, RM), Stanford at Arizona, Texas Tech at Nebraska, Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech (RM), 3:30pm

ESPN
Iowa at Wisconsin, 12pm
ABC Reverse Mirror, 3:30pm
Kansas at Colorado, 7:45pm

ESPN2
Ohio St. at Purdue, 12pm
Kentucky at Auburn, 6pm
Texas A&M at Kansas St., 9:15pm

ESPNU
Wake Forest at Clemson, 12pm
Virginia at Maryland, 3:30pm
Arkansas at Florida, 7pm

FSN
Missouri at Oklahoma St., 7pm
Washington at Arizona St., 10:15pm (confirmed)

Versus
California at UCLA, 7:30pm

Big Ten
Northwestern at Michigan St. & Delaware St. at Michigan, 12pm
Indiana at Illinois, 7pm (confirmed)

Others
Georgia at Vanderbilt, 12pm SEC Network
NC State at Boston College, 12pm Raycom
Louisville at Connecticut, 12pm Big East
UAB at Ole Miss, 7pm SEC/FSN
Baylor at Iowa St., 7pm Fox College Sports

1 comment:

Ed James said...

If Florida beats LSU, that game is on CBS or the primetime game on ESPN. Tebow = ratings!

If they lose, I think Ga Tech/Va Tech because the ESPN primetime game.

Can ESPN do six-day for the ACC & the SEC??