First, here's the 11/10 selections that have been made six days in advance and the schedule for the week:
12pm ABC (split): Louisville at Syracuse
12pm ABC (split): Miami (FL) at Virginia
12pm ESPN: Northwestern at Michigan
12pm ESPN2: Wisconsin at Indiana
12pm ESPNU: Army at Rutgers
12:30pm ACC Network: Georgia Tech at North Carolina
3pm FOX: Stanford at Oregon St.
3pm Pac-12 Network: Arizona St. at USC
3pm ACC RSNs: Wake Forest at NC State
3:30pm CBS: Texas A&M at Alabama
3:30pm ABC with ESPN2 RM: West Virginia at Oklahoma St.
3:30pm FSN: Baylor at Oklahoma
3:30pm ESPNU: Maryland at Clemson
4pm Southland: Sam Houston St. at Northwestern St.
7pm FOX: Kansas St. at TCU
7pm ESPN: Mississippi St. at LSU
8pm ABC: Notre Dame at Boston College
10:30pm ESPN: California at Oregon
10:30pm ESPN2: UCLA at Washington St.
10:30pm Pac-12 Network: Utah at Washington
Notes on the 11/17 guesses
* There isn't much of a delineation to me between the ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU 12pm games so I could see them being set for times, but not a network
* Minnesota at Nebraska is virtually assured of BTN because the Cornhuskers haven't played a conference game on the network yet and their final regular season game vs. Iowa is on ABC.
* Big week for SEC PPV/local games. Alabama used their PPV game earlier in the year, so they'll probably take the CSS slot.
* There's a lot to play around with when it comes to the Pac-12 & Big 12 and the ABC and FOX slots. The general rule of thumb I've seemed to notice is that if ABC is airing a Big 12 game, FOX will only show theirs on FSN or F/X, if at all, with the exception of this past weekend where FOX and ABC had Big 12 games airing simultaneously (ABC was also carrying wall-to-wall Big 12 games this weekend) and 10/20. The same seems to be holding true for the Pac-12.
* If Cincinnati-Rutgers was between two ranked teams, I might have tried to play around with moving it to a national stage, but it will remain the Big East Network 12pm game as it was selected before the season started.
* I do think Stanford-Oregon is the best game on the board and ABC will take that for primetime, leaving FOX to show the Crosstown Rivalry in the afternoon. FOX will then get a chance to show Kansas St. in primetime. Did not notice this, but Oregon had not yet appeared on FOX or ABC until the USC game, but I expect them to be there all of November.
12pm ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU: Northwestern at Michigan St.
12pm ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU: NC State at Clemson
12pm ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU: Iowa at Michigan
12pm FSN: Texas Tech at Oklahoma St.
12pm BTN: Indiana at Penn St.
12pm BTN: Minnesota at Nebraska
12pm SEC Network: Tennessee at Vanderbilt
12:30pm ACC Network: Duke at Georgia Tech
1pm Local/PPV: Samford at Kentucky
1:30pm F/X: Arizona at Utah
2pm Local/PPV: Wofford at South Carolina
3pm FOX: USC at UCLA
3pm ACC RSNs: Virginia Tech at Boston College
3pm Pac-12 Network: Washington at Colorado
3:30pm CBS: Ole Miss at LSU
3:30pm ABC/ESPN RM: Ohio St. at Wisconsin
3:30pm ABC/ESPN RM: Florida St. at Maryland
3:30pm ESPNU: USF at Miami (FL)
3:30pm FSN: Iowa St. at Kansas
3:30pm BTN: Purdue at Illinois
7pm FOX: Kansas St. at Baylor
7pm ESPN: Oklahoma at West Virginia
7pm ESPNU: Syracuse at Missouri
7pm FSN: UCF at Tulsa
7:30pm SEC/CSS: Western Carolina at Alabama
7:45pm ESPN2: Arkansas at Mississippi St.
8pm ABC: Stanford at Oregon
9:30pm Pac-12 Network: Washington St. at Arizona St.
10:30pm ESPN: California at Oregon St.
10:30pm ESPN2: BYU at San Jose St.