Saturday's packed with action, beginning with the sudden move of Michigan's visit to Maryland. Originally scheduled for 7pm, it's been pushed forward to 11am in an attempt to get the game played before Joaquin Phoenix shows up in College Park.
Did I get that right? No? A hurricane? But the hurricane was in Cincinnati on Thurs-- oh, never mind.
Anyway: in addition to the Battle of UM, the early timeslot includes Texas at TCU and, most importantly, West Virginia at Oklahoma. Also, a bunch of other... stuff. Stuff you should avoid, if we're honest.
The midday slot contains K-State at Oklahoma State, of course. Other action is highlighted by Alabama/Georgia, with Baylor/Texas Tech as the primary option. Ohio State visits Indiana, too, and that could be interesting (or not).
Early evening brings us Ole Miss/Florida and Notre Dame/Clemson. There's also Aggie on Aggie violence with Clanga visiting College Station. Over on ESPN3, FCS #3 NDSU visits #5 SDSU in a bitter rivalry contest, too.
Your late night options include absolutely nothing compelling; just football. Arizona/Stanford is probably option one there.
Here, then, your schedule. All FBS games, all televised games available nationally to folks with full sports packs, and all ESPN3 games are included. The strange shapes beneath each network logo are words, and those words are links to streaming video.