Tag:Mississippi Rebels
Posted on: November 12, 2010 7:12 pm

Personal TV Schedule 11-13-10

College Football Week 11

Well after a week where I basically only looked in on college football from time to time since the Vols and Mocs were either off TV or not playing a competitive game, it's time to get back into interest.  This will be my first opportunity to see Tyler Bray start for the Vols while the Mocs host their last home game of the year with a FCS playoff berth still a possibility.  But that's just me, however the world of college football been quiet this week...*pause for laughter*...but really if there was any evidence that these payment conversations took place someone would have released a tape.  Seriously its 2010, if I was recuiter or someone else I would cover my butt by taping every conversation with a recruit, but that's just me bring common sense to this whole Cam Newton controversy.  But on to my viewing scheduling for tomorrow...

12 noon-3:30 p.m.
Mississippi Rebels at Tennessee Volunteers

The Vols are looking for their first SEC win of the season, along with Coach Dooley's first overall, and are dwelling in the cellar of the SEC East.  Into town comes the Rebels, who dwell in the cellar of the SEC West, with a good QB who may or may not play because of injury.  If Rebel QB Masoli is out then the Vols have a great chance to win the game behind freshman QB Tyler Bray; if Masoli starts and plays the entire game then the Rebels should be favored; if Masoli starts because can't finish, then it's either team's game.  The Volunteers must win out to be bowl eligible just as the Rebels need to do, so a bowl elimination game in the 2nd week of November.

3:30 p.m.-7 p.m.
Georgia Bulldogs at Auburn Tigers *primary*
San Diego State Aztecs at TCU Horned Frogs *blowout back-up*

Will the Tigers come out looking to take their frustration over the past week on the Bulldogs or will their heads be in the wrong place allowing the Bulldogs to get the huge upset on the road.  If Auburn wins they go to Atlanta to face the winner of South Carolina-Florida, if the Dawgs win then LSU needs the Crimson Tide to win in two weeks to punch their own ticket, that's if Arkansas doesn't upset them.  In case the Dawgs-Tigers becomes a blowout, I'll check out how the top non-BCS team is fairing against a surprising Aztec team.

7 p.m.-11 p.m.
South Carolina Gamecocks at Florida Gators *maybe*
Oregon Ducks at California Golden Bears *maybe*

I haven't decided if I want to watch any games after the Dawg-Tigers game.  While the Gamecock-Gator game will decide the SEC East, I'm just not that interested to be honest since the Gamecocks have tailed off from where they were at the beginning of the year and I don't like the Gators.  I could check out the Ducks, but I believe even though its at Cal where the Bears are tough it'll be over at the half.

That's all for this week, come back next week to see my personal viewing schedule or leave a comment about what you're going to watch this week in college football.
Posted on: October 29, 2010 8:53 pm

Personal TV Schedule 10-30-10

College Football Week 9

Well we're almost two months down and in the last three weeks have seen three (3) different #1 teams fall on the road to ranked opponents.  The Volunteers put up a good first half against Alabama last week, but just like the Oregon game they got blown away in the 2nd half because of inexperience and lack of depth.  What will this week's game at South Carolina bring, most likely the same but then against LSU was suppose to be a blowout loss and came within a play of being a huge upset.  Meanwhile, the Chattanooga Mocs went into the 4th quarter last week against Furman down 28-10 and scored 26 unanswered points for the greatest come-from-behind victory in school history and ended a 15-game lossing streak against the Paladins.  Now the Mocs are ranked in both the FCS writers and coaches polls, the latter of which is on this website, and are at home against a 2-5 Elon Phoenix team that is better than its record indicates.  This could be a trap game in the classic sense or the Mocs could have their first six game winning streak since, well a really long time ago.  While I'll be checking out the Mocs game on the radio, this is what I'll be watching on the tube:

12:21 p.m.-4 p.m.
Tennessee Volunteers at South Carolina Gamecocks

The Vols make take their third trip on the road in SEC play and face the SEC East frontrunning Gamecocks in Columbia.  I fully expect to see a competive first half, but like against Alabama and Oregon the Gamecocks will take control in the second half.  I really don't have a back-up because none of the other games scheduled from my region are that appealing.

4 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Michigan State Spartans at Iowa Hawkeyes *primary*
Missouri Tigers at Nebraska Cornhuskers *secondary*
Auburn Tigers at Mississippi Rebels *begins at 6 p.m.*

Basically three potential upset games with three undefeated teams traveling in conference games.  The MSU-Iowa and Missouri-Nebraska match-ups I'll be flipping back and forth from, but I'm partial to the Big Ten game than the Big 12 however if the latter is more competitive than the former I'll switch.  Starting at 6 p.m., I'll be starting to look in at the Auburn game and if the other two games are well in hand for someone then I'll make that my primary game until the finish.

7:30 p.m.-10 p.m.
Auburn Tigers at Mississippi Rebels *begins at 6 p.m.*
Oregon Ducks at Southern Cal Trojans *maybe*

After the finish of the MSU-Iowa and Missour-Nebraska games, if one or both are competitive until the end, I'll concentrate on the Auburn game unless that has become a blowout.  If the Tigers are running away with the game, I might check out Oregon-USC but considering that might mean having to see He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named I might just call it a day on college football.

That's all for this week, come back next week to see my personal viewing schedule or leave a comment about what you're going to watch this week in college football.
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