What else could possibly interest college football fans?

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You’ve got USC-Ohio State from the Coliseum (Channel 7, 5 p.m. with Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Erin Andews and Lisa Salters).
You’ve got UCLA at BYU (Versus, 12:30 p.m., with Joe Beninati, Glenn Parker and Tim Neverett).

And then you’ve got this (highlighting the best, ignoring the not-so-best) to keep you occupied:

Thursday:

4:30 p.m.: North Carolina at Rutgers (ESPN) with Chris Fowler, Jesse Palmer, Craig James and Erin Andrews.

Friday:

5 p.m.: Kansas at South Florida (ESPN2) with Sean McDonough and Chris Spielman.

Saturday:

9 a.m.: Cal at Maryland (ESPN) with Dave Pasch and Andre Ware.

9 a.m.: Iowa State at Iowa (Big Ten Network) with Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis and Charissa Thompson.

9:30 a.m.: Washington State at Baylor (FSN West) with Bill Land and Dave Lapham.

12:30 p.m.: Michigan at Notre Dame (Channel 4) with Tom Hammond, Pat Haden and Alex Flanagan.

12:30 p.m.: Georgia at South Carolina (Channel 2) with Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson and Tracy Wolfson.

12:30 p.m.: Oregon at Purdue (Channel 7) with Brad Nessler, Bob Griese and Paul Maguire.

12:30 p.m.: Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech (ESPN2) with Terry Gannon and David Norrie.

1 p.m.: Hawaii at Oregon State (FSN West) with Todd Mansfield and Steve Preece.

4 p.m.: Auburn at Mississippi State (ESPN2) with Mark Jones and Bob Davie.

4:45 p.m.: Oklahoma at Washington (ESPN) with Mike Patrick and Todd Blackledge.

5 p.m.: Stanford at TCU (MTN) with James Bates and Todd Christensen.

5 p.m.: Arizona at New Mexico (CBS College Sports) with Tom Hart and Trev Alberts.

7:30 p.m.: Wisconsin at Fresno State (ESPN2) with Joe Tessitore and Rod Gilmore.

9 p.m. (delayed): UNLV at Arizona State (FSN West) with Trey Bender and Juan Roque, Jody Jackson.

The other news today:
CBS, which just signed a 15-year deal with the SEC, says all games with those conference will stream on CBSSports.com (linked here) this season, simulcast with what’s on CBS live on TV.
“It keeps with CBS’ vision of using multiple platforms to better serve our viewers no matter where they are,” said Mike Aresco, CBS Sports’ exec VP of programming. The streaming won’t affect the network coverage of Army-Navy or Notre Dame vs. Navy in Baltimore (Nov. 15) this season.

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