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I'm guessing the networks hold off on scheduling the SEC games for that Saturday until after this weekend. You have South Carolina visiting LSU Saturday, and then LSU to A&M and SC to UF on the 20th.
Of course, we need to beat LaTech for our game to have any significance anyway.
What are the odds of it being a night game? I'm hoping damn good!
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Depends on what CBS wants to do.
Come here for LSU-A&M or go to Florida for SC-Fla.
Will either be a 2:30 game or a 6:00 game.
Want the night game so bad. 2:30 CBS is supposed to be the premier SEC game of the week...but the crowd is way more live for night games.
They should announce it any minute now. I'd bet CBS is gonna go to USC - UF. Especially after LSU just lost.
I think our game will be the ESPN night game.
"CBS takes 6-day hold on LSU vs. Texas A&M game on Oct. 20. LSU-A&M 1 of 3 games being considered for 2:30 p.m. kick on CBS next week."
CBS Sports has decided to use a six-day option for its broadcast of Southeastern Conference football on Oct. 20 at 3:30 p.m. ET (2:30 p.m. CT). The network will decide from South Carolina at Florida, Alabama at Tennessee or LSU at Texas A&M following this week’s games.
ESPN will televise the two games not selected by CBS Sports for slots at noon ET (11 a.m. CT) and primetime (between 7 – 7:45 p.m. ET / 6 – 6:45 p.m. CT).
The SEC Network will feature the Auburn at Vanderbilt game at 12:21 a.m. ET (11:21 a.m. CT).
The Georgia at Kentucky game and Middle Tennessee at Mississippi State games will be at 7 p.m. ET (6 p.m. CT) on ESPN2, ESPNU or FSN. The selection of network will occur after this week’s games.
SECDigitalNetwork.com and @SECSportsUpdate on Twitter will have updates on the selection process during the weekend.
Holy cow, please not the shaft with an 11AM kick for LSU.
If CBS wants the LSU game, does that mean 0% chance of GameDay coming back? Or could ESPN trump them?
I'm not saying our chances are great after LSU lost last weekend, but there is still some hope.
It doesn't matter if the game is on CBS, although I'm sure they prefer to promote games on their own network. But they do other games. They're at ND this weekend and that game is on NBC.
Gameday is not coming here for the LSU game.
Gameday isnt going to come back to College Station for a game that does not have any implications on the conference or national title race. Maybe if LSU had not lost. Florida/South Carolina and West Virginia/KSU loom that weekend.
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Here are the scenarios I see (obviously to have a night game A&M needs to win)
If South Carolina and Florida both win, then that game will be at 2:30, hands down.
If LSU beats South Carolina then I think it's really a toss up between USC/UF and A&M/LSU.
If Tennessee beats Mississippi State then it's hard not to put #1 going on the road at night, so Aggie fans need to hope Tennessee loses to MSU (if you mostly care about having a game at night, if you care about conference standings though....)
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Man... if we get stuck with an 11 am kickoff....
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2:30 pm is the best kickoff anyways. Its the CBS game and it gets the most visibility throughout the nation
Why couldn't they put the ESPN2 night game on the table for these game?
If it's 11am
Aren't those reserved for PAC 12 games now?
Totally amazing that we are discussing this subject. If we were still in that other CRAP conference we would be wondering if we would be catching the good guys playing Iowa state on fox or not....Amazing...
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I think that pretty much nails it. If Tennessee wins, we would probably be left with the early game no matter what happens with USC and LSU.
No the Georgia and Mississippi state crap games are eligible for that slot.
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