Heath's Remote - Week 3

It's not often that a game with a four touchdown favorite takes center stage in the college football world, but that's what Tennessee's visit to Florida will do this week. ESPN's Gameday show won't be in Gainesville thanks to the Volunteers losing to UCLA, but no game will be more discussed no matter what happens this weekend than the one at The Swamp.

CBS has the action beginning at 3:30. Here's the rest of your ideal college football viewing strategy for this Saturday.

For the third week in a row there's not a ton of great games in the noon window but there are a few worth your attention. On ESPNU, Louisville visits Kentucky for their in-state rivalry matchup. With the Wildcats next up on Florida's schedule, that's probably the best option for Gator fans. Cal at Minnesota on ESPN could be interesting - last year Cal lost to a bad Maryland team in a similar situation with an early kickoff after heading east. Boston College is at Clemson on Raycom's ACC package. The Eagles have had success against Clemson since joining the conference, winning three of four between the schools, but don't appear to have enough athletes to expect a road win.

All eyes should be on Tennessee and UF at 3:30, but if you have a spare set you might want to tune in Michigan State at Notre Dame on NBC. The Spartans haven't lost in South Bend since 1993, and the pressure is on Charlie Weis in a big way to change that. Nebraska at Virginia Tech on ABC features two teams with something to prove. VT gets another crack at a ranked team after falling short against Alabama. As for the Cornhuskers, they haven't beaten a ranked team on the road since the Tom Osborne era ended.

Once the Gators and Vols wrap up, there're more interesting games available for your viewing pleasure. Cincinnati visits Oregon State beginning at 6:45 on FSN. The Bearcats have put up a lot of points and are playing for Big East pride against a good Pac-10 team in Oregon State. FSU is on the road in Provo against BYU starting at 7. The game is on Versus, which could make it tricky for lots of fans to find it. The network is currently not even available on Direct because of a financial dispute.

Two excellent SEC games should get your attention beginning at 7:45. Georgia heads to Arkansas on ESPN hoping to build off their win against South Carolina, but Bobby Petrino has acknowledged his staff has been preparing for the Bulldogs for weeks since they're the first D-1 team on the schedule. West Virginia visits Auburn on ESPN2 trying to rein in the Tigers recent binge of successfully running the ball. At 8, Texas Tech visits Austin in a rematch of last year's classic on ABC.

There's almost nothing available in the late night hours, and what football is in on TV isn't very good. If you have to watch one more game, check out Hawaii at UNLV beginning at 11 on CBS College Sports. James Bates has the call of the game, and the two teams should at least be displaying an entertaining style to watch.

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