The college football TV schedule 2010 was crowded last week. But for the college football TV schedule 2010 in Week 3, college football doesn’t have a schedule of big games. Of course, last week’s top 25 showdowns didn’t turn out to much, as Ohio State, Alabama and Oklahoma won easily. Today, the only battle between top 20 teams doesn’t take place until 10:30 pm. Still, the college football TV schedule 2010 for Week 3 does have CBS getting into things for the first time.
For the first two Saturdays, ABC, ESPN, NBC, ESPN 2 and the other cable channels broadcast all the games. CBS, the official home of the SEC, has its first broadcast at 3:30 pm today. Florida, which has not looked impressive in two straight wins, visits a Tennessee team that was destroyed by Oregon in the second half last week.
Beforehand, the college football TV schedule 2010 on Week 3 has a few major teams. At noon, Arkansas will kick off the ESPN slate, visiting a Georgia team trying to rebound from last week’s loss at South Carolina. Penn State is also looking to bounce back against Kent State on ESPN 2, with Maryland visiting West Virginia on ESPN U. Ohio State looks to stay on track against Ohio on the Big Ten Network.
At 3:30, the Florida-Tennessee matchup on CBS is aired alongside a few other games that look one-sided. Nebraska visits Washington on ABC, with USC going to Minnesota on ESPN, and Wisconsin hosting Arizona State on ESPN 2. After the college football schedule 2010 had games like Miami-Ohio State, Florida State-Oklahoma, and Michigan-Notre Dame on at 3:30 last week, things look less daunting this afternoon.
The night time part of the college football schedule 2010 on Week 3 has a bit more intrigue. ESPN’s prime time matchup pits two sets of Tigers together, in Clemson and Auburn at 7 pm. ABC’s 8 pm matchup has Notre Dame trying to recover from last week’s Michigan loss, as they go to Michigan State. ESPN 2 has Texas visiting Texas Tech for the first time since their 2008 classic.
Those who stay up will get to see the biggest top 25 showdown of the day, as Iowa goes to visit Arizona at 10:30 pm on ESPN. The Hawkeyes and Wildcats are trying to take the next step in their conference, with the winner aiming to become a national sleeper later. On ESPN 2, another ranked Pac-10 team, Stanford, hosts Wake Forest at 11:30.
There is little hype surrounding the college football TV schedule 2010 in Week 3 – which probably means that, unlike last week, someone will get upset. If there are some unexpected thrills, they should be easy to follow along on television.
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