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Oct212005

Saturday Live Thread

You know the drill.  I'll check in from time to time and add thoughts when necessary.  Feel free to join and continue the conversation in the comments section below.

ESPN GameDay is in Austin for the Texas/Texas Tech tilt.  I'll be making a morning run to the local fish place, see what's good for the BBQ later (the shrimp are always great, same with Tilapia, Salmon (last Saturday's special, on cedar planks) and basically anything else.  What a life.

Feel free to check out the schedule and televised games list here

Games that pique my curiosity:

  • Northwestern @ Michigan State (noon, ESPN2)
  • Oregon State @ UCLA (3:30)
  • North Carolina State @ Wake Forest (3:30)
  • Baylor @ Oklahoma (7:00, FSN)
  • Washington State @ Cal (10:15, FSN)

Games sure to generate discussion:

  • Michigan @ Iowa (12:10, ABC)
  • BYU @ Notre Dame (2:30, NBC)
  • Texas Tech @ Texas (3:30, ABC)
  • Tennessee @ Alabama (3:30, CBS)
  • Auburn @ LSU (7:45 ESPN)
Big day for the SEC.

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Antone Smith had some nice runs against Duke.
October 23, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterStephen Kim

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