College Football Week 11 Watch Guide
It’s hard to believe it’s already college football week 11. Last week was a real banger as far as matchups go, and this week keeps the intensity at a high. Let’s dive into the biggest matchups of the day that is to come.
College football week 11: the early slate
First Screen: 3 Michigan @ 10 Penn State (12 PM ET/11 AM CT, FOX)
Something is signaling to me that the Nittany Lions have a shot at stealing one away here. Michigan has been one of the top stories in the sport lately, but they may be a stallion who’s about to run out of steam down the stretch.
Second Screen: 8 Alabama @ Kentucky (12 PM ET/11 AM CT, ESPN)
If I were in a better mood, I might try to convince you that this game will be close at all, but it will in all likelihood be roughly 38-0 at halftime. But then again… maybe it won’t be! Sorry, that’s all I can muster. Watch this one. Or don’t.
College football week 11: the afternoon slate
First Screen: 13 Tennessee @ 14 Missouri (3:30 ET/2:30 CT, CBS)
Mizzou has been pretty solid this year, but a signature win has thus far evaded the Tigers. Tennessee rolls into town with a solid ranking and good defense, but an offense that can be stymied. This is one of the more fascinating matchups of the day.
Second Screen: Miami @ 4 Florida State (3:30 ET/2:30 CT, ABC)
This one was shaping up to be a lot better before Mario Cristobal forgot what knees were. Or something to that effect; I’m not quite sure on the details. I don’t get ACC Network. Anyway this will inevitably be way closer than it should be until Andres Borregales misses a kick or something.
College football week 11: the evening slate
First Screen: Mississippi State @ Texas A&M (7:30 ET/6:30 CT, ESPN2)
Looking like we have a true Sicko Special shaping up in this one, folks. Tune in to see some third string quarterbacks face off against each other deep in the heart of Texas! Only real fans can appreciate such art.
Second Screen: 9 Ole Miss @ 2 Georgia (7 ET/6 CT, ESPN)
If you are of a cruder sort, I suppose you may want to watch an actual top-10 matchup. There’s no accounting for taste, I guess. But there is accounting for points, and Ole Miss will be lucky to score more than 20 against the Bulldogs.