SEC TV news

Couple of quick points from this piece:  CBS will broadcast college football’s greatest meteor game next weekend, as it should, and it’s likely Georgia-LSU will get the 3:30 nod the following week as what should be the only matchup of top ten conference teams.

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  1. Irwin R Fletcher

    Was discussing this with a friend…Ole Miss v. Bama could sneak into the 3:30 spot if both teams are still undefeated. The networks love the Yankees and Bama is as close as it gets to that. Flip side…Bama-Mizzou and Bama-Auburn were not draws last year.

    • Dawg in Beaumont

      I’d like that to happen (since it would mean a night game here), and it’s certainly possible if both are still undefeated, but I’d still strongly predict CBS is in Athens on 9/28.

    • Ginny

      If that were to happen, would we get an ESPN night game?

  2. HahiraDawg

    The “next weekend”?

  3. uglydawg

    Well, Georgia’s played Clemson and SC…and LSU has played UAB, someone else, and now will face Kent St….I wonder if this is an advantage for Georgia…who will now have basically two weeks to prepare for LSU.

  4. Bulldog Joe

    Highest rated games this year (so far):

    1. Notre Dame at Michigan (ESPN): 8.65M viewers
    2. Georgia at Clemson (ABC): 8.14M viewers
    3. South Carolina at Georgia (ESPN): 7.04M viewers
    4. Alabama vs. Virginia Tech (ESPN): 5.16M viewers
    5. Florida at Miami (ESPN): 4.59M viewers

    • Russ

      I just don’t get Mich – ND. As the great Grizzard once said, it’s like watching two mules fight over a turnip.

      • Dog in Fla

        A unicorn, a stoner and a wolverine magically appear in a press box for the biggest game in the world as we presently know it