The college football TV schedule 2010 is largely over. In fact, today’s college football TV schedule 2010 is the most sparse since the beginning of the season. Usually, there would be no games on at all this afternoon, but they moved the annual Army-Navy game back a week this year. That is the only FBS matchup on tap, although the FCS playoffs are still available to watch. But other than that, it is a very quiet college football TV schedule today, though it will resume with the start of bowl season next Saturday.
Right now, all but two FBS teams are resting for their bowl games, with many having exhausted themselves in conference title games last Saturday. Both Navy and Army are bowl teams for the first time in years, yet their annual battle means a lot more to them.
At 2:30 pm est on CBS, the college football TV schedule 2010 holds its last regular season game for FBS teams. The Army-Navy game has the showcase all to itself in Philadelphia, as the Midshipmen look to get yet another blowout over the Black Knights.
For those who are fans of the FCS, and their playoff system, they get to see some action as will. ESPN is airing Villanova vs Appalachian State right now, as the headline matchup of the quarterfinal round. But it is the only game airing nationally for free, as ESPN pay-per-view airs Georgia Southern vs Wofford at 2 pm, and North Dakota State vs Eastern Washington at 3:30.
In terms of games, the college football TV schedule ends then and there. But of course, the few games today serve as the undercard to the sport’s biggest annual ceremony. The Heisman Trophy will be presented to Cam Newton on ESPN tonight, with the ceremony starting at 8 pm. Then at 9, fans can watch ESPN’s “30 For 30” documentary on the downfall of SMU in the 1980’s.
After the Heisman is given out, the focus will be fully set on bowl season, which fittingly starts next Saturday. ESPN will carry a tripleheader that day, featuring the New Mexico, Humanitarian and New Orleans Bowl. But the next Saturday will be the first one of the season with no games, since it is Christmas Day.
Although there is some action this afternoon, today’s college football TV schedule 2010 is the first Saturday in months with little to watch. After non-stop, jam packed weekends since August, fans will have to find other things to do on Saturdays soon. But once bowl season begins, they will get to enjoy action on days other than Saturdays, however.
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