College Football Week 10: The Ultimate Television Viewing Guide, Nov. 4-6

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College Football Week 10: The Ultimate Television Viewing Guide, Nov. 4-6
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Welcome back to another week of college football as we take a look at the games that are television this week!

Can anyone guess what is being said between Oregon's head coach, Chip Kelly, and their mascot?

Maybe something to the likes of,

Duck: "Hey Chip can you please stop scoring touchdowns!" 

Chip: "How about we use your head as one of our plays?" Or "On our next board we are just going to show a picture of you doing push-ups to let the opposing defense know we are going to score on this play and you cannot stop us."

Really can anyone stop the Oregon Ducks machine that is their offense? USC's defensive coordinator, Monte Kiffin, spent the majority of his coaching career in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and created one of the best defensives in the NFL. Hell that defense even won a Super Bowl with Brad freakin' Johnson as their quarterback! Even he could not stop this offense.

Lastly, any offense that uses pictures to "dumb it down" so to say for his offense is awesome. It is more entertaining anyway to see a giant picture of Lee Corso or the Groundhog from Caddyshack; instead of seeing their quarterback stare at his wrist.

This week we have a slew of great games to watch. Click through the slides to see if your team plays on cable this week and what time it will be on.

Side note to all of you non-BCS fans; yes, I know Utah plays at TCU this week. Yes, I know it should be on ESPN, ABC, Versus or whatever. I go by what is listed at ESPN.com. So before there are 50 comments about why Utah at TCU is not listed and why this is the worst article ever in the history of the Internet, well, now you know why.

Thank you and happy reading!

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