As October comes to a close, there is finally some semblance of a national title picture. It appears that Ohio State, Boston College, and LSU will be fighting for the two spots in the BCS Championship Game. Oklahoma, Arizona State, Kansas, Oregon, West Virginia, USC, and South Florida still have a shot, but they'll all need some help. This Saturday offers up some good games, and provides some interesting tests for many in the top ten. Also, the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party continues in Jacksonville, FL, when Georgia and Florida renew acquaintances. Technically, it's no longer supposed to be call the WLOCP, but I won't tell if you won't. Let's look at tomorrow's games by start time. Just like Saturday the Studio will be be open early and closed early.
The early games to watch (11:00 a.m. to noon kicks):
West Virginia at Rutgers (ABC/GP), Colorado at Texas Tech (ABC/GP), Michigan State at Iowa (ESPN2), Ball State at Illinois (BTN), Northwestern at Purdue (BTN), Indiana at Wisconsin (BTN), North Carolina at Wake Forest (GP), Pittsburgh at Louisville (GP), Mississippi State at Kentucky (LFS)
The afternoon games (1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. kicks):
USC at Oregon (FSN), Arizona at Washington (FSN Regional), Georgia vs. Florida (CBS), Nebraska at Texas (ABC/GP), South Florida at UConn (ABC/GP), Clemson at Maryland (ABC/GP), Minnesota at Michigan (ESPN Classic), Virginia at N.C. State (ESPNU),
The evening games: (5:00 p.m. and later kicks):
Ole Miss at Auburn (GP), UCLA at Washington State (FSN), Kansas at Texas A&M (ESPN2), South Carolina at Tennessee (ESPN), Ohio State at Penn State (ABC), Duke at Florida State (ESPNU), Cal at Arizona State (FSN)
Don't forget that ESPN will be broadcasting the Breeders' Cup races throughout the afternoon.
The crew selected last night's game between BC & Va. Tech on Wednesday's show, so Patrick Williams and Jimmy G already have a correct pick this week.
PW (20-29) - Oregon, Florida, Penn State, Arkansas, TAMU
JF (25-24) - Oregon, Florida, Penn State, Arkansas, Indiana
TL (32-17) - USC, Florida, Ohio State, Arkansas, North Carolina
JG (27-22) - USC, Georgia, Ohio State, Arkansas, Cal