This looks to be a big weekend. Several top teams going against each other. I like nothing better than to watch wall to wall college football on Saturday's sucking down a few beers in the process. Since Comcast and the ACC network haven't reached a deal this will be my first chance to watch Wake Forest and RB Cade Carney tonight against Rice who I believe features a white CB in Andrew Bird. Also first glimpse at Clemson who will be up against Texas A &M who they struggled with last season. But this game is at Clemson. Can't wait to see the great S tandem of Muse and Turner disrupt things. A& M is very caste. Oddly they have a lot of white players buried below the two deep and a lot of them play taboo positions. But what difference does it make if they never see the field? Auburn's speedy WR Will Hastings was banged up and missed the second half last week. I wondered where he was. But he will be ready to go against Tulane on ESPN2 Saturday night. Perhaps I am most looking forward to seeing Texas WR freshman Jake Smith as they go up against LSU in a huge matchup. Too bad these teams are caste laden but Texas QB Ehlinger described Smith's speed and quickness as off the charts. My understanding is Texas lost a key RB to injury and they are short on depth. Don't be surprised if they don't put in some run packages for Smith. Prime time night game on ABC at Texas. BYU plays at Tennessee at night too and that will be on ESPN. As usual I will be feasting on a lot of early Big Ten games with Iowa, Ohio State and Michigan who plays Army. QB Shea Patterson has dynamic talent. I love watching him play. Downer department.? The Pac 12. Most all the teams are too caste for me. Nothing of interest in general. Which in my case is no great loss since some games come on way too late. However RB Max Borghi of Washington State is must watch TV.