There won't be a Wednesday TV game this week but starting in November there will be some TV MAC conference games starting on--- drum roll please---Tuesday. Ha. I'll skip the couple of pre Saturday TV games. Of course Wisconsin faces off with Ohio State in an early game. Ohio State is nearly impossible to beat at home. At the same time Iowa travels to Northwestern in a non caste friendly game. Iowa has my attention and I hope they continue to play their young white defenders including of course CB Riley Moss. I will be getting a local feed of the Yale-PENN game too. So I will be juggling these noon games back and forth just peeking at San Jose State and WR Bailey Gaither and Kansas State who play dreaded Oklahoma. At 3:30 PM EST Penn State is at Michigan State. Expect the Spartans to be ready and angry. Penn State is a laugh. Two of their fastest players, WR Chisena and S Hartlaub are primarily used as gunners on special teams. Nebraska is at home against Indiana and Texas is at TCU. I hope Nebraska dual threat Noah Vedral gets the call but that is still up in the air. Also playing at this time are Navy with stud safety sophomore Evan Fochtman and Iowa State who play Oklahoma State. Auburn and LSU go at it too. WR Will Hastings where are you? This is not a gimme for LSU whose defense hasn't been great this season. QB Mac Jones will get a chance to prove his worth as Bama takes on Arkansas in an early evening game. He will likely shine. Which will annoy the Tua lovers. Notre Dame squares off against Michigan in an interesting match up. And UCLA will be on the Pac 12 Network and here is hoping WR Kyle Philips continues his fine play. White on white crime game at 10:15 PM as Utah State and stud LB David Woodward faces off against Air Force ( one of my favorite teams) and RB Kade Remsberg. Future pro RB Max Borghi will be in action on ESPN at 10:30PM against Oregon. Turning the corner in what has mainly been a disappointing season but the bright spots are still there especially on defense. But I can only get so high when the white wide receiver production has been across the board poor this season. Except if you consider the IVY League, the Idaho State trio and JJ Koski of Cal Poly. And perhaps a few other small school gems. One other note. Will miss the next two Clemson games because I believe both are on the ACC Network. So no Stud Brothers. By the way Tanner Muse starts and Nolan Turner comes in off the bench but they are out there together more than a few plays too.