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Friday, September 16, 2005

NFL on TV Bitching

The national TV schedule lists Green Bay-Cleveland as the 4:15 CBS game for Sunday. Those teams are crappy, and CBS has other options in Jets-Dolphins and Chargers-Broncos that are much mroe intriguing. Don't do this to me, CBS.

We do get two Monday night games this week, though, which should be fun. Thanks, Hurricane Katrina!

Add to that the fact that the Patriots will inevitably get bumped in DC by the Ravens game so that I get to watch journeyman QB Anthony Wright take on the porous Titans' defense--should be thrilling.

But on the good side of the ledger, again, I do get to see BC-FSU on ESPN tomorrow night. That should be good times. Can you imagine Boston College knocking of freaking Florida State? It sounds too outlandish to me that I can't really believe it will happen just yet. Hey, it's more fun than playing Temple and Rutgers, at least, so I have to approve of the ACC move so far.