By David Knox
I certainly hate to complain, especially when it comes to college football on TV, but this is one of those difficult days for SEC fans.
Three games kick off in the early window — Georgia-Vanderbilt, South Carolina-Tennessee and Florida-Missouri. I can click back and forth on two channels, but three’s tough. Maybe the upcoming SEC Network can add an “SEC Red Zone ” channel like the NFL and ESPN have to switch from game to game to show when teams score?
At 2:30, you get Auburn-Texas A&M all by itself, so that’s a good thing. But at 6 we get Arkansas-Alabama (I know most of you will lock in there) but LSU at Ole Miss — also at 6 — is intriguing for Tide fans, and others, too. And God forbid you’d want to check out the top national game of the day, FSU at Clemson at 7 p.m., which features Hueytown grad Jameis Winston. Heck, if he has a huge game in a win, is this his Heisman moment?
If your tastes run to Alabama small college ball, you also have Miles, on BRC 6.2 (Bounce) and North Alabama hosts Texas A&M-Kingsville, a game scheduled to be seen on ESPN GamePlan and Alabama Cable Network.
But it’s hard to whine about too much football. Happy watching, and be sure to ice that remote-control thumb after the games.