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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by RayGator, Jul 29, 2010.
Kudos and a toast to Ray for putting this thread together...
Thank you for your most gracious comments.
Believe me, it does take a lot of time and work. Hope it's beneficial to all our Gators and Friends.
Thanks! This is going to be real handy.
I also live out of state and usually buy game plan for the three scrub games a year. As of right now, FAU is on ESPNU, Uab is not on game plan, and Furman is TBA. These games may or may not be on game plan. Cablevision has a new program that lets you buy game plan for the whole day. Instead of paying $118 (early plan) for the whole year, I will just wait and see and pay for the day ($25) if the gators are on. I don't think every cable provider offers pay per day, so call yours.
Great list, thanks!
Any idea where we could watch the FAU game online?
I'm watching it on justintv and look up espnu
Does anyone know if you have Direct T.V. , if this Saturday's UAB game is televised in Orlando via the Satellite?
The UAB game is on FSS (HD or LD) on Uverse. The HD channel is 1724 in Atlanta. Just an FYI - searching for FSN will not find it through the Uverse UI.
Week #3 College Football TV Schedule
Thursday/Friday/Saturday - Sept. 15,16,17, 2011
Thanks Ray. As a minor point of accuracy (for which I should be beaten with hemp), my wife tells me that Rosh Hashanah is over at sundown on September 29th since it starts at sundown on the 28th. The game you have listed is at 8:00 p.m. and says ESPN at Pittsburgh and that is a typo; it is USF. Anyway thanks for all the work you do.
I always seem to mess that up. I have a sister-in-law who is Jewish. She just rolls her eyes when I try to ask her to get those important Hebrew Festivals dates correct.
Well, now that Tim Tebow is with the Jets we have posted theor 2012 schedule. Of course, as always, we post other NFL games of interest.
'College GameDay' headed to Texas A&M
SEC network for 9-22-2012
5th toughest schedule?
Florida has the toughest strength of schedule of any of the three big teams in the SEC East, including South Carolina and Georgia.
The Gators play five consecutive SEC teams from weeks four to eight, with LSU falling on the fourth game. During that stretch, Florida plays three of the five games on the road.
Thanks for the link, Gvngator!
I'll take this schedule over last year's.
I think our biggest challenge will be UGA this season.
SOS always works to our advantage in the rankings - as long as we keep winning, of course. :wink:
I'm optimistic and looking forward to seeing an improved offense featuring Jeff Driskel, future Heisman candidate.
Looky who skates again
NCAA ranks the 2013 SEC schedules (2012 win %)
#1 – Arkansas strength of schedule
#2 – LSU strength of schedule
#3 – Kentucky strength of schedule
#4 – Tennessee strength of schedule
#5 – Florida strength of schedule
#6 – Auburn strength of schedule
#7 – Mississippi State strength of schedule
#8 – Georgia strength of schedule
#9 – Ole Miss strength of schedule
#10 – South Carolina strength of schedule
#11 – Vanderbilt strength of schedule
#12 – Missouri strength of schedule
#13 – Texas A&M strength of schedule
#14 – Alabama strength of schedule