Unless Florida-Georgia floats your boat ( I doubt it) there aren't any meaningful games between the top 5/6 teams this week. Most of the big players have the week off but Clemson will be in action against mighty Wofford on the ACC Network. Good grief call the ambulance units. I spoke with Comcast recently and I got the impression that they have little interest in picking up the ACC Network which is an ESPN outlet. I wonder when basketball comes around will people miss out on NC and Duke games? As is Clemson appears to be the only big draw for ACC football these days but it just seems that Comcast and perhaps other big cable companies ( does Cox carry it?) aren't interested in forking out more money to ESPN with their exorbitant asking prices. Tonight's college game ( Baylor-West Virginia) holds little interest for me especially now that Baylor's ace LB Clay Johnston is out with an ACL tear. I will drift towards the NFL Cards-49ers match up and peek in on some NBA action. Friday Navy plays UCONN and Navy junior safety Evan Fochtman has been tremendous this season. Princeton will be on tap for the ESPNU game but it starts early (6:00 EST). Princeton like Yale and Harvard has some excellent white skill players on offense. The Ivy League is loaded with good to great white wide receivers. Hard to accurately place the Ivy League in terms of comparisons with FBS schools but I would guess it is somewhere between low and mid majors. The MAC is a typical mid major but I would argue that most of the white skill players in the Ivy League at WR and RB are MAC level talents to me and since there are plenty of MAC players in the NFL it is yet another sore spot when you consider so many Ivy League wide receivers are not drafted. In other words most of the top tier talent in the Ivy League resides at WR. It is in other areas like depth where they are dropped a notch. Michigan plays an early game at Maryland so it will be interesting to see if they can build on the momentum of their destruction of ND last week? Like to see Kansas State lay a whooping on caste Kansas which will be on FS1. Can't miss Air Force will be another late afternoon game on CBSSN. Northwestern might have QB Hunter Johnson starting and Ole Miss and hopefully QB Plumlee will be on TV at 7:00 EST. Cincinnati plays East Carolina in a game with a few white wide receivers of note. Speaking of which UCLA and WR Kyle Philips is at home at 9:00 on the Pac 12 Network. Later Utah State and LB Woodward host BYU on ESPN and WR Bailey Gaither of San Jose State play on CBSSN against Boise State. Kind of a pause type of week when it comes to the final four and playoff implications but there is enough out there to at least keep me engaged.