For those of you wondering why it's not more, well, there's exhibition football to be shown, plus three hours of preview for a football game that won't take place til Monday, plus a re-run of a 30 For 30 movie.
I can at least tolerate the FCS title game on ESPN2, and I can even understand why the high school basketball game is on after that, too.
In any case, the full schedule of games with a national broadcast is listed below, with all times Central as usual. Seven ranked teams are included in the list, although none of them are playing each other. As always, if you find something interesting on a local broadcast, be sure to share it in the comments section!
11am: Nebraska at #3 Ohio State, Big Ten Network
11am: Cincinnati at #18 Memphis, ESPN2
12pm: St. John's at Georgetown, Fox Sports 1
1pm: #5 Michigan State at Indiana, CBS
1pm: #17 Connecticut at SMU, ESPNU
1pm: DePaul at Marquette, CBS Sports Network
1pm: Cornell at St. Bonaventure, NBC Sports Network
1:15pm: Penn State at Illinois, Big Ten Network
2pm: Creighton at Seton Hall, Fox Sports 1
3pm: #6 Oklahoma State at Kansas State, ESPNU
3pm #7 Duke at Notre Dame, CBS
3pm: Temple at UCF, ESPN News
3pm: Houston at South Florida, CBS Sports Network
4pm: Virginia at Florida State, ESPN2
4:30pm: Yale at Saint Louis, NBC Sports Network
5pm: #14 Louisville at Rutgers, CBS Sports Network
5:05pm: Colorado State at New Mexico, ESPNU
7pm: Harvard at Rice, CBS Sports Network
7pm: Indiana State at Evansville, ESPNU