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Discussion in 'Football' started by chuckd4735, Nov 8, 2011.
According to Jon Walters...
Lets hope for FSN. Everytime we upset someone it is always on FSN.
Football Time Changes Announced For November 26 - Big 12 Conference - Official Athletic Site
Sucks, it was going to be on FX at 7pm.
Nooooo! Too early!
Kansas/Mizzou was supposed to be an 11AM kick on FSN, and Baylor/Tech was supposed to be a 2:30 kick on FSN, with the ISU/OU game being a 7PM kick on FSN. Now, ISU/OU will be 11 AM on FSN or FX, KU/Mizzou will be 2:30 on FSN, and Baylor/Tech will be 6 PM on FSN.
Kind of an odd change that does not make sense.
It would seem to suggest that FOX thinks the ISU/OU game will be a blowout. It might have helped if ISU could have done better than 10-3 against KU.
I am going to the OU game and this change has just really screwed up family travel plans...
If it changed to 11:00 it'll be on FSN. Dammit.
First time a road game has been on tv and early this season. Kinda sucks...
FX had the 11:00 game on Oct. 15, Oct. 22, Oct. 29, Nov. 5 and Nov. 12.
What other teams could FX possibly pick up that week?
11 AM on FSN is money for Paul Rhoads.
Less people watching that bloodbath the better. Norman is a house of horrors for the ISU football program. I'll be impressed if we actually score this year.
Also posted on the Big XII FB page
Big 12 Conference
Football game time changes for Nov. 26 - ISU at OU (11am, FX or FSN); MU vs KU (2:30, FSN); TTU vs BU (6pm, FSN
Right there with ya. Having a night game was going to make this easier to get to. Might have to rethink things now.
This. I'm all for exposure. But It's not like we're hardly on TV anymore and getting our ***** smoked in Norman for a national audience doesn't do much for me.
Well a positive is it wont be on the same time as the mens basketball game that night, I wish they would make the KSU gametime change so it wouldnt be on the same time as the Michigan bb game
It doesn't suck. We can now avoid being humiliated in primetime.
What if we win though?
People will hear about it all during the afternoon and primetime games?