College Football: And don't forget, today begins the Hugh Johnson Weekend Football Project. The AIM name is "DeadspinFootball". And I apologize in advance, if I don't get to reply to everyone. I have no idea how this is going to go.

Noon, ESPN. Vanderbilt @ Michigan.
Noon, ESPNU. Montana @ Iowa.
Noon, ESPN2. Hampton @ Grambling State.
1:30, CSTV. Jacksonville St. @ Furman.
3:30, ABC. Rutgers @ North Carolina, Northern Illinois @ Ohio State, Stanford @ Oregon
3:30, ESPN2. Akron @ Penn State.
3:30, ESPNU. Florida Atlantic @ Clemson.
5:30, ESPN. Cal @ Tennessee.
5:30, CSTV. East Carolina @ Navy.
7:00, TBS. UAB @ Oklahoma.
7:00, ESPNU. Virginia @ Pitt
7:45, ESPN2. Washington State @ Auburn.
8:00, ABC. Notre Dame @ Georgia Tech.
8:45, ESPN. USC @ Arkansas.
9:00, CSTV. Houston @ Rice.
10:15, TBS. BYU @ Arizona.

The rest:

11:00 am, CBS. Tennis. All. Day. Long.
2:00, Fox Soccer. Soccer. Bulgaria vs. Romania. Qualifying for Euro 2008 has started already? I haven't seen anything about it on SportsCenter.
2:00, NBC. Golf. Ryder Cup Preview. A nice little prelude to our next huge national athletic failure.
3:00, USA. PGA Golf. Deutsche Bank Championship. I'm with Deadspin reader Johnny, who wrote in to share that he can't help but calling this one the "Douchebag Championship." Particularly if Phil Mickelson wins.
3:00, ESPN. LPGA Golf. State Farm Classic, Third Round. Come on, ESPN. College football is back. You don't have to do this anymore.
3:00, NBC. Stars on Ice. Not masculine.
4:35, NBC. Beach Volleyball. AVP Cincinnati Open. Also not masculine, but in a very different way.