Looking over this week's college football schedule, there are several compelling matchups. In fact, there are four games between ranked teams.
#22 Florida at #14 Missouri
#24 Auburn at #7 Texas A&M
#9 UCLA at #13 Stanford
#5 Florida State at #3 Clemson
Of those four matchups, three will be broadcast on national television. Auburn/A&M play at 3:30 on CBS, UCLA/Stanford at the same time on ABC/ESPN2, and FSU/Clemson is the ABC Saturday primetime game.
But what about the fourth? Florida playing at SEC East leader Missouri coming off their biggest conference victory at Georgia. Well, it's being relegated to ESPN3 and ESPN Gameplan at noon.
The SEC regional TV game goes to a good portion of the country, and many may be able to watch on ESPN3 or Gameplan, but it's not the same as a national telecast on ESPN. How could a Top 25 matchup be off the radar this late in the season?