What to Watch: 11/29 - 12/05
12:00 PM - WUTR - College Football. Rutgers Scarlet Knights @ #24 West Virginia Mountaineers. It'll be a Big East battle as Rutgers hits the road to take on a 24th ranked West Virginia team. West Virginia finishes it's surprising season with a home game against the last place team in the Big East and with a chance to win or to share the Big East title. To claim sole possesion of first, the Mountaineers need a victoryon Saturday and a loss from UConn in their game against South Florida (8pm - ESPN2).
3:30 PM - WUTR - College Football. #2 Oregon Ducks @ Oregon State Beavers. The 114th edition of the Civil War game won't decide the fate of the country, but it will decide the fate of Oregon and it's National Championship hopes. With a win over their Pac-10 and cross-state rival Oregon State, #2 Oregon will be in line to play in the National Championship game. A loss, however would almost certainly knock the Ducks out of College football's biggest game.
8:00 PM - WUTR - College Football. #9 Oklahoma Sooners @ #13 Nebraska Cornhuskers - Big 12 Champsionship Game. Next season Nebraska moves to the Big 10 but Saturday night they get one more chance to win the Big 12 championship. To win the championship they'll have to beat an Oklahoma team coming off of a huge victory over Oklahoma State last week.
1:00 PM - WFXV - NFL on Fox. Washington Redskins @ New York Giants. The Giants are tied atop the NFC East and will look to put some distance between themselves and visiting NFC East foe the Washington Redskins. The G-men have always had issues with Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb and hope to change that trend on Sunday.
4:00 PM - WFXV - NFL on Fox. Dallas Cowboys @ Indianapolis Colts. Two teams having less than stellar seasons look for redemption in game 2 of the Fox doubleheader. The Cowboys won two straight before narrowly losing to the Saints last week on Thanksgiving Day. The Colts meanwhile have lost two straight including a 36-14 beatdown last week at the hands of the Chargers in a game in which Peyton Manning threw 4 interceptions.