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What’s Hot on TV Tonight – College Football All Over the Dial

For the first time I can remember, there is no original programming on any network during primetime, other than College Football. It’s not confined to prime time, though, as it’s all over the dial through the day.

1. College Football. Air Force at Navy. 11:00 AM CT CBS

2. College Football. Texas A&M at Arkansas. 11:00 AM CT ESPN

3. College Football. Northwestern at Illinois. 11:00 AM CT ESPN2

4. MLB Playoffs. National League Divisional Playoff between Arizona Diamondbacks and Milwaukee Brewers. 1:00 PM CT TBS

5. College Football. Auburn at South Carolina. 2:30 PM CT CBS

6. College Football. Michigan State at Ohio State. 2:30 PM CT ABC

7. NASCAR Racing: Nationwide Series. OneMain Financial 200 from Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware. 2:30 PM CT ESPN2

8. Monkeybone. Brendan Fraser at his absolute silliest, outside of George of the Jungle. 2:30 PM CT Fox

9. MLB Playoffs. National League Divisional Playoff between St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies. 4:00 PM CT TBS

10. Fool’s Gold. Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson star in this romantic comedy set in the Florida Keys. Hank Yuloff explains why you’re doing well to see it on cable, rather than at the theater in his review. 5:00 PM CT Lifetime Movie

11. MLB Playoffs. American League Divisional Playoff between Tampa Bay Rays and Texas Rangers. 6:00 PM CT TNT

12. College Football. Texas at Iowa State. 6:00 PM CT FX

13. College Football. Clemson at Virginia Tech. 6:00 PM CT ESPN2

14. DIY Nation. Short, info-taining installments from five different hit shows are distributed across four acts in a “can’t-wait-to-see-what-happens-next” format. 6:30 PM CT DIY

15. College Football. Alabama at Florida. 7:00 PM CT CBS

16. College Football. LSU at West Virginia. 7:00 PM CT ABC

17. College Football. Notre Dame at Purdue. 7:00 PM CT ESPN

18. Love’s Everlasting Courage. Irene and Lloyd Davis provide caring support to their son Clark who is devastated by the sudden death of his wife, Ellen. As Clark’s struggles mount with the threat of losing his farm to the bank, he considers sending his young daughter Missie to live with his parents. Stars Cheryl Ladd, Bruce Boxleitner, Julie Mond, Wes Brown, and Morgan Lily. 8:00 PM CT Hallmark Channel

19. Weird Al Yankovic Live! – The Alpocalypse Tour. Weird Al is back with new songs. 8:00 PM CT Comedy Central

20. Celine: 3 Boys and a New Show. A look at the career and personal life of Celine Dion. 8:00 PM CT OWN

21. Renovation Realities. A project move quickly and smoothly from start to finish – and the results are always beautiful. But somewhere between “before” and “after” there are always at least a few speed bumps – and one great story. Budgets skyrocket, tempers flare, relationships suffer. 8:00 PM CT DIY

22. Tron:: Legacy. The son of a famous vide-game developer is haunted by his dad’s disappearance, and a strange signal leads him to the arcade to find where his dad has been trapped for twenty years 8:00 PM CT Starz

23. College Football. Mississippi at Fresno State. 8:15 PM CT ESPN2

24. Prison Diaries. Three women show how they ended up in prison after what they did for love. 9:00 PM CT TLC

25. Bad Dog! A dog gives great effort to get food, a goose that bites, and a dog who always looks guilty. 9:00 PM CT Animal Planet

26. Saturday Night Live. Melissa McCarthy guest hosts and Lady Antebellum is the musical guest. 10:30 PM CT NBC