What's On Television Today, December 31, 2010

This is a day that you'll be watching college football. Unless you, like me, are headed to the Rockets game tonight to watch them take on the Toronto Raptors. That's your only excuse. Well, that and partying. Partying is a pretty good excuse. If you aren't doing one of those things, then I'm afraid I have little choice but to card you.

Red card
Chick Fil-A Bowl -- Florida St. Seminoles vs. South Carolina Gamecocks -- ESPN, 6:30 PM -- The day of reckoning is upon Florida State, who will have to deal with Marcus Lattimore for a full game. I bet they're so disoriented by the end that they forget what year it is.
Toronto Raptors @ Houston Rockets -- Fox Sports Houston, 7 PM -- The Rockets try to avenge a loss from earlier in the year to a really, really, bad Toronto team.

Yellow card
Liberty Bowl -- UCF Knights vs. Georgia Bulldogs -- ESPN, 2:30 PM -- Otherwise known as the "scout A.J. Green bowl" to Texans fans.
Meineke Car Care Bowl -- Clemson Tigers vs. South Florida Bulls -- ESPN, 11 AM -- I hear Da'Quan Bowers can change a mean tire.

Green card
Sun Bowl -- Miami Hurricanes vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish -- CBS, 1 PM -- Whooooa Notre Dame on basic cable! Shocking!
Phoenix Coyotes @ St. Louis Blues -- Versus, 7:30 PM -- No fair picking fights with the homeless, Blues. Poor form!

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