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Maryland-N.C. State kickoff time to be announced Sunday

By Eric Prisbell

There are too many moving parts to figure out the importance of the Maryland-N.C. State game right now, so ESPN/ABC has invoked the six-day option.

The game will be played either at noon, 3:30 p.m. or 7 p.m.

We'll find out Sunday at noon.

By Eric Prisbell  | November 15, 2010; 1:10 PM ET
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From a strictly selfish standpoint, I would prefer a noon game because the sun will (hopefully) be out the whole time, making the game-day experience more comfortable. Of course, I suspect they'll only play at noon if they lose to Florida State so I guess I really prefer one of the later times.

Posted by: gburggal | November 15, 2010 1:40 PM | Report abuse

This 6-day window nonsense is ridiculous. How is a school expected to fill a stadium when they can't even tell fans the previous game what time the next game will be, especially when it could be three times scattered throughout the day.

Posted by: Russtinator | November 15, 2010 3:22 PM | Report abuse

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