Grab your popcorn, beverage of choice, and don't forget your glasses.
If you are one of the people on the cutting edge of technology, then you'll be happy to know you'll have a few more chances to catch some college football action in 3D this season.
Yesterday, ESPN 3D released their slate of games that will be shown to the country in the 3D this season with four more games yet to be announced.
For Big 12 fans, you'll have a chance to catch two games in 3D (assuming you have the technology, of course), both happening on the same weekend. The first will be the Thursday night (September 8th) matchup between Oklahoma State and Arizona. That will be followed up on Saturday with the BYU - Texas game also being made available in 3D.
I'm not privy to how these games are selected, but outside of the BCS National Championship, there doesn't appear to be many games that are going to have a huge national appeal.
For the readers of this site, the Big 12 games obviously have a lot of interest, but after that you are looking at LSU - Mississippi State, USC - Cal and North Carolina - Virginia Tech. Hey, I'm not complaining, but for whatever reason it looks like they have decided to stay away from the top tier of games coming to you each weekend.
I'll also admit, outside of a few highlight clips, I've yet to see much football in 3D. I do, however, have a 3D capable phone and after staring at that for more than a few seconds, I go cross-eyed and couldn't imagine watching an entire football game on it. Obviously though, watching on a 55-inch flat screen versus my phone is probably just a slightly better experience, at least it had better be or you would find my 3D TV (if I had one to begin with) in the "previously purchased" section of your local electronics store.