It isn't often that a college soccer game headlines a day's action during the weekend, but today's South Florida/West Virginia tilt has something for all.
Along with being two of the country's top teams, South Florida and West Virginia feature some of the best pro prospects in the nation, with South Florida goalkeeper Chris Blais and West Virginia centerback Eric Schoenle among the most highly-regarded prospects in college soccer.
On the European front, struggling Roma looks to change its luck against Parma, while big-spending Queens Park Rangers looks to knock off Aston Villa. In Mexico, DaMarcus Beasley looks to keep up his stellar form against Santos Laguna and familiar rival Osvaldo Sanchez.
There's just one game on the MLS slate today, and while Chicago and New England aren't really in the mix for the playoffs, the fire boast red-hot striker Dom Oduro as he looks to push himself into the Golden Boot conversation.
If you will be watching today's action, or if you want to discuss the earlier morning matches we missed, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.
Enjoy the action (Today's TV Schedule is after the jump):
TODAY'S SOCCER ON TV
11 a.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - Queens Park Rangers vs. Aston Villa
11 a.m. - FoxSoccer.tv - Brest vs. Ajaccio
11 a.m. - FoxSoccer.tv - Auxerre vs. Sochaux
11:30 a.m. - GOLTV - Werder Bremen vs. Hertha Berlin
12 p.m. - DirecTV - Granada vs. Osasuna
1 p.m. - Telemundo - Toluca vs. Morelia
1 p.m. - Azteca America/Fox Deportes - Puebla vs. Santos Laguna
2 p.m. - GOLTV - Sporting Gijon vs. Racing Santander
2:45 p.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - Parma vs. Roma
3 p.m. - Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer.tv - Stade Rennes vs. St. Etienne
3:30 p.m. - CBS Sports Network - West Virginia vs. South Florida
4 p.m. - ESPN3.com/ESPN Deportes - Real Zaragoza vs. Malaga
4 p.m. - MLS Direct Kick/MatchDay Live - Chicago Fire vs. New England Revolution
5 p.m. - Univision - America vs. Tijuana