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College Football Week 6 TV Schedule: Another Saturday Without USF Football

We could... kind of get used to this?

Michigan State v Michigan Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

This is the fourth Saturday out of the last five without a USF football game. The first one was freed up by the UConn game being postponed. The next two followed weeknight games. After the Bulls played East Carolina last Saturday, today they have a bye. So once again, you have the entire day free to watch whatever floats your college football boat.

Here’s the entire schedule:


Matchup Time (ET) TV Streaming
Matchup Time (ET) TV Streaming
Wake Forest at #2 Clemson 12:00 PM ESPN2
Iowa State at #3 Oklahoma 12:00 PM FOX
#4 Penn State at Northwestern 12:00 PM ABC
#5 Georgia at Vanderbilt 12:00 PM ESPN
Ole Miss at #12 Auburn 12:00 PM SEC Network
Temple at East Carolina 12:00 PM ESPNU
Eastern Michigan at Toledo 12:00 PM CBSSN
Illinois at Iowa 12:00 PM BTN
Texas Tech at Kansas 12:00 PM FS1
Duke at Virginia 12:20 PM ACC Network
Pittsburgh at Syracuse 12:30 PM ACC Network
Central Michigan at Ohio 2:00 PM None
Bowling Green at Miami (OH) 2:30 PM None
Louisiana Monroe at Texas State 3:00 PM None
Florida Intl at Middle Tennessee 3:00 PM None
#23 West Virginia at #8 TCU 3:30 PM FS1
#13 Miami at Florida State 3:30 PM ESPN
#21 Notre Dame at North Carolina 3:30 PM ABC
LSU at #21 Florida 3:30 PM CBS
Minnesota at Purdue 3:30 PM ESPN2
New Mexico State at Appalachian State 3:30 PM None
Ball State at Akron 3:30 PM None
Air Force at Navy 3:30 PM CBSSN
Kent State at Northern Illinois 3:30 PM None
Western Michigan at Buffalo 3:30 PM None
Charleston Southern at Indiana 3:30 PM BTN
Maryland at #10 Ohio State 4:00 PM FOX
Oregon State at #14 USC 4:00 PM Pac-12 Networks
Tulsa at Tulane 4:00 PM ESPNU
Arkansas at South Carolina 4:00 PM SEC Network
Louisiana Tech at UAB 4:00 PM None
Colorado State at Utah State 4:30 PM AT&T SportsNet None
Louisiana at Idaho 5:00 PM None
Marshall at Charlotte 6:00 PM WCCB None
Florida Atlantic at Old Dominion 6:00 PM WTVZ
Army at Rice 6:30 PM beIN Sports None
Georgia State at Coastal Carolina 6:30 PM None
SMU at Houston 7:00 PM CBSSN
Kansas State at Texas 7:00 PM FS1
Southern Mississippi at UT San Antonio 7:00 PM KMYS Facebook
#1 Alabama at Texas A&M 7:15 PM ESPN
#16 Virginia Tech at Boston College 7:15 PM ESPN2
Michigan State at #7 Michigan 7:30 PM ABC
Missouri at Kentucky 7:30 PM SEC Network
Fresno State at San José State 7:30 PM None
#9 Wisconsin at Nebraska 8:00 PM BTN
#11 Washington State at Oregon 8:00 PM FOX
#25 UCF at Cincinnati 8:00 PM ESPNU
Western Kentucky at UTEP 8:00 PM None
Arizona at Colorado 8:00 PM Pac-12 Networks
Stanford at #20 Utah 10:15 PM FS1
Hawai'i at Nevada 10:30 PM CBSSN
California at #6 Washington 10:45 PM ESPN
#19 San Diego State at UNLV 10:45 PM ESPN2

12:00 p.m.

Seriously, these noon games are crap. I don’t think I want to watch any of them. Turn off this song and go outside. Or run some errands. Or go to McDonald’s and get your one-day-only szechuan sauce. Just remember that despite this gift to us all, Rick Sanchez is an angry asshole, he’s not the hero of the show, and you should not want to be like him at all.

3:30 p.m.: Now we’re getting somewhere. West Virginia-TCU is the only matchup between two ranked teams this week, so that’s a good place to start. (I will not be attending College Gameday because I like sleeping past 6:00 a.m. on Saturday.) Miami-Florida State is always a good choice. Or you could watch LSU-Florida if you hate yourself.

7:00 p.m.: I might go for SMU-Houston to see if the Mustangs can execute another #HTownTakeover. Kansas State-Texas might be fun, but Michigan-Michigan State just leaves me cold. Or you could watch Alabama-Texas A&M if you really hate yourself.

8:00 p.m.: It’s a shame Oregon doesn’t have anyone to play quarterback because their game against Washington State at Autzen could have been a banger. It might still be, though.

10:30 p.m.: #Pac12AfterDark looks like a mixed bag. Stanford-Utah could be good, but there’s no way California stays anywhere near Washington. So instead, you can watch San Diego State-UNLV and get your hopes up for an Aztecs loss again, only to have them dashed again.