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College Football Week 11 TV Viewing Schedule: It’s moving day

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Several huge matchups today will have a massive impact on the College Football Playoff.

TCU v Oklahoma Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

USF has picked a nice week to have a bye if you’re a college football fan. There are terrific and pivotally important matchups all day long, so load up on food and have a seat for the next 12 hours.

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Matchup Time (ET) TV Streaming
Matchup Time (ET) TV Streaming
#12 Michigan State at #13 Ohio State 12:00 PM FOX FoxSportsGo.com
Rutgers at #14 Penn State 12:00 PM BTN BTN2Go.com
#15 Oklahoma State at #21 Iowa State 12:00 PM ABC/ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
Connecticut at #18 UCF 12:00 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
#23 NC State at Boston College 12:00 PM ABC/ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
Arkansas at #24 LSU 12:00 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
Duke at Army 12:00 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
Texas Tech vs Baylor 12:00 PM FSN FoxSportsGo.com
Louisiana at Ole Miss 12:00 PM SEC Network WatchESPN.com
Florida at South Carolina 12:00 PM CBS CBSSports.com
Indiana at Illinois 12:00 PM BTN BTN2Go.com
Nebraska at Minnesota 12:00 PM FS1 FoxSportsGo.com
#17 Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech 12:20 PM ACC Network WatchESPN.com
Middle Tennessee at Charlotte 2:00 PM None WatchESPN.com
Wake Forest at Syracuse 3:00 PM ACC Network WatchESPN.com
#1 Georgia at #10 Auburn 3:30 PM CBS CBSSports.com
Florida State at #4 Clemson 3:30 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
#20 Iowa at #8 Wisconsin 3:30 PM ABC WatchESPN.com
Virginia at Louisville 3:30 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
Michigan at Maryland 3:30 PM BTN BTN2Go.com
West Virginia at Kansas State 3:30 PM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
SMU at Navy 3:30 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
Florida Atlantic at Louisiana Tech 3:30 PM Stadium WatchStadium.com
Southern Mississippi at Rice 3:30 PM None CUSA.tv
#11 USC at Colorado 4:00 PM FOX FoxSportsGo.com
Maine vs UMass 4:00 PM NESNPlus/Eleven UMass.com
Georgia State at Texas State 4:00 PM None WatchESPN.com
San Jose State at Nevada 4:00 PM None WatchESPN.com
Kentucky at Vanderbilt 4:00 PM SEC Network WatchESPN.com
Troy at Coastal Carolina 4:30 PM None WatchESPN.com
Arkansas State at South Alabama 5:00 PM None WatchESPN.com
UTEP at North Texas 5:00 PM None WatchESPN.com
#19 Washington State at Utah 5:30 PM Pac-12 Networks Pac-12.com
Kansas at Texas 6:00 PM Longhorn Network WatchESPN.com
Western Kentucky at Marshall 6:30 PM beIN None
#2 Alabama at #16 Mississippi State 7:00 PM ESPN WatchESPN.com
Purdue at #25 Northwestern 7:00 PM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
UAB at UT San Antonio 7:00 PM KCWX CUSA.tv
Tulane at East Carolina 7:00 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
New Mexico at Texas A&M 7:00 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
Old Dominion at Florida Intl 7:00 PM None CUSA.tv
Tennessee at Missouri 7:30 PM SEC Network WatchESPN.com
#3 Notre Dame at #7 Miami 8:00 PM ABC WatchESPN.com
#6 TCU at #5 Oklahoma 8:00 PM FOX FoxSportsGo.com
Arizona State at UCLA 9:30 PM Pac-12 Networks Pac-12.com
Oregon State at Arizona 10:00 PM ESPN2 WatchESPN.com
Wyoming at Air Force 10:15 PM ESPNU WatchESPN.com
Boise State at Colorado State 10:30 PM CBSSN CBSSports.com
Fresno State at Hawai'i 11:00 PM Spectrum Sports/KSEE None

Noon: A couple of New Year’s Six elimination games going down. Michigan State and Ohio State battle for the lead in the Big Ten East, while Oklahoma State and Iowa State fight to stay tied for the lead in the Big XII with whoever wins tonight’s Oklahoma-TCU game. And if all that doesn’t hold your attention, the battle formerly known as the Civil ConFLiCT kicks off in Orlando with C. a mere 39-point favorite over UConn.

3:30 p.m.: Georgia and Auburn get their stiffest tests of the season — each other. Certainly nothing strange will happen in this game. Meanwhile, Wisconsin finally plays someone as they welcome Iowa to Madison. I am openly rooting for the Hawkeyes, like many of you I presume.

7:00 p.m.: Do not watch Alabama-Mississippi State. You know what’s going to happen.

8:00 p.m.: Ohhhhh man. They should have figured out a way to rebuild the Orange Bowl to play this Miami-Notre Dame game. Having them play it at Hard Rock Stadium is going to feel wrong. You can also watch TCU visit Oklahoma. It was a Horned Frogs win in 2005 that I think really started TCU on the path it’s followed the last 12 years from a solid mid-major to a national title contender in a power conference. If they win tonight, it may just kick them up into the top four.