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Week 3 College Football TV Viewing Guide

USF already has a big, reassuring win in the bank. You can watch the rest of this week’s college football slate stress free. Enjoy!

Errict Rhett

It’s always fun to go into college football Saturday when your favorite team already got their win on the board. Especially the way USF did it last night — big and convincing. Now we can all kick back and gorge on the rest of this week’s TV schedule. Here’s what we have to choose from.


Matchup Time (ET) TV Streaming
Matchup Time (ET) TV Streaming
Air Force at #7 Michigan 12:00:00 PM BTN
#9 Oklahoma State at Pittsburgh 12:00 PM ESPN
#25 UCLA at Memphis 12:00 PM ABC
Northern Illinois at Nebraska 12:00 PM FS1
Louisiana at Texas A&M 12:00 PM SEC Network
Kansas at Ohio 12:00 PM ESPN
Delaware State at West Virginia 12:00 PM AT&T SportsNet None
Iowa State at Akron 12:00 PM CBSSN
Connecticut at Virginia 12:00 PM ESPN2
Furman at NC State 12:20 PM ACC Network
Baylor at Duke 12:30 PM ACC Network
Coastal Carolina at UAB 1:00 PM Raycom
Northern Colorado at Colorado 2:00 PM Pac-12 Networks
Utah State at Wake Forest 3:00 PM ACC Network
Tennessee Tech at Ball State 3:00 PM None
#10 Wisconsin at BYU 3:30 PM ABC
#16 Virginia Tech at East Carolina 3:30 PM CBSSN
SMU at #20 TCU 3:30 PM ESPNU
#23 Tennessee at #24 Florida 3:30 PM CBS
Central Michigan at Syracuse 3:30 PM ACC Network
North Carolina at Old Dominion 3:30 PM None
Notre Dame at Boston College 3:30 PM ESPN
Morgan State at Rutgers 3:30 PM BTN
Middle Tennessee at Minnesota 3:30 PM BTN
North Texas at Iowa 3:30 PM ESPN
Mercer at #15 Auburn 4:00 PM SEC Network
Purdue at Missouri 4:00 PM SEC Network
Army at #8 Ohio State 4:30 PM FOX
Oregon State at #21 Washington State 5:30 PM Pac-12 Networks
Tulane at #2 Oklahoma 6:00 PM PPV
North Carolina A&T at Charlotte 6:00 PM WCCB
Colgate at Buffalo 6:00 PM None
Bethune-Cookman at Florida Atlantic 6:30 PM beIN None
Kent State at Marshall 6:30 PM None
Colorado State at #1 Alabama 7:00 PM ESPN2
#12 LSU at Mississippi State 7:00 PM ESPN
Southern Mississippi at Louisiana Monroe 7:00 PM None
Southern at UT San Antonio 7:00 PM KCWX
Louisiana Tech at Western Kentucky 7:00 PM None
Oregon at Wyoming 7:00 PM CBSSN
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Arkansas State 7:00 PM None
Idaho at Western Michigan 7:00 PM None
Alabama A&M at South Alabama 7:00 PM None
Tulsa at Toledo 7:00 PM None
Appalachian State at Texas State 7:00 PM None
Idaho State at Nevada 7:00 PM AT&T SportsNet None
Georgia State at #5 Penn State 7:30 PM BTN
Samford at #13 Georgia 7:30 PM SEC Network
#18 Kansas State at Vanderbilt 7:30 PM ESPNU
Kentucky at South Carolina 7:30 PM SEC Network
Bowling Green at Northwestern 7:30 PM BTN
#3 Clemson at #14 Louisville 8:00 PM ABC
Rice at Houston 8:00 PM None
Troy at New Mexico State 8:00 PM None
Cincinnati at Miami (OH) 8:00 PM None
Arizona State at Texas Tech 8:00 PM FSN
Texas at #4 USC 8:30 PM FOX
Fresno State at #6 Washington 9:30 PM Pac-12 Networks
San José State at Utah 10:00 PM ESPN2
#19 Stanford at San Diego State 10:30 PM CBSSN
Ole Miss at California 10:30 PM ESPN

Let’s decide what we’re watching today:

12:00 p.m. UCLA travels to Memphis in a BODY CLOCKS SPECIAL. Big game for the American. I’m not going to lie, this game was way more interesting when it seemed like Jim Mora was definitely getting fired. Oklahoma State at Pitt could be good, too. Don’t sleep on Pitt as the new Chaos Team.

3:30 p.m. It’s the Loser Leaves Town matchup between Tennessee and Florida in the Swamp. The Gators looked wretched the last time we saw them in action, against Michigan. Meanwhile, Butch Jones appears to literally be back on his bullshit following that semi-bogus win over Georgia Tech. SMU-TCU could get weird, too, and I’m not just talking about the rich middle-aged alums skeeving on the coeds.

7:00 p.m. I gotta get CBS Sports Network somehow. I really want to watch Everyone’s Second Favorite Team wreck shop in Laramie. Texas-USC will also be interesting to see how many loudmouth UT boosters want Tom Herman fired for losing that game.

Sneaky interesting game -- EcoKat at Vanderbilt. It’s always fun when Bill Snyder’s SAWFT non-conference scheduling backfires and he actually has to go up against a decent team.

8:00 p.m. By far the best game of the weekend is Louisville hosting Clemson. The Cards should have the advantage here, but by stupidly declaring this game a blackout, they are doomed to fail.

10:30 p.m. Ole Miss-California will be much more interesting at the tailgate than in the stadium. Instead, I suggest Stanford-San Diego State, which is going to be a lot better than you think.