College Football Schedule Week 7: Start times, and TV Coverages
In the Big Ten Conference, three undefeated teams left will have to survive for another weak to maintain a momentous season start. Michigan Wolverines vs Michigan State Spartans showdown provides us another chance why the Wolverines have the chance of being the darkhorse to come out of the conference.
Disgruntled Ohio State Buckeyes vs Illinois (6-0) will be yet another interesting game because of the Illini’s amazing start. Illinois has the offensive attack that any team desire to have to win game. If the Illini will come out as a victor, then the race is set for the Big Ten title.
No 4 Wisconsin Badgers vs Indiana will be a lopsided game for the Badgers as they continue to stay on top of the Big 10 Conference. A clean record will absolutely bring them into national title consideration.
Purdue vs Penn State is a game to watch because Penn State can be back in the top 25 if they will prevail. Penn State’s only loss came from Alabama early in the season. Penn State is a team that can have Big Ten title if they can keep the momentum higher.
The Southeasthern Conference is filled with dynamic teams with speed and athleticism. In the last five years, the BCS title champions came from the SEC. Two teams currently occupied the top two teams in the nation, No 1 LSU and No 2 Alabama.
LSU Tigers face Tennessee in today’s game. The Tigers defense will be in play against the shallow offense of the Volunteers. It widely known that LSU’s mounted defense is capable of stifling any kind of offense.
Meanwhile, Alabama Crimson Tide meet Mississippi Rebels in one of the games that the nation will want to see because of the Crimson Tide’s national title implication.
No 24 Auburn Tigers vs Florida Gators will still be a big game despite of the teams not having enough firepower to be back on top of the SEC. Auburn will not have a chance to defend the national title this season.
No 15 South Carolina vs Mississippi State game at 12:20 PM. Can the Gamecocks stay focus despite having already one loss? Steve Spurier has still a shot to be in the BCS game if the Gamecocks continue winning.
In the Big 12 Conference football, Oklahoma Sooners face Kansas in a late Saturday game. One of the biggest games today is the No 6 Oklahoma State vs No 21 Texas Longhorns football game. However, don’t overlook the game of Kansas State vs Texas Tech for both teams are undefeated. It is also great to see No 20 Baylor vs the sliding Texas A&M.
For the Big East Conference football, it is surprising to see that there’s no team currently in the top 25. Louisville vs Cincinnati at 12:00 PM ET. Utah vs Pittsburgh on ESPNU.
The biggest game in the Pac 12 Conference football is the Arizona State vs Oregon Ducks at 10:15 PM. The Ducks still has a chance to be back in the national title hunt despite the loss in the first game against the Tigers.
Meanwhile, No 7 Stanford Cardinal meet Washington State in one of the games in the Pac 12.
Saturday, October 15
TIME (ET) MATCHUP TV
12:00 PM ET Indiana at No. 4 Wisconsin ESPN 3
12:00 PM ET No. 11 Michigan at No. 23 Michigan State ESPN 3
12:00 PM ET No. 20 Baylor at No. 21 Texas A&M FX
12:00 PM ET Toledo at Bowling Green ESPN 3
12:00 PM ET Purdue at Penn State Big Ten Network
12:00 PM ET Utah at Pittsburgh
12:00 PM ET Louisville at Cincinnati ESPN 3
12:21 PM ET No. 15 South Carolina at Mississippi State SEC Network ESPN 3
12:30 PM ET Miami (FL) at North Carolina ESPN 3
1:00 PM ET Buffalo at Temple
2:00 PM ET Iowa State at Missouri
2:00 PM ET Navy at Rutgers ESPN 3
2:00 PM ET UNLV at Wyoming
3:00 PM ET Florida State at Duke ESPN 3
3:00 PM ET Rice at Marshall
3:00 PM ET Eastern Michigan at Central Michigan
3:30 PM ET No. 1 LSU at Tennessee CBS
3:30 PM ET No. 6 Oklahoma State at No. 22 Texas ESPN 3
3:30 PM ET No. 12 Georgia Tech at Virginia
3:30 PM ET Ohio State at No. 16 Illinois ESPN 3
3:30 PM ET South Florida at Connecticut ESPN 3
3:30 PM ET Ball State at Ohio ESPN 3
3:30 PM ET Colorado at Washington
3:30 PM ET Miami (OH) at Kent State
3:30 PM ET Western Michigan at Northern Illinois ESPN 3
3:30 PM ET UCF at Southern Methodist
3:30 PM ET UTEP at Tulane
4:00 PM ET Brigham Young at Oregon State
4:00 PM ET Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic
4:05 PM ET New Mexico at Nevada
5:00 PM ET North Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette ESPN 3
6:00 PM ET No. 2 Alabama at Ole Miss ESPN 3
6:00 PM ET No. 5 Boise State at Colorado State
6:30 PM ET No. 19 Virginia Tech at Wake Forest ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET No. 8 Clemson at Maryland
7:00 PM ET No. 17 Kansas State at Texas Tech
7:00 PM ET Florida at No. 24 Auburn ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET East Carolina at Memphis
7:00 PM ET Georgia at Vanderbilt ESPN 3
7:00 PM ET Northwestern at Iowa Big Ten Network
7:00 PM ET Louisiana-Monroe at Troy ESPN 3
7:30 PM ET No. 7 Stanford at Washington State Versus
8:00 PM ET Idaho at New Mexico State ESPN 3
8:00 PM ET UAB at Tulsa
9:15 PM ET No. 3 Oklahoma at Kansas ESPN 3
10:00 PM ET Utah State at Fresno State ESPN 3
10:15 PM ET No. 18 Arizona State at No. 9 Oregon ESPN 3
Expect for upsets in this weeks college football games.
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