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College Football Week 6 TV Schedule

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We're nearing the halfway point of the college football season. There's plenty of games for you and Les Miles to watch from a couch today.

Matchup Time (ET) TV
Cincinnati at UConn 11:30 AM CBSSN
Auburn at Mississippi State Noon ESPN
East Carolina at USF Noon ESPNews
Iowa at Minnesota Noon ESPN2
LSU at (18) Florida Postponed
Maryland at Penn State Noon BTN
Notre Dame at NC State Noon ABC
(20) Oklahoma vs. Texas (at Dallas) Noon FS1
Southern Miss at UTSA Noon ASN/MASN
TCU at Kansas Noon ESPNU
Georgia Tech at Pittsburgh 12:30 PM ACCN
Bowling Green at Ohio 2:00 PM ESPN3
(6) Houston at Navy 3:00 PM CBSSN
Miami, OH at Akron 3:00 PM ESPN3
Toledo at Eastern Michigan 3:00 PM ESPN3
Air Force at Wyoming 3:30 PM ROOT SPORTS / MWN
Army at Duke 3:30 PM RSN
Ball State at Central Michigan 3:30 PM ASN / ESPN3
BYU at Michigan State 3:30 PM ABC/ESPN2
Indiana at (2) Ohio State 3:30 PM ESPN
Iowa State at Oklahoma State 3:30 PM ESPNU
Kent State at Buffalo 3:30 PM ESPN3
Purdue at Illinois 3:30 PM BTN
(9) Tennessee at (8) Texas A&M 3:30 PM CBS
Texas State at Georgia State 3:30 PM ESPN3
(25) Virginia Tech at (17) North Carolina 3:30 PM ABC/ESPN2
(21) Colorado at USC 4:00 PM Pac-12N
Vanderbilt at Kentucky 4:00 PM SECN
Hawaii at San Jose State 4:30 PM Oceanic PPV
NIU at Western Michigan 6:30 PM CBSSN
(1) Alabama at (16) Arkansas 7:00 PM ESPN
Fresno State at Nevada 7:00 PM ESPN3
Idaho at ULM 7:00 PM ESPN3
Marshall at North Texas 7:00 PM ASN/MASN
(4) Michigan at Rutgers 7:00 PM ESPN2
Syracuse at Wake Forest 7:00 PM RSN
Texas Tech at Kansas State 7:00 PM ESPNU
(5) Washington at Oregon 7:30 PM FOX
(23) Florida State at (10) Miami, FL 8:00 PM ABC
California at Oregon State 9:00 PM Pac-12N
Arizona at (24) Utah 10:00 PM FS1
Utah State at Colorado State 10:00 PM CBSSN
UCLA at Arizona State 10:30 PM ESPN2
UNLV at San Diego State 10:30 PM ESPNU
Washington State at (15) Stanford 10:30 PM ESPN

Notable games

#8 Tennessee at #9 Texas A&M, 3:30 on CBS. The cancellation of the LSU-Florida game, which might not be made up makes this a hugely important game for the Volunteers. If Tennessee loses this game and next week to Alabama and the Florida/LSU game is not made up, then Florida could undeservedly win the SEC East. So this is basically a conference championship semi-final for Tennessee: win and they are in the driver's seat to go to the SEC Championship game, lose and they need help.

#23 Florida State at #10 Miami, 8pm on ABC. Is Florida State this bad? Is Miami this good? Will we even be able to tell after this game?

Other games of interest include the Red River Shootout as Oklahoma visits Texas, #25 Virginia Tech at #17 North Carolina, and #1 Alabama at #16 Arkansas.

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