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College Football Week 13 schedule and TV listings

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Appearances can be deceiving. Last week the 2nd, 3rd and 4th ranked teams all were upset. But it barely changes anything. Going into last week, Washington, Clemson and Michigan all were all on track to go to their conference championship, and the same is still true today. That Ohio State has leapfrogged Michigan doesn’t change anything, they play each other next week, if Michigan wins they’re in the Big 10 title game, which was always the case. That Clemson lost to Pittsburgh doesn’t change anything, they have the head to head tiebreaker over Louisville, win today and they’re in the ACC title game. Washington’s one loss puts more pressure on them to win out, but so long as they beat Washington State next week they could afford a loss before then. It’s the same as it was last week. But now we’ve got more intrigue because the safety net is gone. These teams can not afford another slip up. Which is why most of today’s games are top teams vs cupcakes. But there’s still some good games.

Matchup Time (ET) TV / Online
Iowa at Illinois Noon BTN / BTN2Go
Kansas State at Baylor Noon ESPN2 / WatchESPN
Maryland at (18) Nebraska Noon ESPNews / WatchESPN
Morgan State at Army Noon CBSSN / Stream
(2) Ohio State at Michigan State Noon ESPN / WatchESPN
(11) Oklahoma State at TCU Noon FS1 / FSGo
UL Lafayette at Georgia Noon SECN / WatchESPN
UTEP at Rice Noon ESPN3
UTSA at (25) Texas A&M Noon ESPNU / WatchESPN
(7) Wisconsin at Purdue Noon ABC / WatchESPN
Miami, FL at NC State 12:30 PM ACCN (split) / ACCNExtra
Virginia at Georgia Tech 12:30 PM ACCN (split) / ACCNExtra
(23) Florida at (16) LSU 1:00 PM SECN / WatchESPN
UConn at Boston College 1:00 PM ACCNExtra
Georgia Southern at Georgia State 2:00 PM ESPN3
Middle Tennessee at Charlotte 2:00 PM ESPN3
Oregon at (12) Utah 2:00 PM Pac-12N / Stream
UMass at BYU 2:00 PM BYUtv / ESPN3
ULM at Appalachian State 2:30 PM ESPN3
Duke at Pittsburgh 3:00 PM RSN / ACCNExtra
Buffalo at (21) Western Michigan 3:30 PM ESPNU / WatchESPN
(17) Florida State at Syracuse 3:30 PM ABC/ESPN2 (RM) / WatchESPN
Indiana at (3) Michigan 3:30 PM ESPN / WatchESPN
Missouri at (19) Tennessee 3:30 PM CBS / Stream
Northwestern at Minnesota 3:30 PM BTN / BTN2Go
San Diego State at Wyoming 3:30 PM CBSSN / Stream
Temple at Tulane 3:30 PM ASN / ESPN3
Texas at Kansas 3:30 PM ABC/ESPN2 (RM)
Texas Tech at Iowa State 3:30 PM FS1 / FSGo
The Citadel at North Carolina 3:30 PM ACCNExtra
Virginia Tech at Notre Dame 3:30 PM NBC / Stream
(22) Washington State at (10) Colorado 3:30 PM FOX / FSGo
Navy at East Carolina 4:00 PM ESPNews / WatchESPN
Texas State at New Mexico State 4:00 PM ESPN3 / AggieVision
Utah State at Nevada 4:00 PM ESPN3
Western Carolina at South Carolina 4:00 PM SECN Alt. / WatchESPN
Austin Peay at Kentucky 4:30 PM SECN / WatchESPN
Southern Miss at North Texas 5:30 PM beIN Sports / Stream
(24) Stanford at California 5:30 PM Pac-12N / Stream
Old Dominion at Florida Atlantic 6:00 PM CampusInsiders
Arkansas at Mississippi State 7:00 PM ESPNU / WatchESPN
Chattanooga at (1) Alabama 7:00 PM ESPN2 / WatchESPN
(4) Clemson at Wake Forest 7:00 PM ESPN / WatchESPN
Hawaii at Fresno State 7:00 PM Oceanic PPV / MWN
Marshall at FIU 7:00 PM ASN/MASN
Presbyterian at South Alabama 7:00 PM ESPN3
USF at SMU 7:00 PM CBSSN / Stream
Alabama A&M at (15) Auburn 7:30 PM SEC Alt. / WatchESPN
Arizona State at (6) Washington 7:30 PM FOX / FSGo
(9) Oklahoma at (14) West Virginia 8:00 PM ABC / WatchESPN
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt 8:00 PM SECN / WatchESPN
(8) Penn State at Rutgers 8:00 PM BTN / BTN2Go
Tulsa at UCF 8:00 PM ESPNews / WatchESPN
New Mexico at Colorado State 10:15 PM ESPN2 / WatchESPN
Air Force at San Jose State 10:30 PM CBSSN / Stream
Arizona at Oregon State 10:30 PM Pac-12N / Stream
(13) USC at UCLA 10:30 PM ESPN / WatchESPN

Grid via FBschedules.com, rankings are the Playoff Rankings

Games of the Week

#23 Florida at #16 LSU. This is the make up game from when the teams had to cancel earlier in the year from Hurricane Matthew. If Florida loses, they would vault Tennessee into the lead of the SEC East, assuming the Vols aren’t upset by Missouri.

#22 Washington State at #10 Colorado. This could be a preview of the Pac-12 Championship Game. Or it could be the third place game. Wazzu leads the Pac-12 North, Colorado the South, but both could miss out on the playoff. Washington State could drop this game and still advance if they beat Washington next week, or win and not make the title game if they lose. Colorado has less room for error, a loss could drop them behind USC, who have the head-to-head tiebreaker.

#9 Oklahoma at #14 West Virginia. As if Oklahoma State fans didn’t have enough of a reason to root against Oklahoma, a Mountaineers win could see the Cowboys move into 1st on tiebreakers in the Big 12 ahead of their end of season matchup next week.