Here’s a look at five key games on TV this weekend as teams continue to battle for spots in the College Football Playoff.

How to watch: Week 10 college football, with TV times, network, streaming

Here are the TV times, networks and streaming opportunities for all FBS games Thursday, Friday and Saturday. All times are EDT, and all TV information is for the Atlanta TV market.

Time, Teams, Network

» Thursday, Nov. 1

7pm, Northern Illinois at Akron, CBS Sports Network

7pm, Ohio at Western Michigan, ESPNU

7:30pm, Temple at No. 12 Central Florida, ESPN

» Friday, Nov. 2

7:30pm, Pitt at No. 25 Virginia, ESPN2

8pm, Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee, CBS Sports Network

10:30pm, Colorado at Arizona, FS1

» Saturday, Nov. 3


Noon, Louisville at No. 2 Clemson, WSB Channel 2 Action News (ABC)

Noon, No. 19 Syracuse at Wake Forest, Fox Sports South

12:15pm, Georgia Tech at North Carolina, WUPA (Raycom)

3:30pm, Florida State at No. 21 N.C. State, WSB Channel 2 Action News (ABC)

3:45pm, No. 22 Boston College at Virginia Tech, WUPA (Raycom)

7pm, Duke at Miami, ESPN2


Noon, Memphis at East Carolina. ESPNU

3:30pm, Navy at Cincinnati, ESPNU

3:30pm, Tulane at South Florida, CBS Sports Network

7pm, Connecticut at Tulsa, CBS Sports Network

7pm, Houston at SMU, ESPNU

BIG 12

Noon, No. 24 Iowa State at Kansas, Fox Sports Southeast

Noon, Oklahoma State at Baylor, FS1

3:30pm, Kansas State at TCU, FS1

3:30pm, No. 13 West Virginia at No. 17 Texas, Fox

8pm, No. 7 Oklahoma at Texas Tech, WSB Channel 2 Action News (ABC)


Noon, Michigan State at Maryland, ESPN2

Noon, Nebraska at No. 10 Ohio State, Fox

Noon, Rutgers at Wisconsin, Big Ten Network

3:30pm, No. 16 Iowa at Purdue, ESPN2

3:30pm, Minnesota at Illinois, Big Ten Network

3:45pm, No. 14 Penn State at No. 5 Michigan, ESPN

7:15pm, No. 4 Notre Dame at Northwestern, ESPN


3pm, Marshall at Southern Miss, Stadium/Facebook

3:30pm, Texas-El Paso at Rice, ESPN3 (online only)

4pm, Charlotte at Tennessee, SEC Network-alternate

7:30pm, Florida Atlantic at Florida International, Stadium

7:30pm, Louisiana Tech at No. 18 Mississippi State, SEC Network

7:30pm, Texas-San Antonio at Alabama-Birmingham, beIN


Noon, Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan, ESPN3 (online only)


Noon, Air Force at Army, CBS Sports Network

2pm, San Jose State at Wyoming, AT&T SportsNet

10:15pm, BYU at Boise State, ESPN2

10:15pm, San Diego State at New Mexico, ESPNU

10:30pm, No. 23 Fresno State at UNLV, CBS Sports Network

11pm, Utah State at Hawaii, Spectrum/Stadium


4pm, No. 15 Utah at Arizona State, Pac-12 Networks

7:30pm, UCLA at Oregon, Fox

9pm, Stanford at Washington, Pac-12 Networks

10pm, USC at Oregon State, FS1

10:45pm, California at No. 8 Washington State, ESPN


Noon, South Carolina at Ole Miss, SEC Network

Noon, No. 20 Texas A&M at Auburn, ESPN

3:30pm, No. 6 Georgia at No. 9 Kentucky, CBS

4pm, Missouri at No. 11 Florida, SEC Network

4pm, Charlotte at Tennessee, SEC Network-alternate

7:30pm, Louisiana Tech at No. 18 Mississippi State, SEC Network

8pm, No. 1 Alabama at No. 3 LSU, CBS


2pm, Texas State at Georgia State, ESPN-plus (online only)

3pm, South Alabama at Arkansas State, ESPN3 (online only)

3pm, Georgia Southern at Louisiana-Monroe, ESPN-plus (online only)

3:30pm, Louisiana-Lafayette at Troy, ESPN-plus (online only)

5pm, Appalachian State at Coastal Carolina, ESPN-plus (online only)


Noon, Air Force at Army, CBS Sports Network

3:30pm, Liberty at Massachusetts, Eleven Sports Network/NESN

7:15pm, No. 4 Notre Dame at Northwestern, ESPN 

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