Week 15 college football schedule: How to watch all 39 FBS games

Navy midshipmen carrie off the Commander in Chief's trophy after defeating Army in an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Dec. 14, 2019, in Philadelphia. Navy won 31-7.  (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

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Navy midshipmen carrie off the Commander in Chief's trophy after defeating Army in an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Dec. 14, 2019, in Philadelphia. Navy won 31-7. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Here are the TV times, networks and streaming opportunities for all FBS games Thursday-Sunday. All times are EDT.

There are 11 games that feature teams in the Top 25, including two head-to-head matchups: No. 9 Georgia at No. 25 Missouri and No. 17 North Carolina at No. 10 Miami.

Again this week, all start times and TV information are subject to change because of the coronavirus pandemic.

As of

As of Saturday afternoon, 11 games had been canceled: California at Washington State, Charlotte at Marshall, No. 8 Cincinnati at No. 24 Tulsa, Miami (Ohio) at Bowling Green, Ohio at Kent State, Michigan at No. 4 Ohio State, No. 11 Oklahoma at West Virginia, Ole Miss at No. 5 Texas A&M, Purdue at No. 12 Indiana, No. 20 Texas at Kansas and Washington at Oregon.

Marshall’s game with Charlotte was its second scheduled for Friday night to be canceled. Earlier, the Thundering Herd were scheduled to play at Florida International.

Time, Teams, Network

» Thursday, Dec. 10

6:30 p.m., Florida Atlantic at Southern Mississippi, CBS Sports Network

7 p.m., Pittsburgh at Georgia Tech, Fox Sports regional networks (Fox Sports South in the Atlanta market)

» Friday, Dec. 11

6 p.m., North Texas at Texas-El Paso, ESPN3

7 p.m., Arizona State at Arizona, ESPN

10 p.m., Nevada at San Jose State, CBS Sports Network

» Saturday, Dec. 12

ACC

Noon, Wake Forest at Louisville, ACC Network

3:30 p.m., No. 17 North Carolina at No. 10 Miami, ABC (Channel 2 Action News in the Atlanta market)

4 p.m., Duke at Florida State, ACC Network

8 p.m., Virginia at Virginia Tech, ACC Network

American Athletic

Noon, Houston at Memphis, ESPN-Plus

3 p.m., Army vs. Navy (Philadelphia), CBS

Big 12

7 p.m., Louisiana Tech at TCU, FS1

7 p.m., No. 22 Oklahoma State at Baylor, ESPNU

Big Ten

Noon, Illinois at No. 14 Northwestern, ESPN2

Noon, Minnesota at Nebraska, FS1

Noon, Rutgers at Maryland, Big Ten Network

3:30 p.m., Michigan State at Penn State, ESPN

3:30 p.m., Wisconsin at No. 16 Iowa, FS1

Conference USA

1 p.m., Alabama-Birmingham at Rice, ESPN3

7 p.m., Louisiana Tech at TCU, FS1

Mid-American

Noon, Northern Illinois at Eastern Michigan, ESPN3

Noon, Western Michigan at Ball State, ESPN-Plus

2:30 p.m., Akron at Buffalo, CBS Sports Network

3 p.m., Central Michigan at Toledo, ESPN3

Mountain West

6 p.m., Boise State at Wyoming, CBS Sports Network

10 p.m., San Diego State at No. 18 BYU, ESPN2

10:30 p.m., Fresno State at New Mexico (Las Vegas, Nev.), FS1

11 p.m., UNLV at Hawaii, Spectrum Sports

Pac-12

Noon, Utah at No. 21 Colorado, Fox

7:30 p.m., No. 15 USC at UCLA, ABC (Channel 2 Action News in the Atlanta market)

10:30 p.m., Stanford at Oregon State, ESPNU

SEC

Noon, No. 1 Alabama at Arkansas, ESPN

Noon, No. 9 Georgia at No. 25 Missouri, SEC Network

4 p.m., Tennessee at Vanderbilt, SEC Network

7 p.m., LSU at No. 6 Florida, ESPN

7:30 p.m., Auburn at Mississippi State, SEC Network

Sun Belt

3 p.m., No. 13 Coastal Carolina at Troy, ESPN-Plus

3 p.m., Incarnate Word at Arkansas State, ESPN3

6 p.m., Appalachian State at Georgia Southern, ESPN3

FBS independents

3 p.m., Army vs. Navy (Philadelphia), CBS

10 p.m., San Diego State at No. 18 BYU, ESPN2