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College Football Week 4 TV Schedule, Streaming Online

Last night's KSU-Auburn game lived up to the hype in everything but the final score (SO CLOSE, SNYDERCATS), and tonight is a bit of a downer. But tomorrow, there's football to watch again!

Vaughn Ridley

We had a good turnout last night for the KSU-Auburn Open Thread, and that was exciting to be a part of.  Our community has really grown in that area in the past couple of years.  We'll try to keep that momentum going in the official Saturday of the bye week tomorrow, when the rest of the country plays their games across the spectrum of channels and times.  First, there is actually a game tonight, though it's not very good.  From this week's Viewing Guide:


Best option: Connecticut at South Florida, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN, WatchESPN

Spread: USF -2
Read: The UConn BlogVoodoo Five

In theory, this is a close, exciting game. In theory, we've cured cancer. In theory, amateurism makes sense. It might be close, but considering we're talking about two 1-2 teams that have averaged about 300 yards of offense per game thus far, it's going to be less of a "shootout" and more of a "which of these two fish flops around gasping for longer" situation. There are no winners, including you.

Also on: Holy Cross at Harvard, 7 p.m. ET, WatchESPN


That's ... that's disappointing after last week had Baylor vs. Buffalo going on Friday.  Here's the rest of the schedule:

Time Road Home TV Streaming
Noon ET Eastern Michigan No. 11 Michigan State Big Ten Network
Noon ET Troy No. 13 Georgia SEC Network
Noon ET Bowling Green No. 19 Wisconsin ESPN2
Noon ET Western Illinois Northwestern ESPNews
Noon ET Iowa Pittsburgh ESPNU
Noon ET Southern Illinois Purdue Big Ten Network
Noon ET Old Dominion Rice FSN, ROOT
Noon ET Georgia Tech Virginia Tech ESPN
12:30 p.m. ET Tulane Duke RSN, ROOT
12:30 p.m. ET Maryland Syracuse ACC Network
12:30 p.m. ET James Madison Villanova CSN
1 p.m. ET Maine Boston College
1 p.m. ET Delaware State Temple
1 p.m. ET Eastern Kentucky UT-Martin
2 p.m. ET Marshall Akron
2 p.m. ET Hawaii Colorado Pac-12 Network
3 p.m. ET VMI Samford
3 p.m. ET Eastern Washington Montana State ROOT
3:30 p.m. ET No. 6 Texas A&M SMU ABC/ESPN2
3:30 p.m. ET Virginia No. 21 BYU ESPN
3:30 p.m. ET Florida No. 3 Alabama CBS
3:30 p.m. ET Norfolk State Buffalo
3:30 p.m. ET North Carolina East Carolina ESPNU
3:30 p.m. ET Louisville FIU FS1
3:30 p.m. ET Central Michigan Kansas FSN, SunSports
3:30 p.m. ET Utah Michigan ABC/ESPN2
3:30 p.m. ET Rutgers Navy CBSSN
3:30 p.m. ET Nicholls State North Texas Sinclair
3:30 p.m. ET Army Wake Forest
3:30 p.m. ET Howard Morgan State
4 p.m. ET Texas State Illinois ESPNews
4 p.m. ET San Jose State Minnesota Big Ten Network
4 p.m. ET Indiana No. 18 Missouri SEC Network
4 p.m. ET Massachusetts Penn State Big Ten Network
4 p.m. ET Florida Atlantic Wyoming Mountain West Network!/watch-live
4 p.m. ET New Hampshire Richmond CSN
4 p.m. ET Incarnate Word Abilene Christian
6 p.m. ET Presbyterian NC State
6 p.m. ET Bethune-Cookman UCF
6 p.m. ET Georgia State Washington Pac-12 Network
6 p.m. ET Ave Maria Mercer
7 p.m. ET Miss State 8 LSU ESPN
7 p.m. ET Northern Illinois Arkansas ESPNU
7 p.m. ET Utah State Arkansas State
7 p.m. ET Miami (Ohio) Cincinnati CBSSN
7 p.m. ET Northwestern State Louisiana Tech
7 p.m. ET Middle Tennessee State Memphis
7 p.m. ET Idaho Ohio
7 p.m. ET Appalachian State Southern Miss American Sports Network"]">American Sports Network
7 p.m. ET Ball State Toledo
7 p.m. ET Murray State Western Michigan
7 p.m. ET Bryant Liberty
7:30 p.m. ET Georgia Southern South Alabama
7:30 p.m. ET No. 14 South Carolina Vanderbilt SEC Network
7:30 p.m. ET No. 4 Oklahoma West Virginia FOX
8 p.m. ET No. 22 Clemson No. 1 Florida State ABC
8 p.m. ET UNLV Houston
8 p.m. ET Miami No. 24 Nebraska ESPN2
8 p.m. ET New Mexico New Mexico State
10 p.m. ET California Arizona Pac-12 Network
10 p.m. ET Southern Utah Fresno State Mountain West Network!/watch-live
10:30 p.m. ET Louisiana Boise State CBSSN
10:30 p.m. ET San Diego State Oregon State FS1
10:30 p.m. ET No. 2 Oregon Washington State ESPN

I've seen a lot of people downplay the potential for tomorrow's games, and I do not agree.  I like OU @ WVU, since the Mountaineers are feisty anywhere and we could learn a lot about the Sooners' defense.  FSU @ Clemson could also be fun without Jameis Winston for a half because of his stupid, stupid, stupid behavior.  Clemson may not be all that good, but they're not all that bad, either.  There's a couple of links in that paragraph you should check out if you have time.

Alabama welcomes Florida midway through the day.  That could be an interesting look at how good Alabama's O actually is in this young season, and if you like this sort of thing, A&M goes to SMU around the same time.