How to watch: College football games this week with TV times, network, online Week 8


Here are the TV times and networks and streaming opportunities for all FBS games Thursday, Friday and Saturday on the eighth full weekend of the season. All times are EDT. 

Time, Teams, Network

ACC

Saturday, Oct. 21

Noon, Louisville at Florida State, ESPN

12:20pm, Pitt at Duke, ACC/Raycom

12:30pm, Boston College at Virginia, FSSO

3:30pm, North Carolina at Virginia Tech, ESPN2

3:30pm, Syracuse at Miami, ESPN

7:30pm, Wake Forest at Georgia Tech, ESPNU

AMERICAN ATHLETIC

Thursday, Oct. 19

8pm, Memphis at Houston, ESPN

Saturday, Oct. 21

Noon, Temple at Army, CBS Sports Network

Noon, Tulsa at Connecticut, ESPNU

3:30pm, Central Florida at Navy, CBS Sports Network

4pm, SMU at Cincinnati, ESPNU

7pm, BYU at East Carolina, CBS Sports Network

7pm, South Florida at Tulane, ESPN2

BIG 12

Saturday, Oct. 21

Noon, Iowa State at Texas Tech, FS1

Noon, Oklahoma State at Texas, ABC

4pm, Oklahoma at Kansas State, Fox

8pm, Kansas at TCU, Fox

8pm, West Virginia at Baylor, TBD (FS1 or FS2)

BIG TEN

Saturday, Oct. 21

Noon, Iowa at Northwestern, TBD

Noon, Maryland at Wisconsin, Fox

Noon, Purdue at Rutgers, Big Ten Network

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

3:30pm, Indiana at Michigan State, TBD

7pm, Michigan at Penn State, ABC

CONFERENCE USA

Friday, Oct. 20

6pm, Western Kentucky at Old Dominion, CBS Sports Network

7pm, Marshall at Middle Tennessee, ESPN2

Saturday, Oct. 21

5pm, North Texas at Florida Atlantic, ESPN3

6:30pm, UAB at Charlotte, beIN Sports

7pm, Rice at Texas-San Antonio (local only)

7pm, Southern Miss at Louisiana Tech, Stadium

MAC

Saturday, Oct. 21

Noon, Akron at Toledo, ESPN3

2pm, Kent State at Ohio, ESPN3

2pm, Northern Illinois at Bowling Green, ESPN3

2pm, Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan, ESPN3

2:30pm, Buffalo at Miami, ESPN3

3pm, Central Michigan at Ball State, ESPN3

MOUNTAIN WEST

Friday, Oct. 20

9:30pm, Air Force at Nevada, CBS Sports Network

10:15pm, Colorado State at New Mexico, ESPN2

Saturday, Oct. 21

6pm, Utah State at UNLV, AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain

10:15pm, Wyoming at Boise State, ESPN2

10:30pm, Fresno State at San Diego State, CBS Sports Network

PAC-12

Saturday, Oct. 21

3:30pm, Arizona State at Utah, FS1

4pm, Oregon at UCLA, Pac-12 Network

7:30pm, USC at Notre Dame, NBC

8pm, Arizona at California, Pac-12 Network

10:45pm, Colorado at Washington State, ESPN

SEC

Saturday, Oct. 21

Noon, Idaho at Missouri, SEC

3:30pm, Tennessee at Alabama, CBS

4pm, Kentucky at Mississippi State, SEC

7:15pm, LSU at Ole Miss, ESPN

7:30pm, Auburn at Arkansas, SEC

SUN BELT

Thursday, Oct. 19

7:30pm, Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State, ESPNU

Saturday, Oct. 21

Noon, Idaho at Missouri, SEC

2pm, Troy at Georgia State, ESPN3

3:30pm, Coastal Carolina at Appalachian State

3:30pm, Georgia Southern at Massachusetts

5pm, Louisiana-Monroe at South Alabama

FBS Independents

Saturday, Oct. 21

7:30pm, USC at Notre Dame, NBC 


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