2012 College Football TV Schedule Week 10: TV Listings for the Upcoming Week

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2012 College Football TV Schedule Week 10: TV Listings for the Upcoming Week
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By this time next week, we may have not only saw the No. 1 team in the country go down but also the No. 2 team lose as well. Because this week, the top 2 teams in the latest BCS standings have two very tough games against ranked conference opponents.

And they’re playing at the same time, 8:00 p.m. Saturday. 

So with that being said, welcome back to another week of the ultimate college football television guide. As always, I will be your guiding light through Week 10 of the college football season. 

As I said in the beginning both No. 1 and 2 in the BCS are in action at the same time this week. 

No. 1 Alabama heads on the road to take on last year’s SEC champion, No. 5 LSU. While No. 2 Kansas State stays at the friendly confines of Bill Snyder Stadium and welcomes in No. 24 Oklahoma State. 

Both Alabama and Kansas State will be favored in its games—according to 5Dimes Alabama is a 10.5 point favorite while Kansas State is an 8.5 favorite.

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However, those aren’t just the two games that you should only watch this weekend. 

Because if that was the case then what would you do, get that list that your wife of girlfriend has been nagging at you to do?

No thanks.

I’ll let you, the viewer, take a look at the television schedule below as to what games you would want to watch before the two heavyweight matchups at 8. 

However, before we get into Week 10, I have to take this train off the tracks and give an update on how the Cal U Vulcans of the D-II are doing.

Cal came into this week at 7-1 and as the No. 13 team in the country. However, they ended the week with a loss to Slippery Rock, 26-28. The loss will send the Vulcans tumbling down the polls and its division. 

They’ll need Indiana PA to lose either next week at Gannon, or the following week at home vs. Shippensburg, to make its way back into the PSAC championship game. 

Okay, enough Division II talk, let’s get into Week 10. Make sure you check your local listings on Saturday just incase your market has switched where you can find your game. 

 

Date

Time (ET)

Game

Channel

Thursday, Nov. 1

6:00 PM

Eastern Michigan at Ohio

ESPN-U

7:30 PM

Virginia Tech at Miami (FL)

ESPN

9:15 PM

Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky

ESPN-U

Friday, Nov. 2

9:00 PM

Washington at CAL

ESPN-2

Saturday, Nov. 3

 

12:00 PM

Air Force at Army

CBS Sports Network

Syracuse at Cincinnati 

ESPN-3

Houston at East Carolina 

Fox Sports Network

Missouri at Florida 

ESPN-2

No. 12 Oklahoma at Iowa State

ABC

Vanderbilt at Ketucky

ESPN-U

Temle at No. 10 Lousiville

ABC

Michigan at Minnesota

Big Ten Network

No. 16 Texas A&M at No. 15 Mississippi State

ESPN

Troy at Tennessee

ESPN-3

12:21 PM

Tulsa at Arkansas 

ESPN-3

12:30 PM

New Mexico State at Auburn

ESPN-3

Georgia Tech at maryland

ACC Network

1:00 PM

Western Michigan at Central Michigan

ESPN-3

2:00 PM

No. 14 Stanford at Colorado 

FX

Akron at Kent State 

ESPN-3

3:00 PM

TCU at No. 21 West Virginia

FOX

Washington State at Utah

PAC-12 Network

3:30 PM

Ole Miss at No. 6 Georgia

CBS

No. 23 Texas at No. 18 Texas Tech

ABC

No. 20 Nebraska at Michigan State

ESPN-2

Pittsburgh at No. 3 Notre Dame

NBC

Iowa at Indiana

Big Ten Network

Boston Collage at Wake Forest

ESPN-3

Illinois at Ohio State

ESPN

Florida Atlantic at Navy

CBS Sports Network

Penn State at Purdue

ESPN-U

4:00 PM

UTSA at No. 25 Louisiana Tech

ESPN-3

Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe

ESPN-3

7:00 PM

No. 4 Oregon at No. 17 USC

FOX

No. 13 Clemson at Duke

ESPN-2

UCONN at South Florida

ESPN-U

SMU at UCF

CBS Sports Network

8:00 PM

No. 1 Alabama at No. 5 LSU

CBS

No. 24 Oklahoma State at No. 2 Kansas State

ABC

10:30 PM

Arizona State at No. 11 Oregon State

ESPN-2

San Diego State at No. 19 Boise State

CBS Sports Network

No. 22 Arizona at UCLA

PAC-12 Network

 

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