College Football Week 10 TV Schedule: Where to Watch All Top 25 Matchups

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College Football Week 10 TV Schedule: Where to Watch All Top 25 Matchups
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Week 10 in college football is a lot like Star Wars.

We will get to watch more films full of Jedi, Ewoks and The Force, and they won’t be pretty. Oregon vs. USC and Alabama vs. LSU may not be the matchups we dreamed of in the preseason, but we’ll still watch and hope for some fireworks on-screen.

Alabama and LSU’s meeting headlines this weekend’s slate, even if the game in Death Valley will probably be as monotonous as a Hayden Christensen monologue.

Regardless, we all will still watch, as the college football scene could welcome a major shakeup in the polls.

In case you’re in a channel-surfing mood on Saturday, check out where all the Top 25 games will be broadcasted.

 

 

Early Games

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Matchup

Network

Time*

 

Missouri at No. 7 Florida

ESPN2

12:00 PM

Temple at No. 10 Louisville

ABC/ESPN3

12:00 PM

No. 12 Oklahoma at Iowa State

ABC/ESPN3

12:00 PM

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

ESPN

12:00 PM

No.14 Stanford at Colorado

FX

2:00 PM

TCU at No. 21 West Virginia

FX

3:00 PM

No. 20 Nebraska at Michigan State

ABC/ESPN2

3:30 PM

No. 23 Texas at No. 18 Texas A&M

ABC/ESPN2

3:30 PM

Ole Miss at No. 6 Georgia

CBS

3:30 PM

 

Pittsburgh at No. 3 Notre Dame

NBC

3:30 PM

 

UTSA at No. 25 Louisiana Tech

ESPN Gameplan/ESPN3

4:00 PM

 

 






 

 

Late Games

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Matchup

Network

Time*

No. 4 Oregon at No. 17 USC

FOX

7:00 PM

 

No. 13 Clemson at Duke

ESPN2

7:00 PM

 

No. 1 Alabama at No. 5 LSU

CBS

8:00 PM

 

No. 24 Oklahoma State at No. 2 Kansas State

ABC

8:00 PM

 

Arizona State at No. 11 Oregon State

ESPN2

10:30 PM

 

San Diego State at No. 19 Boise St.

CBS Sports Network

10:30 PM

 

No. 22 Arizona at UCLA

Pac-12 Network

10:30 PM

 


   

*All times are EST

 

Mike Shiekman is a Breaking News Writer for Bleacher Report.


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