College Football Week 9 Schedule: TV and Live Stream Info for Every Game

Richard Langford@@noontide34Correspondent IOctober 24, 2013

While Week 9 of the college football season doesn't offer up a matchup with two teams in the Top 10 of the BCS standings, it makes up for that by offering four battles with teams in the Top 25.

The most notable is No. 3 Oregon hosting No. 12 UCLA on Saturday at 7 p.m. on ESPN. The Ducks continue to cruise through the season. Through seven games, Oregon's hasn't won by fewer than 21 points. That was a 45-24 victory in Seattle over a Washington Huskies team that was ranked No. 16 at the time.

However, that does remain the Ducks lone game this season against a team that was ranked. So, for as good as this team has looked, it still has something to prove.

Meanwhile, it remains to be seen how stiffly UCLA can challenge the Ducks. The Bruins are No. 12 but are coming off of their first loss of the season. That came against No. 6 Stanford, and the Cardinal dominated that game en route to emerging with a 24-10 victory.

That remains UCLA's second effort against a ranked team this season.

While the Bruins' defense has been playing well and will enter this game ranked 18th in the nation in points against, Oregon's speed will test that defense in a different way. 

That isn't the only marquee Pac-12 matchup of the weekend. No. 6 Stanford will travel to take on No. 25 Oregon State.

The Beavers are sneaking under the radar, which is understandable. Oregon State fell at home 49-46 to the Big Sky's Eastern Washington in the season opener. At that point, it seemed safe to write this team off for the season.

However, the Beavers have won all six games since and are improving as the season continues. Last week, they drubbed Cal, 49-17. A win in this game, and the Beavers would be due for a big jump in the rankings. Not that that will be easy.

Stanford rebounded nicely from their upset loss to Utah on Oct. 12 by beating UCLA last week. This team still has its national championship hopes in tact, and will no doubt be looking to make a statement in this game.

Another ranked matchup comes with the No. 15 Oklahoma Sooners hosting No. 10 Texas Tech. The Red Raiders still haven't tasted defeat this season and enter this game with some impressive stats. They are 15th in the nation in scoring and 16th in points allowed. At 416.4, they are also second in the nation in passing yards. 

However, the Red Raiders also haven't played a team as talented as Oklahoma.

It's not like the Sooners have been severely tested yet, either. They have a 35-21 win over Notre Dame. While the Irish were ranked at the time, that win has become less impressive as the season has advanced. 

The Sooners were also fairly easily handled by Texas in a 36-20 defeat on Oct. 12.

This sets the stage for what should be a fun game, and if the Red Raiders pull out a victory, they will begin to enter the national championship picture.

Our last ranked matchup of the week is No. 21 South Carolina travelling to take on Missouri.

Missouri has a two-game lead in the SEC East, and South Carolina will be desperate to close that gap. However, the Gamecocks will have to do that without injured starting quarterback Connor Shaw. 

Of course, Missouri will be playing without their starting quarterback, James Franklin, for the second consecutive game. 

Franklin's absence didn't keep his team from beating Florida and its quality defense by the score of 36-17 last week. The Tigers will look to further entrench themselves in the championship picture with a win in this game. 

Now, in case those games weren't enough for you, here is when and where you can catch a few more.

TV schedule information via CBS Sports. Live stream info via ESPN3

College Football Week 9 TV/Live Stream Schedule
Thursday, Oct. 24
GameTimeTVLive Stream
Kentucky at Mississippi St.7:30 pmESPN
Marshall at M. Tenn. St.7:30 pmFOX Sports 1
Friday, Oct. 25
GameTimeLive StreamTime/Score
Boise St. at BYU8:00 pmESPN
Saturday, Oct. 25
GameTimeTVLive Stream
Wake Forest at Miami (Fla.)12:00 pmESPNU
Houston at Rutgers12:00 pmESPN News
Louisville at South Florida12:00 pmESPN2
Connecticut at UCF12:00 pm ESPN3
Northwestern at Iowa12:00 pmBig Ten Network
Oklahoma St. at Iowa St.12:00 pmFSN Regional
Nebraska at Minnesota12:00 pmESPN
Sacred Heart at St. Francis12:00 pm
Robert Morris at Wagner12:00 pm
Ball St. at Akron12:00 pmESPN GameplanESPN3
Towson at Richmond12:00 pmCSS
Delaware at Rhode Island12:00 pm
Vanderbilt at Texas A&M12:21 pmESPN GameplanESPN3
Georgia Tech at Virginia12:30 pmESPN GameplanESPN3
Brown at Cornell12:30 pm
Pittsburgh at Navy1:00 pmCBS Sports Network
Charlotte at Charleston So.1:00 pm
Princeton at Harvard1:00 pm
Yale at Penn1:00 pm
Delaware St. at Hampton1:00 pm
Morgan St. at Howard1:00 pm
Old Dominion at Norfolk St.1:00 pm
Duquesne at Bryant1:00 pm
Lehigh at Bucknell1:00 pm
Lafayette at Holy Cross1:00 pm
Colgate at Georgetown1:00 pm
Dayton at Morehead St.1:00 pm
Maine at Villanova1:00 pm
Davidson at Jacksonville1:00 pm
Stetson at Marist1:00 pm
Salve Regina at Central Conn. St.1:00 pm
Columbia at Dartmouth1:30 pm
Liberty at Gardner-Webb1:30 pm ESPN3
Samford at Wofford1:30 pm
Miami (Ohio) at Ohio2:00 pm ESPN3
Point U at Presbyterian2:00 pm
South Dakota at Illinois St.2:00 pm
NC A&T at Florida A&M2:00 pm
NC Central at Savannah St.2:00 pm
E. Kentucky at SE Missouri St.2:00 pm ESPN3
Valparaiso at Drake2:00 pm
The Citadel at Chattanooga2:00 pm
Toledo at Bowling Green2:30 pm ESPN3
Jacksonville St. at Tenn. Tech2:30 pm
Temple at SMU3:00 pm ESPN3
W. Michigan at Massachusetts3:00 pm ESPN3
N. Iowa at South Dakota St.3:00 pm
Ark.-Pine Bluff at Mississippi Valley St.3:00 pm
Texas Southern at Grambling3:00 pm
Northwestern St. at Sam Houston St.3:00 pm
N. Dakota St. at Indiana St.3:05 pm ESPN3
Idaho State at So. Utah3:05 pm
Clemson at Maryland3:30 pmESPN
Boston College at North Carolina3:30 pm ESPN3
Duke at Virginia Tech3:30 pmESPNU
Tennessee at Alabama3:30 pmCBS
Texas Tech at Oklahoma3:30 pmFOX
UTEP at Rice3:30 pm
Buffalo at Kent St.3:30 pm ESPN3
N. Carolina St. at Florida St.3:30 pmABC Regional
E. Washington at Montana3:30 pmRoot Sports-Northwest
Michigan St. at Illinois3:30 pmABC Regional
E. Michigan at Northern Illinois3:30 pm ESPN3
Elon at W. Carolina3:30 pm
Ga. Southern at Appalachian St.3:30 pm ESPN3
Tulsa at Tulane3:30 pm
James Madison at William & Mary3:30 pm
Alabama A&M at Alabama St.3:30 pm ESPN3
West Virginia at Kansas St.3:45 pmFOX Sports 1
Utah at USC4:00 pmPAC-12 Network
New Hampshire at Stony Brook4:00 pm
McNeese St. at Nicholls St.4:00 pm
S.F. Austin at Cent. Arkansas4:00 pm ESPN3
Butler at San Diego4:00 pm
Troy at W. Kentucky4:00 pm ESPN3
S.C. State at Bethune-Cook.4:00 pm
Mercer at Campbell4:00 pm
UC-Davis at Montana St.4:05 pm
North Dakota at Portland St.4:05 pm
UAB at Texas-San Antonio5:00 pm
Jackson St. at Prairie View A&M5:00 pm
E. Illinois at Tennessee St.5:00 pm
Tenn.-Martin at Austin Peay5:00 pm
Notre Dame at Air Force5:00 pmCBS Sports Network
Louisiana Tech at FIU6:00 pm
VMI at Coastal Carolina6:00 pm
UNLV at Nevada6:05 pm ESPN3
Alcorn St. at Southern6:30 pm
Baylor at Kansas7:00 pmESPNU
Furman at LSU7:00 pm ESPN3
South Carolina at Missouri7:00 pmESPN2
UCLA at Oregon7:00 pmESPNESPN3
Houston Baptist at Incarnate Word7:00 pm
Missouri St. at W. Illinois7:00 pm
North Texas at Southern Miss7:00 pmFox College Sports
South Alabama at Texas State7:00 pm
Georgia State at La.-Monroe7:00 pm ESPN3
Wyoming at San Jose St.7:00 pmRoot Sports-Rocky Mountain
FAU at Auburn7:30 pm ESPN3
Idaho at Ole Miss7:30 pm ESPN3
Texas at TCU7:30 pmFOX Sports 1
Arizona at Colorado8:00 pmPAC-12 Network
Lamar at SE Louisiana8:00 pm
Abil Chr. at New Mexico St.8:00 pmESPN GameplanESPN3
Penn St. at Ohio St.8:00 pmABC
N. Arizona at Cal-Poly9:05 pm
Stanford at Oregon St.10:30 pmESPN
Fresno St. at San Diego St.10:30 pmESPN2
California at Washington11:00 pmFOX Sports 1
Colorado St. at Hawaii11:59 pm
Info gathered from CBS Sports and ESPN


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