College Football Week 10 Schedule: TV and Live Stream Info for Every Game

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College Football Week 10 Schedule: TV and Live Stream Info for Every Game
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The No. 3 ranked Florida State Seminoles host the No. 7 Miami Hurricanes on Saturday in the unquestioned game of the week. Not only is this another chapter in an in-state rivalry, but it is also a battle of two teams with legitimate national championship hopes.

The Seminoles were ranked No. 2 heading into Week 9 but dropped to the third spot heading into Week 10. The Noles did their job by routing North Carolina State 49-17. However, a big win by the No. 2 Oregon Ducks over the then 12th-ranked UCLA Bruins pushed them past Florida State.

Jameis Winston is adding more and more steam to his Heisman trophy campaign every week. He threw for 292 yards and three scores in the win over N.C. State. The freshman quarterback is on everyone's shortlist of candidates.

While Florida State has been flying high, the Canes have inched by marginal opponents in their last two games. 

In Week 8, Miami beat North Carolina 27-23, and in Week 9, the Canes squeaked by Wake Forest 24-21. Sophomore running back Duke Johnson is doing his job, though. In the last two games, he has 251 yards rushing. He's averaging 6.6 yards per carry with two touchdowns scored.

With such a big game on the ledger for the Noles and the Ducks idle, Florida State could pull ahead of Oregon again with a win. If the Canes win, they will launch themselves into the top three in the nation, at the very least.

It will be a great game. Here's a look at the full schedule of college football for Week 10.

College Football Schedule and Viewing Info for Week 10
Thursday, October 31
Time (ET) Matchup TV and Live Stream
7:00 PM South Florida at Houston ESPN
7:30 PM Rice at North Texas FOX Sports 1
7:30 PM Louisiana-Monroe at Troy ESPNU and Watch ESPN
10:30 PM Arizona State at Washington State ESPN and Watch ESPN
Friday, November 1
Time (ET) Matchup TV and Live Stream
9:00 PM USC at Oregon State
Saturday, November 2
Time (ET) Matchup TV and Live Stream
12:00 PM No. 4 Ohio State at Purdue BTN
12:00 PM No. 17 Northern Illinois at Massachusetts ESPN 3
12:00 PM No. 24 Wisconsin at Iowa ABC, ESPN 2 and Watch ESPN
12:00 PM Virginia Tech at Boston College ABC, ESPN 2 and Watch ESPN
12:00 PM Temple at Rutgers ESPN 3
12:00 PM Illinois at Penn State ESPN and Watch ESPN
12:00 PM Army at Air Force ESPN U and Watch ESPN
12:21 PM Mississippi State at No. 14 South Carolina ESPN 3
12:30 PM North Carolina at North Carolina State ESPN 3
12:30 PM Wake Forest at Syracuse ESPN 3
12:30 PM Southern Miss at Marshall CBS Sports Network
1:00 PM Middle Tennessee at UAB FOX Sports 1
1:00 PM Western Kentucky at Georgia State ESPN 3
2:00 PM Rhode Island at Old Dominion
3:30 PM No. 8 Clemson at Virginia ESPN and Watch ESPN
3:30 PM No. 21 Michigan at No. 22 Michigan State ABC
3:30 PM Navy at No. 25 Notre Dame NBC
3:30 PM Arizona at California Pac-12 Network
3:30 PM Georgia vs. Florida* CBS
3:30 PM Minnesota at Indiana BTN
3:30 PM Northwestern at Nebraska BTN
3:30 PM UTSA at Tulsa
3:30 PM Kansas at Texas Longhorn Network
3:30 PM Kent State at Akron ESPN 3
3:30 PM Iowa State at Kansas State FOX Sports 1
3:30 PM West Virginia at TCU ESPN U and Watch ESPN
4:00 PM Hawaii at Utah State CBS Sports Network
4:00 PM San Jose State at UNLV
5:00 PM Texas State at Idaho
5:00 PM New Mexico State at Louisiana-Lafayette
5:00 PM Tulane at Florida Atlantic
6:00 PM No. 11 Auburn at Arkansas ESPN 2 and Watch ESPN
6:00 PM East Carolina at Florida International
7:00 PM Tennessee at No. 9 Missouri ESPN and Watch ESPN
7:00 PM No. 18 Oklahoma State at No. 15 Texas Tech FOX
7:00 PM Pittsburgh at Georgia Tech ESPN U and Watch ESPN
7:00 PM Eastern Michigan at Toledo ESPN 3
7:30 PM Colorado at No. 20 UCLA FOX Sports 1
7:30 PM Arkansas State at South Alabama ESPN 3
7:30 PM Alabama State at Kentucky ESPN 3
8:00 PM No. 7 Miami (FL) at No. 3 Florida State ABC
8:00 PM New Mexico at San Diego State
8:00 PM Boise State at Colorado State CBS Sports Network
9:00 PM UTEP at No. 12 Texas A&M ESPN 2 and Watch ESPN
10:30 PM Nevada at No. 16 Fresno State ESPN U and Watch ESPN

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No. 18 Oklahoma State Cowboys at No. 15 Texas Tech Red Raiders

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Neither team is still undefeated, but as one-loss teams in the middle of the Top 25, there are definite Big 12 championship and potential BCS bowl implications involved in this game.

The conference will again be hurt by the absence of a conference title game. Any team hoping to make its case for a BCS bowl game must get its work done during the regular season. This game is a big one for both teams.

Both trail Texas and Baylor in the conference standings. If either hopes to earn the conference championship, it can't afford to pick up a second in-conference loss.

Texas Tech was defeated 38-30 in Week 9 by the Oklahoma Sooners to knock them from the ranks of the unbeaten. The Red Raiders got 385 passing yards and two touchdown tosses from Davis Webb, but it wasn't enough to handle the Sooners.

Oklahoma State plowed through Iowa State 58-27 behind 219 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns from Desmond Roland.

Because of the offensive prowess of both teams, this should be another high-scoring affair. Neither team has scored fewer than 21 points in a game this season, so a game in the 40s is likely.

 

No. 21 Michigan Wolverines at No. 22 Michigan State Spartans

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This in-state Big 10 Conference rivalry is a test of a shutdown defense against an explosive offense. Devin Gardner and the Wolverines have been scoring 42.4 points per game this season. The unit will definitely be tested on Saturday in East Lansing. The Spartans have the third-ranked defense in the nation in points allowed per game.

The stingy Spartans are only allowing 12.3 points per game this season. Something has to give in this one. Michigan State has outscored its last two opponents 56-3, while the Wolverines have been held under 40 points only twice in their seven games. 

Will the Spartans slow the Wolverines down, or can Michigan prove that even the Spartans defense is no match for their offense?

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