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How to stream college football live: The 2020 college football schedule

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Oct 19, 2020, 6:44 pm*

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Phil West

You can stream college football throughout a 2020 season that has had to make adjustments throughout. Though the coronavirus pandemic has affected the college football schedule, there are plenty of good games to catch each week.

You’ll be able to watch college football live streams throughout the 2020 season. (And if you’re not familiar with ESPN3 yet, you’re more likely to be this year.)

Best college football games this weekend

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No. 4 Notre Dame
Saturday, Oct. 17, 2:30pm ET
NBC
No. 11 Texas A&M at
Mississippi State
Saturday, Oct. 17, 4pm ET
ESPN
No. 5 North Carolina at
Florida State
Saturday, Oct. 17, 7:30pm ET
ABC
No. 3 Georgia at
No. 2 Alabama
Saturday, Oct. 17, 8pm ET
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The 2020 college football schedule: College football live streaming

This is the full NCAA 2020 college football schedule. Looking to stream college football this season? Here’s your go-to list.

Week 8

Thursday, October 22

7:30pm ET

  • Arkansas State at Appalachian State (ESPN)

Friday, October 23

7pm ET

  • Jacksonville State at FIU (ESPN3)

7:30pm ET

  • Tulsa at South Florida (ESPN)

8pm ET

  • Illinois at No. 14 Wisconsin (BTN)
  • Louisiana at UAB (CBSSN)

Saturday, October 24

12PM ET

  • Syracuse at No. 1 Clemson (ACC Network)
  • Nebraska at No. 5 Ohio State (FOX)
  • No. 23 NC State at No. 14 North Carolina (ESPN)
  • Kansas at No. 20 Kansas State (FS1)
  • Georgia Southern at No. 25 Coastal Carolina (ESPNU)
  • Mercer at Army (CBSSN)
  • Auburn at Ole Miss (SEC Network)
  • Oklahoma at TCU (ABC)
  • Temple at Memphis (ESPN+)
  • UTEP at Charlotte (ESPN+)
  • Florida State at Louisville (ESPN3)
  • Rutgers at Michigan State (BTN)

1pm ET

  • Southern Miss at Liberty (ESPN3)

2pm ET

2:30pm ET

  • FAU at No. 22 Marshall

3:30pm ET

  • No. 2 Alabama at Tennessee (CBS)
  • No. 3 Notre Dame at Pitt (ABC)
  • No. 17 Iowa State at No. 6 Oklahoma State (FOX)
  • No. 8 Penn State at Indiana (FS1)
  • No. 19 Virginia Tech at Wake Forest (ESPN3)
  • Baylor at Texas (ESPN)
  • Middle Tennessee at Rice (ESPN3)
  • Houston at Navy (CBSSN)
  • Iowa at Purdue (BTN)

4pm ET

5:30pm ET

  • West Virginia at Texas Tech (ESPN2)

7pm ET

  • South Carolina at LSU (ESPN)
  • Louisiana Monroe at South Alabama (ESPN+)
  • Utah State at Boise State (FS1)
  • Wyoming at Nevada (CBSSN)

7:30pm ET

  • No. 18 Michigan at No. 21 Minnesota (ABC)
  • Maryland at Northwestern (BTN)
  • Hawai’i at Fresno State (Pay-per-view)

8pm ET

9pm ET

  • No. 9 Cincinnati at No. 16 SMU (ESPN2)
  • New Mexico at Colorado State (FS2)

10:15pm ET

  • Texas State at No. 12 BYU (ESPN)

10:30pm ET

  • UNLV at San Diego State (CBSSN)
  • Air Force at San Jose State (FS1)

Week 9

Thursday, October 29

  • TBD: Coastal Carolina at Georgia State
  • 7:30pm ET: South Alabama at Georgia Southern (ESPN)

Friday, October 30

  • TBD: East Carolina at Tulsa
  • 7pm ET: Marshall at Florida International (CBSSN)

Saturday, October 31

  • 7pm ET: Appalachian State at Louisiana Monroe
  • 7:30pm ET: Arkansas at Texas A&M (SEC Network)
  • TBD: Boston College at Clemson
  • TBD: Charlotte at Duke
  • TBD: Iowa State at Kansas
  • TBD: Kansas State at West Virginia
  • 12pm ET: Kentucky at Missouri (SEC Network)
  • 3:30pm ET: LSU at Auburn (CBS)
  • TBD: Louisiana Lafayette at Texas State
  • TBD: Memphis at Cincinnati
  • 7pm ET: Mississippi State at Alabama (ESPN)
  • TBD: Navy at SMU
  • TBD: North Carolina at Virginia
  • 4pm ET: North Texas at UTEP (CBSSN)
  • TBD: Notre Dame at Georgia Tech
  • TBD: Oklahoma at Texas Tech
  • 4pm ET: Ole Miss at Vanderbilt (SEC Network)
  • TBD: Rice at Southern Miss
  • TBD: TCU at Baylor
  • TBD: Temple at Tulane
  • TBD: Texas at Oklahoma State
  • TBD: Troy at Arkansas State
  • 3:30pm ET: UAB at Louisiana Tech
  • TBD: UCF at Houston
  • 12pm ET: UTSA at Florida Atlantic
  • TBD: Virginia Tech at Louisville
  • TBD: Wake Forest at Syracuse
  • TBD: Western Kentucky at BYU

Week 10

Thursday, November 5

  • TBD: Arkansas State at Louisiana Lafayette
  • 7:30pm ET: SMU at Temple (ESPN)

Friday, November 6

  • 7:30pm ET: Miami at NC State (ESPN)

Saturday, November 7

  • 11:30am ET: Air Force at Army (CBS)
  • TBD: Appalachian State at Texas State
  • TBD: Baylor at Iowa State
  • TBD: Boston College at Syracuse
  • TBD: Charlotte at Middle Tennessee
  • 7pm ET: Clemson at Notre Dame (NBC)
  • 3:30pm ET: Florida vs. Georgia in Jacksonville (CBS)
  • 4pm ET: Florida International at UTEP
  • TBD: Houston at Cincinnati
  • TBD: Kansas at Oklahoma
  • TBD: Liberty at Virginia Tech
  • TBD: Louisiana Monroe at Georgia State
  • 6pm ET: Louisiana Tech at North Texas (CBSSN)
  • TBD: Louisville at Virginia
  • TBD: North Alabama at Southern Miss
  • TBD: North Carolina at Duke
  • TBD: Oklahoma State at Kansas State
  • TBD: Pitt at Florida State
  • TBD: South Alabama at Coastal Carolina
  • TBD: South Florida at Memphis
  • 7:30pm ET: Tennessee at Arkansas
  • 7:30pm ET: Texas A&M at South Carolina
  • TBD: Texas Tech at TCU
  • 3:30pm ET: Troy at Georgia Southern
  • TBD: Tulane at East Carolina
  • TBD: Tulsa at Navy
  • TBD: UTSA at Rice
  • 4pm ET: Vanderbilt at Mississippi State (SEC Network)
  • TBD: West Virginia at Texas
  • 6pm ET: Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic

Week 11

Friday, November 13

  • 7pm ET: Florida Atlantic at Florida International (CBSSN)

Saturday, November 14

  • 6pm ET: Alabama at LSU (CBS)
  • TBD: Arkansas at Florida
  • TBD: Army at Tulane
  • TBD: Auburn at Mississippi State
  • TBD: Baylor at Texas Tech
  • 3:30pm ET: Coastal Carolina at Troy
  • TBD: Duke at Virginia
  • TBD: East Carolina at Cincinnati
  • TBD: Florida State at NC State
  • TBD: Georgia at Missouri
  • 2:30pm ET: Georgia State at Appalachian State
  • TBD: Louisiana Monroe at Arkansas State
  • TBD: Memphis at Navy
  • TBD: Miami at Virginia Tech
  • 1:30pm ET: Middle Tennessee at Marshall (CBSSN)
  • TBD: North Texas at UAB
  • TBD: Notre Dame at Boston College
  • TBD: Pitt at Georgia Tech
  • TBD: Rice at Louisiana Tech
  • TBD: SMU at Tulsa
  • TBD: South Alabama at Louisiana Lafayette
  • TBD: South Carolina at Ole Miss
  • TBD: South Florida at Houston
  • 6pm ET: Southern Miss at Western Kentucky (CBSSN)
  • TBD: TCU at West Virginia
  • TBD: Temple at UCF
  • TBD: Texas A&M at Tennessee
  • 3:30pm ET: Texas State at Georgia Southern
  • TBD: UTEP at UTSA
  • TBD: Vanderbilt at Kentucky
  • TBD: Wake Forest at North Carolina
  • 2pm ET: Western Carolina at Liberty

Week 12

Friday, November 20

  • 7:30pm ET: Syracuse at Louisville (ESPN)

Saturday, November 21

  • TBD: Appalachian State at Coastal Carolina
  • TBD: Arkansas State at Texas State
  • TBD: Central Arkansas at Louisiana Lafayette
  • 12:30pm ET: Charlotte at Marshall
  • TBD: Cincinnati at UCF
  • TBD: Clemson at Florida State
  • TBD: East Carolina at Temple
  • TBD: Florida at Vanderbilt
  • TBD: Florida International at Western Kentucky
  • 1:30pm ET: Georgia Southern at Army (CBSSN)
  • TBD: Georgia State at South Alabama
  • TBD: Georgia Tech at Duke
  • TBD: Houston at SMU
  • TBD: Kansas State at Iowa State
  • TBD: Kentucky at Alabama
  • TBD: LSU at Arkansas
  • TBD: Liberty at NC State
  • 4pm ET: Louisiana Monroe vs. Louisiana Tech in Shreveport, La.
  • 3:30pm ET: Middle Tennessee at Troy
  • TBD: Mississippi State at Georgia
  • TBD: Missouri at South Carolina
  • TBD: Navy at South Florida
  • TBD: North Alabama at BYU
  • TBD: Oklahoma State at Oklahoma
  • TBD: Ole Miss at Texas A&M
  • TBD: Rice at North Texas
  • TBD: Tennessee at Auburn
  • TBD: Texas at Kansas
  • TBD: Tulane at Tulsa
  • 4pm ET: UAB at UTEP
  • TBD: UTSA at Southern Miss
  • TBD: Virginia Tech at Pitt
  • TBD: Wake Forest at Duke

Week 13

Friday, November 27

  • TBD: Iowa State at Texas
  • TBD: Louisville at Boston College
  • TBD: Memphis at Tulane
  • TBD: Notre Dame at North Carolina
  • 3:30pm ET: Southern Miss at UAB (CBSSN)
  • TBD: UCF at South Florida

Saturday, November 28

  • TBD: Arkansas at Missouri
  • TBD: Auburn at Alabama
  • TBD: Cincinnati at Temple
  • TBD: Coastal Carolina at Texas State
  • TBD: Duke at Georgia Tech
  • TBD: Florida Atlantic at Middle Tennessee, (CBSSN)
  • TBD: Georgia at South Carolina
  • TBD: Georgia Southern at Georgia State
  • TBD: Kansas State at Baylor
  • TBD: Kentucky at Florida
  • TBD: LSU at Texas A&M
  • 5pm ET: Louisiana Lafayette at Louisiana Monroe
  • TBD: Louisiana Tech at Florida International
  • TBD: Miami at Wake Forest
  • TBD: Mississippi State at Ole Miss
  • TBD: NC State at Syracuse
  • 3pm ET: North Texas at UTSA
  • TBD: Oklahoma at West Virginia
  • TBD: Pitt at Clemson
  • TBD: SMU at East Carolina
  • TBD: South Alabama at Arkansas State
  • TBD: TCU at Kansas
  • TBD: Tennessee at Vanderbilt
  • TBD: Texas Tech at Oklahoma State
  • 3:30pm ET: Troy at Appalachian State
  • TBD: Tulsa at Houston
  • TBD: UTEP at Rice
  • TBD: Virginia at Florida State
  • TBD: Western Kentucky at Charlotte, (CBSSN)

Week 14

Saturday, December 5

  • TBD: Alabama at Arkansas
  • TBD: Baylor at Oklahoma
  • TBD: Boston College at Virginia
  • TBD: Clemson at Virginia Tech
  • TBD: Conference USA Championship (CBSSN)
  • TBD: Florida at Tennessee
  • TBD: Florida State at Duke
  • TBD: Georgia Tech at NC State
  • TBD: Kansas at Texas Tech
  • TBD: Liberty at Coastal Carolina
  • TBD: Louisiana Monroe at Troy
  • TBD: Missouri at Mississippi State
  • TBD: North Carolina at Miami
  • TBD: Oklahoma State at TCU
  • TBD: Ole Miss at LSU
  • TBD: South Carolina at Kentucky
  • TBD: Sun Belt Championship
  • TBD: Syracuse at Notre Dame
  • TBD: Texas at Kansas State
  • TBD: Texas A&M at Auburn
  • TBD: Vanderbilt at Georgia
  • TBD: Wake Forest at Louisville
  • TBD: West Virginia at Iowa State

Week 15

Saturday, December 12

  • TBD: Army vs. Navy in Philadelphia
  • TBD: Big 12 Championship in Arlington, TX

Week 16

Saturday, December 19

  • TBD: SEC Championship in Atlanta

How to live stream college football: Best streaming services for college football live streams

Looking to stream college football live? These are the Daily Dot’s guides to essential channels for college football live streams this season:

And here are the streaming services to stream college football live.

Hulu Live TV

Hulu Live TV is a great way to stream live TV, as it comes with access to Hulu’s massive library of on-demand content. You’ll be able to choose from movies, shows, and Hulu’s original programming, and keep up with what’s new each month. Hulu plans even include a bundle option where you can access Disney+ and ESPN+ along with Hulu.

Hulu Live TV’s sports coverage includes the full suite of ESPN channels (including ESPN2, ESPNews, ESPNU, and ESPN College Extra), FS1 and FS2), NBSCN, and the SEC Network. In other words, it sets you up well to stream college football. Hulu’s also got you covered for news and entertainment in its nearly 70-channel package.

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$60.99

Sling TV

If you’re looking for a streamlined, cost-effective streaming package, check out Sling TV. It offers two basic cable packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue, each of which costs $30 per month. There’s also the third option of getting Sling Orange + Blue for just $45 per month. You’ll get more Sling TV channels by choosing Sling Blue, with its 40 channels including sports favorites like FS1 and NBCSN and cable mainstays like Food Network and Discovery Channel. But Sling Orange brings must-haves Disney Channel and ESPN as part of its package.

There’s also a Sports Extras option available for Sling Orange + Blue subscribers, with ACC Network, SEC Network, MLB Network, NBA TV, and NHL Network part of the 19-channel plan. (If you have to choose between a Sling Orange plan and Sling Blue plan, Orange sets you up better for college football.

Sling TV
Orange$30
Blue$30
Orange + Blue$45

FuboTV

FuboTV started as a streaming service geared toward sports fans. It’s since evolved into a broadly-appealing option with entertainment and news options alongside its robust sports choices. It starts at $54.99 a month, and depending on the package, you can access as many as 180+ FuboTV channels. Fubo can entertain you with Bravo, IFC, MTV, and VH1 at even Fubo’s most basic tier.

The Fubo channel list still includes plenty of sports, including the Fubo Sports Network, which has original programming mixing sports and humor. Fubo added the ESPN suite of channels in an agreement that also brought ABC and the Disney Channel. Pretty much every sports channel you could think of is available through Fubo, including BeIN Sports, CBS Sports Network, and TUDN. Fubo sets you up well to stream college football.

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Standard$59.99
Family$64.99
Family with Showtime$74.99 ($69.99 for first 3 mos.)
Elite$79.99

AT&T TV Now

If you’re already looking to AT&T for your wireless needs, you might consider AT&T TV Now to cover streaming for you. AT&T TV Now channels start with Plus and Max, which even include HBO. Then, AT&T plans expand from there, approaching cable selection and pricing with AT&T TV Now’s biggest packages. AT&T streaming also comes with Cloud DVR, letting you record up to 20 hours of TV per month.

At its most basic Plus tier, you can find sports staples like ESPN, ESPN2, and FS1. AT&TV TV Now plans include the loaded Ultimate and Premier tiers, as well as the Spanish-language Optimo Mas package. You’ll be able to stream college football, no matter what team, with at least one of the AT&T TV Now plans.

at&t TV Now
Plus$65
Max$80
Entertainment$93
Choice$110
Xtra$124
Ultimate$135
Premier$183
Optimo Mas$86


YouTube TV

The YouTube TV channel list includes local channels and plenty to keep kids (and kids at heart) occupied, including Disney Channel and its companion channels, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network—all in one easy-to-access package. It even comes with a few Spanish-language channels like Telemundo and NBC Universo. YouTube add-ons include HBO Max, Showtime, and Starz. YouTube TV packages have some advantages over their competitors, including a generous DVR and multiple screens package. From one account, each user can create an individual profile to track favorite shows.

Even though it’s just one plan, it lets you stream college football thanks to its many sports choices. It comes with ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, and NBCSN at the ready. Deeper sports cuts, like NBA TV, MLB Network, CBS Sports Network, and ESPNU are also part of the YouTube TV plan.

Youtube TV
1 Month$64.99
Sports Plus$10.99/mo.

Vidgo

Vidgo offers a package for under $40 a month that pulls together more than 60 English-language channels into its National English Package. Its channels include ABC, Fox, the ESPN family of channels (including ESPN Deportes), and both ACC Network and SEC Network for college football live streaming. But it’s like Fubo in that, even though it started out for streaming sports, it carries a lot more now. There’s even a Social TV platform that allows you to chat with other Vidgo viewers about what you’re watching.

There’s also two Latino options featuring ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, and TyC sports at both levels. At the Plus level on the English side, you get NFL RedZone and all the Pac-12 Network regional options.

Vidgo
Core$40
Plus$45
Latino$15
Latino Mas$25

2020 season in review: Scores from previous weeks

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Week 1

Thursday, Sept. 3

7pm ET

  • Central Arkansas 45 – UAB 35

9pm ET

  • South Alabama 32 – Southern Miss 21

Saturday, Sept. 5

1pm ET

  • Eastern Kentucky 0 – Marshall 59

1:30pm ET

  • Middle Tennessee 0 – Army 42

4:30pm ET

  • SMU 31 – Texas State 24

7:30pm ET

  • Houston Baptist 31 – North Texas 57

8pm ET

  • Arkansas State 24 – Memphis 37

9pm ET

  • Stephen F. Austin 14 – UTEP 24

Monday, Sept. 7

8pm ET

  • BYU 55 – Navy 3
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Week 2

Thursday, Sept. 10

8pm ET

  • UAB 14 – Miami 31

Saturday, Sept. 12

12pm ET

  • Charlotte 20 – Appalachian State 35
  • Eastern Kentucky 10 – West Virginia 56
  • Louisiana Tech at Baylor – Postponed
  • Louisiana 31 – #23 Iowa State 14
  • Syracuse 6 – #18 North Carolina 31
  • Arkansas State 35 – Kansas State 31

1:30pm ET

  • Louisiana Monroe 7 – Army 37

2:30pm ET

  • Duke 13 – #10 Notre Dame 27

3:30pm ET

  • Campbell 26 – Georgia Southern 27
  • Georgia Tech 16 – Florida State 13
  • UTSA 51 – Texas State 48 2OT

4pm ET

  • Austin Peay 0 – Pittsburgh 55

7pm ET

  • Missouri State 0 – #5 Oklahoma 48
  • The Citadel 6 – USF 27
  • UTEP 3 – #14 Texas 59

7:30pm ET

  • #1 Clemson 37 – Wake Forest 13
  • Tulane 27 – South Alabama 24

8pm ET

  • Houston Baptist 33 – Texas Tech 35
  • Western Kentucky 21 – Louisville 35

10pm ET

  • Coastal Carolina 38 – Kansas 23

Postponed

  • SMU at TCU
  • Louisiana Tech at Baylor
  • FIU at #21 UCF
  • Marshall at East Carolina
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Week 3

Friday, Sept. 18

7:30pm ET

  • Campbell 21 – Coastal Carolina 43

Saturday, Sept. 19

12pm ET

  • Austin Peay 20 – #13 Cincinnati 55
  • Boston College 26 – Duke 6
  • Liberty 30 – Western Kentucky 24
  • #19 Louisiana 34 – Georgia State 31 OT
  • Navy 27 -Tulane 24
  • Syracuse 10 – #25 Pittsburgh 21
  • Tulsa 7 – #11 Oklahoma State 16

2:30pm ET

  • USF 0 – #7 Notre Dame 52

3pm ET

  • Stephen F. Austin 10 – UTSA 24

3:30pm ET

  • #23 Appalachian State 7 – Marshall 17
  • #14 UCF 49 – Georgia Tech 21

4pm ET

  • The Citadel 0 – #1 Clemson 49
  • Troy 47 – Middle Tennessee 14

6pm ET

  • SMU 65 – North Texas 35

7:30pm ET

  • #17 Miami 47 – #18 Louisville 35
  • Louisiana Tech 31 – Southern Miss 30
  • Texas State 38 – Louisiana Monroe 17

8pm ET

  • Wake Forest 42 – NC State 45

9pm ET

  • Abilene Christian 13 – UTEP 17

Postponed

  • FAU at Georgia Southern
  • Charlotte at #12 North Carolina
  • Houston at Baylor
  • #21 BYU at #22 Army
  • Central Arkansas at Arkansas State
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Week 4

Thursday, Sept. 24

  • 7:30pm ET: UAB 42 – South Alabama 10

Friday, Sept. 25

  • 8pm ET: Middle Tennessee 35 – UTSA 37

Saturday, Sept. 26

12pm ET

  • Kansas State 38 – #3 Oklahoma 35
  • #5 Florida 51 – Ole Miss 35
  • #23 Kentucky 13 – #8 Auburn 29
  • #13 UCF 51 – East Carolina 28
  • Georgia Southern 18 – #19 Louisiana 20
  • #24 Louisville 20 – #21 Pittsburgh 23
  • Georgia Tech 20 – Syracuse 37
  • Campbell 21 – Appalachian State 52

1pm ET

  • Florida International 34 – Liberty 36

1:30pm ET

  • Iowa State 37 – TCU 34

2:30pm ET

  • Tulane 66 – Southern Miss 24

3:30pm ET

  • Mississippi State 44 – #6 LSU 34
  • #8 Texas 63 – Texas Tech 56 OT
  • #22 Army 10 – #14 Cincinnati 24
  • West Virginia 13 – #15 Oklahoma State 27
  • UTEP 31 – Louisiana Monroe 6

4pm ET

  • #4 Georgia 37 – Arkansas 10
  • Duke 20 – Virginia 38

6pm ET

  • Texas State 21 – Boston College 24

7pm ET

  • #2 Alabama 38 – Missouri 19
  • Houston Baptist 39 – Louisiana Tech 66
  • Stephen F. Austin 7 – SMU 50

7:30pm ET

  • Vanderbilt 12 – #10 Texas A&M 17
  • Florida State 10 – #12 Miami 52
  • #16 Tennessee 31 – South Carolina 27
  • Kansas 14 – Baylor 47

8pm ET

  • NC State 24 – #20 Virginia Tech 45

10:15pm ET

  • Troy 7 – #18 BYU 48
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Week 5

Friday, October 2

7pm ET

  • Campbell 14, Wake Forest 66

9pm ET

  • Louisiana Tech 14, No. 22 BYU 45

Saturday, October 3

12pm ET

  • South Carolina at No. 3 Florida (ESPN)
  • TCU 33, No. 9 Texas 31
  • Missouri 21, No. 21 Tennessee 35
  • NC State 30, No. 24 Pitt 29
  • East Carolina 29, Georgia State 49
  • Arkansas State 23, Coastal Carolina 52
  • Baylor 21, West Virginia 27 OT

12:30pm ET

  • UTSA 13, UAB 21

1pm ET

  • North Alabama 7, Liberty 28

1:30pm ET

  • Abilene Christian 23, Army 55

3:30pm ET

  • No. 13 Texas A&M 13, No. 2 Alabama 52
  • No. 12 North Carolina 26, Boston College 22
  • USF 7, No. 15 Cincinnati 28
  • No. 17 Oklahoma State 47, Kansas 7
  • No. 25 Memphis 27, SMU 30
  • Texas Tech 21, Kansas State 31

4pm ET

  • Charlotte 17, FAU 21
  • Virginia Tech 38, Duke 31
  • Ole Miss 42, Kentucky 41 OT
  • Jacksonville State 24, Florida State 41

5pm ET

  • Western Kentucky 20, Middle Tennessee 17

6pm ET

  • Navy 7, Air Force 40

7pm ET

  • Georgia Southern 35, Louisiana Monroe 30

7:30pm ET

  • No. 7 Auburn 6, No. 4 Georgia 27
  • Tulsa 34, No. 11 UCF 26
  • Arkansas 21, No. 16 Mississippi State 14
  • No. 18 Oklahoma 30, Iowa State 37
  • No. 20 LSU 41, Vanderbilt 7
  • Southern Miss 41, North Texas 31

8pm ET

  • Virginia 23, No. 1 Clemson 41

Postponed

  • Troy at South Alabama
  • Rice at Marshall
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Week 6

Thursday, October 8

  • Houston 49, Tulane 31

Friday, October 9

  • Georgia Tech 46, Louisville 27

Saturday, October 10

12pm ET

  • No. 4 Florida 38 – No. 21 Texas A&M 41
  • Louisiana Monroe 7 – Liberty 40
  • Missouri at No. 17 LSU (SEC Network alternate)
  • NC State 38 – Virginia 21
  • Oklahoma 53 – No. 22 Texas 45 OT
  • South Carolina 41 – Vanderbilt 7
  • No. 19 Virginia Tech 45 – No. 8 North Carolina 56

12:30pm ET

  • Duke 38 – Syracuse 24

1:30pm ET

  • The Citadel 9 – Army 14

3:30pm ET

  • No. 14 Tennessee 21 – No. 3 Georgia 44
  • UTSA 20 – No. 15 BYU 27
  • Texas Tech 15 – No. 24 Iowa State 31
  • Central Arkansas 27 – Arkansas State 50
  • Texas State 17 – Troy 37

4pm ET

  • Arkansas 28 – No. 13 Auburn 30
  • Kansas State 21 – TCU 14
  • Middle Tennessee 31 – Florida International 28
  • Pitt 30 – Boston College 31 OT

6pm ET

  • Temple 29 – Navy 31

7pm ET

  • East Carolina 44 – South Florida 24

7:30pm ET

  • No. 2 Alabama 63 – Ole Miss 48
  • Florida State 26 – No. 5 Notre Dame 42
  • No. 7 Miami 17 No. 1 Clemson 42
  • UTEP 17 – Louisiana Tech 21
  • Marshall 38 – Western Kentucky 14
  • Mississippi State 2 – Kentucky 24

8pm ET

  • Charlotte 49 – North Texas 21
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Week 7

Wednesday, October 14

  • 7:30pm ET: Coastal Carolina 30 – No. 21 Louisiana 27

Thursday, October 15

  • 7:30pm ET: Georgia State 52 – Arkansas State 59

Friday, October 16

6pm ET

  • No. 17 SMU 37 – Tulane 34 OT

9:30pm ET

  • No. 14 BYU 43 – Houston 26

Saturday, October 17

12pm ET

  • No. 1 Clemson 73 – Georgia Tech 7
  • Pitt 19 – No. 13 Miami 31
  • No. 15 Auburn 22 – South Carolina 30
  • Kentucky 34 – No. 18 Tennessee 7
  • Navy 37 – East Carolina 23
  • Texas State 20 – South Alabama 30
  • USF 37 – Temple 39
  • Liberty 38 – Syracuse 21
  • Kansas 17 – West Virginia 38

1:30pm ET

  • Army 28 – UTSA 16
  • Western Kentucky 14 – UAB 37

2:30pm ET

  • Louisville 7 – No. 4 Notre Dame 12

3:30pm ET

  • Duke 20 – NC State 31
  • UCF 49 – Memphis 50
  • Ole Miss 21 – Arkansas 33
  • Eastern Kentucky 29 – Troy 31

4pm ET

  • No. 11 Texas A&M 28 – Mississippi State 14
  • UMass 0 – Georgia Southern 41
  • Virginia 23 – Wake Forest 40

5pm ET

  • North Texas 52 – Middle Tennessee 35

6pm ET

  • Marshall 35 – Louisiana Tech 17

7:30pm ET

  • No. 5 North Carolina 28 – Florida State 31

8pm ET

  • No. 3 Georgia 24 – No. 2 Alabama 41
  • Boston College 14 – No. 23 Virginia Tech 40

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*First Published: Oct 17, 2020, 9:27 am