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Full college football TV/streaming schedule guide for Week 3, including what … – SB Nation

Last weekend, there sure was college football! We were gifted another BYU Hail Mary, a MAC-over-SEC upset, GLITTERY HELMETS and nearly the biggest upset ever. That turned what looked like a weak schedule into a memorable weekend, which is how it always seems to work.

On paper, Week 3 looks even better. After a pair of potentially interesting weeknight ACC games, we’ve got four ranked vs. ranked games on Saturday, with No. 14 Georgia Tech at No. 8 Notre Dame and No. 15 Ole Miss at No. 2 Alabama the headliners. The early shift is particularly light (maybe you should sleep in late on Saturday and go out for a nice lunch), but there some good games later on, especially with some conferences starting league play early.

Here’s the full schedule for the weekend, complete with viewing options, links to our many excellent team blogs (just click on the team name!) and the best choices for your college football experience.

(Thursday and Friday removed, for your convenience.)



































































Sat, Sept 19, 2015
12 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Savannah State at Akron
12 PM ET
ESPNUWatchESPN
South Florida at Maryland
12 PM ET
BTNBTN2Go
UNLV at Michigan
12 PM ET
ABC
Air Force at (4) Michigan State
12 PM ET
BTNBTN2Go
Kent State at Minnesota
12 PM ET Buffalo at Florida Atlantic
12 PM ET
SECNWatchESPN
Nevada at (17) Texas A&M
12 PM ET
ESPN2WatchESPN
Illinois at North Carolina
12 PM ET
ESPNWatchESPN
UConn at (22) Missouri
12 PM ET
CBSS
Wake Forest at Army
12 PM ET
FS1 FoxSportsGo
Tulsa at (16) Oklahoma
12:30 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Central Michigan at Syracuse
12:30 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Northwestern at Duke
2 PM ET
PAC12Pac-12 Live
Georgia State at (12) Oregon
2 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Southeastern Louisiana at Ohio
2:30 PM ET Rice at North Texas
3 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Temple at UMass
3 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Ball State at Eastern Michigan
3 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Memphis at Bowling Green
3 PM ET
FSNFoxSportsGo
La. Tech at Kansas State
3:30 PM ET
BTNBTN2Go
Troy at Wisconsin
3:30 PM ET
ABC/ESPN2WatchESPN
Northern Illinois at (1) Ohio State
3:30 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Cincinnati at Miami (OH)
3:30 PM ET
CBSS
East Carolina at Navy
3:30 PM ET Norfolk State at Marshall
3:30 PM ET
FS1FoxSportsGo
Texas-San Antonio at Oklahoma State
3:30 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
William & Mary at Virginia
3:30 PM ET
ESPNUWatchESPN
Virginia Tech at Purdue
3:30 PM ET
NBCNBC Sports Live Extra
(14) Georgia Tech at (8) Notre Dame
3:30 PM ET
ABC/ESPN2WatchESPN
Nebraska at Miami (FL)
3:30 PM ET
CBSSEC Live
(18) Auburn at (13) LSU
4 PM ET Northwestern State at Mississippi State
4 PM ET
SECNWatchESPN
Austin Peay at Vanderbilt
3 PM ET
ESPNNWatchESPN
Western Kentucky at Indiana
5 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Wofford at Idaho
5 PM ET
PAC12Pac-12 Live
Utah State at Washington
6 PM ET
ESPNWatchESPN
South Carolina at (7) Georgia
6 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
The Citadel at Georgia Southern
6 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Furman at UCF
6 PM ET North Carolina Central at FIU
7 PM ET Charlotte at Middle Tennessee
7 PM ET Southern Miss at Texas State
7 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Murray State at Western Michigan
7 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Missouri State at Arkansas State
7 PM ET
ESPN2WatchESPN
Texas Tech at Arkansas
7 PM ET
ESPNUWatchESPN
Western Carolina at Tennessee
7 PM ET N.C. State at Old Dominion
7 PM ET
CBSS
Colorado at Colorado State
7:30 PM ET
SECNWatchESPN
Florida at Kentucky
7:30 PM ET
FOXFoxSportsGo
California at Texas
8 PM ET
BTNBTN2Go
Rutgers at Penn State
8 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
UTEP at New Mexico State
8 PM ET
ESPN3WatchESPN
Maine at Tulane
8 PM ET South Alabama at San Diego State
8 PM ET
BTNBTN2Go
Pittsburgh at Iowa
8 PM ET
ABC
Stanford at (6) USC
8 PM ET
PAC12Pac-12 Live
San Jose State at Oregon State
8 PM ET
FSNFoxSportsGo
SMU at (3) TCU
8 PM ET
ESPNNWatchESPN
Iowa State at Toledo
8:30 PM ET
PAC12Pac-12 Live
Wyoming at Washington State
9:15 PM ET
ESPNWatchESPN
(15) Ole Miss at (2) Alabama
10:30 PM ET
FS1FoxSportsGo
(19) BYU at (10) UCLA
10:30 PM ET
CBSS
(21) Utah at Fresno State
11 PM ET
PAC12Pac-12 Live
Northern Arizona at (20) Arizona
11:59 AM ET UC Davis at Hawaii

Early shift

Best option: Northwestern at Duke, ESPN3

Spread: Duke -3.5

Oh, geez, this is a bad noon slate. I’m sorry.

Plan B: Air Force at No. 4 Michigan State, ABC

I really don’t know what to say. Look, I didn’t schedule the games, okay?

Keep it in mind: Illinois at North Carolina, ESPN2

Just take a nap.




Middle shift

Best option: No. 14 Georgia Tech at No. 8 Notre Dame, NBC

Spread: Georgia Tech -2.5

Georgia Tech scored 134 points in its first two games, running straight over Alcorn State and Tulane and looking quite similar to an unstoppable death machine. The Yellow Jackets are averaging an absurd 8.5 yards per carry, but this should be a significant step up.

Notre Dame is without star quarterback Malik Zaire after an ankle injury, but backup DeShone Kizer started his tenure with a game-winning touchdown pass.

Plan B: No. 18 Auburn at No. 13 LSU, CBS

Auburn’s 2-0 start isn’t looking so hot. Gus Malzahn’s squad beat Louisville (now 0-2) and FCS Jacksonville State (still FCS Jacksonville State) by a touchdown each, and there’s reason to be concerned about a Malzahn offense without a mobile QB. LSU has quarterback questions of its own, but one of the best running backs in the country in Leonard Fournette. Auburn’s defense? Not concerned.

Keep it in mind: Memphis at Bowling Green, ESPN3

Two of the top non-power programs and two of the country’s hottest head coaching prospects. On one side: Bowling Green, with one of the nation’s fastest-paced offense and a quarterback on a record pace, fresh off a road win over Maryland. On the other: Memphis, a team built on the strength of its defense. Memphis head coach Justin Fuente acknowledged Bowling Green would be a “significant step up” after playing Kansas.

In case of emergency: Nebraska at Miami (FL), ABC/ESPN2

A few decades ago, this would’ve been a marquee matchup. Now you’ve got a rebuilding Nebraska and a Miami in serious trouble. But hey, uh, it’s still Nebraska-Miami!




Late shift

Best option: No. 15 Ole Miss at No. 2 Alabama, ESPN

Spread: Alabama -7

Ole Miss can’t keep scoring 75 points a game, right? Both have cruised so far, but while Alabama has had the more difficult schedule, the Rebels have been hard to ignore. Also, this game was super fun last year.

Plan B: No. 19 BYU at No. 10 UCLA, FS1

BYU has won 100 percent of games this season by Hail Mary. There is no way that won’t continue!!

Keep it in mind: South Carolina at No. 7 Georgia, ESPN

South Carolina looks really bad, which means it’s definitely going to beat Georgia. Don’t argue, it’s the law.

In case of emergency: Stanford at No. 6 USC, ABC

Please, watch something else. Punting is evil, and Stanford does a lot of it.


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