MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — College football schedule, television channels, live streams and game times for the fixtures taking place in Week 10 on Saturday, Nov. 4.
The Week 10 battles will continue at Noon ET on Saturday with 11 games, including the Big Ten showdown between No. 7 Penn State and No. 24 Michigan State.
After letting a double-digit lead slipped and getting stunned late at Ohio State last weekend, the Nittany Lions (7-1) travel to Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, hoping to recover from their first loss of the season.
The Spartans (6-2) will also be seeking to bounce back from a defeat after losing to Northwestern in Week 9.
Both teams are 4-1 in conference play and are still in contention for a place in the league title game.
However, they are also aware that the loser this weekend is unlikely to feature in the Big Ten championship.
Penn State has a massive 88.9 percent chance to beat Michigan this weekend, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index, and the likes of quarterback Trace McSorley and running back Saquon Barkley are all fired up to get back.
Othe ranked teams in action at Noon on Saturday are the undefeated No. 9 Wisconsin which goes to Indiana, No. 14 Auburn which plays at Texas A&M and No. 16 Mississippi State, which will welcome UMass.
Five other ranked vs. ranked matchups are slated on the college football schedule for Week 10, as No. 2 Alabama hosts No. 19 LSU, defending champion and No. 4 Clemson heads to No. 20 NC State, No. 5 Oklahoma travels to No. 11 Oklahoma State, No. 10 Miami (FL) put its undefeated track on the line when it entertains No. 13 Virginia Tech, while No. 22 Arizona is at No. 17. USC
Meanwhile, College Football Playoff No. 1 ranked team Georgia will host South Carolina at 3:30, while No. 6 Ohio State faces a very tricky trip to Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City to play against Iowa and No. 3 Notre Dame plays Wake Forest at home.
In other highlighted games on the college football schedule this weekend, the improving No. 15 Iowa State goes to West Virginia, No. 8 TCU will be hoping to bounce back from its first loss when it hosts Texas, while No. 18 UCF will play SMU.
NCAA COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE – WEEK 10
Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017
No. 7 Penn State at No. 24 Michigan State 12:00 pm FOX
No. 9 Wisconsin at Indiana 12:00 pm ABC
No. 14 Auburn at Texas A&M 12:00 pm ESPN
UMass at No. 16 Mississippi State 12:00 pm SECN
Florida at Missouri 12:00 pm ESPN2
Syracuse at Florida State 12:20 pm ACCN
Baylor at Kansas 12:00 pm FSN
Illinois at Purdue 12:00 pm BTN
Kansas State at Texas Tech 12:00 pm FS1
East Carolina at Houston 12:00 pm CBSSN
WKU at Vanderbilt 12:00 pm ESPNU
Appalachian State at ULM 3:00 pm ESPN3
Georgia State at Georgia Southern 3:00 pm ESPN3
Georgia Tech at Virginia 3:00 pm ACCNE
New Mexico State at Texas State 3:00 pm ESPN3
Rice at UAB 3:00 pm CUSA.TV
USF at UConn 3:00 pm ESPNU
South Carolina at No. 1 Georgia 3:30 pm CBS
Wake Forest at No. 3 Notre Dame 3:30 pm NBC
No. 4 Clemson at No. 20 NC State 3:30 pm ABC
No. 6 Ohio State at Iowa 3:30 pm ESPN
No. 15 Iowa State at West Virginia 3:30 pm ESPN2
No. 21 Stanford at No. 25 Washington State 3:30 pm FOX
Army at Air Force 3:30 pm CBSSN
Maryland at Rutgers 3:30 pm BTN
North Texas at Louisiana Tech 3:30 pm
Northwestern at Nebraska 3:30 pm BTN
Charlotte at Old Dominion 3:30 pm ESPN3
No. 5 Oklahoma at No. 11 Oklahoma State 4:00 pm FS1
Cincinnati at Tulane 4:00 pm ESPN3
Coastal Carolina at Arkansas 4:00 pm SECN
Ole Miss at Kentucky 4:00 pm SECN
UL Lafayette at South Alabama 4:00 pm ESPN3
Oregon State at California 5:00 pm Pac-12N
Utah State at New Mexico 5:30 pm
Hawaii at UNLV 6:00 pm
Colorado State at Wyoming 7:00 pm CBSSN
Nevada at Boise State 7:00 pm ESPNU
UTSA at FIU 7:00 pm
Texas at No. 8 TCU 7:15 pm ESPN
No. 18 UCF at SMU 7:15 pm ESPN2
Minnesota at Michigan 7:30 pm FOX
Southern Miss at Tennessee 7:30 pm SECN
UTEP at Middle Tennessee 7:30 pm beIN SPORTS
No. 19 LSU at No. 2 Alabama 8:00 pm CBS
No. 13 Virginia Tech at No. 10 Miami (FL) 8:00 pm ABC
Colorado at Arizona State 9:00 pm Pac-12N
Oregon at No. 12 Washington 10:00 pm FS1
San Diego State at San Jose State 10:30 pm ESPNU
No. 22 Arizona at No. 17 USC 10:45 pm ESPN
BYU at Fresno State 10:45 pm ESPN2