MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — College football schedule, live television channels, kickoff times and live streaming details for the games playing in Week 4 from Thursday, Sept. 21 through Sunday, Sept. 24.
No. 21 South Florida will hope to get an early jump on the rest of the AP Top 25 ranked teams when it hosts Temple at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, on Thursday night.
This game, the lone contest on the night, will be televised live on ESPN and streamed live on WatchESPN, starting at 7:30 pm ET.
These Bulls (3-0) are undefeated this season under new coach Charlie Strong and are seeking their fourth successive victory on the term.
Two games are listed on the schedule for Friday, including the battle between No. 23 Utah against Arizona at Arizona Stadium in Tucson. Game time is 10:30 pm and will be live on Fox Sports 1 and stream on Fox Sports GO.
Week 4 schedule heats up on Saturday when the leading teams, including top-ranked Alabama and defending champion Clemson will bow into action.
Alabama (3-0) head on the road for the first true road game this term when they visit Vanderbilt at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville.
The Crimson Tide knocked off then-No. 3 Florida State, Fresno State and Colorado State in their opening three games of the campaign.
Vanderbilt (3-0) is also undefeated this season and has won three straight, including upsetting then-No. 18 Kansas State last week
The Commodores were winning a nonconference game over a nationally ranked team for the first time since 1946 when they beat N.C. State.
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Meanwhile, No. 2 and defending champion Clemson will play host to Boston College at Memorial Stadium.
The Tigers (3-0), who moved up one place in the latest Associated Press college football rankings, took care of Lamar Jackson and last week’s No. 14 ranked Louisville on the road to secure their third win of the season and the ACC favorites are beginning to show promise.
Boston College (1-2), in the meantime, won its first game, but has dropped the last two.
No. 3 Oklahoma is at Baylor, which has dropped the three opening games this year.
The Sooners (3-0) head to McLane Stadium in Waco, Texas, in rich form and should easily roll over the Bears, who are in a crisis.
Other AP Top 25 teams in action on Saturday are No. 4 Penn State, which faces a tricky trip to Iowa, No. 5 USC is at California, while the inform No. 6 Oklahoma State entertains No. 16 TCU at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, OK.
Seventh-ranked Washington is at Colorado, live on ESPN and WatchESPN, with No. 8 Michigan and No. 10 Ohio State also in action.
After a long wait due to the after effect of Hurricane Irma, No. 12 Florida State returns to action when it welcomes NC State in Tallahassee.
THE CLASH OF THE BULLDOGS
A very interesting matchup is expected at Sanford Stadium in Athens, GA, where No. 11 Georgia will entertain a very confident No. 17 Mississippi State.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs (3-0) ran all over last week’s 12th ranked LSU in Week 3 and they are looking forward to traveling to the Georgia Bulldogs, which jumped two places up in the AP rankings.
Georgia (3-0) has won three straight so far this campaign.
WEEK 4: College Football Schedule:
LIVE TV Channels and Streams
All times are ET
Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017
No. 21 USF 43, Temple 7
Friday, Sept. 22, 2017
Virginia 42, Boise State 23
No. 23 Utah 30, Arizona 24
Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017
UNLV at No. 10 Ohio State Noon BTN
NC State at No. 12 Florida State Noon ABC and ESPN2, WatchESPN
Kent State at No. 19 Louisville Noon ACCNE
Texas Tech at Houston Noon ABC and ESPN2, WatchESPN
UMass at Tennessee Noon SECN
West Virginia at Kansas Noon ESPNU and WatchESPN
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M ESPN and WatchESPN
Army at Tulane Noon CBSSN
Pittsburgh at Georgia Tech 12:20 pm ACCN
New Mexico at Tulsa 1:30 pm ESPN3
Old Dominion at No. 13 Virginia Tech 2:00 pm ACCNExtra
Idaho at South Alabama 2:00 pm ESPN3
Ohio at Eastern Michigan 2:00 pm ESPN3
UCF at Maryland 3:00 pm FS1
No. 1 Alabama at Vanderbilt 3:30 pm CBS
Boston College at No. 2 Clemson 3:30 pm ESPN2 and WatchESPN
No. 16 TCU at No. 6 Oklahoma State 3:30 pm ESPN and WatchESPN
Toledo at No. 14 Miami, FL 3:30 pm ACCNE
No. 5 USC at California 3:30 pm ABC and WatchESPN
Cincinnati at Navy 3:30 pm CBSSN
Duke at North Carolina 3:30 pm ESPNU and WatchESPN
Georgia Southern at Indiana 3:30 pm BTN
Louisiana Tech at South Carolina 3:30 pm SECN
Miami, OH at Central Michigan 3:30 pm ESPN3
Rutgers at Nebraska 3:30 pm BTN
Wake Forest at Appalachian State 3:30 pm ESPN3
No. 8 Michigan at Purdue 4:00 pm FOX
ULM at UL Lafayette 5:00 pm ESPN3
Nevada at No. 18 Washington State 6:00 pm Pac-12N
Akron at Troy 6:00 pm ESPN3
Georgia State at Charlotte 6:00 pm WatchESPN
No. 3 Oklahoma at Baylor 6:30 pm FS1
UAB at North Texas 6:30 pm beIN Sports
Western Illinois at Coastal Carolina 6:30 pm ESPN3
No. 17 Mississippi State at No. 11 Georgia 7:00 pm ESPN
No. 22 San Diego State at Air Force 7:00 pm CBSSN
Syracuse at No. 25 LSU 7:00 pm ESPN2 and WatchESPN
Arkansas State at SMU 7:00 pm ESPN3
Ball State at Western Kentucky 7:00 pm
Bowling Green at Middle Tennessee 7:00 pm ESPN3
Florida Atlantic at Buffalo 7:00 pm ESPN3
Wagner at Western Michigan 7:00 pm ESPN3
FIU at Rice 7:30 pm
No. 4 Penn State at Iowa 7:30 pm ABC and WatchESPN
No. 15 Auburn at Missouri 7:30 pm ESPNU and WatchESPN
No. 20 Florida at Kentucky 7:30 pm SECN and WatchESPN
Utah State at San Jose State 7:30 pm
UTSA at Texas State 7:30 pm ESPN3 and WatchESPN
Notre Dame at Michigan State 8:00 pm FOX
Southern Illinois at Memphis 8:00 pm ESPN3 and WatchESPN
UTEP at New Mexico State 8:00 pm ESPN3 and WatchESPN
No. 7 Washington at Colorado 10:00 pm FS1
No. 24 Oregon at Arizona State 10:00 pm Pac-12N
Hawaii at Wyoming 10:15 pm ESPN2 and WatchESPN
UCLA at Stanford 10:30 pm ESPN and WatchESPN
Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017
East Carolina at UConn Noon ESPNU and WatchESPN