College Football Stream, TV Channels, Schedule, Game Times: Week 7

MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — The following are the college football streaming, TV channels and kick-off time for the Week 7 schedule.

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Ohio State scores a touchdown against Indiana in a 2017 college football game on Thursday, Aug. 31

MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — The following are the college football streaming, TV channels and kick-off time for the Week 7 schedule.

Week 7 will get going on Wednesday night with one game live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN, with another solo fixture on the schedule for Thursday night on ESPNU.

Defending champion and No. 2 Clemson will be the first AP Top 25 team in action Week 7 when it travels to face Syracuse on ESPN on Friday night.

No. 8 Washington State will go to California on Friday night as well, with this game live on ESPN and WatchESPN at 10:30 pm.

In other college football Week 7 fixtures, No. 1 Alabama plays Arkansas at Tuscaloosa, No. 4 Georgia entertains Missouri, while No. 9 Ohio State travels to Nebraska.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE – WEEK 7

Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017

South Alabama at Troy 8:00 pm ESPN2

Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

Texas State at UL Lafayette 7:30 pm ESPNU

Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

No. 2 Clemson at Syracuse 7:00 pm ESPN
No. 8 Washington State at California 10:30 pm ESPN

Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

No. 6 TCU at Kansas State 12:00 pm FS1
No. 17 Michigan at Indiana 12:00 pm ABC and WatchESPN
No. 20 NC State at Pittsburgh 12:00 pm ACCNE
No. 24 Texas Tech at West Virginia 12:00 pm ESPNU and WatchESPN
Florida State at Duke 12:00 pm ESPN2 and WatchESPN
South Carolina at Tennessee 12:00 pm ESPN and WatchESPN
Rutgers at Illinois 12:00 pm BTN
Eastern Michigan at Army 12:00 pm CBSSN
Kansas at Iowa State 12:00 pm FSN
BYU at Mississippi State 12:00 pm SECN and WatchESPN
Connecticut at Temple 12:00 pm ESPNews and WatchESPN
Boston College at Louisville 12:20 pm ACCN
UNLV at Air Force 2:00 pm
Old Dominion at Marshall 2:30 pm ESPN3
Purdue at No. 7 Wisconsin 3:30 pm BTN
No. 10 Auburn at LSU 3:30 pm CBS
Georgia Tech at No. 11 Miami, FL 3:30 pm ABC and WatchESPN
No. 12 Oklahoma vs. Texas 3:30 pm ESPN and WatchESPN
Baylor at No. 14 Oklahoma State 3:30 pm FS1
Akron at Western Michigan 3:30 pm CBSSN
Miami, OH at Kent State 3:30 pm ESPN3
NIU at Buffalo 3:30 pm ESPN3
Northwestern at Maryland 3:30 pm ESPN2 and WatchESPN
Ohio at Bowling Green 3:30 pm ESPN3
Toledo at Central Michigan 3:30 pm ESPN3
Vanderbilt at Ole Miss 3:30 pm SECN and WatchESPN
Virginia at North Carolina 3:30 pm ACCNE
No. 25 Navy at Memphis 3:45 pm ESPNU and WatchESPN
Colorado at Oregon State 4:00 pm Pac-12 Network
Houston at Tulsa 4:00 pm ESPNews and WatchESPN
Charlotte at WKU 4:30 pm
Wyoming at Utah State 4:30 pm
Appalachian State at Idaho 5:00 pm ESPN3
Georgia State at ULM 5:00 pm ESPN3
New Mexico State at Georgia Southern 6:00 pm ESPN3
Middle Tennessee at UAB 6:30 pm beIN SPORTS
Texas A&M at Florida 7:00 pm ESPN2 and WatchESPN
East Carolina at No. 22 UCF 7:00 pm CBSSN
Tulane at FIU 7:00 pm CUSA.TV
Coastal Carolina at Arkansas State 7:00 pm ESPN3
UTEP at Southern Miss 7:00 pm
UTSA at North Texas 7:00 pm ESPN3
Arkansas at No. 1 Alabama 7:15 pm ESPN and WatchESPN
Missouri at No. 4 Georgia 7:30 pm SECN
No. 9 Ohio State at Nebraska 7:30 pm FS1
Cincinnati at No. 18 USF 7:30 pm CBSSN
No. 21 Michigan State at Minnesota 8:00 pm BTN
UCLA at Arizona 9:00 pm Pac-12 Network
Utah at No. 13 USC 8:00 pm ABC and WatchESPN
New Mexico at Fresno State 10:00 pm
Nevada at Colorado State 10:15 pm ESPN2 and WatchESPN
Boise State at No. 19 San Diego State 10:30 pm CBSSN
No. 5 Washington at Arizona State 10:45 pm ESPN and WatchESPN
Oregon at No. 23 Stanford 11:00 pm FS1
San Jose State at Hawaii 11:59 pm

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