College Football Top 25 Schedule and TV Channels Week 5

MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — The following is the schedule, game times, TV channels and streams for the College Football Top 25 teams in Week 5.

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MIAMI, FL, Sporting Alert — The following is the schedule, game times, TV channels and streams for the College Football Top 25 teams in Week 5.

Action in Week 5 begins on Thursday, but Friday and Saturday are when the AP Top 25 ranked teams will take the field.

Three of the Top 10 teams will feature in ranked-v-ranked battle.

Defending champion and No. 2 Clemson travels to Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, to take on No. 12 Virginia Tech, live on ABC and WatchESPN, at 8:00 p.m. ET.

The Tigers (4-0) are undefeated this season and have already knocked off two AP Top 25 teams (then-No. 13 Auburn and then-No. 14 Louisville).

They will be making their first trip to Lane Stadium since 2011.

Meanwhile, Virginia Tech (4-0) is also unbeaten from four starts so far this season, but as expected, the odds aren’t with the home side for this week’s game.

Still, the Hokies, who are facing their first ranked team this term, are expected to make life very difficult for Clemson, as they seek a win that would give their push for a College Football Playoff place a huge boost.

No. 5 USC heads to Martin Stadium in Pullman, on Friday night for a clash against No. 16 Washington State.

Game time for this one is 10:30 p.m. ET and live coverage will be on ESPN and streaming on WatchESPN.

The 4-0 Trojans have managed to shake off all their challenges so far in what has been a very tricky early-season schedule but the Cougars will make life even more uncomfortable for the travelers.

Washington, as a team, is scoring 43.8 points per game and allowing only 18.5.

USC is averaging 37.0 points for but giving up 24.8 at the other end.

No. 14 Auburn will entertain No. 24 Mississippi State at Jordan-Hare Stadium, live on ESPN and streaming on WatchESPN, starting at 6:00 p.m. ET.

While this will be the third straight ranked opponent for the Bulldogs (3-1), who are 1-1 so far against such foes, the Tigers (3-1) are yet to be tested, apart from the Clemson game, and they will get a chance to make a statement in Week 5.

While this will be the third straight ranked opponent for the Bulldogs (3-1), who are 1-1 so far against such foes, the Tigers (3-1) are yet to be tested, apart from the Clemson game, and they will get a chance to make a statement in Week 5.

Elsewhere, No. 1 Alabama entertains Ole Miss, No. 4 Penn State welcomes Indiana, while No. 7 Georgia visits Tennessee and No. 11 Ohio State at Rutgers.

College Football Top 25 Schedule and TV Channels
Week 5

No. 1 Alabama vs Ole Miss
No. 2 Clemson @ No. 12 Virginia Tech
No. 4 Penn State vs Indiana
No. 5 USC @ No. 16 Washington State
No. 6 Washington @ Oregon State
No. 7 Georgia @ Tennessee
No. 10 Wisconsin vs Northwestern
No. 11 Ohio State @ Rutgers
No. 13 Auburn vs No. 24 Mississippi State
No. 14 Miami @ Duke
No. 15 Oklahoma State @ Texas Tech
No. 17 Louisville vs Murray State
No. 18 South Florida @ East Carolina
No. 19 San Diego State vs Northern Illinois
No. 21 Florida vs Vanderbilt

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